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Forex Trading Webinar September 25, 2014

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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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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.


Forex Trading Webinar September 19, 2014

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By: Marvin P.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Today's price action in the spot market was primarily driven by headlines coming out of Europe & cross currency flows in the Pound (GBP) and greenback. The Scots have voted to remain part of the U.K., with a 55 to 45 outcome. This news created early demand for the sterling, as well as for British equities up until the late Asian Trading Session, with GBP/USD rising to a 2 week high at 1.6525, and EUR/GBP falling to a 2-year low of 0.7810. However, sentiment shifted during the European Session as a "buy the rumor, sell the news" response caused investors to take profit on their long GBP positions. Capital flows in EUR/GBP helped to initiate the slide in EUR/USD.

Since the uncertainty concerning the FOMC statement and Scottish vote is now removed, the market continued to focus on the Fed rate hike projections, which resulted in a combination of euro weakness with demand for the greenback, that caused EUR/USD to fall 101 pips from the session high at 1.2929 to the session low at 1.2828. The common currency closed the week with a Bearish Engulfing Candle, which signals the likelihood of more downside pressure in fibre for the following trading week.

In today's V.I.P. trading webinar, we discussed price action in EUR/USD, as well as candlestick patterns and their usefulness in determining support & resistance.


Forex Trading Webinar September 16, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

During today's trading session, the EUR/USD exchange rate was well supported & firm ahead of Wednesday's much anticipated FOMC statement from the Federal Reserve Bank, since the asset traded within a 73 pip range, from the session low of 1.2922 to the session high of 1.2995. During a huge portion of the trading session, the single currency showed very little reaction towards any news coming out of both  the Eurozone & US economy, and held to a rangebound/sideways consolidation pattern of only 45 pips. However, we saw a slightly different response in pound.

UK inflation data for the month of August fell to 1.5%, from 1.6% in July, which marks the lowest reading in five(5) years and also highlights eight consecutive months of inflation values below the BOE's target of 2.00%. This low inflation reading, along with uncertainty over the outcome of Scotland's Independance Referendum, put pressure on the sterling and impacted most Pound Crosses.

The ZEW numbers, which are a measure of investor confidence for both the Eurozone and Germany, also fell to new lows for the year. German investor confidence dropped to 6.9 in September versus the 8.6 reading in August, which was a 21 month low, and this was primarily due to increasing political tensions in Europe, Russia, & Ukraine.

US PPI data remained unchanged for the month of August, which is a sign that price pressures still remain tamed in the midst of subdued growth. This lack of inflationary pressure may encourage the FED to hold off on raising interest rates and keep it near zero for a lot longer than expected. Upon the release of this announcement, there was muted price action in USD and we continued to see EUR/USD consolidating some of its weakness ahead of tomorrow's FOMC Meeting.

But, as soon as news broke that the PBOC (People's Bank of China) are planning to lend 500 billion Yuan to their banks as a form of stimulus, and to boost liquidity, we saw a bout of dollar selling across the board and the EUR/USD rallied to today's session high at the 1.2995/3000 psychological zone, where it was briefly rejected and found support around the 200 Hour MA. This news about China's Intervention caused both equities, high yielding assets, and oil to push higher, and we may see a positive handover of this sentiment into the Asian Trading Session.

 


Forex Trading Webinar September 10, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The lack of important economic data caused the market to focus on currency related moves from different euro & dollar-denominated crosses during today's trading session. Initially, the strong USD influenced most currency moves, as investors presume that the Federal Reserve will be increasingly hawkish during next week's FOMC meeting on September 17th.

As the session progressed, sentiment shifted and the EUR/USD was supported by strength in the EUR/AUD, EUR/JPY, and EUR/GBP which kept the common currency well-contained above the 1.2900 support. But, market bias quickly changed following comments from the Swiss National Bank (SNB) that they are open to considering negative interest rates as an attempt to protect the 1.2000 floor in EUR/CHF pair. Surprsingly, this announcement resulted in a mild sell-off in EUR/USD as this removes any hope that the SNB will intervene by solely purchasing euros to defend this floor.

The EUR/USD overall trend was bearish and the single currency weakened slightly from it's opening price, as it traded within a 79 pip range from the session high at 1.2963 to the session low at 1.2884.

In today's trading webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD pair and identified common areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


Forex Trading Webinar September 4, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Today was another eventful day in the currency market with the euro falling to a 14-month low after the ECB cut their refi rate to 0.05% & deposit rate to -0.2%, as well as announced plans to purchase asset-backed securites & covered bonds in an attempt to boost the recovery of the ailing Eurozone economy. The common currency fell ~1.5% against the dollar, from the session high at 1.3154 to the session low at 1.2920, creating a 234 pip slide.

