In this article, we continue to study the trading methodology from the demand/supply zones of Sam Seyden and his followers. You can familiarize yourself with the first article at the link – “Forex Trading from Supply and Demand Zones“.
The trading strategy in supply / demand zones is quite simple and methodologically fundamentally not particularly different from trading at support / resistance levels. Continue reading
Trade wars and a slowdown in the global economy have significantly increased international investors’ demand for government bonds as a safe asset. Inversion of the US bond yield curve, as a statistically strong signal of a probable future recession in the USA, gave an additional impetus to this trend.
Demand for government bonds led to a significant decrease in their yield. However, in the world, a huge amount of bonds has a negative yield. What makes investors buy these assets? Indeed, negative rates from the point of view of common sense and the basic of economic theory are nonsense. Continue reading
In his speech at the Central Banks economic symposium these days in Jackson Hole, the Governor of the Bank of England made some extremely curious statements.
Mark Carney said that dollar dominance in the global financial system increases the risks of the global liquidity trap, and that currencies like Libra will end dollar dominance. So what is the currency of the future Libra? And what is its threat to the modern financial system? Continue reading
Take a look at the 4-hour dollar index (USDX) futures chart. We see very strong consolidation in a narrow range (blue rectangle).
Traders are in a state of uncertainty about the future prospects of the US dollar. Continue reading
Trading in financial markets from levels (or zones) of supply and demand is traditionally associated with the methodology developed by Sam Seiden and his colleagues.
This methodology is extremely interesting for traders for several reasons. First of all, it is quite simple to understand and based on the basic principles of market interaction of supply and demand. It does not use complex technical indicators and, according to many traders, it provides significant advantages in the real trading of any financial instruments. Let’s delve into this methodology together. Continue reading
Trade wars, inversion of the US and Eurozone yield curves, slowdown of world economic growth provoked a new round of active discussion of the likelihood of a downturn in the global economy.
An avalanche of recession is ready to embark on its deadly path. So how real is the recession in the global economy? Continue reading
The US economy added only 75,000 jobs in May, which is more than 100,000 less than experts predicted.
A sharp slowdown in the growth of the number of jobs in May provoked a rise in traders’ expectations that the Fed would start lowering rates in July, lowering them an additional two times before the end of the year.
However, are the experts able to correctly predict the actions of the Fed in the future? Continue reading
The European Commission published on Wednesday, December 5, a plan to reduce the eurozone’s dependence on the dollar.
The fact that such a plan is being prepared, we wrote on our website – “Europe challenges dollar dominance”. Continue reading
The fall in yields on benchmark US government bonds (10-year) in the past few days has pulled down the entire long edge of the yield curve.
This led to the inversion of the yield curve for a plot of 2 to 5 years. What does this mean and when should we expect a recession in the USA? Continue reading
Trade wars and an endless stream of US sanctions force even America’s close allies to work out measures to protect their own financial systems and business.
The European Commission plans in the near future to submit its proposals for replacing the dollar in European financial transactions. Continue reading