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Forex Forum Archive for 01/21/2008

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MNB 23:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I am new to trading, but looking at the current GBP/USD situation, its a real hot potato. No amount of speculation can acurately predict resistance or support levels. The general sentiment in the market is sell, unless there is good reason i.e central bank intervention/cash infusion to buy the sterling God knows how low its going to drop. Logic tells me a perpetual drop or rise is not possible unless the currency is in free fall. I feel its hit near bottom for the time being, and is likely to range up by 200 - 400 pips but not before testing 1.9250. Brace your selves

Syd 23:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
More chatter about a 50bpt cut as market opens

US SW 23:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
OK, Here is my prediction on the EURUSD...If we break the Major support of 1.4270 we may free fall to the 140 area..., but this is highly unlikey because the US FED will probably Push more liqidity in the system makeing the dollar weaker by cutting intrest rates. We would then see a retracement to 148.50 inatilly. with that said..I will cross my fingers and buyanything under 144 with no stops of course/

Syd 23:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
While Topix, Nikkei performance has extended its abysmal run into 2008, some traders, analysts note foreign selling on Tokyo stocks looking surprisingly modest considering extent of recent falls. Proprietary traders were by far largest group of net sellers last week, according to TSE data. One possible explanation is most long-only investors heavily underweight Japan already given sell-off last year

Syd 23:47 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA BAY 23:45 I do yes

USA BAY 23:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
SYD,

Dont you think there is a good chance of aud/usd testing 0.8550?? tia

Syd 23:44 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven 23:42 GMT hi, once we get the CPI out the way tomorrow think aussie will perform

USA BAY 23:43 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I think eur/jpy is still a sell, wont be surprised to see 149.90/70 levels

Va Raven 23:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Syd, come on, aud/usd pair? They must be kidding.

USA BAY 23:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
US SW,

Yes agree with you on gbp/jpy, there is a support at 208.xx and we can see it there before any downmove.

US SW 23:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
THATS ASIA OFCOURSE

US SW 23:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LOOKS like there were was MAJO pofit taking by the BIG institutions today..I think the dow will just sill quietly tommorrw...there waiting for some GEO political news to carry the Market...

US SW 23:33 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
maybe....but my TA see a upword move to 209 before a nother pullback to 197

"As for gbp/jpy, seems like 195 is a big probability before we see any upmove."

US SW 23:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
sold my cadusd long...to much risk here in the short term...back in under 101

Syd 23:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
MARKET TALK: AUD/USD Oversold Under 0.8600 - Suncorp

London NYAM 23:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA BAY 23:09//199/200 is pretty fierce resistance. we are talking about a very intense time. DAX down 7%?!. Its not the year low, but i think we are close to the weekly low so, buy crazy chicken nonsense with a reasonable stop below.
We are on the cusp between signs and with a full moon. i want to strngle the idiot poster, that's a pretty good indicator. something is brewing and i dont think its a continuation signal. key is the level and tolerance. need to be ready...

Syd 23:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
S & P And Nasdaq Futures have now turned to the upside CNBCasia

USA BAY 23:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
MARIBOR,

Hi, can you share your view for eur/aud, seems like we can see some correction to 50% fib at 1.6325. tia

USA BAY 23:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

As for gbp/jpy, seems like 195 is a big probability before we see any upmove.

Gen dk 23:02 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
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London NYAM 23:02 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LDN Mahmood 22:45//he just dont get it.
“wasting time with idiotic chirps” sounds like what i am doing with you, the king of chirping. Once and for all, just lay it out. If you have the balls, because, i can assure you, for every trader enthralled by your claims, there are 3 real traders who want to smack you with a 5-iron. I am doing this for ff not just for me. You are a waste of space. Put up or shut up. or alternatively just do what you are doing. Put the peaceful guru hat down, it does'nt fit you.

Bay//thanks doing just fine. Waiting for Godot. RE cad im with caba 104.00/15 should be a barrier otherwise this move is part one of a major usd acceleration.
mw//apprecited. i like challenge especially whren the field is yellow. But frankly if i have to listen to much more of this big-headed moron, you guys can have him.

US SW 23:00 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BUY BACK your CABLEYEN said the NURSE...I said NEVER!!!

USA BAY 22:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA ZEUS

"Just let your trades do the talking and all will be well"

That's a good one, now you can start being an example by following your own words. Good trades.

austin mw 22:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NYAM, just ignore.. like your views and keep up the great work.. gl gt

USA BAY 22:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM

Having broken the 61.8% Fibo of the major 1.0900-9050 USDCAD should test 1.0500 . Only a break below the 1.0168 Fibo support signals a downtrend.

USA Zeus 22:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008

And I never claimed any "big shot" status. And I do not dissappear on losing trades etc...More empty firepower after a day of ammo-less attacks re" GBP/USD trade from the top still core short 2.11xx.

Remember too how this all started today and that may help you with your anger management issues.

Just let your trades do the talking and all will be well.

Have a good one!

Malaysia puteraku73 22:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Looking for the right time to sell eur/jpy....

USA BAY 22:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM

The 1.9450-1.9500 is key area of support. a bounce bacK to 1,9700 is possible, but should it the support break the pair could go all the way to 1.9150. Pls feel free to comment. Tia

USA Zeus 22:46 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008
LMAO! The trades speak for themselves. Quit trying so hard and cut your losses instead of losing your cool with idiotic chirps.

LDN Mahmood 22:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 22:20 GMT // Go for the jugular :)

I think the post below sums it up all - absolutely spot on!

Global-View 18:39 GMT October 11, 2007
Subject:
USA Zeus 17:17 GMT October 11, 2007 - we will end this discussion very simply and what we have said to you ad nauseum in the past.

If you act in a professional manner, we nor anyone else will have a problem. If you come across as a teflon king, never losing, always boasting, mixing in alot of gibberish and over posting, it becomes an irritant.

If you act more like you did today, explaining your strategy so your actions do not mislead the newbie type trader, we have no problem. One suggestion and what we have said to you before - opt for quality over quantity in your posts = don't over post. It will serve us and you alot better.

This ends the discussion so no reply is necessary.

Alaska Moon 22:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008
Alaska Moon 22:39 GMT January 21, 2008
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Thanks for the kind words !! I am flat now...just covered a good short Eur/Yen....
Good luck to you !!
Moon

USA BAY 22:44 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

Hope everything is well. Good trades to you.

FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Alaska Moon 22:39 GMT January 21, 2008

Gotta love your little inputs and comments here and there! Hope all is well with your trading. You in anything at the moment Moon?

US SW 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NURSE, MAY I HAVE A NOTHER, THE PAIN IS INCURIBLE....she says "YOU BETTER CASH IN HONEY"///I REPLIED....THE PAIN JUST STARTED

London NYAM 22:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:37 GMT January 21, 2008
London NYAM 22:26 GMT January 21, 2008

You really are pathetic.
-------
You really are a loser. you claim to be such a big shot with these great calls and yet when it comes to the crunch you just hide behind your general random calls that could go either way and when it swings one way you bark on about it like a little chi wawa. And if it goes against you you disappear.
You are the definition of pathetic.
Take a challenge or stfu.

US SW 22:40 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
MAJOR SELLING PRESSURE ON THE GBP/YEN$$$$$$$$

Alaska Moon 22:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:37 GMT January 21, 2008
London NYAM 22:26 GMT January 21, 2008
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NURSE !!!! Would you please dispense medication to these two ??

Va Raven 22:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I see, caba, and agree with the reasoning.
But conclusion for a cad plus maybe too early. Cad has to go with the main market against dollar.

lkwd jj 22:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
would like to sell closer to 106. but may not get the chance.

USA Zeus 22:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 22:26 GMT January 21, 2008

You really are pathetic. You started all of this with a personal rage on a genral observation I made. You had no ammo and still don't. I simply defended the truth and my posts/position bias etc. Seems now you have really lost your cool trying to prove something or become something. Relax. We are all friends here.

This is a great legendary time to trade. Focus on that instead.
Wish you the best just the same as always friend. GLGT!


Malaysia puteraku73 22:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
lkwd jj 22:30 GMT January 21, 2008
if the lows in $Y are connected from aug to nov, the target would be 10480 area . 100 pips lower than current level.


