United Kingdom
Trading strategy
Breakouts is the top strategy for Otmane El Rhazi, using indicators EMA, MACD, and RSI for trading bonds, futures, and commodities. El Rhazi’s main objective is to operate and succeed in tech stock trading. His alternative investments encompass carry trade, high yield, and bonds. He hopes to be able to support others to become profitable traders. Despite the several sacrifices that come with devoted oneself to Forex market, El Rhazi wouldn’t give up all, being a trader trained him a lot.

Scalping is also a great way to accumulate small profits and get better entries on the short term. On a consistent basis El Rhazi applies technical indicators, Fibonacci price levels, and uses pattern recognition to state a short term trade. His key objective is to deliver safe to replicate strategies with great capital management values. Otmane El Rhazi is financed in innovative technologies like to solar energy, biotechnology, and green electric cars.
Biography
Otmane El Rhazi is a Citi Trader and Financial Manager, received his Ph.D and Master from University Paris VI and Ecole des Ponts ParisTech. He studied Mathematics and Economics with a major on applied finance. Based in London, El Rhazi is a gifted forex and equities trader, adept in trend analysis, bonds futures and derivatives options. With competence in agricultural products, precious metals, and oil. From 2007, worked at Citi and Citigroup Otmane El Rhazi was a Citi Trader of commodities and market professional. Closing large transactions in a smooth and effective routine has earned him the esteem of his clients, associates and fellow employers. On a daily basis, he uses his understanding and involvement to yield the newest market and exotic options information required to develop a new stochastic model appropriate for the current market. His scope and passion for the financial mathematics, stochastic calculus, and programming has enclosed many fields counting renewable energy.
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  • 20 July
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    At 1005 GMT, gold continues in the doldrums hovering around the $1,113/oz mark.
    20 July
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    It sounds and feels like a "flash crash" of sorts, linked to China's precarious financial markets. Some shadow bank-purging behind the veils?

    Anyway, the technicals don't necessarily look...
    20 July
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    Here's daily and intrachart.
  • Article / 30 June 2015 at 8:27 GMT

    From the Floor: Gimme shelter

    Consulting Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    From the Floor: Gimme shelter
    Shanghai markets might give traders whiplash, but the steady hand of the People's Bank of China is always poised to provide relief. Not so in Europe, however, where the breakdown of talks between Greece and its creditors has left investors struggling to find safe havens.
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  • Article / 22 June 2015 at 7:01 GMT

    Morning Markets: Greece on the brink

    Deputy Editor / TradingFloor.com
    Denmark
    As Greece totters on the edge of bankruptcy, prime minister Alexis Tsipras offers his creditors yet another 'final' offer ahead of an emergency Eurozone summit this afternoon and the euro girds for a fall should the embattled country and its creditors fail to agree a deal.
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    22 June
    fxtime fxtime
    Einstein suggested insanity is to repeat the same thing again and again but expect a different result yet Draghi et al are doing just such a thing....
  • Article / 19 June 2015 at 13:02 GMT

    Macro Digest: A change is gonna come

    Chief Economist & CIO / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Macro Digest: A change is gonna come
    The US Federal Reserve believes it will hike twice this year and then go slower at 100 basis points per year. I believe a more aggressive Fed will 'kill' the nascent growth and pull US and Europe back towards zero growth. This will give us one more look at all-time low interest rates before we start a period of new secular change.
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  • Article / 05 June 2015 at 8:00 GMT

    From the Floor: Situation critical

    Consulting Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    From the Floor: Situation critical
    Remember the beginning of the week, when speculators were telling us that a Greek deal was essentially done? Well we were younger then, and far less wise. At the moment, things seem tense and ready to erupt over world markets – and with the US NFP print waiting in the wings, it could prove an interesting session.
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