EUR/USD Trading Sentiment Analysis: Shift to Net-Long Positions Observed Since March 06, 2024

By Daniel M.

March 14, 2024   •   Fact checked by Dumb Little Man

Decline in Net-Short Traders by 17.40% Over the Past Week


The latest data on EUR/USD retail trading sentiment indicates a net-long position held by 51.50% of traders. The ratio of long to short traders stands at 1.06 to 1. Notably, this net-long stance has been maintained since March 06, 2024, when the EUR/USD was valued near 1.09, with a marginal price decrease of 0.09% observed since.

The proportion of traders net-long has surged by 25.63% compared to yesterday and by 27.10% over the past week. Conversely, traders holding net-short positions have diminished by 25.93% since yesterday and by 17.40% within the last week.

Adopting a contrarian perspective on crowd sentiment, the prevailing net-long positioning among traders hints at a potential downtrend for EUR/USD prices.

The current analysis underscores a significant shift to net-long positions in EUR/USD trading since March 06, 2024. This trend, alongside a notable increase in net-long traders and a decrease in net-short traders, strengthens the bearish outlook for EUR/USD from a contrarian viewpoint.

Daniel M.

Daniel Moore is a seasoned trading analyst with over 20 years of experience navigating the ever-evolving financial landscape. Renowned for his unconventional yet effective approach, Daniel utilizes a blend of technical and fundamental analysis to identify hidden gems and craft winning trade strategies. He is a master at demystifying complex market data and translating it into actionable insights for traders of all experience levels.

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