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Analysis Topic: Currency Market Analysis

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Currencies

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

5 Reasons Why Forex Trading Is Becoming Such A Big Deal In SA / Currencies / Forex Trading

By: Submissions

Forex trading is quite popular in many parts of the world. In South Africa, it was not such a huge deal until recently. Recent years have been marked with so much buzz in the industry and today, it is a very vibrant and promising market. There are many reasons why things have changed. The most important of all has been the spread of success stories from actual traders. Many more people have since then ventured into the business and the top 10 South African forex brokers today continue to gain more clients. Here are the 5 main reasons why forex trading is capturing the attention of the masses.

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Currencies

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Are You Still Fearful of Cryptos? / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Avi_Gilburt

Ryan Wilday: Since leaving my job as a corporate design manager to analyze and trade cryptos (among other things), I’ve gained new attention from old colleagues. In circles of my former profession, I’m the guy that retired to trade for a living. While my departure from corporate life was something I planned for many years, cryptos certainly gave those plans a shot in the arm.

Regardless of how it came about, my early ‘retirement’ carries some lore; ‘He must have made millions on Bitcoin’ I’m sure some say.

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Currencies

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Bitcoin Beyond the Bubble - Video / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Jeff_Berwick

You know what’s almost as rewarding as being right about Bitcoin? The satisfaction of saying “I told you so” to all the powerful naysayers who scoffed at crypto years before it became today’s most profitable trend.

And that’s what the new documentary “Bitcoin: Beyond the Bubble” does so well, capturing the establishment freakout we in the crypto world have painstakingly endured for so many years.

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Currencies

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Negative Signs for EUR/USD? AUD/USD - Battle / Currencies / Forex Trading

By: Nadia_Simmons

Monday's session discovered currency bulls’ weakness, which was mercilessly used by their opponents during yesterday's trading. Thanks to the sellers’ attack, EUR/USD hit a fresh 2018 low, but will we see further declines in the coming days?

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Currencies

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

IS BITCOIN ANONYMOUS? / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Submissions

Like most people new to Bitcoin, you’re probably wondering whether it is anonymous.  The answer is NO. While many individuals see it as an anonymous cryptocurrency or payment platform, Bitcoin, like many other cryptos is private but pseudo-anonymous.

While it doesn’t need users to provide their details, all the transactions they’ve made or will make are public domains, and everyone in the blockchain will be able to see them.  To secure its transactions Bitcoin uses a public key, which is a long string of letters and numbers called a BTC address. These public keys are not tied to any identifiable details and information; however, in theory, they can be used to gather information about an individual over time.

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Currencies

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Bitcoin Tide Might Have Turned / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Mike_McAra

Bitcoin stabilized, went  up, went down and now is going up again. The ride has been wild and the opinions on the outlook in the market have been shifting. We hold a steady course and strive to filter out all the noise to give you the most relevant information. An there’s rarely a more important time than now for that. The tide might have turned and we’re on the lookout for a confirmation of the trigger. Such a confirmation could increase the profits on our hypothetical position.

The South Korean government moved to raid the biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the country. On Reuters, we read:

South Korean prosecutors raided the country’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Upbit, on Thursday and Friday on suspicion of fraud, Yonhap news agency reported.

The agency did not give details. Neither Upbit nor the financial investigation team of the Seoul Southern District public prosecutors’ office was immediately available for comment..

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Currencies

Monday, May 14, 2018

U.S. Dollar Rally Is Doomed / Currencies / US Dollar

By: The_Gold_Report

Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger discusses movements in the U.S. dollar. There was an article written a few days back where the author vehemently denied that the U.S. dollar could go any lower and where the phrases "face-ripping," "face ripper," and "rip your face off" (as well as derivatives thereof) were mentioned no fewer than nine times in a fifteen-paragraph article. The reasons given were all highly subjective and based in Modern Portfolio Theory, but what was concluded is that, once again, the U.S. dollar remains the "least smelly shirt in the laundry hamper" with aromas emitted by the euro, yen, pound and yuan all significantly more pungent than the Yankee greenback. I whole-heartedly disagree and it has nothing to do with anything taught in the CFA course or at the Rotman School of Business but rather in The Academy of Common Sense and The Ballanger Institute for Non-BS Learning.

