For a change, the past week was relatively quiet. Not really quiet, but in comparison to previous weeks, action was moderate. Before the new week and a new month begin with an influx of data, the weekend is here, and it’s time to enjoy some long term forex stuff. Here are my picks. Enjoy!
In the past week, we saw the European debt crisis creep back. The trouble began only a few days after the dramatic EU summit. This is one long summer…
- Kathy Lien reminds us about the last time that the US missed a debt payment. That was back in 1979.
- John McDermott discusses alternatives to US debt and how the shifts would move currencies.
- Larry Greenberg takes us back in history towards a speech about the gold and the dollar, by Nixon. This is relevant today as well.
- Mike Shedlock reports that Brazil will impose a 1% tax on bets against the US dollar. Will other countries follow?
- Jeff Baskin, on Forex Magnates, discusses the relation between forex and sports.
- Mike Kulej shows how forex volume is moving to London.
- Francesc Riverola reports about new talk: “end of easy money days” in forex.
- James Woolley walks us through the usage of automated forex signals, pros and cons.
- Nathan Tucci explains multi-time frame analysis.
- 5 Reasons Why Ireland Should Follow Greece and Default – No reason for Ireland to fight its mountain of debt.
- Yen Intervention Coming Soon? – 5 answers to current forex themes – an interview with DailyFX’s David Rodriguez.
- Saxo Bank Acquires 25% of Leverate – A very interesting deal announced this week.