Interest rate differentials now rising to the top!

In 2007 the world changed, and for traders changed beyond recognition. Prior to these cataclysmic events most financial markets operated on one where price discovery was the norm, and most currencies could be considered to be free floating. All of … Continue reading

Euro bears will be happy at last!

Following on from my recent post about the US dollar, in which I suggested that perhaps the second half of the year would be better for the greenback, in the last few days this has certainly been the case. And … Continue reading

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Where next for the big Mac?

With earning season now in full swing, I thought it would be interesting to consider one of the Dow’s bellwether stocks, namely McDonalds which is due to report tomorrow. The analysts’ consensus view is that the stock is a mild … Continue reading

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USD/JPY – find better trades in the Yen cross pairs

The USD/JPY continues to deliver a masterclass in patience for longer term traders, with the long term consolidation phase continuing once again last week, as the pair closed with a narrow spread down candle on the weekly chart, ending the … Continue reading

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Time for a US dollar rally?

2014 is supposed to be the year of the US dollar, but to date the currency of first reserve has shown little desire to rise, and in fact since the start of the year has slide steadily lower, moving from … Continue reading

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No sign just yet of a major correction

With both summer and earning season now in full swing, it may be a good time to review the current state of the benchmark US indices, namely the ES, NQ & YM. For non futures traders these are the e-mini … Continue reading

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Volume & big draw in inventories combine to help oil futures

Crude oil futures finally managed to find some bullish momentum today, courtesy of the oil inventories from Cushing, which helped oil to reclaim the $100 per barrel level, to currently trade at the time of writing at $101.26 per barrel. … Continue reading

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Currency futures reaction……..post Yellen

With Janet Yellen’s testimony now consigned to history, time to review our four currency futures to see how her words have impacted these pairs. Starting with the AUD/USD July’s recent fake out is well and truly over with the pair … Continue reading

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Amazon stock price breaks out on excellent volume

Yesterday’s strong gains for equity markets around the world, and the US markets in particular, helped to add further bullish momentum to Amazon. Following Friday’s breakout from the recent congestion phase, the stock is now looking to build further on … Continue reading

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Where gold goes – silver follows!

The plunge in gold prices yesterday, rocked the markets with the precious metal shedding over $30 per ounce in the futures market as the big operators finally triggered the move in a classic pump and dump operation. Where gold goes, … Continue reading

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Pump and dump – a classic example on gold!

For those of you reading this analysis who are perhaps unfamiliar with the term, pump and dump, let me explain it briefly for you. It is a slang term used to describe how naive investors are lured into buying worthless … Continue reading


Market opportunities and giving up the day job!

Question I would like to personally thank you for all the effort in writing those books because vpa actually helped me get a grip in the fx market. I would like to ask you a question if it is not … Continue reading

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Relational aspects of trading explained

Question Hi Anna. Have been reading Forex for Beginners and I have a couple of questions if you have time. First, when considering the Relational Approach as discussed in your book, I see the problem with trading pairs which correlate, … Continue reading

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Patience is the key when trading a breakout

Question Dear Ms.Coulling,I’m a reader of A Complete Guide to Volume Price Analysis from China. I’m writing the letter right after I finished the book to show my thanks. This is truly a great book for a new hand like … Continue reading


Use currency futures to provide an alternative view of the spot market

Question Hi, i brought 3 of your books, i recently have read the “A Complete Guide to Volume Price Analysis”. i know something about anomalies from your book, for this pair: usd/cad i saw many anomalies to down side, so it will … Continue reading

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Catch up with my Fxstreet forecasts

Hope over to FXstreet to find my latest thoughts and forecasts for many of the major and cross currency pairs. Here you can find my weekly, monthly and quarterly forecasts. Have a great week’s trading ahead – all best wishes … Continue reading

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Trading questions I’m often asked

Question Hello Anna, I must say, I am utterly and pleasantly surprised that I got a response from you. I thank you. I have heard your advice as far as not starting to invest in the FOREX market starting out. … Continue reading

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A Complete Guide to Volume Price Analysis

A Complete Guide to Volume Price Analysis

Read the book, then read the market.

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This book is like big thing in small packet written in precisely great depth in very easy to understand manner. And the topic cover under this book like VPA(volume price analysis)and VSA (volume spread analysis) is explained in detail and unique way with charts and examples. And also this book shows the working of market from insider (big boys) side of view which make this book even more unique. Once again thank you very very much Anna for writing this book. Waiting for more books from you.

Volume Price Analysis

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A Three Dimensional Approach to Forex Trading

A Three Dimensional Approach to Forex Trading

Answers the question - where is the market going next?

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Success for many traders remains an elusive dream, and whilst the trading process itself is relatively simple and straightforward, the markets themselves are most certainly not. Indeed of the four principle markets, forex is the most complex of all, and yet is promoted as one that could be your own personal ATM machine. Nothing could be further from the truth, which is why many aspiring traders ultimately fail and either give up, or move on. This is a great shame, as it’s not their fault, and is simply because no-one has ever explained how the markets, and in particular, the forex markets, really work.

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The forex market sits at the heart of the financial world. After all, every decision by every speculator, trader or investor is about one thing, and one thing only – money. The FX market embraces every aspect of risk and return in financial terms, which is then overlain with the political and central bank manipulation, all part and parcel of this world.

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