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Market Outlook Across The Financial Markets 

 April 5, 2015

By  Rayner

This week I’ll be doing a macro analysis across a number of different sectors.

We will be looking at currencies, indices and commodities to understand what the different sectors are doing right now.

I hope you have enjoyed this week’s market analysis. As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!

  • Thanks for the video, I am still looking to go short on EU pair.In my opinion it is getting ready for potential move down again. Also the price is in entry region.

      • Hi Ivan,

        EMA is more responsive compared to SMA because of the mathematical calculation behind it.

        I use 20 & 50 EMA consistently throughout the products i trade simply because it suits me.

        I don’t think there’s any magical number to use for moving average. Rather it is how you use it and fits with your trading plan that matters.

        Hope that helps!

        Rayner

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