Archive for Opinions – Page 2

Short-term trading idea FX AUDCAD – bull speculation: price to restore to 1.0327

By Gabriel Ojimadu, Alpari Trading opportunities for the currency pair: The price has twice rebounded from the S1 line. Because of this, the Aussie dollar is expected to strengthen against its Canadian counterpart as far as the TL1 line with targets of 1.0211 (high point from the 7th of June) and 1.0327. This scenario will […]

Is There Still Hope For Higher Oil Prices?

By OilPrice.com Oil prices have cratered in recent weeks, dipping to their lowest levels in more than seven months and any sense of optimism has almost entirely disappeared. All signs point to a period of “lower for longer” for oil prices, a refrain that is all too familiar to those in the industry. WTI dipped […]

Short-term trading idea FX EURGBP – bull speculation: strengthening Euro with a jump to 0.8652 expected

By Gabriel Ojimadu, Alpari Trading opportunities for the currency pair: A W-model has formed on the weekly timeframe. Keep an eye on 0.9083 level. Cycles suggest a slide to 0.8652 by 10/07/17, followed by growth to 0.9081 by 15/08/17. Background The previous idea for this currency pair was published on the 15th of May. At […]

How To Evaluate A Mechanical System

By ProfessionalTradingSystems.com Every trader has his own set of parameters with which he evaluates whether a particular system is good for real trading or not. Most people use different coefficients and metrics and in this article I`d like to show my own criteria. Mainly I want to know 4 basic things about every algorithmic trading system: […]

Jack Chan’s Weekly Precious Metals Update

By The Gold Report Source: Jack Chan for The Gold Report   06/24/2017 Technical analyst Jack Chan charts the latest moves in the gold and silver markets, and believes the ongoing consolidation may end soon. Our proprietary cycle indicator is down. The gold sector is on a long-term buy signal. Long-term signals can last for months […]

Is Bitcoin a Bubble Set to Burst?

By Jason Hamlin, GoldStockBull.com The bitcoin price is up roughly 10X over the past two years, so it is understandable why some people believe it is overvalued. If you do a Google search on “Bitcoin Bubble,” you will find nearly 700,000 results. People love to proclaim that bitcoin is a bubble, especially those that missed […]

​19 Key Aspects for Trend Trading in Forex and CFD Markets

By Admiral Markets Dear traders, Did you notice that trend trading is only easy on paper, but spotting a trend becomes way more challenging on real live charts? Perhaps you feel confused when you see price action build trends in the opposite direction? In theory, trend trading sounds simple, but in practical terms, traders are […]

COT: US Dollar, 10YR bets rise. Gold, Crude Oil, Silver bets drop sharply

By CountingPips.com Here is a short summary and this week’s links (below) to the latest Commitment of Traders changes. – Speculators slightly boosted USD bullish bets last week – WTI crude oil speculator bets have fallen 2 weeks and by over -50,000 contracts – The 10-year note speculators added to bullish bets for 2nd week, […]

Gold & Silver Rebound; Jim Rickards: Dollar to Become “Local Currency of the U.S.”

By Money Metals News Service Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason. Coming up we’ll hear part one of an amazing two-part interview with Jim Rickards, author of Currency Wars, The New Case for Gold and The Road to Ruin. Jim shares his insights on the Fed’s supposed plan to unwind its […]

Junior Miner Cracks a Strategic Tough Nut in British Columbia

By The Gold Report Source: The Gold Report   06/21/2017 The acquisition of the Toughnut Project in British Columbia would provide strategic access to the Silver King Shear Zone adjacent to the explorer’s existing properties. Prize Mining Corp. (PRZ:TSX.V), a junior miner that holds the Kena-Daylight project in southeastern British Columbia, just announced that it has […]

Friday Charts: Amazon, Oil and the World’s Fastest Wireless Network

By WallStreetDaily.com More proof that Amazon’s latest move isn’t about groceries. The truth about oil prices. This is the next trend in big data. Also recommended: Unimaginable power in a tablespoon of liquid. It’s Friday in the Wall Street Daily nation. For the neophytes in our ranks, that means it’s time to break free from […]

Options Trading With the Calendar spread

Calendar spreads, also known as time spreads, are one of the most useful options strategies. They allow traders to make directionally-biased trades at a lower cost basis than with outright purchases of puts or calls. This type of strategy is a market neutral strategy for seasoned options traders that anticipate different levels of volatility in […]

Good News Pouring In for a British Columbia Miner

By The Gold Report Source: The Gold Report   06/22/2017 Once again analysts are talking about this British Columbia mining company that just announced its first gold pour. In a June 21 press release, Pretium Resources Inc. (PVG:TSX; PVG:NYSE) announced its 100% owned Brucejack Mine had its first gold pour and “that the flotation and gravity […]

Gold and Silver Are “Asymmetric” Trades

By Money Metals News Service An asymmetric trade is a situation where investing a relatively small amount of money holds the potential of yielding a profit many times the amount of the original sum at risk. In other words, where the risk to reward is skewed massively in the direction of reward. This took place […]

RUSSIA vs. USA: Where’s The Gold?

By Money Metals News Service As the United States continues to push towards a military conflict with Russia, there will likely be no real winner when the dust settles. However, if we compare the these two superpowers in the current “gold market”, the Russians are the clear winners. While the U.S. has been (secretly) liquidating […]

Newton’s Curse Puts Investors at Risk

By WallStreetDaily.com The market’s best-performing asset class. When the law of gravity hits the market. The easiest way to survive a stock meltdown. Also recommended: Mystery element gaining notoriety. Stocks have outperformed nearly every asset class since the 1920s. And that outperformance only improves when you focus on recent history. Since the rally began just […]