Forex Technical Analysis Articles
Cross-Market Technical Update
Friday, 27 February 2015 08:00 GMT | Daily | RSS
See the complete picture as we track technical positioning in stocks, key commodities, and the US Dollar.
Gold prices are attempting to edge higher having held support near the $1200/oz figure while the SPX 500 remains locked in consolidation after rising to a record high.
Forex Strategy Corner
Friday, 27 February 2015 15:00 GMT | Weekly | RSS
Using algorithmic trading software we explore various forex trading strategy topics primarily focusing on trade ideas, execution, and money management techniques.
Instruments covered this week: EUR/USD, USD/JPY & AUD/USD
Commitments of Traders
Monday, 23 February 2015 14:48 GMT | Every Friday | RSS
Weekly Analysis of the CFTC's Commitments of Traders report, showing the positioning of Forex futures traders.
Small traders have flipped to a net short crude oil position for the first time since the week that ended January 24, 2014.
FX Technical Weekly
Friday, 27 February 2015 19:42 GMT | Every Friday | RSS
Two of our Technicals Analysts collaborate to report on the most promising long term technical patterns and trades.
Early month trade is always important but even more for USDJPY next week as the rate begins March near the lower bound of its resistance zone (119.80).
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 17:25 GMT | Monthly | RSS
It is important to understand how different currency pairs move in relation to each other, as it allows traders to understand their exposure.
The US Dollar continues to surge versus the downtrodden Japanese Yen. What could determine whether the USDJPY breaks even higher?
Technical Special Reports
Tuesday, 23 December 2014 17:00 GMT | RSS
Technical Special Reports.
A good trader never stops learning, and here are some of the top lessons our analysts learned, absorbed or suffered from our personal trading in 2014.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 20:00 GMT | RSS
DailyFX brings you powerful Technical Analysis by popular sources beyond our dedicated team.
USDOLLAR once again back at its long-term trend-line – to hold, or not to hold? As I always say, “Trend-lines are to be trusted until broken.” So it is, I will trust it for now.