Mr. Boris Schlossberg is Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK AssetManagement and Co-Founder of BKForex.com. Widely known as a leading foreign exchange expert,Boris has more than 20 years of financial market experience.
His career on Wall Street began over 2 decades ago with Drexel Burhnam Lambert and during that time he has traded a variety of financial instruments, from equities and options to stock index futures and foreign exchange. In 2004, Boris joined FXCM and helped start the firm's FX Education initiative.
In 2005, he joined the research team as senior currency strategist and provided fundamental and technical analysis to the company's global network of individual and institutional customers, as well as financial media outlets.
In 2007, while still at FXCM, Boris started BKForex Advisors with Ms. Kathy Lien. A year later, Boris joined Global Futures & Forex Ltd as director of currency research where he provided research and analysis to clients and managed a global foreign exchange analysis team with Kathy Lien.
His daily currency research is widely quoted by Reuters, Dow Jones and Agence France Presse newswires and appears in numerous newspapers worldwide. Mr. Schlossberg has written for SFO magazine, Active Trader and Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities.
He is the author of "Technical Analysis of the Currency Market and "Millionaire Traders: How Everyday People Beat WallStreet at its Own Game, both of which are published by Wiley.
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The market is watching dollar weakness and its relationship with one major currency, Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management writes.
Something notable is happening between the U.S. dollar/Japanese yen relationship and its correlation with various markets.
If stocks are relying on low rates, the rally is in trouble.
The dollar is starting off the week on a positive footing, as political trouble in Europe sends the euro lower.
Markets' positive momentum has been sapped by the Trump administration's political follies, writes Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management.