I swear I'll keep posting these every day until this gets the attention it deserves. These concepts are discussed in detail here. And yes, there are other confluence factors not outlined here. Click the images to expand.
EUR/USD nails and hits the breaks on a 100% measured move of the final pullback low.
This week consists of one of the busiest schedules we have faced in a while, and either out of utter genius or sheer idiocy, I scheduled a short vacation several months back starting on Wednesday, so
With so many journalists / analysts essentially stating as fact that some version of Operation Twist 2.0 is on the books for tomorrow, I thought it might help to toss up a friendly reminder of
Deja vu. At first, all seemed rosy, with the pro-bail-out party (New Democracy) winning Greece's general election, and then the focus shifted once again on Italy and Spain, with bond yields hitting gasping highs of
A fundamental shift driven by U.S. data, political events in Europe, generalized LTRO aftermath as well as continuous bleeding of uncertainty regarding Spain has dropped support for the Euro, as with global risk overall, and
Everything went ahead and got a little bloody today. Currency markets went through 3 blow for blow rounds of varying market conditions within a window of only a few hours following today's employment release. I
Trying to make sense of the Euro's wishy washy behavior at month end. Offers holding ground sub 3270 but significant trendline buildup now, with the inner trendline showing it's face today, and this is the