13 Sept: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices

The US$ is lower today, with the Aud in particular making good gains on new hopes of progress in the US/China trade talks. Trading the Aud$ from the long side currently looks to be the plan although much will depend on today’s domestic jobs number. Buying it against the US$, Jpy, Sterling or the Euro seems to be… Read More »

12 Sept: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices

The dollar is mixed again today after a rangebound day, although under some mild downside pressure, with the Euro finding a bit of demand at the end of the US session. Also today, with the Aud and Kiwi having bounced off new lows, they now look mildly positive in the short term, but remain heavy further out. This… Read More »

11 Sept: Tomi trader EA – lastest performance update.

Tomi Trader – MT4 Expert Advisor. When the medium/long term bias for a currency pair, commodity or stock index is either bullish or bearish, as can be ascertained from the daily trend table (i.e. http://fxcharts.net/category/trendtables/) an EA can be attached with that particular bias in mind. As and when our bias changes, we can either close the EA… Read More »

11 Sept: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices

The dollar seems mixed today, under some mild pressure against the Euro and Sterling while seemingly finding a bit of demand against the Yen and the Chf. The Aud and Kiwi look neutral in the short term but remain heavy further out. The Euro, and more particularly Sterling actually looks better bid on all fronts, and both seem… Read More »

10 Sept: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices

The US jobs number have put a bid tone back into the US$, at least in the short term. The Aud and to a lesser extent the Kiwi, look in trouble on almost all fronts, with the Aud in particular looks like a sell against almost all the other majors. At the same time, the Jpy looks set… Read More »

7 Sept: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices

It has been a fairly rangebound session although there has been some Yen strength towards the end of the session and this looks as though it may continue today, both against the dollar and also on the crosses. Elsewhere, the ASX and WTI both continue to look heavy and I prefer to be short. No trades today as… Read More »