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Yen Versus Dollar and Pound August 31st // 30 Aug. 2012

USD/JPY fell during the session but stayed within the current support zone of 78 - 78.75. This area seems to be holding firm, and we believe that the Bank of Japan is protecting the 78 handle at the moment. The Ben Bernanke speech later today should provide a bit of momentum in one direction or another. We know we won't sell though - the Bank of Japan has a larger account than we do. The GBP/JPY pair fell during the Thursday session but remains above the 124-ish support level. The pair followed the GBP/USD, which of course makes sense. We still like the idea of selling the Yen, (buying this pair) but will need to see the GBP/USD pair rise as well. Play video >>

Euro Versus Dollar and Pound August 30th // 29 Aug. 2012

EUR/USD fell during the session on Wednesday to run back towards the 1.25 level. The market seems to be waiting on the Jackson Hole speech from Ben Bernanke in order to figure out what the next move by the Fed will be. We think this pair is going to grind sideways until that speech this Friday. The EUR/GBP pair fell, and is testing the 0.79 handle. We think this is the area that selling this market makes sense from, and if we can get a daily close under this handle we are selling. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Yen August 30th // 29 Aug. 2012

GBP/USD had a fairly flat session on Wednesday as the market continued to respect the 1.58 level as an area of importance. We are currently sitting on it as support, and the breakout looks to be set to be tested as well. We still think it is a bullish market at this point. The USD/JPY pair looks like it is trying to confirm the 78 handle as the start of serious support all the way to the 78.75 level. The area is being defended by the Bank of Japan, and because of this we are only buying at this point. Of course, 80 should continue to keep prices down as well.... Play video >>

Yen Versus Euro and Dollar August 29th // 28 Aug. 2012

EUR/JPY fell for much of the session, but ended the trading day on Tuesday with a hammer being formed. The candle appeared at the 98 level, and it suggests that there is a serious attempt to push prices higher. The real question: "Can we get above the 101 level?" The USD/JPY pair fell, but is currently sitting in a massive support level. The area goes from the 78 handle all the way to the 78.75 level. We are currently only buying this pair, and unless you plan on fighting the Bank of Japan - you shouldn't be selling either. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Euro August 29th // 28 Aug. 2012

GBP/USD had a fairly wild session considering how tacit the market was on the whole Tuesday. The pair has found possible support at the 1.58 handle, and this could be a return and "retest" of the area. This triangle points to a 1.63 target, and if we break the highs from the session on Tuesday - this is what we are aiming for. The EUR/USD pair rose as well, but has a lot of noise above it. It looks relatively strong at this point, but we simply don't trust Europe at the moment, and as a result will need to see the overhead clutter broken above in order to go long. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Pound August 28th // 27 Aug. 2012

USD/JPY had a very quiet session on Monday, but currently sits on top of a lot of support it seems. The 78 handle is still a "floor" of sorts as far as the Bank of Japan seems to be concerned, and because of this - I like buying this pair at the moment. The GBP/USD pair fell on Monday, and even broke below the 1.58 handle. However, there should be support all the way down to the 1.57 level, and I am looking for a supportive candle to buy at this point. If we get a close below 1.57 however, things could get ugly. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Aussie and Kiwi August 28th // 27 Aug. 2012

AUD/USD fell during the session on Monday, breaking a trend line that had been holding the market up for the summer. The uptrend channel has been broken below, and as a result it looks as the 1.03 level is the next target. The first warning would have been the way that this pair reacted very poorly to the Chinese stimulus announcement earlier in the session. The NZD/USD seems to be fairing a bit better at this point, but mainly because of the fact that the supportive area just below that looks fairly solid. The pair isn't a buy - but isn't a sell either. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Pound and Euro August 27th // 24 Aug. 2012

GBP/USD fell like a stone on Friday to retest the 1.58 level. The area was the site of a breakout recently, and is now looking like a serious decision point. The next 100 pips in this pair are going to be vital. If we can find support - this is a great place to buy. If the 1.57 gives way, this pair falls hard. The EUR/USD pair fell during the Friday session, but found a bit of support at the 1.25 handle. However, the pair itself looks weak, and we think the pair is somewhat limited to the upside. Play video >>

Dollar Versus Yen and Aussie on August 27th // 24 Aug. 2012

USD/JPY fell for part of the Friday session, but bounced in order to forma hammer. This is the second supportive looking candle in a row, and it is also in the middle of support. Because of this, we like buying this pair as the 78 level looks like a brick wall. The AUD/USD pair fell during Friday and broke down below the uptrend line that had been holding this pair up since June. This is probably a result of the weak Chinese economic numbers lately. This pair looks like it wants to get down to the 1.03, possibly parity. Play video >>

August 27th Long-Term Charts // 24 Aug. 2012

EUR/USD saw a positive week again, but we saw this pair stall at the 1.25 as resistance. The pair looks tired, and as a result we think this pair is about to fall again. The USD/JPY pair had a negative week, but looks like we are going to see a consolidation move again. The last two sessions of the week formed supportive candles, and as such we think that we are going to head back to the 80 handle. The GBP/USD pair finally broke out above the 1.58 level, but on Friday fell all the way back to that level in order to look very suspicious. The pair could see a supportive move at this level, but it if doesn't - this will be devastating for the bulls. USD/CAD fell most of the week, but bounced in order to form a hammer. This just happens to be at the bottom of the recent consolidation range of 0.98 to 1.04 or so.... Play video >>

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