Market Reviews

Stocks coming into 2021 – Boom or Bust?

Stocks coming into 2021 – Boom or Bust?

Stocks coming into 2021 – Boom or Bust? Here are a couple of fun facts from equities in 2020. · The NASDAQ returned 46% from the start of 2020. If you purchased at the peak of the recessionary period in mid-March, you would've made a return on investment of 85%.· Meanwhile, the...

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Dollar rebound may have some legs

Dollar rebound may have some legs

Dollar rebound may have some legs The Dollar has been experiencing some love coning into the new year, with the DXY up just under 1%. However, is this just a technical rebound, or is there substance for a further rally? Technical show the Dollar is in a historically congested...

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Week ahead – Central banks, CPI’s

Week ahead – Central banks, CPI’s

Week ahead - Central banks, CPI's With the new strain of the Coronavirus causing concern across the world, many countries that continue to battle the Coronavirus hope that the vaccine gives them a head start before the strain does any more damage. This week will also see a new...

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Nothing can scare off Investors

Nothing can scare off Investors

Nothing can scare off Investors. It has been 15 days into the new year, but it feels like a year’s worth of events has already occurred. Most notably: Capitol Attacks from Pro-Trump protesters Tesla, a company that technically does not make a profit (without the help of...

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GBP/USD ripe for 1.45

GBP/USD ripe for 1.45

GBP/USD ripe for 1.45 1.45 is a very specific target for GBP/USD. However, it’s a significant target as that’s where the Pound was before the Brexit referendum. Now the Brexit deal is done, what will push it back to that level again? GBP/USD catalyst halfway there It is clear...

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Oil markets seeing a brighter future

Oil markets seeing a brighter future

Oil markets seeing a brighter future 24th February 2020 was when the last time we saw oil hovering around the $55.80 mark. The Oil markets were hammered in 2020, taking investors and traders back to their economics 101 classes. However, unlike traditional markets, the Oil...

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