Sounds "spicy" OR "hot & spicy" to me.... :)

lkwd jj 22:30 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
if the lows in $Y are connected from aug to nov, the target would be 10480 area . 100 pips lower than current level.

US SW 22:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
:)CABLEYEN

Malaysia puteraku73 22:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Looking for "spicy pips" today... :))

London NYAM 22:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:22//Somehow i figured you would back out. Where's the rubber chicken now?
No sense of fun either aww.

philadelphia caba 22:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven 22:13 GMT January 21, 2008
think BoC wont cut more than 0.25 which is fully expected and priced in...

USA Zeus 22:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 22:20 GMT January 21, 2008

Won't entertain your attacking nonsense. Just trade and be a good citizen.

Cheers!

Syd 22:21 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Australia's economy will continue to grow strongly next two fiscal years as demand for country's natural resources, particularly from China, continues to underpin exports, independent think tank Access Economics says in report

London NYAM 22:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
So big shot take a challenge. Pick a currency, any one. 2 weeks you and me call entry stop and exit. Pure pips. nNo more nonsense loser gets off the forum for good.

USA Zeus 22:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Ok- Let's put and end to it and leave the exit facts here for the truth seekers and leave it at that. Can add entries later (all several figures above any gains taken of course.)
TIA-

USA Zeus 16:07 GMT December 5, 2007
Will cover first slice of GBP/USD just below 2.0000 after final short entry at 2.1112 as posted.

USA Zeus 00:09 GMT December 7, 2007
Yes. Sub 2.0000 GBP/USD is coming as we have been mentioning albeit and with even more reason and cause due to much public friction to that fact.

Happy Day!

USD Zeus 18:50 GMT December 14, 2007
GBP/USD trend FOLLOWers will see their favorite lagging indicators reverse from up to down as they hammer down.

USA Zeus 01:31 GMT December 18, 2007
Staying on task here. GBP/USD sub 2.0000 (still) coming.

Happy Day!

USA Zeus 14:47 GMT December 19, 2007
GBP/USD sub 2.0000 will be here with or without luck.

USA Zeus 16:29 GMT December 19, 2007
Ok- GBP/USD First 1/4 covered @ 1.9994 for massive gains.
Happy Lucky "Trend" Day!

USA Zeus 16:35 GMT December 19, 2007
Ok- GBP/USD second 1/4 covered @ 1.9959 for many figures in giant teflon gains.



USA Zeus 16:37 GMT December 19, 2007
The "trend" is your friend.
LOL

*****lkwd jj 17:24 GMT December 19, 2007*****
USA Zeus 16:37 GMT December 19, 2007
The "trend" is your friend.
-------------------------
gbp-you were right on there!! nice trade

USA Zeus 12:03 GMT December 20, 2007
Will be exciting to see how my friend BC shares my trading strategy when GBP/USD hits 1.9777!
USA Zeus 15:27 GMT December 20, 2007

USA Zeus 06:26 GMT November 30, 2007
Prefer to let the trades speak for themselves as EUR/USD and GBP/USD drop many (more) figures.
____________________________________________________

Will take a 1/4 off at 1.9777 then hold remaining 1/4 at b/e from the top for a shot at a grand super cycle 30-100 figures.


USA Zeus 14:13 GMT December 28, 2007
USA Zeus 21:28 GMT December 27, 2007
GBP/USD 2.0000 is coming (again)

Ahhh perfection. LOL

London NYAM 22:15 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Full moon emotions to an extreme. Sure i threw you a bone Z and the peace pipe, but no more, gloves off you egotistical a-ho-le. Lets see what you got and the 'record' needs to be improved. No remorse.

Va Raven 22:13 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   

"....BoC decision tom. morning will be cad ++"

caba, why is that?

London NYAM 22:10 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Stop hit on USDCAD at 1.0335 reentry at 1.0349 short second add 1.038x and stop like Cabas. Stopped out on 1/4 of full position 1.9329 2 possies left and two adds. My teeth feeling frishy clean and my honest conscience even cleaner.

philadelphia caba 22:05 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
short usd/cad at 1.0345, s/l above 1.0400, t/p open ... think, BoC decision tom. morning will be cad ++

Syd 21:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
WSJ: BHP Faces Feb 6 Deadline to Formalize Offer

USA Zeus 21:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Was simply trying to stick to trading as requested to shush the big motuhs that had their teeth kicked in today then turned to me to let loose their rage.

USA Zeus 21:47 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Wow John. You allow the attacks all day then the facts are removed? That is where I was leaving it. Let the trades speak for themselves. Would prefer to reveal the truth then let the rants continue.

Z out

GVI john 21:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Drop it

GVI john 21:35 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
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lkwd jj 21:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
gvi john we are im long truth and short patience !!!

Malaysia puteraku73 21:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
GVI john 21:16 GMT January 21, 2008
Lets stick to trading Thanks

================

Yeah you're right. we're here to make big money together!! :)

GVI john 21:16 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Lets stick to trading Thanks

Malaysia puteraku73 21:16 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
The Netherlands Purk 21:12 GMT January 21, 2008
Malaysia puteraku73 21:05 GMT January 21, 2008
Eur/jpy & gbp/jpy will go down untill 115.00 & 175.00???

Of course, ony tiny problem is, in what time frame, when to sell and when to get out.

=======================

Any chances for a medium rebounce before going down?

The Netherlands Purk 21:12 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Malaysia puteraku73 21:05 GMT January 21, 2008
Eur/jpy & gbp/jpy will go down untill 115.00 & 175.00???

Of course, ony tiny problem is, in what time frame, when to sell and when to get out.

Malaysia puteraku73 21:05 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Eur/jpy & gbp/jpy will go down untill 115.00 & 175.00???

The Netherlands Purk 21:01 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Gee, i missed all the fun when i was out. And on to of that my master is telling me that i learned nothing, hmmmm.
I guess this kind of days are here to build on the err smoking remains of the building, is that english?
I will keep low profile on possies the coming days, as it will be whammy days. Maybe wait a few weeks for direction.
And i do like my premature exits MMMMMMMM, because this market is not a one way street, it is here to tell us that we can make money, provided that we listen....

Good luck all of you, organize some bar visit, dont tell anyone who you are, drink till you drop and say, btw i am NYAM, and you are?

Syd 20:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
DJ EU's Juncker: Euro-Zone Econ Not Yet Been Hit By Mkt Turmoil
EU's Juncker: Euro-Zone Fundamentals Stronger Than US
EU's Juncker: Up To US To React Properly To Fin Mkt Situation
EU's Juncker: No US-Style Rescue Package Needed In Euro Zone

Syd 20:40 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Bodrum OEE 20:37 :-)

Tokyo 20:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Vancouver 19:45 GMT January 21, 2008

Noble,can you plz throw some further light on the matter.elaborate what you posted down there.thanx in advance!

Bodrum OEE 20:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Syd

Regards

The Netherlands Purk 20:36 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
paris ib 18:19 GMT January 21, 2008

Well MMMMMMMMMMMM, err you are right, i will never learn, but well, i rather read about Galileo.Pitty you do not return my e-mails.

Bodrum OEE 20:35 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Syd 20:32 GMT January 21, 2008


Regards

London Gooner 20:33 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Monthly chart Cable is interesting.
GBPUSD retesting broken monthy trendline at around 1.9410 from 1992 & 2004 peaks. May hold on first retest/end of month close.
Cable has not closed down more than 3 consecutive months since 1991. When it did 3 negative months was in an strong uptrend ans also to retest an old broken level.
30-50-90-100-200 Monthly MAs in golden cross configuration indicating long lasting uptrend.
A bullish chanel establish from low 1985 upper boundary is at 2.3250 - lower 1.4950. Equidistance is at 1.9100 which is 30M moving average.
Ewavers may argue that the rally started in the 21st century may have a very long way to go and may be only building a B with major wave 3 which started end 2005 for an end of wave 3 way beyond 2.1100.
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Too bearish now might be too late to jump on board as some interesting long term bullish signals will get triggered.



Syd 20:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
DJ EU's Juncker: Fin Mkt Situation More Uncertain Than Usual
EU's Juncker: US Situation Continues To Worsen
EU's Juncker: Cannot Discount Possibility Of US Recession
EU's Juncker: US Recession Would Hit Euro Zone Growth
EU's Juncker: EU Feb Forecasts To Show Below Potential Growth EU's Juncker: Euro-Zone Economic Fundamentals Are Sound EU's Juncker: Europe Econ Situation Uncoupled From US

The Netherlands Purk 20:31 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Closed bugger long 15328. Taking another long in cable.

