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Forex Forum Archive for 10/20/2004

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Melbourne Qindex 23:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CHF/JPY : Current Comment.  Register with [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Boston mpd004 23:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
closed out my e/$ -5

Miami OMIL (/;-> 23:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 23:23 GMT October 20, 2004
Great classic fall games this year. Anyone that enjoys the game of baseball will enjoy these confrontations in the MLB league. I have a small preference for the Astros since I grew up in Houston but I am enjoying the games no matter who wins. GL GT

Melbourne Qindex 23:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
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Miami OMIL (/;-> 23:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eur/usd came a bit short of my key resistance but still bullish on my charts. Slowly creeping up there for what is considered to be an advance attack on the top price for this year. I was waiting for a test of at least the 2380 area but never happened, as the tough resistance for the year (2450-60) became tough support. If 2630 holds ground I have retracement numbers now at 2530-35, 2470-75, 2420-25 and 2375-80 for now. Again intraday indicators are screaming for a retracement at this time and mid term indicators are in O/B area but still bullish at this time. Long-term indicators are also bullish with room to go at this time. The proverbial bullish ascending triangle that had the market locked in a range war over most of the year has been cleanly broken by now and showing signs of heading north to test the top price for the year IMHO. GL GT

Dallas GEP 23:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 15:44 GMT October 20, 2004
Shorted some cable at 1.8180. trying again

Mla Evan 23:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 22:41 GMT October 20, 2004
Dallas, are you long or short?

knoxville dan-k 23:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ty

Dallas GEP 23:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.2573 Astros and Cards 4-4 BOTTOM of 9th CArds coming up Astros tied it 4-4 in their half of inning

Singapore Sfx 23:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.2574-76 if u mean lvl ...

knoxville dan-k 23:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
anyone, got the current print on eur $

Dallas GEP 23:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
More than likely EUR/GBP will long back up from 6920 That's what the charts say anyway

SAIHAT 23:17 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
asia range

1.2557 1.2621
1.2177 1.2253

108.06 108.42
0.7324 0.7356

1.8152 1.8206
1.2435 1.2475

Boston mpd004 23:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tarheel//sure do and many years ago there was a place called the 'Old Howard' there. An old vaudeville joint for strippers. Our gang in high school used to talk about cutting classes and go there, course, we never did :o) :o)

Shorting gbp/usd here

Calabash TarHeel 23:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Boston mpd004 22:58 GMT October 20, 2004
Hey, good to see another in my age bracket. Do you remember a city block in downtown Boston that was referred to as the "Combat Zone" many years back?

KL KL 22:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
top of morning/night all... right BE eurchf 1.537...gbpusd short working nicely from 1.818...move sl to 1.8178....at least gain 2 pips for the effort should direction change. Well it has come too high too fast...maybe tonight figure will again have us all scratching head...lets face it I am not a USD bull but why buy other ccy at this level...logic tell me to just short!!...so lurking around!! usd cad maybe looking to launch....

Boston mpd004 22:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tarheel//Yea, age kinda makes you want to stay local, I found that out after turning 60, but just bought a new motorcycle, so maybe things are reversing for me. (yeah, right!)

Calabash TarHeel 22:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Boston mpd004 22:48 GMT October 20, 2004
Don't know if you saw my reply Sat. Appreciate the invite for a drink. But I stay pretty close to home these days. Age, I suppose. If you're ever heading south, let me know.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GEP//actually, it's so quiet you could hear a fish fardt but it's always quiet before the storm. We're gonna see 1.2650 aisa session or not amigo? Unfortunately I sold my Euros at 1.2475 and didn't enter again to enjoy this last fiasco. Nothing like a 130 pip booboo. I did gain 155 pips last trade however..not bad, but only half of my possible.

Chicago Goofy 22:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gep, I guess u r saying short cable at 1.8180.
It is not a gud day for me. Mis bet the resistance of Cable this NY morning.
May I have your view on the E/Cable?

Boston mpd004 22:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
below post did not mean you posts Tarheel, I was just gonna comment on my color ema's, but decided against it, but I think your right. gt

Boston mpd004 22:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
was gonna comment, changed mind :o)

Calabash TarHeel 22:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Boston mpd004 22:11 GMT October 20, 2004
Gonna short e/$ @ 2575 for awhile

Hello mpd. Might see a few pips if it holds under 1.2580. I have support around 1.2550--1.2530.
gl

Dallas GEP 22:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Valdez, you would be surprised what is lurking about. I can feel it.

Juneau CAR 22:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OT quito. Homo Sapian has existed for about 160,000 years. 60,000 years ago a rough ice age reduced our numbers to just 10,000. We almost went extinct.

It seems though, that we did not start art until 50,000 years ago and then it is everywhere. Actually neanderthall had the larger cranial capacity. Ours is 1300 to 1500 CC's, Neanderthals was 1500 to 1800. They learned tool making from us very easily.

Neandertahll was a separate species that lived from about 500,000 years ago to about 30,000 years ago in Europe. Pushed out by Homospaien.

DNA work done by Donald Johanson and others at UC Berkeley stood anthroplogy on its head a few years ago when they discovered we only broke away form Chimpanzees 5 million years ago and baboons 20 million years ago. They had previously thought we had broken away from Chimps 20 million years ago.

A chimps DNA is 99.4% the same as ours. Lay it along side ours and it is hard to tell the difference. Womens DNA is more different than a chimpanzee's-lol.

Dallas GEP 22:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GBP/USD is giving some indications now that a downmove is pending and it could be as viscious going down as it was going long earlier. Longs from 1.8180 at work

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Now there's a spark in the darkness! What broker. Well, there are some 12 of them I know of and likely 12 more I don't and likely 12 more I don't care to. If you ask someone what the €/$ pair will do tomorrow it will be exactly opposite of the next guy's opinion. Same with brokers. The very ones that some swear by, others swear at. Consumer's Reports should do an article. DAMFINO.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:31 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Out of a world of tens of thousands of FX traders, GEP, I think there are 6 awake. Whatever we open or close the owls will have to wink at us and wonder. ;`+/

worcester js 22:31 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
what broker does everyone use?

Boston mpd004 22:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well, I just closed out just prior to that for +15, so what the heck, I'll just let it ride again before calling it a night.

