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Angelo Airaghi

Angelo Airaghi

Contributor since: 13 Nov 2011

  • U.S. Stocks Are Reaching a Critical Juncture

    Published 10 July 2016 | viewed 0 times

    Brexit was not expected, and a period of adjustment is needed. The U.S. dollar should continue rising, while U.S. stocks could decline sharply over the…

  • Stocks Should Keep on Climbing

    Published 28 November 2015 | viewed 0 times

    The Fed will probably rise rates in December. Hikes should be a gradual, while the monetary policy will remain accommodative. What could happen to the…

  • EURUSD Could Decline Short-Term

    Published 26 September 2015 | viewed 0 times

    The Fed is holding rates steady, while Europe might increase its quantitative easing program. What will happen to the EUR/USD? As expected, the United States…

  • Short-Term Correction for The US Dollar?

    Published 18 February 2015 | viewed 0 times

    The European economy is improving and could strengthen by year-end. Germany continues as the leading force, while Spain is growing at double the pace of…

  • 2015: Will the US Dollar Continue The Uptrend?

    Published 17 December 2014 | viewed 0 times

    While the rest of the world is on the brink of recession, the US might increase interest rates, and the US dollar could continue its…

  • Will US Stocks Correct Short-Term?

    Published 07 September 2014 | viewed 0 times

    In the US, the job market showed another decrease in the pace of job creation. In Europe, economic growth remains subdued. The Federal Reserve should…

  • ECB: More To Come?

    Published 15 June 2014 | viewed 0 times

    The ECB (European Central Bank) introduced a huge package of measures to inspire economic growth. EURUSD stays under pressure in the medium term, but could…

  • EUR/USD: At Key Resistance Lines

    Published 12 April 2014 | viewed 0 times

    Technical and fundamental factors seem to support EUR/USD falling to 1.36/1.32 over the medium term. Europe: Recovering, but not so fast During April's meeting, the…

  • The US Dollar Could Soon Bottom Out

    Published 28 February 2014 | viewed 0 times

    The US will continue to unleash its bond-buying program, while Europe could cut rates again in the coming months. The US dollar should rise against…

  • US Dollar: Will It Increase Short-Term?

    Published 26 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Expectations are mounting over the Fed reducing its Treasury program in December, which could cause the US dollar index to appreciate to 81.60 in the…

  • The SP500 Index Could Bounce Short-Term

    Published 05 October 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The standoff between Republicans and Democrats over "Obamacare" is currently unfolding. However, the real test will occur on October 17, when a decision on whether…

  • Will Stocks Correct in September?

    Published 11 August 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Historically, September is the worst month for stocks and the S&P 500 Index could correct to 1660/1640. For now, however, the longer term prospective stays…

  • US Bond Yields: Are They Targeting 4%?

    Published 08 July 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The eurozone remains under pressure, and the euro currency could soon test the lower Bollinger Band at 1.2740. On the contrary, in the US, economic…

  • EUR/USD: The Decline Might Be Over

    Published 31 May 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In the coming months, EURUSD could rebound to 1.32 and eventually to 1.36, if the level of 1.3270 is overcome. The Eurozone has bottomed, but…

  • SP500 Index: Will It Correct to 1,500?

    Published 20 April 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Last week, gold lost 15% from its recent peak. The mild inflationary picture and a tepid global economic recovery should contract US stock trends and…

  • US Economy: Consolidation Or Slowdown?

    Published 07 April 2013 | viewed 0 times

    In the US, economic data has been mixed lately. Employment numbers have surprised on the downside, while growth has contracted in some sectors. Europe, on…

  • Cyprus is Safe for Now. What Can Happen Next?

    Published 31 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The little state-island might be safe, but faith in the Eurozone is decreasing. In the United States, the economic momentum remains and stocks are testing…

  • The Euro Zone is Under Pressure Again

    Published 23 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    Last week, the Fed kept the monetary policy unchanged, but might reduce quantitative easing 3 (QE3) sometimes this year. In reality, investors are focusing on…

  • Stocks: Boom or Bust?

    Published 17 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The S&P 500 index is quickly approaching its key resistance line at approximately 1600. This line corresponds to the index's high from the last 13…

  • Will Stocks Correct?

    Published 02 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    The Italian elections had virtually no winners, while in the US sequestration is now a reality. Incertitude should continue for the short term, and the…