Trading on Thursday – 2018.02.01.

Today, I was not lucky with the news. During the day every movement ruined the signals was near to confirmation. But @ the end the FOMC Statement and the Interest Rate Decision helped.

The FED kept the Interest rate between 1,25%-1,50%. READ ABOUT THE MEETING HERE!

This happened with the USD:

If you analize the USD chart in the 15M and 30M you can see Bullish candle stick pattern and the 1H technical analysis also shows Bullish direction. So the last 2 candle must be a small retracement.

Talk some words about the news tomorrow.

You can see that tomorrow will be filled with fresh economy numbers, but the most importants will be the German (EU’s leader’s), the British and the US Manufacturing PMI. These can make the biggest movements tomorrow.

Today, the Forex Strategy Course students made many clear and fast trades, with EURJPY, GBPAUD, EURUSD and generated 30-70 pips profit easily.

If I’m right and USD will become stronger tomorrow, we’ll receive clear signals to EUR, and USD pairs and to GOLD too. GBP also can be a good option, but mostly if the British PMI will be worse than the expected.





Trading on Wednesday – 2018.01.31.

Lets talk about tomorrow news.The Asian Session will start with Japanese and Australian numbers. We’re interested in the Australian CPI and if it’ll be good, it’ll help us to close the AUDNZD trade.

The 2nd thing we’re waiting for is the Trump Speech, what can help the USD to become stronger again.

The European economy numbers will be published from 8:00-11:00. The forecasts shows weaker numbers than the earliers. I’ll be real happy if the EUR will become weaker.

During the US session the US employment datas and the Canadian GDP will be published first, but we have to be careful because of the FOMC Statetement and the Interest Rate Decision.

So, as you can see, tomorrow will be full of happenings what can ruin or help our trades to close fast. I’ll be real careful tomorrow, so we’ll only make short trades and we’ll hedge our trades near the important news.

I will watch the Trump Speech and will prepare for trading. I hope most of the Forex Strategy Course students will be up with me and scalping after the news…

Come back tomorrow and check the new trades, or join the EXPRESS SIGNALS now and receive the signals on time.


Gold Prices Dip In Asia As Bank of Japan And People’s Bank Of China Eyed – Investing

“Gold prices eased slightly in Asia on Thursday as investors debated the prospect of China sharly trimming puchases of US Treasurys and whether the Bank of Japan is set to inch forward on a way out of its aggressive monetary policy.

Comex gold futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange dipped 0.06% to $1,318.50 a troy ounce.

Overnight, gold prices were hovering near four-month highs on Wednesday, as sentiment on the U.S. dollar weakened ahead of retail sales and inflation reports due at the end of the week.”



Fed policymaker sees further rate rises – BBC

“US interest rates are likely to rise again next month and a further three times next year, one of the Federal Reserve’s rate-setters has said.

John Williams, who sits on the Fed’s Open Markets Committee, said a rate rise in December “makes sense, at least based on the information I have today”.

He also told the BBC he was “pencilling in” three further increases next year, as interest rates returned gradually to “a normal level” of about 2.5%.”



Donald Trump nominates Jerome Powell as Fed chair – BBC

” On Thursday, President Trump thanked Ms Yellen for her stewardship of the bank, calling her a “wonderful woman who has done a terrific job”.

Mr Powell, who has an estimated income of between $20m and $55m (£15m-£41m), is a lawyer by training and a former partner in the Carlyle Group, one of the world’s biggest investment companies.

He was appointed to the Federal Reserve board in 2012 and has voted with the majority on issues such as interest rates.

In brief remarks on Thursday, Mr Powell said the economy has made progress since the financial crisis and pledged to make decisions “with objectivity, based on the best available evidence”.”