Dallas GEP 22:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sorry I meant closed usd/CAD long closed at +10

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
boston// yea, it's worth a 1 lot gamble at least...wth, right? ;^] And at this stage if you place a bet, it will turn on you (turn out the lights and secretly place a 2 lot hedge bet on your 2nd platform!) LOL

Dallas GEP 22:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Closed usd/chf LONG @ +10 pips. Closed NZD/USD shorts at BE

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:22 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
100 years in the future. Will there be Big Macs, KFC? Albert Einstein when asked what weapons did he forsee being used in WWIII replied to the effect that he didn't really know but WWIV would be fought with sticks and stones.

Boston mpd004 22:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Valdez//yeah, you're right, but I guess I'm just not happy unless I churn up my stomach at least several times a day. I like being on edge! :o)

Eilat Dolphin 22:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Forget our hairy chests. In a thousand years, we'll all be looking like Viking Babes and enjoying it. The problem'll be with the terrorists, because they too...

hk mom 22:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athen, what's your view on your static 1.22 and 108 barrier now?
tia.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Boston mpd004 22:11 GMT October 20, 2004// I hope you brought a snack..it'll take til the rooster crows in Australia. :^0 GT amigo.

Boston mpd004 22:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gonna short e/$ @ 2575 for awhile

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 22:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Oil Range
58.4757 49.5184

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 22:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin// Sounds like the GV poll amigo. It boils down to this: nothing. LOL. If only I could get my new shop done and do a little experimenting with Tesla switches, do a little time travel, meet some chick 20,000 years in the future with a craving for a cave man with a hairy chest. Hummmmbaby. And bring back all those printouts of silly charts and stuff and make bajillions, own the world, fire all the governments. "It's good to be the king." Mel Brooks, History of the World part II

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 22:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.2196
then up some 3 figurs
then down to 1.17

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 21:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I think Euro 10 big figures

Eilat Dolphin 21:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The E/$ forex survey of the 14 biggest banks just out:

Great reading on : year end, 6 months, 1 year.

They agree on nothing: from 1.19 to 1.29 years end, median 1.25.

In a year, Royal bank of Scots says 1.40, Morgan Stanley says 1.17. RBOC says 1.3O which is median by then.
Median in 6 month: 1.25.

The other banks are in between, at random.
I think them experts are paid to throw darts, eyes closed.
Can't they just say I don't know ?

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 21:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NY banks buying back the USD they had to sell to make change this morning. Ever note a frequent spike before NY or at NY open, then a corresponding dip at NY close? Is that it? Dolph, you a Dr. I don't know what a woman's "yet" is but I read in the paper a few weeks ago a woman was shot and the bullet was in her yet. Damfino

knoxville dan-k 21:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
u have a target in mind on that?

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 21:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Placing a sell order for eur/yen
137.4885

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 21:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hello all..wow

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 21:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolph, to see true trends I gotta go with a 1 day time increment, 1 year chart. All I see is up candles, starting now the 7th since it started the last up turn 7 days ago. On my chart they're blue of course (FX trek man as I am) and down candles are red. No red, Fred. If we're heading down then someone better tell the chart.

I gotta meet U in real life sometime when the Euro engulfs the world and we have no FX to trade..your wit and humor are sterling. I was only in France for a few hours on a day trip with friends in their car from Geneva...back in 95. I'd truly love to see France. (afterall, I'm part French!). But then again I'm part everything. But I love good cognac. Real French cognac..not the American mouthwash.

Eilat Dolphin 21:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Something weird happen, here is the following:

And if ever it dies
Beware on being idle
Run, escape, without looking back (sell)
before a new light (day)
Sets the tower of London alight."



Some day we'll have that esperanto of yours.


Eilat Dolphin 21:38 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito: The Verse n° VII of my Corpus Sinaïticus resumes the 4 Hours E/$ situation, in French, because I can't be versed in English, but Spanish should help: ( attempted translation afterwards)

Après un bâton tonnant
La Flamme vaillament
Claque au vent

Et si par jamais elle meure
Gare alors à la demeure
Cours, fuis, sans te retourner
Avant qu'une nouvelle lumière
La Tour de Londre n'éclaire.

Following a thundering stick (candel)
The flag with courrage

Eilat Dolphin 21:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ I have heard archaeologist say: " In Babylon, the ancient used to have wireless communications, because we made digs and didn't find wires." ;^)

I am of the down to earth mix: metals, cement, glass, slide rules.Tangible stuff. The msot I'd accept is stealth planes, but I can see them!
So did I lose money today or was it just virtual.


BACK TO FX:

However, this doji star you asked for before becoming some countertrend believer is a lot to ask.

I have just checked the last 1800 4H E/$ candels, and have not seen -when on top of trends like we were five hours ago, a red candel immediately following a green one without it signalling some further rest at least.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 21:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
charts snoozing, me too.. Man as we exist now, homo sapiens sapiens now is believed to have existed in more less the same capacity, same cranial displacement (cromagnon had more) same general animal...for some theorize 500,000 years. Some say more, some say less. The new genome studies are discovering amazing things. let's say 100,000 yrs to be conservative. Our science is merely 200 years old at best..before that we had what we've always had if not less than some ancients. Divide 100,000 by 200, you get50 times that man blew it..never developed..only lived off nuts and berries? Uh...I don't buy it...nor would any statistician worth his salt. It comes as no surprise that one or more pre ice age civs existed, and advanced.

Las Vegas DJM 21:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Did New York go to lunch and not come back? I am so bored I am reading computer manuals.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 21:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolph, thanks amigo..I haven't officially put that website online yet, it's just there as a test bed, there are a lot of typos and it needs editing (it's never been edited!) and not all the pages are finished yet.

The Egyptians actually cast some of their large blocks as bubbles are found in thin slice micrographs. Some were from semi local limestone deposits as well. As to the mix the ancients used to cast with, that has never been figured out but it is NOT natural rock some of the huge blocks are fashioned. Inside some tombs were detailed paintings of wolly mastodons. Others held records of an ancient civilization which communicated on hand held devices with others who were "very far away" but could see their faces in the devices. Our new cell phones actually existed before the Egyptians. Believe it or not. It would be impossible to concept this 4000 yrs ago let alone lie about it.

Eilat Dolphin 21:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Very interesting to read all the way. Never heard or seen such a machine. Simple and trustworthy. Any smart "emerging country mason artisan" should have one to be more efficent, make more money etc.

How come Jews slaves back in Egypt didn't invent it ? They had more important brick to do? OK, you can Bible is a brick too.

Three small observations:
In paragraph entitled "Bricks made of recycled materials"
""10 cubic meters or 11 cubic yards" should read 13 cubic yards.
And ten lines lower: "4 Cu3 = 4.5Y" same ratio.

