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  1. Can the 2014 World Cup Affect the Forex Market?

    by , 06-18-2014 at 03:14 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by ArticleMan View Post
    Could the 2014 FIFA World Cup opening in Brazil this week affect the global Forex market? It might seem a crazy idea on a par with traders using moon cycles to try to forecast market movements, but donít dismiss the idea out of hand.

    A recent study by Goldman Sachs has concluded that the stock index of the winning country has on average outperformed global equity indices by 3.5% during the first month after the final, before underperforming the same measure by 4% over the following
  2. Has the Stock Market Turned?

    by , 06-17-2014 at 01:09 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by ForeCastle View Post
    Talking Points:

    • The Uk100 has failed to break over 6,900
    • Price is still trading above support
    • A lower low must be made for the trend to turn

    Stock markets around the world have been making record runs over the past few years. However, with prices taking a pause, many traders are left to wonder if or when their favorite equities indices will turn. While fundamentally this can become a challenge, technical traders can use a series of price action clues to help them identify
  3. 100 Pips in Under 25 Minutes - Easy as ABCD!

    by , 06-17-2014 at 09:13 AM
    100 Pips in Under 25 Minutes - Easy as ABCD! (Forex Trading)

    You read that right... how to earn 100 pips (thatís $100 if you trade just 1 mini-lot) in just under 25 minutes! An overview of the ABCD pattern and how to use it together with Fibonacci retracements & extensions.

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  4. Trading the News: U.K. Consumer Price Index

    by , 06-17-2014 at 06:54 AM
    - U.K. Consumer Price Index (CPI) to Slow for Fourth Time in 2014.
    - Core Inflation to Fall Back From 2.0%- Marked Fastest Rate of Growth Since September.

    Trading the News: U.K. Consumer Price Index

    A marked slowdown in the U.K.ís Consumer Price Index (CPI) may generate a larger pullback in the GBP/USD as it limits Bank of England (BoE) scope to normalize monetary policy sooner rather than later.

    Whatís Expected:

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