Ed’s Story

Over the past eight years, Mr. Moya has become one of the leading financial trading educators worldwide.

Edward J. Moya, Chief Technical Strategist at World Wide Markets and a key contributor to Trader Planet.

Ed Moya CNBC ProfileEd Moya has more than 15 years of experience trading and investing in stocks, options, futures and forex.  Over the last eight years, he has worked with some of the largest, international forex brokerages and leading educational schools.

Mr. Moya began trading technology and bank stocks in the late 1990s and then focused on futures and options trading.  In early 2006, Mr. Moya became a broker for Global Forex Trading, where he excelled at educating the firm’s high net-worth clients.  Prior to becoming a Market Strategist at FX Solutions, Mr. Moya was the Vice President of Institutional Sales.  His analysis included market reactions to geo-political events and monetary policies in U.S., Europe and the Middle East and North Africa region.  Most recently he was the Chief Currency Strategist for Trading Advantage, where he worked on Larry Levin’s team, created the Forex Educational course and ran its forex trading room.
Trading Advantage team

His insight into trading stems from working with some of the most highly-regarded research minds in the industry, analyzing order flows from thousands of traders, and a special emphasis on covering geo-political events along with monetary policy decisions and central banker tendencies.
Mr. Moya’s trading methodology focuses on interpreting key buy and sell side interests along with trends in the forex market, combined with explaining market reactions to statistical releases and political events in the U.S. and abroad.
Ed Moya with C Gardner book and Speaking in Chicago
Mr. Moya has contributed market analysis to major financial television networks, authored numerous trading strategies, provided market commentary for various print media and presented at various seminars, webinars and conferences.  He appears frequently on BNN, CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg as a Chief Currency Strategist and quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.