I was born in Palo Alto, Stanford California but raised in Barcelona. I speak Catalan, English and Spanish.
I strongly support the right of Catalan people to decide weather to keep being part of Spain or to leave to become a new state in Europe.
I Got a degree in Economics for the University of Barcelona and an executive training at IESE Business School (PDD 2000).
I got involved in the Forex internet world in 1997 as a webmaster of a Forex advisory firm and late 1999 I started FXstreet.com with the help of a designer and a programmer that are now my partners at FXstreet.com.
The success of the site lead us to create the company FOREXSTREET SL in 2001, to leave our jobs and to focus on the site's growth.
Currently I hold the position of President at FXstreet.com. My daily duties are attending the feedback from visitors, partners, collaborators and clients and developing new business lines for the company along with supervising the application of the strategy dessigned to reinforce our core business.
FXstreet's Forex Social site www.forexstreet.net is now one of my priorities.
I love basketball and I'm a fan of FC Barcelona both basketball and Football team (Soccer for Americans).
I've got two beautiful daughters and we all live in Barcelona.
I do not trade Forex nor any other financial instrument
Deutsche Bank - "The dollar is fast losing its status as the market’s consensus trade. Speculative longs fell for the sixth week in a row. However, speculative longs adjusted for open interest remain the second largest in G10, after NZD. At the same time, EUR longs were added to. The TFF report shows that fast money was responsible as leverage funds turned short USD while EUR longs were added to, meaning net EUR/USD positions are now +34% long. However asset managers positioning was exactly the…See More
I just joined this very good site! Thank you for bringing a lot of relevant links and comments to this forex community. I was so surprised to see EURUSD break 1,3350 on Friday. Now I just hope that it reverses. I can not imagine that S&P 500 should continue its bull run, not to mention the Nikkei 225 that should break its back very soon. I believe that risk returns to the market this coming week, and that we will se a reversal of EURUSD back below 1,33. Maybe this could be the time to add some long-term positions? We will see :-)
Dear Francesc, can you kindly provide this forum with your technical outlook for the coming week in respect of the currency pair USD/JPY. Furthermore do you think a resistance of $92.93 is attainable by the end of next week? Kind regards, Kevin