Ashraf Laidi is an independent strategist and trader, founder of Intermarket Strategy Ltd., and author of Currency Trading & Intermarket Analysis. He is the former chief global strategist at City Index/FX Solutions, where he focused on foreign exchange and global macro developments pertaining to central bank policies, sovereign debt, and intermarket dynamics. Prior to that, he served as chief strategist at CMC Markets, where he headed a global team of analysts and led seminars and trainings in four continents. His insights on currencies and commodities won him several #1 rankings with FXWeek and Reuters.
Nearly 365 days after hitting its $2,075 high, gold gets a double punch by strong US figures on Friday and an Asia-style flash crash in early Monday trade, states Ashraf Laidi of AshrafLaidi.com.
It's time for G10-FX traders to start monitoring the US-China 10-year spread as an increasingly indicative factor in USD dynamics.
While there are signs that the dollar may be ready to reverse from its bearish trend, long-term cycles indicates it could be very long before sees new highs, reports Ashraf Laidi.
Are you looking for a top-down approach to intermarket flows? Time cycles may be perfect in hindsight, but how do we apply them ahead? Join Ashraf Laidi, founder of Intermarket Strategy, Ltd., for five examples on forex, metals, and indices from 2019 and 2020 that worked and failed and learn why!
Ashraf Laidi of ashraflaidi.com, discusses the relationships between currencies, interest rates and yield.
Ashraf Laidi explains how to trade the U.S. Dollar vs. gold and the Chinese yuan.
Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis: How to Profit from the Shifting Currents in Global Markets
As head FX strategist at CMC Markets–one of the world's leading forex/commodity brokers–Ashraf Laidi understands the forces shaping today's currency market and their interplay with interest rates, equities, and commodities. And now, with Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis, he shares his extensive experiences in this field with you. Throug