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Bleeding USD

Looking at the events for Tuesday, 06 May 2014, we would have expected to see a normal, quiet trading day. Early in the morning, (for European traders) the RBA was announcing that they decided to maintain the official interest rate unchanged at 2.5%. A few new words in their statement were actually saying the same thing as the last statement said. In my opinion, from this point of view, there were no reasons to quit building long Aussie dollar positions.If Tuesday would have been a normal and…See More
May 7
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The Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets

Mario Draghi, Shinzo Abe, Haruhiko Kuroda, Mark Carney and Ben Bernanke* are what I call the Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets. *Janet Yellen is new and she did nothing ‘till now to deserve a place in this music band.Mario DraghiIn the last 2 years, the ECB enjoyed the cheapest monetary policy, thanks to Mario Draghi’s magic words “whatever it takes”. While FED, BoE or BoJ had to print money to “save” their economies, investors bought Europe based on the safety net offered by ECB’s…See More
Apr 25
Daologic commented on Arenoosh's blog post The Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets
"Hello Arenoosh! I have to admit you are a talented writer. How much time untill you write the Harry Poter of financial markets? I also like you analysis per se! All the best! P.S. Why so rare lately?"
Apr 25
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How much is too much?

While most of us were enjoying the weekend, Mario Draghi – the ECB president – hold a press conference in Washington DC. The key of his statement was that a further strengthening of the euro exchange rate would require more loosening in the European Central Bank's monetary policy to keep the overall policy stance as accommodative as it is now. This is the reason for the today’s eur/usd gap.As usual, he gave no numbers, no thresholds to guide us to understand how much is too much. "I have always…See More
Apr 14
talisman commented on Arenoosh's blog post Show me the money !
"good observation"
Apr 1
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Show me the money !

Have you ever seen the movie “Jerry Maguire”? If you didn’t, you should! That’s a damn good movie. My favourite scene is when he is yelling in his office: “SHOW ME THE MONEY”!!!This is something that I do too when I do not understand what the heck is happening in the market and I don’t see where the money are going. For…See More
Apr 1
Arenoosh commented on Arenoosh's blog post GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD
"Thank you all for your comments. Indy - as I said it in my article - it might be too early to call a top for eur/usd as the divergence is only at the beginning. However, I do not think 1.4100 will be hit any time soon. In my opinion, the top will be…"
Mar 19
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GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD

In my last analysis about Gbp/Usd I was saying that the RSI on the daily chart indicates that the bulls are somehow tired. Today the cable made a new lower low and this intrigued me: why is the GBP sold? It is not only against USD but against all the other currencies. There was no surprising bad numbers lately, no dovish statements, no nothing. If you ask me, the British economy is the only one in the world that at this moment is really recovering. If the selling would have come in a general…See More
Mar 19
Daologic commented on Arenoosh's blog post GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD
"Interesting article. What I realy think is that no one (banks) can anticipate the future. On the other hand, the EZ fundamentals are improving and...EZ has a very wealthy and strong trade balance. I don't expect a full reversal very soon. Only…"
Mar 19
Dominik T. Dolinar commented on Arenoosh's blog post GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD
"I'm with Indy on this one.. i too believe that eu will pop higher than everyone is expecting, followed by big reversal, but all shorts above 1.41 will be very profitable"
Mar 19
Indy commented on Arenoosh's blog post GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD
"how about a quick pop up to 1.41 or slightly higher, to reinforce bullish sentiment, then a big dive down to 1.31? Regards Indy"
Mar 19
talisman commented on Arenoosh's blog post GBP/USD diverging from EUR/USD
"i think you ve written an intriguing and interesting article.  not sure how tradable this information is but its an interesting observation none the less, thx"
Mar 18
Arenoosh's blog post was featured

