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By 21 July 2014

July Trading Update (week 3)

U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record this week, as Ukraine said rebels shot down a passenger jet near its border with Russia. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (SPX) fell, The Dow slipped and the yen strengthened across the board and to a five-month high against the euro after reports on the plane crash surfaced,

By 18 July 2014

Look Forward At The Foreign Exchange Market

The Federal Open Market Committee  meeting minutes failed to surprise the market. The statement simply re-confirmed that it was unlikely that they would increase interest rates this year with rates likely to remain low for a “considerable time” after it ends large scale asset purchases. However the interesting point to note was that they forward revised

By 17 July 2014

Market Update 2014 July – week 3

The biggest market moves surprisingly occurred last Thursday, not as expected on the Wednesday with the high impact Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes. The euro snapped a three-day climb versus the dollar as missed debt payments of a Portuguese bank raised concern the region’s economy remains vulnerable to shocks as it emerges from the

By 8 July 2014

How To Read Forex Movements

How to read Market Movements for more accurate Forex Trading  How much money you make as a foreign currency trader will largely depend on how skilfully you can predict movements in the Forex market. So the question is, What are the key factors that will cause your chosen currency’s rate of exchange to change? Here

By 7 July 2014

Market Update 2014 July – week 1

Job growth blew past expectations and the unemployment rate fell to the lowest level since before the financial crisis peaked six years ago, creating a firm foundation for a stronger U.S. economic expansion. Payrolls rose by 288,000 workers following a 224,000 gain the prior month that was bigger than previously estimated and the unemployment rate fell to

By 2 July 2014

How To Get Going As A Forex Trader

      Did you know the foreign exchange market, commonly referred to as ‘forex’, has a daily turnover in excess of US$5 trillion? In fact, the global forex market is the biggest in the world. And did you know that you can enter that market as a beginner and, with patience and practice, make

By 1 July 2014

5 Best Forex Trades in June & Current Opportunitie ...

1. NZDUSD (Daily Chart) – Power Pivot Long – 05.06.2014 – After a significant retracement to its 50% fib level from January’s lows, the market showed signs of divergence indicating that the move lower was burning out of steam. This coincided beautifully with a significant horizontal level at the big 8400 handle and a fib

By 27 June 2014

News: Looking Forward | June 2014 – Week 4

So the outcome of the past 10 days is that we have a very bearish (dovish) central bank in the form of the Federal Reserve System and a more bullish (hawkish) Bank Of England which will inevitably cause dollar weakness and pound strength which therefore gives a bullish outlook on Cable. Sterling is the one

By 25 June 2014

5 Best Forex Trades for June 2014 – Week 3

1. GBPUSD (5 Min Chart) – Pivot Trade Long 16.06.2014 – After Mark Carney’s comments last week, this trade was an absolute no brainer. It was the first efficient entry of the week as price pulled back to the pivot point whilst at the same time offering up a tasty 1.11% reward to risk trade.

By 24 June 2014

June Forex Trading Update (week 3)

The dollar dropped to a one-month low against its major peers after the Federal Reserve said it will keep interest rates near zero for a “considerable time.” The U.S. currency fell for a second day against the euro, the first back-to-back declines this month, while the pound climbed to a five-year high as the Federal


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