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Something Interesting in Financial Video August 2014
newdigital, 2014.08.24 15:43
Strategy Video: ECB Strategy for EURUSD and Euro Crosses
In a crowded week for scheduled event risk, the ECB rate decision tops
my list for potential market impact. Not because the central bank will
introduce a new wave of easing. Rather, whether the policy authority
increases accommodation or stays its hand; a large segment will be
caught off gaurd and have to readjust. In other words, this event is
likely to be market moving and/or develop trends regardless of its
outcome. In today's Strategy Video we discuss what to look for from this
event and which Euro-based pairs may be best suited to different
Something Interesting in Financial Video January 2014
newdigital, 2014.01.19 07:43
is the 1st video in a series on economic reports created for all
markets, or for those who simply have an interest in economics. In this
and the next lesson, we cover the Employment Situation Report, also
known as Non Farm Payroll.
Non-farm Payrolls is the assessment of the total number of employees recorded in payrolls.
This is a very strong indicator
that shows the change in employment in the country. The growth of this
indicator characterizes the increase in employment and leads to the
growth of the dollar. It is considered an indicator tending to move the
market. There is a rule of thumb that an increase in its value by
200,000 per month equates to an increase in GDP by 3.0%.
FF forum economic calendar :
mql5 forum thread :
Non-Farm Employment Strategy
AUDUSD M5 with 45 pips in profit (by equity) for NFP :
EURUSD M5 : 87 pips price movement by NFP news event :
NZDUSD M5 : 37 pips price movement by USD - Non-Farm Employment Change :
Trading EURUSD during NFP :
newdigital, 2014.01.23 12:58
02: NON FARM PAYROLL (Part 2)- ECONOMIC REPORTS FOR ALL MARKETS
This is the second part of video lesson about nfp. The first part of the lesson is on this post :
newdigital, 2014.09.07 06:03
Trading Video: Can the Dollar Sustain its Rally and the S&P 500 its Quiet? (based on dailyfx article)
Though it falls short of the S&P 500's maturity, the US Dollar's
rally these past two months stands out as one of the financial market's
top themes. An eight-week rally for the USDollar
matches its longest run in 15 years, but the performance is all the
more remarkable for the fundamental drivers backing its progress. Rather
than find its footing through a 'flight to safety' or meaningful
upgrade in policy forecasts, the greenback has drawn strength through
its counterparts' difficulties. The culmination of unique issues for the
Euro, Pound and Yen
make for an effective lever; but it is also one that lacks for
endurance. With equity markets pulsating 'extreme complacency' and the
dollar stretched, we look at market conditions and potential setups for
the week ahead in today's Trading Video.
newdigital, 2014.09.10 07:24
Trading Video: FX Volatility Surge Puts Dollar and S&P 500 on Alert
Ichimoku Can Show Oversold and Overbought Levels
Here's Ichimoku compared to some other famous indicators when it adds up to showing oversold and overbought levels. Ichimoku does it all once you train yourself to see everything. No need to ad more decision makers to your chart to increase the ambiguity. Ichimoku is all you need!
This short video explores demand for gold from central banks.
newdigital, 2014.09.10 12:14
if actual > forecast (or actual data) = good for currency (for AUD in our case)
- Home Loans] = Change in the level of a diffusion index based on surveyed consumers. Financial confidence is a leading indicator of consumer spending, which accounts for a majority of overall economic activity.
Bad time for Australia. Share market falls as consumer confidence drops
The Australian share market has suffered its worst fall in more than a
month, with investors influenced by losses on Wall Street and an
unexpected fall in consumer confidence.
All sectors fell but finance companies managed to post the slimmest losses.
The NAB and ANZ bank fell by 0.4 per cent and 0.25 per cent respectively, while the Commonwealth closed steady. Westpac gained 0.4 per cent.
The All Ordinaries index and the ASX200 both fell 34 points or 0.6 per cent to close at 5,574.
The mining sector
was one of the hardest hit; BHP Billiton dropped 0.8 per cent and Rio
Tinto 0.4 per cent, as the benchmark Chinese iron ore price softened a
touch more overnight Tuesday.
Atlas Iron dropped 4.2 per cent and Fortescue Metals Group fell 2.7 per cent, but gold miner Newcrest gained 1.25 per cent.
The Westpac Melbourne Institute Consumer Confidence index fell sharply and unexpectedly in its latest reading, erasing the gains it had made over the previous three months.
The index is now 4.6 points lower at 94, with any reading below 100 indicating that pessimists outnumber optimists.
Australian dollar was also hurt by the confidence index and continued
its slide on speculation that US interest rates will begin increasing
before those domestically.