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Wassup? It's a fresh week, but we'll start this week's series of intraday charts updates by checking up on our old setups for GBP/CHF and AUD/CHF. Obviously, we'll also be lookin' for fresh plays along the way.
Ready for another round of dollar trading? Here are possible catalysts and chart inflection points for forex traders who are into the dollar these days!
Europe is starting the new trading week with some rather subdued and choppy price action. The euro and the Aussie did have some decent moves, though, with the euro advancing against its peers while the Aussie retreated.
Aussie traders, huddle up! We've got a top-tier catalyst comin' up from the Land Down Under this week in the form of a quarterly GDP report. If you're thinking of trading this release, make sure you take note of these things.
Risk sentiment was a mixed bag of nuts ahead of Trump's speech this week, but that didn't stop the Aussie from gaining a few pips on its counterparts. Here's what you missed during the Asian session!
We've got retracements and breakouts going on for EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, and EUR/GBP but it looks like political headlines could be the main driver of price action for these pairs this week.
I'm seeing a few short-term setups on AUD/USD, USD/CAD, and NZD/USD these days so I'm gonna watch out for these upcoming catalysts and potential inflection points. Take a look!
Welcome to a brand spankin' new trading week, forex junkies! Let's get your charting juices flowin' with these hot trading setups on GBP/USD and AUD/JPY!
I have found the one! After weeks of tinkering with the HLHB Trend-Catcher System's rules, I have finally picked the set of forex rules that I will forward test for the next couple of weeks.
Howdy, forex buddies! Another BOC statement is coming our way this Wednesday. So if you wanna get up to speed on Canada's overall economic situation, or maybe you're just wondering how Canada's economy has been faring lately, then today's Economic Snapshot is just for you.
Another week of yen domination was the main theme this week. Aside from that, broad-based euro weakness was also a major theme. So, what was driving forex price action on these currencies? And how did the other currencies perform this week?
We here at BabyPips.com have always stressed the importance of deliberate practice to improve your forex skills. Let’s take a look at 4 possible factors that could sabotage your process.
Let's close out this weeks's final intraday charts update with a couple of fresh setups for the euro. Specifically, I've got a couple of fresh triangles for EUR/CAD and EUR/NZD that y'all may wanna check out.
Forex traders were apparently taking cues from the risk-off vibes during today's morning London session, since the higher-yielding Aussie and Kiwi got torpedoed. Meanwhile, the safe-haven yen and Swissy were in high demand.
Back in 2014, Scotland has voted “remain” in a U.K. referendum. Has Brexit changed the Scots’ minds? More importantly, will it lead to another Scottish referendum anytime soon?
Ho hum. It was a directionless trading session for forex traders, as a lack of fresh catalysts inspired market players to cherry pick their positions.
Hey forex folks, I'm pleased to announce that the Inside Bar Momentum Strategy caught a couple of winning trades in the past few days! If this is the first time you're reading about this, I suggest you take a look at the system rules first.
I'm keeping it simple with this AUD/NZD long-term range resistance bounce off 1.0700. Think it's got enough bearish momentum to head back to the bottom?
Dollar bears were at it again as the "Trumphoria" started to fade on U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin's remarks. Pound bulls, on the other hand, continued to charge.