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Currencies

Monday, May 14, 2018

US Dollar One Reversal Too Many / Currencies / US Dollar

By: P_Radomski_CFA

Friday was the day when silver and mining stocks were likely to reverse based on their triangle-apex-based turning points and today is the day of gold’s apex-based reversal. Therefore, it seems likely that gold, silver and mining stocks are forming the final top for this short-term upswing, or that it is already in place. The problem with the reversal scenario is that the previous week was one big bearish reversal in the USD Index. Weekly reversals are significant and thus odds of a move lower in the USD increased substantially. This means more upside in metals and miners. What should one do with the profits from the current long position?

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Currencies

Saturday, May 12, 2018

The US Dollar Crash of 2018 / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Austin_Galt

Latest Price – 92.41

Price has rallied solidly over the last few weeks however absolutely no damage has been done to the overall downtrend and I believe a mini crash will occur over the coming months that sees price drop down to around the 80 level.

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Currencies

Friday, May 11, 2018

Bitcoin Simmering Slowly... / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Mike_McAra

The situation in the market has become one where Bitcoin is trading on relatively low volume without major moves. But the currency is in a very important place. Actually, Bitcoin is simmering slowly. Will it boil? Will this increase the profits on our hypothetical positions?

The Bitcoin market has its undeniable quirks. From the wild volatility of the currency, to a community of developers supporting it, to the fact that Bitcoin can be put in vaults. Putting Bitcoin in “cold vaults” usually means transferring the currency to a storage device without any access to the Internet or any outside networks. But sometimes Bitcoin is put in actual vaults. In an article on Bloomberg, we read:

Behind the guards, the blast doors and down corridors of reinforced concrete, sit the encrypted computer servers -- connected to nothing -- that hold keys to a vast digital fortune.

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Currencies

Friday, May 11, 2018

Litecoin, Bitcoin and Ethereum Crypto Market Ready For Lunar Launch? / Currencies / BlockChain

By: Avi_Gilburt

Ryan Wilday writes: Over the last few months, I have released a couple articles suggesting a potential bottom was in for the crypto market. Unfortunately, support levels that I called out did not hold, so I had to look lower.

I am writing anew having seen a very bullish pattern off the recent lows struck on April 1. Currently, most of the coins we track have the "impulsive five," a pattern we look for to indicate a bottom. These patterns so far are more bullish in structure than previous patterns seen since January. Furthermore, these structures, as measured in Fibonacci levels, are higher than before. This is promising.

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Currencies

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Bitcoin is Bitcoin / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Submissions

Mike Jarmuz writes: Someone once tried to sell me a used Rolex for $500 when the fair market value of this “Rolex” would be around $4,500.  The watch said Rolex, it definitely looked like a Rolex and for someone who never had worn a Rolex before….. I guess it also felt like a Rolex.  But… this watch was definitely NOT a Rolex and I thankfully did not make this purchase.  This is pretty much the analogy for anyone buying Bitcoin Cash today and thinking it’s Bitcoin.  It looks like Bitcoin, it may feel like Bitcoin and somehow there are people out there who refer to it as “the real Bitcoin.”  I mean after all, Bitcoin.com has multiple PSA references and warnings about it. Unfortunately, they aren’t warning you (to your benefit) at all.  They are one of the biggest proponents in the spreading of misinformation.  The whole damn website is lousy with inaccurate and downright factually incorrect information.  But why?  Why would Bitcoin.com along with a handful of other “bad actors” try and doup the public? 

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Currencies

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Aussie Between the RBA Interest Rates and Trade War Talks / Currencies / Austrailia

By: Submissions

Australia’s central bank has kept their benchmark interest rate at record low 1.5%, and many Wall Street analysts believe that interest rates will remain on hold during 2018 and 2019. We are currently in the 19th consecutive month where interest rates have been held steady.
This continued hold on interest rates is why the AUD rate has continued to remain under pressure. The bearish trend established in 2011 is still intact despite the short rallies that have interrupted the trend.

Even though the RBA expects the Australian economy to grow faster, it also acknowledges that the weakening housing sector and the deflationary pressure themes are going to delay any prospects of normalizing the interest rates.

