About Us

ActionForex.com was set up back in 2004 with the aim to provide insightful analysis to forex traders, serving the trading community over a decade. We started providing only a daily and a mid-day report, now known as Action Insights. Gradually, we added a lot more in-house contents to the site. Technical Outlook section was expanded to cover more pairs. Central Bank Views, China Watch and Special Topics are added to cover fundmental developments that move the markets. In addition to that, Top Movers, Heat Map, Pivot Point Charts and Pivot Meters, Action Bias and Volatility Charts, are tools used by traders from all over the world.

“Empowering the individual traders” was, is, and will always be our motto going forward.

Our core team:

Shing Ip, Tsui is the founder and CEO of Action Forex, which provides forex specific information to the global traders since 2004. Started trading stocks back in mid 90s, Shing has turned to the world’s largest market, Forex, since the turn of the century. Shing’s trading approach combines comprehensive techniques of technical analysis with the emphasis on understanding the position of the market in the larger trend. In addition, Shing emphasizes intermarket relationships that usually reveal underlying change in market trend and sentiments. His analysis on the major currency pairs is being read from traders in all continents everyday through his column in ActionForex.com web site.

Agnes Tse, CFA, is adept at analyzing the impacts of politics on global financial markets. With Master’s degrees in Business Administration and International Relations, her specializations are in monetary policies and currency markets, as well as geopolitics and energy markets. Before joining Action Forex, Agnes worked as analyst for a Chinese state-owned enterprise focusing on Greater China equity markets. She was later an advisor on the investment strategies of a mutual fund in a top notch Japanese investment firm. Agnes has been a guest speaker in universities in Hong Kong and Europe on topics of Hong Kong’s political environment and the financial markets, and China’s soft power.