EUR/CAD in focus at the start of the London forex session

EUR/CAD in focus at the start of the London forex session

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Analysis of the EUR/CAD, the volume point of control and Wyckoff’s three laws

Analysis of the EUR/CAD, the volume point of control and Wyckoff’s three laws

Analysis of the EUR/CAD, the volume point of control and Wyckoff's three laws https://youtu.be/_G8vIVpyhP8...
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Getting into a trend using the currency strength indicator

Getting into a trend using the currency strength indicator

IN this session from the London forex session we explain how to use the currency strength indicator to help you get into a trend. https://youtu.be/P_dc3igYbq8...
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Check out the daily timeframes for reversals on the currency strength indicator

Check out the daily timeframes for reversals on the currency strength indicator

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Nice move in the euro along with the pound in the London session

Nice move in the euro along with the pound in the London session

https://youtu.be/QQvzkV2brBE Another great session this morning with David and myself as we showcase the Quantum Trading tools and indicators through the European open and into the London session, and the two currencies we focused on here were the British pound and the euro. As you would expect these are the currencies that take centre stage as European markets open, and we were not disappointed with the euro finding some positive sentiment and sending it firmly higher against the US dollar which was equally bearish on the faster timeframes, and so developing a nice trend. And of course this was clearly in evidence on the currency strength indicator on both the MT5 platform and the NinjaTrader platform. One of the key issues when trading any pair is to understand whether the sentiment for the currency is universal across the currency complex, and here the currency matrix and the currency array step in to help and display this instantly and in all timeframes. This...
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Divergence in euro complex

From a technical perspective last week was not an easy one for the euro with a divergence of sentiment across the complex. Against the USD it found some much needed support at the 1.0825 support level, which provided the springboard for a move up and through the VPOC on the daily chart at the key 1.09 price point. The pair managed to maintain this bullish momentum through to the end of week before finally ending the week at 1.1004 on reasonable volume. However, this move higher has, so farfailed to follow through in today's trading session with the 100 ema providing the cap. Bearish sentiment towards the euro has also increased in the futures market where shorts have added 18.1k contracts taking the total gross short position to 172.5k, the largest increase since November 2015. This week we also have the ECB interest rate decision and obligatory press conference, and given the current economic downturn in the eurozone, the market is...
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Is Swiss Franc ready to turn higher?

With year end on the horizon, now perhaps is a good time to see what the Swiss franc has been up in an effort to determine what the currency is likely to be doing in the run up to the 15th January 2015 anniversary when the SNB (Swiss National Bank) removed the floor of support for the currency, unleashing a wave of volatility on the markets not seen since the dark days of the financial crisis back in 2008. From a technical standpoint the Swiss Franc is now heavily oversold on the hourly and daily currency strength indicator, against most of its counterparts, with the exception of the where the picture is very different, with the pair firmly range bound albeit well below the 1.20 price point, which triggered the January volatility. With regard to the other CHF pairs, and in particular the USD/CHF the current move higher that started in mid October is now reaching an exhaustion point, as the pair...
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Quantum Trading apps now available on Tradable

Quantum Trading apps now available on Tradable

David and I delighted to announce the range of Quantum Trading indicators and apps are now available on Tradable, and both David and I are excited to be associated with such an innovative and dynamic company. Tradable, available on Windows or Mac OS, has a unique interface which enables traders to download and arrange third party developed apps, providing them with all the information they need in one place to make informed trading decisions – including market charts, news flashes, social trading feeds – as well as powerful execution tools. Traders can utilise a series of applications built by other traders on a similar experience level, or create their own, bespoke tools (apps) inside Tradable. Tradable is an award winning, easy to use platform, aimed at intermediate and experienced traders. For more information, visit www.tradable.com For a free trial of the new Quantum Trading tools, please visit http://quantumtrading.tradable.com/  ...
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Bearish sentiment continues for euro

Despite finding support at 1.0996 following last week's mauling eurodollar is struggling to hold onto the weak overnight gains. 15 min chart for the pair is particuarly revealing with a series of volatility candles triggered as the combination of the resistance at 1.1056 and the 100ma have been taken by traders as an excuse to sell. Other euro pairs also taking a tumble include the EUR/GBP and EUR/CAD, the former sitting neatly on the VPOC on the 15 min timeframe which sits at the 0.7180 region, and any move through here could see the pair test support at 0.7168. Any move lower for the EUR/GBP cross is also benefiting from a move higher in cable.    ...
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Don’t ignore the Kiwi – it can deliver some great trades!

A currency often overlooked by forex traders is the New Zealand dollar, which is a great shame because this commodity dollar can often deliver some impressive and consistent trades, particularly on the slower time frames. And for a reason we only need to glance at the daily chart of the currency strength indicator. Following a sharp move lower in August towards the oversold region of the CSI, the New Zealand dollar then spent the next four weeks trying to move away from this region, before finally finding some traction towards the end of September. Since then the NZD has moved sharply higher against most of its counterparts, with a number of pairs lifting off simultaneously. Of the pairs which make up our NZD matrix, it has been the NZD/USD and NZD/JPY which have delivered some of the best trades, followed by the GBP/NZD and EUR/NZD. The move higher in the NZD/USD followed a period of consolidation for the pair as it bumped along...
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