Arthur is a stock market and currency expert with a vast experience in market research and investment consulting. Dedicated Forex trader and financial practitioner, keen on testing new trading techniques and investment strategies.
Favorite trading instruments
- ‘Safe Haven’ assets: Gold, CHF, JPY
- US and China Stocks
- Minor pairs: USD/RUB, USD/MXN, USD/TRY
Preferred market analysis
Fundamental analysis involving current macroeconomic data and geopolitical events, analysis of changes in monetary policies, central banks’ minutes, historical analysis of major economic reports, correlation analysis.
Risk-seeking aggressive intraday trading with tight money management, momentum trading.
Arthur reckons that a profitable trading strategy is a brainchild of the trader finely combining market knowledge and trading experience.
“The most difficult thing for a rookie trader is to understand that losing trades is part and parcel of consistent profitable trading. Although it is a very simple concept, it takes years of patience and hard work to put this fact into practice.”
Is a rate hike in September really possible?
The New Zealand Dollar fell sharply against its American peer as the US Dollar is still recovering from a heavy selloff.
Is the Brexit impact to the economy a myth?
The new data soothed the worries about the adverse impact of Brexit on the UKs economy.
The oil price is exceeding the markets expectations
The oil prices climb to a three-week high as, which is now reaching almost 10%. Even though the gain is visible then experts are looking for balance.
The Japanese stocks surge to a two-month high
As the Japanese were celebrating the US took over the stock market reaching record highs.
China is under pressure as economy halts.
The Chinese economy tries to become a lot more independent, but it adds a lot of pressure to the market. Growth has been on a standstill multiple quarters now.
Gold erased previous gains as Oil demand left the red zone
Brent left the red zone completely as the gasoline reserves shrank noticeably. Gold erased gains as the stimulus from New Zealand allows the investors to boost their positions in risk assets while cutting the wages with gold
Another rate bites the dust
Everything changes in the market in a matter of hours. Today already the US Dollar declines against its major peers as lacklustre Non-Farm Productivity fell the third quarter in a row.
The Dollar looks upbeat as the Pound struggles
The Friday payrolls data showed robust growth of the labour market in the US, which helps the local economy to regain confidence.
Oil prices soar as the risk appetite grows
According to the Baker Hughes report, the number of oil rigs in the US increased for the sixth week in a row, rekindling concerns of US Oil producers about the global surplus. Experts are afraid that the risks may collapse the market segment.