Even with a very mild upside surprise last week, the number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits has remained at persistently low levels.
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Over recent weeks I have covered potential moves in the AUDUSD using a technique some traders use to forecast profit targets during an i
After a protracted multi-week slide that has defined the crypto market through the first quarter of this year, bitcoin raced higher yesterday in a move that caught many traders by surprise.
On March 6th, the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicted the U.S. will become the world's leading oil producer by 2023. The report states that U.S.
One of the best things about commodity trading is understanding the forces behind supply and demand.
The EURGBP tends to be one of those pairs that stay inside well-defined channels. Occasional there is news that will break it out of the channel and then start a new one that continues until the n
Last week was a brutal test of faith for bitcoin investors.
This week brought us Janet Yellen's final Federal Open Market Committee meeting, which brought us no change in interests rates.
Electricity demand has escalated dramatically across the United States as homes struggle to keep warm amidst a stubborn and historic arctic blast.
The Tabb Group recently released estimates for high-frequency trading that indicated the aggregate revenues had decreased from 7.2 billion in 2009 to less than one billion in 2017. The reason for
The NFL® playoffs are one of the more exciting postseasons in major sports, with a single elimination format and a win or go home reality.
Natural Gas (NG) is a seasonally consistent market.
When a commodity with a nickname like “Doctor.” as in “Doctor Copper” falls 4.3% in a day like copper did on Tuesday, people pay attention.
As anticipated last week, most of the currencies reversed direction after the release of the Non-Farm Employment Change numbers on Friday. The Non-Farm Employment Change numbers declined for the f
WTI crude oil finished the month of September almost +9.7%. This rally happened despite the fact that over the last 20 years of seasonal data, September tends to only be about +1%.
Unless there is a big change in sentiment in the next week, the Nasdaq is poised to finish the month lower in September for the only the 2nd time in 2017.
The price of oil has broken through to a new level of support, with WTI crude holding above $50 for several sessions.
From January through the end of August 2017, Initial Weekly Jobless claims enjoyed a remarkably consistent run, landing in a range between 261,000 and 232,000 each week of this year.
Volatility has been muted in natural gas markets with pricing dwelling in a tight range and a mood of complacency descending on traders.
Heading into last week, oil had a head full of steam and momentum from the previous week which had been its best of the year.
The upper portion of the chart below shows 15-minute candlesticks of the EUR/USD currency pair, while the lower study shows the standard deviation ranging from 0 to 2.5.
The NCAA® tourney started yesterday and March Madness is in full swing. 64 teams began yesterday with dreams of winning 6 consecutive games to become National Champion.
Consistency is what most market participants have wanted out of the Federal Reserve Bank, and they haven’t had it since Paul Volker in the late 70’s/early 80’s.
When taking these types of trades, you must realize that the perceived probabilities of success are lower based on historical analysis; however, there are times when you may have an edge that could