The dollar is in the doldrums, but is it too big to fail? Experts say that a possible economic recovery, along with investors’ appetite for risk, will determine where these markets are headed into 2010.
The partnership of gold and silver has added a few members, the eurodollar quarterly rates and the U.S. dollar index. We’ll analyze the current state of this relationship and how we can exploit it with moving average ratios.
It is no question that screen-based electronic trading now dominates the industry. In this new digital world, however, there is still a need for human logic, perspective and instinct. These two can work in tandem.
A strong uptrend is marked by higher lows, a strong downtrend by lower highs. By following strict yet simple rules, a bond trader can ride a strong trend and limit risk. The key is in recognizing the early warning signs of a new trend.
The biggest challenge faced by technical analysts is how best to use domain knowledge to infer an appropriate bias in their algorithms. Here, we dive into the subject of model selection using a system for the pound/dollar.
Legislation is expected to emerge in September providing a regulatory framework for a U.S. cap-and-trade scheme that promises to be the world’s largest. Trading opportunities, however, already exist in the U.S. and abroad.