Age 30
Trading strategy
Short-term trend following/swing trading with maximum one-week holding period


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Write a Squawk to Harrison Dauglas
  • 18 July
    Harrison Dauglas Harrison Dauglas
    you are a master in commentry
  • 12 July
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Fear not. Markets will be back a panic next week on "renewed" trade fears. I think this is like the 6th time around....
    12 July
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    I agree with you.There is a lot of trade fear wood to chop between now and the end of august
  • 03 July
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    I think you will see oil well over $85 - 90 range by Christmas.
    We'll see.
    04 July
    Harrison Dauglas Harrison Dauglas
    @John, i can commend that your view is likely though here i see chances of $80 round figure
  • Squawk / 21 June 2018 at 11:08 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Bank of England decision sees a boost to sterling as Haldane joins the hawks in voting for an interest rate hike, taking the vote to a more narrow 6-3. This should upgrade the probability of an August rate move and support sterling at the margin as we await the latest twists and turns in the Brexit morass. As well, it was stated that the bank would look to begin unwinding QE purchases (reducing balance sheet) once the policy rate hits 1.5% (previous target was 2.0%). This has all caught the market by suprise and is sterling supportive. Watching the 0.8700 level in EURGBP, the low of the range for months now.
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    21 June
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Also upbeat discussion of the economy, including "A number of indicators of household spending and sentiment have bounced back strongly from what appeared to be erratic weakness...
    21 June
    MyTrade MyTrade
    Adverse weather :D
  • Article / 21 June 2018 at 8:46 GMT

    OIC unveils study on European demand for US-listed equity options

    Director, Europe / The Options Industry Council (OIC)
    United Kingdom
    OIC unveils study on European demand for US-listed equity options
    European investors use US options for income generation, capital appreciation and volatility strategies. Liquidity, price transparency and market structure are key drivers, with clearing house OCC issuing and guaranteeing contracts for the 15 US equity option exchanges, thus reducing counterparty risk.
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  • Article / 11 June 2018 at 8:09 GMT

    FX Update: EURUSD rising into this week’s FOMC and ECB meets

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    FX Update: EURUSD rising into this week’s FOMC and ECB meets
    US President Trump shreds the rulebook at the G7 summit and jets to Singapore for the first ever summit with North Korea’s leader. Focus this week on a likely important guidance shift from both the Fed and the ECB. Elsewhere, sterling has the heaviest economic data calendar and faces pivotal Brexit bill votes in parliament.
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  • Squawk / 22 May 2018 at 20:45 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap: FOMC Minutes in focus

    NY Focus: It became readily apparent that European and New York traders held differing opinions on the direction for the US dollar. Europeans, at least those who were on holiday Monday, sold US dollars which started the New York session with losses across the board.

    New York traders were still sipping their first coffee’s as they were buying greenbacks. EURUSD opened at 1.1824, and that level was not seen again. Prices bottom out at 1.1770 which was the 1600 GMT fixing time, coincidentally. Prices ticked modestly higher into the close.

    GBPUSD found its peak of 1.3482 just before the New York open after Bank of England MPC member Gertjan Vleghe spoke of two more rate hikes in 2018. Governor Carney was a tad more upbeat but hedged his remarks by blaming Brexit for a 2% drop in UK growth. Prices dropped to 1.3415 by “fixing time” and inched higher, closing at 1.3435
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  • 23 May
    Harrison Dauglas Harrison Dauglas
    hello sir.
    i appreciate your good work but please how do i use COT report for my analysis?
  • Squawk / 10 May 2018 at 0:33 GMT
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    AUDNZD has rallied very nicely these past weeks and has now met my 1.0760 Wedge Target .... AUDNZD's Upside potential is far from over !
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    10 May
    Treve Treve
    Max, all credit you've nailed this, well done and Thanks! (I'm following your latest call on this as well)
    10 May
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    you're welcome
    10 May
    marran marran
    Thanks Max its good to see you are still posting on here
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