Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.30.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.30.2016

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#UDSX          96.10—-95.30         Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
EUR/USD     1.1175—-1.1065     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GBP/USD     1.3550—-1.3400     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CHF     0.9840—-0.9760     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/JPY      103.20—-102.50     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
AUD/USD     0.7500—-0.7400    Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CAD     1.3000—-1.2860    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GOLD            1323.00—1303.00   Sell at the Top,                 Stop Loss 7 $,         Target at the Buttom
Silver             18.60—18.00           Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.20 $,     Target at the Top
Oil                  50.45—49.15          Buy at the Buttom,            Stop Loss 0.50 $,     Target at the Top

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Live Analysis – USA500 Hits Target 2 too

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USA500, Daily         

Brexit Day 5 The uncertainty continues but the bounce back also continues. UK PM Cameron outlined the choices the country will face in negotiations to establish a new relationship with the EU. He said, during a comparatively un-tempestuous prime ministers question time session in parliament, that his successor will have to examine the different ‘models’ to see what works best, mentioning as examples the Canadian model, the Swiss model and the Norwegian model. All of these would constitute a marked deterioration in the UK’s current trading terms with the EU as a fully paid up member, and in the case of the Swiss and Norwegian examples would involve an open-border commitment. Many of those who had been in the Leave campaign, meanwhile, are hoping that the EU itself, sensing an existential threat, will change its attitude toward the migration issue and allow the UK access to the single market while controlling its borders. The idea is that there will be free movement of labour as opposed to free movement of people, with a reformed Europe comprised of individual but globalised economies. Some right-wing Leavers have been promoting Singapore as an example model.

Cable made up some ground overnight, topping at 1.3454, though so far unable to best Monday’s 1.3485 peak. EUR-USD traded over 1.1100, though continues to find sellers over the level. USD-JPY gains have stalled despite the improved risk backdrop, while USD-CAD has traded under 1.3000 on higher oil prices. Brexit uncertainty remains a market driver, though for now at least, unwinding of the sharp risk-off movements which began last week continue.

Global equities moved higher for the second day, and U.S. futures indicate a higher Wall Street open today. This meant that Target 2 at 2042 on the USA500 was achieved and a further advance to 2067 cannot be ruled out, however, this position is now closed.  

I explained the approach to taking this trade during yesterday’s live analysis webinar together with the importance of risk management and always doing what is probable.

Janne Muta

Chief Market Analyst

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jmutaJanne Muta is a seasoned industry professional with over 16 years experience in the global markets. Originally from Finland, Janne has worked for institutions in both Helsinki and London as an institutional fund manager, global market analyst and FX educator.

Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


“My mission is to help you to become a confident and successful trader”

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Macro Events & News for 06.29.2016

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FOREX News Today

German GfK consumer confidence was much stronger than expected, with the July projection rising to 10.1 from 9.8. The full breakdown for June showed sharp increases in business and income expectations, but the willingness to buy still fell back as the willingness to save turned less negative with inflation expectations. Strong numbers overall, but already outdated in the light of the Brexit referendum, as the turmoil and the prolonged uncertainty will also cut back German growth expectations, even if consumers don’t realise it as yet.

The pound has remained steady for a second day, though we’re far, far from being out of a forest of uncertainty with Brexit proceedings. One thing that seems pretty clear is that the EU will not allow UK unfettered access to the single market with a closed border (can’t have the club’s bounty without the meeting the club’s obligations, to paraphrase many EU leaders at yesterday’s summit). This will remain a worry for investors, who will be anticipating lower growth potential in both the UK and Europe. We, like the consensus view, expect further declines in sterling and further bouts of crashing in non-multinational UK stocks.

