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Forex Trading Webinar September 25, 2014

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Live Webinar From Tuesday, September 25, 2014
By: Marvin P.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Euro weakness was one of the themes that dominated the spot market for another trading session, as there was a positive handover of dollar sentiment from yesterday's trading activity.  The single currency fell 86 pips versus the dollar, from the session high at 1.2783 to the session low of 1.2697 hitting a new 2-year low for the EUR/USD.  The sell-off picked up steam as statements from ECB President Mario Draghi clarified that the central bank will become more accommodative in the coming months.

US Durable Goods Orders tumbled -18.2% in the month of August due to a drop in aircraft orders & motor vehicles. However, the Core value, that excludes all transportation goods, grew 0.7% for August, which was in line with analyst expectations. The Weekly Unemployment Claims also fell slightly below the anticipated number, coming in at 273K vs. 274K, which was still fairly in line with the market forecast.

At the moment, the market is awaiting tomorrow's US Final GDP, which will measure how much the economy grew during Q2. The US economy is estimated to have grown 4.6%, and if the reading is closer to 5.0% growth, then we should continue to see the greenback strengthen, which would result in a lower price for EUR/USD.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we discussed price action in EUR/USD, as well as tips on how to identify areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


Forex Trading Webinar September 24, 2014

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Live Webinar From Tuesday, September 23, 2014
By: Marvin P.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

During today's trading session, the US dollar found its way back to its session open at 84.80, after falling to a low of 84.46, and
bouncing to near 4 year highs, creating whipsaw movement in the DXY, as well as EUR/USD. This recent climb in the dollar was strongly supported by a combination of profit taking, poor Canadian Retail Sales(-0.1% vs. +0.5% f/c m/m) and a decent U.S. Manufacturing PMI (57.9 vs. 58 f/c) which caused EUR/USD to give back all of its gains from earlier in the trading session. Although EUR/USD is flat at the moment, there are other dollar-denominated crosses that exhibited a definite trend in favor of the greenback.  In the USD/CAD pair, the asset rallied ~93 pips from the session low at 1.0987 to the current high of 1.1080, creating a clear-cut Bullish trend.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we discussed price action in EUR/USD, as well as tips on how to identify areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


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