In the chapter "In a word: Density" paragraph 5, the site address is blanc or almost erased.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 21:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
What's unreal amigo..que pasa? La panorama navigable?

Santo Domingo tht 21:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
This thing is unreal.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 20:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Yes Santiago. After I was born Charles Schultz invented a comic strip character, Charlie Brown. And I get no royalties. No, Susana is not related to Fidel. (thank Gawd).

Santo Domingo tht 20:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Valdez - so your real name is Chuck Brown and your wife is Susana Castro Brown, right. I remember you mentioned that 14 year old kid designing websites.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 20:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Santo Domingo tht 20:42 GMT October 20, 2004
Yep, that's us. The kid (Edisson) is my godson (his mom is our lawyer) and my 2nd html programming private student. His first web project to serve as his thesis was 86 pages long. SEE IT HERE

worcester js 20:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
whats then consensus on who's the best broker?

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 20:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
LOL jk! Hey, who put that gum in my mouth!??" (or is this just Altzheimer's setting in?) My wife asked me why I always had a chair by the bed. "So Rigor Mortis can set in and I won't die". Amazing we still do not know why a magnet sticks to the refrigerator door to hold up a shopping list but we play with nuclear physics & collect quarks in magnetic bottles. Beam me up, Scotty! "Man has a profusion of means and a confusion of aims." Albert Einstein

Santo Domingo tht 20:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Folks - check this link.

http://www.cuencanet.com/ingapirca/contace.htm

nyc jk 20:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hey where am I? and why is EUR 1.2875/78 ?

nyc jk 20:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
lol Dolphin.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 20:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 20:05 GMT October 20, 2004// Project Rainbow..WWII, Tesla & Einstein trying to make a ship disappear from radar (early stealth)...Telsa quit when heard men would be onboard the first attempt..detuned his coils, left. Gov got another egg head, retuned the coils (sort of), ship disappeared but left hull impression in the seawater, then that disappeared, reappeared 30 some miles away, men fused with metal..some never found, some dead, others terrified beyond belief...big mess, project cancelled (they said). I wouldn't touch that with a ten foot pole. Butall ya gotta do is surround yourself on X & Y axis 360oM/sup> both ways with a fast rotating magnetic field(s) at velocity c, you're gone, pal. Where? Ask men lost in project Rainbow. E=mc2 E in ergs, m=mass in grams, c=vel of light in cm.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 20:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin// We reinvented an idea originally thought up in the 1930s a brick factory you can put in the trunk of your car. 7 cents a brick total cost incl labor, 1000 bricks per day per machine using 2 kids and a small cement mixer for the semi dry mix. Using crushed recycled concrete waste, less money still. Yes we have a crusher.

Just to note on €/$ one year chart using 1 day time increments, each of the last 6 daily candles (since Oct 13th is a rising candle. Who would short that with absolutely no falling candles or even a doji star? I sure wouldn't.

Eilat Dolphin 20:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
jk/ LOL, Just sixty seconds would do! The problem is how to get ahead of the first millisecond...

Sometimes I wonder if Mos-quito - when I read his predictions, doesn't already have one?

Eilat Dolphin 20:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Daniel/ It only takes a day's paperwork to own a company. The problem, the question is it's purpose...

nyc jk 20:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
valdez - for your next project, why don't you make a time travel machine, so you can see where EUR is going to be tomorrow? lol

Eilat Dolphin 20:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
DJM/ It may be that the US plumbers are just too expensive, while those working for Mars did have budget... and Spirits!

Budapest Daniel 20:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
LOL I wana owe some company as well :))

Las Vegas DJM 19:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hey, I like the toys on Mars, but I know what you are saying. Even passive solar power is almost never seen - even here in Vegas, which I can't understand.

Eilat Dolphin 19:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Congratulations!!! I am a big fan of metal shops too. The delivery room of my patents, conception being done in bed, or while swimming, or I don't know where.

For the next couple of patents, I think of moving to India, or possibly Viet Nam, as they'll need a thousand hours of cutting/welding/fitting, and the prices and human conditions (read working spirits) around my actual site aren't the best.

But I still have a few hunderd hours of vison/drawing of details to do.
When the market is dormant usually.

Rye, NY et 19:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
should read: t/p @ 1.2580

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 19:40 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin// True..20 years to rapidly react. I own among other interests a metal shop, building a newer/larger one soon. In the next year I'm assembling an excellent wind generator (turbine), ultraviolet water purifier system w/ quartz sand filter (we'll make that too) and hopefully if I can get a good price on electrolytic capacitors (instead of batteries) and a big honking rare earth magnet motor to get some semblance of an electric car built from a conventional compact car to charge off the wind turbine (or AC). In the USA 200 years ago shortly after electricity was invented we had electric generating windmills and windmill well pumps. That tech instead of being upheld by the gov has been forgotten in preference for orbiting military lasers & Mars remote control go carts. You can't control the public if they're independant, now can you?

Rye, NY et 19:40 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Rye, NY et 03:44 GMT October 5, 2004
I posted this the other day:
Rye, NY et 22:15 GMT September 29, 2004
...My view, at least, on the Euro is this: According to the method I use, the breakout needs to move to the upside. I'm looking for 1.2620-50 over the next two weeks. The correction low is "confirmed" (according to the language of my system); the recent high is not. After that, (not a very popular view, I'm sure) a sharp deepening of the correction--by about ten cents.........
(on Oct 5th):
Long EUR/USD 1.2270; take 1.2650; SAR 1.2110
Rye, NY et 12:54 GMT October 13, 2004
Add: Long EUR/USD 1.2233

I'm taking on these longs here (1.25880), but will not short until the breakout high is confirmed--so far, it is not. GL/GT


Antwerp Tom 19:33 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin, at least 20 years and by then some Arab oil exporters might join the European community LOL

Tiberia nonstop 19:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Moved my Euro/Yen short limit to 135.82, trailing stop at 30 pips.

Eilat Dolphin 19:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Sarkozy, the French Fin min just sent a letter to his euro collegues proposing a pooling of oil reserves + actions to take against oil speculators by selling interventions and so.

It does sound realistic that some organised force faces Opec and specs.

But it may take the Europeans politicians twenty some years to get a "rapid reaction force" together.

van revdax 19:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito"//Fundamental consideration is useful for long term trend. I think the development over the next several months would still be relatively of a technical nature. The mkt of US$ and US equities just need a kind of technical final 'flushing' before a blank new development could surface.

