The US equities market fared better today on a fresh new week open. The much anticipated Trump’s infrastructure investment plan is out and there is much to be disappointed about. Continue reading “Indices up, but dollar strength remain weak as Trump’s infrastructure plan disappoints”
US markets sold off across the board. While I have not actively tracked the major indices, I was pretty active in trading the US30 contract for difference. This mimics the Dow Jones Industrial Average and tends to be more volatile due to its price weighted nature. Continue reading “US equities market sells off as labor market continues to tighten”
Following up with the Australian inflation release earlier tonight, I expect to hold my trades for longer than anticipated.
For the past few weeks, NZDCAD has been my major pair of focus. It sold off earlier last week, to which I exited at the peak. This week, I am prepared for a re-entry expecting a bullish upside. Continue reading “Technical setups for the week ahead – Jan 30 onwards”
Since concluding the fall competition, Capitalize4Kids has decided to run a much shorter stock market challenge kicking it off into 2018. Continue reading “Initial portfolio allocation for the 2018 Capitalize4Kids winter competition”
Since my last post on October 8, 2017, I did not make a follow-up post. Well, here it is today. Continue reading “Update on my Capitalize4Kids performance for Fall, 2017”
Catching up to past week’s economic events, one key pair remains in my sight for the week ahead. Continue reading “NZDCAD continues to remain my key pair for the week ahead”
The New Zealand Dollar has experienced its fair share of volatility in the past year. Looking at NZDUSD alone, it closed at 0.68847 on January 3rd and closed at 0.70857 on December 29th of 2017. Continue reading “Long term bullish on the Kiwi”