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Technical Analysis For EUR/USD April 17, 2014

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EUR/USD Daily Technical Analysis For Thursday, April 17, 2014
Video Running Time:00:06:44
By: Marvin P.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

We had another day of whipsaw and range-bound price behavior for the EUR/USD as new headlines, along with US Fundamentals shifted market sentiment throughout the trading session. The EUR/USD pair only moved within a 54 pip range from the session intra-day high at 1.3865 to the intra-day session low at 1.3811. The pair is currently in consolidation above the 1.3800 psychological zone, awaiting a breakout during the Asian trading session. We expect to see a continuation of more light and range-bound activity as we head into the long Easter Holiday weekend.


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forex trading webinar for April 16, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

In today's webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD pair and the technical and fundamental reason's for the sell-off in the common currency. We also identify areas of support and resistance that you can use when setting up future trades.


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forex trading webinar for March 20, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

For today, the EUR/USD is still extending its move to the downside on dollar strength, after the Fed released their hawkish FOMC statement from Wednesday afternoon.  On yesterday, Fed Chair Janet Yellen and the FOMC members altered their guidance and forecast on rates. The market anticipated an adjustment in forward guidance, with the removal of the unemployment threshold of 6.5% and introduction of a more qualitative guidance that involves looking at labor market conditions, in addition to indicators that measure inflation expectations. However, it was a change in the Fed Funds Rate Forecast that really shocked the market, causing a selloff in both equities and fixed income markets. Although the FOMC statement indicated that the Federal Funds Rate will remain low for a "considerable amount of time" after QE ends, Fed Chair Janet Yellen clarified during her press conference that rates can rise as early as 6 months after QE. This statement created nervousness in the market as investors fear that a pre-mature tightening of monetary policy can actually undermine the economic recovery. As a result, US treasury bonds fell, especially on the shorter end of the curve (2yr, 3yr, 5yr notes), which helped to support the dollar bias during yesterday and today's trading session.

During this webinar, we discussed the rally in the greenback across multiple currency crosses, especially in EUR/USD. The common currency continued to tumble for another 96 pips from the intraday high at 1.3845 to intraday support at 1.3749. Weekly Unemployment Claims went up 5,000 to 320K, beating market forecast of 327K. The Philly Fed Mfg. Survey for March came out of negative territory from February's poor reading (-6.3),and beat forecasts by reporting 9.0. Existing Home Sales for February came in at 4.60M, falling below the expectation of 4.65M, to a 19 month low.


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Technical Analysis For EUR/USD March 19, 2014

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EUR/USD Daily Technical Analysis For Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Video Running Time:00:08:25
By: Marvin P.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Central Bank statements and monetary policy move the markets again after the Federal Reserve released their statement from this week's 2-day FOMC meeting. During today's trading session, the greenback was the true winner as it rallied across multiple asset crosses on the back of a more hawkish Fed. The EUR/USD tumbled for 124 pips from the intra-day high at 1.3934 to support at the intra-day low of 1.3810. The pair is currently in consolidation above this support level, awaiting a breakout during the Asian trading session. We expect to see a continuation of USD strength as Asian & European Bourses open to trade on this news.

In today’s technical analysis video, we describe price action in EUR/USD and identified common areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The EUR/USD was fairly flat, but slightly negative for most of the trading session as investors maintained a neutral stance ahead of tomorrow's FOMC announcement and geo-political risk in Ukraine.

For today, the common currency traded within a 63 pip range, with an intraday high at 1.3943, and the intraday low at the 1.3880 support level. This price action comes on the back of poor German ZEW Numbers, in which the German headline fell below the forecast to 46.6, which applied pressure on EUR/USD.

However, it was the Mixed US Data, with CPI numbers remaining flat, along with slightly weak US Housing Starts and an increase in Building Permits that kept this pair well-supported or contained around the 1.3900 handle.


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Technical Analysis For AUD/JPY March 17, 2014

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AUD/JPY Daily Technical Analysis For Monday, March 17, 2014
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By: Marvin P.

Monday, March 17, 2014

For today's technical analysis review, we briefly analyze the price action in AUD/JPY and discuss the reasons for the risk appetite in the market. For the moment, investors have chosen to ignore some of the geo-political concerns between Ukraine and Russia, and focus on the domestic, underlying fundamentals for each economy. For this reason, you are seeing an unwinding of the "flight to safety" move that we experienced on last week, and many aussie bears are being squeezed out of their short positions to produce a rally in AUD/JPY. The AUD/JPY rallied 138 pips from the intra-day low at 91.17 to resistance at the intra-day high at 92.55. The pair is currently in consolidation awaiting a breakout during the Asian trading session. We expect to see a continuation of AUD strength as geo-political fears continue to take a back seat and good Australian economic data supports the short covering rally.

In today’s technical analysis session, we described price action in AUD/JPY and identified common areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


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forex trading webinar for March 11, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Today's US trading session was a continuation of the mild price action we've been seeing across multiple currency crosses post the major economic headlines from last week. For today, the EUR/USD only moved within a 45 pip range from the session high at 1.3879 to today's low at 1,3834.