Anvers Paul 19:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hello,
I trade using ProBuilder (Pro Real Time , IT Finance) and i would like to program a dynamic line with an exponential moving average; Does anyone know how to create such a line?. The program draw a dynamic line but only with the current price. Thanx for your help.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 19:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Spotforex// Good to know, key is if $50 oil is temp or a resting place to $70 or more. As USD diminishes in value, oil relative to USD will appear to go "up". Falling USD = higher oil products for consumers to support in USD c'ncy countries. Oil greed and oil "friends" of the world have staved off what we really need..alternative non polluting energy resources. Had we those & had we spent tax dollars on energy alternative research like we should have, instead of doing the stupid State Deptment's/Presidink's bidding, we wouldn't be in this fricking Arab oil fix. Wind and sun are free.

San Diego DC 19:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez,

Thank you

USA Biscuit Boy 19:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Added some more $/cad long at 1.2450. Outta here GL and GT.

jkt-aye 19:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
i smell something special Revdax. GL & GT

Spotforex NY 19:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--European Central Bank Chief Economist Otmar Issing signaled Wednesday that the ECB may be increasingly concerned about the effect of high oil prices on the euro-zone economy.
Although he didn't directly say that the ECB will change its economic outlook, Issing said in an interview with television network CNBC views that petroleum isn't going to hurt the economy are becoming less relevant given the recent surge in oil prices.
Issing said a crucial factor is whether the high prices are temporary or permanent.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 19:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
San Diego// Sometimes I wait less than 45 pips, sometimes I let it drop a bit further. Bottom line ON A MOVE LIKE THIS involving 125 pips (all moves don't follow the same rules) I have to feel confident that the move is through or just resting. The question is, how do you know either of the two is true? I've found that waiting 45 pips more than not saves me stop/losses by moving too quickly after a peak.

To answer your question directly, if the move proceeds as this move is, nowhere, stabilizing right at my 45 pip limit in this case, then it's likely taking a rest before going up again. I say likely because we are on an uptrend both micro and macro. So I would not short now. Nor would I long. I simply will not play at all on what I feel is instable ground as this certainly is to me. I never feel "compelled" to trade. But there are those who would gamble. If they win, they're heros but it's shear pot luck and not anything else. Impressive but fake, to lose it another day. Bottom line, don't trade this yet.

Gibraltar PW 19:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito"
ok good luck.

van revdax 18:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FWIIW...sometimes in the beginning of next week, Euro/$ might reach a temporary top.

San Diego DC 18:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez ,

You mentioned that you look for 45 point drop from a second top on the 1hr chart. So, do you wait for the price to come back to near the tops again after the 45 point drop to go short ? TIA

Tiberia nonstop 18:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eur/Yen trying decide here at 136.20. If breaks could go to 135.95, "Fif Retrace" of 135.60 to 136.65.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 18:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gibralter// Another thing, look €/$ chart from a 30 day chart view, compare today w/ the move on 9-30, movement can find a false temp support then resume back on course. As I indicated, resistance for this move I feel is between 1.2630-1.2650 based on what I think the mkt can absorb. Actually it's hard to deliver a firm resistance forcast as the chart is way above the upper triangle line formed 1 year ago unless you count this recent move (which I do not)...to me we've begun to breakout, to me that spells unpredictable resistances since there will be no lasting resistance particularly until at least 1.30.

jkt-aye 18:35 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
from my simple calculator i found gbp toward 1.8239, chf 1.2159, aud .7400 within 2 days from now. imho

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 18:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gibralter, I'm in your camp but feel a pullback to 1.2545 is plausable at least as a stopping point, looking at the last 5 week's support line from Oct 12. But then again looking at "mother line" from 2 years ago, 1.2200-1.2230 is what many are calling true support. If we're truly breaking out then I would think 1.22xx would be true support. Frankly I'm not touching this until I see substantially low support hit, then I would consider it "safe" to long 200-300 pips at one play. Not being a pip raider that's the way I play. I personally will long the "rogue" pair likely at 1.2250-90.

Alicante RTN 18:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Long eurgbp from .6922 1/2

NewYork frankie 18:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The Euro has stabilised here. Buying at 1.2587 for 25 pips stop 10 below. These extreme days tend to finish more or less off the high reached earlier in the session.

NewYork frankie 18:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The weekly Cable chart is painting an ascending triangle with 1.85 ready to print in the next few days. Buy on dips has to be the preferred strategy. Will look to buy 50pips lower.

Gibraltar PW 18:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
eur$ i have restistance from a channel drawn from the year's lows coming in ard 1.2650. This is also the 76.4 retarcement of 1.2927/1.1756.
Also 78.6(sq root of 61.8) is 1.2676. So i'm guessing eur$ wll run out of steam up here. I dont think this run up to above 1.26 is the start of the move above 1.29. I expect that the euro will more than likely trade back to 1.20 , which i feel will be the place to get long eur$ for the move above 1.30.
All imho. Any thoughts plse?

KL KL 17:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
o.k good night / morning all....all possie letting it run till tomorrow,,,eyes telling me to zzzzz

kl codain 17:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
miss type .....good platform

kl codain 17:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
KLSE ? I dont know who else in our country want to view that when we have a god platform here...

KL KL 17:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
codain....you only do ccy?? any view KLSE?? I don't trade KLSE cos....(maybe KLSE laughing stock in this forum) cannot short it or not well connected enough to do it. Yah maybe one day can get to know you cos this job at this hour & sleep later like no rest type of job......LOL...ok short gbpusd 1.818...nice number.... this time sl 18 pips above another nice number ...made big boo boo with this trade just now...forgot this was her majesty...oh well lets see now

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 17:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NewYork frankie 16:23 GMT October 20, 2004
euro has a double top on the 1 hour chart. Selling here with stop at 1.2632

I had hoped that 1.2630-50 would furnish at least temp resistance which apparently it did and I hope your short works for you. I saw a double top too but 2nd top was HIGHER than 1st...usually indicates still going up, not down. Also I wait on moves like this at least 45 pips down from 2nd top to place a short lest it be a false drop (rest) befor going up more. Mkt will tell of course. GL amigo, good call if it pans out.

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kl codain 17:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
not so sure.... lotus might be a suitable place for tomorrow (Planning to rest from the market tomorrow)...
Well, I'm selling Euros at 2600.....looking for correction deep to 2450/2500 region for a a quick grab...