Maribor 20:23 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
GBPUSD correction from 2,116 ended at 1,9429(-10 pips). I did not check everything, but match with my theories is very good. Now at 1,9434 I leave possibility of 1,9423 low.

Tokyo 20:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
FX Circus Unlimited!!! ....lollllllll...........

Amman wfakhoury 18:17 GMT January 21, 2008
Amman wfakhoury 07:44 GMT January 21, 2008
Bkk Ar 07:41 GMT January 21, 2008
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no i meant buy...as it was buy then the sell level confirmed at 154.82
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I took buy position at 155.20 and I hedged it at 154.75.
the sell level 154.82 confirmed at 154.78 ..I added another sell
to the hedge..and exited with profit.

FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 20:13 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 19:01 GMT January 21, 2008

Man you shouldnt have taken that 3/4 posi off of that GBP short just yet, but I guess you can add more to it when it, if it, comes back to a nice level of resistance. I sure wish I hadnt missed that mark of 2.11 cause had I been around I would be flying with pips at my back for now I have to just work n the E/U short and the U/Y long when it presents itself and the other posi's I have on already. Outs till later ya'll...

philadelphia caba 19:53 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
GENEVA DS 19:09 GMT
DS, are you trading your 'predictions' on your own account?

US SW 19:46 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
selling the eurousd back to 1.43 with not stops

Vancouver 19:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Hi, My name is Vic Noble and I want to mention the tremendous power of focusing on just one pair and one type of trade set up like EUR/USD Sell Setup. It’s really all you have to do to trade successfully. Most people make this far more complicated than is necessary. I know this from my 25+ years of professional trading.

NY NY 19:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I not sure if any here receive's spotforex's daily position post. He had a great run this month in currencies, bonds and stocks. I have not seen his posts here in the forum, mostly GVI I think. Also posting for financial news. Gave a deeply bleak scenario in Dec at NYMEX seminar.

Geneva 19:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
GENEVA DS 19:09 GMT January 21, 2008

Thanks my friend, I am very happy, I still wonder if it is the real big one or its a C of 4, the good news we will know it very soon. Any way short term still a lot of down side(1.39/1.41).

Bodrum OEE 19:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Geneva

Hey DS, I am humbled: Could you kindly get my e-mail from Global View please. Many thanks as usual. Be well as always (launch VIX alternative DS-X, serious) :))

US SW 19:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
SELLING the euro/yen here for another 50 pips

GENEVA DS 19:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
AND as well thanks to BODRUM..... the great GBPJPY bear... you did it man... we are already have way to our medium term target of 170..... WE are going next 18 month to 60.00 iin GBPJPY man... thanks

GENEVA DS 19:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Geneva , are you around ? Just to say MY CONGRATULATIONS to you.... you were THE man around 148ish to warn us about imminent REVERSAL of USD -Frotunes... and YOU DID it twice !! SUPER.... and as well you got EURCHF and EURJPY right... this is great VISIONARY - stuff... keep it up... Like those big trends.... had to pay money in the range trade before.... seems now that EURUSD is headed for 1.3750 ish before return to 1.4600ish... and EURJPY 110 ish before coming back to 125... and EURCHF to 1.3500 Ish before going LOWER... thanks buddy...

Bodrum OEE 19:07 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
As a horn player, the greatest compliment one can get is when a person comes to you and says, 'I heard this saxophone on the radio the other day and I knew it was you. I don't know the song, but I know it was you on sax.'

Clarence Clemons

USA Zeus 19:04 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 19:01 GMT January 21, 2008

Should read "...Even surprised that you are so curious since I have maintained that I'm still holding GBP/USD core short from 2.1113 but you have repeatedly asked me to not mention that..."

Maribor 18:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USD index: as my long term target is ~20% up from bottom, I do expect some breathe after ~77,26(so far 77,17). I guess that should be seen on USD main pairs in next days...

Amman wfakhoury 18:48 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
eur.jpy...sell level 153.00 confirmed and heading till 152.00

FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 18:48 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Where the in the demons is Oilman????? Dood you need to come grace us GV'ers with some calls.....like ....NOW!!!

Zeus you keep'em coming too...I am eye to eye with you just not as outspoken, but to each his own

and Alaska Moon I think that is your name, you keep up with the wise and humble views as well..


London NYAM 18:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 18:42//Completely agree. I like many of his calls. Anyway Peace-out. Im off to dinner.

FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 18:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 18:37 GMT January 21, 2008

We all know when Zeus is wrong cause the trades that he does post either go his way or not like the CAD trade, most likely he bit the bullet on those trades with a slim possibility that he snuck out with a small loss. His calls have been very good for the most part but in this game timing is everything of course and his timing is a little off sometimes but not his overall view and bet.

Bottoms and Tops are in I feel so here comes the weird USD strength out of the blue for months to come.

FXPhenom-Iowa JPC 18:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Short NZD/USD here at .7470 target .6000 at least, short EUR/USD 1.4493 target like Zeus was addressing 1.27-1.24 at least, long USD/CHF 1.1093 target 1.3250...Enjoy this crazy volitility and employ sound r/r management.

London NYAM 18:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 18:07//LOL
'My obvious blunders' are obvious becuase i admit them and post when i am wrong. Show me a post of yours that claims the same.
I don't get frustrated by the markets I get frustrated by your tone as if you are always right. Thats just plain annoying and wrong.
We have had our spats before and gotten on fine. I am sure we will continue to do so but i wont censor myself when a trader is just plain misleading.

madrid mm 18:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
PAR, so what is new then ?!?!? They always are....

an. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Ever since the birth of the euro in 1999, I've been convinced that Italy would eventually tire of the strict economic diet demanded of participants and quit the common currency. I'm starting to think the government might, instead, remain in the fraternity, though stop paying its dues.

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&refer=columnist_gilbert&sid=azPSdUhrKZ8g


LOL

22 jan 2008

Bank of Japan Rate Decision
+
Bank of Canada Rate

And the USA are back
8-)

Malaysia puteraku73 18:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Have a short break now... Feel hungry when watch the market.. :)

PAR 18:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Italian coalion government in crisis .

http://www.pr-inside.com/reports-italy-s-former-justice-minister-r397121.htm

madrid mm 18:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Define normal please ...

market is always normal..... It is the "players"that are not always so ....

8-)

FEAR and greed 8-)

Va Raven 18:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Abu Dhabi Mathew 17:00

Have you done anything to your positions yet?

Malaysia puteraku73 18:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Right now market looks like a trap for me...

Malaysia puteraku73 18:24 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Any idea when the market is going back to normal?

Amman wfakhoury 18:17 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 07:44 GMT January 21, 2008
Bkk Ar 07:41 GMT January 21, 2008
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no i meant buy...as it was buy then the sell level confirmed at 154.82
========
I took buy position at 155.20 and I hedged it at 154.75.
the sell level 154.82 confirmed at 154.78 ..I added another sell
to the hedge..and exited with profit.

USA Zeus 18:16 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BTW- Still think EUR/USD sub 1.40 is coming before any false hopes of 1.50+. This has been stated several times. I maintain it. Just sharing a view. Not trying to be right. Perhaps I can be wrong about it.

Cheers!

madrid mm 18:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
waveman, hedging is its twin brother

LOL

madrid mm 18:08 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven it is a new sweet by Nestle.
White and dark chocolate with some english Custard

8-) it is brand new

LOL

USA Zeus 18:07 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 17:56 GMT January 21, 2008

NYAM. I posted and will be happy to repost the big picture trades and positions. Already posted that I scaled out 1 then 2 then 3 in 1/4s and holding the last heavy allocation from the top 2.1113 for several dozen (50+ figures) at b/e.
I did not claim or proclaim to be any god of fx. This is what you decided I decided. I did not attack others for being long at the top nor for longing now. I made an observation of forum "tone" You on the other hand decided to go off and blow out your frustrations at me for your obvious blunders. Not cool man. This is not a trade log forum for all trades but in the case of the position I took, I faded near and at the top and even went quite heavy as stated. Was looking for the USD turnaround to begin and mentioned several times that I thought it would in the second half of last year. A very unpopular view. HK ab asked several times if I thought it was beginning then said I thought it was at that point where I went in teflon strong and against all criticisms. If you like I can post and re-post the facts to keep it fresh in your mind if that helps you. I don't ppost to look for clients nor to cause harm to anyone. I post what I post and some take aim. That is fine I guess. Markets are made of those who are long and others short.

