Tuesday, January 29, 2008

A complimentary forex method for you

Hi Traders

A few days ago, Adam - a fellow trader, provided me with a complimentary forex trading lesson called "Trading Pullbacks". I wanted to share this method with you as it's very good. In the video, you'll learn how to trade the FX market using a neat approach that Adam teaches.

Few lessons are as good as this one (and at no cost!) so I do recommend you take a look at it at:

(in case the above link does not work, simply copy and paste it to your browser's address bar)

All the best


P.S. The lesson is to the point, very professionally done and very easy to understand.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Outlook 2008

Outlook 2008

Unlike the beginnings of 2007, the trading year of 2008 is a bit harder to predict. There are two key factors that make predictions a bit more difficult: The Credit Crisis and Government Intervention.

Credit Crisis in 2008

As detailed in many earlier newsletters, the Credit Crisis hurts trading due to the wild and large moves in a short period of time. For day-traders (EurAsia Strategy) these types of market conditions are the perfect storm with large moves and shorter stop losses. For the Swing trader (On Target Strategy) and the long-term trader (Premier Strategy), trading is a bit more difficult as stops usually widen and accuracy drops. The Credit Crisis in 2008 could be the cause of some rough trading, but it could also be the catalyst that moves markets into profits. The key is the “Carry Trade”. Literally trillions of dollars have been made on currency cross pairs namely GBPJPY, EURJPY, NZDUSD, and AUDJPY in what is called the Carry Trade Currencies. These currencies when bought pay a good interest just by holding them in your portfolio, therefore investors from the stay-at-home daytrader to large worldwide corporations have invested in these currencies sending them through the roof over the last 18 months. These runs have been triggered by interest rates. The Credit Crisis changed the playing field almost overnight. If there is fear of mortgage foreclosures in the United States, Great Britain, or the Euro Zone, then investors flight to quality – moving funds to the strongest currency – is the Japanese Yen (JPY). When people begin to sell in masses the Carry Trade positions, and begin buying the Japanese Yen, the floor lets go on the Carry Trade. We saw this happen three times in the last half of the year of 2007: second week of August, first part of November, and first part of December. To give you an example of the drastic fall, the NZDUSD in August gave back 110 percent of its annual gains in a matter of a few days (Over 18%). The flip side is that within two months the NZDUSD returned back to its highs again – this drawdown and return to original value is where the Premier Strategy really thrives.


Monday, January 21, 2008

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Monday, January 14, 2008

2007 in Review

Hi Traders

What's reasult have beeb in previous years of your Trading...

The year 2007 was a wild year for Forex trading. In 2007 we saw the US Dollar fall from the sky against almost every major world currency including the Euro, British Pound, Swiss Franc, and Canadian Dollar just to name a few. In turn, all of these other world currencies hit record highs. Trading the Forex market was pretty much the norm until the second week of August when the “Credit Crisis” hit sending the fear to Wall Street that the financial sector was on the brink of complete disaster due to the rising interest rates and massive defaults on mortgage loans. Things did stabilize, but the fear of another crash still lurks in the air. All-in-all it was a great year of volatility and there were plenty of opportunities to make money.

Until August 2007 forecasts were quite easy to make with nothing really on the books to bring interest to the US Dollar. In January 2007, we predicted the highs in both the Euro and British Pound calling 2007 “The Year of the Pound”. The run on the Canadian Dollar was quite a surprise, yet could be expected when you reach $100 a barrel in oil as the Canadian currency seems to trend with oil prices. After August the systematic trader seemed to struggle just a bit with up and down moves on the smallest of news. We heard of other traders busting their accounts due to bad money management during the Credit Crisis fall. Our On Target System did struggle into the end of the year as well, as markets trends switch direction on every wind of news. The Premier system also saw several drawdown periods, yet the Premier system was able to weather the storms quite well and we saw several double digit return months in this trading strategies short history. But enough about the past, let’s explore what the future has to offer.


Monday, January 7, 2008

Stop predicting the future and make a killing from forex trading

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Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Hi Traders

Happy New Years

In Start of The New Year after a long time of my forex research I decided to move my own special Forex Blog to inform Forex Traders about forex market trends...

Regards and all the best for Holidays...Best Wishes