A weekly roundup of interesting forex related articles and blog posts. Some more long term reading material for the forex trader.
The past week was very exciting, with the Greek approval of austerity measures drawing a lot of attention. The markets are now closed, and it is time to sit back and read some long term forex related articles. For those of you in the US, it is a long weekend. So, here are my picks. Enjoy!
The month of June ended, and so did the second quarter of the year and the second quantitative easing program, QE2. No QE3 is planned for now. Will this have a long term and positive effect on the US dollar?
- Kathy Lien explains the meaning of the end of QE2 for the dollar in the long run, in a TV interview.
- Larry Greenberg summarizes June and the second quarter and analyzes it.
- Lior Cohen discusses gold and silver prices, now that QE2 is ending.
- Adam Kritzer sees the tide turning for the Aussie in the next few months.
- Casey Stubbs explains his forex strategies in an excellent video.
- James Woolley discusses 3 ways to use the Average True Range (ATR) indicator.
- Francesc Riverola shares a story of a peculiar and funny forex fraud scheme in Canada.
- Michael Greenberg reports that Saxo Bank adds stock and commodity indices to its offering.
Here are some long term articles published on Forex Crunch this week:
- 5 Most Predictable Currency Pairs – An updated version for Q3.
- Debt Ceiling: Afghanistan and Iraq Could Provide Solutions – This theme will accompany us as the August 2nd deadline is getting closer.
The weekly outlooks for the major events and for the specific pairs will be published during the weekend. In the meantime, check out the live forex calendar.Get the 5 most predictable currency pairs