Copper's domino effect

March 11 - the day when the copper might have been the trigger for a domino game in the financial markets. The first piece dropped last week without anyone paying attention and seems like the second piece – in his way to the ground - is about to reach the third one. What seemed to be a calm week, with only a few risk events on the investor’s agenda could transform in a big storm.Although none of the analysts could give a clear figure for how much copper is now tied up in deals, they estimates…See More
Mar 12
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The Island of Stability

For more than one month, I build a strong case for shorting the euro, bringing many fundamentals to support my idea, as also some technical patterns who were suggesting that it “might work”. I, as many other traders, were waiting for Mr Draghi to pull the trigger during his press conference, yesterday. However, something really strange happened yesterday morning, six hours before the ECB press conference: the euro-bund dropped from 144.67 till 142.45. How is it possible to sell so aggressively…See More
Mar 7
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Are we back to the "risk off" sentiment?

In the last few days, I tried to understand better the Crimea conflict and mostly why Putin sent his Panzers there. Asking around, I got this answer:A Frenchman, a German and a Russian were bragging about their countries.The Frenchman: we have modern cars. We use Renault to travel in France and the Peugeot when we go outside of France.The German: we have modern cars too. We use Volkswagen when we travel in Germany and Mercedes when we go out.The Russian: we also use different brands when we…See More
Mar 4
Srinivas dev commented on Arenoosh's blog post Eur/Usd: secondary bullish trend in main bearish trend
"that is good and this euro  bund where can we get more  information and  could you  explain  further"
Feb 20

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I am an avid follower of the markets and I began my activity as an investor in the stock market a few years ago and then moved into the Forex market 2 years later drove by the higher potential that the FX global market offers.
My economic studies, previous banking experience and mostly being first a stock market investor made its mark on my trading style as, in an area where most of the players are day-traders, looking at the smaller time frame charts, I make my trades based on an accurate macroeconomic analysis and looking mostly at daily/weekly charts.
I apply with success in the Forex, theories, indicators and my own systems which was ideated and created for the stock market as the Dow Theory or Marc Chaikin’s indicator. My analysis and trading ideas are not limited on the foreign exchange market but I try to trade any opportunity that the market offers as commodities, stocks, indexes, ETF and other instruments.
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Bleeding USD

Posted on May 7, 2014 at 8:03am 0 Comments

Looking at the events for Tuesday, 06 May 2014, we would have expected to see a normal, quiet trading day. Early in the morning, (for European traders) the RBA was announcing that they decided to maintain the official interest rate unchanged at 2.5%. A few new words in their statement were actually saying the same thing as the last statement said. In my opinion, from this point of view, there were no reasons to quit building long Aussie dollar positions.

If Tuesday would have been a…

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The Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets

Posted on April 24, 2014 at 8:11pm 1 Comment

Mario Draghi, Shinzo Abe, Haruhiko Kuroda, Mark Carney and Ben Bernanke* are what I call the Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets. *Janet Yellen is new and she did nothing ‘till now to deserve a place in this music band.

Mario Draghi

In the last 2 years, the ECB enjoyed the cheapest monetary policy, thanks to Mario Draghi’s magic words “whatever it takes”. While FED, BoE or BoJ had to print money to “save” their economies, investors bought Europe based on the safety…

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How much is too much?

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 6:16am 0 Comments

While most of us were enjoying the weekend, Mario Draghi – the ECB president – hold a press conference in Washington DC. The key of his statement was that a further strengthening of the euro exchange rate would require more loosening in the European Central Bank's monetary policy to keep the overall policy stance as accommodative as it is now. This is the reason for the today’s eur/usd gap.

As usual, he gave no numbers, no thresholds to guide us to understand how much is too much. "I…

Continue

Show me the money !

Posted on April 1, 2014 at 10:22am 1 Comment

Have you ever seen the movie “Jerry Maguire”? If you didn’t, you should! That’s a damn good movie. My favourite scene is when he is yelling in his office: “SHOW ME THE MONEY”!!!

This is…

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At 10:21pm on March 23, 2014, Joe Lanburner said…

Some interesting blog posts.

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