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Currency Trading Profits, through trading the foreign exchange markets. As a superb way to generate income totally passively…

 

 

Currency Trading Profits

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Currency Trading Profits

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Currency Trading Profits

Currency Trading Profits

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Currency Trading Profits

Currency Trading Profits

Currency Trading Profits

What are the best forex pairs for making money with currency trading? The forex market is huge and if we look around, we soon realize that there are a huge number of possible forex pairs. In theory, any two of the world’s many currencies can be exchanged and the trader can make or lose money on the exchange.

So how many currency pairs are there? There are around 150 currencies in the world. Of course there are many more countries than that, but many of the European countries use the euro, some countries use the US dollar and some developing countries who have their own currency keep it pegged to USD values to maintain stability.

Still, there are thousands of possible currency pairs. However, we do not need to know about all of them. Most brokers who offer forex services to retail traders (that is, individual traders operating their own personal account) limit the number of pairs that you can trade. Usually they will cover the major currencies in combination with USD and some cross pairs.

The major currencies in most people’s estimation are the US dollar (USD), euro (EUR), yen (JPY), pound (GBP), Swiss frank (CHF), and the Canadian and Australian dollars (CAD and AUD). Therefore, there are 6 major pairs where USD is combined with any other of the majors. Cross pairs are those not including USD, such as CBP/CHF.

These are the best forex pairs for a retail trader to concentrate on. Generally, if a broker offers any minor currencies for trading, the spread will be high. The exception might be that a broker will offer the currency of their own country at reasonable rates even if that currency is not a major. This is particularly true for secondary currencies like the New Zealand and Singapore dollars that are close to making it into the majors in terms of daily trading volume.

So you can trade any major pair or cross of the majors but unless you have reasons for doing otherwise, most beginners are recommended to start with EUR/USD for many trading. This is the highest traded pair which gives it a number of advantages. First, there is a lot of competition between brokers so the spread is usually lowest for this pair. Second, the high liquidity means that there will probably be less slippage, and you are more likely to get the price that you see on screen. Third, forex news alerts have a lot of news about these currencies so you are not so likely to get caught out by unexpected announcements.

If you are using an expert advisor or currency trading robot, on the other hand, it may be set up for other pairs. In that case it is best to use it according to its settings. Robots often use systems that are pair specific, i.e. that will not work so well on any but the recommended pairs, so those will be the best forex pairs for an expert advisor.

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SVS FX - Daily Market Report DAILY MARKET REPORT
February 1st 2017

EUR/USD Currency Trading Profits

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The American dollar plunged early US session following comments from Trump’s trade chief, Peter Navarro, who accused Germany of taking advantage of the US and its European counterparts by keeping the euro “grossly undervalued.” This is not the first time US President Trump moves to talk down the local currency, as he already said last week that the dollar was “too strong” making US production less competitive against countries like China, which has a government-regulated currency. The EUR/USD pair traded as high as 1.0811, level last seen early December, before pulling back modestly.

Macroeconomic releases both shores of the Atlantic favored the rally, as EU data surprised to the upside, with January inflation up to 1.8% YoY the highest rate since February 2013. Core inflation however, remained unchanged at 0.9%. Also, the preliminary estimate of the Q4 GDP came in as expected at 0.5%, with the third quarter growth revised up to 0.4% from previous 0.3%, leaving the annual rate of growth in the region up to 1.8% yearly basis. In the US, on the contrary, the employment cost index came at 0.5% for the three months to December, below the previous and expected 0.6%, whilst the Conference Board’s consumer confidence index came in at 111.8 against previous 113.7.

