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Aaron Lynch

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Aaron Lynch is the Chief Strategist for Safety in the Market and is a regular and valued instructor at educational seminars across the globe. Aaron's trading career began in 1999 and he has extensive experience trading shares, options and commodities, especially his favourite market, oil futures. Aaron is also a regular contributor to industry publications including Yahoo! 7 Finance, Your Trading Edge magazine and Stocks & Commodities magazine and is a sought-after commentator on financial issues in the press and on radio. Aaron's primary advice to those looking to get started trading in the stock market: "It's one thing to have the desire to trade but quite another to develop the necessary skills to trade successfully. Education is the all-important first step for anyone serious about making money in the stock market."

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Commodities and Currencies Update 11th December 2015

11 Dec, 2015
A retreat in the last hour of trade last night will greet the local market this morning. The International Equity space was quieter last night, however, energies continued to slide with natural gas at a significant technical low.

Commodities and Currencies Update 9th December 2015

9 Dec, 2015
Weak import data into China started the sentiment for weaker numbers in the Asian, European and US sessions. The impact of weaker commodities is also being seen as energies again weighed on the market.

Commodities and Currencies Update 7 December 2015

7 Dec, 2015
A strong close to international equity markets will greet the local market today, a strong performance in precious metals will be a potential catalyst for the local market today. The continuing drag from energies will also play a part.

Commodities and Currencies Update 2nd December 2015

2 Dec, 2015
Overall a bullish evening on most index markets and a rising tide in the commodities space, this was helped by a weaker US dollar index. The Aussie dollar pushed to fresh highs ahead of some economic data released today.

Commodities and Currencies Update 1st December 2015

1 Dec, 2015
A new month springs hope that the worst of the years volatility is behind us. The US and Asian index markets were mainly flat for the month with the German Dax up nearly 5% for the month. The US dollar index was also up for the month and this placed continued pressure on commodities. The Aussie dollar preformed better than one may have imagined up 1.42% for the month.
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