KL KL 17:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
kl codain, so which restaurant you are going tomorrow night or just roti canai from mamak shop...should still be open in some area??...LOL

Tiberia nonstop 17:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sold Euro/Yen at 136.52, looking for 136.16 near term, "feb" of 135.60 to 136.65 upmove.

kl codain 17:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
KL KL 17:09 GMT October 20, 2004

Me ? a good day (so far), thank god... closed 3 lot of 1.2450 for 9900USD profit at 1.2615 price just now.....
Now, looking forward for Selling the Euros...

KL KL 17:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
kl codain, I am sure lots of traders there too.... not sure what platform they use. How is your day? Looking or attacking??LOL ... fwiw shorted the Dow 9880 sl 20 above for quick scalp. Long eurchf1.537 sl 15 below...

Aden PK 17:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Freinds, closed all positions for a nominal profit and calling the day off.

-Closed Aud/USD at .7352
-Closed Nzd/USD at .6910
-Closed USD/Cad at 1.2448

Good luck to all of you.

Halifax CB 16:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FWIW - just closed all; it's been a nice morning, but NY will be back from lunch soon....

kl codain 16:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
kl kl..... i wondering long enough to get to know you better since we're in the same city...

USA Biscuit Boy 16:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ab????

U been hanging out with stockholm za??? :)

KL KL 16:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
moved gbpusd short to 1.8180 +2 pips at worst...just letting it run down or run me out!

hk ab 16:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.2--> 1.25 , 4.2%
50 --> 55, 9%

LA BV 16:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Is there any news out?

NewYork frankie 16:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
closed euro shorts for 20pips

Halifax CB 16:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Msc Eqwis - I'm not Dallas - but I know that for this sort of market (retracement), I just look for when tick (or one minute) data crosses back solidly over a 5 minute moving exponential average is enough for me.I'm carrying four right GBP, JPY, CAD & EUR now, it's a pain having to babysit them....

kl codain 16:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
That's what I mean just now !!! Eur/Usd gliding down to 2540/2450

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london iain 16:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NewYork frankie 16:04 GMT October 20, 2004

Good call. I reckon fighting this particluar bull could prove very painful..In this tough game I think it's the person that can change his view the quickest when wrong that profits most when the pennies are counted!!

Msc Eqwis 16:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas MD 16:09 GMT October 20, 2004
What is your target,pls?

NewYork frankie 16:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
euro has a double top on the 1 hour chart. Selling here with stop at 1.2632

KL KL 16:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
shorted cable 1.8183...sl 17 above

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 16:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo//Thank you for participating! We want to see more posters from Japan. Bring your friends!

Dallas MD 16:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Shorted Cable @ 1.8184.

NewYork frankie 16:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas Gep, don't clutch straws in this market. Reminds me of a joke a once heard. A body was found in the desert of N.Africa. The body had a frightened expression on its face and was clutching a piece of paper. On the paper it read Goliath to win 2000 sheckels. LOL

Tokyo IM 15:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP, thaks for your answers and comments, I am going to sleep now. GT everyone.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 15:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas LarryB 15:48 GMT October 20, 2004// Yes I certainly do and best of all they agree with Valdez. I've been preaching this for months on the FF..some laughed, some didn't. Without a low USD exports won't flower as the USA needs them to to reduce the trade def. The contra to that is that when we did have a high USD before from Xmas of '03 to April of 04 the exports didn't surge. We need 1.30 or better to start exporting more and EZ says 1.32 is their pain threshhold..intervention time. I think frankly we need a 1.35 €/$ pair to make a noticable trade deficit difference.Afterall, we're only talking a few percent in price difference here for US exported software, machinery, services, durables and that's really not that much. Don't think pips..think sence and cents.

Athens 15:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hk mom and IW, a pleasure.

Aden PK 15:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP, I always highly value your comments, you may be right on USD/YEN but apparently looks that demand for GBP/YEN and EURO/YEN may be relieving downside pressure in USD/YEN

Dallas GEP 15:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
AUSSIE and KIWI are showing some MINOR signs that USD may be weakly fighting back.

Helsinki iw 15:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Took your advice Athens, especially as I have been watching how EUR/USD trades outside it bollinger bands on intraday and daily charts, so have to agree with you. Thanks much and good to see you posting here.

Houston kiwi 15:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
cheers

Aden PK 15:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I am waiting to go short in Cable once the momentum starts falling. Currently short in Aud/USd from .7362 and In NZD/USD from .6929 and long in USD/CAD from 1.2443 but frankly mentioning I am not expecting a signifcant correction and might close the positions if in profits of 30 to 40 pips.

Dallas GEP 15:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CAD stop 1.2387 at this time and YES I am long

Dallas GEP 15:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
IM, IMO usd/jpy is being artificially supported if you know what I mean by our BOJ folks at this time. No absolute proof howvere. With this pricing action usd/jpy SHOULD be well below 108.00 but of course it is NOT.

Dallas LarryB 15:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
For those of you looking 4 reasons.

This move (dollar devaluation) was well telegraphed by several fed governors and foreign central bankers talking about the US trade and current account deficits in the last few weeks. They all said that the imbalances could not last forever and while it was not immediatly necessary a weaker dollar would probably be needed to reverse the trend. It was as if they were all talking from the same book.

Anybody else recall this?

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 15:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eilat Dolphin 15:33 GMT October 20, 2004// Truer words were never spoken. It's best to let this thing quit playing with itself, get it's cookies, then jump on it's back. IEven if we see a peak, it still may be a false one..I'd wait for at least a 45 pip loss to form something meaningful in the way of an indication that it's falling first before I would count it as a real peak. Sell off panic is ruling the mkt now..no telling how many USD are out there in hands which are shaking. I'd in fact wait for a double top with 2nd top less than the first one before I shorted. And I'd advise not predicting a top as the soothsayers yesterday said 1.2550 wouldn't blow and are now feeling pretty silly (like me). Biscuit Boy laughed at those predicitons and I'm proud of him for seeing through the BS.

In fact I am not going short on this at all. I am waiting simply for 1.23xx to appear on the retrace or this kid isn't in the marble game. PERIOD. I've got other things to do other than blow money on the rogue pair. I'm looking at today's almost solid blue (up) candle chart (30 day) FX trek chart...no real sign of retreat yet but looking like typical dog teeth peak forming like it did from 9-30 and 10-8.

Houston kiwi 15:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP, where do you reccomend a stop on the USD/CAD? you are long, right?