The pair is closing the day above its 100 DMA for the first time since early October ahead of the FED’s monetary policy meeting this Wednesday. Given that this time is not a “live meeting,” chances of a change in the ongoing policy or in the wording is less likely, which will only pressure the greenback further. Short term, the bias is towards the upside according to the 4 hours chart, as the price has broken above its 20 SMA, and stands far beyond the 38.2% retracement of the November/January decline at 1.0710. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart have pulled back from overbought readings alongside with price, but remain well above their mid-lines, far from suggesting an upcoming reversal. The pair has a major resistance area between 1.0800 and 1.0840, where the pair bottomed for most of 2015 and 2016, and where it also stands the 50% retracement of the mentioned slide at 1.0820. Should the price extend beyond this area, the rally has scope to extend up to 1.0930, the next Fibonacci resistance during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels: 1.0650 1.0610 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0740 1.0770

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USD/JPY Currency Trading Profits

The USD/JPY pair fell to its lowest since November 30th, printing 112.07 following a new batch of US Trump protectionist comments. In a meeting with  chief executives of several top drug-makers, he accused drug companies of outsourcing production because of currency devaluation in other countries. His trade chief, Peter Navarro, said that Germany is taking advantage of the US and its EU counterparts by using a  “grossly undervalued” euro. Earlier on the day, the Bank of Japan keep its economic policy unchanged, but sounded mostly optimistic, rising its growth projections from 1.3% to 1.5% for the fiscal year starting this April. The pair initially rally with the news, but risk aversion kept the upside limited. After the dust settled, the USD/JPY pair bounced from the mentioned low, after flirting with the 38.2% retracement of the post-US election rally, but so far remains unable to extend beyond the 113.00 level, overall poised to extend its slide. Technical readings in the 4 hours chart support the bearish case, given that the price is now well below a bearish 100 SMA, whilst technical indicators have barely bounced from oversold readings, rather reflecting the latest bounce than suggesting downward exhaustion.

Support levels: 112.55 112.00 111.60

Resistance levels: 113.00 113.45 113.90

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GBP/USD Currency Trading Profits

The GBP/USD pair fell down to 1.2411, but closed the day above the 1.2560 level, reversing most of its weekly losses on broad dollar’s weakness. The Pound fell early in the London session, following the release of the BOE’s December money figures, as the data showed that personal  borrowing grew at a slower pace in the last month of 2016 for the first time in five months. Consumer credit in December rose by £1.039B against an expected advance of £1.700B, and well below previous £1.926B, the smallest monthly increase since May 2015.  Mortgage approvals also surged by less than expected, up by just under 68,000 in the month. From a technical point of view, the GBP/USD has bounced sharply from the 38.2% retracement of this January bullish run, and is back above the 23.6% retracement of the same rally around 1.2520. In the 4 hours chart, the price is also above a now flat 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have lost their upward strength right after entering positive territory, indicating a limited upward potential. Nevertheless and with the ongoing dollar’ weakness, the pair can recover further on a break above 1.2590, the daily high.

Support levels:  1.2460 1.2410 1.2375

Resistance levels: 1.2490 1.2530 1.2580

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AUD/USD Currency Trading Profits

The AUD/USD pair continues trading sideways, but tested the upper end of its latest range on broad dollar’s weakness. The pair traded as high as 0.7605 during the US session, underpinned by soft US data and another round of Trump’s comments aimed to weaken the greenback. During the upcoming Asian session, China will release its final January manufacturing and services PMIs, and positive outcomes could  fuel the Aussie towards fresh yearly highs. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart shows that the price is above a still directionless 20 SMA, while technical indicators have lost their upward strength, but hold within positive territory, limiting the risk of a downward extension. The longer term outlook favors the upside as long as the price remains above 0.7450, a major static support level, although a clear extension beyond 0.7610 is required to confirm a rally towards the 0.7700 region.

