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Currency Strength and Weakness for Thursday 17th December 2015 – Final analysis for 2015

Discussion in 'Andrew Mitchem- Daily Strengths and Weaknesses' started by Andrew Mitchem, Dec 16, 2015.

  1. Andrew Mitchem

    Andrew Mitchem Special Consultant to the FPA

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    Hi Forex Trader,

    I make my suggestions every day based on where I see the market heading over the next 24 hours. Use my analysis below to aid your trading and to help you keep on the right side of the market.



    Overall there is strength in the AUD, NZD and USD.

    Overall there is weakness in the GBP, JPY, EUR and CAD.



    Trading Directions I am favouring for the next 24 hours


    Buy Trades – AUD/JPY, AUD/CAD, CHF/JPY, NZD/JPY, NZD/CAD, USD/JPY

    Sell Trades – EUR/AUD, GBP/AUD, GBP/NZD




    VERY IMPORTANT: These are not specific trades. Do not blindly place trades in the directions given above. Use your own trading strategy and look at taking setups that occur in the same direction as my daily analysis. If you don't have your own trading strategy then email me here for help.


    A free copy of my Forex journey "From Dairy Farmer to Forex Trader" is available on video, mp3 or PDF file by clicking on my signature below.

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    **Today is the final day for my Daily Analysis for the year. I will start trading again on Monday 11th January 2016.**

    Have a fantastic Christmas

    Andrew


    - Andrew Mitchem
    The Forex Trading Coach
    Professional Forex Trader and Educator

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  2. Pitso Moloi

    Pitso Moloi Recruit

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    Even all of these predictions were a total opposite of what you suggested. Except for only only one pair, the USD/JPY. I don't know if this is all intentional or maybe we should consider trading the opposite of what your saying everyday?
     

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