New Zealand
Age 57
Trading strategy
I utilise a combination of technical indicators in conjunction with classical charting and Elliott Wave Analysis and most importantly 31
years of FX Trading experience.
My full Daily FX Trading Service is received by Institutions, Banks, Hedge Funds and Individuals the
world-over. If interested in my FX Trading Service, email me at : max@enterprise.net.nz
Biography
I hold a Master of Commerce (Hons) and have been an FX trading professional since 1985; heading Bank of New Zealand's Technical Analysis Unit from 1985 - 1993 and then setting-up in business on my own in 1993; securing well in excess of 100 Institutional, Bank & Hedge Fund subscribers as well as thousands of Individual subscribers in more than 40 different countries. My Service to Individuals is via Email (max@enterprise.net.nz) whilst to Institutions and Banks my real-time work can be found on the ThomsonReuters global network.

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  • 7h
    Treve Treve
    Love your Wave analysis Max!
  • 11h
    Patto Patto
    Always a good summary of what's going on and a useful pointer to the best of the "Opinion" stories.
  • 1d
    Patto Patto
    The Fed's senior leadership - Yellen, Fischer and Dudley - seem to co-ordinating warnings that the stock market is too high...
    1d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    That's right Patto. The Fed is taking away the punchbowl but no one wants to leave the party. I hope they don't all decide to do so...
  • 2d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Excellent Summary Mike and Love the Muppet pick (re Fat Fingers!)
    2d
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    It wasn't original. A trader in UK said it when talked to bberg about the move.
  • 3d
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Well Done, Max
    3d
    Harrison Dauglas Harrison Dauglas
    nice call
    3d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Thanks Mike
  • Article / 22 June 2017 at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: Oil finding its footing?

    Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Morning Markets: Oil finding its footing?
    There was a temporary respite from the ongoing slide in crude prices during Asian trading today, with WTI and Brent crude prices firming slightly. Equities made gains across the region. Meanwhile bargain hunters flocked to equities in Australia, driving a rebound in the S&P/ASX200 following Wednesday's plunge.
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  • 19 June
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    welcome to request my latest Forecasts
    20 June
    sutiani sutiani
    low is 1.1140 or 1.1139 still open position?thank you
    20 June
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    closing out on this Bounce
  • Squawk / 16 June 2017 at 21:41 GMT
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    US markets closed quietly on Friday in a week where we saw dissention in the ranks on monetary policy committees.

    The FOMC voted 8-1 to raise rates; the Bank of England (5-3) and Bank of Japan (7-2) voted to hold steady.

    As has been the case for the last year, money market pricing is well under the FOMC’s new “dot plot” for the fed funds rate (see chart)

    We also see the effect in USD positioning where net longs against the G10 continue to decline (see chart)

    The problem is that the Philip’s curve - which measure the historical trade off between unemployment and wage growth- is not working (see chart)

    All the major central banks agree that wages growth is the key to achieving 2% inflation targets.
    Read the Squawk
    17 June
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    More important has been the central bank response to wage growth and unemployment divergence: easy money and a booming stock market
    18 June
    Morris Morris
    Very interesting and incomprehensible indeed. Seems a reactive response from the central banks side. But 1986 to 2008 seems a better scenario? What were we doing economic...
    19 June
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