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Friday, 27 November 2015

The US Dollar Could Decline in 2016

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The Fed will likely raise interest rates in December. Hikes should be gradual, while monetary policy will remain accommodative. What could happen to US stocks and the US dollar?

Saturday, 3 October 2015

Short-Term Trading: GBPUSD


The market is oversold. There is a divergence between the RSI indicator and prices on the daily/weekly charts.

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Friday, 25 September 2015

EURUSD: Will It Decline Further Short-Term?

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The Fed is holding rates steady, while Europe might increase its quantitative easing program. What will happen to the EUR/USD?

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Fed’s Decision is Under the Lens

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The U.S. Federal Reserve will meet this week to discuss rates. What could happen to U.S. stock markets?

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Greece says: “NO”!

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The Greek referendum results could not have been clearer and louder. Greeks are fed up of years of poverty and broken promises, the latter mostly from local politicians. What could happen in the financial markets now?

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Is The Eurozone Rebounding?

Its economy is improving and could strengthen by year-end. Germany continues as the leading force, while Spain is growing at double the pace of the European average. The secular US dollar uptrend is intact, but could temporarily lose steam in the second part of 2015.