Ready for a brand spankin' new forex trading week? I got setups on USD/JPY, EUR/JPY, and EUR/AUD that you wouldn't want to miss!
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Despite the prevalence of risk aversion during the recent forex trading week, the Kiwi didn't suffer as much as the other higher-yielding currencies. Are the underlying fundamentals supporting demand for the Kiwi perhaps? Time to find out!
The forex trading week has come and gone, and it looks like the Greenback, the Aussie, and the Loonie were getting the stuffing beaten out of ‘em, with the euro, the Swissy, and the Japanese yen doing most of the beating. So, what was driving forex price action this week?
Finding the forex strategy that matches your personality will help you better adapt to the always-changing market environment. Does yours match any of these profiles?
With the weekend a few moments away, it's time to reduce risk and even lock in a very small profit on a couple of winners in my forex portfolio: GBP/CHF & AUD/CAD.
Is GBP/USD headed for more losses? Here's a forex trade for those who think the pound is a weaker bet than the dollar!
How did this SMA Crossover Pullback mechanical system fare for the first month of the year? Here are the forex signals from last week.
Unfortunately our system didn't give us any valid signals today so I had to once again sit and wait. But patience is a valuable asset in this game! See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
It looks like this year was off to a good start in terms of forex activity, thanks to strong moves in the equities and commodities arena.
The BOE Super Thursday and OPEC meeting rumors could prove to be strong forex catalysts this week so I'm looking at this long-term reversal pattern on GBP/CAD.
With the BOE Super Thursday coming up, I've been on the hunt for short pound forex setups lately. Here's what I'm looking at on GBP/AUD.
I appreciate Ludwig von Mises more than most and have for decades. So the yearning for free markets is high on my list. But the reality is we live in a world of controlled and quasi-free markets.
The China story continues to dominate the narrative. The question is: How to position entries for when the tide changes?