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USDCAD: Don’t Miss the Bullish Forest for the Trees

Updated -  Aug 1, 2014 12:25:00 PM By Matt Weller

For many frequent traders, it’s surprisingly easy to get caught up in the day-to-day fluctuations of the market and lose sight of the longer-term trends. For that reason, successful short-term traders make it a regular practice to take a step back and look at longer-term charts at least once a month. As we roll into August, it’s worthwhile to go through this process and analyze the key medium-term levels to watch on the USDCAD, especially [...] Continue Reading


Dow future tumbles ahead of NFP as market prepares for life after QE

Updated -  Aug 1, 2014 7:20:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Stocks are plunging for a second day and it could potentially get really ugly once the nonfarm payrolls report is released. In normal circumstances, a stronger jobs report would be positive for stocks. But given the equity markets’ response to the robust second quarter US GDP reading and mostly positive corporate earnings results, the “good equals bad” formula may be back as the market prepares for life after QE. Although raised geopolitical risks may also [...] Continue Reading


Research Note: July NFP Prep

Updated -  Jul 31, 2014 3:30:00 PM By Matt Weller

By: Matt Weller, Senior Technical Analyst The July Non-Farm Payroll report will be released tomorrow at 8:30 ET (13:30 GMT), with expectations centered on a headline print of around 230k new jobs. My NFP forecasting model suggests that the NFP report will come in slightly below expectations,with leading indicators suggesting a July headline NFP reading of 206k. The model has been historically reliable, showing a correlation coefficient of .90 with the unrevised NFP headline figure [...] Continue Reading


Gold Battered by Buck’s Surge, but Short-term Support Sits at 1272

Updated -  Jul 31, 2014 1:25:00 PM By Matt Weller

Despite seeing some hints of “risk-off” trade in other markets, traditional safe-haven gold has failed to catch a bid this week. In fact, the yellow metal has actually dropped to a 6-week low below $1290 in today’s early US session. The persistent strength in the U.S. dollar is undoubtedly one of the biggest factors driving gold lower; all things equal, if the value of the dollar rises, it will take fewer of them to buy [...] Continue Reading


Stocks end July lower on geopolitical risks, uncertainty over US monetary policy

Updated -  Jul 31, 2014 11:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

July has been a month many equity investors, particularly those in Europe, would like to forget and as we head towards the last day of it, stocks are still falling. Sentiment has been hit by a number of factors, not least the on-going geopolitical risks stemming from the crises in Ukraine and Gaza. On top of this, Argentina has defaulted for the second time since 2011 after last minute talks with bondholders broke down, while [...] Continue Reading


WTI Stands for “Why The Impotence”

Updated -  Jul 31, 2014 8:35:00 AM By Matt Weller

One of the most reliable cause-and-effect relationships in all of global markets is that violence in the Middle East tends to lead to a spike in oil prices. As you might expect, the most direct explanation for this phenomenon comes from concerns about supply disruption in nearby oil-producing regions like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia, and the UAE. In addition, risk-averse firms also rush to hedge, or lock in, the current oil price fearing that it [...] Continue Reading


AUDNZD – has the reversal begun?

Updated -  Jul 31, 2014 12:10:17 AM By Chris Tedder

Earlier this week we highlighted the possibility of weakness in AUDNZD, after a short period of strength (see: AUDNZD looks good in the short-term, but not in the long-term). Sure enough the pair has pushed higher in the last few days, but now a string of disappointing Australian economic data has caused some to question the rally. As we explained earlier in the week, the long-term fundamentals don’t look good for AUDNZD. The divergence [...] Continue Reading


AUDUSD sinks on strong US GDP numbers

Updated -  Jul 30, 2014 8:31:40 PM By Chris Tedder

AUDUSD sank as stronger than expected GDP data out of the US sent investors flocking to the US dollar, with the economy growing at an annualised growth rate of 4% last quarter (exp. 3.0%). This highlights that the recovery is back on track after a dismal start to the year In Q1, poor weather, inventory rundowns and other factors resulted in a revised 2.1% annualised fall in GDP. Last quarter’s strong performance is partly [...] Continue Reading


EUR/CHF: the forgotten FX pair could make a spectacular comeback

Updated -  Jul 30, 2014 1:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

With the USD taking the limelight this week because of all the economic reports from the world’s largest economy, the EUR/CHF may not be on many people’s radars. But the forgotten currency pair could be among the non-USD pairs worth watching closely going forward because today it has taken out a downward-sloping trend line that had been in place since May 2013. This means that the long-term bearish trend has at least weakened, if not [...] Continue Reading


GBPUSD: Is the Uptrend Coming to an End?

Updated -  Jul 30, 2014 1:20:00 PM By Matt Weller

We already discussed the traditional technical outlook for GBPUSD earlier this week (see “GBPUSD Bulls Standing on the Precipice” for more), but we wanted to revisit the pair and evaluate the health of the uptrend more objectively. In a sideways market, technical traders often look at the price relative to static support or resistance areas to determine whether the instrument is breaking out. This same principle can be adapted to evaluate whether a [...] Continue Reading


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