Trading is exciting and there is a lot of economic data from around the world to look at in order to help you invest effectively. Here we will provide expert technical analysis on currency pairs, stocks, futures, commodities and indices on all of the financial markets worldwide. Currently we are studying post-Newtonian coalescing models. In this case we include a gravitational radiation reaction source term at the 2.5 post-Newtonian order as prescribed by Blanchet, Damour, and Sch\" a fer (1990). We are finding that this radiation reaction has a very significant effect on the evolution of the binary system. Comparison between a purely Newtonian merger (the merger occuring because the stars were initially in contact and hence below the threshold for the tidal instability) and a post-Newtonian merger from the same initial conditions shows that the post-Newtonian coalescence occurs in a significantly shorter time, introducing a phase difference in the gravitational waveforms. We also find that the final coalesced objects are different in structure and have a different total angular momentum. Thus we are finding that the inclusion of a post-Newtonian radiation reaction plays a very important role on the dynamics of the merger, and this result further motivates the need for fully relativistic simulations. Recently with our visualization expert, Dave Bock, we have been studying the structure of the gravitational wave radiation produced during the coalescence. We are finding that the gravitational wave radiation is produced mostly in the tidally deformed regions of the stars. Just like all other companies, Forex brokers need a license in order to operate and advertise their business. The license needs to come from the financial regulator within the region where the broker is domiciled. For example, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) oversees all financial services in the UK, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in Australia, etc. You can find the complete list of Forex regulators in the link at the top.