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Welcome to Wordwide FX's new enterprise!

Insight by WFX is a synthesis of our passion for languages and the financial markets. Here you will find technical and fundamental analyses from our clients, media partners and contributors in different languages, as well as discussions on languages and translation. And of course we will keep you updated on what is happening inside Wordwide FX Financial Translations. Hope you enjoy it! Greetings from the Wordwide FX team!


FXTM and Wordwide FX, a win-win partnership


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

Cyprus-based global FX broker Forex Time (FXTM), founded by Alparis's main shareholder Andrey Dashin in 2012, is one of Wordwide FX's best clients. Our business relation started about half a year ago, and it's been ever growing since. At this point, we provide translations into 15 languages, including Vietnamese, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, Urdu, Arabic, and Korean, and we are proud to say we are one of their main translations providers. This is what web content manager Julia Kazakova said about us:

"Wordwide FX has carved a niche in Forex market translation services by ensuring that their translators are well versed in the language of online trading. Plus, they pay exceptional attention to detail and offer fast turnaround times that we have to depend on! At FTMX, our goal is to provide great content to all of our clients in their own language, and Wordwide FX helps us to achieve that!"

Thank you, Julia, for your kind words and your support!

The Wordwide FX Team.


Tier1FX Recommends Wordwide FX Financial Translations


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

"Having a reliable partner that responds and delivers in a highly-professional, quick and efficient manner is essential when operating in a global marketplace. What truly sets WFX apart from other providers however is their team of industry’s most experienced translators and interpreters, ensuring utmost accuracy and specialized approach to every project. A consistent, high-standard and cost-effective translation solution." (Yana Marinova, Support Manager at Tier1FX),

Our business relationship with Tier1FX started right when the broker was founded in Malta and, since that day, we have translated their website and a number of legal documents into a number of languages. Thank you, Yana, for your trust and support!


Translation of Marketing Content


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

Reach Your Target Audience with the Savvy Marketing Expertise of Wordwide Financial Translations


Marketing translations undoubtedly represent a huge challenge for companies in the financial industry. Bridging cultural and linguistic differences among different markets is not an easy task. What may work in London may not be the right thing in Hong Kong or Sao Paulo. Savvy individuals must identify these key differentials and “adapt” this content accordingly to ensure you convey the right message to your target audience.


Creating a strategic partnership with Wordwide Financial Translations represents a step in the right direction for your company to reach these customers. From financial services and online marketing campaigns to corporate press releases and marketing brochures, our savvy collaborators will deploy all their expertise to ensure your marketing materials will reach new customers and increase your business. Our team operates 24 hours a day in all time zones across the world.


Did you know that having a universal marketing strategy across all global markets may hinder your company’s success with expanding into new markets or building your brand identity? Despite the global nature of our industry, social and cultural idiosyncrasies still exist today and factoring them in when marketing your company’s financial products and services is an essential part of this strategy.


What works in London may not work in Dubai, Tokyo or Bogota. This is why hundreds of financial companies have trusted the expertise of Wordwide Financial Translations for all their international financial marketing needs to ensure it reaches its target audience successfully. Wordwide Financial Translations does not just “translate” your content. Thanks to our extensive team of collaborators, we “adapt” your marketing materials and web content and consider all sociological and cultural factors before delivering the final copy in your language of choice. We operate 24 hours a day and cover all major time zones across the world.


Bon Any! Happy 2016 from Wordwide FX


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

Bon any! · Happy New Year! · ¡Feliz año nuevo! · Gott nytt år! · Frohes neues Jahr! · Bonne année!

The Wordwide FX Team want to wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2016, full of happiness, health, love, and money!

We know it's a tough time for the financial markets. The Fed recently gave green light to the first rate hike in almost one decade, and many young traders out there will have to learn how to deal with this new key factor. How positive or negative will this be and if this decision will be for developed and emerging markets , we'll see in the coming year. And at Wordwide FX we'll be ready to help our clients and their analysts translate their market research so that their own clients get the best market outlooks in their native languages. 