The recovery on global stock markets continued in Asia with hopes of additional stimulus measures helping markets to bounce back after the Brexit sell off. BoJ Governor Kuroda said the central bank can add funds to the market as needed. ECB’s Nowotny meanwhile said the ECB is examining the impact of Brexit, but that its too early to act, after Draghi reportedly warned Brexit could shave 0.5% points off Eurozone growth. U.S. and U.K. stock futures are also higher as are oil prices, with the front end Nymex future above USd 48 per barrel. This still likely see bond futures under further pressure and yields moving off recent highs, although hopes of further policy action should limit gains in core yields. The European data calendar will likely be overlooked again as the focus remains on Brexit and the EU summit continues without Cameron, who told EU leaders yesterday that it was the EU’s immigration policy that triggered the Brexit vote. The calendar has German June inflation data, as well as the ESI economic confidence indicator and U.K. credit growth.

The June U.S. consumer confidence moved to 98.0, an eight-month high from 92.4 (was 92.6) in May and 94.7 in April, left confidence still below last year’s oddly-firm Q3 readings that included a 102.6 September figure, versus a 103.8 cycle-high in January of 2015. Confidence faces an ongoing lift from low gasoline prices, home price increases, and a likely Q2 GDP bounce as the inventory unwind and oil price hit to factories diminishes into mid-year despite the weak global economy. Confidence faces a political headwind from the high unfavorable ratings of both U.S. major party candidates and eerie U.S. parallels to the U.K.’s Brexit dynamic. We’ve seen small and divergent recent swings in available confidence gauges, though all remain below early-2015 levels.

Main Macro Events Today

  • EU Leaders’ Summit
  • UK Consumer Credit: UK May consumer credit is seen expanding to GBP 1.400B from GBP1.287B in the previous month.
  • EU Consumer Confidence: EU June consumer confidence is expected to come in unchanged from the previous months -7.3.
  • US Personal Income: Personal income is expected to grow 0.3% in May, while consumption should be 0.3%.
  • US Bank Stress Tests: The stress test results on US banks will be published today at 20:30 GMT.

Janne Muta

Chief Market Analyst

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About Janne Muta, HotForex’s Chief Market Analyst

jmutaJanne Muta is a seasoned industry professional with over 16 years experience in the global markets. Originally from Finland, Janne has worked for institutions in both Helsinki and London as an institutional fund manager, global market analyst and FX educator.

Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


“My mission is to help you to become a confident and successful trader”

Disclaimer: This material is provided as a general marketing communication for information purposes only and does not constitute an independent investment research. Nothing in this communication contains, or should be considered as containing, an investment advice or an investment recommendation or a solicitation for the purpose of buying or selling of any financial instrument. All information provided is gathered from reputable sources and any information containing an indication of past performance is not a guarantee or reliable indicator of future performance. Users acknowledge that any investment in FX and CFDs products is characterized by a certain degree of uncertainty and that any investment of this nature involves a high level of risk for which the users are solely responsible and liable. We assume no liability for any loss arising from any investment made based on the information provided in this communication. This communication must not be reproduced or further distributed without our prior written permission.

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.29.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.29.2016

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#UDSX          96.35—-95.85         Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
EUR/USD     1.1105—-1.1025     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GBP/USD     1.3440—-1.3270     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CHF     0.9835—-0.9780     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/JPY      103.25—-102.05     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
AUD/USD     0.7410—-0.7320    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.3105—-1.2975    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GOLD            1324.00—1303.00   Sell at the Top,                     Stop Loss 6 $,         Target at the Buttom
Silver             17.90—17.60           Sell at the Top,                     Stop Loss 0.20 $,         Target at the Buttom
Oil                  48.80—47.80         Buy at the Buttom,                 Stop Loss 0.50 $,     Target at the Top

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Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.28.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.28.2016

Free Forex Signals

#UDSX          96.90—-96.00         Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Top
EUR/USD     1.1070—-1.0960     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GBP/USD     1.3360—-1.3040     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9830—-0.9720     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/JPY      102.50—-101.40     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7420—-0.7290    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.3150—-1.30100    Buy at the Buttom,            Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GOLD            1335.00—1317.00   Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 9 $,           Target at the Top
Silver             17.90—17.60          Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 0.20 $,       Target at the Top
Oil                  47.70—45.60         Sell at the Top,                     Stop Loss 0.50 $,         Target at the Buttom

