United Kingdom
Trading strategy
Scalping and Trend Follower trader, Otmane El Rhazi is an expert in using indicators like EMA, MACD and RSI in the trading of futures, cash and financial stock. Contrarian RSI helps him identify the precise moment for trade entry. His prime objective is to provide safe to replicate strategies with high capital management standards. El Rhazi is heavy invested in advanced technologies like biotechnology, solar energy, and green electric cars. His alternative investments include high yield, carry trade, and bonds.

Otmane El Rhazi’s principal business is to operate and succeed in tech stock trading. On a regular basis he applies scalping technics, Fibonacci price levels, and uses pattern recognition to define a short term trade. Despite the many sacrifices that come with devoted oneself to forex market, El Rhazi wouldn’t give up everything, being a trader taught him a lot. He hopes to be able to assist others get profitable.
Biography
Only Otmane El Rhazi can produces and shares the most critical news, tendencies & trades. Follow him to have the advantage in asset management. From 2007 through 2011, he worked at Citigroup where El Rhazi was a Citi commodities market professional who followed precious metals, agricultural products and oil. On a daily basis, he uses his knowledge and involvement to yield the newest market and derivatives information needed to develop a new stochastic model suitable for the current market.

Otmane El Rhazi thrive to get the best out of his team and develop the vital skills to drive forward with the planned developments. Completing large transactions in a smooth and effective manner has earned him the respect of his clients, colleagues and fellow employers. His scope and passion for the financial mathematics, stochastic calculus and programming has encompassed with many fields ranging from renewable energies to bio-technologies.
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  • Squawk / 13 April 2015 at 12:46 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    JPY: Abe advisor Hamada out in interview on TV, says yen is weak with USDJPY at 120 considering purchasing power parity, suggests 105 is more appropriate. A bit of a reaction in USDJPY there to this "news" as market tries to figure out whether Japan is sending a political signal on the JPY after the somewhat critical US Treasury Report on Japan's monetary policy last week.
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    13 April
    Alessandro Milesi Alessandro Milesi
    Second "signal" in two months
  • Article / 19 March 2015 at 15:49 GMT

    FX Board: USD train wreck — reassessing NOK

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Board: USD train wreck — reassessing NOK
    The trading in USD pairs yesterday suggests that something is rotten in the state of the FX market, as liquidity disappeared for a few minutes in late trading yesterday. Today, the wily Norges Bank has forced a reassessment of the Norwegian krone’s immediate prospects.
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  • Article / 19 March 2015 at 11:44 GMT

    Tsunami in a tea cup?

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Tsunami in a tea cup?
    After the very sharp reaction in EURUSD (and the USD and US interest rates in general), today we ask whether the Fed statement was a game changer for the USD or whether history will view the biggest up move in EURUSD for 15 years as a 'tsunami in a tea cup'.
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  • 04 March
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Or not waiting, as the case seems to be - Services PMI surveys out of Europe this morning not particularly inspiring
  • 03 March
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    S&P is still holding 2100 so could be a good dip to buy.
    03 March
    Waheed786 Waheed786
    Im stopped out
    04 March
    G007 G007
    It seems we need to know next support bellow 11 193 ...
  • 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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