We could not do it without our excellent team of translators, and we thank them all for their commitment and help. Happy new year to them too!

(Photo below: Montjuïc (Barcelona), a great place to celebrate the New Year)


+ 2 Years With HotForex


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

Recently, HotForex's marketing responsible Katerina Houtri sent us a few very nice words on our specialized translation service, and she remind us that it's been already more than 2 years since we started working for them. Since then, we have translated thousands of words for them in 25 languages, including Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Greek, and much more. 

This is what Ms. Houtri said about us:

"Wordwide FX is a market leader in the field of translation services. Their team of dedicated translators has been servicing our company with utmost professionalism for more than 2 years. Wordwide FX boasts a huge pool of professional translators who have vast expertise in forex and a good understanding of our needs. They always go above and beyond to provide custom solutions to our different projects and deliver accurate and polished translations with a lasting impact on our audience. I would definitely recommend Wordwide FX for fast and high quality translations."  

We thank Katerina for her nice words! We are happy and proud to work with the HotForex group and hope that this on-going cooperation will last for many more years!

Read what all our clients say about on in our Client page!

The Wordwide FX team.


8 Reasons to Stop Being a Monolingual Muggle


By Wordwide FX Financial Translations

Via Languages Around the World

By Brian Powers

So you’re a muggle…

I gabbed about learning another language for years, but for some reason never really found the time or built up the motivation to sit down and really get to work.

Maybe I didn’t really know how. I thought I had no time. I had taken some classes in high school and quickly became disillusioned with the inefficient rote memorization. I didn’t even do especially poorly, and left them speaking a little bit of a new language that I then went on to not use for several years.

But in the end I was still a monolingual, a muggle, possessed of only the most basic introductory phrases and a small modicum of profanity at my beck and call.

These days I write about languages a lot, I actively study a few at a time and I’m constantly trying to convince others to take up the cause and get out there and learn.I was monolingual for most of my life – up until quite recently actually. I don’t consider myself to be monolingual anymore, but nor do I consider myself bilingual or multilingual. I exist in a weird state of limbo – possessed of a working proficiency in two languages and beginner skills with a couple others – it’s a strange place to be.

Another language blogger whose post I read a couple of years ago, and whose name I cannot for the life of me remember, referred to herself as “monolingual with benefits”. I liked it a lot and have been applying it to myself ever since. So when I say I’ve been there I really do mean it.

You may think that learning a language is beyond you. 

Lets just set this crazy notion aside for a while. By a while I mean forever. It’s not beyond you, it never was and it never will be and anyone who says otherwise is misinformed or confused. Your age is irrelevant, time can be managed more efficiently and you really don’t have to travel in order to succeed. You can do pretty much everything you need to learn a language from the comfort of your own home – including speaking it. So lets work on motivation:

The Earth is becoming a smaller place every year and the need for multilinguals has never been higher than it is today, despite what some naysayers seem to think.

Nearly everyone can benefit from learning a language or two (or three) and it remains the primary mission of Languages Around the Globe to help make doing so more enjoyable, more successful and less expensive. Most people realize that the benefits of language learning exist, but are perhaps unaware of just how vital and transforming acquiring such skills can be…

1) Employment

It is no secret that the ability to speak or read another language can give you an edge these days when it comes to finding employment. In a steadily globalizing world the need for multilingual employees in virtually all fields is increasingly vital to the infrastructure of most modernized and developing countries.

As investors look overseas for up and coming economies such as those of Brazil and Indonesia, the skills that multilinguals bring to the table become increasingly valued. Some have suggested in the past that bilingual employees are in fact paid more for their skills than monolingual employees, but hard, repeatable evidence that employees performing the same work make different amounts is difficult to come by.

Bilingualism is however, going to make a candidate more competitive in the job market, often leading to a better job than might have been offered to a monolingual. Check out this article from Forbes regarding bilingualism and income.

