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Profit In The FX Market From Brexit

Profit In The FX Market From Brexit

Many investors in the U.S. are focusing on the November elections, but we have another significant global political event in the next few weeks.   The European Union Referendum, which will be held in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2016 will affect world-wide markets, and especially, the currency markets.   Voters will be asked to vote to “Remain a member of the European Union” or “Leave the...

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Are speculators turning bullish on Euro futures?

Are speculators turning bullish on Euro futures?

EURUSD, as expected moved lower last week. It closed at 1.1307 on Friday. I expect this market to keep going lower for now but the downside should be limited. Looking at speculative positions I see this market might be turning bullish in the long term. This week, speculators reduced their shorts by another 13K and their longs by 11K. This group have been dumping their short positions since...

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Cautiously Bearish On The Canadian Dollar

Cautiously Bearish On The Canadian Dollar

The Canadian Dollar is relatively more sheltered from the "inverse effect" that causes other heavily traded currencies to decline when the U.S. Dollar rallies. For that reason, we are tempering our generally bearish forex view with a special caveat for the Canadian Dollar. It should decline, but not as forcefully as we expect other currencies to decline. The long-term Elliott wave pattern in...

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EuroSTOXX Upward Correction Finished?

EuroSTOXX Upward Correction Finished?

Along with the German DAX and the London FTSE, for which we posted charts in January and March, we also like to monitor the EuroSTOXX 50 Index for a view on the health of European equity. The Euro STOXX 50 Index is composed of 50 of the most liquid stocks throughout the Eurozone and comprises a majority of the market capitalization in the Eurozone, making it a good barometer for the zone as...

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The 3 Most Important Macro Factors In The Market Right Now

The 3 Most Important Macro Factors In The Market Right Now

China. Dollar. Oil. This is the current macro trifecta. The most interesting and important variables in macro land. Properly discern what these three will do and you can figure out what every major asset class around the world will be doing for the next two years. Let’s start then with the Red Dragon.  Our team at Macro Ops has talked about China a lot lately and we’ll continue to talk about...

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The Prattle Rattle, A Falling Dollar And A Rising GE?

The Prattle Rattle, A Falling Dollar And A Rising GE?

I did not see yesterday’s market slide coming, but today’s follow-through makes total sense. - U.S. funds mangers recommended a cut to equity allocations in April to their lowest since the financial crisis. It is a guess, but maybe, just maybe, a bit o’ panic is swirling around the street. Actually, we have seen this so many times since mid-2009, it should have a name – The Prattle Rattle....

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Why The Australian Dollar Matters Now

Why The Australian Dollar Matters Now

In January and again in April, we showed we showed a potentially bearish path into the middle of 2016 and beyond for Australian stocks – a decline that we believe is linked to lowered expectations for China's economy and trade. Consistent with that view, the Australian Dollar appears ready to make a similar decline during the next year or longer. In the context of a larger decline that began...

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More Dollar Deflation Coming?

More Dollar Deflation Coming?

The US dollar has declined sharply so far in 2016, losing about 5% of its value against a large basket of other global currencies.  That may seem substantial and often characterizes the health of the sovereign country's economy.  So, does it really mean the US economy is in decline?  Further, does it truly represent a decline in purchasing power and strength in the world - as it usually...

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All About the (Unloved) Banks

All About the (Unloved) Banks

This past week the Financial sector did the heavy lifting. The financial ETF (XLF) far outperformed the main ETFs in technology, industrials, materials, energy, biotech… you name it. I consider this surge a significant development; one that bodes well for higher prices in the major indices, even though financials comprise the most unloved sector in the S&P. Here’s the backstory. In the...

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Is The Fed Intent On Breaking The Middle Class?

Is The Fed Intent On Breaking The Middle Class?

One chart reveals Fed’s true intent; wreck havoc on the Middle Class   Crises refine life. In them, you discover what you are.Allan K. Chalmers What strikes one immediately is that the Fed has been creating money hand over fist; one hand they create money, with the other hand they buy assets and put it on their books, all looks well until you realize this is something called monetization of...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

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