It has pared back most of it's losses from earlier in the trading session and the common currency is currently flat for the day. Although the EUR/USD is moving within a corrective or consolidation pattern, signs within price action are pointing towards a breakout to the upside and more euro strength leading into the next trading session.

In today's webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD pair and the technical and fundamental reason's for the sell-off in the common currency. We also identify areas of support and resistance that you can use when setting up future trades.


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February 26, 2014 Forex Trading Webinar

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By: Melvin P.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

In today's webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD pair and the technical and fundamental reason's for the sell-off in the common currency. We also identify areas of support and resistance that you can use when setting up future trades.


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February 6, 2014 Forex Trading Webinar

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Today's US trading session was fueled primarily by Euro strength, after the ECB had announced no change to their monetary policy and no cut in their 0.25% refi rate. The EUR/USD rallied 137 pips from the session low at 1.3482 to today's current high of 1.3619, where it found resistance.

Many investors were disappointed in the ECB's lack of response to the current weakness seen in some of the Eurozone Core data, as well as January's low inflation of 0.7%, which is far below the ECB's 2% target. While ECB president, Mario Draghi, admits that inflation is low in the region, he doesn't see any future signs of deflation for the Eurozone economy as a whole, anytime soon.

Mario Draghi's Statement at Press Conference:

  • Underlying Eurozone Price Pressures to Remain Weak.
  • Monetary Policy Stance to Be Accomodative as Long as Needed.
  • Expect key ECB interest Rates to remain at present or lower levels for extended period.
  • Monitoring Money Markets Closely, Ready to consider all tools.
  • Will take decisive action if required.
  • Risks to economic outlook remain on the downside.
  • Unemployment stabilizing, but remains high.
  • Underlying Price Pressures Should Remain Subdued Over Mid-Term.
  • Inflation Expectations in Euro Area Remain Firmly Anchored.

The AUD/USD was the biggest winner for the 2nd time this week. The Australian Trade Balance reported their first surplus since July at $0.47 billion.  Their Retail Sales also posted gains at 0.5% m/m. For this week alone, the Aussie has jumped over 200 points against the US dollar.


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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

During today's trading session, the EUR/USD held to a tight range as investors chose to sit on the sidelines ahead of important risk events this week. We have two central bank meetings on Thursday, with the BOE & ECB releasing their policy statements, as well as the US Non-Farm Payroll report scheduled to be released on Friday.

The single currency remained confined to a narrow range of 46 pips with resistance at 1.3539 and support at 1.3493, as an indication of market uncertainty on both sides of the pond. Although markets are still concerned about the weakness in Emerging Markets, there are deflationary fears in the Eurozone, and concerns that some of the soft US data could encourage the FED to scale back on the amount they're tapering each month.

UK PMI construction rose to 64.6 in January versus an expectation of 61.6, which was a six year high and provided some support for the Sterling (GBP/USD).

The Aussie was the biggest winner today, as the RBA ruled out a rate cut in today's statement, which surprised the market and sent the AUD/USD to a 2 month high.

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discussed the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also searched for opportunities to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Webinar For January 30, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discussed the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also searched for opportunities to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Webinar For January 28, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Today's price action in currencies was the result of a mixed batch of US economic data that kept the EUR/USD pair, along with a few other dollar crosses, contained within a rangebound pattern ahead of tomorrow's FOMC announcement. We had weakness in the Durable Goods Number which had fallen 4.3% in December, and this news raised concerns over the growth
outlook for the first quarter.

However, these concerns were eventually removed by the later rise in consumer confidence and housing prices. Consumer confidence hit a five-month high in January and housing prices posted their biggest gain in almost eight years.

The EUR/USD is still trading within a range, but with a slightly bearish bias as investors remain flat ahead of key risk events later this week.

The event that is having an immediate impact on the pair is the FOMC statement, where there are expectations that the Fed will proceed with accelerating the tapering of its stimulus program, by an additional $10 billion to $65 billion per month.

This is producing strength in the greenback against a basket of currencies, as US Treasury Yields make their climb higher.

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discuss the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also searched for opportunities to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Webinar For January 23, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Today's price action in the currency market was driven by strong fundamentals coming out of both Asia and Europe. During
the Asian Trading Session, the China HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI reported a month of economic contraction by coming in at 49.6, which is its lowest figure in six months. The fall in China's PMI reading is due mostly  to cooling domestic demand conditions. Softening growth momentum for manufacturing/factory sectors are weighing on employment growth, in both the manufacturing and services sector. This news weighed heavily on Asian equities & the Aussie dollar, that resulted in a negative handover of this bearish sentiment into both the European & US Trading Sessions.

However, a slew of good PMI numbers from the Eurozone helped to restore hope in the common currency (euro) and we saw it rally across multiple euro crosses, except for the EUR/JPY. So, far, the EUR/USD pair has rallied 169 pips for the entire trading session.