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USA500 Analysis – USA500 Hits Target 1

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USA500, Daily         

Brexit Day 4 the uncertainty continues. The US stock markets both closed below the key 200 DMA yesterday, normally a signal for further sell–offs and a bearish market ahead.  However, following a lackluster session in Asia there was short-covering on GBP, commodities and European bourses this morning which prompted me to look for a similar bounce from oversold on US stocks.

The USA500 had breached both the 200 DMA and the powerfully psychological support at 2000.00  to close at 1990.67. The overnight retrace was significant with the 2000 level offering support. The oversold Daily time frame and pin bar entry on the 1 hour time frame provided a simple Target 1 at 2022 and Target 2 at 2042. Target 1 was reached shortly after the US stock markets opened today.

I explained the approach during today’s live analysis webinar together with the importance of risk management and always doing what is probable.

Janne Muta

Chief Market Analyst

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About Janne Muta, HotForex’s Chief Market Analyst

jmutaJanne Muta is a seasoned industry professional with over 16 years experience in the global markets. Originally from Finland, Janne has worked for institutions in both Helsinki and London as an institutional fund manager, global market analyst and FX educator.

Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


“My mission is to help you to become a confident and successful trader”

Disclaimer: This material is provided as a general marketing communication for information purposes only and does not constitute an independent investment research. Nothing in this communication contains, or should be considered as containing, an investment advice or an investment recommendation or a solicitation for the purpose of buying or selling of any financial instrument. All information provided is gathered from reputable sources and any information containing an indication of past performance is not a guarantee or reliable indicator of future performance. Users acknowledge that any investment in FX and CFDs products is characterized by a certain degree of uncertainty and that any investment of this nature involves a high level of risk for which the users are solely responsible and liable. We assume no liability for any loss arising from any investment made based on the information provided in this communication. This communication must not be reproduced or further distributed without our prior written permission.

Macro Events & News for 06.28.2016

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FOREX News Today

S&P cut UK’s credit rating to AA from AAA, noting the Brexit vote was a “seminal event.” The outlook remained negative, which had been adopted in the spring. Both S&P and Moody’s warned of this potential on Friday. The rating agency downgraded its 2016 to 2019 average growth forecast to 1.1% average per year, from 2.1%. S&P also said the vote for “Remain” in Scotland and Northern Ireland creates wider constitutional issues. The BoE’s long-term issuer credit rating was also lowered to AA from AAA, with a negative outlook.

It seems stock markets are trying to take a breather after the recent carnage and most Asian markets are slightly higher, while U.S. and U.K. stock futures are also rebounding. Negative leads then for bond futures, which managed to rise to new record highs yesterday while yields continued to slide, with the 10-year Gilt yield below 1.0% and the Bund yield below -0.1%. Even the Geramn 5-year yield fell below the ECB’s deposit rate yesterday, which means it is no longer eligible for purchases under the QE program, putting pressure on Draghi to cut the deposit rate once again.

EU Parliament, and EU summit to discuss Brexit. Tomorrow, the U.K.’s intentions following the Brexit referendum may become a little clearer – or maybe not. The EU Parliament will meet tomorrow to discuss the referendum and an EU summit starts, that was slated a long time ago, moved to avoid a clash with the referendum and now will have the Brexit referendum as its main topic. Hopes that Cameron will already evoke Article 50 tomorrow at the start of the summit seem to be fading fast as the U.K. clearly is in no rush to start official proceedings. Cameron wants to leave the main task of negotiations to his successor, but won’t step down for another 4 months. Boris Johnson meanwhile still seems to be hoping for informal negotiations ahead of an official step that would start the U.K’s exit from the EU. Indeed, it often seems he doesn’t want the U.K. to leave, just to get better terms: i.e. access to the single market, free movement for U.K. citizens, but no payments to the pot, no acceptance of EU legislation (although that would only be phased out very slowly) and a point based immigration system. A squaring of the circle and a difficult task. For markets this means it is unlikely that much will be clearer after the summit, only that we will have to live with considerable uncertainty about the U.K.’s future relationship with the EU for quite some time.

