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Catching the Big Moves.... Print
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 A couple of weeks ago I spoke at Round-the-Clock-Trader about “How to catch the BIG moves in just 20 minutes a day...”. You can view the full recording of the webinar here.

The talk was based on the two main techniques I use in my trading - The trend following and reversal finding process from the Twenty Minute Extreme Swing Trader and the Fibonacci based, Harmonic Wave Trader. The chart shows these two methods in action, read on....

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Now we know why...! Print
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Friday, 14 July 2017 12:43

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A picture tells a thousand words.

Lat month the Fed and Janet Yellen's comments, led the market to belive we were on the hawk trail to higher interest rates, 'normalistion' they called it. With that, commentators were falling over themselves to call the end of QE, actual tapering would be just a few months away...lardy dar, etc. Read more, plus the charts...

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Yellen - as clear as? Print
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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 17:54

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Markets have been on a roller coaster ride this week with New Zealand earth quakes, the latest Trump's son revelations and then it was Janet's turn today as she attempted to clarify matters US economic to Congress. If you have nothing better to do right now (for the next three hours) you can watch the Youtube video here. This statement sums up her new (lack of) clarity about interest rates:

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Canada tightens... Print
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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 16:01

 We just had Canada pop their overnight interest rate up from 0.5 to 0.75%, a 25 basis point rise as they say in the trade. It's taken them 7 years to do it and marks the end ultra cheap money that kicked off the crazy housing market with valuations way above the reach of the average Canadian.  Now they are confident the economy is sound and the oil price, on which the economy largely depends, has stabilised in recent months. So much for the announcement, you can read the story here, but it's the chart USDCAD that has been looking very interesting for some time.

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It's not Rocket Science Print
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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 10:24

  Detective Clipart 25573Just some detective work as a discretionary trader. It's not slavishly following a 'cast in stone' algorithmic style, the type of system that only considers a never changing set of criteria that is much better traded by a computer than a human.

Detective work takes a look at the chart to find those clues that just might build a case to put on a trade.

One of our recent Traders Class trades was the New Zealand vs Japanese Yen. The evidence started with a classical charting pattern, a Double Top.

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Is the stock market rally now toast?

So is this the big one?

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