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FOMC Voters 2014 Dove Hawk Scale

The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee changes every year and 2014 in particular iss a big year for the Federal Reserve because there are a number of new faces on the Federal Open Market Committee or FOMC. With her official confirmation on Monday, Janet Yellen will become the first woman to lead the world’s [...]

Where Each G20 Nation Stands on Currencies

As the name suggests, there are 20 countries in the G20 and here’s where we think the 20 nations stand on currency policy. No issues with weak yen US — Treasury supports Japan’s policies Canada — Said G7 statement is a consensus and not aimed at singling out Japan China — Guilty of persistent currency [...]

Forex – What I Like / Dislike 01.25.13

Will be on CNBC Street Signs this morning and wanted to give you a sneak peek of my notes:
I like EUR and AUD
For EUR:
- All of $ that was parked in Switzerland and U.K. for safety and now its coming back
- Strong German data means IMF and others could be underestimating EZ growth
- ECB begins [...]

Forex – What I Like / Dislike 01.25.13

Will be on CNBC Street Signs this morning and wanted to give you a sneak peek of my notes:
I like EUR and AUD
For EUR:
- All of $ that was parked in Switzerland and U.K. for safety and now its coming back
- Strong German data means IMF and others could be underestimating EZ growth
- ECB begins [...]

Talking with CNBC Asia about ECB and EUR

I was on CNBC Asia last week talking about how proactive the ECB will be in light of Europe’s sovereign debt troubles. Sorry for the late post!

BNN: USD, EUR, JPY Outlook

Was on the Business News Network talking about the outlook for the U.S. dollar, Euro and Japanese Yen. Click on the image to access the video:

Does Sell in May, Go Away Apply to EUR?

There is a very old saying in the stock market that goes “Sell in May, and Go Away.” This pertains to the notion that investors should cash in on their investments this month and take the summer off because June, July, August and September have traditionally been some of the worst months in the equity [...]

BNN Interview: Is China’s Yuan Move a Big Deal?

I was on the Business News Network earlier today discussing whether China’s Yuan move is a big deal. Click on the image to access the video:

Bloomberg Interview: Comments on Yuan and EUR

I was on Bloomberg yesterday talking about my outlook for the Yuan and EUR. Here’s the video and a list of the Q they sent me in advance plus my quick notes/responses! Some good ones on Yuan convertibility

1. Outlook for the yuan and the impact of slower growth in China on the [...]

Headed for Singapore for Investfair – My Schedule

Sorry for the radio silence but I have been working hard preparing for my trip to Singapore. If you are in town, please come by Investfair and say hi! I love meeting traders, particularly BKForex subscribers face to face.
Here’s my presentation schedule:
Sat April 7 Investfair
11am 3 Ways to Trade
1pm 2 Min FX and Commodity [...]

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