USDJPY price action has been relatively muted through the session, following the huge 106.83 to 99.00 range seen in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit outcome. The pairing peaked at 102.48 in Tokyo overnight, though as European and U.S. equities turned lower, the yen turned higher on the risk-off condition. USDJPY later found support at 101.40, as sellers remained nervous of intervention. The BoJ was rumored to have sold yen last Friday when UDSJPY was below 100.00. Japan Finance Minister Aso didn’t confess to this but said that firm action on the yen will be taken if needed, although premature to discuss joint intervention. He said that Japan will respond to FX moves, if needed, “more than ever” and is watching with a “sense of urgency.” Kuroda has been reported to say earlier that central banks are ready to take steps to assist proper financial markets  functioning.

Dallas Fed’s manufacturing index improved 2.5 points to -18.3 in June after tumbling 6.9 points to -20.8 in May. This is an 18th consecutive negative print, which reflects contraction. Of course the oil-rich Dallas region has been hard hit by the collapse in “black gold” prices. U.S. Markit services PMI was steady at 51.3 in the June preliminary report, compared to May, reflecting positive but subdued growth. The index was 54.8 a year ago, and has generally been slipping since hitting 56.1 in August (it hit a recent low of 49.7 in February).

Main Macro Events Today

  • ECB Draghi’s speech: ECB president Draghi is expected to speak about the consequences from Britain’s decision to leave the EU and comment on potential measures the ECB is taking to counter uncertainty and potential recession in the Euro Area economies.
  • US Gross Domestic Product: In the third release of the US Q1 GDP is expected to be confirmed at 1% (annualized). Forecast risk: downward, given the huge inventory boost that is being unwound. Market risk: downward, as weakness may slow the path of additional Fed rate hikes.
  • US PCE Prices: Fed’s favourite inflation measure Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator is expected to come in unchanged at 0.3%.

Janne Muta

Chief Market Analyst

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About Janne Muta, HotForex’s Chief Market Analyst

jmutaJanne Muta is a seasoned industry professional with over 16 years experience in the global markets. Originally from Finland, Janne has worked for institutions in both Helsinki and London as an institutional fund manager, global market analyst and FX educator.

Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


“My mission is to help you to become a confident and successful trader”

Disclaimer: This material is provided as a general marketing communication for information purposes only and does not constitute an independent investment research. Nothing in this communication contains, or should be considered as containing, an investment advice or an investment recommendation or a solicitation for the purpose of buying or selling of any financial instrument. All information provided is gathered from reputable sources and any information containing an indication of past performance is not a guarantee or reliable indicator of future performance. Users acknowledge that any investment in FX and CFDs products is characterized by a certain degree of uncertainty and that any investment of this nature involves a high level of risk for which the users are solely responsible and liable. We assume no liability for any loss arising from any investment made based on the information provided in this communication. This communication must not be reproduced or further distributed without our prior written permission.

