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Predictive Modeling is Calling for a Continued Rally

Predictive Modeling is Calling for a Continued Rally

By TheTechnicalTraders.com We are constantly amazed that our Advanced Dynamic Learning (ADL) price modeling system has been incredibly accurate over the past 7+ months.  Our researchers, at www.TheTechnicalTraders.com, called the early 2018 rally weeks in advance.  We called the resistance levels and top in late January.  We called a February 21~27 market top formation, called the market […]

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US Dollar Index Speculators edged bearish net positions higher for 2nd week

US Dollar Index Speculators edged bearish net positions higher for 2nd week

By CountingPips.com – Receive our weekly COT Reports by Email US Dollar Index Non-Commercial Speculator Positions: Large dollar speculators raised their bearish net positions in the US Dollar Index futures markets this week, according to the latest Commitment of Traders (COT) data released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Friday. The non-commercial futures […]

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COT Report: USD bets drop. Euro bets at record high. WTI, Gold bets rise

COT Report: USD bets drop. Euro bets at record high

By CountingPips.com – Receive our weekly COT Reports by Email Here is a short summary and this week’s links (below) to the latest Commitment of Traders changes that was released on Friday. Have a wonderful weekend. Speculators raise US Dollar bearish bets for 2nd week, Euro bets at record high Bitcoin Speculators push bearish net positions to […]

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FX Speculators raise US Dollar bearish bets for 2nd week, Euro bets at record high

FX Speculators raise US Dollar bearish bets for 2nd week, Euro bets at record high

By CountingPips.com – Get our weekly COT Reports by Email US Dollar net speculator positions fell to $-23.42 billion this week The latest data for the weekly Commitment of Traders (COT) report, released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Friday, showed that large traders and currency speculators increased their aggregate bearish bets for […]

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Sen. Cruz’s Inflation Tax Bill; Jim Rickards Forecasts New Financial Crisis

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By Money Metals News Service Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason. Coming up we’ll hear from Jim Rickards – monetary insider, economist and best-selling author. Jim examines what the next financial crisis will look like and how it will be different from previous panics and also gives us his outlook for […]

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Carney strikes down hawks, Lira trades sideways

Carney strikes down hawks, Lira trades sideways

Article by ForexTime Buying sentiment towards the British Pound deteriorated sharply yesterday, after dovish comments from Bank of England’s Governor Mark Carney heavily diluted expectations of an interest rate hike in May. Carney’s cautious tone and his acknowledgement of recent “mixed” economic data, planted a seed of doubt among investors that the central bank will […]

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Is War “Hell” for the Stock Market?

Is War “Hell” for the Stock Market?

Take a look at stock market behavior in times of war… and peace By Elliott Wave International Are wars bullish or bearish for stocks? With the recent news of airstrikes on Syria and a threat of a global war, this question is extremely relevant. But does war really cause stock markets to rise and fall? […]

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Another Energy Stock Set to Rally

Another Energy Stock Set to Rally

The Energy Report Source: Clive Maund for Streetwise Reports   04/19/2018 Clive Maund talks about an energy company he believes is on an upleg to new highs that is now in its earliest stages. Pulse Oil Corp. (PUL:TSX.V) is in an established bull market, and it looks like it is just starting another impulse wave (move […]

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EUR/USD Drops on Quiet Thursday

EUR/USD Drops on Quiet Thursday

EUR/USD was falling during quiet trading today. The market lacked any major theme to drive currencies. Nevertheless, the currency pair was falling since the European session and continued to decline following the release of rather positive US data.

Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index rose from 22.3 in March to 23.2

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Bank of Canada stuns hawks

Bank of Canada stuns hawks

Article by ForexTime The Bank of Canada surprised investors today when it reigned back in the tone from its monthly meeting. Many had been expecting a more upbeat hawkish tone building into 2018, what they got instead was quite the opposite and weakened the Canadian dollar in turn. Despite the positive economic data, and NAFTA developments, the […]

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