Tag Archives: Trader Mind Set

Long-term Trendline Props Bonds, Slows Dollar Rally

Trendlines are, in my 30 years of experience, the most important structure – support or resistance — on the chart. Not only do they identify price patterns, and help identify significant shifts in leading indicator markets – such as interest rates — but they also sometimes provide that point in price and time that a [...]

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Double Bottom in USDCHF?

With each new sell-off coming on less and less momentum, and with the December low now holding, the inevitable question is do we have a double bottom in USDCHF? It certainly is a possibility. And all the more attractive given the short-term trend is now higher on the daily chart. There is still one bit [...]

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The Reality of Demographics and Institutional Perspective

In order to be successful at position trading you either have to not think at all, because you understand that you can trust the chart because price patterns and trends are created by nature, society and economics, or, think like someone who both has a lot of money, and makes a lot money. One thing I’ve learned over the years is [...]

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Daily Forex Report for with Jay Norris (Video) 12-21

Daily Forex Report for 12/21/10  Click the link below to view Jay’s Daily Forex Report for 12/21 where he covers the major currencies and the U.S. stock market. http://bcove.me/943von8v Teresa Bell www.trading-u.com DISCLAIMER: Forex (off-exchange foreign currency futures and options or FX) trading involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for every investor. Risks include the potential that [...]

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Will Trend Shift in Bonds affect the Greenback?

With rallies in global stock markets, and now a blowout quarter for Ford Motor Company is the tide finally turning for U.S. Treasuries and long-term U.S. interest rates?    And if  U.S. rates do uptick, would it spell a bottom in USDJPY? The bond chart tells a thousand words: Jay Norris Jay Norris is the author of  Mastering the Currency Market, McGraw-Hill, 2009 [...]

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Double Top in Bonds Signaling Bottom for Interest Rates?

If the U.S. Treasury Bond market finally tops out it will likely mean longer-term rates have bottomed over the near term.  As Treasury prices rallied sharply over the last 6-months U.S. interest rates ground lower and the financial markets focused on across the board easing by the U.S. Fed, and Treasury, who were reported to be outright [...]

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