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December 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Forex Trenches

In the Decmber Issue

  • ECB QE: When, Not If, But?

  • Video: Forex Trading Outlook for December, 2014


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November 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the November Issue

Did the Fed Give a Green Light to Buy Dollars?

Video: Forex Trading Outlook for November

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October 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the October Issue

  • Currency Wars: Open Warfare
  • Forex Trading Outlook for October (video update)


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September 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Forex Trenches

In the September Issue

  • Is it EUR Weakness or USD Strength?

  • Forex Trading Outlook for September (video update)

  • New! Choose a Quality Forex Broker

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August 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the August issue:

  • Forex Trading Outlook for August 2014 (Video Update)
  • 12 Strategies I Use to Trade in a Low Volatility Market

 

Forex Trading Outlook for August 2014  (Video Update)

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June 30, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

July, 2014 In this issue:

Who Wins? Race to the Bottom or Race to the Top

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June 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

 

In this Issue

Will the ECB Go the Full Monty?

Those who have followed my articles since the start of the year know I have been saying that for the EUR to weaken it would have to come from actions by the ECB. I highlighted this in last month’s newsletter, entitled, C’mon ECB, Send Us a Signal, and this proved to a timely alert. Perhaps Draghi read my article as he did not disappoint this time as he sent a signal that the ECB would finally take steps to figh

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May 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the May issue:

C’mon ECB, Send Us a Signal?

There was a trader on the GVI Forex forum who often used the term, “bid in an offered market” to describe when a currency trades better bid when it is actually better offered. I would like to think this is the case with the EURUSD, which has confounded most forecasts by holding firm through the first four months although as of this writing it is barely up on the year (+0.6%).

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April 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the April issue

GTA Forex and Global Markets Survey (2nd Quarter)

The second quarter 2014 GTA Forex and Global Markets Survey has seen a some tempering of views from the start of the year survey. Traders are still bullish on the dollar vs. the EUR and JPY but less so than in the survey conducted at the start of the year. The same holds true for bonds where sentiment remains for higher yields but with a smaller peak than previously cited. Outlook for equities remains mixed and traders are mixed on gold. .

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February 27, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the March issue:

A Look Ahead to March - How high is the Bar Set? 

Japanese Fiscal Yearend: USDJPY Weaker or Stronger in March?

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February 01, 2014

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches

In the February issue:

EURUSD January Effect: Fact or Fiction?

Typically at this time of year the outlook is pretty well set but this year started out with a focus on Fed tapering, signs of a slow economic start and selling pressure on emerging markets creating a risk off sentiment and a run for cover, This saw the EURUSD resist the downside for most of January until succumbing to end of month pressures to end it on a weak note and down 2.1% from the 2013 close. Consensus forecasts, meanwhile, are calling for a weaker EURUSD this year although we saw similar views at this time last year and we all saw

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