Both USD/JPY and GBP/JPY caught two valid signals for the week, and most of these ended up with wins. Take a look!
I''m not seeing top-tier reports scheduled during early London trading, so I''m setting my sights on USD/JPY possibly reacting to Uncle Sam''s GDP release.
Saved by a big win! Thanks to one big winning trade, the HLHB ended the week in the green despite being faked out one or two times in the last few days.
NZD/USD bulls are on a roll as risk sentiment moves positive. Will the momentum continue after RBNZ Governor Orr''s speech ahead?
It''s easy to abandon your trading plan in favor of maximizing your wins when the market is going your way and doing it in hyperspeed.
Cryptocurrencies are still on the retreat these days, closing in on longer-term correction levels. Or are reversals already taking place? BTC/USD: 4-hour
If you''ve missed EUR/GBP''s breakout or GBP/CAD''s trend play, don''t worry! You just might have a chance at an entry with their pullback scenarios.
AUD/JPY has been on a rocket ship higher; is it time for the pair to take a breather and pullback. If so, where are the opportunities for the short-term bulls to get long?
Got a couple of potential catalysts coming up for the franc today! Is USD/CHF about to bounce off this short-term area of interest?
Is it me, or are AUD/USD and USD/CAD hanging out at key Fib retracement levels? I mean, have you seen their 4-hour charts lately?
The Aussie lost its status as the king of the major currencies this week, knocked lower as risk assets fell across the board thanks to rising bond yields. Australian Headlines and Economic data
The Euro locked in gains against the major currencies this week, while the Swiss franc takes a dive as it loses some of its safe haven status among traders. The Euro European Headlines and Economic data
With no major news or events from Canada, it was the usual balancing act of pricing in broad risk sentiment, oil prices and counter currency flows that resulted ...
When starting a new hobby or endeavor, it''s easy to get suckered into buying things that you think you need but eventually find that you don''t, at least not in the beginning.
It''s the return of king Dollar! At least for this week as broad risk sentiment soured on Thursday thanks to rapidly rising bond yields. Traders fled risk assets ...