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June 18, 2019

The Daily Analysis: 18 June 2019

NZD

Fundamental Analysis

(18 June): Having attempted a little successful comeback, NZD clings on despite three-quarter low New Zealand consumer survey results this ...

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June 17, 2019

Daily Analysis: 17 June 2019

AUD

Fundamental Analysis

(17 June): The AUD dropped sharply last week as the economy created some 42.3 thousand jobs in May which was not enough to bolster the wobbly ...

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June 14, 2019

Daily Analysis: 14 June 2019

USD

Fundamental Analysis

(14 June) USD edged higher against other commodity currencies, together with JPY and Treasuries. Today we are going to see the release of U.S. ...

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June 13, 2019

Daily Analysis: 13 June 2019

GBP

Fundamental Analysis

(13 June): GBP fell as an opposition bid to block a no-deal exit failed. The Labour Party fails in bid to seize control of parliamentary agenda ...

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June 12, 2019

Daily Analysis: 12 June 2019

JPY

Fundamental Analysis

(12 June): Asian stocks tick lower amid signs of fatigue in the recent revival in risk appetite. Treasuries steadied. HK shared led losses as ...

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June 11, 2019

Daily Analysis: 11 June 2019

EUR

 

Fundamental Analysis

 

(11 June):EUR could still see a rebounding day as the spread between the two-year US and German government bond yields fell to 250 basis ...

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June 10, 2019

Daily Analysis: 10 June 2019

CAD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(10th June): CAD outperformed last friday amidst rosier employment report. In May, Canada added 27.7k jobs versus 5.0k anticipated. Meanwhile, ...

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June 7, 2019

Daily Analysis: 7 June 2019

NZD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(7th June): Today NZD has a light data print day while China is on holiday today. NZD is likely to trade sideways or slightly in a negative ...

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June 6, 2019

Daily Analysis: 6 June 2019

AUD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(6 June): RBA’s Lowe strongly suggested he could follow up Tuesday’s rate cut with another one as he seeks to drive down unemployment and ...

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June 4, 2019

Daily Analysis: 4 June 2019

USD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(4 June): US data, on Monday,  surprised to the downside, as the Markit Manufacturing PMI resulted at 49.1 in May, below the preliminary ...

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June 3, 2019

Daily Analysis: 3 June 2019

GBP

 

Fundamental Analysis

(3 June): Pound extended its decline last week as May’s resignation opens up the prospects of no-deal Brexit with Nigel Farage’s Brexit party ...

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May 31, 2019

Daily Analysis: 31 May 2019

JPY

 

Fundamental Analysis

(31 May): Treasury yield tumbled further, and JPY also rallied amid the escalating tensions. U.S. equity futures slumped as the trade-war ...

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May 30, 2019

Daily Analysis: 30 May 2019

EUR

 

Fundamental Analysis

(30th May): Italy’s Salvini faces a 3.5 billion euro fine from the EU for failure to rein in its debt, putting the currency under further ...

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May 29, 2019

Daily Analysis: 29 May 2019

CAD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(29th May):CAD is trading mixed as markets await BoC rate decision due later today, though widely anticipated that rates will remained ...

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May 28, 2019

Daily Analysis: 28 May 2019

NZD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(28th May):  The gauge of global-currency volatility fell as investors await further developments on the trade-war front. “The absence of ...

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May 27, 2019

Daily Analysis: 27 May 2019

AUD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(27th May): AUD found support late Thursday after softer than anticipated US manufacturing data sparked concerns that the US-China trade war is ...

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May 24, 2019

Daily Analysis: 24 May 2019

USD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(24 May): USD is on a winning streak but slipped on Thursday’s weak print of Markit Manufacturing PMI and Service PMI. The soft print is ...

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May 23, 2019

Daily Analysis: 23 May 2019

GBP

 

Fundamental Analysis

(23 May): Sterling slid to its 4 month low amid rising political uncertainty with pressure mounting on Theresa May to step down within days ...

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May 15, 2019

Daily Analysis: 15 May 2019

JPY

 

Fundamental Analysis

(15 May):  JPY moves sideways while risk sentiment waxes and wanes. But one thing is for sure that it won’t be the start of stabilization ...

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May 14, 2019

Daily Analysis: 14 May 2019

EUR

 

Fundamental Analysis

(14 May): Transatlantic relations are not too smooth at the moment either as EU is finalizing a list of American goods to target with ...

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May 13, 2019

Daily Analysis: 13 May 2019

NZD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(13 May):NZD remains under pressure on the first trading day of the week with US-China trade war showing little signs of de-escalation. On ...

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May 10, 2019

Daily Analysis: 10 May 2019

CAD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(10th May): A goodish pickup in oil prices turned out to be one of the key factors underpinning demand for the commodity-linked currency. ...

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May 9, 2019

Daily Analysis: 9 May 2019

USD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(9th May): The risk sentiment was capped on Thursday Asian morning as Asian stocks retreated with U.S. equity futures Thursday as the two sides ...

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May 8, 2019

Daily Analysis: 8 May 2019

AUD

 

Fundamental Analysis

(8th May): China released their trade data which came in much softer than expected at 94B as compared to a forecast of 235B, this marks a ...

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May 7, 2019

Daily Analysis: 7 May 2019

JPY

 

Fundamental Analysis

(7 May):There was a bounce in risk as Trump’s Tweet which was taken as a pinch of salt in U.S. markets, underpinned by the updates posted by ...

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Problem 1: No Actionable Insights
The big problem with many analysis you see out there is that they talk a lot while giving you very little actionable insights.
Solution 1 : Analysis with Clear & Actionable Insights
Problem 2: Low quality analysis reports

A lot of analysis out there are not comprehensive and well written, largely because they lack a team monitoring the pulse of the world’s economy along with updating the key fundamentals and putting them in parallel with high quality technical analysis. On top of that, it is extremely difficult to monitor the correlations across all the asset classes.

Solution 2: Build comprehensive reports combining fundamentals + technicals + long & short term + correlation
Problem 3: Messy and low-quality technical analysis
Many technical analysis out there throw a bunch of moving averages and indicators together, usually resulting in low quality and messy analysis.
Solution 3: High quality, advanced yet clean technical analysis
Problem 4: Confusing and paralyzing fundamental analysis
A lot of analyst like to talk and ramble on about the economic news events without providing any clear direction. Readers are often left confused and paralyzed after reading their articles. Too much jargon and smoke.
Solution 4: Clear, structured and easy-to-understand fundamental analysis
Problem 5: Difficulties using analysis and research to acquire clients
Solution 5: Tiered Access & White Labelling
Problem 6: Shallow coverage of markets
It’s difficult enough for most analysts to cover the FX markets, but to cover the indices, commodities, equities, commodities and cryptocurrencies makes it almost impossible to do so.
Solution 6: Wide coverage of all markets
We constantly expand our coverage while obeying correlation and how the markets affect each other.

 

More coverage = more trading ideas = more volume.

Problem 7: No accountability and tracking of each idea’s progress
Many analysis and signals just talk about what is to happen without reviewing what had happened from their previous reports. This is bad because it leaves the reader unsure of what to do next. It also wastes a brilliant opportunity to attract clients as one thing that gets readers excited to take action is seeing a money making opportunity that was missed.
Solution 7: Daily summary report on performance of all setups.
We compile all the trades that went well the day before and post them neatly showing our readers how much they missed out on.

This really gets them excited to take action. Green highlighted part shows how the signal idea worked out.