NEW OFFERINGS - Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays. This is it. We're now into the final days of the year. It has been an amazing year and I am super excited to get going in 2017. We have so many new projects we are working on and I can't wait to get them going in the months ahead. One of these projects is a copy trading program that will let you all have the ability to access my account directly and trade right along with me. It simply comes down to the fact that after getting emails about this pretty much every day for the past couple of years, we've finally decided to move things forward on this front. We are taking all of the necessary steps to ensure the program is set up in the best possible way, so stand by and you will have more information shortly.
ENHANCED DASHBOARDS - If you've been with us since the start, you know how far we've come with the introduction of new products and tools and there are so many more features we are looking forward to integrating. We will be enhancing the dashboards page as well and I can't wait until you see what amazing features we have planned there. As a reminder, we have built up a fantastic bank research page and if you haven't taken advantage of the daily reports from this page, I would highly recommend you start looking in 2017. We have curated a list of daily reports issued by some major banks around the globe and these reports will give you an added insight into the major themes driving markets.
THIS WEEK - As far as markets go this week, I think it could go one of two ways. Either we do nothing and the ranges remain really tight in the thin holiday trade, or we see a lot of volatility with the US Dollar benefitting and pushing to fresh highs in the super light trade. As I already highlighted in the previous, this type of price action could take EURUSD to parity, GBPUSD to 1.1900 and USDJPY to 120.00. If things do get crazy, they will probably do so between now and Thursday. I don't think we see much going on Friday. The reason I don't see the Dollar selling off hard is because end of year price action has a way of usually pushing in the direction of the trend which means we probably don't see the Buck much lower. Anyway, let's see.