THE ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD for 06.27.2016

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Main Macro Events This Week

United States: The narrative turns to the fallout from Brexit in terms of the markets, central banks, and global politics into the second half of the year. The importance of the June jobs has also significantly diminished, though nonfarm payrolls are expected to bounce 195k, making the weakness in the prior two months look like anomalies. The U.S. calendar this week is mercifully tame after all the pandemonium on Friday, starting with the advanced trade report (Monday), the deficit expected to widen to -$59.8 bln for May vs -$57.5 bln year-ago. The highlight will be Q1 GDP (Tuesday), the third edition seen revised up to 1.2% from 0.8% previously. S&P/Case-Shiller home prices are also on tap, along with consumer confidence, seen rising to 93.5 in June  vs 92.6, and the Richmond Fed index. The MBA mortgage market indices (Wednesday) could show some sensitivity relative to the plunge in rates Friday. Personal income is expected to rise 0.3% in May vs 0.4%, while spending may be up 0.3% vs 1.0%; core PCE prices rising just 0.1%. Initial jobless claims should rebound 19k to 278k for the June 25 week (Thursday), after a similar plunge the week prior, while Chicago PMI is set to improve to 51.0 in June from 49.3. ISM may ease to 51.0 in June vs 51.3 in May as manufacturing remains sluggish (Friday), while May construction spending may rebound 0.7% from a -1.8% April deficit. Vehicle sales punctuate the week.

Fedspeak, Chair Yellen speaks on Wednesday from Portugal. Three other Fedspeakers are scheduled over the week, including centrist Fed governor Powell who speaks on Tuesday from Chicago. St. Louis Fed hawk-dove Bullard and Cleveland Fed hawk Mester speaks Friday from London.

Canada:  All of the domestic action takes place on Thursday, when April GDP and May IPPI will be released. Markets are closed Friday for the Canada Day holiday. We expect April GDP to rise 0.1% m/m following the 0.2% drop in March.  The widely anticipated plunge in May GDP looms over all the April reports. We see a 0.5% drop in May GDP, driven by the wildfire related shutdown in oil sands production. Real GDP is penciled in for a 1.0% drop in Q2, followed by a 4.0% gain in Q3. The IPPI is seen rising 0.3% m/m in May after the 0.5% drop in April. The RMPI is expected to jump 5.0% m/m in May as crude oil prices saw a strong gain, following the 0.7% increase in April. There is nothing from the Bank of Canada this week.

Europe: As markets start to come to terms with the immediate fallout of the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU, politicians and officials are trying to figure out a road-map for a divorce that will not only be costly for both sides, but also very difficult in practical terms. The longer the crisis drags on, the more likely further policy action from the ECB will be needed, especially as the Brexit vote also rekindled Eurozone break up fears and sparked a renewed sharp widening of spreads. What is clear is that forecasts for both growth and inflation will have to be rewritten now and that will mean data releases this week are already outdated. On the slate are preliminary June inflation reports from Germany, France and Spain, which are all expected to show a slight uptick in headline rates. The German HICP is

expected to rise to 0.2% y/y from 0.0% y/y in May. The French HICP rate is seen increasing to 0.3% y/y from 0.1% y/y and together these should lift the overall Eurozone rate to 0.0% y/y from -0.1% y/y and thus out of negative territory for the first time since January. Economic Confidence indicator will be outdated even before it is released; we are looking for an unchanged reading of 104.7.

UK: Four things to know: 1, the UK will remain a paid-up member of the EU for at least another couple of years; 2, there is a possibility that the UK will lose Scotland; 3, uncertainty will abound for the foreseeable; 4, the UK will more than likely lose its triple A credit rating.

Overall, this historical-watershed period will not good be for business and investment decision making.  We look for sterling to remain pressured, seeing potential for 1.2000 versus the dollar and at least another 10% decline in trade-weighted terms.  UK stocks are likely to be susceptible to periodic crashes in the weeks ahead, particularly those of the more domestically-focused businesses.

China: June PMIs headline at the end of the week. The Caixin/Markit index (Friday) is expected to dip to 49.0 after edging up to 49.2 in May from April’s 48.9. It’s been in contractionary over the past three months and will add to the worrisome tone if it falters deeper into negative territory. The official CFLP is seen slipping to 50.0 from 50.1 in April and May and has been on a decidedly slowing growth path since mid-2011. The non-manufacturing PMI report is also on tap.

