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The Euro has drifted lower during the bulk of the month of September, reaching down towards the 1.17 level.
The NASDAQ 100 has been in an uptrend for what seems like ages, and I think that might continue to be the case.
The S&P 500 has been drifting a little bit lower over the last several weeks, as September has been a little bit difficult.
The US dollar has rallied significantly in September against the South African Rand, setting up a potential attempt to break out above a resistance barrier.
Gold markets have been slumping during most of the September month, reaching down towards the $1750 level multiple times.
SafeMoon continues to grab the attention of cryptocurrency speculators as concerns regarding the ‘safety’ of its wagering capabilities storms to new heights.
The USD/INR has seen a strong tidal wave of selling emerge the past few days and, as September gets set to begin, traders need to be careful.
BTC/USD has enjoyed a fruitful August of positive results as the cryptocurrency essentially gained another solid percentage ratio.
XRP/USD outperformed expectations in August as it achieved a high of nearly 1.35000 on the 15th after trading near a low slightly below 70 cents when the month started.
ETH/USD remains within the top tier of its mid-term range as it hovers below important resistance levels which attained a high on the 23rd of August.
DOGE/USD will enter September with speculative questions abounding for speculators after achieving highs in the middle of August.
The NASDAQ 100 has been relatively flat most of the month of August, but towards the end we started to see a little bit of a breakout yet again.
The euro has been very choppy and slightly negative throughout August, and I think this sets it up for a relatively big move.
The S&P 500 has continued to see a lot of bullish pressure over the longer term, as we have been moving forward in a perfect 45° angle.
The US dollar has been rallying against emerging market currencies overall, at least over the last couple of months.