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Crisis trading is no joke. As more confirmed cases of the coronavirus become public, the DOW will very likely continue to take a hit. Full Article

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It's going to be a busy day ahead as the market can exhibit strong volatility in the wake of a series of high impact economic events... Full Article

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Uncertainty brings volatility. For traditional safe-havens such as gold or the yen, this concept typically awakens bidders. Full Article

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Today’s Existing Home Sales report came as a welcomed sight for equities bulls but did little for the USD Index. Full Article

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In the event that the DJIA extends its brief losing streak, a buying opportunity may come to pass in the March E-mini DOW. Full Article

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Gold is trading sideways in a broad trading range of 1,566 - 1,549. On the 4 hour timeframe, it has formed a bearish engulfing candle... Full Article

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$9000 is the key level for January Bitcoin futures. It has withstood several concerted tests and remains valid topside resistance. Full Article

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Given this week’s vacant economic calendar, there may be nothing that can put a stop to the daily uptrend in U.S. stocks. Full Article

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Unless the Bank of Japan (BoJ) steps in and tightens policy, the uptrend in the USD/JPY will very likely continue. Full Article

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Until we see the institutional players return to their offices tomorrow, taking a wait-and-see approach to the markets is a good idea. Full Article

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Thousands of traders enter the markets every month looking to “make money.” Most fail. Here's how to succeed by setting incremental goals. Full Article

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At press time (about 1:00 PM EST), gold is fighting to get back into bullish territory above a key daily 38% macro-wave retracement. Full Article

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On Friday, the dollar grew as U.S. data advised the world's biggest market kept a steady growth movement at the end of 2019, touching an... Full Article

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In the spirit of risk-on, the USD/CHF is taking a break from its week-long downtrend. Rates have reversed from .9600 and are heading north. Full Article

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A bullish bias is warranted toward the March USD Index. Rates are above the daily 38% retracement (96.815), preserving the daily uptrend. Full Article

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