In this 10-minute video we aim to explain what's happening in the bond market, and as a result its implications to the USD, to stocks, the USDJPY and gold. Today's US Consumer Price Index (CPI) data due for release on Wednesday at 1230 GMT may be already priced in and prices may not display logical textbook reactions.
Following our earlier post from last week on the 29th featuring a chart of the Oil/Gold ratio, we can see that we are back inside that trading range. Watch this 19-min video for more clues on how to trade the changes that could affect markets in the coming weeks in terms of volatility and trend direction.
The altcoin space is capturing our attention with a series of impulsive price movements that could be used to anticipate other frontline cryptos for the coming 4-6 weeks. In this video, we analyze the soaring prices of SNX, SAND, YFI, CRV, MKR, AAVE, CEL, and COMP.
We used today’s charts in stock indices and oil to illustrate our position management in gold. The negative undertones these markets show since yesterday are still conditioning today's price action as you can see in this video. Where the metal will finally carve a material bottom is obviously unknown but we are eyeing specific supports to add to our long-term position.
While we are presently square in silver, we would need to see a clean break of the current triangular formation to convince us that this market is starting to break out. Check this short video, to get our trade idea, and the rewards we expect to see in the coming months, as well as what to do should the breakout be in jeopardy.
Today we witnessed two buy trades triggered by the Random Coastline strategy. This is entirely possible if the first trade is closed and the other conditions are met again. See the video for the short explanation.
Here's a question from the mailbox, concerning why the GBP is rising if UK data released in the last two days failed to impress? In our view, it boils down to yesterday's US FOMC Meeting Minutes from a fundamental perspective. "The document reiterated that the Committee expects to maintain an accommodative stance of monetary policy until inflation stands...
After this sideways dredge in the bond market, the upside vulnerability is mounting. Appetite for bonds reflected in prices rising could lead stocks to underperform or lag for a short period of time. This scenario would be seen as a correction in a prolonged decline. The below video explains what levels to watch for.