March 2012 Monthly Archive

Double Whammy Resistance on EUR/CAD – Trade Closed

Looks like this cat only had two lives! After narrowly escaping a loss last Friday, my trade finally died as EUR/CAD rallied to 1.3300 and stopped me out. Bummer, dude. Read more

Weekly Watch: March 26 to 30, 2012

A good Monday morning to all you cross-currency traders! Let’s start this week right by highlighting the must-watch levels on our favorite crosses! Read more

Weekly Watch: March 19 to 23, 2012

You ready for another round of March Madness? Here are some levels on your favorite cross-currency pairs to make sure your bracket doesn’t get busted! Read more

EUR/GBP: Testing 2012 Support Level? – Orders Cancelled

Drats! I missed out on my entry by just a few pips! With the weekend just around the corner, I think I’m just gonna cancel my orders and lay low. Read more

EUR/CHF Approaching 1.2000 Floor: Time to Buy? – Trade Closed

This winner has been a few weeks in the making, but it has finally come to an end! I decided to lock in profits on this long-term EUR/CHF trade just before the SNB monetary policy statement. Read more

Weekly Watch: March 12 to 16, 2012

Shake off those Monday blues, homeboys! I’m back with another edition of Weekly Watch to help guide you with your cross-currency trading! Read more

Selling GBP/JPY on a Retracement – Trade Closed

We got a lot of volatility, alright! Unfortunately, it just didn’t work my way! High-yielding currencies and risk takers had a field day and I got stopped out rather quickly! Read more

Weekly Watch: March 5 to 9, 2012

After a crazy NBA Sunday, it’s time to get back to work! If you love trading the cross-currency pairs (and I know you do!), here are some hot levels to keep an eye on for EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, and EUR/GBP! Read more

EUR/GBP Round 3: Looking for a Retest of .8400 – Orders Cancelled

Drats! EUR/GBP never retested the .8400 handle and my orders didn’t get triggered! In retrospect, perhaps I should have made provisions and adjustments just in case the pair failed to pull back, like considering selling at the break of consolidation. Read more