I've got a couple of triangles and a head and shoulders neckline breakdown right here. Take your pick among these forex setups on EUR/USD, GBP/CAD, and EUR/CHF!
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Today's morning London forex session was another risk-on day, which means another lopsided battle between the safe-havens and the higher-yielding currencies.
Still catching your breath after last week's fast-paced forex market moves? Better hurry up because we've got another action-packed one comin' right up with these major central bank events.
Hey forex buddies! What do you think of these comdoll setups I'm looking at? Don't forget to mark these potential inflection points and economic events, too!
Tight forex ranges in the crosses last week, which means both range & trend breakout setups are in the works. Check out the latest on EUR/JPY, EUR/GBP & GBP/JPY!
How much money can I make off this forex trade? What kind of returns can I expect? Are you asking these questions before you take on some risk
Looking for a way to trade the dollar today? I found a short-term forex setup on USD/JPY that you might want to look at.
Greetings, humans! As promised, I've compiled the trade results of the SMA Crossover Pullback mechanical forex system for Q3 2015 right here. Take a look!
Although I lost on 2 trades, I was able to keep the losses minimal. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
Has it really been months since I last wrote an update on the bitcoin industry? Gather 'round, forex folks, and lemme get y'all up to speed on how bitcoin technology has been making waves.
The forex markets have been tough with trends settling into ranging patterns lately, but there may be an opportunity in USD/CAD with its recent slow grind higher.
Should we just shut down our trading screen till Wednesday afternoon in expectation of a couple of days of backing and filling and intraday volatility in front of the Fed?