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BNP: Trade Ideas: FX: Staying long GBPCHF: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – BNP: Trade Ideas: FX: Staying long GBPCHF; trailing stop • Recent Brexit news appears to have shifted sentiment in favour of our base case scenario of an extension of Article 50 and a second EU referendum. • We think the GBP has room to strengthen further as our base case materialises. […]


The Challenges of Creating Intraday Trading Systems By Justin Paolini

Today’s article is a short reply to a reader’s question: “Is it possible to utilize the Weekly/Daily Systematic Pullback model described here on a smaller timeframes, for example using it on a Daily/1H?” In principle, the financial markets have a fractal nature and as such, the patterns that manifest themselves on a Daily chart will […]


AUSSIE STOCKS ON THE MOVE: By Mary McNamara

These are the Aussie stocks from my watch list that have made recent bullish breakouts. Charts with bullish targets are posted below. There is a lot of negative talk with stocks with many seeing the recent rally as a dead cat bounce type of move but I’m not seeing how this can be concluded. I’m […]


21 Jan: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices: FXCharts

Stocks retain a bid tone at the start of the week and as before, buying the dips is favoured, with the ASX in particular looking to head higher. WTI also looks positive and a run towards 55.45, Fibo resistance, seems to be on the cards. On the other hand, Gold and Silver both suddenly look […]


BREXIT… DEAL OR NO DEAL – GET THE CANS READY TO KICK DOWN THE ROAD: By Scott Pickering

BREXIT still rolls on. Last week, we saw another confidence vote, a record sitting government defeat on legislation in the House of Commons and some never to be forgotten speeches to rally MP’s from both sides of the house. Am I weird? I loved it; all the way from the Theresa May BREXIT deal failure […]


Option expiries for Monday January 21 NY cut (10:00ET, 15:00 London) : FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – EUR/USD: $1.1345(E346mn), $1.1400(E1.24bln), $1.1435-40(E998mln), $1.1470-75(E1.52bln) USD/JPY: Y106.00-10($827mln), Y107.00-05($500mln), Y108.00($385mn) EUR/GBP: Gbp0.8600(E720mln) NZD/USD: $0.6860(N$426mn) USD/CNY: Cny6.70($702mln), Cny6.76($822mln) ————————————————— Larger option pipeline: EUR/USD: Jan22 $1.1495-1500(E1.52bn); Jan24 $1.1400-05(E1.59bn); Jan31 $1.1390-1.1405(E2.18bn) USD/JPY: Jan22 Y120.00($1.28bln); Jan23 Y108.75($1.12bln); Jan28 Y108.00($1.26bln); Jan31 Y107.00($1.48bln), Y110.00($1.25bln) GBP/USD: Jan24 $1.2500-05(Gbp1.12bln); Jan25 $1.2900(Gbp1.49bln); Feb1 $1.2550(E1.37bn) EUR/GBP: Jan31 Gbp0.8400(E1.43bln), Gbp0.8600(E1.63bn) USD/CAD: Jan25 C$1.3800($1.04bln) […]


Forex Trading Opportunities for the Week Ahead 21 January 19: FXRenew

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 […]


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 […]



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