Currencies

Top Trading Links: Making Sense Of 2015!

Hi all, each new year brings growth and change.  New for 2015 is a weekly link fest sharing some of the best reads and ideas on the web.  Naturally, we’ll focus on technicals.  However, we’ll also cover the trading process and some ‘big picture’ themes and ideas. Let’s get started…

Euro Likely To Move Lower Before A Tradable Bounce

Trading based on exchange rates can be especially rewarding because of the tendency of certain currency pairs to maintain a trend. If you find a good entry, it is often possible to leave a trade on for longer than you would with equity indices. However, one of the difficulties for…

5 Investing Lessons From The Russian Crisis

When we looked around the world at the end of 2014, there were some obvious and mature market trends in place. I say mature because any time the media picks up on something, the cat’s out of the bag. Specifically, the US Dollar was (and is) strong, U.S. Treasury Bonds…

The Best Of SIM – December: The Return Of Volatility

The month of December saw on-time seasonal moves that dug a bit further both up and down during the month. But you wouldn’t know that if you simply looked at the return of the S&P 500 (SPX) for the month: -0.4%.  Seems harmless enough, but stocks were struggling under the surface…

Is The Euro Setting Up For A Long Awaited Rally?

As you are probably well aware – trading isn’t hard, it’s just not easy! Over the past weeks we’ve posted twice looking for a counter trend rally in the EURO vs USD: Euro: Did Time & Price Square Out Call A Bottom? Traders: Did The Euro Just Bottom? Did a…

The Best Of See It Market – November 2014

November was a great month for See It Market. We added 3 fantastic contributors (Ben Carlson, Dave Budge, and Jonathan Beck) and saw our output jump by 20 percent and our traffic by over 30 percent. Thank you to our contributors:  We have such a great team of active investors providing…

Japanese Yen: The World’s Favorite Short Trade Is Ripe For Reversal

Amidst a market environment in which certain trades aren’t simply working well but are perceived to be without any risk whatsoever, the short Japanese Yen trade is arguably perceived to be the surest thing around. According to CFTC’s Commitments of Traders, speculative shorts continue to amble along with negative volume…

Traders: Did The Euro Just Bottom?

The Euro has been hit hard and negative sentiment is reaching an extreme. A couple weeks ago we posted how PRICE = TIME and the Euro hit the target exactly.  That being said, the FORM and PROPORTION just didn’t look correct from the perspective of “is this a tradable bottom.” So,…