2) Mental Health

Studies are showing that learning new languages can actually benefit your health. These studies indicate that the multilingual, and those pursuing such mentally taxing tasks as language acquisition have a reduced risk of various forms of mental degradation such as Alzheimers disease and two other forms of dementia including frontotemporal and vascular dementia.

University of Edinburgh’s scholar Thomas Bak mentioned the following in regards to the study.

“Findings suggest that bilingualism might have a stronger influence on dementia than any currently available drugs.”

3) Increased IQ

Some evidence suggests that actively learning languages has been shown to increase ones’ overall intelligence and could be linked to improving IQ scores in adults as well as children. Multilinguals seem to exhibit a significant increase in cognitive function.

They are able to switch between multiple tasks more decisively and at a more rapid rate than their monolingual counterparts. Other studies have also shown that making decisions in a 2nd language can often lead to better choices. By providing us with a different angle from which to approach our problems, sometimes the answers we seek become more evident.

4) Become a better global citizen

Language learning fosters multicultural awareness and understanding across borders, religions and politics. It is said that a language is a window into a culture, and offers the learner a new way of viewing the world.

There is evidence that seems to indicate that bilingual individuals tend to be more open, accepting and tolerant of other people than some their monolingual counterparts. One of the largest causes of warfare and social upheaval is the inability to communicate properly on a cultural level. To relate to one another and attempt to see the world from the perspective of those who disagree with us.

The superficial differences that we impose upon ourselves and one another are only reinforced by a general lack of mutual understanding, so in order to fix the problem we must be able to engage one another more openly.

5) It’s a lot more fun than you think.

I find that starting a new project is the hardest part. It’s can be such an overwhelming process, it’s hard to tell where to begin and what to work on first, and everyone tells you something different. But if you can get past these initial hurdles and start recognizing the progress you’re making it suddenly becomes a ton of fun!

Your new language will expose you to new cultures, ideas, worldviews and other phenomena that may otherwise escape your interest or notice. It broadens horizons and offers adventure and intrigue. You will come across opportunities to build relationships with those you thought you could never before communicate with.

6) It’s Sexy

Is it still considered a matter of opinion if everyone agrees that it’s true? What more do I need to say – being multilingual makes you more attractive. Don’t believe me? This infographic gets used on more language blogs than you can shake a stick at. And maybe we language enthusiasts are just trying to toot our own horns, but come on, does anyone really think that being monolingual is better?

7) Foreign film is great and foreign music rocks! (Sometimes anyway) 

One of the most common reasons that people state for wanting to learn a foreign language is so that they can understand the lyrics of some band they heard. People are increasingly interested in music they can’t understand. Everything from Rammstein to K-Pop to Afrobeat.

People love experiencing new music, and many just aren’t satisfied if they can’t understand the lyrics – and who can blame them?

But the fun doesn’t stop there. Cinema doesn’t stop at the California border. From French film to Bollywood the world has plenty of examples of fantastic movies and television that are not only entertaining but just like foreign music; are fantastic way to learn. Minimal effort required.

8) Literature

It’s not all about music and film though. Walk into a bookstore or a library some time and take a look around at the literature you see. Imagine this vast amount of knowledge; of stories, news articles, poetry and research. Think about the lifetimes it would take to consume that much knowledge and how valuable this information must be.

This stuff exists in other languages too – often untranslated and unknown to those of us who cannot read it. The German language in particular can claim an enormous quantity of the world’s untranslated literature. If you could read German, or any other language, think of what you could unlock even with a relatively basic understanding.

Hope is not lost for you.

The list of good reasons to learn a language that should get you excited enough to get up off your ass and go learn goes on and on, but these are, in my opinion, some of the most relevant and inspiring.

Mental health and cognitive function seem like reason enough to start that project you’ve always been talking about, and the plethora of other benefits that can be reaped from language study guarantees that you won’t be wasting your time.

So seriously, stop procrastinating and complaining about money and time. Unlike wizards, polyglots

are not born speaking several languages, and many – if not most – didn’t get started as young  children.

You don’t have to stay a muggle forever.