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Price action during today's morning London session was rather wonky since the euro reigned supreme while the Kiwi floundered, even though risk appetite returned.
From time to time, I bring up the CME Group's FedWatch Tool to show rate hike probabilities. And if you ever wanted to learn more about this nifty tool, then today's little primer will help you out.
A pretty surprising week for the HLHB! This trend-catcher gained pips on EUR/USD despite its tight range while it lost pips on GBP/USD even though it showed more volatility throughout the week.
Ho-hum. With not a lot of data scheduled today, forex traders had their eyes on risk sentiment and Asian equities price action.
Since the RBNZ hinted that they might cut rates again while the Fed stands ready to hike sooner or later, I'm gonna hop in this NZD/USD selloff. Take a look!
I spotted this neat descending triangle support test on the 4-hour chart of GBP/CHF, and market sentiment seems to be lining up for a bounce. What do you think?
Can't decide if you're trading the majors, comdolls, or currency crosses today? Don't worry, I got yo back with these hot forex setups on GBP/USD, AUD/USD, and CAD/JPY!
Rally and reverse! The Greenback tossed and turned throughout the New York trading session as economic releases failed to push the currency in a clear direction.
Today's intraday chart update is kinda special in that we'll be reviewing last Thursday's setups for EUR/CAD, EUR/GBP, and EUR/CHF. Of course, we'll also be looking for new setups as well.
Europe got swamped by another wave of risk aversion, so the safe-haven yen was in demand yet again. Meanwhile, reports about Iran's refusal to join an oil deal took its toll on oil and the Loonie.
Why are more and more central bankers calling for fiscal policy changes? Let’s revisit the relationship between monetary and fiscal policies and why it’s important to combine both to achieve growth.
With not a lot of data on the docket, forex traders turned their focus on the first U.S. presidential debate. Read on to see how the markets reacted!
Since the RBNZ hinted that it's willing to lower rates further, I'm gonna jump out of this long Kiwi position before it starts tumbling.
The value of net long bets on the the Greenback fell again. However, the latest COT report shows that the Greenback had a mixed performance since it advanced against the Aussie and Kiwi, but got pushed back by the pound.
So much for that GBP/CAD short! The pair did move in my trade's direction but my adjusted stop loss was hit on that Loonie selloff.
Looks like I caught the wrong side on this one so I've cut my losses quickly with this CAD/JPY setup. Think I should hop in the opposite position?
Who's ready for more forex trade opportunites? I'm serving up some hot ones today with these setups on EUR/USD, EUR/NZD, and NZD/CHF!
Even though U.S. data came in slightly stronger than expected, it looks like forex junkies are steering clear of U.S. equities and the dollar. Here's why.
Today we're exploring the five of the most common mistakes that newbie traders make. Which one can you relate to the most?
It's time for another week of intraday charts updates. And I'll start with a yen + channel double special today, with USD/JPY, CHF/JPY, and AUD/JPY in focus.