The BOE (Bank of England) left its benchmark rate at 0.5% and its asset purchase facility at UK375 billion after today's MPC meeting. The Sterling barely reacted to this news, but responded heavily to the release of the ECB meeting minutes, causing the pound to weaken 149 pips from the session high at 1.6456 to the session low of 1.6307.

In today's webinar, we discuss this announcement in detail, as well as analyze price action to identify points of trade entry in EUR/USD pair.


Forex Trading Webinar August 26, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

For the sixth consecutive trading day, the single currency (euro) has fallen in comparison to the greenback, due to polarizing fundamentals on both sides of the pond.  We are continuing to see deflationary concerns weigh heavily on the Eurozone economy, while US economic data continues to surprise the market to the upside. Investors are starting to price in the likelihood of an unconventional, large scale asset purchasing program by the ECB, that will help to stimulate the Eurozone economy, while weakening the euro. The FED, on the other hand, are slowly moving towards tightening their monetary policy, which will strengthen
USD.

During today's trading session the EUR/USD fell 50 pips from the session high at 1.3215 to the session low at 1.3165. The High Beta commodity currencies saw strong intra-day moves, with the AUD/USD rebounding for a 59 pip rally, from the session low at 0.9272 to the session high of 0.9331.

In today's trading webinar, we observed price action in a few currency pairs and identified common areas of support and resistance for trade entry.


Forex Trading Webinar August 21, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

There was subdued trading for the EUR/USD pair and other currency crosses for today's trading session ahead of tomorrow's speeches from central bank presidents Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi at the Jackson Hole Symposium. Investors are covering their shorts in spot, and positioning themselves to go long on the USD, as a "buy the rumor, sell the news" reaction is expected to be the market's response after the Jackson Hole gathering. The EUR/USD moved within a 47 pip range, climbing from the session low at 1.3242 to the current session high at 1.3289.

In today's trading webinar, we observed price action in a few currency pairs and identified common areas of support and resistance for trade entry.


Technical Analysis For EUR/USD July 10, 2014

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By: Marvin P.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

A surge of volatility entered the market after a series of disappointing data and news from the Eurozone put pressure on the common currency (Euro). A combination of poor Industrial Production readings from a few Eurozone countries (France, Italy, and Greece) and the turmoil surrounding the insolvent Portuguese bank, Espirito Santo, and their missed debt payments, led the EUR/USD pair on a 62 pip slide, from resistance at the session high of 1.3651 to support at the session low of 1.3589. Risk Aversion and Flight To Safety was the common theme among global equities and many investors preferred the safe haven trade, causing Bunds, USD, and the Yen to benefit.

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


Forex Trading Webinar For July 9, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

During today's webinar session, we discussed investor's expectations regarding the forthcoming statements within the FOMC minutes and the influence this reading may have on the dollar trade.  Many investors will be looking to see if there is any indication of the FED accelerating their timeline for an interest rate hike, and if there are any changes to their exit strategy, especially after the good Non-Farm Employment Report for June.

For the past few trading sessions, natural & geo-political conflicts around the globe have caused the market to embrace a risk-off mode, with global equities falling as funds continue to rotate out of higher yielding assets into fixed income. For another trading session, we saw substantial support on the longer end of the US Treasury curve. This was the reason for the dollar weakness we saw during Wednesday's trading session.

In today's trading webinar, we observed price action in a few currency pairs and identified common areas of support and resistance for trade entry.


forex trading webinar for June 23, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Monday, June 23, 2014

We started today's trading webinar with a brief recap of the technical issues surrounding our website transfer, and our evident "resurrection", after being "dead" over the past two weeks. We also outlined our plans to provide additional value for our V.I.P. Members, with new training and resources within the next few weeks.

On the Forex side, we discussed the current complacency in the market, especially in EUR/USD, caused by the absence of a true market catalyst, which is primarily due to the lack of eagerness among central banks and their monetary policy. But, this was not the only reason for the dismall price action among asset classes. We are also entering the beginning of summer doldrums, when lower participation produces a drain in volume & volatility, causing currency pairs to move within a tighter-than-usual trading range.

In today's V.I.P trading webinar, we conduct technical analysis for a few currency pairs and identify areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


forex trading webinar for June 10, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The absence of significant economic releases in the Eurozone, and scarce volatility in global markets combined to leave the EUR/USD pair vulnerable for another trading session. We continued to see another bout of pressure applied on EUR/USD as investors sought for higher yield in dollar-denominated assets. The yield spread widened between US treasuries and Eurozone peripheral debt, making the greenback more attractive. With Spanish yields declining below those of US 10yr rates, the Eurozone debt market offered little value to investors, creating outflows that put pressure on the euro currency. There was also simultaneous improvement in the US benchmark 10yr rates that settled above 2.60%, which kept the buck well bid.


