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Dollar Versus Loonie and Yen March 6th // 05 March 2012

USD/CAD rose during the session on Monday as the oil markets essentially sat still. The area it is entering however, is a significant resistance zone. This market is so full of various support and resistance levels, it is going to be very difficult to trade until we break above 1.01, or possibly below the 0.97 level. The USD/JPY fell for most of the day, but bounced late in the session to form a candle. The 0.8150 level looks as if it wants to act as support going forward. The 80 level continues to be key in this pair, and as long as it holds - we should continue to see buying opportunities. Play video >>

Euro Versus Dollar and Pound March 6th // 05 March 2012

EUR/USD did very little during the Monday session, but given the precipitous fall towards the end of the week previous - it probably needed a bit of rest. The 1.3250 level starts a strong supportive area all the way down the the 1.30 level. The EUR/GBP pair attempted a rally, but failed in the end. Of course, there is that hammer from Friday as well, so this could signal a bit of grinding before a breakdown in this pair. 0.83 seems to be supportive, and important. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Franc and Loonie March 5th // 03 March 2012

USD/CHF has risen quite strongly during the Friday session after hitting a brick wall at the 61.8% Fibonacci level. The 0.91 level has been broken to the upside, and this suggests that we are going much higher at this point. 0.95 is very possible. USD/CAD rose during the Friday session, and threatens the 0.99 level again. The pair has been choppy, and with all of the various support levels below, and the couple of resistance levels above - this pair will be choppy. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Kiwi March 5th // 03 March 2012

GBP/USD fell during the Friday session as the "risk off" trade came into play. The 1.58 level should continue to be crucial for the pair going forward. The entire range is the 1.60 on top , and the 1.5350 level on bottom. The reaction on Friday does seem to suggest that the fall could continue if we get a close below the 1.58 level. The NZD/USD fall as well, but remains stuck in the recent consolidation range. The 0.8450 level continues to offer resistance to the pair going forward, but with the central banks around the world flooding the markets - there is an upside bias in this pair. Play video >>

March 5th Long-Term Charts // 03 March 2012

EUR/USD has fallen during the past week, and given back all of its gains from the previous week in the process. The 50% Fibonacci level has held true, and now we look at possible consolidation. AUD/USD failed to clear the 1.08 level on the close. However, the 1.06 level looks to still be supportive. The overall trend remains firm as long as we are above the 1.04 level. USD/JPY fell during the week as the 80 level was retested for support. The area should continue to offer buying opportunities as the pair grinds higher. The candle is a very, very, very good sign for the bulls. GBP/USD formed a shooting star for the week, after the previous two weeks showed supportive hammers. This looks like we could see consolidation between the 1.5650 and 1.60 levels. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Loonie and Ruble March 2nd // 01 March 2012

USD/CAD fell again during the Thursday session as oil continues to climb. However, the CAD isn't gaining like it normally does when oil rises, so we are a bit suspect of this move. Adding to the confusion is the fact that there are so many support levels below. Although if we had to take a position it would be short, we are more than happy to trade other pairs in relation to oil. Speaking of this, the USD/RUB (Russian Ruble) pair is also an oil play. The pair has been in a nice steady decline recently, and the fall makes a much cleaner chart than the Russian Ruble one does. With this in mind, we like the downtrend to continue. Play video >>

Aussie Versus Dollar and Yen March 2nd // 01 March 2012

AUD/USD rose on Thursday to recapture much of the losses seen on Wednesday. The pair continues to look healthy, and the move up could be starting as we continue to grind higher against the handle. 1.12 was a level that we called for previously, and this chart shows us nothing to change our minds. AUD/JPY originally fell during the session, but managed a bounce as the pair formed a hammer for the day. The pair looks like it is ready to continue higher, and as a result, we feel this trend will continue upwards. The Bank of Japan certainly won't mind. Play video >>

Pound Versus Dollar and Yen March 1st // 29 Feb. 2012

GBP/USD shot straight up during the Wednesday session as an official stated there was less of a chance for further quantitative easing by the BoE. With this being said, the Pound suddenly surged against the Dollar. However, later in the day Ben Bernanke failed to mention anything about QE3, and the market reversed as well. The 1.60 level has held, and we have a shooting star. GBP/JPY rose again during the day as the Pound gained against many of the currencies around the world. However, the 130 level is a massive resistance point, so buying at this point is difficult. However, a pullback might be interesting..... Play video >>

Euro Versus Dollar and Pound March 1st // 29 Feb. 2012

EUR/USD originally rose during the Wednesday session as the "risk on" attitude came into play. The LTRO came out, and the ECB didn't mention another one. The Fed Chairman also didn't bother to mention more QE, and an official at the Bank of England said the perhaps the BoE doesn't need to ease anymore. The pair fell naturally...... The EUR/GBP was a much uglier affair as the 0.85 level has held as resistance, and the 0.84 level gave way immediately. The pair is in a downtrend, so we are comfortable anyway. The pair is a sell on a break below the bottom of the Wednesday lows. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Aussie and Kiwi February 29th // 28 Feb. 2012

AUD/USD rose after first falling during the session on Tuesday. The pair is sitting just below the 1.08 level, and has formed a hammer. The 1.08 level is resistive, and we have formed a bullish flag as well. Because of this, we are waiting to see 1.08 broken to the upside in order to buy the pair for a target of 1.15 before the move is over. NZD/USD formed a hammer on Tuesday, but is still stuck in consolidation. The pair looks like it is winding up to move higher, but until we are above the 0.8450 level we are waiting to buy. A break lower has supportive areas all the way back down to the 0.80 level. Play video >>

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