Aden PK 15:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Freinds refer todays Deutsche Banks comments on GBP/USD Their anaylist feel that break of 1.8135 can see 1.8190 but if 1.8190 gone then this will be considered as genuine break and signals gains up to 1.8450

Therefore the level 1.8190 should be watched carefully and I believe the momentum trading in such a market is the best way to trade.

hk mom 15:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens, thanks.

Tokyo IM 15:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I am more pazled by USD/JPY now. It has been sitting there for some time now. Any good projections ?

Athens 15:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
should read "we have come close to etc."

Dallas GEP 15:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Shorted some cable at 1.8180. trying again.

Athens 15:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Re my 08:25 today, "...A major target for the time being is still set around 1.2650..." and 08:34 description, "it marks the upper line of a medium term upsloping channel going back to 1.1770", I would recommend some profit taking on EUR/$ longs as we have close to that level a bit too fast today.

USA Biscuit Boy 15:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FWIW my low for swissie coming in at 1.2142 this week.

)toronto( Dr Unken Kat 15:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
yes according to some guys calcs he had cable 8186 as the weeks high

Antwerp Tom 15:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Took profit much too early, Mr. Greed where were you when i needed you?? LOL

Dallas GEP 15:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
IM GBP IMO will close 1.8120/30 area today

Rivonia PipPirate 15:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP Talkin John Travolting?

NewYork frankie 15:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
When a financial instrument rises gently, follow it. When it rises rapidly beware! Correction beckons with everything tomorrow.

Dallas LarryB 15:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CARNAGE!

Swiss - Wow!

Cable - Won't be kicked around anymore!

Canadian - The Loonie is flying!

Euro - Anybody calling 1.2625 two weeks ago would have been called called a nutcase!

USDX - Headed for a retest of lows!

Tokyo IM 15:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
By my prediction it will close above that level today or at least few pips away.

Dallas GEP 15:38 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
IM.....I wouldn't say it busted thru 1.8180....In fact an aggreesive trader could take a short HERE

Tokyo IM 15:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Cable just walked through the 1.8180 with no big resistance.

hk mom 15:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Very happy
all suggestions from bc brings you $$.

Eilat Dolphin 15:33 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
tht/ Besides more huge explosions, like the one that just occured in Bagdad, the $ bottom is in, or a few pips around the corner, imo.
But it's too late for a swim. Because of sharks, so a siesta will do.
1.2626 Wow!
GT.

Santo Domingo tht 15:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NOTE: Trading is now extremely COOL. Just trail stops 20 pips behind mkt. and go for a swim.

River Falls_USA_ PB 15:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GOES B747 13:43 GMT October 20, 2004 and others///wanna' read about structural faults in the $ read a book called "The Dollar Crisis" by Richard Duncan. Long term doesn't look good...especially when US debt lingers without foreign appetite for bonds.

Am still enjoying trading the bearish $ channels in Euro and Swiss...though fear has extended the USD/Swiss south of that channel the past 72 hours. Am expecting retracement of EUR/USD to .2450 after pushing the envelope at .2635. GL

Dallas GEP 15:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well that 1.8167 stop got ATE!!! GBP next level 1.8180. You guys see what I mean!! LOL

Dallas LarryB 15:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Yen Watch: Will it break at 108.11?

Tokyo IM 15:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Cable performing some acrobatic triks. While I were away it hit the roof and broke 1.8130.

Dallas LarryB 15:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
PHYSICS EQUATION FOR TODAY

Detoriating Balance of Trade + Slowing Economy + Stockmarket Losses + Oil Rally = feedback loop into USD forex market = VERY UGLY DAY FOR $USD

Tokyo IM 15:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 15:05 GMT October 20, 2004

I would say that it does not worth the risk but a good show to sit back and see ...

Van jv 15:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Interesting--USD/CHF testing lows while EUR still 300 p to 1.29 top.....

Budapest Daniel 15:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
worth a risk to go short

Dallas GEP 15:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NOTE: trading is extremely dangerous right now because we DO NOT have confirmations on reversals

Upington kalahari 15:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Thank you Helsinki iw , "if" we see those levels I will have a nice X-mas....

Tokyo IM 15:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Last time USD/CAD been this low is 1993. I wonder if it will bounce or hold and through.

Dallas MD 15:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Thanks GEP

Dallas GEP 14:58 GMT October 20, 2004
MD as far as a stop goes try 1.8167


Helsinki iw 15:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Fwiw
Trying to pick up USD/CAD slightly lower at 1,2390. The support at 1,2350/60 should be strong and difficult to break, at least on a first run. If broken, it could start moving towards 1,1770/80 and possibly 1,12 further out. Unlikely at least for now. IMHO

Upington kalahari 14:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sept/Oct 1992 to be exact.....:)

Dallas GEP 14:55 GMT October 20, 2004
1.8060 on target on GBP, at this time you may wait to see if 1.8150 holds. Usd/cad is at multi year LOWS

Dallas MD 14:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Shorted Cable @ 1.8133

Dallas GEP 14:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
MD as far as a stop goes try 1.8167

Dallas GEP 14:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.8060 on target on GBP, at this time you may wait to see if 1.8150 holds. Usd/cad is at multi year LOWS

Dallas MD 14:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Stp, Tgt?
Dallas GEP 14:50 GMT October 20, 2004
1.8126 short on GBP/USD

Dallas GEP 14:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
MD, 1.8150 is GOOD level to short 1.8131 may or mAY be broken now

OK SZ 14:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
sell order on euro at 12650

Dallas GEP 14:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1.8126 short on GBP/USD

Dallas MD 14:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Any thoughts as to what would be a good level to short cable? TIA Mauricio

Dallas GEP 14:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Ok usd/cad LONG also small possie from 1.2444.

USA Biscuit Boy 14:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well minus the rake....good trades mate :)

Upington kalahari 14:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OK, I have just sold some, (the zero sum game) . GL to you too

USA Biscuit Boy 14:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
This trade will be good until maybe 1-2 weeks after the election. I will know more as we get closer. Just playing the odds now. GL and GT.

Upington kalahari 14:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy , on what time frame do you trade? I am adding more shorts at 1.2440

USA Biscuit Boy 14:35 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bought $/CAD at 1.2443.

HK [email protected] 14:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
It is all about to a simple question if the market would like now to test the USDX=87. If this will not be happen soon, accept it as a big inconfidence vote in the USD, thus a continuation of the current decline.
A collapse may not happen, but a gradual decline up to election time is more reasonable.

