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NZD/USD tests important support levels

NZD/USD has been in a sideways range throughout most of March and all of April, so far. The […]

Jason Sen / 27 April 2017

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Donald Trump’s First 100 Days

Trump has made big statements on his vision for the US economy. Although these comments invigorated voters, there […]

Steve Ruffley / 27 April 2017

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Silver and gold remain in a bear trend

A couple of weeks ago I wrote that gold was testing strong resistance from the four-year trendline at […]

Jason Sen / 19 April 2017

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Gold hits important longer-term trendline resistance

Gold bulls are feeling full of confidence after maintaining a recovery since December. Prices have risen from $1122 […]

Jason Sen / 12 April 2017

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Trading levels for major markets over the US nonfarm payrolls

Ahead of Friday’s US nonfarm payrolls (NFP) release, what are the major levels you need to watch for […]

Jason Sen / 6 April 2017

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US Dollar Index bounces off important longer-term support

The US Dollar Index experienced a strong rally from May 2016 until a peak at the beginning of […]

Jason Sen / 29 March 2017

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Has the S&P 500 topped?

I first touched on this subject a few weeks ago. Now, with the S&P 500 trading sideways to […]

Jason Sen / 21 March 2017

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