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Time for a coffee break?

Coffee has been forming one huge descending triangle pattern since its major peak in early 2011. You can […]

Jason Sen / 22 February 2017

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US dollar bull trend resumes: so where next?

In last month’s articles we were looking for the end of the US dollar correction. Specifically we needed […]

Jason Sen / 15 February 2017

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Are hedge funds right to be bullish on oil?

From the Financial Times on Monday: Hedge funds have amassed the biggest ever bet on rising oil prices […]

Jason Sen / 7 February 2017

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Global stock markets in short-term correction

Last week the DAX 30 futures made a new one-year high at 11,895. However, we’ve seen a fairly […]

Jason Sen / 31 January 2017

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Focus on US 10-year Treasury notes

The data on my chart for US 10-year Treasury notes goes back to 1953, with a low yield […]

Jason Sen / 25 January 2017

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The US dollar breaks lower: what next?

The US Dollar Index had important Fibonacci support around the 101.00 area. Moreover, we have the two peaks […]

Jason Sen / 18 January 2017

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US dollar correction likely to have ended

Last week I was looking for a short-term correction in the US dollar bull trend. We have since […]

Jason Sen / 11 January 2017

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