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Dollar Versus Loonie and Yen September 13th // 12 Sept. 2012

USD/CAD rose a bit during the session on Wednesday as the 0.98 handle has been retested as resistance. The level is the bottom of a massive consolidation as well, and as a result as long as we are below it, we are sellers. The USD/JPY pair tried to rally, but in the end wasn't very impressive. The shooting star formed does bode well for the sellers, but we think this is a short-term move at best. The Bank of Japan will be watching, and more than likely reacting after the Fed announcement today. Play video >>

Yen Verus Dollar and Pound September 12th // 11 Sept. 2012

USD/JPY finally broke through the 78 handle as we wait the Federal Reserve's decision. The possibility of further easing could continue to push prices lower. However, the Bank of Japan will more than likely react in a way to weaken the Yen in the near term. We suspect their actions will be in reaction to the Fed's move. The GBP/JPY pair fell on Tuesday, but bounced back up in order to form a hammer on a nice rising trend line. The Pound is doing well overall, so this pair should certainly outperform the USD/JPY pair. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Euro and Pound September 12th // 11 Sept. 2012

EUR/USD broke out over the 1.28 resistance level on Tuesday, and looks very healthy at this point. In fact, there is absolutely no real resistance until we get to the 1.30 handle at this point, so a short-term long is the way to go from where we stand. The GBP/USD pair had a strong day after the hammer that formed on Monday. The pair looks set to reach our target of 1.63 over time. The pair could have a rocky road, but with the Fed looking to ease soon, this seems likely in the end. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Aussie and Kiwi September 11th // 10 Sept. 2012

AUD/USD fell during the session on Monday as the "risk off" trade came back into play. The Federal Reserve is more than likely going to add to quantitative easing this week, and as such the commodity currencies should do well. We believe the 1.03 level should be supportive for this pair as well, and as such think the Aussie grinds higher again. The NZD/USD isn't as clean of a trade, but we see 0.80 as vital at this point. If we can stay above it - we should see higher prices by the end of the week. If we get disappointment out of the Fed this week, both of these pairs could fall apart. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Euro September 11th // 10 Sept. 2012

USD/JPY hardly moved during the session on Monday, but with all of the headline risks out there, this was hardly a surprise. We still think the 78 handle is being defended by the Bank of Japan, and as such we think this market is still a "buy only" one if you are patient. The EUR/USD pair fell slightly during the session on Monday as the "risk off" trade came back. However, we think this pair is going to hit 1.30 eventually. After that - we would be sellers as this pair has to come back down to reality. In the meantime - we see short-term buying opportunities in the pair. Play video >>

Euro Versus Pound and Dollar September 10th // 08 Sept. 2012

EUR/GBP shot straight up on Friday as the Euro continued to enjoy a short-covering rally. The pair slammed into the 0.80 level, and we are now in a massive resistance region. In fact, we aren't impressed until we get above the 0.82 level. This is especially true against the Pound, as the GBP looks strong across the board. The EUR/USD launched itself after the poor jobs number in the US. The Federal Reserve looks set to embark on further monetary easing. The pair looks like the 1.30 level is calling. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Loonie September 10th // 08 Sept. 2012

USD/JPY fell for the Friday session as it now looks very likely that the Federal Reserve will be forced to do more quantitative easing. The pair currently knocks on the door of 78, but oddly enough stopped right at the 78.00 level. The Bank of Japan is certainly at work. The USD/CAD pair broke down past the .98 handle on Friday as commodity currencies got a bid. The level is significant, and if we can get a little bit lower - we are going a whole lot lower. Play video >>

September 10th Long-Term Charts // 08 Sept. 2012

EUR/USD has now broken out as it looks as if the Federal Reserve will be forced to do QE3. The poor jobs number was pretty much the last nail in the coffin, and the Euro looks like it has a clear path to the 1.30 level. The USD/CAD level broke through the 0.98 level on Friday, and even closed below it. The last vestiges of support are just below, and if the 0.9750 level gives way - this pair falls to 0.95 and possibly the 0.90 level as well. The GBP/USD pair has reached the 1.60 level, and looks ready to head higher. The cable pair looks very healthy, and with the Bank of England likely to hold off on further easing, this pair should continue until at least the 1.63 level. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Euro and Loonie September 7th // 06 Sept. 2012

EUR/USD continued to rise on Thursday as the ECB announced it was willing to buy "unlimited" amounts of bonds to help out its members. However, the devil is always in the details, and the markets have a right to be skeptical. The 1.27 level is just above, and needs to be overtaken in order to feel good about being long of this pair now. The USD/CAD pair fell to test the 0.99 handle, but with the Non-Farm Payroll number coming out later today, it was going to be hard for the sellers to overcome the support. However, this pair is VERY sensitive to the NFP numbers, so today should be a big day in this market. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Pound September 7th // 06 Sept. 2012

USD/JPY rose during the session on Thursday as the "risk off" mode came back into play. With the Non-Farm Payroll numbers coming out, there is a high probability of volatility in this particular pair. The less likely it is that the Fed will ease rates - the higher this pair goes. The GBP/USD pair rose during the Thursday session as well. This pair looks very healthy, and we have to wonder whether or not it would have stopped during the move if it weren't for the Non-Farm Payroll numbers coming out in America. Play video >>

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