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20200402 FXTP Daily Market Update – Thursday – “The Covid-19 trade”

April 2, 2020

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Hello traders, Today we were waiting for the US Unemployment numbers…..and weren’t they a blast! We also talked about the “Covid-19 Trade” which was basically to go long $ZM Zoom and short $IWG / Regus. Take a look. It’s always so easy in hindsight isn’t it?;-) See you tomorrow: same time, same place, same link. […]

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20200401 FXTP Daily Market Update – Wednesday – UK Banks

April 1, 2020

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Another day, another fascinating insight into financial markets. Today as well as taking a look at the usual suspects we also took a look at UK Banks. We’ll be back tomorrow: same time, same place, same link. Trade well, Paul

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20200331 – FXTP Daily Market Update – Tuesday “When idiots tell you to buy then you should sell!”

April 1, 2020

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Hello traders, Thanks to those of you who joined us once again for the Daily Market Update. Today we looked at the major markets and also discussed China’s PMI numbers and also IWG group and IAG. The educational point today was very simple. When idiots tell you to buy a stock that should be a […]

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20200326 FXTP Daily Market Update – BoE and those US Unemployment Numbers!

March 26, 2020

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Hello Traders, Well another day, another fascinating ride of price action! Today we had the BoE MPC Meeting and the US Unemployment claims (which came out as we went on air.) Well those US numbers were expected to be bad, but they were still a shocka! Claims of 3.2 million overwhelmed the record of 700k […]

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20200325 FXTP Daily Market Update – How will the market respond to the US Stimulus Bill?

March 25, 2020

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Thanks to those of you who joined us today. As well as the normal instruments we also took a look at Smith & Wesson, Taser and the Real Estate sector. As always just some talking points to provide some interest, insight and education. Join our Zoom Meeting every day at 1230 as we navigate through […]

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20200324 FXTP Daily Market Update – Some positive moves?

March 24, 2020

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Another crazy day in the markets – some fascinating moves over the last 24 hours. Once again – I’ll be running the Market Update tomorrow at 1230. All are welcome: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/867724005?pwd=K1dBZ21jUGxSMkNuUSs1eXRQN2dudz09 Meeting ID: 867 724 005 Password: 105321

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20200320 FXTP Daily Market Update No.3 How would the week end?

March 22, 2020

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Here is the recording from Fridays Daily Market Update – teh week did not finished as I’d hoped, which means we’ll have an interesting week ahead! For those of you wh dont know I a trying to help people by delivering a 1230 Daily Update on what is happening across the major markets during this […]

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20200319 FXTraderPaul Market Update – where do we start?

March 19, 2020

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Hello Traders, As promised I said I would do a 20-30 min daily update that people can join during these turbulent times. The first one today was a bit rambling (that’s my opinion) but they will improve as we do them. As always if you want to join us and ask questions then you’re welcome […]

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What a day for the dollar! FXTP Daily Market Update

March 18, 2020

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Hello traders, Well that was quite some day on the USD! You can watch the attached video for insight. Also I have been inundated over the last couple of weeks for insight on whats happening. So in order to help people from tomorrow I’ll be delivering a quick daily 20 min market update. It’ll be […]

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New Year New Trader Q1 Webinar Program – Money Management – 23rd January

January 13, 2020

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Hello Traders, I hope you’ve enjoyed this rather illuminating start to 2020 and the subsequent market moves we’ve experienced already? Everyone starts a new year with grand goals about it being their best year as a trader – however those plans often fall flat, for many internal and external reasons. A lot of the challenges […]

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