United Kingdom
Trading strategy
Otmane El Rhazi is a technical trader and indicators like EMA, MACD and RSI are his favourite. RSI being a contrarian it helps pinpoint the accurate moment to jump into a trend. El Rhazi’s principal business is to operate and manage his investment in emerging technologies and personal fund. El Rhazi is heavy invested in ground-breaking technologies like advanced well-being technologies, solar energy and green automatic cars. Other investment include high yield carry trade, treasury and commodities.

He also applies scalping on a day-to-day basis, indeed Otmane El Rhazi uses pattern recognition and Fibonacci price levels to determine a short term trade, with and open and close in the same day. In spite of the many sacrifices that come with dedicated oneself to forex market, Otmane wouldn’t give up everything, being a trader taught him a lot and he hopes to be able to aid others get gainful. El Rhazi's main aim is to provide safe to replicate strategies joined with capital management.
Biography
At Trading Floor, Otmane El Rhazi issues only the most vital stories, tendencies & ideas. Follow him to have the upper hand. From 2007 through 2011, Otmane El Rhazi worked at Citi where he was a commodities market specialist who followed precious metals, agricultural products and freight. Managers can be confident that Otmane El Rhazi will use his knowledge and involvement to yield the latest market and derivatives information needed to develop a new market model suitable of the current market dynamics.

Completing large transactions in a smooth and efficient manner has earned him the admiration of his clients, colleagues and fellow employers. He strives to get the best out of his team and develop the vital skills to push forward with the projects scheduled. Beside the frantic time at work, Otmane enjoys nautical dive and has been active in many prestigious yacht trips around the world, including Aruba, Bermuda and Cancun. He is also an admirer of sailing in kayak and running rapids.
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  • 04 February
    andbach andbach
    What do You expect will be the reaction in the euro crosses if Greece is to leave the Eurozone?
  • Article / 03 February 2015 at 14:00 GMT

    Not all pegs are created equal

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Not all pegs are created equal
    In the wake of the Swiss National Bank's shock decision to remove its peg to the euro, investors are looking toward all similarly linked currencies as potential catalysts for similar movements. In Europe, the focus is on Denmark and the Czech Republic, but China could present a far more destabilising bout of devaluation.
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    03 February
    andy capp andy capp
    John, thanks for the comments on DKK above, what are your thoughts on the price action of the USD DKK pair today? - is it related to...
    03 February
    Tommaso Amm Tommaso Amm
    Thanks john , great read
  • Article / 23 January 2015 at 13:39 GMT

    FX next week – a taste of things to come

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX next week – a taste of things to come
    After the SNB galvanised markets by setting the Swiss franc free (and the euro into free-fall) last week, this current week brought a whirligig of other events. We had rate cuts from Canada and Denmark and the ECB's launch of its trillion-euro bazooka. With the euro hurting badly, Greek elections on Sunday and a FOMC meeting on the cards, will next week be equally interesting? John J Hardy outlines the things to watch...
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  • Saxo TV / 23 January 2015 at 9:29 GMT

    Hardy: QE euro drop, where will it stop?

    John J Hardy
    The Euro added to steep losses after the scale of a new QE programme was unveiled by the ECB. EUR 60 billion a month drove the Euro down to where Mario Draghi wants it but how low will it go? John Hardy, Head of FX Strategy at Saxo Bank, looks at the continuing market reaction to the ECB's 'big bazooka'.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 21 January 2015 at 11:00 GMT

    'Don't take away our euro peg': Danish execs

    Bloomberg
    The Confederation of Danish Industry has said that the long-term cost of discarding the Danish krone's euro peg far outweighs any potential short-term benefit. The discussion is occurring in light of last week's surprise removal of the Swiss franc's ties to the euro, which has some Danish executives concerned that Copenhagen may plan to follow suit. "Abandoning Denmark’s currency peg would deprive the country’s businesses of the stable environment on which they’re accustomed to basing their strategies", Novozymes CEO Peder Holk Nielsen told Bloomberg. Denmark relies on trade with the European Union for about 70% of its total exports, with confederation head Klaus Rasmussen saying that “it’s difficult to find someone in Denmark who’s against the fixed-currency policy".
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  • Article / 20 January 2015 at 13:38 GMT

    Quantitative easing will come! But how will it look?

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Today we take a look at the implications of the upcoming ECB meeting and more importantly how actions are likely to correspond to expectations. On the back of the IMF revisions to its 2015 growth forecasts we also look at the prospects for currencies in 2015.
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  • 20 January
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL hindsight can be a real pain :-)
    We all have duff trades and we all have to rely on buy when the price is weak; sell...
    20 January
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    The worse part of it (as always) is when you get stopped at, or damn close to the top of the move and then it returns back...
    20 January
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL
  • Squawk / 29 September 2014 at 8:31 GMT
    Trader / Finance
    United Kingdom
    Trading Psychology by Otmane El Rhazi. The truth is that the key to long-term trading success is not luck or knowledge, it is psychology. The mindset need to be programmed to keep up with fear and greed and changes in market direction. The most effective way to beat them is to set yourself ambitious but realistic goals, then follow them.

    Listen to Importance of Psychology at http://otmaneelrhazi.podbean.com/e/importance-of-trading-psychology/.
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  • Squawk / 19 September 2014 at 12:23 GMT
    Trader / Finance
    United Kingdom
    EUR/USD technical identified a Breakout to the downside. With the sell-off following the FED meeting overnight, EUR/USD is heading toward the key support around 1.2770.

    USD/JPY extends its rally after the break of the key 105.44 resistance. The Fed statement was balanced, but the rate projections suggest that the dollar might get additional interest rate support in the short-to-medium term.
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  • Squawk / 19 May 2014 at 9:25 GMT
    Trader / Finance
    United Kingdom
    Why Silver Prices Will Soft In 2014. The case for holding physical assets in a rising interest rate environment, and in an improving global economy, will continue to be undermined.

    The level of stockpiled material remains more than adequate to cover any potential shortfalls, and that the projected price dip this year and next is likely to be driven by sentimental factors rather than fundamental ones.
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