Weekly Market Analysis

weekly markets analysis

2018's summer is over and we are officially in Q4. This week's focus is on the Euro Zone ECB meeting and, potentially, another rate hike in the UK. But before we dive into the charts, let's have a quick summary of what ...

weekly markets analysis

The U.S Dollar and the U.S Equities Markets have shown, once again, that no matter what you'll throw at them, they simply shake it off and continue forward. SPX and DXY proudly started the Summer Vacation with new signs of strength ...

weekly markets analysis

The developing trade war between the U.S-China and U.S-Euro Zone continue to have its effect on the U.S currency. The Dollar has been quite volatile since the end of May, when it formed a bearish daily Bat pattern: [caption ...

weekly markets analysis

The volatility levels are on the rise towards the summer months. The VIX kept steady above the 14-15 handle (support) during the month of June and the SPX failed to create a higher high (see charts below).

weekly markets analysis

Warning - an Explosive trading week ahead. Investors should brace themselves for another potentially explosive week ahead as the calendar is full of high impact events. At the first half of the week, the market will be focused on Trump following the ...

weekly markets analysis

Hawkish tone from the FOMC minutes boosted the Dollar last week against most major currencies. The Dollar Index is now inches away from its 200 weeks MA line, which will probably be tested as resistance in the coming days/weeks. The next milestone ...

weekly markets analysis

In last week’s newsletter I focused on higher time frame analysis on key financial assets – Stocks (SPX), the Dollar, Bonds, and Oil. The 4 patterns that I’ve shown in the newsletter, provide a technical indication of the ...

weekly markets analysis

It is an interesting time to be a trader/investor. Unlike the previous years, in 2018 the markets are reacting to the increasing levels of uncertainty. Whether it's because of geopolitical events, trade wars, central banks or rising bonds yields. The markets are starting to ...

weekly markets analysis

Trump and his European allies kept true to their promises and struck Syria last Friday. The strike, which can be considered restrained and surgical, aimed to send a message to Assad and the Russians – No more chemical weapons (as if ...

WEEKLY MARKETS ANALYSIS

Trump – China tariffs war continues to rattle the markets. Over the last couple of weeks, it has become common to see up and down swings of 2-3% in the U.S indices and the VIX has settled above the important level ...

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