Japan: May retail sales (Wednesday). The pace of contraction for large retailers is expected to slow to -0.5% y/y from -1.0%, while overall sales are seen worsening to -2.0% y/y from a revised -0.9% overall. May industrial production (Thursday) is seen rebounding 1.0% m/m from -3.3% previously, while May housing starts (Thursday) are penciled in with a 5.0% m/m increase after jumping 9.0% previously. May construction orders are also due (Thursday). The remainder of the calendar comes on Friday, beginning with CPI figures. June Tokyo overall CPI is seen steady at -0.5% y/y, and unchanged at -0.5% on a core basis. May national CPI is expected to tick down further to -0.4% y/y from -0.3% for both headline and core readings. May unemployment should be unchanged at 3.2%. The job offers/seekers ratio is penciled in at an unchanged 1.34. May personal income is expected to contract at a -0.5% y/y clip from the prior 1.0% gain, while May PCE is forecast to fall 2.0% y/y from -0.4% in April. The June Tankan report is predicted to slip to 5 from 6 for large manufacturers, and to 20 from 22 for large non-manufacturers. June consumer confidence is seen weakening to 40.5 from 40.9. June auto sales are also on deck.Data in line with our estimates would add to the general gloom and worries over growth, especially in the aftermath of Brexit.

Australia: The Reserve Bank of Australia schedule is empty of speakers or events. The next Bank event is the July 5th meeting, where we expect no change in the 1.75% setting for the cash rate. The RBA left its official cash rate unchanged at 1.75% in June, as had been widely anticipated. Recall that the central bank unexpectedly cut rates in May to 1.75% from 2.00% following an unanticipated drop in Q1 inflation. Economic data is in short supply this week, with just the May HIA new home price index (Wednesday) and May private sector credit (Thursday) on the docket.

Janne Muta

Chief Market Analyst

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About Janne Muta, HotForex’s Chief Market Analyst

jmutaJanne Muta is a seasoned industry professional with over 16 years experience in the global markets. Originally from Finland, Janne has worked for institutions in both Helsinki and London as an institutional fund manager, global market analyst and FX educator.

Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


“My mission is to help you to become a confident and successful trader”

Disclaimer: This material is provided as a general marketing communication for information purposes only and does not constitute an independent investment research. Nothing in this communication contains, or should be considered as containing, an investment advice or an investment recommendation or a solicitation for the purpose of buying or selling of any financial instrument. All information provided is gathered from reputable sources and any information containing an indication of past performance is not a guarantee or reliable indicator of future performance. Users acknowledge that any investment in FX and CFDs products is characterized by a certain degree of uncertainty and that any investment of this nature involves a high level of risk for which the users are solely responsible and liable. We assume no liability for any loss arising from any investment made based on the information provided in this communication. This communication must not be reproduced or further distributed without our prior written permission.

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.27.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.27.2016

Free Forex Signals

#UDSX          96.70—-95.40         Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Top
EUR/USD     1.1130—-1.0920     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GBP/USD     1.3640—-1.3230     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9800—-0.9650     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/JPY      103.20—-100.00     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7500—-0.7310    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.3100—-1.2970    Buy at the Buttom,            Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GOLD           1350.00—1310.00  Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 10 $,           Target at the Top
Silver             18.30—17.60         Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 0.15 $,       Target at the Top
Oil                  48.40—46.10        Sell at the Top,                   Stop Loss 0.5 $,         Target at the Buttom

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Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.24.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 06.24.2016

Free Forex Signals

#UDSX          93.55—-92.65        Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
EUR/USD     1.1480—-1.1350     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GBP/USD     1.5070—-1.4820     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9670—-0.9570     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/JPY      107.20—-105.80     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
AUD/USD     0.7680—-0.7570    Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CAD     1.2870—-1.2700    Buy at the Buttom,            Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GOLD           1270.00—1250.00  Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 5 $,           Target at the Top
Silver             17.45—17.05         Buy at the Buttom,             Stop Loss 0.15 $,       Target at the Top
Oil                  50.90—49.70         Sell at the Top,                   Stop Loss 0.5 $,         Target at the Buttom

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