Christopher Lewis is a Columbus, OH-based Forex trader who enjoys trading a wide range of pairs from the traditional EUR/USD to more exotic USD/RUB, and many things in between. Unlike many Forex traders who prefer to trade in a specific market session, Christopher takes advantage of the flexibility provided by the currency markets, and he trades in all sessions, most often when he’s taking a study break from pursuing degrees in both finance and computer science.
Mr. Lewis most often trades on the daily or weekly chart, rather than on a shorter time frame, making his market outlooks suitable for traders in all time zones. In addition to multiple daily analyses, he has been providing DailyForex.com traders with regular video analyses for several years. He also contributes weekly Forex forecasts, monthly outlooks and even yearly forecasts, all of which are all highly valued by his loyal following. Christopher has tested dozens of Forex trading platforms during his years as a trader, though he now uses GFT’s 360 DealBook when placing personal trades.
In late 2014 Mr. Lewis began contributing signals to ForexSignalz.com, where he collaborates with DailyForex’s chief trader, Adam Lemon, to provide additional signals to serious traders directly to their mobile phones. Mr. Lewis’s signals, although not overly aggressive, are largely based upon his own personal trades and trading strategies that he has cultivated over many years, making them suitable for traders at all levels and for traders using a range of trading platforms.
When he’s not studying, trading or chasing after his two young children, Christopher manages to find time to operate his own Forex website, aptly called The Trader Guy.
The Euro initially tried to rally on Thursday but then broke down through the 1.15 level to reach towards 1.1450 level underneath, an area that has recently caused a bit of a bounce.
Bitcoin continues to grind lower, losing almost 3% by the time I got to my desk to record this video.
The S&P 500 has fallen rather hard again during the trading session on Thursday, crashing back towards the 2750 handle before bouncing slightly.
The WTI Crude Oil market fell during the trading session on Thursday, reaching down towards the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level.
The US dollar plummeted against the Japanese yen as a bid to safety came back into focus on Thursday.
The Euro fell during the trading session on Wednesday, slamming into the 1.15 handle.
Bitcoin markets did very little during the trading session on Wednesday, as we continue to dance around in the descending triangle.
The WTI Crude Oil market had a very negative session on Wednesday, which of course makes quite a bit of sense considering that the inventory number was horrible.
The S&P 500 spent most of the day falling during Wednesday trading, but found the area below the 2800 level to be a bit supportive.
The US dollar initially fell against the Japanese yen during trading on Wednesday but found the ¥112 level to be supportive enough to turn things around.