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  1. DailyFX Analysts Shorting Yen As Carry Outlook Improves

    by , 07-30-2008 at 12:53 PM (Analyst Picks)
    Analyst picks for: 2008/07/30
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    Dollar strength expected at the beginning of this week is carrying over to the yen crosses as our analysts prepare for major event risk from the economic docket. Read on to see how we are setting up for the yen:

    Antonio Sousa

    My picks: Short EUR/JPY
    Expertise: Interest Rate Dynamics, Volatility and Sentiment.
    Average Time Frame of Trades: 1 week to 3 months

    Terri Belkas

    My picks: Long USD/JPY
    Expertise: Fundamentals Combined With Technicals
    Average Time Frame of Trades: 1-3 Days

    David Rodriguez

    My picks: CHF/JPY Long
    Expertise: System Trading
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  2. DailyFX Analysts Respond To Weakness In Both The Aussie And Kiwi Dollars

    by , 08-01-2008 at 12:42 PM (Analyst Picks)
    Analyst picks for: 2008/08/01
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    Interest rate forecasts are quickly deteriorating for the high yielding Australian and New Zealand dollars. As the two currencies continue their plunge from recent record highs, DailyFX Analysts look to sustain the move. See what our Analysts are looking at below:


    Antonio Sousa

    My picks: Buy AUD/NZD
    Expertise: Fundamentals, Interest Rate Dynamica, Volatility and Sentiment
    Average Time Frame of Trades: 1 week - 3 months

    Terri Belkas

    My picks: Short EUR/USD
    Expertise: Fundamentals Combined With Technicals
    Average Time Frame of Trades: 1-3 Days


    David Rodriguez ...
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  3. The Learning Curve

    by , 08-05-2008 at 03:45 PM
    The Learning Curve

    Hola from Mexico City! I have another great question from a reader this week. Hopefully the answer will help prevent some of you from making the same mistakes I made when I got started in trading. Read on!

    Question of the Week

    Q) Mr. Ponsi, I found your response to the automated system very interesting. I am in the process of training myself for the Forex....hopefully in the correct way. I realize as well (having worked with a demo account) that you can be "punished" if you do not know what you are doing!

    I would like to know how YOU got to be where you are. Did you have struggles? How long was it before the "light bulb" went off in your head? ...
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  4. The Homer Simpson Breakout

    by , 08-12-2008 at 06:14 PM
    Last week saw a breakout of historic proportions, as the U.S. Dollar got up off of the mat and roared higher across the board, crushing everything in its path. Here we see the Euro – U.S. Dollar currency pair (EUR/USD) crashing back to earth on the weekly chart after hitting a new lifetime high above 1.6000 just a few weeks ago. The pair has found support at a former level of resistance from late last year (see figure 1).


    Figure 1: EUR/USD plunges from a failed ascending triangle. Source: Saxo Bank

    Looking at the chart, I'd have to say the Euro has a very good chance to break this new support level and continue lower, just based on the sheer velocity of the move. An awful lot of people made an awful lot ...
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