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Chief Currency Analyst for FXDD and author of "Attacking Currency Trends" (Wiley, April 2011) www.attackingcurrencytrends.ocm). I maintain blogs on FXStreet and for FXDD at I am honored to be a regular webinar presenter for FXStreet. My analysis is largely technical oriented as technical tools allow retail traders to define risk and therefore keep risk to a minimum.
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The Forex WInners and Losers for June 17th

Posted on June 17, 2014 at 11:05pm 0 Comments

The USD was the strongest currency for Tuesday's trading, rising by the most against the AUD. The move lower in the AUDUSD was ignited by a more dovish RBA meeting minutes. In the US, the higher than expected CPI gave the USD a bit of a bid today.  The FOMC meeting will end tomorrow with the…


EURUSD continues the trend down

Posted on January 5, 2012 at 4:22pm 0 Comments

The EURUSD is maintaining the trend lower. The topside trendlined now has three points along the line. The bottom, less steep trendline has 3 points (and one failed break). The sellers are still in control with the 1.2775 level as the bottom target now.   I would look for buyers against this level as it…


It is the day after Christmas, and not a creature is stirring

Posted on December 26, 2011 at 4:39pm 0 Comments

The US dollar is down on the day against all the major currencies except the NZD which suffered continued earthquake tremors over the weekend (the above chart shows the dollars change agains the major currencies). The China/Japan pact over the weekend got the dollar off on the wrong foot and that has…


Effects of ECB Loan Program. Why it is a good thing.

Posted on December 21, 2011 at 3:39pm 0 Comments

The ECB loan program whereby they will extend credit out to 3 years at the average of the ECB's benchmark rate (currently at 1%) was subscribed to the tune of $645 billion today.  This was much larger than expected but I am not surprised.  With the ECB likely to keep rates low for an "extended period of time" (the Feds chosen words, not the ECB's at least publically) now, the money represents virtually fixed liquidity at a low 1% yield or less if the ECB cuts more.  Banks decided to take the…


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