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26th September – FXTP Monday Market Update – GBP slugging it out…

September 26, 2022

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Hello traders, Thanks to those of you who joined us today for the Monday Market Update. We covered; FX STAM, Federal Express ($FDX), Tesla ($TSLA) and Corn Futures ($ZC). We also covered the usual suspects: $DJIA, $NDX, $SPY, $RUSS, $DAX, $FTSE, $NIKKEI, $WTI, $XAUUSD, $BTCUSD, $USD, $DXY, $JPY, and $GBP. Have a great trading week, […]

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12th September – FXTP Monday Market Update – Some respite for financials.

September 12, 2022

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Hello traders, Thanks to those of you who joined us today – and apologies for the interference by an individual. Today we took a look at; FX STAM; Financials ETF ($XLF); Goldman Sachs ($GS); and JP Morgan ($JPM). We also covered the usual suspects: $DJIA, $NDX, $SPY, $RUSS, $DAX, $FTSE, $NIKKEI, $WTI, $XAUUSD, $BTCUSD, $USD, […]

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10th Jan – First Monday Market Update of the year…

January 11, 2022

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Hello traders, Welcome back to the Monday Market Update in 2022. Today we covered: Financial Sector ETF ($XLF) Barclays Bank ($BARC) JP Morgan Bank ($JPM) Energy Sector ETF ($XLE) Exxon Mobil ($XOM) and BP ($BP.). Along with the normal regulars: $DJIA, $S&P, $NAS, $RUS, $DAX, $FTSE, $NIKKEI, $USD, $DXY, $GBP, $CAD, $XAUUSD, $BTCUSD. Have a […]

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29th Nov – FXTP Monday Market Update – well, that was an interesting Black Friday wasn’t it?

November 30, 2021

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Hi traders, Thanks to those of you who joined us today for the MMU. We had lots to cover after the moves of last week, and the reversals of this morning. We covered: FX STAM, IAG ($IAG) EuroStoxx 50 ($EU50) Palladium Futures ($PA) Pfizer ($PFE) and Moderna ($MRNA). Along with the usual suspects of: $DJIA, […]

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VTP Stage 4 – On Managing Risk, Self and OPM – 18th & 19th November London

October 28, 2021

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Hello traders, Newbie traders may see the cartoon above and be wondering what on earth that has to do with trading? Experienced traders nod their head sagely and know instinctively how wise the cartoon is. The longer you trade the more you realise that it is not the market which is your enemy, it is […]

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20210920 FXTP Monday Market Update: The Chinese – a great bunch of lads!

September 21, 2021

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Hello traders, On todays MMU we covered: The FX STAM, Chinese A50 ($A50) Evergrande ($3333) Deutsche Bank ($DBK) Blackrock ($BLK) Iron Ore ($T01!) and Natural gas ($NGAS). We also took a look at the standard players: $USD, $DXY, $GBP, $CAD, $DJIA, $NAS, $S&P. Have a great trading week, and I’ll see you next Monday at […]

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20210816 FXTP Monday Market Update – What consequences of Afghan failure?

August 17, 2021

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Hello traders, After an eventful weekend we focused on what possible consequences there maybe for the Wests failure in Afghanistan. We looked at: FX STAM, Taiwan Stock Exchange ($TWSE) Taiwan EMP99 index ($EMP99), Raytheon ($RTX) and Moderna ($MRNA). Along with $DXY, $USD, $GBP and $JPY. Have a great trading week, and I’ll see you next […]

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20210726 FXTP Monday Market Update – I was wrong, quite some turn-around.

July 27, 2021

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Hello traders, I’m back from my week in London, and clearly markets loved playing a joke on me whilst i was away! Last weeks Market Update I wondered whether a rout was inbound? And it was, for Monday alone, and then the markets rebounded for the rest of the week! Some US Indices and Tech […]

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20200518 FXTP DMU – Monday – $GS, $JPM, $NVDA, $PTON, $INTU

May 18, 2020

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Hello traders, Today we looked at: $GS, $JPM, $NVDA, $PTON, $INTU See you tomorrow: same time, same place, same link Trade well, Paul

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20200421 FXTP DMU – Tuesday “Another day of Oil madness?”

April 21, 2020

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Hello traders, After yesterdays session in markets we were bound to revisit Oil, and in particular trading it through a Retail broker at this time, and all it entails. I apologise for the slides element of the presentation – for some reason my PowerPoint did not want to go into slide show mode. (Perhaps Bill […]

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