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Kathy Lien
FOMC: Should USD Bulls Worry?
By Kathy Lien - Jan 27, 2015 5

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Should USD Bulls be Worried About FOMC? NZD: What to Expect from RBNZ CAD: Backs Off 1.25 AUD: Beware of CPI EUR Supported by ...

Kathy Lien
USD: Still The Best Bet
By Kathy Lien - Jan 29, 2015 1

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Buying Dollars is Still the Best Bet in Global Currency War The Only Reason EURO Recovered AUD Hit Hard by Rate Cut ...

Kathy Lien
Big Moves On Short-But-Sweet FOMC
By Kathy Lien - Jan 28, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Big Moves After a Short, Sweet FOMC Statement New Zealand Dollar Crashes after RBNZ USD/CAD Hits Fresh 5-Year High on Lower Oil...

Kathy Lien
Keep Selling Euros
By Kathy Lien - Jan 26, 2015 2

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Keep Selling Euros Dollar: Why We Aren’t Worried About the Fed NZD Extends Losses But Is Decline Justified? CAD: Hits ...

James Picerno
S&P 500 Plunge? Not (Always) Terrible
By James Picerno - Jan 28, 2015

The stock market crashed; it collapsed; it tanked. Or as MarketWatch.com described yesterday’s 1.34% decline: “S&P 500 plunges from major resistance.” Oh, my… that sounds ...

Chris Kimble
Gold's Most Important Test In Years
By Chris Kimble - Jan 28, 2015

Gold is testing the underside of a 10-year support line, now seen as resistance. At current price levels, that line is also being joined by another resistance line. The "X" marks the spot that ...

Gregory W. Harmon
The Rise And Fall Of The Euro
By Gregory W. Harmon - Jan 30, 2015

The euro had a long transition in to being. Starting as a concept in 1995 and then an accounting currency in 1999, it made it to the big time as a hard currency, replacing all the currencies of ...

Charles Sizemore
Are Energy Stocks Finally A Buy?
By Charles Sizemore - Jan 30, 2015

Is this the time to buy a basket of energy stocks? Yes. Though I should start by stating the obvious: We are awash in oil, and this market looks to be oversupplied for quite some time. On Thursday, ...

Scott Krisiloff
Quantifying The U.S. Oil ‘Stimulus’
By Scott Krisiloff - Jan 28, 2015 1

Last week on SunTrust's (NYSE:STI) conference call, the bank’s CEO noted that the decline in oil prices should give the US consumer an income benefit roughly equivalent to the size of a tax ...

Silver: Possibility Of A Downside Move
By ICN.com  - Jan 29, 2015

Silver prices dropped below 17.93 which extended the bearish correction, and we think the extension is valid as long as the price stabilized below 18.21. MACD is showing negative signals and RSI is ...

Crude Oil: Another Bearish Pattern Formed
By Avatrade - Jan 28, 2015

Crude oil has formed another bearish pattern on a 60 minute time frame. The price has formed a descending triangle and they usually break towards the downside and if we do the price projection of this...

Cris Sheridan
Is Major Bear Market In Stocks Ahead?
By Cris Sheridan - Jan 29, 2015

In the past I have argued that signs of an impending bear market were not present based on leading economic data, lack of financial stress, and corporate profit levels. Recently, however, financial ...

Alexandros Yfantis
Gold Targeting $1,330
By Alexandros Yfantis - Jan 28, 2015

Gold price is making a short-term pull back from $1,308 towards $1,270. This pull back is part of the upward movement that started at $1,168 and I believe is not over yet. Gold price is above the ...