BREAKING: Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation

BREAKING: Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation found no evidence of collusion with Russia, according to U.S. Attorney General William Barr. The question of obstruction of justice by Trump was deemed inconclusive. Barr released a summary of Mueller’s report to Congress. Mueller turned in his final report on Friday. “The report found evidence on both sides […]

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Failed Breakouts II

Following last month’s article on the ‘curse of the breakout’, we thought it prevalent to discuss one technical pattern synonymous with a failed breakout as well provide some insight in regards to trading around key levels. The name Cat’s Whisker describes a candle which opens within a level, then breaks though it before it failing […]

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FX Hedging

Following the ECB’s surprisingly dovish message last week, signalling no hikes in 2019, we see significantly less upside for EUR/USD this year. We recommend hedging USD-denominated income via risk reversals: this allows one to profit from some dollar strength near term (as per our call), yet still secures a worst-case rate without locking in the […]

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Theresa May’s Second Big Loss

After PM Theresa May’s defeat yesterday on the new Brexit deal, the House of Commons is voting tonight on whether it can support leaving the EU without a deal. We maintain our view that the House of Commons will vote to reject a no deal Brexit and instead tomorrow vote in favour of an extension. […]

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What’s wrong with cryptocurrency trading systems?

We get it every day:We get asked by traders what’s wrong with their cryptocurrency trading systems? Most of these traders are losing money… or their wins are too small to be worth their time and energy. And their “reason why” almost always boils down to the same thing: They’re trading a 21st-Century market – Cryptocurrencies […]

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Weekly Fundamental Prep KW11-2019

Next week the US will be publishing inflation rate, the preliminary reading of Michigan consumer sentiment, retail sales, industrial production, durable goods orders, new home sales, producer prices, and NY Empire State Manufacturing Index. Elsewhere, important releases include: UK monthly GDP, industrial output and foreign trade; Eurozone industrial activity and final inflation rate; Germany trade […]

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ECB press conference, 7th of March 2019

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcLeDIZp9kc&feature=youtu.be EC Direct TV: https://www.ecb.europa.eu/press/tvservices/webcast/html/webcast_pc_m.en.html You can also watch the press conference in Deutsch and Francais Please follow and like us:

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Lyft IPO A Prospectus Review

We can tell you that no other corporate document takes as much time and effort as an S-1. Everyone from founders, lead investors, management, bankers and (of course) lawyers want a say. They all know that you never have a second chance at a first impression. An S-1 is their best stab at creating the […]

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Trading & MARKET RECAP for the 21st of Nov 2018

US equities ended slightly higher on Wednesday after a volatile start to the week with sharp losses. Large caps lagged small caps: S&P 500 #ES-F (+0.30%) vs. Russell 2000 (+1.31%). Energy (+1.58%) and communication services (+1.00%) outperformed the broader market indices, while utilities (-1.48%) and consumer staples (-0.83%) underperformed. Johnson & Johnson (-3.05%) and Coca-Cola […]

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Week Ahead 46

Next week the most important releases include US inflation, retail sales and industrial production; UK inflation, employment, wages and retail trade; Germany Q3 GDP growth and investor morale; Japan Q3 GDP growth; China industrial output, retail sales and fixed asset investment; India inflation, foreign trade and industrial production; Australia consumer and business morale, and employment […]

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