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The power of using multiple timeframes

Using multiple timeframes is one of the keys to trading success and in this morning’s forex session we explain why, and using several of the GBP pairs. The reasons are many. First, using this approach reveals how price action in one timeframe, can reveal so much in another. Overlaying two candles is easy, but doing… Read more »

Excellent trades in the majors during the London FX session

Another excellent forex trading session for the European and London open with the pound and the euro in focus as the Far East and Asia session comes to a close. With the US dollar selling off this helped to propel many of the major currency pairs, and with strong euro buying on the faster timeframes,… Read more »

GBP/JPY begins to turn on the daily chart

gbpjpy daily chart

The currency strength indicator on the daily timeframe has been signalling the UK pound as strongly overbought (yellow line) and the Japanese yen (magenta line) as oversold for some time, and today has finally seen the pair move lower following last week’s extended congestion phase in the 151 area of the chart. This period of… Read more »

Kiwi roaring higher on the currency strength indicator

Good to see the Kiwi on a bit of tear (the white line on the currency strength indicator), but comes as no surprise given how oversold it was at the end of last week. We’ve been tracking the NZD/USD which has had a huge move higher overnight & broken through the VPOC on the daily… Read more »

Euro tumbles on Draghi comments

Mario Draghi’s comments at the ECB conference regarding further stimulus has led to a dramatic fall in the euro across the board, and the eurodollar in particular. This weakness, however, was first signaled last week, and has been developing since the start of the trading week, and is a follow through from the two bar… Read more »

Eurodollar continues to frustrate

Eurodollar continues to frustrate traders, and it’s easy to see why. Since the failure to breach 1.1713 the pair has retreated back into the range of the VPOC (volume point of control) in the 1.1170 region where it continues to remain waterlogged. With end of month and end of quarter position squaring we will have… Read more »

Cable finally finds some support (& buyers!)

Following longest fall since 2008 no surprise to see British pound and the 6B move higher in this morning’s trading, on the back of profit taking and closure of US and Canadian markets for the Labor Day holiday. From a VPA (volume price analysis) perspective the recent move lower has also been associated with falling… Read more »

Aussie dollar continues lower

As spot forex traders we sometimes forget the futures market can often help with market sentiment towards a currency and the daily chart for 6A, which is the contract for the Aussie dollar is particularly revealing. For the 6A,  it has been a return to business as usual over the last couple of weeks, since… Read more »

Bearish sentiment continues for eurodollar

The release of slightly better than expected preliminary GDP and unemployment claims for the US did manage to add some bearish momentum to the eurodollar before it found support at 1.2525 from where it has been attempting to rally higher. It goes without saying this level needs to be taken out for the pair to… Read more »

Interesting divergence in the majors

During yesterday’s overall market volatility the forex market posted some very interesting and intriguing price action and candle patterns, particularly with regard to the major pairs. As a general rule of thumb whenever the market becomes agitated and adopts a ‘risk off’ mood traders and investors can expect a strong move into safe havens such… Read more »