Have a nice day anyway.

London NYAM 18:07 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Its not hegding, its 'hedging.'

Va Raven 18:06 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
For god sake, please stop talking hedging until we know what is hedging.
Thank you!

Amman wfakhoury 18:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
when the prof. hedge the position.
when they are sure that market is moving against the position
then it is preferable that the hedge amount must be twice the position...in this case you stop the lose of the position and make profit may be equals the loss or more.

USA Zeus 17:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
lkwd jj 17:55 GMT January 21, 2008

Yes jj. Now we know why you still lose. LMAO

Nuff said

London Gooner 17:56 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Abu Dhabi Mathew 17:00 GMT January 21, 2008

Since US missed the action you mat have a chance for some
retracements of todays moves.
EURJPY 155 again is not impossible tomorrow.
GBPUSD may also ease it current positive 4H divergence.

Market do without garantee go back to where bank holidays started enough times.

London NYAM 17:56 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Nothing casual about it. Impotent perhaps as there is always a Teflon jacket for any criticisms on the self proclaimed god of FX. My irritation isn’t with the showboating per se, I’ve gotten used to that, and it’s kind of amusing. No it's the reference to the GBPUSD high and the I-told-you-so nonsense. If you were selling multiple times from 207/8 to 211.xx with casual comments like sold 'some more here' and 'did a ninja attack there,' with no idea of proportions your 'Great' sale at the top is meaningless. Did you hold all your possies from below or get stopped out along the way or did you bail for a little profit? if so, that top value is nothing but one trade on a potential average of what 209? Only God knows (the one place where you and a deity truly share knowledge) knows. Then somewhere in the nineties (and no i don't keep track) you were 'hedging' long down another 3 or 5 hundred points. And again we have no idea what portion of this so-called contra trade you were playing with. So this so-called core is nothing but bluster and THAT is what you should stop bragging about. Its just complete nonsense especially when you use it to attack other forum members for their positions.
You want to talk about empty guns lets talk about hollow Arrogance.

lkwd jj 17:55 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
zeus the best hedge is to take your trades ,all of them and do exactly the opposite of what you post. and even the ones you dont post but claim you did. enuuff said

USA Zeus 17:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Another form of hedge is a "counter trend" trade to protect the profits in a "trend"......unlike a spicy trade for 20 that goes sour for 140 or so at initial entry.

madrid mm 17:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
How to use HEDGING to Your Advantage Click here!

madrid mm 17:43 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
....And you should take full responsability...

However there is anothe option
how about hedging ?

madrid mm 17:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Abu Dhabi Mathew it is very difficult if not impossible to answer your question.
1/ because we do not know the whole story a
2/ we don t know your time frame, leverage, the reasons you are in etc...

we could tell you to go one way and look like hero or villain

8-)

USA Zeus 17:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven 17:35 GMT January 21, 2008

I have shared the views. LT, MT, ST, scalps, super cycle reversals etc. but when someone spouts casual attacks of empty caliber one must question the motive. And yes I am an ardent defender of truth.

Cheers!

Va Raven 17:35 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I thought you were sharing your views/ideas here, now I see you were trying to prove (to the forum) that you are always right/win.

That’s helpless.

USA Zeus 17:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven 17:25 GMT January 21, 2008
...I haven’t read all your posts...

Can stop there. Enuff said.

Abu Dhabi Mathew 17:25 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I wish someone could advice me on my post.

Va Raven 17:25 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Zeus, I believe NYAM made the case very clear.
I haven’t read all your posts, but recently, the way you traded (if you did) didn’t sound too real to me, seriously.

USA Zeus 17:24 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 17:19 GMT January 21, 2008

NYAM- Relax bro. Seriously. I know what I got right is that your ill attemp is empty. I shorted and posted the trades. Have maintained all along core shorts from 2.1113. Otherwise, this is not an official trade tracker log but the trades and info incl "hedge" and exit info was all posted. Please stop with your attack and trade with the flows. Otherwise I understand your frustration. And remember, I did not make this personal. Sad to see you decided to make it so. Markets are markets some traders are long and others short.

Wish you the best anyway.

London NYAM 17:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
bang bang.
Well at least you got part of the point.

USA Zeus 17:15 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 17:12 GMT January 21, 2008

Well without any facts and figures I can opnly laugh at your ill attempt. Your obvious character attack is with an empty gun.

London NYAM 17:12 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Ive already made the case.

USA Zeus 17:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 17:08 GMT January 21, 2008
Obviously a target at me. Well make your case. Sure, I don't post size but then only Amman wfak does. Otherwise WTF are you jawboning?

London NYAM 17:08 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Yes and its also interesting that after a slew of 'hedges' of unquantified proportion somone can still talk about a trade they made over two months ago that happened to have one of half dozen or more entry points (also of unknon proportion) one of which managed to be at the exact high...
Give me a break.

HK Kevin 17:05 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
philadelphia caba 16:59 GMT, EUR/CHF 1.5940 is the trendline support of the uptrend since 2003 in the monthly chart, as pointed out by Maribor. I think it may hold at least for this month. I just covered half long at 1.6021.

USA Zeus 17:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Most interesting however is to see the tone here as many were at odds with the few selling GBP/USD at the peaks etc as they could only see an "up trend". They maintain efforts and are now they fighting the "down trend".

Abu Dhabi Mathew 17:00 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Hello All.I am new here.I hold two positions.I brought euro to yen at 153.82 with s/l at 152.50 and brought gbp at 1.9475 to the dollar with s/l at 1.9413.Can anyone advise whether i should hold or exit at a loss.Thank you.

philadelphia caba 16:59 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
HK Kevin 16:43 GMT
ref. eur/chf..do you think that 1.5930-50 will somehow hold?

USA Zeus 16:58 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 15:05 GMT January 7, 2008
The theme for 2008 will be "volatility" and lots of it.

USA Zeus 04:49 GMT January 4, 2008
Next week and the week after will offer massive volatility in FX, commodities and equities. Trade your hearts out. Don't hold back when the system says to take action.....crush it!!

USA Zeus 00:46 GMT January 18, 2008
Well today's market action will be smooth as butter for flows in that crescendo pattern we discussed earlier at the first of the week. Enjoy all the free pips today!
____________________________________________________
Still valid. Market theme of last couple of weeks now in crescendo pattern only to continue with high volatility theme.

Happy Day!

Va Raven 16:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I see, then 1.9390 just half mile away, sure.

warsaw TOMi 16:56 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
off 1/4 gj 20626 again , rest stop to be.

BKK Ar 16:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Raven: Thats too optermistic, at least 1.90 anyway.

HK Kevin 16:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Va Raven 16:48 GMT January 21, 2008
Kevin, cable 1.7390 this week?
Sorry big ... mistakse, it should be 1.9370

USA Zeus 16:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Still core short GBP/USD 2.1113 and anticipating a lot more of USD strength.

EUR/USD 1.4777, 1.4277. Then 1.3777, 1.3277 and 1.2777 all look right.

Happy Day!

USA Zeus 16:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Still core short GBP/USD 2.1113 and anticipating a lot more of USD strength.

EUR/USD 1.4777, 1.4277. Then 1.3777, 1.3277 and 1.2777 all look right.

Happy Day!

Paris Hilton 16:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
you are worth on it.

warsaw TOMi 16:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
thanx for the cold water guys, waz getting to hot on it.
square 1/2 cable 9451 stop 9431 .

philadelphia caba 16:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BKK Ar 16:48 GMT
ref: dow..don't forget about today's us holiday..also, BOJ tonite...it can be another story next 12-24 hr..

Va Raven 16:48 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Kevin, cable 1.7390 this week?

