Pre-Market Study Hall
- November 7th, 2010
Last week, was a tremendous week. The RBA raised rates. The Fed and the BoJ ushered in QE2. UK economy continued to show signs of strength in services and manufacturing while the Eurozone showed slowing robustness in its economy. The US economy added 151,000 jobs to its economy even while wages, and therefore spending, continue to sag. And Trichet laughably continued to support the strong USD policy. The fundamental landscape changed somewhat last week with all the definitive actions by the various central banks.
- Five world markets themes next week (Reuters) via @jennablan
- SNB Ready to Act if Franc Fuels Deflation Risks, Danthine Says (Bloomberg Businessweek) via @alaidi
- Euro Awaits Tonight’s Greek Election (AshrafLaidi.com) by @alaidi
- Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (CME Group Magazine) by @CMEGroup
- Strong Payrolls Report Sends USD Sharply Higher (FX360) by @FX360
- Global anger swells at Fed actions (Reuters) via @jennablan
- Bernanke answers Fed’s global critics (Reuters) via @jennablan [Bernanke has defend the Fed’s decision on QE2 3 times this weekend. That can’t be good. The other links are below:
- Traders wisdom part (7) ” Taking Loses in your Trading” (Freshly Squeezed Pips) by @tweetertrades
- The Abundant Trading Framework (Investing with Options) by @stevenplace
- Mathematically Optimal but Psychologically Wrong (StockTickr) via @maoxian
The Pre-Market Study Hall is a step away from the charts and a look at 2 things: 1) The fundamentals that may drive the markets in the trading week ahead; and 2) The individual trader psychology for self-improvement.
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Lydia Idem has been investing in equities for 16 years and trading currencies actively for 5 and a half years. Her trading style is simple and short term. With a special feel for sterling, Lydia trades almost exclusively the GBPUSD and EURGBP. You can follow Lydia on Twitter and StockTwits... (more)