Wednesday, July 31, 2013

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.8930
Take profit  at 0.8990
Stop loss at 0.8890
From 22:50 31-07-2013 GMT Till 3:50 1-08-2013 GMT

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NZD/USD Signal

Sell NZD/USD
Price 0.7990
Take profit  at 0.7920
Stop loss at 0.8040
From 09:50 31-07-2013 GMT Till 14:50 31-07-2013 GMT

EUR/USD Signal

Sell EUR/USD
Price 1.3260
Take profit  at 1.3185
Stop loss at 1.3320
From 06:00 31-07-2013 GMT Till 11:00 31-07-2013 GMT

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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GBP/USD Signal

BUY GBP/USD
Price 1.5300
Take profit  at 1.5400
Stop loss at 1.5250
From 09:30 30-07-2013 GMT Till 15:30 30-07-2013 GMT

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.9060
Take profit  at 0.9140
Stop loss at 0.9010
From 9:20 30-07-2013 GMT Till 14:20 30-07-2013 GMT

Monday, July 29, 2013

EUR/USD Signal

Sell EUR/USD
Price 1.3250
Take profit  at 1.3175
Stop loss at 1.3300
From 13:50 29-07-2013 GMT Till 18:50 29-07-2013 GMT

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0280
Take profit  at 1.0220
Stop loss at 1.0330
From 7:00 29-07-2013 GMT Till 13:00 29-07-2013 GMT

NZD/USD Signal

Sell NZD/USD
Price 0.8090
Take profit  at 0.8030
Stop loss at 0.8120
From 11:30 28-07-2013 GMT Till 6:25 29-07-2013 GMT

Friday, July 26, 2013

NZD/USD Signal

Buy NZD/USD
Price 0.8070
Take profit  at 0.8130
Stop loss at 0.8030
From 10:25 26-07-2013 GMT Till 17:25 26-07-2013 GMT

AUD/USD Signal

Sell AUD/USD
Price 0.9280
Take profit  at 0.9220
Stop loss at 0.9335
From 10:10 26-07-2013 GMT Till 16:10 26-07-2013 GMT

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 98.65
Take profit  at 98.10
Stop loss at 99.25
From 10:15 26-07-2013 GMT Till 17:15 26-07-2013 GMT

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 110
Take profit  at 99.40
Stop loss at 100.50
From 10:05 23-07-2013 GMT Till 16:05 23-07-2013 GMT

EUR/USD Signal

Buy EUR/USD
Price 1.3195
Take profit  at 1.3250
Stop loss at 1.3155
From 7:30 23-07-2013 GMT Till 13:50 23-07-2013 GMT

NZD/USD Signal

Buy NZD/USD
Price 0.8
Take profit  at 0.8055
Stop loss at 0.7955
From 7:30 23-07-2013 GMT Till 13:50 23-07-2013 GMT

Monday, July 22, 2013

Everything Is Going According to Plan - BOJ



Over the weekend, policymakers met up in Moscow for the G20 meetings and BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda took the opportunity to renew his pledge to maintain the BOJ's aggressive monetary policy easing. According to him, everything is going according to the BOJ's plans since it made the bold change to its monetary policy.
If you remember, Kuroda shocked the markets a few months ago after he announced the BOJ's massive stimulus program designed to put an end to the country's 15-year deflation problem.
Analysts can tell that Kuroda feels pretty darn confident that the central bank took the right step when it made the aggressive move in April, which tells us that we probably won't see any adjustments to policy anytime soon.

No objections from other countries

Other G20 members don't seem to mind the BOJ's easy monetary policy. Exchange rates and competitive currency devaluations were barely even discussed in the meeting.
In fact, officials even seemed to show support for the policies of their counterparts. For instance, we heard Kuroda praise the Fed's plans of tapering, saying that such a move would only be appropriate as the U.S. economy recovers. This isn't what we're used to hearing.
Past, G20 meetings got ugly as countries criticized each other's policies, triggering talks of a currency war. But judging at how this weekend's meeting went, it appears as though we can rule out the possibility of a currency war, at least for now.

