Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.19.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.19.2016

Free Forex Signals#UDSX          96.80—-96.40        Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 20 pips,     Target at the Top
EUR/USD     1.1110—-1.1020      Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Buttom
GBP/USD     1.3320—-1.3190     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9860—-0.9790   Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/JPY      106.50—-105.50     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7620—-0.7500    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.3000—-1.2900     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Top
GOLD            1345.00—1322.00    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 5 $,            Target at the Buttom
Silver             20.30—19.80            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 0.15 $,        Target at the Buttom
Oil                  46.75—45.45             Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.50 $,         Target at the Top

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Macro Events & News for 07.19.2016

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FOREX News Today

European Outlook: Asian stock markets are mixed, with Japan outperforming in catch up trade, after yesterday’s holiday. Other markets are left pondering the global outlook and with oil prices also slightly down and the front end WTI future hovering around 45 USD per barrel, markets remain cautious and U.S. and U.K. stock futures are heading south. The European calendar brings the first major post-Brexit survey in the form of German ZEW investor confidence, which we expect to fall back sharply. The U.K. has inflation data for June and the ECB publishes the bank lending survey.

RBA Meeting Minutes: There is a possibility of a further rate cut at the August meetingEmployment growth has “moderated” with further slack in the labour market.  Housing market very mixed and good growth in non-mining business. However, inflation remains a problem as expectations “remained below average”.  The AUDUSD slipped to 0. 7508 and currently trades at 0.7520.  

US Market Reports: Led by tech, U.S. equities caught a shallow bid before stalling out again, after the $32 bln ARM-Softbank merger caught Wall Street’s attention. The NASDAQ Comp is clearly pacing the move with a gain near 0.6%, followed by the S&P 500 at +0.2% and the Dow largely flat. European equities remained mixed with the Euro Stoxx 50 down 0.3% and the UK FTSE 100 0.4% higher. Within the Dow, Goldman +1.3%, Apple +1.2%, and Microsoft +0.9% were among leaders, while Caterpillar -1.2%, and Merck -0.9% among the deepest decliners. The VIX equity volatility index is essentially flat near 12.70, loitering in a tight 12.59-13.12 session range ahead of year-lows of 10.88. Risk of politics and activism colliding at the RNC convention may keep investors somewhat cautious for now.

US NAHB The homebuilder sentiment index fell 1 point to 59 in July after rising 2 points to 60 in June (which was a 5 month high). The July reading is slightly above the 58 average for 2016. Declines were across the board. The current single family sales index slipped 1 point too to 63, reversing the 1 point increase to 64 previously. The future sales index dropped back 3 points to 66 after surging 4 points to 69 last month (revised from 70). The index of prospective buyer traffic dipped 1 point to 45 following a 2 point rise to 46 (revised from 47). The data are in line with expectations and won’t have much impact on lethargic markets.

Main Macro Events Today        

  • German ZEW  Today’s German ZEW investor confidence reading will be the first major post-Brexit survey and we expect the U.K.’s referendum result, which wrong-footed markets, to drop sharply, with negative effects on confidence dampened only by hopes of ongoing or further stimulus measures by central banks. We are looking for a drop in the ZEW to 11 from 19.2 in June and the risk is to the downside, as a positive number still means that optimists outnumber pessimists. The referendum may not have proved to be the Lehman moment for financial markets many feared, but growth forecasts are being revised down across the board and sentiment will be hit by the uncertainty that is likely to characterise the future relationship between the U.K. and the EU for some years to come.
  •  US Housing Starts  June housing starts data is out today and should reveal a 0.5% headline increase to a 1,170k (median 1,168k) pace from 1,164k in May. Permits are seen at 1,155k from 1,136k in May and completions should be 1,010k in June from 1,020k in May. The NAHB was firm in June so there is some upside risk to the release.

