Tips by Kathy Lien

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The rise in oil prices has brought a great big smile to the faces of oil producers - and a nice fat boost to their pocketbooks. Oil consumers, on the...
Many traders wonder whether it is worthwhile to buy into a system or a signal package. System and signals fall into three general categories depending...
Every trader is different, but the best trading style is probably a combination of both technical and fundamental analysis. Fundamentals can easily...
Between 2003-2005, the correlation between the Canadian dollar and oil prices has been approximately 80%. Canada is the ninth largest producer of...
Generally speaking, each merger and acquisition deal can have a very different impact on the currency market, and one of the ways to interpret the...
Japan imports 99% of its oil (compared to the U.S., which imports 50%). It is one of the world's largest net oil importers. Japan's lack of domestic...
The equity market can impact the currency market in many different ways. For example, if a strong stock market rally happens in the U.S., with the Dow...
The top three currencies that have the tightest correlations with commodities are the Australian dollar, the Canadian dollar and the New Zealand...
Gold traders may also be surprised to hear that trading the Australian dollar is just like trading gold. As the world's third largest producer of...
Generally speaking, when gold prices rise, the Australian dollar appreciates as well. The proximity of New Zealand to Australia makes Australia a...
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