FOREX VIDEO – London Session Review – January 12th, 2011

** Video is Mis-Dated, I must have gone bonkers when I dated it 1-10-11, it’s actually 1-12-11* This week trading during the london morning has been rather umm….let’s say challenging. One can only watch so many +30 to +45 pips trades go to break even before getting rather hostile. Follow through has been dismal. However, things have been fantastic during the Asia and NY markets. Today we finally saw some decent London liquidity in play and found ourselves actually having to pick and choose what to do. In this video I demonstrate how I got into the AUD/USD long in the pre-European session, took profit (a bit aggressively I must say in hindsight), and then planned along with the room, then later executed a continuation long attempt around multiple layers of support. Overlapping levels of support/resistance. I always find are the easiest time/places to take entries. The EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and most other USD pairings really took off during the same time into the London lunch. Overall, as long as you got creative taking profit, it was an enormously better London than the prior few days. Glad to see money coming back to London. FXBootcamp London Currency Coach- Christian Stephens

AM Forex Trading Outlook – DailyFX News January 8, 2010

Daily morning analysis of the US Forex market trading session with DailyFX Currency Strategist John Kicklighter. Highlights: Big NFP news this morning, a lot of volatility but still looking for a trend defining break; EUR/USD Rally, GBP/USD Rally; USD/CAD Unique and didn’t move much; Pace of the dollar will be defined by the equities market–risk appetite will define next trend. John currently has a Long USD/JPY and will keep the position through next week. Check out more news and analyst picks at