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The summer months in the northern hemisphere are usually characterized with slower trading, with many currency pairs sticking to ranges. For range traders, this is the ideal environment, and some traders who don’t prefer ranges, switch into this summer style
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver will focus on pitching Canada as an ideal partner to help Israel develop its newly discovered bounty
The head of China´s $410 billion sovereign wealth fund, China Investment Corporation, said European government bonds were not an ideal investment for long-term investors.
There is really very little you can do to reduce the tax bill on your 2011 return, but January is the ideal time to start thinking about tax savings for 2012
Dollar price action has largely reflected broader market sentiment over the past few sessions, with ideal scalp setups identified in key dollar-based pairs. These pending setups offer short-term scalp opportunities to harness the recent surge in volatility.
As aussie data continues to disappoint, interest rate expectations from the RBA have significantly deteriorated. The recent rally offers ideal entry targets as the pair holds within an encompassing descending channel.
The GBP/CHF has maintained a well defined descending channel formation since the start of April with the recent rally providing ideal entries for short-scalps off long-standing trendline resistance.
The pair continues to trend lower within a well defined descending channel dating back to the June 28th high after failing a topside break earlier today.
Rebound off 1.3752 met 2nd target off 1.3745 (see graph: neckline Double Bottom) at 1.4052 and testing monthly Downtrendline off high (1.4062): currently back in channel off year low (equivalent on daily charts has its bottom at 1.3975 today). and testing Support area at 1.3975/ .3962 (see above/ daily Short Term Moving Average↑), with next levels at 1.3937/ .3920 (break-up hourly + daily envelope bottom/ daily Medium Term Moving Average↑ + daily modified Alpha Beta trend bottom): ideal area
USDJPY Forecast The USDJPY had a bearish momentum yesterday, bottomed at 81.97 and closed at 82.19.
Today’s London session had proven to be ranging a good bit, with very little overall follow through of any moves. Even so, in this video we highlight how we used a drawn trendline break on the EUR/USD to build a trade plan.