Currency Analysis of February 1, 2012

EUR / USD

An analysis of our charts for the session today, we can see that we can consider the opening of new long position if the price breaks upward the share of 1.3210, setting a first target 1.3220 and as the share of the second objective share of 1.3240. If the price of this share exchange ratio should come to break the downward the value of 1.3010, then we could consider opening a new short position with the first goal at a height of 1.3000 and 1.2980 share for the second goal.
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Analysis of the Currency January 23, 2012

EUR / USD

For the session earlier this week we might consider opening a new location in the event that the purchase price of this share exchange ratio should break the rising share of 1.2950, ​​setting the first goal at a height of 1.2970 and the second goal to achieve the proportion of 1.2900. If, otherwise, the price should break to the downside, the share of 1.2870, then we could open a short position by fixing the first goal at a height of 1.2960 and 1.2850 share for the second goal.

EUR / GBP

Today for our graphs we see that we could open a new long position if the value of the exchange ratio should break the rising share of 0.8330, with the first goal at a height of 0.8350 and 0.8370 share for the second goal. If the exchange ratio would continue to decline up to break down the proportion of 0.8290, we could open a short position by fixing the first goal at a height of 0.8270 and 0.8250 share of the second objective.
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Analysis of the Currency January 9, 2012

EUR / USD

For the day today we might consider opening a new long position if the price of this exchange ratio, which began the week up, should break the rising share of 1.2750, setting the first goal at a height of 1.2770 and second goal at an altitude of 1.2790. If the price were to break down the price of 1.2680, then we could open a new sales position with the first goal at a height of 1.2660 and 1.2640 share for the second goal.
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Analysis of the Currency December 20, 2012

EUR / USD

The euro continues to dance against the U.S. dollar for the day today we might consider opening a new long position, or in the purchase if the price should break the rising share of 1.3035, setting the first goal at a height of 1.3050 and the second target at an altitude of 1.3070. If the price of this share exchange ratio should break to the downside, the share of 1.2985, then we could open a new short position at an altitude of 1,270 with the first goal and second goal at a height of 1.2960.
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Analysis of the Currency December 12, 2011

EUR / USD

The first day after the EU summit saw a decline of our currency, this meeting as we might think of opening a new long position if the price of the exchange ratio should break the 1.3370 upside, with the first goal at a height of 1.3390 and the second aim at an altitude of 1.3400. Should the price downward rather than the share of 1.3315, then we could open a short position with the first goal at a height of 1.3305 and 1.3300 second goal.

EUR / GBP

For today’s session we might consider opening a location where the purchase value of the exchange ratio of 0.8540 should break upward, setting as its first objective the achievement of quota and 0.8560 as the second objective, the share of 0.8580. If the price of this share exchange ratio would fall below the value of 0.8520, then we could open a short position by setting a first target 0.8510 and 0.8500 as the second goal.
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Forecast for the week Dec 12-16 on the foreign exchange market

Friends, hello all. I’m not going back to the old system of forecasting the market for a week on major currency pairs + runs, but only briefly tell about what I see now on the market. Thus, despite the fact that the situation has changed, and on Friday we saw the rise, I’m still on next week, mainly going to watch shorts. There are several reasons:
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Currency Analysis of December 6, 2012

EUR / USD

For the trading session of this new week, we might consider opening a new location in the event that the purchase price of this share exchange ratio should break the rising share of 1.3470, setting the first goal at a height of 1.3490 and second goal at an altitude of 1.3510. Should the price break to the downside, the share of 1.3350, we could open a short position by fixing the first goal at a height of 1.3330 and 1.3310 share for the second goal.

EUR / GBP

For the session today about this cross currency, we could open a new location if the purchase price should break the rising share of 0.8595, by fixing the first lens portion and the second lens 0.8610 0.8620 share. If the price were to break downward the value of 0.8540, we could then open a position for sale by setting the first goal at a height of 0.8520 and 0.8500 share of the second objective.
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Manage your foreign exchange risk

Each company involved in import or export of goods or services must fully understand the foreign exchange risk in order to ensure that it is effectively managed. In other words, the words exchange rate risk refers to the possibility that a fluctuation in the exchange rate will result in a gain or a loss for society.

As we all know, currencies are in a constant state of flux and their value can change dramatically in a short period of time, so it is a very real risk. This type of risk is known as an exhibit to the transaction. The translation exposure relates to assets or liabilities in foreign currency.
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Currency Analysis of September 8, 2011

EUR / USD

For today’s session of this currency pair, after seeing a move sideways, we could open a new long position if the value of the relationship should break the rising share of 1.4110, setting the first goal at a height of 1.4120 and the second goal 1.4130 share. If the price of the exchange ratio would rather break the downward the share of 1.3990, we could then open a new short position by fixing the first goal at a height of 1.3970 and 1.3960 share for the second goal.

EUR / GBP

For today’s session of this exchange ratio could open a long position if the value of the exchange rate should break the rising share of 0.8850, setting the first goal at a height of 0.8870 and 0.8890 share for the second goal. If the exchange rate should break downward the value of 0.8770, we could open a short position by fixing the first goal at a height of 0.8750 and 0.8740 share of the second objective.
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Forex history and development

Both history and origins of the forex are to sketch with a short story very well. Chicago, 1967, the University Professor Milton Friedman walked one day to his bank to take out a loan in pound sterling. This professor made ​​the resourceful but not without ulterior motives. Mr. Friedman was in fact some time ago recognized that the conditions of global currencies constantly to each other change and therefore delayed the exchange rates permanently and had thought of beating a small profit from this fact. His plan was to be loans in pounds sterling after he had received to sell it, and wait until the value of the pound sterling would diminish considerably, in order to re-acquire him then.

In this context, he would reap a tremendous rate case, a significant profit through which he would on the one hand, the loan to the bank can pay back and on the other hand, still won some of the money would remain. An attempt to trade currencies. Unfortunately, he made ​​his However, a spanner in the bank account. At this point in 1967 was namely a ban on currency trading, the Bretton Woods agreement , which was adopted in 1944. Its aim of preventing a possible currency trading, so that the currency would not be weakened by false speculation. At that time, shortly after the Second World War, was still the gold as the top anchor point and all currencies are measured against this.
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