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Waiting for a Buy Signal in Gold, S&P500 Approaching Key Level, 29th June...

Posted on June 30th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | No Comments
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Gold – Gold pulling back, looking for a buy signal to get long

As we discussed in this week’s weekly market outlook, we are waiting for a further pullback in Gold followed by a price action buy signal on the 1 hr, 4hr or daily chart time frame to get long and trade in-line with the uptrend. We would ideally look to buy closer to 1256 – 1242 key support zone but would consider a long entry slightly above that zone if a strong 4hr or daily chart buy signal forms.

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S&P500 – Price recovers but key resistance level looming

Following the dramatic sell-off last Friday in the wake of the Brexit voting results, the S&P500 has recovered this week and reclaimed 2040 – 2060 area, however key resistance up near 2114 remains and is still containing price. As we mentioned in the members weekly trade setups newsletter this week, we will look to sell near that resistance if we get an obvious price action sell signal there.

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In the members daily trade setups newsletter, we discuss potential trade setups and detailed analysis on EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD, NZDUSD, AUDNZD, USDJPY, Gold, Crude Oil, S&P500 and more. For more information on the members daily trade setups newsletter, click here.

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Weekly Market Commentary – Trading the BREXIT Fallout – June 27th...

Posted on June 27th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | No Comments
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It was a wild 48 hours of trading late last week in the FX markets, particularly in the GBPUSD and GBP crosses. Heading into the UK referendum (Brexit) vote, the market was pricing in a 75% chance that the UK would remain in the European Union, which saw the price of the GBPUSD move up into 1.5000 level initially. However, as the voting numbers started rolling in, it quickly became clear that the majority of voters (although only marginally) where in favor of leaving the European Union (Brexit). The realization of Brexit saw traders sell GBP currency against all other global currencies; the GBPUSD collapsed over 10%, moving back into mid 1.3000’s region on intra-day movement. As the votes started, we initially saw prices surge higher, then lower, then back up before the big crash. In our previous weekly market commentary, we had warned this volatility was possible and to avoid trading around the Brexit vote. We sincerely hope nobody got caught on the wrong side of the huge market swings on Friday.

Since the initial Brexit vote, there has been a huge push for a fresh referendum by voters who wanted Britain to remain part of the Euro-zone. More than 2.5 million people have already signed a  parliamentary petition calling for a second Brexit vote. This puts some doubt on the future of the UK and the influence the results of the vote will have on parliament, it’s clear many people are still divided on the idea of staying or leaving the EU. This might have an impact on markets this week and in the weeks to come, but it’s too early to tell at this point. You can read more about the push for a re-vote here.

GBPUSD – Sterling/dollar sells-off following BREXIT vote

As per the notes above regarding BREXIT, the GBPUSD has collapsed in what was the largest one day move in the GBPUSD ever. Price has collapsed through major support at 1.3800-1.4050 area and whilst below that level the selling should remain persistent. It’s not a foregone conclusion that price will remain subdued though, and we must expect the unexpected given the current market climate. The GBPUSD will have wider spreads in the coming days / weeks ahead to reflect increase volatility, and traders should expect huge movement in the short-term, potentially 1% + swings on a continuous basis as the market tries to find it’s fair value and liquidity returns.  Traders need to run wide stops this week and be aware holding any positions carries increased risk whilst volatility remains, and most certainly avoid holding over weekend. Be sure to check our members trade setups newsletter throughout the week for updates on this pair.

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EURUSD – Euro/dollar lower after BREXIT but volatility expected to continue

Most market participants would have thought the EURUSD pair would have sold-off more aggressively in the wake of BREXIT, but the market paired half it’s losses on Friday. Given the way the chart looks after Friday’s strong buying off the lows, it’s too early to tell what direction this pair really wants to trade and it might be a good idea to sit on the sidelines until more price action unfolds and provides more clues for trading opportunities.

There is a key level at 1.1100 that is currently holding prices, and a continued move lower and facilitation below this level suggests more weakness.  It’s important not to automatically associate a correlation between EURUSD and GBPUSD from here on out, after all the UK and Europe are due to ‘divorce’ and their economies are indeed due for major change. As traders, we just need to be aware that the EURUSD and GBPUSD charts must be analyzed as unique pairs and they will trade to their own tune. We must continue to let the price action guide us, as always.  We will be waiting for a clean price action signal before committing to a direction or trade on this pair. Traders need to run wide stops this week and be aware holding any positions carries increased risk whilst volatility remains, and most certainly avoid holding over weekend.

