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Trump`s tax reform

PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:38 pm
by SuperForex
How does this new suggested legislation affect the US economy?
This week we chose to return our discussion to the political situation in the United States where we have another major news story: the new tax plan proposed by President Trump’s administration. This story is significant particularly because this is barely the second major piece of legislation that Trump’s office has produced. The first one was the now infamous health care bill which died a slow death in Congress, repeatedly. The failure of the administration then drove investors to doubt the stability of Trump’s mandate, which was a major contributor to the record lows of the American dollar registered up until last week. Can this new bill on taxes have the same impact? Let’s see!
First off, we need to acknowledge how important tax policy was to Trump’s presidential campaign. He had a few key issues that were the highlights of his rhetoric: immigration, repeal Obamacare, and a better tax policy, among a few that stand out the most. His attempts to curb immigration through travel bans have been met with major disapproval, his plans to repeal or replace Obamacare have failed, and now his proposal on tax policy is met with a lot of doubt before it’s even fully-defined. Trump’s previous failures managed to shake the dollar, so it is reasonable to argue that if his tax bill is a fiasco, he might hurt the American currency again.
The plan that Trump’s administration announced on Wednesday can hardly be called anything, according to experts. It contains vague outlines of the administration’s goals while it lacks clear explanations of how they propose to achieve them. The actual work on making this plan more meaningful still lies ahead and may take months, according to CNN. What we know for certain is that the plan will decrease the top income tax from 39.6 to 35%, giving a major advantage to the richest Americans. The proposal would suggests an increase of the ratio of income that is exempt from taxes, which would mean a lower tax for every individual. While this sounds great for people’s personal incomes, it would make a major dent in the budget of the United States, due to trillions of dollars of potential tax revenue not being collected.
Trump’s tax plan doesn’t provide any guidance on how the budget shortage will be compensated under such a policy. It also doesn’t prove that this new tax system won’t place a greater burden on the middle class, which Trump has stated he wants to protect. It very clearly benefits the rich, while it’s murky (at best) in terms of all other income groups in the United States.
The plan also suggests a simplification of the tax system by collapsing the current seven-step policy (where seven different income groups are taxed a different percentage, between 10% and 39.6% for the poorest and richest incomes, respectively). The new system would have just three groups: 12%, 25%, and 35%, but the income brackets for each tax rate are still unknown. It’s also interesting that some corporate taxes are proposed for the 25% rate instead of the 35%, which may cause a lot of tax fraud.
Considering how much information is missing from the proposal, it’s still very difficult to dissect it. However, Republicans themselves do not agree on many of these issues, not to mention that Democrats are not likely to support anything that cuts the taxes of the wealthy, so this piece of legislation is likely to have trouble passing through Congress – if it is ever completed.
Right now there might not be too much to this story as we still need to hear more concrete points about the tax bill. However, it’s worth it to stay tuned and watch out for further instability within the United States. They are already in the spotlight due to tensions with North Korea – any internal disorder would only worsen their economic climate and weaken the dollar.

SuperForex Seminar

PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 1:37 pm
by SuperForex
On October 28, 2017 SuperForex organized a dynamic trading seminar in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This special event was aimed at providing new insights into the Forex market for our traders and helping them find new, better ways to be profitable.

It was, in fact, quite a busy day in terms of trading tips and advice, thanks to our noted guest speakers.
This particular seminar was attended by more than 70 eager traders and Forex professionals. As always, we prepared a number of prizes for our loyal customers - we held a raffle at the end of the seminar where four certificates were awarded, of a total value of $1500.

You can see some of the most memorable moments from the seminar on our website.

We would like to thank everyone who managed to come and join us at this seminar. We sincerely hope you had a great day of learning and networking, and went home with new inspiration for even more ambitious, more successful trades!

Remember to follow our media outlets to learn about our upcoming events. We would love to see you there!


