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Futures Markets Extend Yesterday’s Late Session Bounce in US Equities.

We’re seeing a continuation of yesterday’s late session bounce in US equities in today’s futures market price action, with all four broader equity indices ($ES, $YM, $NQ, $RTY) trading slightly in positive territory ahead of the Wall Street Open. Most of the European Global Services PMI data released overnight reported a contraction in services sector […]

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2023 Year Kicks Off with Flight-To-Safety Trading in Markets

The first official trading day of 2023 is marked by traditional flight-to-safety among investors, with both the US bond market (Treasuries) and the US Dollar ($DXY) trading higher for the session on the back of risk aversion. Growth stocks are suffering the most, with Big Tech giants, like Apple ($APPL) and EV giant Tesla ($TSLA) […]

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Using Rate Differentials to Day Trade Forex Market

Prior to the New York Open, financial markets were moving quite ambiguously, with some risk-leaning assets moving higher, while others remained pegged to their opening ranges. But, despite this apparent market temperament, there were clear signs within currency markets that investors were favoring risk appetite, with high-beta, commodity-linked currencies trading to the upside versus their […]

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An Easy 3.28% Return + Unperfect Execution = Profits

Before I get into the nitty gritty of this post, I want to first encourage you to watch yesterday’s live webinar recording, where you get to see my brother and I analyze a few currency pairs, as well as place a trade to sell GBP/NZD currency pair in real-time. There are a few lessons we […]

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Trading Risk Assets in a Hyper-Hawkish Fed Policy Environment

Prior to the New York Opening Bell, market indicators were broadcasting ambiguity in risk-oriented assets, with US Future markets paring their gains from earlier in the session. Analysts & Investors were unwinding from some of their riskier positions ahead of the second batch of US inflation data, with the Producer Price Index (PPI) on the […]

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EUR/USD is Testing the 2022 YTD Low

EURUSD is currently testing the 2022 YTD Low at 1.0806. The EUR/USD has been in a clear downtrend on the back of diverging monetary policies between the ECB & FED, which has been influenced by signs of slower growth in the Eurozone, and rising rate hike expectations that is fueling the greenback (USD). On Thursday, […]

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The Stifling of Risk Trades During Monetary Policy Tightening

Risk Markets opened the week with a continuation of the sluggish mood from last week, as analysts attempt to digest concerns of slower growth, from the Shanghai Covid lockdowns, and the lingering War in Ukraine, while rising pricing pressures (inflation) remain persistent across the board. Risk trades have been stifled due to a combination of […]

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US 10-Year Notes Auctioned with Tighter Price Tail at 1.584%

Wednesday’s auction of US 10-Year Notes (reopened 9 year,10 month issues) totaling $38 billion, were sold & purchased at a higher yield of 1.584, but at a lower rate than the WI “When Issued” value of 1.590%. This auction provided a tighter / negative price tail of -0.6 basis points, which is a fairly good […]

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(Video): How To Trade Financial Markets During Stagflation. – October 11, 2021

Pre-NY Open Market Conditions signaled that prevailing sentiment preferred more downside for US-based risk assets, with US Future indices sliding lower over concerns that Global Growth is decelerating. Over the weekend, Goldman Sachs lowered their growth projection for the US Economy, with their 2021 forecast dropping to 5.6% expansion for the year, compared to the […]

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Multi-Currency Performance For September 21, 2021

Today’s price action in currency markets have been indicative of the traditional “push & pull” dynamics that we typically witness the day before an important FOMC Monetary Policy announcement from the Federal Reserve Bank. Although global risk assets remained buoyant for most of today’s session, market sentiment still remained on the side of caution, with […]

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