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GBPUSD View: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – Paul Krugman writing in New York Times on why a hard brexit will hit Europe even harder than UK – https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/16/opinion/what-to-expect-when-youre-expecting-brexit.html Seems strange to me that the EU in the aftermath of the May defeat were very keen to stress that the deal on the table was non negotiable and that […]


MNI POLICY: BOJ Kuroda: Must Eye Impact of Unconventional Pol

TOKYO (MNI) – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said Thursday that the central bank has tools to stimulate the economy, even when the bank faces the zero lower bound, but needs to carefully watch both the favorable and unfavorable effects. Kuroda said, “In a low interest rate environment, there is a greater risk that […]


BITCOIN: IN FOCUS: By Mary McNamara

Bitcoin remains in focus as momentum and price action both decline within a descending wedge. The thought being that potential for a momentum breakout continues building within this, more often than not, bullish-reversal technical pattern. Traders should watch for any momentum-based trend line breakout. BTC/USD 4hr: note the declining momentum here so watch for any […]


GBPUSD View: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – Interesting long legged Doji pattern on the Daily cable chart…. pattern normally points to a trend change/corrective move….. Hard to call with the political issues but if youre a pure chartist you should be selling cable here, possibly with a short term stop above 1.2893 100 day MA or medium term […]


BREXIT… ONCE A REMAINER, ALWAYS A REMAINER? By Scott Pickering

Welcome to the first blog of 2019. It was great to get 2018 out of the way, it was the longest year ever. That may not be a factual statement, but facts did not matter last year! The final pips total for the FX PREMIUM was 13,458 net pips, which was my second-best annual total […]


How to Manage Your Trades Part 3: Managing Low Volatility Breakouts: By Justin Paolini

In today’s blog post we continue our exploration of trade management techniques and their impact on your bottom line. You can find the basic notions of trade management here, and a discussion regarding style and objectives here. In today’s post we are bringing fourth some cold hard data generated by using a simple setup (Low-Volatility […]


Update from our US data team: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – Data that SHOULD be released next week: Monday: NY Fed Consumer Sentiment Tuesday: Empire, PPI, Redbook, IBD Wednesday: MBA, Import Export Prices, NY Fed Business Leaders, Atlanta Fed Inflation, NAHB Builder Confidence, DOE Refinery Stats Thursday: Claims, Phil Fed Mfg, DOE Natural Gas Stocks Friday: Industrial Production, BLS State Unemployment, Michigan, […]


Forex Trading Opportunities for the Week Ahead 14 January 19

Note that this is my current view, but if market conditions change my view can change too. Generally I will trade in alignment with what I have noted here, though I will wait for a set-up before I enter. I base my view on technical and fundamental information. This is my beliefs and you are welcome […]



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