In today's trading session, we saw the common currency fall 68 pips in comparison to the US dollar from the session high of 1.3602 to the session low of 1.3534. The pair is currently in consolidation above today's session low.


Technical Analysis For EUR/USD June 9, 2014

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EUR/USD Daily Technical Analysis For Monday, June 9, 2014
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By: Marvin P.

Monday, June 9, 2014

We saw another round of Euro selling post the ECB announcement from last week. Some of this pressure on EUR/USD could be a combination of lingering reactions to the dovish position of the ECB to provide stimulus, as well as the overall thin liquidity due to Whit Monday. During today's trading session, the EUR/USD fell 87 pips from the session high at 1.3669 to the session low at 1.3582. In today’s technical analysis video, we will describe price action in EUR/USD and identify common areas of support & resistance for trade entry.


forex trading webinar from June 5, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

During today's trading session, the much anticipated ECB Policy Announcement created volatile trading for Euro Crosses, as investors continued to interpret the outcome of the new ECB accomodative measures.

The ECB cut rates by 10bps in both the refi and deposit rate, causing the later to be in negative territory to -0.10%. They also announced Targeted LTROs in the amount of EUR400 Billion and unsterilized purchases in the SMP that would counter the deflationary concerns and help to stimulate growth in the Eurozone economy.

The ECB's decision to add stimulus is a very supportive move for European financial assets like equities and peripheral bonds (Spanish 10-year government yield at +2.60% and below its US equivalent for first time in four-years). Mario Draghi's decision to "do whatever it takes" encouraged portfolio investment into Euro Region, and this will always be euro-supportive. After the ECB revealed the new measures, the EUR/USD initially fell to support at 1.3503, and later rebounded to 1,3670 in a 167 pip range.


forex trading webinar from May 27, 2014

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By: Melvin P.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The EUR/USD pair traded with a negative bias, as the greenback continued to rally on good fundamentals coming out of the US. We saw US treasury yields rally and gold prices fall which put pressure on the common currency and caused the pair to slide from the session high at 1.3669 to the session low at 1.3613 for a 56 pip range.

Edward Nowotny, who is a member of the European Central Bank's governing council warned Tuesday about the risk of low inflation rates triggering decreasing growth in the euro zone. He added that the governing council would be discussing measures on how to address this risk during their June meeting. Mr. Nowotny's comments come the day after ECB President Mario Draghi warned that there is a risk that low inflation could spiral into a deflationary cycle, where consumers and companies delay purchases and investments. This news, along with a strong reading in US Durable Goods Orders (+0.8%) and US Housing Prices(+12.4%y/y) sent the EUR/USD to session lows.

The recent whipsaw price behavior of the euro is just an indication of the overall uncertainty & indecision surrounding the pair. We may continue to see this range-bound volatility until after the ECB's Monetary Policy meeting on June 5th. However, if we continue to see improving fundamentals from the US, this will accelerate a further move to the downside.

 


forex trading webinar for May 12, 2014

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By: Marvin P.

Monday, May 12, 2014

Ranges in the EUR/USD were very tight today, as volatility declined for the first session of the trading week. The single currency only moved within a 25 pip range from the session low at 1.3750 to the session high of 1.3775.

The next risk event for Euro traders will be at the release of the Eurozone and German ZEW data scheduled for early tomorrow morning, with consensus pointing to a small improvement in sentiment. If the survey is in line with expectations, then this will provide support for the Euro.

In today's webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD, EUR/GBP, and EUR/AUD pair and the technical and fundamental reason's for the sell-off in the common currency. We also identified areas of support and resistance for  future trades.


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By: Melvin P.

Thursday, April 29, 2014

During today's trading session, we saw the euro weaken across the board on renewed selling interest as month end portfolio flows helped to cap EUR/USD at the 1.3880 resistance zone. The weaker than forecast German Inflation numbers came in at -0.2% month over month for April, which caused the common currency to dive in comparison to the greenback towards the 1.3815 level.

A brief period of short covering saw 1.3830 hit but bears emerged again & the pair continued to sell-off towards a session low of 1.3806, on the back of  French President Francis Hollande note about raising the issue concerning the strong Euro after the EU parliament is in place. Bids into 1.3800 & near the 21-DMA kept stops below the 1.3800 psychological support safe for now. Overall, the EUR/USD fell ~73 pips from the session high at 1.3879 to the session low at 1.3806 during today's trading session.

In today's webinar, we discussed price action in the EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/JPY pair and the technical and fundamental reason's for the sell-off in the common currency. We also identified areas of support and resistance for  future trades.


Technical Analysis For EUR/USD April 17, 2014

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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.


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.


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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