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AUDUSD – Aussie/dollar volatile in wake of BREXIT vote

Last week as volatility picked up in the AUDUSD, price originally connected above 0.7500 and tested 0.7640, before rotating completely back down to test the 0.7320 support which was relevant last week as well. The market remains well bid at 0.7320 so that is the line in the sand to mark this week. On the upside the key levels are at 0.7500 and 0.7640 and appear to be strong containment for the market in the near term.  We could see the market go either way this week as the current market climate remains volatile and challenging. We favor the upside if support holds and will be watching for buy signals, however, we also favor the downside if bearish price action evidence develops, in which case price will likely then retreat back to or below 0.7320. Check the members daily commentary for updates on potential trades on this pair this week.

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GOLD – Gold explodes higher after pullback to support zone

In our previous weekly market commentary, we discussed looking to buy Gold between $1242 – $1256 area on any pullbacks. We can see that last week price provided a nice opportunity for us to buy in that support range as it pulled right back into it before exploding higher on Friday in the wake of the BREXIT vote. We remain bullish on this market and will be watching support levels closely for buying opportunities on any pullbacks in the coming days.

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OIL – Crude Oil remains subdued under resistance

Crude Oil stayed contained under overhead resistance last week. Below 50.50 and 51.63 recent resistance zone and we are biased to the short side, however, any re-connection back up through these highs invalidates that bearish view. If the bears win this ‘war’, one could expect the market to try to trade lower into obvious support at $46 and then $42.50-80 area. Look for sell signals on the 1 hour, 4 hour or daily charts to consider selling opportunities on any short-term pockets of strength this week and check our members newsletter for updates.

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Weekly Market Commentary, June 23rd 2016 BREXIT Vote

Posted on June 20th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | No Comments
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EURUSD and GBPUSD – Expect increased volatility as Brexit vote looms…

We’re steering clear of EURUSD and GBPUSD headed into the British Referendum (Brexit Vote) scheduled for later this week (June 23rd – 24th). The timeline for the vote is as follows:

Voting will get underway on June 23rd and the counting of votes will commence at 10pm on the 23rd after the polls close. The final result will be announced around “Breakfast time” on Friday June 24th. You can view a full estimated breakdown of the result times Electoral Commission’s website. The key thing to keep in mind this week is that volatility will likely be high, especially later in the week and as a result, most brokers will increase margin requirements as they expect major price volatility and gaps, so be prepared.

We officially have no view and are not sure if the Brexit will be a “yes” or “no” vote. The charts and key levels become far less relevant this week given the expected volatility and uncertainty surrounding this vote. We strongly suggest not trying to be a ‘hero’ by gambling on the outcome of the British referendum this week.

If the Brexit vote result is a “leave” the GBPUSD market is expected to drop 10 to 15% lower almost instantly, we might slide even further but that selling may not sustain itself, so expect a recovery higher if prices over shoot to the downside too quickly.

If Brexit vote is a “stay”, the GBPUSD market will most likely push up at least 5% instantly and attempt to trade into the mid 1.50 region Before the announcement, traders will be watching short-term key support and resistance levels for opportunities.

The GBPUSD key levels are 1.4720 and 1.4050. The EURUSD key levels are 1.1415 and 1.1100. However, remember, after the announcement, key levels become almost irrelevant in the wake of heightened volatility.

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GOLD – Gold upward track intact

We remain long (upward) biased on Gold whilst above the major support at $1190-$1200. This market has exploded higher after testing that area three weeks ago and has now reclaimed a short-term support area around $1235 to $1244. Any rotation lower would be a potential buying opportunity. We are watching the near-term support around $1242 – $1256 and we are specifically waiting for a price action buy signal before committing to a long position. Note that the Brexit vote may have major implications for Gold if the vote result is “leave”, so traders should be mindful of that. Follow our members daily newsletter for potential trade ideas and developments this week etc.

