ARGUS GLOBAL TRADER Platform provides current, reliable and relevant market analysis reports from leading global sources and financial institutions.
Through these research tools you can obtain fundamental financial data to help you on your trading and investment decisions. Through the ARGUS GLOBAL TRADER Platform you have access to external analysis, including UBS Fundamental Strategies, Hightower Fundamental Futures Research and Technical Research Ltd.
UBS Fundamental Strategies reports include:

  • A morning advisor for Asia, Europe and US, covering foreign exchange and focusing on individual currencies, market forecasts, economic data releases and information on emerging FX and technical FX.

The Hightower Report, published by Hartfield Management, Inc., a Chicago-based research company, covers key treasury markets and US commodity markets including:

  • Daily Market Themes
  • Trade Suggestions
  • Key Industry Statistics
  • Fundamental and Technical Analysis
  • Market Reports.

Technical Research Ltd was set up by Max McKegg who was in charge of the Bank of New Zealand’s Technical Analysis Unit from 1985 - 1993. Technical Research Ltd offers a specialist forex service on REUTERS.
Technical Research Ltd provides Bank Dealers, Corporates & Fund Managers with Daily FX Trading Forecasts of the major currencies. 

Important Note: ARGUS Stockbroker Ltd shall not be responsible for any loss arising from any investment based on any recommendation, research reports, analysis, forecast or other information contained in ARGUS GLOBAL TRADER Platform. All data are for informative purpose only and do not advice any trading action. They should not be construed as an express or implied promise, guarantee or implication by ARGUS that clients will profit from the strategies herein or that losses in connection therewith can or will be limited.

Trades in accordance with the recommendations in an analysis, especially leveraged investments such as foreign exchange trading and investment in derivatives, can be very speculative and may result in losses as well as profits, in particular if the conditions mentioned in the analysis do not occur as anticipated.