Alan Collins has been involved in the financial markets for more than 35-years. A Spot and Forward FX trader at Barclays, Head of Sales/Proprietary Trader based on technical analysis at KOP/Merita/Nordea and technical analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort. Since 2007, along with Steve Lucas, has provided live technical analysis to institutions and professional traders through subscription based 3cAnalysis.
Steve Lucas has worked in large financial institutions for over 30 years, initially in London as a US$ depot trader, then specialising in Swiss Franc arbitrage. Following this, most of his early career was as a spot AUDUSD trader, which led to running offices in New York and Sydney as Head of Trading and Sales. On his return to London in the mid-90's, Steve ran proprietary positions in all of the asset classes, using technical analysis to manage the bank's capital. Since 2007, working with Alan Collins, he has provided live technical analysis research to professional traders.
We provide clear, concise consistent live technical analysis that helps financial institutions and professional investors make money.
We strip out the technical 'jargon' from our narrative and present calls for 3 time frames in a clear and graphic form that remains consistent across all three asset classes.
3cAnalysis forecasts cover Foreign Exchange, Fixed Income and Equities. 14 FX pairs, 9 Fixed Income and 6 Equity Indices with calls made daily, weekly and quarterly and , importantly, this analysis is updated as price action dictates.
We publish daily trading ideasfrom Tuesday to Friday with a weekly forecast published on Monday.
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Clients use our forecasts to optimise the timing of their trades, hedge financial transactions and take trading positions. Each 3cANALYSIS recommendation contains everything needed to manage a specific trade and maximise profit potential.
In the example above EURUSD is forecast as Bearish below 1.3130 from London's 7am open. 1.3130 is the overnight high. There are 3 charts, each highlighting the technical reasons behind the conclusions that result in the Bearish call.
Our daily calls are the most practical to trade. They are published Tuesday to Friday with a high level of live updates to aid trading management.
Our analysts have an average of 36 years expertise in analysing financial markets using a combination of technical analysis, behavioural science and trading experience. So our clients consistently receive the very best assessment of market prospects.
Our calls can help improve the timing of the positions you need to hedge or give the opportunity to enter a trade based on our recommendation. All FX, Bond market and Stock indices calls are made with London's 7am open in mind and the success of our analysis is judged from that point until 1pm London time. If the call has been successful then the forecast is closed at that time. If not yet successful, but without the risk point being broken, or has lacked movement, then the call is open until 4pm (unless cancelled by an update).
Live price action throughout the trading day/session may alter analysis and so we send relevant updates as, and when, our assessment changes. New targets, reduction of exposure, changes to the risk level and the closing of any positions are sent via e-mail and immediately updated on the website.
Monday sees the publication of our calls for the coming week and the same principles are applied to these recommendations with the call beginning from London's 7am on Monday through until Friday. Updates are made in the same way as daily calls.
In addition another 26 markets are covered via our Trend Table page.
This table provides a brief summary of the trend for 14 FX currency pairs, 8 Equity Indices/Stocks and 4 Commodities, targets and a chart.he risk level and the closing of any positions are sent via e-mail and immediately updated on the website.
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Hypothetical and simulated performance results do not represent actual trading, may not account for actual market factors and have many limitations. Your accounts may not achieve similar profits or results. No representation is being made with respect to your accounts or circumstances, profits or results.
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