Forex Technical Analysis Articles
Cross-Market Technical Update
Thursday, 30 October 2014 06:42 GMT | Daily | RSS
See the complete picture as we track technical positioning in stocks, key commodities, and the US Dollar.
Gold prices tumbled to the lowest level in three weeks en route below the 1200 figure while the longer-term uptrend in the US Dollar appears to have resumed.
Forex Strategy Corner
Thursday, 30 October 2014 13:00 GMT | Weekly | RSS
Using algorithmic trading software we explore various forex trading strategy topics primarily focusing on trade ideas, execution, and money management techniques.
If the broader decline is resuming then this is what we need to see...
Commitments of Traders
Monday, 27 October 2014 16:44 GMT | Every Friday | RSS
Weekly Analysis of the CFTC's Commitments of Traders report, showing the positioning of Forex futures traders.
Not surprisingly, recent Yen strength resulted in big changes in COT data. Net speculative positioning changed the most mid-March.
FX Technical Weekly
Friday, 24 October 2014 17:39 GMT | Every Friday | RSS
Two of our Technicals Analysts collaborate to report on the most promising long term technical patterns and trades.
This week’s spike into .8034 (just shy of the February low at .8050) may have put a top in for the next leg down in NZDUSD.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 15:00 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 trades at major resistance versus the Japanese Yen. What could force a break, and how might we trade it?
Technical Special Reports
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 17:00 GMT | RSS
Technical Special Reports.
The Euro broke the psychologically significant $1.2800 mark on its way to fresh yearly lows. What’s next?
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 20:00 GMT | RSS
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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.