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AUDUSD – Aussie/dollar key levels for this week

Once again this week, 0.7500 key resistance to the upside will be a critical level to watch as price gets closer to it. To the downside 0.7285 support is the near-term line in the sand for bulls. Short-term traders can look to play both sides of this market this week, with the first move likely to be a move higher from support, back up into resistance, and potentially further rotation depending on volatility. Obviously, volatility will pick up later in the week as the Brexit vote may have major implications for AUDUSD if the vote result is “leave”, so traders should be mindful of that.

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S&P500 – S&P500 hanging in between resistance and support

For the S&P500, it all depends on 2075 – 2080 resistance on the upside and 2022 – 2030 support to the downside this week. Short-term traders can play both sides of this market this week.  A move above resistance could trigger a move back up to recent highs, however if price reverses at resistance, we could see a move back down into support. A move into support could be a buying opportunity, but a failure of support signals further downside. Obviously, volatility will pick up later in the week as the Brexit vote may have major implications for S&P500 if the vote result is “leave”, so traders should be mindful of that. Be sure to follow our members daily trade setups newsletter for potential trade ideas and developments this week etc.

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Potential Trades on GBPUSD and AUDUSD, 15th June 2016

Posted on June 16th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | No Comments
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GBPUSD – Sterling/dollar remains contained under key levels

The GBPUSD has continued to weaken so far this week, and as we discussed in our weekly outlook this week we are still looking to sell on strength, in-line with the bearish momentum. Traders can look for price action sell signals up near the containment area / range of resistance near 1.4350 to 1.4500 on any temporary strength in prices.

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AUDUSD – Aussie/dollar trading just below key resistance

As we discussed in the weekly outlook this week, it all depends on 0.7490 – 0.7500 key resistance level for the AUDUSD currently. We are still looking to be short on any strength below that level, either on a price action confirmation signal or on a blind entry at the level (or very close to it). A convincing close above 0.7500 would void our bearish bias.

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Weekly Trade Setups Ideas & Market Analysis – June 13th to 17th 2016

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EURUSD – Euro/dollar stays contained under key resistance zone, forms fakey

In the chart below we can see the EURUSD remained contained under 1.1410 – 1.1440 key resistance zone last week. You will also notice there was a failed breakout to the upside of an inside bar pattern, which resulted in a bearish fakey signal last week. It looks like this market could rotate completely back down into the recent lows around 1.1100 area. If prices rotate higher, we will look to sell, ideally on a 1 hour, 4 hour or daily chart reversal signal. Keep an eye on the members trade setups newsletter throughout the week for potential trade signals on this pair.

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GBPUSD –  Sterling/dollar continues to weaken under key resistance

In our previous GBPUSD commentary from June 9th, we discussed that we were bearish whilst price was contained under 1.4730 key resistance and looking to sell on any near-term strength. Hopefully, some of you caught last weeks move lower, but for those of you who didn’t, we can look to sell on any move higher this week, either on a blind entry or with a price action confirmation signal on the 1 hour, 4 hour or daily chart. Watch resistance near 1.4430 – 1.4350 as a potential sell-zone. We would stress caution around the “Brexit” vote on June 23rd, which is a referendum about whether or not Britain will stay in the Euro-zone. We don’t recommend holding positions during that time or over the weekend around the event.

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AUDUSD – Aussie/dollar reverses at key resistance level, heads lower

The AUDUSD reversed to the downside last week after running into the key resistance at 0.7490. In our previous weekly trade setups outlook, we discussed looking to sell the AUDUSD on a blind entry at 0.7490. If this resistance at 0.7490 – 0.7500 area continues to hold, we expect the downtrend to continue and prices to grind back down into 0.7150 support. This week, look to sell on strength on bearish a price action confirmation signal. A break and close above .7490 -.7500 resistance will void our bearish view.

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Crude Oil – False-break above $50 may lead to further declines in Oil

Crude Oil moved up last week to just above $50.90 long-term resistance and reversed there, creating a false break of that level. This is not the major exhaustion we had expected, but it is a bearish price pattern nonetheless and we now have a tentative short bias (downward bias) whilst price remains below $50.90 major resistance. This week, if prices rotate back up into $50 – 50.90 resistance, we might see a price action reversal signal to confirm a potential selling opportunity. Keep an eye on the members newsletter for potential trading opportunities on this market.

