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Euro Versus Franc and Pound March 19th // 16 March 2012

EUR/CHF is a fixed pair, with the Swiss National Bank defending the 1.20 level. Even with this being common knowledge, the bears have sold this pair off over the last couple of days. Buying opportunities for scalps could be coming. The EUR/GBP pair has been fairly bearish lately. However, the latest action looks as if we are going to make an attempt to reach 0.84 again. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Franc and Aussie March 19th // 16 March 2012

USD/CHF fell during the session as the Dollar got hit a little overall for the Friday session. The pair has support coming into play at the 0.91 and 0.90 handles, but the close was at the bottom of the range. Because of this, we are waiting for signs of support to buy. The AUD/USD has broken to the upside and looks to continue the long bull run that we have seen. The 1.06 level needs to be cleared, and then it is on to the 1.08 level. We buy a break, and pullbacks as well. Play video >>

March 19th Long-Term Charts // 16 March 2012

AUD/USD fell for the week, but the hammer that printed at the 38.2% Fibonacci level looks very strong. The 1.04 level is crucial to the longer term bullishness in this pair, and so far it looks as if it holds. The USD/CAD pair is sitting on a ton of support, but the oil markets are working against the US dollar as the Iranian situation chugs along. However, if we get enough of a shock - money runs to America, even as oil rises. The USD/JPY pair looks strong still, and this past week was even more bullish than the previous two. 85 offers resistance though, so we may get a bit of a pullback. EUR/USD looks bullish at this point, but only for the very short-term. 1.30 is still the key. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Franc and Loonie March 16th // 15 March 2012

USD/CHF fell during the session on Thursday as we gave back our gains from the Wednesday session. The Dollar fell on the session against many currencies, but with the Swiss National Bank is working against the value of the Franc, and as such we aren't buying it. The USD/CAD is simply a mess at the moment, as the support and resistance levels are simply far too close to each other to allow for a flowing chart in this pair. The oil markets aren't helping either... Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Kiwi March 16th // 15 March 2012

USD/JPY fell a bit during the session on Thursday, finally pulling back a bit from the 84 level. At this point, 85 looks like a given, and we are trading it that way. The BoJ continues to work against the value of the Yen, and it looks like they are finally getting their way. NZD/USD bounced during the session, and recaptured most of the losses from the previous session. With this action, it looks like we are going to be buying again. Play video >>

Franc Versus Dollar and Euro March 15th // 14 March 2012

USD/CHF rose again during the session on Wednesday as the 0.9250 level gave way. The SNB is working against the value of the Franc, and quite honestly - the Swiss are stuck with the rest of Europe. This pair should continue to rise in value over the long term. The EUR/CHF pair rose during the session as well, and pierced the 1.21 level. However, we are at a significant resistance level. A break of the Wednesday highs has us buying, but then does a significant dip! Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Aussie March 15th // 14 March 2012

USD/JPY continues to plow higher. At this point in time, it is becoming more and more obvious that the trend is changing. Don't believe us? Check out the 50, 100, and 200 day EMAs now. The trend traders are the absolute last to exit.....and by definition - there are exiting short positions at this very moment. AUD/USD has fallen again. However, the 1.04 level is just below, and it looks very supportive. It is at this point on the chart that we look for bargains. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Loonie and Pound March 14th // 13 March 2012

USD/CAD continues to flop around in a relatively tight range just below the parity level. The pair is very difficult to trade, and is at best a scalper's market. The support levels we see are at 0.99, 0.98, 0.9750, 0.9700. The GBP/USD pair rose at first during the session, but found itself falling from the highs. The pair reentered the previous consolidation area, but struggled. To us, this looks very weak and suspicious. Because of this, we are very interested in selling the market if we break the bottom of the Monday lows. The breaking of the Tuesday highs has us long - but only for a quick consolidation move. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and and Aussie March 14th // 13 March 2012

USD/JPY rose again on Tuesday, pushing the pair to new highs again. The 85 level seems to be calling, and the breakout above the 80 level looks as real as it gets at this point in time. The AUD/USD pair had a volatile day but ended it forming a hammer for the second day in a row. The 1.05 level seems to be supportive, and is must also be said that the bottom of these hammers are testing the 38.2% Fibonacci level. The 1.04 is still our line in the sand. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Euro March 13th // 12 March 2012

USD/JPY originally fell during the session, but bounced to form a hammer. The move makes sense, as it looks like the move higher was a significant breakout. The market wants to join in, and the pullback during the session offered a chance to get involved for anyone that wasn't previously. The EUR/USD fell at first, but bounced to form a hammer. The pair looks as if it wants to rise again, but the rallies are more than likely going to be capped as the problems in the European Union are far from fixed. Play video >>

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