Last Wednesday, I wrote about how stock-watchers should probably wait a few more days before trying to figure out whether the U.S. market was more likely to bounce back towards new all-time highs
Yesterday saw the already large sell-off in global stocks, especially in the U.S. stock market, accelerate and continue.
A few days ago, I wrote about how the U.S. stock market suffered its biggest 1-day fall for about 18 months.
Last Tuesday saw the largest daily fall, by some measurements, in the value of the U.S. Dow Jones 30 Index since 9th September 2016, after the index made an all-time high the previous day.
I wrote earlier this week about one of my core market beliefs about the Forex market: that it is driven by the U.S. Dollar.
One of my strongest beliefs about the Forex market is that it is driven by the U.S. Dollar.
What is the “carry trade” in Forex? It is a type of trade where you make sure that your Forex broker will pay you net positive interest for holding the position overnight, and you hope to make a total profit on that trade
One of the most important central bank, the Bank of Japan, released its monthly policy input earlier today.