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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Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.18.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.18.2016

Free Forex Signals#UDSX          96.90—-96.40        Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 30 pips,     Target at the Top
EUR/USD     1.1080—-1.1000    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Buttom
GBP/USD     1.3270—-1.3060    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9860—-0.9790    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/JPY      105.90—-104.70     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7660—-0.7540    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.3000—-1.2880     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GOLD            1346.00—1321.00    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 6 $,            Target at the Buttom
Silver             20.30—19.90            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 0.2 $,        Target at the Buttom
Oil                  47.30—46.30             Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.5 $,         Target at the Top

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The Economic Week Ahead for 07.17.2016

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Main Macro Events This Week

United States: Housing and manufacturing reports dominate the data calendar. June housing starts (Tuesday) are forecast rising 0.5% to a 1.170 mln pace, after dipping 0.3% to 1.164 mln in May. Risk is to the downside, though, after weak construction employment in the jobs report. The July NAHB homebuilder sentiment index (Monday) is expected to dip back to 59, after jumping 2 points to 60 in June.  June existing home sales (Thursday) are seen rising 0.4% to a 5.550 mln rate, which would be a fourth consecutive monthly gain. The May FHFA home price index (Thursday) is also expected to improve, and has risen every month since January 2012. The Philly Fed’s manufacturing index (Thursday) is projected inching up to 5.0 in July after bouncing 6.5 points to 4.7 in June, from -1.8 in May. The flash July Markit manufacturing index (Friday) is also on the docket. Initial jobless claims for the week ended July 16 will be important since it coincides with the BLS survey week. May Treasury capital flow (TIC report) numbers are also due (Monday).

The Republican National Convention kicks off Monday in Cleveland, Ohio. Over the weekend Donald Trump announced Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, as his running mate. Ironically, there are divisions between their views on the war in Iraq, trade, and gay rights, while their campaign styles are diametrically opposite too.

Canada:  The calendar features CPI and retail sales this week. June CPI is expected to expand 0.2% m/m in June following the 0.4% increase in May as higher gasoline prices provide another boost. We see a 0.1% m/m gain for May retail sales values following the 0.9% gain in April. Retail sales excluding the autos aggregate are expected to nudge 0.3% higher in values terms during May after the 1.3% bounce in April. Wholesale shipment values are seen falling 0.5% m/m in May after the 0.5% drop in April, with a larger decline seen in values terms during May. There is nothing from the BoC this week.

Europe: While attention will turn to the events in Turkey over the weekend, along with continuing thoughts on Nice and Brexit, the focus will shift to the first round of major survey indicators since the Brexit referendum and of course the ECB, which meets Thursday. Expectations are for the bank to remain on hold for now, following the BoE’s example. Draghi has in fact been surprisingly quiet since the Brexit referendum and the next important date on the calendar is the September set of updated forecasts and staff projections. They are likely to bring downward revision to growth projections and we expect the ECB to make some changes to its monetary policy then, although it is unlikely to be more than some tweaking.

The first round of major post-Brexit survey indicators are out this week:  German ZEW investor confidence and Eurozone PMI readings. The ZEW number especially (Tuesday) will be heavily impacted by the Brexit outcome. PMIs on Friday are also expected to feel the sting and we are looking for a decline in the manufacturing PMI to 52.2 from 52.8 and a drop in the services reading to 52.3 from 53.1. Preliminary consumer confidence reading (Wednesday) and The ECB also releases the latest bank lending survey on Tuesday, although, this will be backward looking.

UK: Anecdotal signs of economic slowing abound, from property market transactions, to advertised job vacancies, to delayed business investment decisions, although consumer spending seems to be holding up. This week brings, for the first time in the case of the UK, preliminary readings of July PMI data from Markit (Friday), which will give a post-Brexit vote snapshot. The Bloomberg survey’s median forecast is for a dive in the composite PMI reading to 48.5 from 52.4 in June, which would be the weakest reading since the 2008 financial crisis and would affirm the Brexit-caused slowdown. The final July PMI numbers will be released in the first week of August. Other data included June inflation data (Tuesday), labour data covering May and June (Wednesday) and official June retail sales figures (Thursday).

