The euro basically is not moving at all today. The euro did trade slightly higher by fewer than 30 pips currently. The range for today has been contained within a 40-pip range. The traders are waiting for the outcome from the U.S. FOMC meeting, followed by the British rate decision on Thursday, and the exciting… Continue reading The Euro: Quiet Before the Storm?
The euro managed to have small rebound after the big fall last Thursday, which continued until the close last Friday, because of the ECB’s dovish stance on bond purchases and interest rate hikes. The rebound is not significant. It’s been contained within a 40-pip range since the opening on Monday. On the daily bar chart,… Continue reading The Euro: A Small Rebound for Now and Traders Are Nervous
I have a bad feeling. Amex SPG card wll be the next one on the chopping block.
2 trades have been triggered since the last update. 1 loss and 1 profit trades. The total realized profit is $333. Last week, we ended at $2139 in profit minus interests and fees. After the profits this week, that brings our total net profit to $2472 minus interests and fees. The strategy can be found here.… Continue reading New MT4 EA Experiment – Buy Bullish: Set up, Rules, and Results Week 13
The euro continued to fall on Friday after the ECB’s dovish comment on Thursday, and traders were convinced that interest rates in the U.S. would rise faster than in Europe. Traders were taken by surprise by the degree how dovish the ECB was in terms of the monetary policies. The ECB President delivered the message… Continue reading The Euro’s Slide Continued as the Disappointment in ECB Mounted
The trading range has been very narrow, fewer than 100 pips, since the beginning of the week. The expectation is that traders are waiting for the ECB comment regarding its QE stance. Today, the euro was pretty much lifeless. However, about an hour ago, 3 PM Eastern, the euro moved up close to 1.18, which… Continue reading The Euro Is Still Holding above 1.17
3 of them do give you the differences back, and they are not the big 3. Southwest, Alaska, and JetBlue have the most favorable policies for the consumers. If the fare drops after you buy the ticket, these 3 carriers will give you the differences back. The big 3? Delta, United, and American? No. With… Continue reading Do Airlines Give You the Differences Back After You Buy the Ticket?
It’s been 3 months since I started this MT4 EA. We are currently showing a profit of $2,139 minus interests and fees. This gives us an average profit of $713 per month. The strategy can be found here. The latest result can be found here.
0 trade has been triggered since the last update. The total realized profit is $0. Last week, we ended at $2139 in profit minus interests and fees. After the profits this week, that brings our total net profit to $2139 minus interests and fees. The strategy can be found here. The previous week’s result can be… Continue reading New MT4 EA Experiment – Buy Bullish: Set up, Rules, and Results Week 12
United Airlines dropped more than 10 percent on Thursday and the slump continued today. Analysts asked the CEO how United was going to boost the company’s revenue by adding more flights and slashing prices to compete with the budget carriers. The CEO did not handle it well. He asked for more patience. He said United… Continue reading United Had Dug Ourselves in a Hole