Foreign exchange is the world's biggest market, with daily trading volume of $5+ trillion -- about 10 times the total volume of the world's stock exchanges combined. High liquidity and 24-hour access are just two reasons why millions of traders focus on currencies exclusively.
Right now, many analysts are focused on what's next for the British pound, and most discussions you hear revolve around Brexit and British politics. For a different perspective, watch our Currency Pro Service co-editor show you the Elliott wave picture for GBP/USD and GBP/JPY.
If you want to see the big picture, you have to "zoom out." Watch as our Cryptocurrency Pro Service editor walks you through the daily USD and Bitcoin charts to explain why both are likely at "pivotal junctures." (Get more analysis, free, on Nov. 13-20 during our Forex FreeWeek.)
EURUSD is the world's most-traded FX pair, and it deserves your attention right now. Free, watch our Currency Pro Service guide show you why and explain how the Elliott wave pattern in an exchange-traded fund FXE mimics the budding opportunity in its "mother" market.
More and more you hear around the world that there are attempts to challenge the US dollar's "reserve currency" status. Our Head of Global Research gives you his take on a recent policy move by Russia -- and on the buck's long-term prospects.
One "explanation" for the Canadian Dollar's recent rise is Prime Minister Trudeau's election to a second term. But, just before the election, headlines warned a Trudeau win would be bearish for Canada's currency. So ... who really saw it coming?
When you look at the stock market and see that all the indexes are moving strongly together, it tells you a lot about the trend.
Similarly, when you look at the U.S. Dollar Index, which is comprised of a basket of several currencies, you can tell a lot about the broad trend by how strong the trends are in each individual pair.
A currency strategist just cited "fundamental" reasons for the recent price action in the U.S. Dollar Index. Yet, EWI anticipated these price moves -- including the greenback's decline -- before these fundamentals developed. Learn about this classic chart pattern...
September 2019 saw Bitcoin fall 20%, its largest monthly decline since November 2018. See for yourself how Elliott wave analysis anticipated the turn before price went south.
You've probably heard about the recent short-term liquidity issues that the Fed had to intervene into. It sounds eerily similar to the 2008 crisis. What market would give the early warning? Answer: U.S. dollar. Watch our Head of Global Research explain why.
February 2018 was huge for the EURUSD. Headlines then were bearish the euro, bullish the dollar. Yet we saw that peak for what it was, and price unfolded as forecast for 18 months. See it here (plus what may be next) in Chart of the Day.
Watch our Crypto Pro Service editor show you examples of recent truncations in Bitcoin, Ethereum and EOS. You'll also discover what's likely next for EOS.
On September 10, the U.S. dollar soared to a 5-week high against the Japanese yen. In fact, the USDJPY rally has been consistent since August 26. Analysts blamed the yen weakness on its “reduced safe-haven appeal” due to the lack of any consistency in the U.S.-China trade talks. So, how could the latter be the cause of the former? Answer: It can't. We have a good idea of what can.
The question in the title is an important one for a lot of forex traders today who are watching AUD/USD. Besides, any major move in this pair will have implications for other U.S. dollar pairs, too.
You can get answers now in this new 2-min. video by our Currency Pro Service editor. Watch as he goes over several charts of AUD/USD, from longer- to short-term, to give you some clarity.