China: No data releases this week.

Japan: The main calendar entry after Monday’s Marine Day holiday comes on Thursday with the May all-industry index, expected to fall 1.0% m/m versus the prior 1.3% increase. Construction spending (Tuesday), the Reuters Tankan (Thursday), and the flash Markit PMI (Friday) are also due.

Australia: The Reserve Bank of Australia will release the minutes to the July meeting (Tuesday). The RBA left its official cash rate unchanged at 1.75% earlier this month, as had been widely anticipated. The central bank unexpectedly cut rates in May to 1.75% from 2.00% following an unexpected drop (q/q) in Q1 inflation.

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.


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GBPAUD Hits Target & Cable Short Triggered

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GBPAUD, Daily             

On Tuesday (July 12) during our webinar, we discussed the GBPAUD, we were looking for a close on the day above the 1.7250 area for a LONG trade. The pair appeared to have found a floor at 1.7110 following seven of the previous eight daily sessions had closed lower.  This pair was oversold with a solid floor.  We entered at the close on Tuesday at 1.7360 with a target set at 50% of the eight day down trend at 1.7610.  This target was hit over night for a gain on the trade of 250 pips net.

At the beginning of the month (July 1st) we posted that we expected the Cable pair to head for “1.3000 and then down to 1.2500 and possibly as low as 1.2000 over the next few months but that the 1.3450 – 13650 level would probably have to be reached first.  Cable was trading around 1.3300. A few days later the pair sank below the 1.3000 handle as economic and political uncertainty persisted in the UK. A rally in the pair has been sparked by the quicker than expected appointment of a new UK prime minister (Theresa May) and her swift actions in creating her own new government.

The rally yesterday in GBPUSD pair generated a move into our sell area between 1.3450– 1.3650 and we are now SHORT from 1.3450. Today cable has rebounded above 1.3400 after dipping to 1.3349 during the early London session. The pound has bounced in a like manner against the euro and yen, among other currencies. A degree of uncertainty about the expected BoE loosening next month seems to be to be cause of the pound’s bid, with the central bank wrong-footing markets yesterday and causing some revisions for the repo rate to be as low as zero by August. During the Asian session, which is an illiquid time for the sterling market, Cable clocked a 16-day high at 1.3480. The pound remains 10.8% below the high seen just before the Brexit vote. This net loss reflects both uncertainty  which itself disrupting economic activity, and the risk that Brexit will UK end up with, as the BoE put it yesterday in the minutes to its MPC meeting, a “persistent shift” in the UK’s terms of trade.

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 07.15.2016

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FOREX News Today

European Outlook: Asian stock markets are mostly slightly higher, with Hong Kong stocks reversing declines after Chinese data which showed better than expected new loan growth in the second quarter and a slightly better overall growth number. U.S. and U.K. stock futures are lower, however, and Bund and Gilt futures will have a chance to claw back some of yesterday’s losses. The BoE’s decision to leave rates steady for now may have been somewhat of a disappointment, but the MPC all but announced further easing for August, so there is room for a correction in yields. The European calendar has the final reading of Eurozone HICP inflation for June, which is expected to be confirmed at 0.1% y/y. The headline rate is finally out of negative territory again, but still far below the ECB’s target and still leaving the central bank sufficient room to act again if necessary.

Strong Chinese Data: China’s GDP grew 6.7% y/y in Q2, slightly better than expected, matching the 6.7% pace in Q1. Separately, retail sales grew at a 10.6% y/y pace in June from the 10.0% clip in May. Industrial production improved to a 6.2% y/y pace in June from 6.0%. Overall, China’s growth rate stabilized in Q2, contrary to fears the economy would see a pronounced slowdown.  All three key data points were ahead of expectations and has dampened expectations that further stimulus will be required. The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.1%, USDJPY spiked over 106, and AUDUSD moved up to 0.7675 before declining to 0.7630.

