Since last year’s UK referendum, Sterling has been the subject of heated debate among market participants and observers. GBP volatility has remained elevated and moves have been knee-jerk to say the least. We are going to have a look at the EUR vs. GBP pair in particular, in an effort to make sense of what’s […]
US Equity markets have been in a prolonged, near straight-line rally for almost 8 years now. This rally started after the 2007-2008 financial crisis and has been relentless in momentum,
Mexico has been in the spotlight in the past couple of years, mainly due to Donald Trump’s tough stance against it in the run-up to the US Presidential elections. But, politics aside, let’s take a look and see if the recent extreme market movements are justified by the underlying fundamentals.
Bitcoin (ticker: BTC) has been around since late 2008 but it only started making the news in early 2013. It is a crypto currency and a payment system; its main advantage being that transactions are anonymous and peer-to-peer (i.e. made directly without an intermediary). Bitcoin’s unique architecture is set-up in such a way that their […]
Nearly six months ago when we launched ForexAnalytix, our analyst Gregor Horvat highlighted his bullish view on USD index through his Elliott Wave charts.
Gold is probably the most controversial and talked about asset. We’ve all read about or witnessed heated arguments involving the yellow metal. There are two hardcore camps as far as gold is concerned:
OPEC: (the real) Deal or no Deal? After many months of speculation, OPEC finally delivered. Member countries agreed in principle to control oil production for the first time in several years. Production was agreed to be cut by around 1.2 million barrels a day, by January 2017.
Canada is an important G7 country with a quite particular economy. It’s a net exporter of energy and tends to be viewed by the market as an oil-dependent economy. As oil started to plunge in late 2014, the Canadian Dollar followed suit and weakened substantially – vs the USD it climbed from roughly parity to […]
News headlines were dominated last week by the US presidential elections. Prior to November 8th the markets were anticipating a Clinton win (albeit by a small margin). Bookmakers had HRC anywhere between 70% and 90% to win. Well they were all proved spectacularly wrong as Donald Trump cruised to victory.