It has been sometime since we last looked at the relationship between the US dollar (USD) and the Australian dollar (USD/AUD). Today seemed like an opportune time to look at this cross and to figure out where it is headed using our "Trade Triangle" technology.
We're also using MarketClub's Fibonacci tool. If you have not seen this tool in action, I strongly recommend that you watch today's video.
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Today, we are dissecting and examining one of my favorite markets ... the Forex market. The Forex market is the biggest market in the world and is traded on a 24/7 basis.
What makes these markets so exciting is the fact that they have a very strong tendency to trend, that is, once they get started in one direction they tend to continue in that direction for some time.
I learned how to trade Forex in the trading pits of Chicago where I was a member of the IMM, a division of the Chicago Mercantile exchange. The CME has grown dramatically over the years, and I have many fond memories of trading in the old exchange in Chicago. Today, you can trade the stock of the CME (NASDAQ_CME).