Posted Sep 18, 18:53

FX Shrugs, Indices Shaken

FX Shrugs, Indices Shaken Chart
Sep 18: 

Risk aversion syrokes again. Whether it's the surge in Covid19 cases in the US, France, or lockdowns in part of the UK-- or it's the US decision to block China's WeChat and TikTok, selloff in indices is rife, especially as quadruple witching hour triggers the VIX back off its 55-DMA. Premium members who are part of the WhatsApp Broadcast group had a series of trades this week on NASDAQ, DAX, DOW, GBPUSD and EURGBP.وتفضلوا ببعض مستدجدت نصائح. اشرف العايدي لاعضاء مجموعة الواتساب في الصورة ادانه بالعربي تحت الصورة بالإنجليزي 

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PREMIUM INSIGHTS Update: Sep 14, 14:45
Fed's 2023 Special, BoE Thinks Negative Sep 17, 2020 14:04: 

The Fed didn't tell us much we didn't already know about the near-term but Powell laid out a 2023 vision that paints a powerful picture. Sterling was slammed across the board after the Bank of England announced it is exploring the mechanics of implementing negative interest rates. Below are some of the message Ashraf sent to the WhatsApp Broadcast Group ahead of and during Powell's press conference. The paramaters from Sep 4th DOW30 trade held on and so did the FX trades. 


Trading in & out of the Fed Sep 16, 2020 16:52: 

The release of the 2023 FOMC dot plots will send an important signal to markets on Wednesday with the key parts of policy assured to remain unchanged. A similar story in Wednesday to Tuesday as sterling remains the top performer, while the euro lags. US retail sales rise by less than expected and lower than the revised figures.  Below is today's Premium video with suggested positioning ahead of the Fed decision/press conference. 
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Trading in & out of the Fed - Video Snapshot Sep 16 2020 (Chart 1)


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