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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 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.

Commodities and Currencies Update 30 November 2015

30 Nov, 2015
A flat end to the shortened trading weeks in the US. The Shanghai Composite market fell over 5% on Friday on broad market concerns. Finally the commodities space was generally weaker on Friday especially in energies.

Commodities and Currencies Update 30 November 2015

30 Nov, 2015
A flat end to the shortened trading weeks in the US. The Shanghai Composite market fell over 5% on Friday on broad market concerns. Finally the commodities space was generally weaker on Friday especially in energies.

Commodities and Currencies Update 24th November 2015

24 Nov, 2015
Weaker trading was seen in the major index markets last evening as markets took stock after a strong previous week. Commodities in the energy space were higher but more so from contract rollover over than a great push higher. It was noted that OPEC and Saudi Arabia made commentary on reaching for price stabilisation in oil markets moving forward.

Commodities and Currencies Update 23rd November 2015

23 Nov, 2015
An overall flat finish to global markets on Friday, preserved general gains across US, Europe and Asia. The worrying sign remains commodities as we saw West Texas Crude, iron ore, natural gas and copper all perform poorly this week. The surprising sign was how well the Australian market held up with a gain of 4.5% for the week.

Commodities and Currencies Update 20 November 2015

20 Nov, 2015
A flat lead from Wall Street greets our local market this morning, the Aussie dollar performed strongly overnight as it climbed over 1% to trade closer to 72 cents. Finally the ag markets are again on the radar with El Nino creating concerns for output to be affected by drought in particular Coffee as it surged 5.5% overnight.

Commodities and Currencies Update 19 November 2015

19 Nov, 2015
Strong session in Europe and American should act as a catalyst for the local market today, the case for interest rate rises in the US are clearly again driving sentiment with many suggesting that December will be the date for lift off. Commodities were again broadly weaker with West Texas dipping below $40 USD a barrel before recovering to close above. The US dollar index also climbed higher. 

Commodities and Currencies Update 18 November 2015

18 Nov, 2015
AS commodities prices like iron ore, high grade copper and crude oil all slide to multi year lows the fate of the Australian market looks volatile. Expect the the market to open weaker and volumes on the majors could tell the story of where to next.

Commodities and Currencies Update 16 November 2015

16 Nov, 2015
The tragedy in Paris will dominate the news headlines this week which will add to already weak sentiment on markets domestically and in particular the commodities space. The open this morning will be weak and the mood of investors around the 5000 level will be important to watch.
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