BKK Ar 16:48 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NYAM: LOL good one!
Kevin: It will be worth taking only half profits at the 1.43 level as a break of that level goes to 1.40 as long as the Dow continues to bleed. GT
Goodnight Friend

HK Kevin 16:43 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BKK Ar 16:26 GMT, it seem EUR 1.4320 and GBP 1.7390 are unavoidable for this week. I still hold big short EUR/JPY from 157.20. Short AUD position from 8778 was stop out at 8819 this early Asian opening before the 2 big figure fall today.
Somehow, the satisfactory for most traders to catch a falling knife is much greater than earning money. I also did it today by go long EUR/CHF at 1.5951 (before 1.5940 monthly support mentioned by a forum member ecarly)

London NYAM 16:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Purk. Lol!
Ive got the rope out now and am about to stand on the chair when i thought why not dip into a small long GBPJPY at 206.10
stop 205.65? That way i could get the cross to kick the chair out for me...

USA Zeus 16:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 09:24 GMT January 21, 2008
Could not resist. SAR and bought e/j 153.63

Signed off went to bed and came back only to see 20 pips taken by Mr Roboto just moments after I left.

Domo arigato Mr Roboto!

The Netherlands Purk 16:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BKK Ar 16:37 GMT January 21, 2008

Yes.

The Netherlands Purk 16:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Well i entered the killing fields again. Long bugger at 15298. Easy on the cable here, i was a bit too early, but well a plan is a plan.
NYAM: good answer, NO will do. I love it!

London NYAM 16:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
TOMI//I quite like the non-comfirmation between equity futures and usdjpy/yen crosses.

Canada NN 16:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BKK Ar 16:32 GMT January 21, 2008
Support you, don't understand why warsaw TOMI and London NYAM keep long against USD, good luck to them.


BKK Ar 16:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Alimin: I've seen all this before. Some people just like to shoot or hang themselves, it could be psychological.

London NYAM 16:33 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Tomi careful mate its sliding around even if its klikely completing. glgt!
Canada NN 16:28//no.

BKK Ar 16:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Why is anybody trying to buy against dollars??? Carry trade can unwind much more than this. Gbp/yen will continue to be sold off until 200 is printed, so going long cable is insane! Your 20/30 pips profit will turn on a dime and in a matter of minutes you'll be down hard

warsaw TOMi 16:31 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NYAM,my man
long cable with you 9440 sl 9404.
ej longs added 15299 sl same.

PAR 16:30 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Sovereign wealth ?

http://asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=994&Itemid=158

Makassar Alimin 16:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
BKK Ar 16:26 GMT January 21, 2008

you may be right but somehow the word 'too easy' makes me uneasy ;)

Canada NN 16:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 16:24 GMT January 21, 2008
You keep long GBP/USD is just killing yourself. Why you still thinkg GBP must up? Everyone knows UK also has the same problem as US. Agaist the trend? However, may I know your target.

BKK Ar 16:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
As I posted yesterday, Euro will go to 1.43 and eur/yen to 150. And trying to pick-up contra trend pips when the trend is almost VERTICAL is like as Kevin says "trying to catch a falling knife".

Safest trade right now is long USD/CAD as 104+ is too easy from here.

London NYAM 16:24 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
3rd of 4 pos in GBPUSD long 1.9436

warsaw TOMi 16:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
keep pushing guys for some short squeezie, lol

warsaw TOMi 16:12 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
nice little bounce
off 1/2 gj longs at 20626
sl to 20575
off 1/2 uj at 10595 sl to 10565

Gen dk 16:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
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warsaw TOMi 16:04 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
and here we go again
longs added gj 20585 sl same
long uj 10575 sl 10550

HK Kevin 15:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
hk ab 15:29 GMT, better not catch the falling knife.

Va Raven 15:48 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Thanks, Purk.

warsaw TOMi 15:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
unreal, long into weakness ej: 15333 sl 15252
gj: 20606 sl 20555
aj: 9140 sl 9100
targets unclear.

gl/gt

philadelphia caba 15:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
looks like another slide is underway...

hk ab 15:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
manipulation of the thin mkt due to US holiday. This yen-crosses unwinding looks pretty well planned.

Greatest panic greatest buying opportunity.

philadelphia caba 15:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
hk ab 15:23 GMT
yep, it does...g/l with PM!

Va Raven 15:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
ab, what's "the reasons of diving"?

hk ab 15:24 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
we could now understand why those official tried to talk up the aud 'cos they know the reasons of diving.

hk ab 15:23 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
caba, the kiwi looks real, not lie.

The Netherlands Purk 15:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
That should read doing NOTHING with s/l. What is wrong with this keyboard, tired?

The Netherlands Purk 15:15 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Yes sir. Normally i am dping something with s/l at this time, but do not trust the moves but no money without risk.

Va Raven 15:12 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
So the R/R is 1:1, Purk?

The Netherlands Purk 15:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Ok, in long cable now. target 195 sharp. s/l tight because if this is a late move we might see 19380ish. But i think it is worth a try. Will add though if time allows me to add....

madrid mm 15:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
how can anyone possibly trust someone nicknamed "NYC Tutu gym " ???

8-)

Maribor 15:06 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EURCHF behaving according to plan so far, so EURCHF and USDJPY twins may gain 2 big figures in next few days...this may be good medicine for stocks ailing of gravity.

KL FS 15:05 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
euro strategy did not work out well, stopped out all long at 1.4474

The Netherlands Purk 15:04 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Right said Fred: i am ready for some longing shorting whatever.
My longs from Friday in usd/jpy was not as succesfull as i thought. Sex Pistols already sung it: never trust a hippy....

JAK BOND 15:01 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LOL guess this tutu didnt know who jay is : )

Syd 15:00 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Media giants' $3.3bn dea
lLACHLAN Murdoch is set to make a dramatic return to the Australian media sector as part of a $3.3 billion joint deal with James Packer to privatise Consolidated Media Holdings, signalling a new high in relations between the Packer and Murdoch families.
Aus press

Global-view 14:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
bilbao PEDRO - the convention on the forum is to use lower caps. Thanks!

HK REVDAX 14:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
madrid mm 13:52 //The only way by which the US can avert a recession is for the central government to engage in further deficit spending. I think this is a viable option for the US now as RMB vs US$ is appreciating relatively slowly and the Fed can still afford to print out more fiat money without hyperinflation. But the moment when that inflation is imported and tangibly felt by the proletarian masses in China, RMB would shoot up without being urged by the US politicians and inflation would go back to where it belongs---the US domestic market.

London NYAM 14:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
pedro//1.0190-1.0200 but it depends on if we can stay below 1.0405/20 (ultimate stop for me) and how(if) we get down to that level if there will be more to come. Looking for a move to parity area again. I think its stuck until tomorrow am anyway.

Syd 14:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
The European Central Bank stands ready to act on interest rates to avoid second-round price effects, ECB executive board member Juergen Stark told Bloomberg news agency Monday. "We will do what is needed to avoid so-called second-round effects. We are ready to act," Stark was quoted as saying. The ECB is concerned that current increases in oil and food prices could prompt excessive wage hikes and result in broader and more persistent inflation in the euro zone. Stark confirmed earlier ECB estimates that the euro-zone economy will grow around potential, or 2%, this year. He added, however, that growth risks "are pointing downward." But even a more pronounced slowdown in economic activity wouldn't necessarily damp inflation, he warned. "Price and wage stickiness in Europe is considerably more pronounced than in other regions, for example the U.S, so that a possible growth slowdown doesn't automatically lead to a drop in the inflation rate," Stark was quoted as saying. The ECB kept its key policy rate at 4.0% Jan. 10, but highlighted brewing inflation risks and left the door open for an interest rate increase later in the year. blooms

bilbao PEDRO 14:26 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NYAM,WHAT TARGET ON USDCADTHAT U SOLD?

madrid mm 14:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Red, i don t know
LOL

I like this guy as well - "Dean stays positive on the most depressing day of year"

Click here!

London NYAM 14:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Alimin//Two more adds 1.941x and 1.943x with one stop in between with final stop under 1.949x.

Hasselt Red 14:09 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
mm, thats the fella. might very well apply to the markets but the question then is who's going to go down first? :-)

Makassar Alimin 14:08 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
i am actually thinking of getting some usdchf based on 4hr's action, looks set for a little break higher probably to 1.1120ish

Makassar Alimin 14:06 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
NYAM, do you happen to have another level to add on cable or was that your last order in?

madrid mm 14:06 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Maribor 14:03 GMT January 21, 2008

....or 50.000 DJ

8-)

madrid mm 14:05 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Are you talking about this same person

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6847012/

?