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Gold – Gold surges up from key support area

We remain long (upward) biased on Gold whilst above the major support at $1190-$1200. This market has exploded higher after testing that area two weeks ago and has now reclaimed a short-term support area around $1235 to $1244. Any rotation lower would be a potential buying opportunity. Conservative traders can keep a close eye on the 1 hour and 4 hour and daily charts for a price action buy signal this week, or for those more aggressive, consider a blind entry around that short-term support at $1235-$1244.

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GBPUSD Still Contained Under Resistance as ‘Brexit’ Vote Looms, 9th...

Posted on June 10th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | No Comments
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GBPUSD – Sterling/dollar bearish tails as resistance continues to contain price

As discussed in our previous commentary on the GBPUSD, the key resistance level up near 1.4730 continued to contain price this week. Note the bearish upper tails on the daily bars from this week, indicating the sell pressure continuing under that resistance. In our previous commentary we also discussed looking to sell this pair on strength whilst under 1.4730, which would have yielded a good entry this week for anyone who entered as price retraced higher. We see potential for prices to continue weakening in the coming days whilst under that 1.4730 level. We would stress caution around the “Brexit” vote on June 23rd, which is a referendum about whether or not Britain will stay in the Euro-zone. We don’t recommend holding positions during that time or over the weekend around the event.

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Weekly Trade Setups Ideas & Market Analysis – June 6th to 10th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here GBPUSD - Sterling/dollar resistance continues to contain price In the GBPUSD daily chart below, you can see a strong level of resistance at 1.4730 area, notice that this level has contained price... Continue Reading

Here’s Why I Think the S&P500 is About to Surge Higher – 31st...

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Here’s Why I Think the S&P500 is About to Surge Higher – 31st May 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here S&P500 - S&P500 bulls continue to push prices higher In the weekly market outlook, we discussed being bullish on the S&P500 and would be looking to buy pullbacks to support. Notice... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 30th to June 3rd 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 30th to June 3rd 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar continues to lose ground As per our comments in last week's trade ideas and chart analysis, the AUDUSD continues to stay contained under 0.7250 resistance. Below that... Continue Reading

AUDUSD Remains Technically Weak, Gold Approaching Long-Term Value – 25th...

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AUDUSD Remains Technically Weak, Gold Approaching Long-Term Value – 25th May 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar technical view remains weak As we have discussed in our recent commentaries, the AUDUSD is in a downtrend and it is looking very bearish under the technical resistance at... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 23rd to 27th 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 23rd to 27th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here EURUSD- Euro/dollar update Since discussing the bearish daily pin bar and bearish bias on EURUSD under the 1.1420 key level in our members weekly commentary last fortnight, the EURUSD price has... Continue Reading

The Aussie Dollar is in Free Fall – Here’s How I’m Trading...

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The Aussie Dollar is in Free Fall – Here’s How I’m Trading It, 19th May 2016
AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar bears continue to push price lower The AUDUSD continued lower yesterday following a brief retrace higher on Tuesday which I mentioned in recent members daily newsletters and in the live forum as a selling opportunity. In-line with our views in this week's weekly forex... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 16th to 20th 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 16th to 20th 2016
EURUSD - Euro/dollar bears still in control, at least temporarily As we discussed last week in our members trade setups newsletters, the EURUSD false-broke above 1.1450 recently and near-term we see this pair as being more bearish. Whilst under the high of the daily chart pin bar from May 6th,... Continue Reading

Price Action on NZDUSD & AUDUSD Suggests More Weakness To Come –...

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Price Action on NZDUSD & AUDUSD Suggests More Weakness To Come – 12th May 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: NZDUSD - Kiwi/dollar stalls at resistance Notice the small bearish reversal bar that formed today in the NZDUSD, in-line with the recent sell-off we saw in this... Continue Reading

Selling The AUDUSD Pair Under 0.7490 Resistance – May 10th to 11th 2016

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Selling The AUDUSD Pair Under 0.7490 Resistance – May 10th to 11th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Looking to sell AUDUSD up near 0.7490 resistance Back in our May 3rd commentary we discussed our view of looking to sell the AUDUSD following the huge... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 9th to 13th 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 9th to 13th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar continues to lose ground In our May 3rd commentary, we called for more downside in the AUDUSD and we can see it lost significant ground... Continue Reading

Bearish Reversal on AUDUSD Suggests More Downside to Come – 3rd to 4th...

