Alejandro Zambrano
Alejandro Zambrano
Alejandro Zambrano leads the team at InvestingCube.com, and is also ATFX’s Global Chief Market Strategist. He combines extensive professional experience and a pragmatic attitude to trading, building clients’ understanding of the markets and the rationale behind investing. Before joining ATFX, Zambrano was the Chief Market Strategist of the FCA regulated broker, Amana Capital. Prior to that, he was also the Head Analyst at FXCM’s London research desk. Interact with Alex via Twitter at @AlexFX00.

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Gold Prices Try to Reach New Yearly-High as USD Slumps

Gold prices are on the rise again following a few days of limited price action and moments ago the price reached a fresh weekly high of $1785.46. Further gains in the XAU/USD, depending on the price taking out the July high of $1789.3. Failure to takeout the high might result […]

Q3, 2020 Global Market Outlook – EURUSD, Gold, Crude Oil, Bitcoin, S&P 500

The second quarter offered some great trading opportunities across all asset classes. As we head into the new quarter, I think market volatility will decline, yet I still think it will be a great quarter to trade. My rationale is that traders in stocks and FX, overreacted on the way...

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GBPAUD Could Slide 250 Pips on Break to June Low, BoE Turns Hawkish

GBPAUD is coming under pressure today, and on a break to the June low of 1.8052, the GBPAUD pair might resume its exaggerated slide from 2.08.

The Bank of England stroke a slightly more hawkish tone than expected at their June 18, 2020 interest rate meeting, by only opting to add £100 billion to their quantitate easing program. This amount was at the lower end of expectations according to the Financial Times.

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