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This Week In Forex, Crypto, And Stocks – June 3, 2019

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Hi investors! Here’s your 5-minute overview of the forex, crypto, and stock markets with hot stories that may have an impact on your investment strategy.

Forex Market Overview

Let’s start with the Forex Market.  The biggest story coming out of last week was the Trump administration’s sudden decision to issue an additional set of tariffs against Mexico. This decision saw the dollar immediately drop in spending power and created additional uncertainty for many of the US’s top trading partners.

This week, speculators are eagerly awaiting the release of the non-farm payroll in addition to several other beginning-of-the-month reports. North of the border, the Canadian Dollar has been down, largely due to drops in crude oil prices.

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The outcomes of the European elections had a much smaller effect than initially predicted, resulting in a relatively level week for the Euro. The Pound still remained down, following more concerns about Brexit. This week, traders will be keeping a close eye on a major speech from the Bank of England.

As the economies of Europe and North America floundered, the yen remained as of last week’s top performer. With Japan’s economy looking stable and few announcements on the horizon, you can expect the yen to likely remain ahead of its competition.  If you’re new to forex trading, my book, Invest Divas Guide to Making Money in Forex is the best place to start.

Taking a Closer Look at USD/JPY

From a technical standpoint, the USD/JPY pair has confirmed below the key support level of 108 after Friday’s massive bearish engulfing. It has also finally broken below the weekly Ichimoku Cloud and therefore could be on the way to reach the 23% Fibonacci retracement level at 107.07.
USD/JPY Technical Analysis on Weekly Chart

USD/JPY Weekly Chart – Technical Analysis Based on Fibonacci And Ichimoku

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Crypto Market Overview

Next is the crypto market. Following a positive close out to the weekend, Bitcoin began this week on a negative note, dropping in value to around $8,500. Despite this drop, May was still an incredibly positive week for Bitcoin, which increased in value by nearly 50 percent.

As the world’s leading coin, many of Bitcoin’s movements were reflected by its competitors. However, there is also concern that many of this year’s hottest coins have begun to “exhaust” themselves. Though there are few signs that market has taken a permanently bearish direction, June will likely be a less fruitful month for the crypto market as a whole.

 

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Bitcoin SV—a member of a long series of Bitcoin “spin-offs”—posted the best total growth figures of all the major coins in May, which has attracted the attention of many top investors. However, as I mentioned in my Tweet on Monday, I’m not convinced you should be hodling BSV.

 

 

Other key performers to watch this month include Chainlink, Bitcoin Gold, and Dent.

Last week, the SEC announced the possibility of offering relief for select ICOs, which may reduce the overall risk of entering into the industry. Japan, on the other hand, seems to be moving in the opposite direction, issuing several high-cost rules for crypto firms. If you’re wondering how you can take your crypto investing to the next level, don’t forget to get your free copy of my new book, Cryptocurrency Investing For Dummies

Stock Market Overview

Last but not least is the stock market. As we saw with the forex market, the biggest story coming out of the stock market last week was Trump’s new tariffs imposed against Mexico. Following the announcement of these tariffs, the stock market began a multi-day decline. Since last Tuesday, the Dow has dropped around 800 points.

The stock market opened this week with even more complications, with anti-trust measures hurting Google, Facebook, Apple, and other major firms. As markets continue to sort themselves out and additional cases are taken to trial, expect to see above-average volatility from the tech giants.

We’ll pay close attention to the SEC’s anti-trust actions, as well as the development of retaliatory tariffs from Mexico. Other developing stories to pay attention to include the potential merging of Fiat-Chrysler and Renault, and moving oil prices as we approach the peak travel season.

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This brings me back to you. Which markets you’ll be focusing on this week and why? After you subscribed, head over to the comment section, give me a shoutout and let me know.

Remember that as the 4th point of the IDDA technique, you must calculate your risk tolerance before deciding on the investment strategy that is suitable for your portfolio. Don’t forget to complete your risk management due-diligence before developing your investment strategy.

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