Abe victory clears path for more easing

The Liberal Democratic Party's decisive victory in Japan's recently concluded elections gives Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a strong foothold in the upper house. As of this writing, Abe's coalition has secured a majority win. Together with New Komeito, the LDP is slated to bag at least 74 of the 121 seats that are on the line.
This, in turn, should make it easier for Abe to implement and gain support for his "national growth strategy," which includes his hyper-easy monetary policy.

The big question: when?

While the events that unfolded over the weekend tell us that BOJ plans to stick to its guns, it doesn't necessarily mean that the central bank will pull the trigger and ease monetary policy every chance it gets.
On the contrary, the BOJ's recent statements seem to suggest that it only plans to do so if the need arises.
Based on its last two monetary policy statements, the central bank doesn't see much of a need for further easing yet. In fact, just last month, it sounded downright optimistic, claiming that the economy is starting to recover and that Japan is finally feeling the effects of the central bank's giant stimulus program.
The way I see it, the BOJ has adopted the ever-so-famous wait-and-see approach, which means that just like the Fed, it will probably base its future decisions on the outcome of economic reports. In other words, the BOJ might not reach into its bag of tricks unless Japan's recovery loses steam.

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 100
Take profit  at 99
Stop loss at 100.50
From 10:45 22-07-2013 GMT Till 116:45 22-07-2013 GMT

NZD/USD Signal

Buy NZD/USD
Price 0.7900
Take profit  at 0.7950
Stop loss at 0.7840
From 8:50 22-07-2013 GMT Till 13:50 22-07-2013 GMT

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.9190
Take profit  at 0.9260
Stop loss at 0.9140
From 08:45 22-07-2013 GMT Till 13:45 22-07-2013 GMT

Friday, July 19, 2013

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 100.40
Take profit  at 99.80
Stop loss at 100.90
From 12:05 19-07-2013 GMT Till 17:05 19-07-2013 GMT

NZD/USD Signal

Buy NZD/USD
Price 0.7900
Take profit  at 0.7950
Stop loss at 0.7840
From 6:30 19-07-2013 GMT Till 11:30 19-07-2013 GMT

Thursday, July 18, 2013

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 100.20
Take profit  at 99.20
Stop loss at 100.70
From 8:20 18-07-2013 GMT Till 13:20 18-07-2013 GMT

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0410
Take profit  at 1.0350
Stop loss at 1.04450
From 23:15 17-07-2013 GMT Till 4:15 18-07-2013 GMT

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 99.70
Take profit  at 99.20
Stop loss at 100.25
From 23:10 17-07-2013 GMT Till 4:10 18-07-2013 GMT

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.9235
Take profit  at 0.9295
Stop loss at 0.9175
From 21:55 16-07-2013 GMT Till 1:55 17-07-2013 GMT

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0375
Take profit  at 1.0325
Stop loss at 1.0425
From 21:50 16-07-2013 GMT Till 1:50 17-07-2013 GMT

Monday, July 15, 2013

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0435
Take profit  at 1.0375
Stop loss at 1.0475
From 21:30 15-07-2013 GMT Till 1:30 16-07-2013 GMT

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.9100
Take profit  at 0.9160
Stop loss at 0.9040
From 21:25 15-07-2013 GMT Till 1:525 16-07-2013 GMT

EUR/USD Signal

Buy EUR/USD
Price 1.3060
Take profit  at 1.3130
Stop loss at 1.3025
From 21:20 15-07-2013 GMT Till 1:20 16-07-2013 GMT

AUD/USD Signal

Buy AUD/USD
Price 0.9060
Take profit  at 0.9120
Stop loss at 0.9020
From 12:50 15-07-2013 GMT Till 12:50 15-07-2013 GMT

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0395
Take profit  at 1.0325
Stop loss at 1.0450
From 12:45 15-07-2013 GMT Till 4:45 15-07-2013 GMT

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 99.35
Take profit  at 98.35
Stop loss at 99.95
From 12:45 15-07-2013 GMT Till 4:45 15-07-2013 GMT

Saturday, July 13, 2013

EUR/USD weekly outlook: July 8 - 12


The euro fell to six-week lows against the broadly stronger dollar on Friday, as better-than-expected U.S. employment data for June fuelled expectations that the Federal Reserve will soon start to scale back its asset purchase program.

