Marvin Perry, Author at Forex Anatomy

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(Video): Today’s Fundamental Backdrop in Spot Currencies – May 5, 2021

The Hours leading up to today’s US Trading Session carried signs of renewed enthusiasm and migration back into risk assets, following a period of softness & risk aversion from yesterday’s trading session. Inflation concerns, coupled with statements from the Treasury Secretary Yellen about the need to raise rates to prevent economic over-heating, led investors to […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – April 12, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are excited about another week of trading! Last week’s price movements were quite disjointed & unusual, with many assets in the FX space trapped within a choppy range. But, this new week of trading will be the start of 2nd Quarter Earnings Season, which is a 6-week period when […]

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Flight-To-Quality Fuels Market Behavior – March 23, 2021

Financial markets are preferring the safe haven play on Tuesday, as caution & concern widens over discouraging lockdown headlines from Germany, coordinated sanctions against China, and also the Fed Chair Powell’s & Treasury Secretary Yellen’s 2-day testimony before Congress.  During today’s market activity, risk-oriented assets, like global stock indices and emerging market currencies, are trading […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 15, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are well-rested and excited about another week of productive trading! The new week is about to begin, and we’re already expecting another week of volatility as the economic calendar is stacked full with event risk. There will be a trio of important central bank meetings, from the FOMC (Fed), BOE […]

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(Trade Setup): Potential +126 Pip Sell on EUR/USD

Hello Traders! I am posting another potential 🔔 sell opportunity in EUR/USD for a ~126+ pips trade. If price breaks above the 1.1946 level, and completes a 3-wave correction into fresh supply at the 1.2000 Psychological/Institutional level (1.1986/2025 resistance zone), then look for an opportunity to sell EUR/USD to target 1.1859 upon bearish confirmation. ⛔️Stop […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 8, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are well-rested and excited about another week of productive trading! On last Friday, we witnessed a solid rally in US equities, following the release of better-than-expected employment data, that indicated looming recovery in the US Jobs market, and possible rebound in the US economy. At today’s market open, we […]

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“Playing The Range” in Steady Markets – March 3, 2021

What began as a mood of optimism during the Pre-New York hours, shifted into a mood of caution as financial markets traded the day with limited conviction ahead of key event risks for the latter half of this week. Pressure in global bond markets are continuing to weigh on any further rally in risk-oriented assets, […]

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(Webinar): Understanding Seasonal Patterns In Risk Assets – March 1, 2021

We experienced a dynamic & enthusiastic start to the first trading day of March and the new quarter, as high-yielding assets rallied on renewed hopes of a faster economic recovery than what was originally expected. Global bond yields have continued to maintain their footing, which caused concern for investors through the close of last week’s […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 1, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! We are entering a new month of trading, with fresh market themes that are poised to play out within currency markets, as well as other asset classes. As usual, the first week of any month is the US Non-Farm Payrolls Week, which is scheduled to be released on Friday, and we’re expecting more […]

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(Video): Bond Market Rout Boost Dollar Demand – February 26, 2021

Anxiety in bond markets are still taking their toll on risk-oriented assets, with another round of selling to close off the final trading day in February.   While financial analysts were busy interpreting the recent climb in Treasury yields, the greenback remained supported, which resulted in a deep sell-off in equity future indices ahead of the […]

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