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Yohay Elam has been into forex trading for over 5 years, and shares the experience and the knowledge accumulated after taking a short course about forex. Like many forex traders, Elam has earned the significant share of his knowledge the hard way. Macroeconomics, the impact of news on the ... more

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EUR/USD: 3 Downers Send It To The Lowest Since November
The EUR/USD is holding onto 1.1700, but only just. The pair has another down day, and the current trading levels are the lowest since November 14th, a 6-month low.
USD/CAD Forecast May 21-25 – No NAFTA Yet, Weak Economy Weighs
Dollar/CAD eventually jumped higher on disappointing data from the Canadian economy, after initially weathering the strength of the US Dollar. The economic calendar is relatively light, leaving room for NAFTA headlines to have a greater say.
AUD/USD Forecast May 21-25 – Chopping Its Way Around
The Australian dollar closed another week on the downside but managed to stabilize. What’s next? A speech by RBA Governor Lowe stands out. Here are the highlights of the week and an updated technical analysis for AUD/USD.
USD/JPY Finally Breaks Out, Fed Eyed – Forecast May 21 - 25
Dollar/yen finally made a big move, breaking above 110 and even topping 111 at one point. US yields were the primary driver. Can it continue higher? Lots of Fed-related events and also Japanese inflation will have their say.
EUR/USD Forecast May 21-25 – At 5-Month Low, ECB Eyed
EUR/USD had another negative week, falling to the lowest levels in 5 months. PMI figures and the ECB meeting minutes stand out. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an updated technical analysis for EUR/USD.
Forex Weekly Outlook May 21-25 – How High Can The Dollar Go?
The US Dollar ended the correction and rode higher alongside bond yields. The FOMC Meeting Minutes stand out and also watch out for Durable Goods Orders and events from other places. Here are the highlights for the upcoming week.
After The Jump, USD/JPY Path Of Least Resistance Is Still To The Upside
The USD/JPY continued its upward march and flirted with 111.00 as indicators on both sides of the Pacific supported the move. What’s next?
EUR/USD: Yet Another Dead Cat Bounce?
The EUR/USD is trading higher around $1.1830 at the time of writing, nearly 70 pips above the new 2018 lows of $1.1763 set on Wednesday.
GBP/USD Jump Found Its Limits
The GBP/USD jumped from the lows after a report that the UK might stay in the Customs Union. Where next?
CAD Inflation And Retail Sales Preview: Time To Choose A Direction
In the past few weeks, the USD/CAD traded between a low of 1.2730 to the round number of 1.3000. Within this range, 1.2800, 1.2865, and 1.2930 are notable levels that served as considerable levels of support and resistance.
Is 1.1760 The Next Stop For EUR/USD?
The EUR/USD created a double bottom from where it bounced in a “dead cat” style. Can it recover? Not so fast.
The Dollar Roller Coaster Is Back
The US Retail Sales report was only an excuse. The real story is the resumption of the rally in 10-year yields.
EUR/USD Battle Lines Set For The Next Big Move
After the EUR/USD failed to breach nor reach $1.2000, the pair dropped to the lower ground and found some stability. This stability may not last too long as the US Retail Sales are coming up.
GBP/USD Has More Room To Move Up Than Down Ahead Of The Jobs Report
The GBP/USD found some stability on Monday but Tuesday is different with the UK jobs report and the US Retail Sales release. Where will the Pound go?
Correction Or Crash? US Retail Sales To Set New Course For The Dollar
The Retail Sales report is crucial in understanding the direction of the US economy and comes at a testy time for the US Dollar.
1.2000 Is Not As Close As It Seems For EUR/USD
The EUR/USD is extending its recovery after hitting new lows for the year. The pair nears $1.2000 but faces a dense cluster of resistance.
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