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This is your binary options and forex video news update for April 18th through the 22nd, 2016.

I’m actually here in beautiful Boquete, Panama with Trader Ed who’s manning the camera right now. Thank God we’re not in the Panama Papers…we’ve done alright making our Small Money into Bigger Money in the trading game. Doing it well, but keeping it legit is what it’s all about.

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Myself and Trader Ed are here in Panama doing some missionary work while having a great time bringing eternal hope to needy souls.

Last week revealed that the USD is feeling the effects of a jittery market that isn’t taking the Fed bait of a strengthening U.S. economy. Fed head Yellen is even having a tough time taking a bite out of her own rhetoric much less swallowing it. Simply put…being on the right side of market trends is all about merging fundamental causes with technical price action by being in the know.

Here we go:

Big market movers for the week include:

-Speaking engagements from the Aussie’s Governor Stevens and about an hour and a half later from the Loonie’s Governor Poloz

-With an all important ECB press conference on Thursday, the markets will be popping as President Draghi and his cronies look to have their Q.E. decisions reaffirmed by the courts. The ECB’s “whatever it’s going to take” attitude might be biting them where it hurts if serious limitations to Germany’s role are curtailed by the courts. Coupled with the threat of Brexit, by the U.K., from Euro zone markets, the Euro may be ripe for a pounding (pun intended) against its major currency counterparts.

-A play maybe in store for the Loonie/USD pairing as CPI data will reveal if the Loonie has any hard ground to gain its footing or if the oil slick in the markets hasn’t quite dried up enough for traction.

Check out our Small Money Made Big events calendar for all the major releases for the week

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Is Fed Chair Yellen injecting venom into the markets?

As we predicted, Fed Chair Yellen took an optimistic stance this last week on the US and global economic outlook.

This is your binary options and forex video news update for April 11 through the 15th, 2016.

Of course she was needing to offset her previous week’s cautiously toned speech and the dovish minutes from the Fed meeting.

The markets saw through it and along with the rebound in oil, due to the drop in U.S. production numbers, had the USD reeling against its major currency counterparts.

Will the trend continue to draw blood from the USD?

The oil rally will be a key component for the week. As usual, everything bounces off the USD and here’s a few of the key releases to look out for this week:

  • The Loonie will have its rate statement on Wednesday and with the bounce in oil, the BOC may be looking to turn the corner and gain momentum.
  • The Sterling will have its rate statement and monetary policy summary on Thursday. The conservative stance from the committee will have the doves soaring above the BOE. Expect good action on the cable upon the releases, but it appears that a weak tone may set a weak game for the Sterling to finish out the session.
  • For the USD, be ready to jump in on the action as things steady from releases for Retail Sales, PPI and CPI numbers, Unemployment Claims data that will be scattered throughout the week. Consumer sentiment at the end of the week will also give clues on who’s biting on the outlook for the USD and who’s already feeling the bite from the realities of underlying economic sluggishness.

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This is your binary options and forex video news update for April 4th through the 8th, 2016.

With Fed Chair Yellen continuing to show her dominant dove face for future rate hikes the USD is feeling the pinch on the currency market forefront.

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The rosy outlook on employment numbers for the labor market has veiled the more realistic picture of an anemic U.S. economy. With all of Yellen’s efforts to acquiesce the market bulls, clamoring for a rate hike, being “under the gun” is not enough duress to distort the rough ride that lies ahead for the U.S. economy. But then again…with a global economy that finds itself in a tailspin, where else are investors gonna turn to?

This is the perplexing conundrum that traders face for the future, but for this week you should see predictable volatility that will make the forex and binary options trading world a wonderful place to be.

Here’s a few of the major releases to look out for, to tap profit for the week:

  • Anticipate good action on your Aussie/USD pairings as we have data for the Aussie on Retail Sales and the RBA Rate Statement. Although manipulated, the “better than expected” numbers coming from China this last week should continue to provide a bump to the Aussie. Especially, if stronger than expected retail data paints a “prettier picture” for the land down under’s economy. Couple this with Govenor Stevens and the RBA keeping rates copacetic, this will look to inject fuel to the Aussie for the week.
  • On Thursday, there will be speaking engagements first from ECB President Draghi and then from Fed Chair Yellen. Now that Fed Chair Yellen has sufficiently shown her dovish face this last week, expect a hint of hopeful hawkish rhetoric to even-out the tone on the U.S. economy and the overall global outlook. All the while, we can anticipate that President Draghi will be singing the praises of Q.E. for taking a positive hold on a united euro zone. All this may lend itself to the Euro flirting with 1.15 (and beyond) against the USD as Draghi rolls out his sentiments. Don’t be surprised with a snap back on the Euro as Yellen tries to sell a more determined approach towards an improved U.S. economy in her speech.
  • The final releases for the week involve employment numbers for the Loonie. Be prepared for a potential break out for the USD/Loonie pairing. The markets will have a difficult time this week masking the realities of a continued oversupply on oil. Time maybe ripe for weak employment numbers that may couple themselves with the glutton of oil. This in turn, has the propensity to bode weak…very weak for the Loonie.

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