US Data Reports: All beat estimates with a firm round of June PPI gains and another tight initial claims reading through the July 4th holiday, hence confirming both the resilience in U.S. inflation and the tight labor market conditions signaled by the last round of payroll data with a likely July boost from this year’s diminished auto retooling effect. For PPI, we saw a 0.5% June headline rise with a 0.8% surge on the old SA basis, with a firm 0.4% core price rise. For claims, we expect a 6k drop in next week’s July BLS survey week reading back to the 248k cycle-low, following two consecutive tight readings of 254k that leave a lean 254k average thus far on the month.

Fedspeak: Esther George (Kansas City) current level of rates is too low and faster wage growth suggests the labor market is returning to normal, said the hawkish voter. That said, she will be looking at the impact of Brexit, which will be around for a while, along with the flight to quality when assessing any impact on the U.S. economy, seen likely to be modest. This should not come as a surprise, given her past dissents against accommodative policy. Atlanta Fed’s Dennis Lockhart endorsed a “cautious and patient” approach as appropriate given the uncertainty around Brexit and low inflation. Though “not a Lehman moment,” Brexit could weigh on business investment and create an income headwind for years to come, though he sees little immediate impact on the U.S. Lockhart still forecasts 2% U.S. growth and “very brisk” consumer spending. He sees the Fed meeting its policy objectives on inflation and employment in 2017, while already near full employment. Overall this is in line with his centrist reputation, as caution is balanced by optimism. No rush to hike, then, but perhaps he would be on board by year-end.

 

Main Macro Events Today        

  • US Retail Sales – June retail sales data is out on Friday and is expected to show that retail sales remained unchanged (median 0.1%) on the month while sales ex-autos rose 0.3% (median 0.4%). Figures for May had headline retail sales up 0.5% with ex-autos up 0.4%. There is downside risk to the release from weaker vehicle sales for the month and continued sluggish growth in chain store sales.
  • US CPI – June CPI is out today and we expect to see a 0.3% headline (median 0.3%) with the core up 0.2% (median 0.2%). This follows May figures that had the headline up 0.2% and the core up 0.2% as well. The June PPI was up 0.5% on the month while export prices rose by 0.8% and import prices by 0.2%.
  • BOE Carney Speech – Speaking in Toronto about climate change and the financial markets.

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 07.15.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.15.2016

Free Forex Signals#UDSX          96.35—-95.55       Buy at the Buttom,            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips
EUR/USD     1.1200—-1.1080    Buy at the Buttom,            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips
GBP/USD     1.3500—-1.3200     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,            Target at the Buttom
USD/CHF     0.9850—-0.9720     Buy at the Buttom,            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips
USD/JPY      105.90—-104.30     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,            Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7665—-0.7565    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,            Target at the Buttom
USD/CAD     1.2960—-1.2790    Buy at the Buttom,            Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips
GOLD           1346.00—1332.00   Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 6 $,                   Target at the Top
Silver             20.50—20.00           Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.20 $,             Target at the Top
Oil                  47.40—45.50          Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.50 $,             Target at the Top

 

 

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Macro Events & News for 07.14.2016

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FOREX News Today

European Outlook: Asian stock markets are mixed, with Japanese bourses continuing to benefit from stimulus hopes, while mainland China saw profit taking amid concerns that the market is overbought. Hang Seng and ASX 200 posted modest gains and U.S. and European stock futures are also moving higher. Oil prices are higher on the day, but the front end WTI future is holding below USD 46 per barrel. The focus in Europe will be on the BoE today, which is expected to cut rates by 25 bp today along with dovish guidance, as the bank is eying the fallout from the Brexit vote. The U.K. RICS house price balance, dropped to 10 from 19 highlighting that house prices will be one are that will feel the sting. The European calendar is pretty empty otherwise.

