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There wasn't really anything major on the docket for today's morning London session, so price action was choppy. However, forex traders apparently turned to the commodities rally for direction, since the Aussie and the Kiwi got bid higher.
Nope, this ain't an episode of Stranger Things and you're not stuck in the Upside Down... The Donald has been officially sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, and his inauguration speech contains some clues on what's in store for the markets.
Can you believe we're into the last full trading week of the month? Here are potential inflection points and catalysts that might affect the major dollar pairs!
It was a bloodbath for the dollar today, as Asian session traders priced in their jitters over Trump’s “America First” policies.
I'm seeing signs of trend continuation on EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, and EUR/GBP these days, but it could all boil down to this week's top-tier catalysts from the U.K. and euro zone.
The Aussie and Kiwi have been able to benefit from dollar weakness but the Loonie has lagged behind. Will we see a continuation of this behavior for the next few days? Here's what you should look out for!
Welcome to a brand spankin' new trading week, forex brothas! Let's start the week strong with these swing trade opportunities on currency crosses like EUR/JPY and GBP/CHF. Check it out!
China had a data dump during the past couple of weeks. And if you want a roundup of the most important economic reports, or if you're just curious on how China's economy is doing nowadays, then this Economic Snapshot is just for you.
The Loonie got whupped hard this week while the pound had a reversal of fortune and ended up as the one currency to rule them all. So, what was driving forex price action on these currencies? And how did the other currencies fare?
How's your trading month going so far? If you're still looking for ways to start the year strong, then you might want to see some of the easy (but helpful) habits that have helped many trading newbies and pros alike.
Let's close out this week's intraday charts update with a couple of setups for the Greenback. Specifically, I've got a couple of short-term channels for NZD/USD and AUD/USD.
Since I'm staying on the sidelines this week, I've decided to make good on my wish to tweak the HLHB Trend-Catcher System a bit. Here's what I'm planning to do.
Price action on most pairs was rather choppy during the session, as traders waited for Trump's inauguration. However, the Greenback was clearly in recovery mode after yesterday's slide. Meanwhile, the Kiwi was broadly under bearish pressure.
In case you were too busy preparing your “Make America Great Again” shirts, you should know that the ECB just published its first decision for 2017. Here are five points we learned from Draghi and his gang.
It was a pretty volatile trading session for forex traders, as they priced in China’s latest GDP release, Janet Yellen’s speech, and await Trump’s inauguration.
Greetings, forex earthlings! I tried to review the trade results for this Inside Bar Momentum forex mech strategy for the month so far, but the numbers aren't looking too good. Care to help a robot out?
And I'm in! Fundamentals are lining up neatly for this EUR/AUD support breakdown setup so I've decided to hop in at market with a short position.
CAD/JPY finally completed that reversal chart pattern I was waiting for last week so I'm planning on setting my entry orders on this one. What do you guys think?
Rally and reverse! The Greenback was off to a strong start but was unable to hold on to its intraday gains despite mostly upbeat data.
It's the last trading day of the week, yo! Try and see if you can snag your last-minute pips with these hot forex setups on GBP/USD and USD/CHF!