I like him !!! He should post every friday on this forum !!!!

8-)

Maribor 14:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Nyam, if he doesn't, we may see DJI below 5000 in few years.

Any news expected today to have excuse for broad USD slide? Interest rate decision or else...???

Hasselt Red 13:59 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
madrid mm 13:37 GMT January 21

Today 21st January is the darkest day of 2008 according to Cliff Arnall (The daily telegraph) :-)

London NYAM 13:59 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
If he doesnt, i wouldnt be surprised to see S&P sub 1200, USDJPY to around 101-3 and GBJPY to 200 by the end of this week.

Maribor 13:56 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
PAR, if DJI falls further and have mothly close below 13090, that could be bad...Maybe he can let DJI fall further, than lower interest rate fo 1% on 30th, and if that would not be enough, another 0,5% on 31th before close...

Makassar Alimin 13:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
PAR 13:50 GMT January 21, 2008

i dont think he will do that PAR, given it is only few days left before FOMC anyway

madrid mm 13:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
usd/yen @ 106 certainly looks attractive to load for more carry trade

8-+)

madrid mm 13:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
After all, not is all bad in a recession
8-)

Are we in a recession? No one knows. Indeed, it's literally impossible to know.

A recession is six consecutive months of negative economic growth. At most, December 2007 would be our first month, so we wouldn't know until sometime in June 2008 if, by the end of May 2008, we'd been in a decline for six straight months. So no matter what anyone tells you, we can't know if we're in a recession yet.

Click here!

PAR 13:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Imho Bernanke will cut Us rates before Us stocks open tomorrow and that will make him a hero to Us investors. On the week I look for sharply higher stock markets and a reestablishing of the yen carry trades , but lets see if this scenario turns out to be correct .

madrid mm 13:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Stark Says Growth Will Hold Up, ECB Ready to Act on Inflation

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=avqART5CKmZI&refer=home

Hasselt Red 13:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Maribor, thought so. eurusd may want to breath first before diving again although downside momentum looks exhausted for now, technically speaking ofcourse... A firm break through 1.4500 needs to shape up if we want to see more downside, at the moment am not convinced this is the case..... thnx

madrid mm 13:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
To me it looks like everything is ready to drop...Even me from my chair ......

8-)

Maribor 13:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Red, I think must visit 1,4511 level first, than will see further.

Hasselt Red 13:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
eurusd looks ready to drop again, any opinion welcome

madrid mm 13:17 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
...a real pleasure !!!!

8-)

London NYAM 12:58 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Thanks mm & co. your long dollar yens are knocking into my long gbp..
:)

madrid mm 12:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Trading is simple but it is not easy Pedro , ask the forum

8-)

bilbao PEDRO 12:53 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
MADRID, WITH ALL THE POSITIONS ITS EASY TO THINK YEN WILL COME BACK A BIT AT LEAST....

madrid mm 12:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Alimin, at least it is +2 pips

Ok i can feel the power in this room

8-)

madrid mm 12:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
it is moving pedro , it is moving
lol

Makassar Alimin 12:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
madrid mm 12:47 GMT January 21, 2008

moved 2 pips!! not bad mm, not bad! ;)

bilbao PEDRO 12:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
FINE,NMADRID....105.92 long 1/2...

madrid mm 12:47 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
all righ, we should try all the forumers in here go 1 way to see if we can move this market.....

OK everybody , let's go long usd/yen all together now !!!
3....
2....
1...
Ignition


madrid mm 12:43 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
“I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.”

Robert McCloskey

Eurrggguuuuuuuuuuuuu

LOL

St. Annaland Bob 12:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA 12:40 GMT January 21, 2008

many thanks for your kind words.

USA 12:40 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 12:38 GMT January 21, 2008
Your dreams tend to consist of Poultry...lol..

St. Annaland Bob 12:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   

very high number of mortgages in The Netherlands are tight to stock markets in 1001 and even more formulas ... 430 considered as the pain limit for many, it traded below 422 today ... for sure same story applies in other EU countries ... time for for some spikes to bring hope back into the markets ... "...I have a dream..." ;)

London NYAM 12:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
DAX down 7%!!!!!!!

Makassar Alimin 12:25 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
yes JP, they are losing credibility incredibly fast! i wonder what will happen on the day they are actually in action on the 30th!

madrid mm 12:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
from the "learn" button above

QUIPS FROM BC

Forex is all about how to hit the next ball correctly rather than worrying about something of a distant future. The next ball may be for 2 pips or 20 pips or 200 pips or 500 pips depending on a trader�s style.

Anything is possible in Forex.

I am useless as a daytrader. Corrections may take days or longer to complete.

Good quality info is everything in this game.

Bottom picking in the Usd/Jpy is the Mother of all risky trades.

We learn how to trade till we stop trading and we learn from each other everyday. That is the beauty of trading and life in general.

Do not worry about what market will do. Just worry about what you will do when market reaches your "pain point" or "happy point". You will have an easier life as a trader that way.

Forex players can operate quietly, but they cannot hide their moves in those charts.

Good morning. Yes, no liquidity and no conviction by players make the market look like a vagrant loitering in his usual area. Good forecasts and trades.

Good sleep is essential for good trading but most of the traders I know of seem to sleep with one eye open.

London NYAM 12:21 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
I think traders are pretty good at wiping out their own walletts. No need for the forces of darkness to help. ;)
When, the big question, will people start to re-focus on the effect of the interest rates comming out of the US?

madrid mm 12:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
...but at least it is moving !!! 8-)

madrid mm 12:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
waveman, dark forces at play in usd/yen as almost often

8-) AIMHO of course

St. Annaland Bob 12:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   

good day! ... US bank writes down, JPY goes up ... EU bank writes down, JPY goes up ... actually, when any bank writes down then JPY goes up ... now, it's maybe time for Japanese bank to write down and then JPY will go up too ... the wiser and more experienced among us remember for sure Japanese banks on the edge of collapse not so long ago ... therefore, it's all about wiping trader's wallets and nothing more - cannot see another reason why markets move ... happy trades!

Mtl JP 12:18 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Alimin 12:14 / not enough of a cure. disbanding the FED might be. approx zero chance of that however.

madrid mm 12:17 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
...and Gisele for FED president !!!!

8-)

Makassar Alimin 12:14 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
with the way market performs, the next thing we hear from the Fed is not about emergency cut, but a stressed Ben quits the job!

madrid mm 12:14 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Waveman, how good to read from you
8-)

Welcome to the highly respected gentlemen club of the "FX PLEASUREDOME "

And today 's special is " why are we confused ?"

8-)

madrid mm 12:13 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Jan. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Jean-Claude Trichet and Lawrence Summers accurately warned investors a year ago about being too complacent. Now they see an erosion of confidence that threatens to paralyze the global economy.

bblmg!

London NYAM 12:12 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
mm//I am confused as to why the USDJPY is not falling faster along with the crosses.

madrid mm 12:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
+ i am sure i am not the only one being confused and perplexed !!!!

8-)

madrid mm 12:10 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
"not so good" financial and economic news keep hiting the street...

Spotforex NY 12:04 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Haifa ac 12:02

Ambac downgrade related....

but West LB will take a loss on further writedown, Commerzbank CEO says the same....

Haifa ac 12:02 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Any news about another big bank failure that is causing this panic?!

madrid mm 11:53 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
anything is possible CABA ...

http://www.reuters.com/article/bondsNews/idUST1603820080116

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601080&sid=aGyBdYCPUoaM&refer=asia

philadelphia caba 11:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
any chance of BOJ cut tomorrow?

madrid mm 11:34 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
soon on your news wires -

Japanese officials " We are watching closely.."
EU officials " Strong FX moves are undesirable
US+UK officials " ....eurrghhhhhh...well,.hmmmmmmmm"
Chinese officials " We are diversifying our portfolio"

etc

8-)

madrid mm 11:30 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
there is a rumor that all the JAPANESE housewives will ask to paid in YUAN Soon and Gisele as well !!!!


8-)

madrid mm 11:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
gr8 news...

I am so F(&^%$#%^&() CONFUSED !!!!

