Bitcoin, the future or just a gamble? (2)

This week we saw Bitcoin breach the $10,000 mark and continue in a near-vertical ascent that has some people scratching their heads and others celebrating their incredible gains.

EUR Pairs Heavy or at Resistance

Ahead of Thursday’s ECB meeting and with a crisis brewing in Spanish Catalonia the EUR is trading heavy or at significant resistance in some crosses which are worth watching for bearish reversals. 

Are precious metals breaking down, or are we setting up for a big rally?

Gold and Silver are assets which have been of great importance for thousands of years. Up until a few decades ago, gold was explicitly linked to currencies (such as the US$) and was broadly used as money.

This Week’s Harmonics Preview by Nicola Duke

Watch this comprehensive preview from Nicola Duke preparing you for what is coming ahead this week using her unique Harmonics approach and mesmerizing voice. 

As BREXIT looms, the EUR/GBP may be signaling a reversal!

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 […]

S&P500

S&P500, should we trust this breakout?

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,

gold

Gold: Treasure or Relic?

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:

Crude Oil post OPEC meeting

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.