US Data Reports: Fed Beige Book reiterated the economy grew at a “modest” pace over the last six weeks (ending July 1), in line with expectations. The report, prepared by the St Louis Fed, had a slightly more upbeat tone versus recent Beige Books and was generally positive across broad areas of the economy. Consumer spending was generally positive, as was reported in June. However, there are some signs of softening. Labor market conditions remained stable, with employment growth modestly while wage pressures remained modest to moderate. Manufacturing was mixed but generally improved. Real estate continued to strengthen. The natural resources and energy sectors continued weak, however, damping the overall outlook. Price pressures remained slight. Though a tad more optimistic than recent reports, it won’t bring the FOMC off the sidelines at the July 26, 27 policy meeting.

Fedspeak: Kaplan is optimistic on the economy, expecting growth of about 2% after the disappointing 1.1% pace from Q1. Consumer spending should be solid this year, he added. Much of the recent erosion in the labor market he attributes to demographics, with part of it cyclical too. The participation rate is likely to decline further to below 61%, which creates headwinds for GDP, and suggested the only way to bounce back is through immigration. He looks for demand and supply in the oil market to get back into balance in Q1 2017, with prices continuing to firm. He added that the FOMC is very sensitive to the strength of the dollar. Kaplan becomes an FOMC next year.

Main Macro Events Today        

  • BOE Rate Announcement Our view matches the strong consensus view for the Old Lady to cut the repo rate by 25bp, which would take it to a record low of 0.25%. This would be the first change in the repo rate since March 2009 and would more than likely be accompanied by dovish guidance, leaving the door open to further cuts and to a restart of the QE programme. The BoE will continue to make cash available for liquidity injections into the banking system.
  •  US Initial Jobless Claims Initial claims data for the week of July 9 is out today and should reveal a headline increase to 265k (median 265k) after a big dip to 254k in the week of July 2nd. Overall, we expect claims to average 262k in July from 265k in June with nonfarm payrolls adding 180k in July after a 287k bounce in June.
  • U.S. PPI June PPI is also out today and should reveal a 0.3% (median 0.3%) headline increase with the core up 0.1% (median 0.1%) for the month. This follows stronger figures in May which had the headline up 0.4% with the core up 0.3%. June trade price data has already been released and had import prices up 0.2% for the month with export prices up 0.8%.

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 07.14.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.14.2016

Free Forex Signals#UDSX          96.50—-96.00        Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
EUR/USD     1.1140—-1.1060     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GBP/USD     1.3220—-1.3090     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CHF     0.9880—-0.9800     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
USD/JPY      104.80—-103.80     Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
AUD/USD     0.7640—-0.7580    Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CAD     1.3050—-1.2910    Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GOLD           1351.00—1331.00   Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 6 $,             Target at the Buttom
Silver             20.60—20.00          Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 0.25 $,         Target at the Buttom
Oil                  46.30—44.50          Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 0.5 $,            Target at the Top

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Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.13.2016

Free Forex Trading Signals For 07.13.2016

Free Forex Signals#UDSX          96.70—-96.10        Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 30 pips,    Target at the Buttom
EUR/USD     1.1110—-1.1040      Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
GBP/USD     1.3385—-1.3180     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CHF     0.9920—-0.9820    Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/JPY      105.50—-104.10     Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
AUD/USD     0.7690—-0.7560    Buy at the Buttom,           Stop Loss 40 pips,     Target at the Top
USD/CAD     1.3105—-1.2955      Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 40 pips,    Target at the Buttom
GOLD            1341.00—1323.00   Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 10 $,             Target at the Buttom
Silver             20.45—19.85           Sell at the Top,                  Stop Loss 0.30 $,          Target at the Buttom
Oil                  47.60—46.00            Buy at the Buttom,              Stop Loss 0.5 $,       Target at the Top

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