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Greetings, earthlings! I've just finished crunching the numbers on the Triple SMA Crossover system and I gotta say, this forex mechanical system could use a bit of improvement.
It's not what you may already have heard. It's not common, and it's certainly a road less taken...I think that's why it's worked.
To get back in the forex markets, I'm going with a pure technical setup on GBP/CAD. Is that a bearish divergence that I see on the daily charts?
Is the US dollar as the world reserve currency, becoming increasingly dominant and will it be likely with us for many years to come?
Heads up, forex fellas! The strong trends that we saw in the past few months might slow down towards the last stretch of the year, thanks to these three market factors.
For the new forex trading week, I'm starting out with a simple trend setup on USD/CAD. Will the trend be my friend this week?
Unfortunately I lost out on a couple of trades today but the good thing about this system is that when we do lose, the losses are usually small. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
We saw strong bearish movement from the euro in the morning London forex session, and a bullish turn in broad risk sentiment pushing the Japanese yen lower.
With a major central bank decision coming up, I think it's time for another edition of my Forex Trading Guide! Let's take a look at why the Bank of Canada interest rate decision matters, what happened before, and what might happen this time.
Let's focus on the euro today, with these potential forex plays on EUR/JPY, EUR/CHF, and EUR/NZD!
Do you prefer trading alone or having a forex trading team? Here are the pros and cons of each.
Since I haven't been feeling too confident with my recent Loonie forex setups, I decided to look for better ideas. Here's what I'm looking at on EUR/NZD.
The NFP week brought mixed results for the HLHB System, as it gained pips on EUR/USD but lost some to GBP/USD.