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It's been a while since I made an economic roundup for Switzerland, so read up if you're interested on how the Swiss economy is doing overall.
The main theme for this trading week was Aussie domination. As for secondary themes, we’ve got pound and Greenback weakness, as well as yet another strong week for the yen. So, what was driving forex price action?
It’s easy to get caught up in daily defeats, but winning minor battles and learning from your defeats will help you win the war.
Today's end-of-the-week intraday chart update is all about Fibonacci retracements, with NZD/CAD, USD/CHF, and EUR/CHF in focus.
Today's morning London session was rather lively. To be more specific, the return of risk aversion buoyed the yen while rumors about an oil deal gave the Loonie a boost. The pound, meanwhile, got kicked lower.
Next week's highly-anticipated meeting between the major oil producers will likely result to a major announcement. Unfortunately, it probably won't change the overall oil oversupply picture.
Dollar domination was the name of the game during the Asian session, as a lack of market-moving reports inspired forex traders to bank on this week’s economic themes.
Not the best week for the SMA Crossover Pullback system since dollar and yen pairs were treading carefully before the FOMC and BOJ statements.
Could this be my chance to short the euro on a pullback? EUR/JPY just made a break below that symmetrical triangle I had been watching but seems to be making a retest.
Can't decide if you wanna trade a major, comdoll, or cross currency pair during the last trading day of the week? Don't worry, I got yo back with these fantastic setups on USD/JPY, USD/CAD, and EUR/GBP!
Medium-tier economic data from the U.S. came in mixed so the Greenback was all over the charts as well. Here's what went on.
Unfortunately the two possible signals I had were close to news events which kept me from entering. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
For today's intraday charts update, I've got a chart pattern + euro double special on the menu. To be more specific, I've got a wedge for EUR/CAD and a couple of channels for EUR/GBP and EUR/CHF.
Risk-taking was the name of the game, as equities and commodities rallied hard during the session. However, it was the safe-haven Swissy that ended up being the one currency to rule them all, which is admittedly very weird.
Looking for short-term setups after the Fed's decision? How about this short-term downtrend on GBP/USD? Here's the forex setup that I'm watching!
Hello, forex friends! If you're interested on the most important details of the most recent FOMC statement, then here are the key points that you need to know and remember.
The RBNZ just signaled that it's keeping the door open for another rate cut while the RBA minutes seemed less dovish than usual. Think AUD/NZD can keep climbing from here?
Risk appetite was the name of the game during the Asian session, as forex traders celebrated the Fed’s decision to sit on its hands for another month.
Yen bulls are still charging even after the BOJ announced some policy changes so I'm going with the flow on this CHF/JPY downtrend.
Rise and shine, forex folks! I'm serving up range and retracement setups on EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/CAD that you wouldn't want to miss. Check it!