It's all about the pound for today's intraday forex charts update. I have a break-and-retest for GBP/CHF, a bounce from support for EUR/GBP, and a trading range for GBP/CAD.
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Unlike yesterday, most currency pairs were well-behaved during today's morning London forex session as forex traders awaited another major event – the advanced estimate for Q2 2015 U.S. GDP.
Will the Fed hike interest rates in September or what? Take a look at these takeaways from this week's FOMC statement to figure out what's next for the U.S. dollar's forex trends.
Last year, I wrote an article about the emerging trend in combining social networking and forex trading. Here are a few interesting products taking mirror trading to the next level.
My, my! The Greenback's lookin' fly after the FOMC statement! I've entered a small forex position at market and I'll continue to play this AUD/USD retracement setup carefully.
Here's a quick forex review on my GBP/NZD trade that I decided to close today on recent broad Kiwi strength and ahead of today's FOMC event.
Unfortunately the only potential signal today was right before a news event. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
These days, it seems that most forex pairs are just going in one particular direction and it makes no sense to go against the herd. Is it worth taking a contrarian approach?
With the much-awaited FOMC statement only a couple of hours away, my eyes are on these two forex major pairs. What's on your watchlist?
AUD/CHF has been slowly moving lower but staying within a pretty tight range recently. Looking to play the forex trend on a top of range retest.
Greetings, my dear humans! Here's an update on the forex signals made by the SMA Crossover Pullback mechanical system on the currency pairs I'm watching.
I realize it’s not fair to pile on, but there is a certain joy one experiences when the blather from the cocky prognosticators of dollar doom and gold love are proven so utterly wrong by Mister Market.
Trend traders like myself often run into wearing two hats...managing an open trade while setting up the next entry. I call it rolling with the trend.