Forex & Crypto

Forex is the most liquid market in the world and offers some of the greatest trends and opportunities to profit. Cryptocurrencies have been grabbing headlines in recent years, and some believe they will supplant currencies in the not-too-distant future. Understand the correlation between traditional forex and cryptocurrencies and get the expertise you need to navigate these fast-moving markets confidently and profitably.

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Since Covid-19 emerged in late 2019, nine-day implied volatility of the S&P500 (black line) closed above the 30-day, three-month and six-month readings on 11 occasions (green lines), states Ian Murphy of MurphyTrading.com.
Sponsored Content – Inflation has been building for the past year. It has not reached its peak. It will not be going away anytime soon, says Rich Checkan, president & COO, Asset Strategies International.
The worldwide transition from internal combustion engine powered to electrically powered vehicles is well underway, suggests Neil Macneale, editor of 2-for-1 Stock Split Newsletter.
The S&P 500 Index undercut its January 10 intra-day low today, bringing its January loss to 4.9%, which more than reverses December’s gains. The Nasdaq Composite has borne the brunt of the losses, now down more than 8% in January, as is the iShares S&P large-cap growth index ETF (IVW). Meanwhile, the iShares large-cap value index ETF (IVE) is down just 1%, says Marvin Appel of Signalert Asset Management.
The market is falling, and the CBOE SPX Volatility Index (VIX) (fear index) is rising, states Steve Reitmeister, editor of Reitmeister Total Return.
Two of the eleven sectors rose, with nine sectors performing worse than the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) up +0.04%. Energy (XLE) and Communication Services (XLC) were the leading sectors, while Consumer Discretionary (XLY) and Real Estate (XLRE) were the weakest, states Bonnie Gortler of bonniegortler.com.
Those that read my analysis regularly know that I do not take general market fundamentals or news into account when I analyze the stock market, states Avi Gilburt of ElliottWaveTrader.net.
I spotted an anomaly in the market last week which makes me wonder what may happen next. And here is a hint: something big may be brewing, says Joe Duarte of In the Money Options.
For some time, everything ‘retro’ from the 80s—such as synthesizer pop and square G-Shock watches—have been back in vogue, so it’s only fitting 80s style inflation is back too, states Ian Murphy of MurphyTrading.com.
The purchasing power parity indicator, also known as the PPP is one of the most important long term indicators in Forex trading, states Konstantin Rabin of Finance Makers.

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Foreign exchange or forex is the most liquid sector to trade, and while it offers some of the greatest trends and opportunities to profit, understanding their technical tendencies and the geopolitical drivers that moves these markets is essential to trading success. In this section of MoneyShow.com, our team of professional crypto and forex traders will provide you with the tools to navigate these international markets and share their time-tested crypto and forex trading strategies. Discover what creates trends in the currency market and how to handicap these trends like a pro. More importantly, you can also learn how to time those trends for minimum risk and maximum reward using some simple, but effective technical-analysis techniques.

Bitcoin and its crypto cousins such as Etherium, Coinbase, and others have been in the news non-stop in recent years. Speculators and newbies have also been flocking to cryptocurrencies in droves, lured by their wild intraday price swings and eye-popping gains. Two of the world’s largest derivatives exchanges—the CME and the CBOE—have even launched new bitcoin futures, and trading volume in this new product has been steadily rising.

To understand the crypto landscape—the philosophy of crypto and what’s driving the revolution—you need to also understand the economics of cryptocurrencies, the tax implications, and the risks and rewards of trading cryptocurrencies, before you even begin your path to crypto trading.

Whether you’re a newcomer to crypto trading or a veteran trader, you should keep in mind that cryptocurrency trading couldn’t be more different from stock trading. There are various crypto trading strategies that spell out when to buy and sell and how to keep your crypto portfolio safe. It is also critical that you find out how Bitcoin and other cryptos move in relation to forex and how they fit into the risk-on/risk off trade.

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