LOL

Syd 11:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
TYRE, Lebanon (AFP)--The Lebanese army Monday opened fire on Israeli warplanes as they flew over the south of the country in violation of Lebanon's airspace, police said.

London NYAM 09:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 18:40 GMT January 18, 2008
Subject:
first add 1/3 pos usdjpy 106.73

stopped out on usdjpy
and stopped out on gbpjpy as well.

ShortUSDCAD naow at 103.10 and entered 2nd long gbpusd 1.9489.

bilbao PEDRO 09:30 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
ZEUS,WHICH DIRECTION ISTHEOPPOSITE ON USDJPY? MORE TOWARDS...106.75 SAY?

USA Zeus 09:24 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Could not resist. SAR and bought e/j 153.63

tchau

USA Zeus 09:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Looks like yen is setting up for an opposite reaction here soon. Out from here until MLK closures re-open

tchau

Maribor 09:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EURCHF close to important turn level 1,594 - I guess it will be monthly low. USDJPY twin may follow for some days. USDCAD level to short around 1,034 - still some unfinished bussines at 0,97.

USA Zeus 08:56 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Maribor 08:47 GMT January 21, 2008

Oh heavens no. Took those gains and mentioned it after Purk said smth. Same for the hedge on the nice bump up on GBP/USD. Over 17 figures in gains atm from shorting at the top when incl the gains off the hedge. Just over 16 without.
I don't post many trades and very few scalps. Just a few here then there. Equity markets are going nuts these last couple of weeks as mentioned before it started as well as yen and oil, gold. See no reason that volatility is going anywhere for a while. Expecting a lot of it which is open season for profits.

GT to you! Stepping off the forums until later in order to focus and crush it! Peace!!

Cheers.

Maribor 08:47 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Zeus, are you still USDJPY bullish?

Crude 88,9 done...now let's see...

USA Zeus 08:37 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Looks like too much spice can cause acid reflux- leading to asphyxiation LOL

Maribor 08:33 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Crude close to 88,9 turn level, EURUSD should follow up after that.

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philadelphia caba 07:58 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Maribor 07:49 GMT
thanks, have stops in mind...we shouldn't see pair back above 7500 on daily close ... bias will turn back up than..let's see..

Bkk Ar 07:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Now yer talkin. Eur/gbp has made an engulfing pattern on the weekly and the DLY looks like a mini head and shoulders. .72 is the obvious target if your willing to sit on it for a few weeks.

Bkk Ar 07:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Thats an easy target for Euro tonight. Euro could even take stops out below 1.44
Better to be short eur/yen as gbp/yen selling is fueling the move imo.
Happy Trading

Maribor 07:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Caba, I think EURGBP can reach ~0,7527 this round, than (I hope) down.

philadelphia caba 07:46 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
good morning,
philadelphia caba 18:51 GMT January 18, 2008
s/l hit..1.5930-50 next (?)..
still have eur/gbp short, will probably add more close to 7500 if seen, with stop above..

Maribor 07:45 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
What a bone, given by Wfakhoury to others... Well, I think man is making money and is able to survive and maybe even make a profit out of this situation...

Amman wfakhoury 07:44 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Bkk Ar 07:41 GMT January 21, 2008
====
no i meant buy...as it was buy then the sell level confirmed at 154.82

Amman wfakhoury 07:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Vail MC 07:36 GMT January 21, 2008
=====
only we consider that if we closed the position.

Maribor 07:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EURUSD expected low 1,4516.

Bkk Ar 07:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20
______________________________________

You meant to say 'sell' and not buy. I understand.
And a hedge is not a stop loss. ;)

Vail MC 07:36 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman, call it whatever you like, but its a losing trade. To each their own. GT

Amman wfakhoury 07:34 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Vail MC 07:29 GMT January 21, 2008
So you are flat with a 45 pip losing trade?
====
correct..i have now to wait till reach above 15520..then i will exit the buy at 15520...then add another one sell.
then exit both sell at winning level.

Sayreville (NJ) Jon & Tony 07:34 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   

you give hedge a bad name, BAD NAME!

Bkk Ar 07:33 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
don't go there

Amman wfakhoury 07:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Vail MC 07:25 GMT January 21, 2008
AMMAN, what does hedge mean? You sold and now cant lose if it goes down?

====to stop the position frm loosing and winning

Vail MC 07:29 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
So you are flat with a 45 pip losing trade?

Amman wfakhoury 07:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 07:13 GMT January 21, 2008
Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20

======
hedged at 154.75

====
you stop the position frm winning and loosing.

Vail MC 07:25 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
AMMAN, what does hedge mean? You sold and now cant lose if it goes down?

Amman wfakhoury 07:23 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 07:13 GMT January 21, 2008
Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20

======
hedged at 154.75

=====
exit the buy position when it reach above 155.20

Bkk Ar 07:23 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
ok, nice timing Zeus. Pips should be ripe at 1.55 no?

USA Zeus 07:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 07:15 GMT January 21, 2008
Bought e/j 154.69

Took 20 pips gain at 154.89.
"Nobody can do what I can do" LOL

Peace!

Bkk Ar 07:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
...for a move to 154.7901 before sharp decline down

London st 07:19 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Nothing goes spicy of sour if you operate a demo account...this 20 pip nonsense is turning a lot of people off ....

Bkk Ar 07:17 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Those spicy pips have already gone sour. LOL

USA Zeus 07:15 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Bought e/j 154.69

Amman wfakhoury 07:13 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20

======
hedged at 154.75

Bkk Ar 07:08 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
eur/yen low may be 153.62 OR lower.

BKK Ar 06:59 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
TOO dangerous. would you like some rope?

Maribor 06:55 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EURJPY low may be at ~154,27.

Tokyo 06:54 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20
+++++++++++++++
very spicy indeed!!!!!!!!!

BKk Ar 06:53 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Spicy 100 pips if you short almost anything against dollars tonight. :-) (except swissy)-One can never tell with her.

As for me:
Short: Cad, eur, aud, cad, eur/yen, CAD, cad/yen, small yen, did I mention 'short CAD'?

madrid mm 06:52 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
it looks liike Yves Mersch was only the beginning...More and more EU person are speaking out the strong Euro ...

8-) have a gr8 day

madrid mm 06:49 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
* WSJ: U.S. Warning Signs Point Toward a Deep Recession: Housing Crunch, Squeeze on Consumers Exceed Earlier Slumps. The U.S. has suffered recessions only twice in the past quarter century and both were short and mild.

* DnB/ ECB Nout Wellink warns eurozone economy could grow slower than expected, at 1.5% rather than 2.5%.

* BOI/ECB Mario Draghi says Italy's growth gap and other euro members is widening partly due to strong euro weighing on exports.

* BnB/ ECB Guy Quaden says collapse of German wage restraint will cause problems for ECB in fight against inflation. Inflation likely to ease in H2.

* SCMP: BoC may post drastically lower profits, or even a loss, if it writes down the $7.95b it holds in securities backed by loans to less-credit-worthy borrowers.

* UK Telegraph article: Euro at risk from Europe's own economic storm: It is the start of a long slide to levels that reflect a sluggish, half-reformed bloc in demographic decline. The euro must be weak, or it will break. Whatever happens, it is already too late to avoid the Latin Crisis of 2008.

* OPEC Sec Gen sees no need for oil output rise. Jump in oil to $200 unlikely - Der Spiegel.

* Another choppy and nervous start to the week, with US off today on MLK Day, after Pres Bush stimulus package failed to inspire US markets and soothe consumer fears on Friday, though focus today turns to possibility of Eurozone slowdown instead.

* Strong early selling pressure in EUR from large US Investment house, US banking group, pair of large Swiss names, large German names pushed EUR through stops at 1.4580-85 from 1.4600 handle, to hit fresh 4-wk lows of 1.4533, low since Dec 27 1.4468, weighed by ECB Wellink/ Draghi comments. EUR/JPY hit fresh 4-m lows of 155.28, low since Sept 10 155.12, on risk aversion as Asian stocks continue to take the beating.

USD/JPY under pressure on EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY, NZD/JPY sales, on risk aversion, with talks of huge 117.20 options expiry tonight, NY cut, despite the MLK day, talks >$1-2bln. AUD lifted up by RBA Stevens on Fri, let down by soft PPI today, extending losses to 0.8736 lows, good bids 0.8700.

