Market Data | News & Analysis

Has the US Dollar Index bottomed out?

I start this week’s article with an important point to note on the US Dollar Index. We are […]

Jason Sen / 17 January 2018

Jason Sen

Market Data | News & Analysis

Where next for Bitcoin?

Bitcoin hit the mainstream news throughout last year. From a low of $752 in January the price rocketed […]

Jason Sen / 11 January 2018

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Will WTI crude continue its seven-month bull run?

This month marks the two-year anniversary of the WTI crude oil recovery. The slow-but-steady bounce of about 40% […]

Jason Sen / 9 January 2018

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Short-term trading levels for the US nonfarm payrolls

For EUR/USD the key to direction is obviously the 1.2090/92 high. A double top would be a sell […]

Jason Sen / 5 January 2018

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Outlook for 2018: gold and silver

Despite almost 10 years of a very strong bull market for US stocks there is no sign of […]

Jason Sen / 20 December 2017

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US dollar likely to resume its bear trend

The US Dollar Index has rejected longer-term resistance after the recent rally and is expected to turn lower, […]

Jason Sen / 14 December 2017

News & Analysis | Trading Strategies

What to watch if you’re trading Ethereum

Ether is the cryptocurrency that operates on the Ethereum network, so when we’re talking about Ethereum we’re also […] / 13 December 2017

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