Forex Signals Brief for Mar 13: 6 Winners Ahead of US CPI

Posted Tuesday, March 13, 2018 by
Rowan Crosby • 2 min read

Hey Fellas,

It might have been a slow start to the trading week, but the FX Leaders Team started with a bang. The guys grabbed six winning signals in what was a great start for our followers.

Winners came thick and fast, and the guys found profitable positions in Oil, Gold, the DAX, CAC, EUR/USD and EUR/CHF. There were a few closed manually, but for the most part, it was a strong performance. Our BTC position might have found an error in the system as it is saying we hit our stop, however price didn’t really trade in that region at all.

We are now in the AUD/USD, EUR/USD and GBP/USD with our long-term signals. As well as that, we are long the NZD/USD and EUR/CHF in the short-term.

Monday might have had limited economic data, but things are heating up on Tuesday, lead by US CPI. So keep the forex signals page open for all the very latest.

Forex Signal Watchlist

EUR/JPY – There have been some headlines moving the JPY around, so watch this pair for a potential short.

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EUR/USD – Ready and Waiting

We booked a win with our short-term signal and the long-term position continues to hold up well. There is CPI on the horizon which will be the market mover today. We might even see a spark from German ZEW. The take profit target is at 1.2055 in our long-term position.

EUR/USD – 240 min Chart.

GBP/USD – Upside on Brexit

The pound has seen a bit of upside so far this week. The GBP, ebbs and flows on headlines surrounding Brexit and just how it will all work out for the UK. For the most part, the trend is strong to the downside. Our profit target is at 1.3237.

GBP/USD – 240 min Chart.


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