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Forex Markets Choppy - Time to Watch the Forest from the Trees

Forex Markets Choppy - Time to Watch the Forest from the Trees

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

Our sentiment-based strategies have had a difficult week of trading on choppy market conditions, but a view of the forest from the trees leaves us mostly in favor of US Dollar and Japanese Yen weakness.

View individual currency sections:

EURUSD - Euro Chops us Up - Watch the Forest from the Trees

GBPUSD - British Pound Shows Signs of Life, Our Strategies Buy

EURJPY - Japanese Yen Holds Critical Lows but not Likely For Long

XAUUSD - Traders Short Gold for First Time Since January - Bottom in Place

SPX500 - SPX500 Trading Sentiment Points to Record Peaks

AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Trading Bias Favors Losses on Break of $1.02

Weekly Summary of Forex Trader Sentiment and Changes in Positioning

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Forex price action has been exceedingly choppy as of late, and our mostly trend-following SSI-based trading systems have done poorly as the Euro, Japanese Yen, and Australian Dollar stick to narrow trading ranges against the US Dollar.

The fact that the majority of retail traders remain long the US Dollar and Japanese Yen leaves us bearish the USD and JPY against major counterparts—with the exception of the Australian Dollar. Yet it’s difficult to call for aggressive EURUSD and USDJPY long positions (or EURJPY, for that matter) as traders show little interest in forcing major breakouts.

FX options markets show volatility prices remain elevated in JPY currency pairs, but low US Dollar volatility expectations warn that current choppiness could continue. In this type of environment we’ll remain nimble, trade with reduced leverage, and try to play the longer-term trends instead of getting sucked into short-term choppiness. Such a strategy leaves us mostly in favor of USD and JPY weakness until further notice.

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