Greg McKenna

Chief Market Strategist, AxiTrader

Greg McKenna has been working in financial markets since 1988. He is a Trader, Behavioural Finance & Economics Guy who had run billions of dollars as a fund manager at State Super, was Australia's first currency strategist at Westpac, was NAB's head of currency strategy and also Treasurer of a large building society.

For the past three years Greg had been running his own economic, trading and banking consultancy at gregmckenna.com.au, and he is Contributing Editor Markets and Economics at Business Insider Australia. 

Greg holds a Bachelor of Business (banking and finance) from Monash University and a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University. 

He's also a nice guy who loves his family, his mastiff, surfing, and sharing his knowledge and love of markets and trading.

Articles by Greg McKenna

The Australian dollar failed above 75 cents - I sense an investor rerating which could drive it sharply lower

With the RBA reluctant to cut the Australian economy increasingly looks like it needs a lower Aussie dollar. 

Is that a top I see for the Euro?

Looking for a move back to 1.11.

Video: Market Morning - 26 May

Oil collapsed as OPEC failed to deliver anything extra. But stocks ignored the energy sectors weakness and the sellers cam for the Aussie dollar. Something interesting is happening there.

Oil collapses after OPEC meeting, stocks hit new records: Markets Wrap

New records for US stocks as an absence of sellers outweighs a big fall in oil and energy stocks.  

Here's the zone OPEC is trying to drive crude oil into

Much is expected of this meeting but $52.39 is the key for WTI.

The Australian dollar bounced strongly from China downgrade lows amid US dollar slippage

A solid bounce but 0.7516 needs to break to open further topside. 

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