Visit our website: https://superforex.com

Powell Named Next Fed Chief

PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:39 pm
by SuperForex
Trump's nomination of Jerome Powell as next chief of the Federal Reserve didn't shock the markets.
For over a week now the financial markets were taking it easy on the American dollar. Investors almost stopped trading USD pairs this week as we all waited for one important announcement that happened yesterday – President Trump’s nomination of a new head of the Federal Reserve. He chose Jerome Powell for this position, so let’s take a look at what this entails.
To start with, it is important to remember that the President’s rule is not absolute – he cannot appoint a Fed chief, but merely nominate one. It is up to the Senate to decide whether they accept the nomination or not. So, technically speaking, Powell’s position is not 100% confirmed yet.
So, who is Jerome Powell? Unlike the previous Federal Reserve chiefs over the last 40 years, Powell does not have a PhD in Economics, but is instead a lawyer by training. However, he has had a long career within the finance world that includes investment banking, a position in the U.S. Treasury during Bush senior’s presidency, and a post as governor within the Federal Reserve for the last few years. He has been working closely with current head Janet Yellen, so he knows all about the current trend of policy making employed by the Fed. In many ways he seems like the perfect candidate for the job, since he’s already involved and up-to-date with the Fed.
In terms of his policy outlook, Powell has been on the same page as the current Fed chief Janet Yellen. That means that while the Federal Reserve in general plans to reduce its investments (after the 2008 crisis the Fed bought trillions of dollars worth of assets in order to boost the economy) and increase interest rates, Powell’s goal would be to do it slowly, gradually. Even though economic data from the United States is coming in consistently positive, the economy is still vulnerable to sudden changes. The Federal Reserve is also struggling with an issue of mixed signals – strong statistics and low unemployment are begging for a rate hike, but low inflation is saying it’s too early. It’s a tricky balance that Yellen has managed to keep with remarkable patience and attention to detail. It is expected that Powell’s approach will be similar.
The markets didn’t have a major reaction to the announcement. As evidenced above, Powell is expected to pretty much replace Yellen unnoticeably, with no major changes in policy. He was also rumored to be the top candidate for the job weeks before the announcement, due to his current prominent post within the Federal Reserve. He is also a Republican, which makes him an even more desirable choice for President Trump and a mostly-Republican Senate.
There was some space for surprise, in case Trump nominated someone else with a different economic opinion, such as John Taylor. The Stanford economist is known for his much more hawkish stance on monetary policy, and if he had been nominated, it is likely that the dollar would have received a major boost.
Since the nomination went on without any major surprises, we can say that in terms of the American dollar, in 2018 we expect things to continue in much the same way as now: slowly, patiently, with a close attention to each report on the American economy and inflation. Meanwhile, an interest rate increase in December, still under Yellen’s guidance, is still expected.

Seminar in KL

PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:38 pm
by SuperForex
We invite everyone to gain new knowledge and useful information for free.

Our seminar will be held very soon, so we want to remind you that you have little time to register, if you have not already done so. Our Forex Trading Seminar will be held on October 28, 2017 at the Arenaa Star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

You will have a unique chance to learn a lot of new information regarding the Forex market. Our speakers have prepared reports on various topics that will be of interest to both novices and experienced traders.

This year our speakers will be:
- Razak Mohd Nor
- Haji Azhar Ramli
- Dan Imran

12:00 - 12:30 - Registration
12:30 - 13:30 - “SuperForex Company Profile” by Haji Azhar Ramli
13:30 - 14:45 - “Forex Market Outlook” by Razak Mohd Nor
14:45 - 15:15 - Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:30 - “Support & Resistance in Forex” by Dan Imran
16:30 - 17:00 - The final lottery

It would be our great honor if you can come to this seminar. Participation in the seminar is free, it is only necessary to fill in the registration form on the site.



Re: SuperForex - Company News

PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:55 pm
by SuperForex
Results of the conference in Singapore
Good news from our company!

On October 21, 2017 Superforex participated in the prestigious international Forex conference ShowFx in Singapore. Our efforts to create the best partnership program have not gone unnoticed. We are returning from Singapore with the “Best Affiliate Program 2017” award by ShowFx.

Along with our partners’ success, this award once again shows that we’ve reached our goal.
Everyone who decided to become our partner and work with us can benefit from the best conditions for cooperation.

We’ve created various such opportunities:

Being our Introducing broker
FX Signal Provider
FX Advisor Seller
FX Education Project
Investment Project

If you are confident enough and have the desire to join us - we are always happy to connect!
You can find more photos from the Conference here: https://superforex.com/offline

SuperForex merchandise

PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 2:08 pm
by SuperForex
Our design team worked hard and came up with a new piece of SuperForex merchandise exclusively for our partners.

If you are a SuperForex partner, this fashionable black T-shirt with collar and SuperForex branding could be yours - for free!

All you need to do to obtain it is reach a certain target. To learn more, simply get in touch with our Partnership Department - they will explain the process and also get your mailing information, so that the shirt can be shipped to you.

Our partners from all countries in Asia will also be able to receive their T-shirts at dedicated meetings with SuperForex company representatives.

You can contact the Partnership Department using the following methods: +65-3-1590282 (International format)

Also you can find more merchandise products here: https://superforex.com/merchandise

Oil Moving Towards Balance

PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:19 pm
by SuperForex
With new developments in Saudi Arabia, the oil seems to be climbing up.
A lot has been going on with the commodity markets lately, so we decided that this week it’s high time we revisited one of the key topics on the financial markets – crude oil.
More information see here https://superforex.com/analytics/oil-moving-towards-balance

Markets Are in Decline

PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:33 pm
by SuperForex
The British pound continues to fall.
After the announcement by the US Senate on the introduction of a tax reform in 2019, the stock markets have reacted in a slight decrease and stopped the 8-week dollar rally.
More information see here

EUR/USD Technical Analysis

PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 2:42 pm
by SuperForex
Today a number of macroeconomic indicators are going to be released, as well as a number of statements from heads and members of the central banks of Europe and the United States.
More information see here

Oil(CL/WTI): Review & Short-Term Forecast

PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:30 pm
by SuperForex
Oil came under pressure due to new forecasts about global demand for crude oil which show balance on the market won't be achieved in the near future amid increasing extraction of shale oil in the USA.
More information see here