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WEEKLY VIDEOS ANALYZING THE NEXT WEEK

Financial market analysis is a crucial part of Forex trading. Watch expert analysts explain the highlights of
the past week from financial markets and the expectations ahead of the upcoming week.

Weekly Webinar: April 20

Weekly Webinar: April 20

Gold completes bullish double bottom pattern!

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 19

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 19

This week there is the Bank of Canada & ECB meeting so I look at the USD/CAD and EUR/USD forex pairs plus review the economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: April 13

Weekly Webinar: April 13

USD/JPY is testing huge monthly trendline!

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 12

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 12

This week there is the RBNZ meeting, China Q1 GDP data and the beginning of Q1 earnings season. I take a look at the NZD/USD forex pair. Thanks! Rich

Weekly Webinar: April 06

Weekly Webinar: April 06

Gold double bottom coming?

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 05

WEEK AHEAD: APRIL 05

The AUD/USD has dropped 500 pips from its peak this year at 0.80. I discuss whether or not a top is in place for the Aussie dollar as well the RBA meeting and the rest of this week’s economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

LATEST DAILY ARTICLES

Robinhood stock dives on debut

Shares of Robinhood that debuted today on the Nasdaq dived 8% in the worst IPO performance ever for a company of its size. The dollar continued to fall in the wake of Wednesday’s Fed meeting.

30 July 2021

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Dollar slides & Gold jumps after Fed

The Fed failed to update markets on a timeline for tapering, which sent the US dollar lower, while the British pound and gold rallied as a result. China stocks are slightly higher after government officials met top bankers to calm market jitters.

29 July 2021

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