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Fawad Razaqzada

Technical Analyst,


  • Founder of TradingCandles.com
  • Best Sell-Side Analysis at FX Street
  • Experienced Market Analyst, Trader, & Trading Educator

About Fawad

Fawad Razaqzada provides retail and professional traders succinct fundamental and technical analysis on his own website at TradingCandles.com. He is an experienced analyst and economist working for leading global FX brokers, most recently at FOREX.com and City Index. A graduate of Brunel University with a degree in economics, Mr. Razaqzada offers premium trade signals to subscribers, and trading education to help shorten the learning curves of developing traders. He covers a wide range of markets, including forex, commodities, stock indices, and cryptocurrencies. Mr. Razaqzada is an expert at reading price action, which together with his deep understanding of economics and market fundamental allows him to provide a unique style of financial market analysis. His market comments are regularly quoted by the leading financial publications such as Reuters and Market Watch.

Fawad's Articles

Gold fell in the first half of Monday’s session, apparently due to profit-taking following its 2.5% gain last week that saw the metal end a two-week losing streak, states Fawad Razaqzada of Trading Candles.
Gold has been able to regain its poise after the sharp drop we observed earlier this week. The metal has found decent support around the $2,300 level, with traders keeping a close eye on bond yields and incoming US data. Overall, not much has changed as far as gold’s long-term bullish outlook is concerned, writes Fawad Razaqzada, technical analyst at TradingCandles.com.
There was no further escalation in the conflict between Iran and Israel at the weekend, which saw crude oil and gold prices drop in early Asia trade overnight, states Fawad Razaqzada of Trading Candles.
After gold hit repeated all-time highs last week, silver may finally come out of its multi-year consolidation and start catching up with the yellow metal this week, states Fawad Razaqzada of Trading Candles.