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By gossewestra On Friday, March 16th, 2018

Charts for Next Week – EUR/USD, Yen, Gold/Silver & More

The US dollar looks like it generally wants to trade higher, but it’s still a currency-picker’s market. For example, the euro looks like a sell, but the yen a buy. Precious metals have been bottled More...

By gossewestra On Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Chart Perspective – USD/CHF, EUR/GBP/JPY Cross-rates, DAX & More

Recently, the dollar spectrum has been a mixed bag with some holding more directional conviction than others; USD/CHF pullback into support attractive from the long-side. A few key cross-rates have levels of interest. More...

By Keith Fitz-Gerald On Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

A “Must-Have” Investment For Your Portfolio

The Money Map ‘”50-40-10″ approach to investing lends itself to stability in the face of market volatility, but there’s one more way to protect your money that I want to look at today. I’m More...

By gossewestra On Sunday, March 4th, 2018

Euro Contends with Italian Election Results, ECB Meeting

Political risk is back in focus in the first half of the week, while the European Central Bank’s March policy meeting – which will bring forth new Staff Economic Projections – will highlight the More...

By Colin Lloyd On Friday, February 16th, 2018

A Safe Place To Hide – Inflation And Bond Markets

Macro Letter – No 91 – 16-02-2018 A safe place to hide – inflation and the bond markets US bond yields have risen from historic lows, they should rise further, they may not The Federal Reserve More...

By gossewestra On Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Yen May Rise as US Government Shutdown Sours Market Mood

Talking Points: Yen may rise amid risk aversion as US government shutdown continues IMF to unveil fresh forecasts in latest World Economic Outlook report ‘Remain’-leaning UK House of Lords takes up More...