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Dollar Versus Pound and Euro July 13th // 12 July 2012

GBP/USD fell for most of the session on Thursday to break below the 1.55 support level. We see further weakness in this market, and would welcome any rallies at this point with sell orders. We think the 1.5250 level is roughly where we are going in the near term. The EUR/USD pair got a bit of a bounce from the 1.22 level, to form a bit of a hammer. The bounce should only be an invitation to sell at higher levels, and this is what we are going to do. 1.24 looks resistive in our opinion. Play video >>

Euro Versus Pound and Yen July 13th // 12 July 2012

EUR/GBP bounced a bit more for the Thursday session as the hammer from the Wednesday session was triggered as a buy signal. The pair looks like it is ready to bounce a bit more, and a move up wouldn't surprise us at all. However, this move will more than likely just offer yet another great shorting opportunity in the near future. The EUR/JPY was weaker, and this makes sense as the Yen is favored. The candle for the session was breaking into the supportive hammer from the late part of May, and we think that any bonce should be sold. It appears that the 95 handle is calling. Play video >>

Yen Versus Dollar and Euro July 12th // 11 July 2012

USD/JPY rose during the session on Wednesday in order to continue to stay within the recent range. The pair looks like it needs to clear the 80 handle first though in order to get bullish. The FMOC minutes weren't hinting for more QE, so the US may or may not ease. However, we know the Japanese are going to. A break above 80.60 would be very, very bullish. The EUR/JPY pair saw a little bit of a bounce, but this simply isn't a strong enough signal to think about buying. The hammer from the start of June should have provided support - and it did. Now the real question is where do we sell from? Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Loonie July 12th // 11 July 2012

GBP/USD intially tried to rally during the session on Wednesday, but as the FMOC minutes gave no real explicit hints at further easing, the pair fell. The 1.5450 level below looks like a place where the bulls simply will have to hold. If not - 1.5250 is calling. The USD/CAD pair fell as well during the session, but is sitting just above the 1.0150 support level at the moment. With this in mind, we aren't ready to sell just yet. In fact, if we can break the highs from the Wednesday session - we would buy. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Loonie and Franc July 11th // 10 July 2012

USD/CAD fell originally during the Tuesday session, only to bounce back from the 1.0150 level and form a hammer. The pair looks as if the bounce could coincide with the "risk off" trade around the world. The oil markets, and therefore Iran, could be a catalyst for this pair as the tensions mount. The USD/CHF pair had a bullish session on Tuesday as the market looks to break out. The pair is the "antithesis of the Euro" as well, and this chart makes perfect sense. The parity level looks very likely at this point. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Yen July 11th // 10 July 2012

GBP/USD pair fell during the session on Tuesday in order to retest the 1.55 level. This area is the bottom of the recent consolidation area, and we think that the hammer that was formed for the session could see a bounce back to the top of the rectangle at this point. The USD/JPY continues to grind sideways, and it appears that the 79 level looks likely to be rather supportive in the near term. We like this pair for a longer term trade, but we need to first clear the 80 level, and then the 80.60 level. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Kiwi and Aussie July 10th // 09 July 2012

NZD/USD originally fell during the session on Monday, but bounced a bit. The resulting candle was a hammer, and it looks as if the 0.79 level is attempting to provide support. The 0.80 level continues to be resistive, and as a result we think the market will grind sideways. With the global outlook a bit shaky - this pair could be difficult. The AUD/USD will be moved by the numbers in China. So far, they aren't great...the look of the "risk appetite" of the markets should continue to push this pair lower over time. Granted, the hammer for the Monday session is bullish - but the weekly chart shows a shooting star, and therefore we have to lean towards the short side if pressed. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Pound July 10th // 09 July 2012

USD/JPY had a slightly bullish session on Monday, but gave back much of its gains. The 80 level still looms large, and a move through the 80.60 level would be the catalyst for a large move higher. However, it looks as if the bears are about to try the patience of the Bank of Japan again. The GBP/USD pair bounced slightly during the Monday session, and it looks as if the recent support level is going to cause a buying opportunity. A short-term one, but one none the less. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Kiwi and Euro July 6th // 05 July 2012

NZD/USD had a volatile session on Thursday, but managed to stay above the 0.80 handle. The pair looks rips for direction, and it must be said that with all of the QE in Japan, Europe, UK, and maybe the US...this pair looks like a winner going forward. The EUR/USD pair fell hard during the session on Thursday to slam into the bottom of the recent consolidation rectangle. The pair looks really weak, and there is a bearish flag that looks more and more believable now.... Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Yen July 6th // 05 July 2012

GBP/USD had a bearish session on Thursday, but managed to find a bit of support just below the 1.55 level. This suggests that perhaps the market is waiting for the NFP payroll number before making a decision as to the future direction of this pair. The reaction today should be vital. The USD/JPY looks suspiciously like a pair that wants to break out. The 80 handle is looking more and more important, and vulnerable as well. The uptrend channel is well defined, and 80.60 leads to much greater things. Play video >>

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