• Is it time to make risky decisions?

    There is strong trading happening with USD/CAD, as GBP still remains under pressure and is heading towards a bullish engulfing.

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  • Is Bitcoin taking over Gold value?

    Bitcoin is on an unstoppable rally, which now makes it almost worth more than Gold.

  • Dark clouds are circling the Australian Dollar

    Dollar is maintaining gains as FED officials are clearing up their stance of the US economy. The pound is still sitting still, as new problems arise from Brexit predictions.

  • Is Europe back on the recovery path?

    The Dollar holds gains, as the Pound is sinking lower than before. We can see a rather surprising upturn on the Euro, as Eurozone CPI came in line with forecast of 2.0%.

  • Is Euro finally gaining momentum?

    It’s time to buy EUR/USD and Gold, as there is bullish engulfing in the 4-hour chart, therefore we should try to buy the asset away from the middle point of this engulfing.

  • Will OPEC do more cuts to balance supply?

    Trump again masterfully dodged to give a clear overview of taxation, government spending and financial regulations for the financial markets, although some investors noticed hints on the infrastructure spending.

  • Investors sail to safe harbours

    It seems that the low tide of the Dollar is only temporary as market segments suggest a rise after the Congress meeting.

  • The US Congress meeting has investors on edge

    The Dollar weakens ahead of Trump’s speech, as Oil advances because China is dealing with decline.

  • USD/CAD is bouncing back

    After two two consecutive losing sessions, the USD/CAD has started to show minor gains in the start of this week. Take advantage of any rebounds towards 1.3380 to sell the pair.

  • Dollar drifts on Fed’s lack of optimism, while euro advances on eased political concerns

    FOMC February meeting minutes released on Wednesday failed to provide support for the bulls to manage a sustainable breakout above 101.50. After rising for a while before the release of the minutes, the dollar fell on mixed Fed comments on the need for raising rates. According to the release, officials expect a moderate increase in […]

  • How did the FOMC minutes affect the Euro?

    The FED had another meeting and the good news is that many of the representatives are expecting the interest rates to go up quite soon.

  • Will the UK go through a migration shock?

    Pound trims down declines bouncing off the 1.24 level. It is mainly upheld by investors beliefs that the final design of Brexit won’t slow the deep dissensions with the European government.

  • Investors are questioning the stability of EU, should you?

    It is too early for the Dollar to play against the crowd’s demand and even the FED talks have been side-lined. Is ECB reducing the size of the asset-purchase program?

  • Oil is heading in the right direction

    Brexit restrains the growth of the UK economy, as the Dollar is off to a good start of the week.