Our early morning Signals reports service is now up and running. This morning’s highest conviction call was a sell in GBPUSD at 1.6060, a trade which is yet to be triggered as early price action was a sell off to 1.6002. Below is the report, complete with Pros and Cons, Market Profile and Candlestick charts (with a brief line on
The RBA cut rates 25 bps overnight and the Aussie has weakened against the US Dollar. What next for this currency pair? What do the charts say?
Market Profile and Candlesticks are the two main “building blocks” of our analysis here at FuturesTechs. Let’s look at these to give further clues as to futures direction for this pair.
Our clients will be well aware that we have been getting increasingly bearish of Silver in recent days. Let’s have a look at what has prompted this shift in sentiment.
“Bigger picture” charts have a major Fibonacci resistance at 35.16. This is 38.2% of the sell off from the 2011 high. Shorter term Fibonacci retracement analysis suggested 35.12 might be a reference
I thought I’d give you my take on yesterdays action. Below is a continuation chart of Brent, it just rolls across to the next monthly contract when volume rolls across.
It shows the recent action since the beginning of August has been consolidating below a significantly pivotal level. 116.60 was the Sep ’11 high, Nov ’11 high, Apr ’12 low
Cast your minds back to May 6th 2010 when the Dow dropped close to 1000 points in a heartbeat. Clearly a Robot/Computer somewhere had “had a moment”.
Cast your minds back to June 8th 2011, when two Algorithmic trading machines went “Head to Head” in the overnight session in Natural Gas. We posted the chart on our Blog the next
This morning’s analysis for EURGBP suggested a buy at 8070 with a stop at 8044.
Since we put that out pre 8am (UK time) the market has tested and held this level on a number of occasions.
A buy trade can be placed at current levels (8078) or a safer trade would be to buy a break through 8080, with
All week now we’ve been suggesting that Marabuzo support at 1720.6 would be a good place for a buy order. Yesterday this was proved in some style. Just prior to the FOMC announcement we got a 1720 print. Then we got the nod on “QE3” from the Fed, and Gold ramped, getting up to 1775 by the end of the session. What now
A number of intertesting developments on this chart in recent days. Here’s what we wrote today:
Instead of gapping higher the NASDAQ failed at the previous days high and Marabuzo resistance. Selling down to 2775.25 was seen before a recovery into the close resulted in little change from the opening level.
Like the Dow and
This is what we sent to our clients on Monday talking about Corn Futures:
Last week’s low was 788 so bold support at 786 held firm, keeping the bulls in the box seat.
I’m not sure the scale of chart we were posting on here recently did justice to the power of the move that preceded the recent sideways consolidation,
FuturesTechs is looking to add to it’s Forex coverage in the coming weeks and months, and re-vamping our website to make it more “user friendly” for Individual traders, with extra emphasis on Forex.
Below is an excerpt from today’s report for EURGBP:
Yesterday we said: ‘Buying dips to 7970 with a stop below 7940 is the play for today. Upside