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Bullish Trend Halted by Selling Pressure
By Alla Peters   
September 09, 2015

Most of the recent action we have seen in the markets has been to the upside as the bullish trend continued to occur. However, we have now seen sellers step into the market at the level we expected and the minor trend has halted as we begin to trade sideways.

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Intra-Day Forex Trading Signals
By Dave Floyd   
September 08, 2015

Good morning traders.

My general thoughts are below for the next several hours.

Note: the Intra-Day Forex Trading Signals highlight price direction and likely price targets/stops designed for traders looking at trading opportunities over the next several hours. These are not official trade recommendations, merely guidelines and forecasts, which are pretty darn useful each trading day.

US Equity Markets Weekly Commentary
By Nick McDonald   
September 08, 2015

Today's US Equity Market Commentary reviews the week commencing September 6, 2015. In this week's video overview, Nick takes a look at the Russell 2000 on a variety of timeframes. After two weeks in which we saw a lot of volatility, first to the downside and then right back upwards, last week's action was less volatile in comparison. While we think the bears may still be able to push us lower, they have not been able to so far with any conviction.

Run time: 5:44 minutes

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Two Ways to Take the Same Trade
By Alex Wasilewski   
September 04, 2015

Sometimes, you miss the call for a trade entry. Does that mean that the trade is now gone, that you have missed it? Not necessarily. In today's video, we will take a look at how you can enter a trade two different ways and how to jump into a trade if you missed the initial entry point.

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European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
September 04, 2015

FOREX: Risk-off was the main theme in the Asia-Pacific today, sparked by an early fall in S&P 500 futures. The Nikkei closely followed suit, after opening up 0.70%, the index made a hasty retreat and once clean through the psychological 18,000 level, momentum began to increase.

The Rooster Call: ECB Holds Rates at Record Lows
By Martin Rimes   
September 03, 2015

Good Morning Traders!
As expected the ECB held rates at record lows. Nothing new here, keep moving. We await the Draghi press conference for forecasts of inflation and growth...both likely too high AFTER downward revision. Confidence for Draghi is the name of the game in this kind of press conference.

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