Using Currencies To Time Equity Moves
Dec 20 2009, 10:11 - 0 Comments
As many traders and analysts took the advantage of this growing correlation between asset classes to forecast movements in one market by analyzing the changes.
Sep 14 2008, 06:05 - 0 Comments
There are plenty of self-selected experts online promoting their secret method to succeeding in the world of investing.
Euro Profitability chance against 1.4672
Aug 24 2008, 07:10 - 0 Comments
As long as price is above 1.4672 (ideally, price remains above 1.4744), we still suggest bullish and expecting even a minor rally to at least 1.4980 if you don't count the Fibonacci zone, which does not begin until 1.5168. Support line is at 1.4770 coming much below there would begin to put in doubt the bullish outlook, if so, still a risky game unless support line will reach and be stable for a while.
CAD High Reward to Risk Trade
Aug 13 2008, 09:40 - 0 Comments
Currently, there is a high reward / risk short USDCAD opportunity.
USD Countertrend Decline Should Last a Few Days
Aug 12 2008, 11:58 - 0 Comments
A countertrend USD decline should be underway reaching EURUSD 1.5083, GBPUSD 1.5250, and USDJPY 107.90. The EURUSD reached 1.4815 this morning.
Can The USD Bullish behavior continue with Fed Hike Forecasts Fading?
Aug 07 2008, 07:40 - 0 Comments
Credit Market - What's going on basically? After a boost of top economic event risk, the USD has come through this past week with a more promising outlook for growth as well as diminished potential for a Fed rate hike this year.
May 25 2008, 06:30 - 0 Comments
Some questions will be discussed here, is the EUR headed Back to 1.60? and can the GBP remain in the levels of 1.97-1.98 and higher? The Vulnerabilities of the US Dollars The US Dollars weakened significantly this past week as rising oil prices revealed the vulnerabilities of the United States economy.
May 23 2008, 05:19 - 0 Comments
Oil prices are rising and the US dollar is falling, but is this the natural relationship between these two assets? Taking a look back at the two prominent oil shocks of the past four decades (1973 and 1979), we see that this is not necessarily the case. 1973 Oil Crisis: Initially Dollar Bullish, Eventually Dollar Bearish In 1973, oil prices jumped 134% when the members of the OAPEC, which is OPEC plus Egypt and Syria, announced that they were no longer shipping oil to nations that supported Israel in its conflict with Syria and Egypt.