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Currencies

Saturday, May 05, 2018

DASH Cryptocurrency Analysis / Currencies / BlockChain

By: MarketsToday

Following Breakout of Bull Pennant Dash Pulls Back to Second Entry Zone

Dash (DASH/USD) breaks out of a bullish pennant and subsequently pulls back to test the top trend line of the pattern and the 50-period moving average as support. Note that the 50 period line was an exact match with the trend line at the breakout point. So far it has held thereby providing a possible second entry zone in anticipation of further strengthening following the breakout.

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Currencies

Friday, May 04, 2018

How Does A Crypto Analyst Makes A Mistake And Still Make Over 265% Profit? / Currencies / BlockChain

By: Avi_Gilburt

Ryan Wilday is our newest analyst. When we found him, he had already been trading over two decades for a supplemental income, but without the Elliott Wave Theory. He was a quick study in the theory and soon was producing professionally accurate wave counts, according to our method- Fibonacci Pinball. Ryan was also an early adopter of cryptocurrency and trading the new asset class.

His life started to change in August 2017 when I brought him on staff at ElliottWave Trader to lead our cryptocurrency analysis team.

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Currencies

Thursday, May 03, 2018

Global Currency RESET Challenge: Ultimate Twist / Currencies / Global Financial System

By: Jim_Willie_CB

The Global Currency RESET has 100 steps and the first 10-12 appear complete. This is not a fantasy, but very real and in progress. Its progress is not very visible to most observers. Some important steps are seeing tremendous progress, but they are executed in the East with very little press coverage by the insidious lapdog Western press networks. Review many of the RESET features, but in summary form. These are covered steadily in the Hat Trick Letter reports.

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Currencies

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Bitcoin and Friends: The Next Five Years/The Coming DEX-verse / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Mark_Blair

Remember when Bitcoin was anonymous?
Remember when ASICs were The Big Noo Thing?
Remember when it hadn’t occurred to us that (centralised) exchanges might pass our data to Tax Departments?

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Currencies

Monday, April 30, 2018

The Battle to Save the Dollar and Treasuries / Currencies / US Dollar

By: The_Gold_Report

Technical analyst Clive Maund takes a look at the prospect of a growing interest rate differential between the U.S. and the rest of the world and what that means to the dollar.

The latest dollar Hedgers charts make clear that the dollar is unlikely to drop soon, and that it is more likely that the recent rally will continue. How can that be, given the U.S. has proportionally more debt than most other countries in the world?

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Currencies

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Has Bitcoin Been Shot Down? / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Mike_McAra

Another week, another outrageous prediction for the price of Bitcoin. We just saw a forecast at more than 75 times the current value of the currency. The figure is $700,000. Is Bitcoin really about to take off to the Moon or has it been shot down?

The honest answer is that nobody can say this with certainty. It’s probably not the answer you expected but we are more interested in giving you accurate information than false enthusiasm. Before we give you our view on the matter, let’s get to know the $700,000 claim. In an article on the Fortune website, we read:

John Pfeffer, a partner at his London-based family office Pfeffer Capital, is not only betting on Bitcoin, but giving it a bold price target of $700,000—about 75 times the current Bitcoin price of nearly $9,500.

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Currencies

Friday, April 27, 2018

Currency Wars: The Race to the Bottom has Begun / Currencies / Currency War

By: Richard_Mills

As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information.
If trade wars and actual shooting wars (Syria, Yemen) weren't enough for the world economy to worry about, pressuring stock markets and threatening to derail robust global economic growth, there is another elephant in the room looking to stomp on traders, investors and everyday consumers, and that is a currency war.

What is a currency war?

A currency war is what happens when countries intentionally devalue their currencies through their central banks. Increasing the money supply lowers interest rates and the value of the currency, thereby depressing the exchange rate. The best example of this type of expansionary monetary policy is that of the United States Federal Reserve. The Fed buys Treasury notes from its member banks, giving them more money to lend. To do this, the Fed must print more US dollars. The idea is to stimulate demand by reducing lending rates and therefore entice businesses and individuals to borrow and spend more money. Until last September, when the Fed wound up its last round of quantitative easing, this policy led to rock-bottom interest rates and has been behind the record-setting highs hit on US stock markets. Low interest rates mean companies can borrow, expand and grow, thus boosting profits and share prices.

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