Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Forex Online Training Room Trade Of The Day Mar 27th

Today, Chief Trader, Alvaro Mendez , takes a short position on the EUR/USD 1.3338 after an upward breakout trend. Using our scalp system, he identifies a potential entry in the 15 minute chart as a resistance level. When the price hits the sell zone Alvaro anticipates a retracement in the price and pulled trigger to enter as 80% of traders followed. Using this strategy, Alvaro and members of our Trading Community were able to make 8 pips then move on to make additional 12 pips.

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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Mar 23 Trade of Day Usd/Jpy Forex Training sessions


Chief Trader Alvaro Mendez take an advanced trade on the (82.36) USD/JPY for 8 points. Chief Al is able to recognize an advanced trade set up by analyzing Forex Insight trading methods. Market actions set up this week allows Alvaro to anticipate downward market momentum has stalled and will need to come up for air before continuing lower.

The Traders that followed Alvaro in the online room and in office moved on to complete trade with removing second set of fills at +20 and +29. Learn how to trade the Forex Market Successfully and to spot trading opportunities to consistently profit in the Forex market with Forex Online Training School LIVE ACCESS Courses now registering TRADE ROOM ACCESS PASS 


Friday, March 23, 2012

Forex Insight Pro Traders Tip of the Day Mar 23rd



Spot  Trend and Go With It

Determine the trend and follow it. Market trends come in many sizes – long-term, intermediate-term and short-term. First, determine which one you're going to trade and use the appropriate chart. Make sure you trade in the direction of that trend. Buy dips if the trend is up. Sell rallies if the trend is down. If you're trading the intermediate trend, use daily and weekly charts. If you're day trading, use daily and intra-day charts. But in each case, let the longer range chart determine the trend, and then use the shorter term chart for timing.

Spain's borrowing rates continue to rise as uncertainty in global financial markets

CBS News - Yields on 10-year bonds are up to 5.47 percent mark after rising all week. In March, the yield was below 5 percent.

The spread between the Spanish yield and the benchmark German equivalent hit 358 basis points on Friday, the highest since early January.

Analysts say the rise is due to doubts over the new conservative government's commitment to meet deficit reduction targets and concerns that a global growth slowdown and market jitters will hurt Spain's chances of avoiding a bailout.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Why it's better to own the euro than the US dollar Shorting the dollar could be considered.

from seeking alpha auther site There are many reasons why a currency goes up or down. Following list gives the most important ones:

Current account balance of the country
Total national debt of the country
Inflation rate
Interest rate

If the current account balance of the country is positive, a country will export more than it imports. As the population of the country exports more, they will receive more foreign money. This money will then be converted into their own currency, which is then spent or put in their banks. As the foreign money is converted into the money of the country's population their own currency will appreciate in value.

The larger the national debt of the country, the more expensive it will be to sell debt to foreigners. The government will then be obliged to monetize this debt to keep interest rates low and to be able to service this debt. Rising debt load will therefore devalue the currency.

The higher the inflation rate, the lower the currency will go. An example is Vietnam, where the dong lost much of its value due to high inflation.

When interest rates are lower than the inflation rate, there is no incentive for foreigners to buy why it's better to own the euro than the US dollar. There is a consequence to a lower currency value.

Very important aspects to look at when placing the US dollar against the EURO :

Let's look at the statistics:

1) Current account

The GDP of the US ($US 14,5 trillion) and the eurozone ($US 16 trillion) are approximately the same, so we can compare the current account balances of the two countries.

The current account deficit of the US is in the order of $US 110 billion per quarter, which amounts to $US 450 billion per year (2011).

For the Eurozone, the 12-month cumulated seasonally adjusted current account recorded a deficit of EUR 44.9 billion.

So in this case, the eurozone is the winner. Europe VS USA: 1-0.

Euro Area Current Account (Millions of EUR)

US Current Account (Billions of USD)

2) Total National Debt

Total US national debt is $US 15.5 trillion. Total eurozone national debt to GDP is 85%, which translates to $US 13.6 trillion. So again, Europe wins by a small margin. Europe VS USA: 2-0.

3) Inflation Rate

The inflation rate in the Eurozone is 2.6%, while the inflation rate in the US is 2.9%. And since we all know the US federal reserve is lying about inflation, the eurozone wins this one by a big margin. Europe VS USA: 3-0.

4) Interest Rate

The interest rate in the Eurozone is 1%, while the interest rate in the US is essentially zero. What's new, the euro wins again. Europe VS USA: 4-0 FOREX INSIGHT TEAM http://forexinsighters.com 305-6299490

ECB sees 'mild recession' in eurozone

AP - article link Benoit Coeure, an ECB executive board member, told Japan's Nikkei newspaper that growth was held back by scarce bank credit and necessary government budget-cutting because of problems with debt in some eurozone countries.

He added that higher oil prices and increased value-added taxes on consumer purchases in some countries had led the bank to raise its outlook for inflation but that "insofar as they are temporary, higher energy prices should not have a lasting impact on inflation.

" Coeure said that whether inflation rose over the longer term would depend on whether higher oil prices were reflected in higher wages, creating so-called second round effects or a wage-price spiral.

He said in an interview text made public Sunday that "there are good reasons to believe that second-round effects will be limited." Coeure is one of six members of the ECB's executive board, the body that runs the bank day to day at its Frankfurt headquarters. He also sits on the 23-member governing council, which decides interest rates. Higher prices have become part of the bank's discussion of the economy in recent days thanks to higher prices for crude and an easing of the eurozone debt crisis with a successful debt reduction and second bailout for Greece.

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Ron Paul Telll Bernanke He's Killing the Dollar

Ron Paul destroys Bernanke in a Q&A Session by bringing up the real rate of inflation (at least 9%) and at one point pulling out a silver dollar, which has maintained it's purchasing power rather well since Bernanke came into office in 2006.