Month: February 2020

Here is the playbook for the week ahead While we still have clear this weekend’s China PMI data, and the South Carolina primary, the central focus next week will remain on the spread of the Coronavirus above all else as it has gripped the financial markets. We do also navigate through Super Tuesday, where a
When can you catch a bounce?   I came across a thought provoking article on Market’s Live Blog this am on the S&P500 futures chart. The piece was suggesting that some buyers might be buying S&P500 futures this am on the premise that after four big down days then a correction is due. Here was the
The importance of gauging market sentiment 101 Having returned from Dubai where I taught around 150 people how to trade the financial markets it has reminded me once again of going over the basics of trading. One of the most foundational aspects to grasp is that of sentiment, or put simply, the mood of the
Unpicking the jargon What is the Gold/silver ratio? The Gold/Silver ratio measures the relative strength of gold versus silver prices. It shows how many ounces of silver it takes to purchase one ounce of gold. To get this number, you divide the current gold price by the current silver price. When you have done this you now have