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Bearish Reversal on AUDUSD Suggests More Downside to Come – 3rd to 4th May 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar bearish reversal could signal more losses The AUDUSD put in a huge reversal today after the RBA cut interest rates. This market is now... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 2nd to 6th 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, May 2nd to 6th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: EURUSD  –Euro/dollar bulls in control again In our previous comments on the EURUSD, we discussed that price needed to close above 1.1400 to invalidate the... Continue Reading

GBPUSD Daily Chart Suggests Buying Opportunity – 27th April 2016

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GBPUSD Daily Chart Suggests Buying Opportunity – 27th April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: GBPUSD - Potential Sterling/dollar buying opportunity The GBPUSD has surged higher in recent weeks following a reversal down at 1.4050 key support a few weeks... Continue Reading

Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, April 25th to 29th 2016

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Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis For The Week Ahead, April 25th to 29th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: EURUSD  - Euro/dollar rotates down from resistance after pin bar Last week's price action in the EURUSD has forced us to amend our previous bullish bias to a... Continue Reading

AUDNZD Buying Opportunity – 20th to 21st April 2016

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AUDNZD Buying Opportunity – 20th to 21st April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDNZD - Aussie/Kiwi buying opportunity The AUDNZD daily chart shows several strong up days from support at 1.1050, which we can see in the chart below. We have... Continue Reading

Crude Oil Remains Strong, SPI200 Australia Index Surges Higher from Support,...

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Crude Oil Remains Strong, SPI200 Australia Index Surges Higher from Support, 19th April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: Crude Oil - Crude Oil bulls remain in control In our members weekly trade setups newsletter this week, we discussed support near 39.00 - 38.50 being a good area... Continue Reading

Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 18th to 22nd 2016

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Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 18th to 22nd 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: EURUSD - Euro/dollar retracing toward key support level 1.1150 is the line in the sand for the EURUSD bulls, the market really needs to see strong support at... Continue Reading

Waiting For a Signal on EURGBP – 13th to 14th April 2016

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Waiting For a Signal on EURGBP – 13th to 14th April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: EURGBP - Euro/sterling approaching potential buy levels The EURGBP has obviously been in a sustained uptrend for some time now. Currently, it's in the middle... Continue Reading

AUDUSD Surges Higher, Gold Higher after Inside Pin Bar Breakout – 12th...

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AUDUSD Surges Higher, Gold Higher after Inside Pin Bar Breakout – 12th April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar rallies after test of support The AUDUSD has surged higher since hitting support down near 0.7490 late last week. Note in our previous... Continue Reading

Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 11th to 15th 2016

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Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 11th to 15th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: EURUSD – Euro/dollar remains bullish but key resistance looms overhead The EURUSD daily chart remains bullish, however major resistance at 1.1470 is still... Continue Reading

AUDUSD Approaching Near-term Support, Crude Oil Hits Target, 5th April 2016

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AUDUSD Approaching Near-term Support, Crude Oil Hits Target, 5th April 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar pulls back to near-term support The AUDUSD has fallen back to the support at 0.7490 that we discussed in this week's weekly forex... Continue Reading

Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 4th to 8th 2016

Posted on April 4th, 2016 | by | in Forex Trading Commentary | 1 Comment
Weekly Forex Trade Ideas & Chart Analysis, April 4th to 8th 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDUSD - Aussie/dollar strength continues, looking to buy The AUDUSD remains in a strong uptrend and so we want to look for weakness (pullbacks) within the... Continue Reading

Potential Buying Opportunity in AUDNZD Approaching, 30th March 2016

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Potential Buying Opportunity in AUDNZD Approaching, 30th March 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: AUDNZD - Aussie/Kiwi approaching key support / buy zone The AUDNZD continues to pullback toward the key support zone between 1.0980 - 1.0860, and as we have... Continue Reading

S&P500 Bullish Run Continues Following Pin Bar Signal, 29th March 2016

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S&P500 Bullish Run Continues Following Pin Bar Signal, 29th March 2016
Note: We Use ‘New York Close Charts’ – Get Our Preferred Charts & Trading Platform Here Trade Setups / Chart in Focus: S&P500 - S&P pushing higher after pin bar signal The S&P500 rallied today after consolidating yesterday following the bullish pin bar signal we... Continue Reading

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