EUR/USD hit session lows of 1.2807, the pair's lowest since May 17 before settling at 1.2834, down 0.62% for the day and 1.35% lower for the week.

The pair is likely to find support at 1.2750, the low of March 27 and resistance at 1.2916, Friday’s high.

The Department of Labor said the U.S. economy added 195,000 jobs in June, more than the 165,000 increase forecast by economists. May's figure was revised up to 195,000 from a previously reported 175,000. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.6% in June.

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said last month the bank could begin tapering its USD85 billion-a-month asset purchase program by the end of 2013 and wind it down completely by the middle of 2014 if the economy picks up as the central bank expects.

The euro dropped 0.73% against the dollar on Thursday after the European Central Bank adopted a dovish stance on interest rates and took steps to give forward guidance to markets.

Speaking at the bank’s post policy meeting press conference, ECB President Mario Draghi said the bank expects to maintain interest rates at current or lower levels for an “extended” period of time.

Draghi said the decision to give forward guidance on interest rates was taken unanimously by policymakers and was “a very significant step forward” for the ECB.

The ECB left interest rates on hold at record lows of 0.5%.

Draghi also said risks to growth in the euro zone remain “on the downside” and reiterated that monetary policy will remain accommodative for as long as is necessary.

In the week ahead, investors will be looking ahead to Wednesday's minutes of the Federal Reserve's June meeting, as well as Friday's closely watched data on U.S. consumer sentiment.

Talks by euro zone finance ministers and testimony by Mario Draghi to the European Parliament will also be in focus.

Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of these and other significant events likely to affect the markets.

Monday, July 8

In the euro zone, Germany is to produce official data on industrial production, a leading indicator of economic health, as well as data on the trade balance. Meanwhile, the eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers are to hold talks in Brussels.

In addition, ECB President Mario Draghi is to testify before the committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs in the European Parliament in Brussels.

Tuesday, July 9

Finance ministers from the European Union are to hold talks in Brussels.

Wednesday, July 10

In the euro zone, France and Italy are to release official data on industrial production.

Later Wednesday, the Federal Reserve is to publish the minutes of its June meeting. Meanwhile, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is to speak.

Thursday, July 11

The ECB is to publish its monthly bulletin, which outlines the bank’s economic outlook.

The U.S. is to release the weekly government report on initial jobless claims, a leading economic indicator, as well as official data on import prices.

Friday, July 12

The euro zone is to release official data on industrial production.

The U.S. is to round up the week with official data on producer price inflation and preliminary data from the University of Michigan on consumer sentiment.

Friday, July 5, 2013

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0525
Take profit  at 1.0450
Stop loss at 1.0575
From 23:25 4-07-2013 GMT Till 4:25 5-07-2013 GMT

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 100.25
Take profit  at 99.50
Stop loss at 100.75
From 23:20 4-07-2013 GMT Till 4:20 5-07-2013 GMT

Monday, July 1, 2013

USD/CAD Signal

Sell USD/CAD
Price 1.0525
Take profit  at 1.0450
Stop loss at 1.0575
From 12:00 1-07-2013 GMT Till 16:00 1-07-2013 GMT

USD/JPY Signal

Sell USD/JPY
Price 99.35
Take profit  at 98.25
Stop loss at 99.90
From 1:30 1-07-2013 GMT Till 5:30 1-07-2013 GMT

EUR/USD Signal

Buy EUR/USD
Price 1.3010
Take profit  at 1.3080
Stop loss at 1.2955
From 12:35 1-07-2013 GMT Till 4:35 1-07-2013 GMT