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discuss the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also searched for opportunities to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Webinar For January 22, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

We began today's  trading webinar by discussing the price behavior in both the EUR/USD, USD/CAD & GBP//CAD pair, and the reasons for the weakness in the loonie over the last few months. After the BOC (Bank of Canada) released their policy statement today, and left rates unchanged, the greenback soared against the Canadian dollar as the central bank began to show signs of leaning towards a more dovish position. There are deep concerns about low inflation in Canada that may push the BOC to adopt an easing bias and this will effect most of the CAD crosses, with rallies in USD/CAD or GBP/CAD, like we saw today.

Meanwhile, we also saw a strong lift in Sterling (GBP), after the UK unemployment rate fell to 7.1%. This figure is only slightly above the 7.0% target that the BOE (Bank of England), indicated may be a trigger for a possible interest rate hike.

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discuss the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also searched for opportunities to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Webinar For January 16, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

During today's trading webinar, we discussed the price behavior in both the EUR/USD & AUD/USD pair, and the strong recovery seen in the greenback after the dismal Non-Farm Payroll reading from last Friday.

The Aussie fell 140 pips and sunk to its lowest level in 3 years due to soft employment numbers for the month of December. Employment dropped 22,600 versus the forecast of 10,000 jobs created for December and labor participation fell to its lowest level in 8 years.This news put downward pressure on the Aussie which triggered other commodity based currencies to follow suit as well.

US dollar weakened against the euro & yen after CPI (Consumer Price Index) data showed that overall inflation in the US is still weak, which allows the FED to take their time reducing the size of its taper each month.

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discuss the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also attempt to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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July 2, 2013 Forex Webinar

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

In today's V.I.P. webinar, we briefly discuss the current price behavior in the EUR/USD pair and the fundamental news & events pushing market prices. We also attempt to place a few live trades using the Slumdog Forex trading system.


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Forex Trading Webinar on June 21, 2013

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By: Melvin P.

Friday, June 21, 2013

During today's trading webinar, we discussed the reasons for the continued risk aversion across multiple asset classes as investors continue to digest the FOMC announcement from Wednesday, along with poor fundamentals from China, and an IMF suspension of funds to Greece.

For the past two days, EUR/USD has fallen 298 pips from resistance at 1.3417 to 1.3119. This market sentiment has put pressure on emerging market currencies which supports investors reasons to hedge into US dollar.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we discuss price action in the EUR/USD, and look for opportunities to place orders in the market using the Slumdog Forex Trading System.


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Forex Trading Webinar on June 18, 2013

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

During today's trading webinar, we discussed the importance of Wednesday's FOMC meeting and the reasons behind the whipsaw price behavior in EUR/USD and other currency crosses. Market jitters are still managing to keep the common currency confined within a range, although we saw it break to a 4-month high during yesterday's trading session.

It appears that investors are taking the stance of "buy the rumor, sell the fact" ahead of today's FOMC announcement and Chairman Ben Bernanke's Press Conference.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we also reviewed price action in the EUR/USD and AUD/USD, and looked for opportunities to place orders in the market using the Slumdog Forex Trading System.


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forex trading webinar from May 17, 2013

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By: Melvin P.

Friday, May 17, 2013

The forex market is closing the trading week with another rally in the greenback as speculation over an imminent reduction of QE3 continue to support the dollar. Prior to the opening of the NY trading session, there was market chatter that the ECB was considering the possibility of a negative deposit rate so the common currency began to weaken and sell off at the 1.2885-90 resistance level. Later, The US Dollar Index or DXY, broke above it's 2012 high of 84.10, which created broad dollar gains across multiple currency crosses. This was the catalyst that initiated the deeper selloff in the EUR/USD pair. Once the EUR/USD broke through the 1.2840 support (May 15th low), stops were triggered and shorts were added to send price to the 1.2800 psychological level where price eventually found support at 1.2796.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we discuss price action in the EUR/USD and NZD/USD, and look for opportunities to place orders in the market using the Slumdog Forex Trading System.


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forex trading webinars from May 14, 2013

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By: Marvin P.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Earlier in today's trading session, the EUR/USD continued it's whipsaw behavior as headlines from both signs of the pond (US & Eurozone) kept the common currency locked within a range. German ZEW numbers basically came in unchanged at 36.4 for May, when last month's number was only 36.3.  This failure to beat the forecast of 38.2 did not change investor sentiment since the Eurozone Industrial Production number beat expectations at 1.0%, which neutralized the weak Zew reading. However, risk sentiment eventually leaned in favor of the greenback as it benefited from both safe haven flows and improving US fundamentals that caused investors to search for yield in equities. The DXY or USD Index rallied, along with global equities and US Treasury yields. This risk appetite was created despite the rumors of a potential tapering off of QE by the FED. The EUR/USD pair fell 98 pips from its session high at 1.3029 to a session low of 1.2931 where price found support at the 61.8% fibonacci retracement level of the rally starting April 4th at 1.2740 to the May 1st High at 1.3243. Most of the dollar-demoninated crosses saw USD strength including the USD/JPY which broke above the 102.00 resistance.

Later in the trading session, David Tepper, who is the hedge fund manager at Appaloosa Management, stated in an interview that he is definitely remaining bullish on equities and this was the final catalyst that improved risk sentiment for the day and we continued to see USD strength for the remainder of today's trading session.
 


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