Archive for August, 2009

The Recovery Scalp

Will DPJ Leadership Have a Lasting Impact on the Yen?

The Japanese Yen strengthened across the board as investors cheer new leadership in Japan. After more than 50 years of unchallenged power, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has been finally defeated by the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). The big question of if and when Prime Minister Aso will announce his resignation was [...]

Forex Trading Tips: Automatic Risk Control

Automatic Risk Control The one inviolable rule of trading is that you can either have a system that is high probability and low profit or a system that is low probability and high profit, but you can never have both. That doesn’t stop novice traders from searching endlessly for the setup that risks a dollar [...]

The Call for more AUD and EUR Gains

Having been in Singapore for the past 2 weeks, I am delighted to back sitting at my desk here in NY with Boris behind me.
Hopefully you got a chance to check out some of the TV interviews that I conducted from Singapore. I posted one last week. Overall, I [...]

Stick to One or The Other

Outlook for Currency and Equities

I am in Singapore right now getting the opportunity chance to meet some enthusiastic forex traders. Last week, I was on CNBC Asia talking about my outlook for currencies and equities. If you missed the interviews, here are the clips

Forex Trading Tips: In Defense Of The Machines

In Defense Of The Machines One of the more popular clips of me on Youtube is called “Trading is not Logical”. It was done during the meltdown of 2007 when many algorithmic driven funds sustained massive losses on their strategies. I was being interviewed by CNBC Europe and very emphatically stated that we were “huge [...]

Updated Seminars – Coming to Singapore

I will be on Bloomberg Television today at 1:20pm talking about the FOMC rate decision.
I just wanted to let everyone know that I will be in Singapore next week speaking at the Investfair. If you are around the area, come and see one of the presentations! I will also be giving a Forex [...]

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Forex Trading Tips: Point Break

Point Break Back when he was young and lithe and strong as a White Bengal tiger Patrick Swayze made one of the best thrillers of the early 1990’s called Point Break. The film made a female director, Kathryn Bigelow, is considered to be one of the most adrenaline fueled action adventure screenplays put on celluloid. [...]

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