HK [email protected] 14:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo IM 14:01 GMT October 20, 2004

From the weather charts, Typhoon TOKAGE, has been downgraded to a S.T.S (Severe tropical storm).

http://www.hko.gov.hk/wxinfo/currwx/wxcht.htm#

Any way that STS, looks as sweeping across Japan for a "general cleaning", thus damage may be expected to be big.

PA dessi 14:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy 13:26 GMT October 20, 2004
Have a question for you in the help forum.

Van DMX 14:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
There are some trades out there, but I think I'll wait until oil inventories come out at the bottom of the hour before I get in.

Upington kalahari 14:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy , I want to add to my short from 1.3005 so dont know where I should exit that trade, still contemplating

USA Biscuit Boy 14:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Going to pick some $/CAD up myself around 1.2430/40 if I get the chance.

Tokyo IM 14:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
It looks like Japan Tokyo/Yokohama area get some damages. I guess that can give more impact then I expected. I am not sure how market will react but apparently it is already reacting.

Fresh news from Japan, Tokyo.

Upington kalahari 13:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Rivonia PipPirate

That would be a great idea, "Hey Ernie pass me half of your winnings this month I want to buy some Canadian dollars please" :)

GOES B747 13:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 13:51 GMT October 20, 2004

I wish you was right, "the boys" forgot how to share...so problems started...they were too tight to open the wallet for cents and now they do not have enough dollars to cover.

gt

USA Biscuit Boy 13:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
LarryB I would like to buy again around 1.2350....that's just my opinion.

San Diego DC 13:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Turning Points for EUR/$ and $/CAD :

According to the cycle studies I use, today is an intermediate top for EUR and a bottom for CAD.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 13:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin//We trained there before going to Nam...Kadina Airbase in fact was where we were billeted.

Compare what's happening with €/$ to: 5-13-04 to 6-13-04 AND 6-15-04 to 8-1-04 on 1 year chart. Nothing out of the ordinary whatsoever and normal for this chart...we've been overdue for this for 1 month in fact. That being the case we'll short 200 pips soon enough after a week's consolidation at stout resistance (1.2630-50). And poster is right..Republicans can NOT afford a stock melt down..uh..Bush had better buy a 16 oz jar of Vaseline or have "the boys" so some serious USD buying.

Dallas LarryB 13:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
BisquitBoy All eyes on 126.12. If it breaks it we may not see 1.23 for a while. If a corrective move takes place why 1.23? It would seem more likely that return to previous breakout levels of 1.2520 or 1.2450 would be more likely.

Rivonia PipPirate 13:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Upington kalahari 13:29 GMT Ask Ernie Els :-)

GOES B747 13:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" and the rest,

follow the link, read with full attention and take few trades; it will make you smile

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gt all

Eilat Dolphin 13:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ Okinawa 65 ? Only heard about Okinawa 45'.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 13:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Good heads up on stock mkt open & Japan-¥-USD-typhoon relationship. Typhoons can be nasty..been there done that...Okinawa 1965. EUR/CHF chart shows weakening EUR...continuing to short since 10-1-04 so it's not only USD weakening as well as EUR, but CHF is becoming safehouse as I predicted last week. Tells me EUR/USD chart's ascent could have been more abrupt had EUR held against CHF...but it's slipping. Both c'ncys could go to hades hand in hand? Humm...watching this VERY closely.

Back of my mind says buy Au, the only real hedge because it's the only real thing. Sow bellies?

dc CB 13:33 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dallas Larry:

The Reps cannot afford a market meltdown...watch out for bear trap and mucho $$$ hitting the futures pits....too much to lose to put the election at risk..imho

USA Biscuit Boy 13:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
My TP this week will be hi 109's, low 110's. No stop. Hope this helps.

GOES B747 13:30 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
fwiw, comment from AAA European banker trading bunker "we really do not know, things are going out of control"; my question was "is it worth to go long NYSE @ 9600/50 level".

ideas/suggestions from the same source were 80%+++ accurate and profitable during the last 8 years.

gt all

ny amc 13:30 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Biscuit.........where are your s/l and t/p on usdjpy. Thanks

Upington kalahari 13:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
what long term targets are there on the caddie?

prague mark 13:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy 13:26 GMT October 20, 2004

is it broker platform

Tokyo IM 13:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Damage is not huge, so I would expect good move to the 109 area and maybe bounce back if USD continue to be weak.

USA Biscuit Boy 13:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
LarryB FWIW at the moment no new net shorts are being added by traders on my platform with this new move up for eur/$. This has been a good indicator in the past trend up about to pullback.......to say 1.23. Just MO.

Dallas LarryB 13:22 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Beware. Stock market set for an ugly open. Watch out if stockmarket sell-off (Dow Nasdog) reinforces USD selloff in forex market. If so the spring is coiled and could trigger big moves in both markets.

HK [email protected] 13:22 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo IM 13:09 GMT October 20, 2004
One little thing for USD/JPY bears, Japan having some desent damages from the typhoon.

If the typhoon damage will come out to be big the USD-bond market(sell bonds for Yen) will get the fire and so the USD.

kl codain 13:22 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Quebec Swap 13:20 GMT October 20, 2004

Agreed... looking down to 1.2540......or more 1.2450

Quebec Swap 13:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Shorting EUR/USD, looks like a failed attempt to pass 1.2605-1.2610. more likely it goes down and do some retracement rather than up.

Eilat Dolphin 13:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Larry B/ Even Indiana Jones wouldn't have the guts to short USDCHF here!

Spotforex NY 13:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Zorro....

another timely post a few weeks back.....you are now of Central Bank status...LOL

1.29xxx would be nice.

USA Biscuit Boy 13:16 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Closing my eur/$ and aud/$ long positions here. Now just long usd/jpy.

kl codain 13:16 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
SC my BN1.2480 position at 1.2599.
Waiting some strong reverse signal to SN another lot.

GOES B747 13:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Jeroen van der Veer (CEO of Shell): "global oil demand rose 3% during 2004..." and adds "....current demand levels cannot remain in tact"

gt all


DALLAS LarryB 13:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
If the Swiss can follow through on this breakout target is around 1.19

wellington am 13:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Auckland 13:01 GMT October 20, 2004
Not sure of the exact figure, but I saw 415 printed. Dang, should have bought.

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Tokyo IM 13:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
One little thing for USD/JPY bears, Japan having some desent damages from the typhoon. Watch that pair can behave very shaky. As far as Tokyo concerned, there is no damages so far. I would not worry about Tokyo.

USA Biscuit Boy 13:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Just bought it at 108.26. GL and GT.

Tallinn viies 13:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
closed my long euro position at 1,2613.
thnks all.