GBP dipped to 1.9406 from 1.9480 on UK Rightmove house price, more rounds of GBP/JPY sales from Russian accounts.

EUR/CHF hit fresh 10-m lows 1.6051 on EUR weakness, with EUR/USD, EUR/JPY, EUR/GBP, EUR/CHF under pressure on fears that Eurozone will catch the economic "Flu" too.

Nikkei -535.35pts or -3.86% to close 13,325.94, low since Oct 2005. JGBs firmer on stock losses, 10-yr yield -0.025% 1.365%.

Crude oil off lows, now at $90.85.

Gold trading at $881.00/75,

Thai RT 06:46 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Very much thank that Amman for signal. I sell on it and make spice of 20 pips already covered now.

madrid mm 06:44 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Volatility is back and well

8-)

madrid mm 06:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Yo , gm and hello FX Jedi from around the world

Welcome to the pleasure dome

8-)

Housewives back at shorting NIKKEI..... ? Funny thing this am is that my platform spreads are wider accross the board....hmmmmmm

Amman wfakhoury 06:28 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
20 spicy pips if we buy eur.jpy now at 155.20

US SW 06:23 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
euroyen finding support here...maybe another leg down...then we see 160

KL FS 05:22 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Malaysia puteraku73 01:46 GMT January 21, 2008

i see no problem for gbpusd to go up as well, some accumulation pattern on shorter time frame, but need upside confirmation soon
both pairs are in a pretty good r/r ratio

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Syd 05:11 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Asian Economies Can Weather A Possible US Recession
Thomas Hogue
Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BANGKOK (AP)--Asia would be able to weather any recession in the U.S., analysts say, because rising trade and investment within the region make it less dependent on the U.S. economy than in the past.

While a severe downturn in the U.S. would drag on Asian growth by eroding demand for exports, a rapidly growing middle class is fueling orders for automobiles, electronics and housing - much of which will be supplied from Asia itself.

Voracious demand for oil, iron ore and other commodities to build roads, sewage systems, and office buildings - especially in the booming economies of China and India - will also help sustain the region through any U.S. slowdown.

"The U.S. economy is not that important anymore," Hans Timmer, a World Bank economist, said in Singapore earlier this month.
"China and India represent a bigger presence on the world stage than just a half dozen years ago," said David Cohen, director of Asian forecasting at Action Economics in Singapore. China, in particular, has "more it can bring to buffer whatever happens in the U.S."

Syd 04:41 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Home loan inquiries up despite rate rise
The desire of Australians to own their own home shows no sign of abating, with the number of mortgage inquiries continuing to soar, despite the spectre of higher interest rates and dearer petrol eating into the hip pocket.

X Inc Finance said home lending inquiries surged by 50 per cent in December, with a 30 per cent jump for January expected.

"December inquiries surged with people getting back into the property market after delaying buying decisions during the federal election campaign," X Inc Finance chief executive Jennifer Nielsen said.
RBA governor Glenn Stevens said on Friday that inflationary risks were to the upside, renewing speculation that official interest rates would rise again in February.
AAP

Lambeau Field Eli Manning 03:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Dag gum kickers!

Try again for more Euros = 1.4534

Lambeau Field Eli Manning 03:55 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Just bought me some good ole Euro for Peyton = 1.4546

Alaska Moon 03:32 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
US SW 02:35 GMT January 21, 2008
EURO LOOKS WEAK HERE....I want to go Long under 144.70
==========
It is best to post pairs here....I think you mean EUR/US and mean !.4470...
It just helps to post in pairs like ...I want to go long on EUR/US at 1.4470...

US SW 02:35 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EURO LOOKS WEAK HERE....I want to go Long under 144.70

Dubai NH 01:51 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
EUR touched 50% fib t 1.4544 and has done a bounce. Looks towards 1.4630 now

Malaysia puteraku73 01:46 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
KL FS 01:42 GMT January 21, 2008

Eur will go up? how about gbp?

KL FS 01:42 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
getting better and better r/r for long position i think, 2 portions are in already, last one still 1.4523, could go up anytime now

KL FS 11:05 GMT January 18, 2008
Subject:
looking to scale in eurusd long position 1:2:3 at 1.4613, 1.4552 and 1.4523, stop all 1.4473, I just dont think usd can easily break those support zones, once held above 1.53 should be the next target

Syd 01:35 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Rio declines to speculate on revised bid from BHP Billiton
Takeover target Rio Tinto Ltd has declined to comment on speculation that rival miner BHP Billiton Ltd is on the cusp of making an improved bid for Rio.Rio's share price in London jumped nearly five per cent on Friday amid speculation that a revised bid from BHP Billiton was imminent.BHP Billiton has made an informal proposal of three of its shares for each Rio share, valuing the target around $US110 billion ($126 billion).

Syd 01:27 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
A speech on Friday by RBA Governor Glenn Stevens in London to a business forum made it clear the RBA remains deeply concerned about the domestic inflation environment.

Stevens warned inflation is set to remain "uncomfortably high" in the near term, adding that growth in Asian economies will only be damped slightly by U.S. woes.

"The RBA's inflation concerns have not been tempered by global developments and the Governor's speech makes this abundantly clear," said Su-Lin Ong, senior economist at RBC Capital.

"With core inflation already above the ceiling of the RBA's 2-3% target range, it will have little tolerance for any upside surprises in forthcoming inflation data," she said.

Analysis by Credit Suisse shows markets are now putting a 58% probability on a further interest rate hike in February, up from a 30% probability on Friday.

The RBA has increased interest rates 10 times since May 2002 and its cash rate target now stands at 6.75%. The next RBA policy meeting on Feb. 5 will weigh both local price pressures and gloomy news from the Wall St.

National Australian Bank chief economist Alan Oster said the CPI is the key gauge for RBA.

"I wouldn't at this stage be writing off an increase in the CPI," he added.
dow jones

Syd 01:20 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
MARKET TALK: Aussie CPI On Track For A High Number - Westpac
[Dow Jones] Australia's CPI on track for a high number despite weaker than forecast PPI, says Westpac economist Anthony Thompson. Notes key CPI components of house purchase costs, house construction output prices surprised on upside, prompting Westpac to up core CPI forecast to 0.92% from 0.9%. Notes lower food prices in headline PPI unlikely to calm retail food costs as drawn from wide, catch-all basket. "If anything, it reaffirms our forecast for another uncomfortably high inflation number." CPI due Wednesday 0030 GMT

Auckland JJ 01:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
US SW 00:44 GMT January 21, 2008
LOOK like its ready to DIVE...majo long squeeze in a short period of time....EURO/SWISS FRANK

So SW where do you see the Euro/Swiss over next week?

Syd 00:57 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Australian CPI Threat Still In Place - NAB
[Dow Jones] Australian 4Q PPI prints below market views but "it is not a great leading indicator for CPI," says National Australian Bank chief economist Alan Oster; CPI picture remains very much still in place, key gauge for RBA to hike rates on Feb. 5. "I wouldn't at this stage be writing off an increase in the CPI" with RBA call on rates "50/50 at this stage". CPI due Wednesday.

Syd 00:50 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Australian 4Q PPI misses market expectations, but only small part of bigger picture, with focus very much remaining on CPI data due Wednesday, says Macquarie Group senior economist Brian Redican. Notes upstream price pressure not as great as thought, but still only a "tweak at the margins". Says inflation story alive and well, with manufacturing sector being hit most; "it doesn't fundamentally change the story."
dow jones

US SW 00:44 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
LOOK like its ready to DIVE...majo long squeeze in a short period of time....EURO/SWISS FRANK

US SW 00:39 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
USDCAD had some major MOJO here...will test 103 easily IMO

Syd 00:38 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Australian 4Q PPI +0.6% on quarter, misses market forecast of +1.2%, easing pressure on RBA ahead of crucial CPI data. Slipping producer prices feed through to consumer prices, though not all components measured in key RBA core inflation gauge. Key now is whether lower producer prices likely passed onto consumers, cooling expectations for RBA to act. CPI due Wednesday 0030 GMT, RBA meets February 5

Malaysia puteraku73 00:34 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Eur/jpy & gbp/jpy going down??

UK Alex 00:03 GMT January 21, 2008 Reply   
Apologies PAR, I thought you were being ironic. I see the story is entirely different.

 


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