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The Euro has been very noisy over the last 30 days, settling on a more bullish attitude than anything else.
The NASDAQ 100 continues to be very noisy, but at the end of the day it is an index that should never be shorted.
The S&P 500 has been bullish during the month of October, as we head towards the overall election’s nonsense and of course potential stimulus.
WTI Crude Oil has found a rather comfortable value range the past month.
Gold markets have gone back and forth during the course of the month of October, and at this point it seems like the $1900 level should continue to be a bit of a magnet for price.
Silver: Accumulation and Consolidation and Opportunity
The DAX has gone back and forth during the course of October, as we are still trying to figure out what to do next.
USD/INR: Indian Rupee Trends Offer Potential Tradable Range
USD/ZAR: Key Support Should Keep Rand Speculators Alert
The S&P 500 has seen a rough month of September, which is historically normal
Silver markets have fallen apart towards the end of the month of September, which is not a huge surprise considering how much bullish pressure we have seen in the US dollar.
The last couple of weeks have been difficult for gold bulls, as the gold markets have sliced through the $1900 level.
The Euro fell off of a cliff towards the end of the month of September and has left the 1.17 level in the dust.
The NASDAQ 100 has been rather brutal for a lot of traders during the month of September, but when you step out and look at the weekly chart, you can see that we are still very much in an uptrend
GBP/USD: Volatile September British Pound Trading Ruled
WTI Crude Oil: Will Energy Demand Match Production Increases
USD/ZAR: Large Value Range in South African Rand a Warning
USD/INR: Indian Rupee’s New Range is Sustainable in October
USD/BRL: Short Term Struggles May Be Mid-Term Opportunities
The US dollar has been drifted lower against the Indian rupee for some time now, but as we drift into September there will be a lot of questions when it comes to whether or not we can continue this move.