Forex Analysis Week of March 13, 2011 – EUR/GBP Each week we analyze 10 major currency pairs for our subscribers, and post a video analysis of one of those pairs. This week we are examining the GBP Please remember, Forex trading involves significant risk, and only risk capital should be used. No guarantees are made regarding the success or failure of any individual trader, strategy, or system.

Alpha Broking – Evening FX Market Wrap – March 1st

Alpha Broking – Evening FX Market Wrap – March 1st – 5.15PM AEST Charting the AUDUSD, EURUSD, GBPUSD These recommendations are current as at the date of issue. Past performance is no guarantee or reliable indication of future results. Trading in derivatives may involve a high degree of risk and significant loss, and is appropriate only for persons who can assume risk of loss in excess of funds deposited. This recommendation is of the nature of general information only and must not in any way be construed or relied upon as legal, financial or professional advice. No consideration has been given or will be given to the individual investment objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular person. The decision to invest or trade and the method selected is a personal decision and involves an inherent level of risk, and you must undertake your own investigations and obtain your own advice regarding the suitability of any investment for your circumstances. Although the information in this recommendation has been obtained from sources considered and believed to be both reliable and accurate no responsibility is accepted for any opinion expressed or for any error or omission that may have occurred herein. Alpha Equities & Futures Pty Ltd AFSL: 327075 ABN: 76 131 376 415

25th March 2011 – Daily market analysis by Phil Ryan

Phil Ryan is a Corporate Dealer at Currencies Direct UK , lends us his expertise on a daily basis. Foreign Exchange (FX) Market analysis is a daily market overview and commentary. Euro Persistence The Euros resistance to bad news has been remarkable. Recent blows include the rejection of the Portuguese government’s austerity plan, a likely hold-up in the attempt to increase the size and scope of the EFSF EU bailout fund, a fall in Eurozone PMI this month and finally a decision last night to downgrade Portugal’ sovereign credit rating by Fitch and S&P. In spite of all of this, and following touching a low of around EUR/USD 1.4054, EUR has bounced back close to the 1.4200 level. Further guidance will derive from the result of the EU leaders’ summit today and the March German IFO business confidence survey. For the former it is doubtful to be a conclusive result, with the hopefulness following the unofficial March 11 leaders’ summit likely to provide further delay due to internal strife over details. For the latter, a minor restraint in the IFO is likely after February’s surprise high. However, there is a bigger threat of a downside revelation following the weaker than forecast March German manufacturing PMI. Alongside this background, EUR/USD is likely to resist to break resistance around 1.4249. Overall foreign exchange markets look somewhat more steady and even the weight on the greenback appears to have temporarily lifted even though a much weaker than anticipated result