Switzerland
Age 67
Trading strategy
Trade my own way but seeking expert advice as well

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  • 3d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    You’re saying USDJPY will hit 108 soon Jay ? or EURUSD ?
    3d
    Patto Patto
    From the look of that inflation chart, after you take out energy prices to get the "core" rate, it looks like the only thing holding inflation positive...
  • Trade view / Thursday at 1:32 GMT
    Short term
    /
    Buy

    New USDJPY uptrend may now be under way

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Inflection point reached for USDJPY. Support is now at ¥111.00/¥110.65 and ¥110.20 at a maximum. There is upside potential for a move towards ¥113.00, en route to ¥114.70/¥115.00.
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    3d
    JayTujoh JayTujoh
    dont think so, it hit 108 soon...
    3d
    Morris Morris
    Max if you cannot respond on this platform then what is then your purpose on this platform? Spell it clear so that we know and do not...
    3d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Bullish Analysis still stands, Stop just under 110.20
  • 15 January
    seas seas
    Amazing indeed.
  • Squawk / 12 January 2018 at 21:33 GMT
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    The US stock market rallied to a new high ahead of the long weekend (see chart below)

    This last piece of bullish sentiment seems confined to the US; few other markets joined in this week.

    The US dollar index broke thru key chart support (see chart) as the dollar weakened across the board.

    The bond market was initially impressed with the CPI inflation update but soon gave up gains.

    The core rate rose a touch to 1.8% rounded (actually 1.78%, up from 1.71% previously – so nothing to get excited about)

    Core inflation has been stuck in to 1.7-1.8 percent range for 8 months (see chart)
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    13 January
    brandon lee brandon lee
    Hi max, at the same time we saw big moves in the eurusd.
    13 January
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Absolutely! If you would like to receive my Full FX Trading Report on Monday then you're welcome to contact me. My details under my TradingFloor Bio....
    13 January
    Morris Morris
    Looking at level 90 then 80. These are long term! If these hold it may be time to change our bearish view but depending on Max EW...
  • 12 January
    Morris Morris
    Any similarities to the moves in EUR/USD?
    12 January
    seas seas
    Nice trade.
    12 January
    sutiani sutiani
    Entry: Today Only: Sterling is seen as a Buy around the 1.3500 level .....(only until 1.3560 resistance is cleared).You mean if buy around 1.3500 level not done,but...
  • 10 January
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Nicely done, Max
  • Trade view / 05 January 2018 at 2:50 GMT
    Day trade
    /
    Buy

    Broad recovery rolls on for NZDUSD

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    There are signs that the broad recovery from last November's low is stil underway for NZDUSD. There is potential to test 0.7375 - 0.7485 over coming weeks. Today, there is support at 0.7150/0.7135, enabling a test of 0.7200/0.7215.
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  • Article / 05 January 2018 at 1:02 GMT

    USD traders ignore rate differentials and look over the rainbow

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    USD traders ignore rate differentials and look over the rainbow
    Inflation has been moribund in the US, the Eurozone and Japan, so why has the US dollar been singled out and sold off? And why have bullish views about USD proven to be so wide of the mark, especially given US rate rises, tax cuts and GDP growth? Max McKegg explores these questions in this analysis.
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    05 January
    Kashif khawja Kashif khawja
    Appreciate this food for thought. I will appreciate your comments as to how unexpected market shocks can shatter this scenario.
  • 04 January
    Morris Morris
    Max! The chart pattern is it economics following or leading?
    04 January
    wang fei wang fei
    how about gold?
    04 January
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    At the start of this trading week I sent all my Subscribers a Special Trading Update on Gold.
  • Squawk / 31 December 2017 at 20:20 GMT
    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Just to report the closed out with a return of 23.17%.

    Happy New Year to one and all in 2018.
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    31 December
    Treve Treve
    Stephen - Good result for 2017. Do you solicit funds for trading on behalf of people ?
    01 January
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Hello Treve,

    Happy New Year. I have not done that so far. I used to post trade ideas and market comments on Saxo's site. In 2018 I...
    02 January
    Kashif khawja Kashif khawja
    Happy New Year dear Stephen. I appreciate your trade ideas.
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