• Australian Stocks Rise as Trade Optimism Overshadows Weak Trade Data 05/12/19

    Australian Stocks Rise as Trade Optimism Overshadows Weak Trade Data 05/12/19

    • December 5, 2019

    The Australian dollar declined while Australian stocks rose after the Bureau of Statistics released important trade and retail sales data. The country had a seasonally adjusted trade surplus of more than $4.5 billion in October. This surplus came as exports declined by 5% to $40.7 billion while imports rose to $36 billion. Meanwhile, retail sales

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  • Australian market expected to open higher 05/12/19

    • December 5, 2019

    OPENING CALL: The Australian share market is expected to open higher. The SPI200 futures contract expected to open up 56 points.   Alphabet shares are headed toward their best day in months after the co-founders of Google unexpectedly stepped down from active management.       Ryanair Holdings said it would cut jobs and close

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  • Currency Point: USDJPY multi-time framed

    Currency Point: USDJPY multi-time framed

    • November 29, 2019

    There are further signs in currencies that risk trading is facing fatigue and there is growing signs a short period of volatility could appear to bring about a strategic risk off trade position for the final four weeks of the year. In this kind of atmosphere, the most common trade destination is USD/JPY and this

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  • Week Ahead  Video Analysis: “USDJPY multi-time framed”

    Week Ahead Video Analysis: “USDJPY multi-time framed”

    • November 29, 2019
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  • Currency Point: Falling into the end of the year

    Currency Point: Falling into the end of the year

    • November 22, 2019

      Volatility remains below historical norms, however, the risk rally over the past 3 months appears to be losing stream suggesting volatility should increase and that a tactical risk correction over the last four to five weeks of the year is on. Medium-term (six months or so) this should be seen as a buying opportunity

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  • Week Ahead Video Analysis: “Falling into the end of the year”

    Week Ahead Video Analysis: “Falling into the end of the year”

    • November 22, 2019
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  • Currency Point: Technicals catching out

    Currency Point: Technicals catching out

    • November 15, 2019

    First and foremost, risk currencies have over the past two months, been a very positive long trade as DXY and macroeconomic risks unwounded. However, over the past week several events negate the upside movements these being; First, central bank commentary specifically the RBNZ and RBA on local currency appreciation and what it might do to

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  • Week Ahead  Video Analysis: “Technicals catching out”

    Week Ahead Video Analysis: “Technicals catching out”

    • November 15, 2019
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXY0Kd6SfP0READ MORE
  • Currency Point: Deciphering DXY

    Currency Point: Deciphering DXY

    • November 8, 2019

    The risk-on rally of the past month continues to rage ahead, equities in the US are touching extreme overbought levels, but markets have not crossed levels that signal ‘complacent’ however, they are edging closer.    One indicator we are watching closely is the relationship between implied and realised volatility. Implied volatility tends to follow realised

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  • Week Ahead  Video Analysis: “Currency Point: Deciphering DXY”

    Week Ahead Video Analysis: “Currency Point: Deciphering DXY”

    • November 8, 2019
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHeGWtZnRogREAD MORE
  • Currency Point: Building on momentum

    • November 1, 2019

    The positive risks building in risk currencies has taken a further step forward this week as the Federal Reserve stepped out of the market for the remainder of 2019.   Chairman Powell stated that there would be no rate hikes to the Federal Funds rate until inflation moved ‘significantly’ thus upside risk in the USD

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  • Currency Point: All priced in for the AUD

    Currency Point: All priced in for the AUD

    • October 25, 2019

    Over the past 4 months, the AUD has consistently been at the bottom end of the G10 currencies. This slide has been driven by the market racing to pricing the next wave in the RBA’s easing cycle.    The sell-off has been justified as 3 cuts in 5 months and a spread between the US

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