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The start to a new trading year is typically a quiet affair for the markets. That isn’t the case heading into the first full-liquidity week of 2019. The high volatility for currencies, equities and other asset classes through the end of 2018 has clearly held firm into the opening days of the new year. Volatility raises the probabilities of technical breaks and trends; so be prepared.

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Australian Dollar Forecast: AUD/USD, AUD/CAD & EUR/AUD Prices Eye Technical Reversal Patterns

After weakening in its final moments of 2018, the Australian Dollar may be getting ready to reverse course. AUD/USD may rise while EUR/AUD and AUD/CAD decline. Reversal patterns ample.

Japanese Yen Forecast: Flash Crash May Have Been a Red Herring

The flash crash in JPY-crosses ahead of the Asian session open on Thursday ultimately resulted in some of the most significant reversals ever seen in the history of FX markets. Do they matter?

British Pound Forecast:20-Month Spike Low May Be Re-Tested

GBPUSD hit a 20-month low around 1.2435 mid-week and with the 20- and 50-day moving averages bearing down on price action, another re-test of this low is likely.

US Dollar Forecast: Dollar Preparing to Break from its Most Restrictive Range In Four Years

While we have seen some remarkable volatility for US equities and even specific currencies – like the Yen flash crash – these past few weeks, the Dollar continues to carve a restrained path. That is likely to end soon.

Equity Forecast: Technical Forecast for Dow, S&P, DAX, FTSE 100 and Nikkei

Risk aversion continued to show through the 2019 open, but a ray of light appeared for equity bulls on Friday morning as Chair Powell took on a more dovish tone.

New Zealand Dollar Forecast: NZDUSD to Continue Slide, NZDCAD Faces 2016 Resistance

The New Zealand Dollar looks likely to continue a slow decline versus the US and Canadian Dollars as nearby resistance threatens to overpower bulls.

Gold Forecast: Bulls Stopped Short Ahead of Key Level

Gold prices have posted a three-week winning streak with the advance stalling just ahead of key resistance. Here are the levels that matter on the XAU/USD weekly chart.

Crude Oil Forecast:After Bull Flush Out, Bounce Likely In Play

Crude oil fell nearly 45% from the October high through December 24. The short side seems to be played out for now as focus turns to a tactical bounce.

Euro Forecast:Euro Choppiness to End Soon

The Euro has been congested for weeks, but that is set to change soon; breakout seen as likely down in-line with trend but will wait for trend to develop first.