On a weekly basis, our highly-experienced team of traders and analysts conducts exhaustive research on
a myriad of market-factors. Both on the retail and institutional level. And through this research,
we can offer you a valuable road map for your upcoming trading week.
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Every week, our team conducts in-depth analysis
on the following factors (among others):
We use this research to create our weekly forecast, which ranks the 8 major currencies from ‘strongest’ to
In addition to this, we also give you our top trades for the upcoming week. And with this information, you will
be able to focus on the best pairs to trade, as well as the proper bias (buy or sell).
Essentially, we will provide you with a solid, well-researched starting point. And then it is up to you to apply
your own strategies and trading methods. Best of all, you won’t have to spend hours of your
valuable time analyzing mountains of data from numerous sources.
We cover the 8 following currencies: USD, JPY, EUR, GBP, CHF, AUD, NZD and CAD.
And for this upcoming week, our research concludes the following as the
EXPECTED relative-performance for these currencies.
SEPTEMBER 16TH TO SEPTEMBER 20TH 2019
Remember, the FX-market is the most complex and unpredictable financial-market of
And it is IMPOSSIBLE to guarantee that a currency will move in any particular direction,
or in any particular manner. Therefore, if you are going to use our currency forecast,
we STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you follow our guidelines, as well
as proper money-management on all of your trades.
“If you think writing about the fortunes of the stock market is tricky,
try getting your arms around currencies.”
– Bill Gross, co-founder of PIMCO
“Having endeavored to forecast exchange rates for more than half a century, I have understandably developed significant humility about my ability in this area….”
– Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve
“Explaining the yen, dollar and euro exchange rates
is still a very difficult task, even ex-post.”
– Kenneth Rogoff, Economics professor at Harvard and former IMF Director of Research