Weekly Market Analysis

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 ...

weekly markets analysis

Just like in any good T.V show, the market provided us with "build up" week last week, setting the stage to March's main event – FOMC. The analysts forecast that we will see another rate hike this week. Based on

weekly markets analysis

Last week's NFP ignited another rally in the financial markets. Despite the uptick in Unemployment Rate and the weak Average Hourly Earnings investors chose to focus on the strong employment change number – 313K vs 205K expected. But, what if last Friday's ...

weekly markets analysis

Last week's highlighted event was the testimony of the new Fed chair – Jerome Powell. Jerome Powell main task is scarily huge! How to unwind the mess that Bernanke and Yellen left in their All-In attempt to prop the economy. Now, with a ...

weekly markets analysis

The Dollar Index (DXY) has completed a 100% correction move last week when it reached 88.5 following mixed economic data. Last week's projections were that we will see correction moves in DXY and SPX – Both of these projections turned out ...

weekly markets analysis

Last week's volatility spike in the markets left Investors amazed by both the power of the moves, and how sudden they were. The euphoria that we saw in the markets since Trump's election (especially since the beginning of the year) was ...

WEEKLY MARKETS ANALYSIS

Is the Dollar's slide near its end? Last week the selling pressure in DXY continued as sellers got a surprising boost from Treasury Secretary, Mnuchin, that said, in Davos, that a weak Dollar is good for the U.S economy. The already weak ...

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