Support levels: 0.7530 0.7490 0.7450

Resistance levels: 0.7610 0.7645 0.7690

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GBP/CAD Currency Trading Profits

The GBP/CAD cross fell to a fresh 2-week low of 1.6262 on the back of Pound’s weakness, but trimmed all of its daily losses and closed the day around 1.6368, as the British currency posted a sharp recovery on broad dollar’s weakness. The Canadian dollar also benefited from a weaker USD, but the USD/CAD closed off its daily low, as oil’s early recovery was erased late US afternoon. From a technical point of view, the risk for the cross remains towards the downside, although additional confirmations are needed, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price remained below its 200 EMA and a sharply bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators retreated from their mid-lines, maintaining their bearish slopes early Asia, but the price held above a major Fibonacci support around 1.6320. Renewed selling pressure below this last, can open doors for a steeper decline towards the 1.6210 level, the 50% retracement of the December/January decline.

Support levels: 1.6320 1.6260 1.6210

Resistance levels: 1.6420 1.6460 1.6510

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Dow Jones Currency Trading Profits

Worldwide equities closed in the red, with investors’ sentiment undermined by US President Trump executive orders favoring protectionism, and failing to provide of clues on growth-related measures.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 106 points or 0.53% at 19,84.36, while the Nasdaq Composite and S&P ended the day little changed, at 5614.79 and 2,278.90 respectively. Equities recovered some ground ahead of the close, with the DJIA trading as low as 19,783 intraday. Financials suffered the most from the Trump-trade unwind, with Goldman Sachs down 1.98% and JP Morgan shedding 1.72%. Heath care Pfizer was the best performer, up by 1.29%. The Dow settled a few points below a horizontal 20 DMA, whilst technical indicators keep heading south around their mid-lines in the daily chart, maintaining the risk towards the downside. In the 4 hours chart, the benchmark is far below a sharply bearish 20 SMA that reflects the strong downward momentum seen this week, whilst technical indicators have managed to bounce from oversold readings, but remain far below their mid-lines, far from suggesting an upcoming recovery for this Wednesday.

Support levels: 19,868 19,806 19,745

Resistance levels: 19,897 19,950 20,010

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FTSE Currency Trading Profits

The FTSE 100 extended its latest decline, down this Tuesday by 19 points to close at 7,099.15, as gains in the mining sector were offset by a sharp recovery in the Pound ahead of London’s close. Randgold Resources added 2.66%, Anglo American surged by 1.88%, whilst Fresnillo closed 1.75%, all making it to the top 10 list. Tesco, on the other hand, was the worst performer, down by 5.9%, undermined by soft consumer’s data released at the beginning of the day. The Footsie maintains a bearish bias according to technical readings, given that in the daily chart, indicators continue to grind lower within bearish territory, whilst the benchmark remains below its 20 SMA. In the 4 hours cart, a bearish 20 SMA keeps capping the upside, now around 7,154, while technical indicators hover within bearish territory with no clear directional trend, amid the limited intraday range seen over the past few days.

Support levels: 7,104 7,057 7,011

Resistance levels: 7,154 7,183 7,241

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Gold Currency Trading Profits

Gold prices surged for a third consecutive day, with spot settling at $1,213.20, as the financial world continued to unwind the “Trump-trade.” Stocks fell sharply alongside with the greenback, while safe-haven assets stood victorious amid increasing uncertainty over the US future. The US Federal Reserve will have a monetary policy meeting this Wednesday, but the meeting poises no risk for gold, as there are little chances that the FED will offer a hawkish stance in this “non-live” meeting. From a technical point of view, the upside is favored, given that in the daily chart, the bright metal is closing the day above a bearish 100 DMA, whilst technical indicators have bounced from their mid-lines, with the RSI heading sharply higher around 62. In the 4 hours chart, the price is well above its 20 and 100 SMAs, whilst technical indicators have pared gains within overbought territory, but with no signs of changing course. Spot topped at 1,220.02 this January, the level to surpass to confirm another leg higher towards the 1,230.00 region, where it has the 50% retracement of the latest monthly decline.

Support levels: 1,204.50 1,196.10 1,187.80

Resistance levels: 1,220.05 1,229.80 1,241.35

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

Types Passive Income
Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

Online Passive Income
1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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