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Intra-Day Forex Trading Signals
By Dave Floyd   
November 17, 2015

Good morning traders. Here are my thoughts/forecasts looking ahead over the next 12-24 hours. Pay close attention to the blue text in these posts. While the focus of this post is for the next 12-24 hours, I always include (when applicable) where I see the longer-term price action heading.

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The Rooster Call: CPI Report and It's Impact on the Markets
By Martin Rimes   
November 17, 2015

Good Morning Traders!
The important report day is 8:30's Consumer Price Index. Inflation in the "core" reading removing volatile food and energy shows prices were up 1.9% year over year. The FED mandate is 2%.  Bonds are lower on the report. US dollar muted with no real reaction.

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Do You Look Back or Forward?
By Alex Wasilewski   
November 16, 2015

By now most of you know that trading is over 80% about your mental attitude. So many times when I speak to a trader having difficulties, the first thing I hear is all about the setbacks of the past. The key to success is to look only to the future. If you look to the past you die in the past, you become consumed by failure. No one can predict even what will happen tomorrow.

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US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Nick McDonald   
November 16, 2015

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing November 15, 2015. In this week's video overview, Nick takes a look at the Russell 2000 on a variety of timeframes. In last week's video, we discussed how we thought the Russell looked posied to continue moving higher. Well, that was not the case as sellers came into the market all week long and pushed the market lower. We are still in a short-term uptrend, but we will need to keep an eye on what occurs the first few days of this trading week.

Run time: 7:29 minutes

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European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
November 13, 2015

FOREX: It has been a relatively subdued morning in the Asia-Pacific today, with barely any market-moving data published so far. There was some attention on comments by the Fed's Fischer but major FX pairs remained in generally narrow ranges as the weekend approaches. Dollaryen traded a Y122.50 to Y122.77 range today and was last at Y122.63, compared with the previous US close of Y122.61.

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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
November 12, 2015

Today's recap video takes a look at the major markets, starting with the Euro market. Recently we have seen the Euro selling off. While yesterday's action was sideways, we do not see this as a reversal of trend, but rather a slowdown as this market looks to continue to the downside heading into the weekend.

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