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Forex Trading Blog Updates
How did this SMA Crossover Pullback mechanical system fare for the first month of the year? Here are the forex signals from last week.
The China story continues to dominate the narrative. The question is: How to position entries for when the tide changes?
Took a quick break from watching the Super Bowl 50 to draw up these short-term forex plays on EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, and EUR/GBP. Take a look!
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 value of net long USD positions fell for its sixth straight week but the latest CFTC report suggests that dollar bears might take it easy from here.
Strong global risk-off sentiment has pushed safe havens higher and my GBP/CHF short to its max target, closing me out at 1.4000. Here's a quick forex trade review!
It was a good day for me as I was able to grab a cool +19 pips off of one trade! See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
The forex calendar for today's morning London trading session only had low and mid-tier items on tap, so forex traders turned to European equities, oil, and overall risk sentiment for direction.
Still scratching your head wondering what's been bothering the Greenback these days? It must've been all this dovish talk from Fed officials! Here's what they've said lately.
Today's intraday forex charts update is all about the Loonie, baby! I've got a descending triangle for GBP/CAD and descending channels for USD/CAD and NZD/CAD. Enjoy!
With market sentiment shifting on a dime these days, it's important to make sure that you're able to adjust your forex strategy. Here are some tips how.
It's kind of a mixed bag for me these days, as one of my forex positions is raking in gains while the other isn't looking too good. Here are some updates on my AUD/USD and GBP/CAD trades.
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!