Works in market analytics. With FBS since 2010.
Education & Work
- Specialist in International Finance;
- Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management.
About Elizabeth Belugina
Ms. Belugina has been analyzing the dynamics of exchange rates and other assets for more than ten years and leading the analytical department at FBS for eight years. During this time, she hosted numerous seminars and webinars on currency, commodity, and stock trading. Her reviews and articles were published in multiple financial media, such as Global Banking & Finance Review.
In her work, Ms. Belugina relies mainly on technical analysis, price action in particular, but combines it with the study of market sentiment and fundamental factors.
She says that what she likes most about financial markets is that they are so dynamic: “the global economic environment is changing every day, and it’s great to witness the connection between various world events and price charts”.
7 Tips To Stop Losing Money In Trading
Everyone who decides to try Forex and stock trading wants to make money. When a person opens a trading account and makes a deposit, the picture is always rosy: the account shows impressive gain in no time, so it's possible to buy a new computer, a car, or even a house.
Inflation: definition, explanation, and examples
Nowadays, every news resource is talking about inflation, economic articles are yelling about it. More and more people are getting confused with all the published information.
UK: No Longer a Leading Economy
The current situation is terrible, and the future is worse for the United Kingdom. Will the British pound withstand the challenges that await the UK economy, or will it collapse?
What can drive oil below $90 a barrel?
The past two years have seen the biggest swings in oil prices in 14 years, which have baffled markets, investors, and traders due to geopolitical tensions and the shift towards clean energy.
How is a Slowdown in US Economy a Good Thing?
The bad news is that the US economy slowed for the second consecutive quarter in 2022, entering a technical recession.
When Will the US Stocks Bear Market Bottom?
US stocks have delivered their worst first half of a year in more than 50 years triggered by the Fed's attempt to control inflation and growing concerns about recession.
The Dollar's Strength or Other Currencies' Weakness?
The value of the US dollar continues to rise, but is this because of the strength of the dollar itself or just the weakness of the euro, Japanese yen, and British pound?
Can a recession be avoided?
The pandemic continues hurting economic activity in China, the war in Ukraine is hitting the entire European economy, and the Fed's efforts to control inflation threaten to trigger a recession.
Transaction, profit, loss. Types of orders
The decision to buy or sell the currency pair depends on your expectations of the future price…
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Currency pairs. Base and quote currencies. Majors and crosses
Currencies on the FX market are always traded in pairs…