Market Data | News & Analysis

WTI crude, S&P 500 and Dow Jones target levels

WTI crude is testing a buying opportunity at 5520/10 with stops below 5470. This trade worked perfectly with […]

Jason Sen / 17 November 2017


Market Data | News & Analysis

WTI crude oil up over 25% in just two months

WTI crude oil has staged the greatest rally since the beginning of 2016, when it doubled in just […]

Jason Sen / 8 November 2017

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US dollar building a more positive outlook

We have been following the US dollar quite closely in recent weeks as the currency builds a more […]

Jason Sen / 2 November 2017

News & Analysis | Trading Strategies

Why it may be better to trade Bitcoin with a forex broker

Bitcoin has grown in popularity, so you may be tempted to buy Bitcoins and hold on to them. […] / 27 October 2017

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This week’s look at the euro, dollar and yen crosses

GBP/USD is seeing a strong recovery on expectations of a rate rise. If we hold above 1.3210/60 we […]

Jason Sen / 26 October 2017

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Short-term forex analysis and trading levels

AUD/USD tests first resistance at 7880/85 before last week’s high at 7892/97. Obviously this is now key to […]

Jason Sen / 20 October 2017

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The potential downside for EUR/USD

I have been focused on the US dollar over the last couple of weeks. I was looking for […]

Jason Sen / 16 October 2017

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