What I always personally would've liked to see is an overview of what professional traders and 'trading institutions' (like banks etc) trade. I know there are a gazillion of websites out there with people that share trades with their readers (just like this one), but it is interesting to see what the 'pros' are doing.
|FX Street lets you see what the 'big guys' are doing.|
For instance, to the left you can see that the Danish Bank has a buy limit order on the EUR/USD, they bought it at 1.3065 and their stop-loss (in case things go south) is at 1.2995. Their target is also shown at 1.3207. Brilliant! This is a major bank, displaying all the information publicly. There are more showing, these are professional trading organizations; showing what they trade. I'm not saying you have to do exactly what they're doing, but it does give you a good indication what to trade.