USA Biscuit Boy 13:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
You mean $/chf....ohhh no....going to buy $/yen very soon....right at my 108.21 target.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 13:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
BB u longing chf around here?

GOES B747 13:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Alimin 13:03 GMT October 20, 2004

I want, do not mind to deliver goods for it :-)

gt

Tokyo IM 13:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I think Fiber 1.2600 is broken and ready to go further, thanks to US weakness.

Sydney Alimin 13:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
suddenly no one wants $ anymore?

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 13:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
yeah BB

Dallas LarryB 13:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Check out the USD/Swiss on a monthly chart. It is about to take out the last support before 30 year highs. Much lower than 1.22 (where it is now) and it could moonshot to 1.12 (the next support level. Lots of scared money out there. Beware!

USA Biscuit Boy 13:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Looks like we may get our target Bahrain for eur/$ :) GT.

Auckland 13:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
wellington am 12:46 GMT October 20, 2004
Check out Gold. 425+
Tell me please what was current week low gold

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 13:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
2 nd aussie went through

HK [email protected] 12:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Common sense.

Jim Blanchard liked to say, "gold is the only financial asset you can own that isn't simultaneously someone else's liability."

The most contradicting investment is an ownership of a debt, as ... bonds.

See no mistake to it, that countries like Japan and China own that mountain of American debt, not because that is what they like to own, but this is the only alternative to facing higher tariffs, or… any kind of American protectionism.

Facing a declining USD the smaller investors will have to cover up with gold, the most acceptable financial asset worldwide.

The problem is that they will come late to the meal (as usual).

GOES B747 12:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dicky promised cheaper oil before going to Iraq and earn so much when oil is up...make the publc look like 'chain of dicks'

Eilat Dolphin 12:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
RF, codain/ $ and gold bonuses courtesy of D. Cheney yesterday's scare about nukes, bioTalibs & Co.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GOES B747 12:29 GMT October 20, 2004 //
yeah..LOL
Bad storm...I hope time to relax now

HK [email protected] 12:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gold is looking for a possible truncated Wave -5 end (only God knows) at about 427-428.

kl codain 12:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
HK [email protected] 12:45 GMT October 20, 2004

Agreed...1.2540 would be easier, 1.2450 would be bonus !

wellington am 12:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Check out Gold. 425+

HK [email protected] 12:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
kl codain 12:40 GMT

1.2540 may do too. That will be a test for the bulls determination.

kl codain 12:40 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eur/Usd; testing another round of 1.2600/05. Upon failure to do so, will retreat to 1.2450/00 region in next 5-7 hours, before picking up all the bullish strength to go higher of 1.2700.

"$ not to be save, but to be trade..."

nyc jk 12:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
thanks Bahrain , I will .

Dallas GEP 12:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well Aussie and NZD are both UP THERE now, will see, Poor timing on that NZD short. should have waited for 30 minute candle to close

nyc jk 12:31 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain - I agree, that's along the lines of what I am talking about. You are rightly discounting by the "risk free rate" or some approximation thereof, whereas in Goes' doom and gloom website they are talking valuations based soley on price/earnings, not in the context of prevailing interest rates. and yes I was just talking about general values in equities at the moment, not saying to go mortgage your house for a long day trade. cheers.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NYC
if U want the simualation model to evualte any stck...get email from Jay
Just an excel macro

GOES B747 12:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips

the next 30mins may confirm the TYPHOON effect is gone, time to play long JPY.

gt

Alicante RTN 12:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
AUD a bit stretched here and thus short small pos of AUDUSD from 7348

hkg panda 12:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dr Q// Thanks. Yen is tricky and just swing around today in London session.

Melbourne Qindex 12:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Alimin 12:20 GMT - EUR/GBP : It is doing fine.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NYC..oh OK...I guess as a general indicator
...there is really one model...
PV of the expected Earings...(Next 25 years or more)
discounted at risk free rate...TBills (30 years) ^tyx
Have to make a simualtion of possible earings into future + simulate possible prices of capital..^tyx...
not bad output for Giant comapnies...the only thing that PE and this method don't have in common is time value of money...so for a general rule OK to use but to trade...man..it's really dangerous

Melbourne Qindex 12:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hkg panda 11:39 GMT - It is going to be very volatile in the next New York and Asian sessions.

Sydney Alimin 12:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dr Q, where is eur/gbp going? can it keep the momentum till 0.70 handle or a pullback is imminent? TIA

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 12:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
B747//Correct. But look at any stock mkt. If you compared the actual worth of a compnay in terms of liquidatable assets compared to the value of its stock you would see a hideous overhang in any stock market. Less than 10% of the stock value of some companies is actual liquidable assets. With exception to the original stock portfolio I had since I was a kid which itself is worth substantially (and of sentimental value), I liquidated my stocks and funds 100% into cash in 1995. My brother laughed at me and he's continued to add to his portfolio. But I can sleep. Hence my interest in FX..I would MUCH rather have cash making cash than in the highly overhung stock & fund mkts. You mentioned the "big lie". Friend, all stocks are a big lie just as all currencies are a big lie. And when the stocks crash I'll be right there to gobble them up cheap along with the Morgans, Rothchilds, Bilderbergs, Duponts et al, and wait 'til the next war for them to go up.

Melbourne Qindex 12:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hkg panda 11:39 GMT - Keep an eye on the Yen crosses.

Melbourne Qindex 12:17 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hkg panda 11:39 GMT - It is very similar to pivot point. The market has a tendency to retreat back to the critical point when its momentum is diminished.

nyc jk 12:16 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:10 GMT October 20, 2004
U remind me of Grand ma...
she said
" if aircrafts crash every 1:100000 take offs...
eventully u will be in on...
Never fly"

LOL, that's a great one Bahrain.

Budapest Daniel 12:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin, very constructive advice. :)))

wellington am 12:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
having been burnt playing the short side on equity indices, I'm tempted to stay long or out. Stay long, keep stops tight, and use some out of the money PUTs to capture the crash "when" it comes seems to be the best approach to equities. Like Buffet says, in the short term, share prices are pretty random, but over the long term, equity markets behave as a weighing machine.

nyc jk 12:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
oh now I understand, you are one of those CRASH, permabear, supercyle type folks. well pointless to continue the discussion, just keep shorting those "overvalued " equites based on "analysis" from doom and gloom websites. cheers.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
No such thing as oppertunities in Life...only Risk!!
The independent Variable is risk...can be taken..
Rewards are a function of it...not other way

Dallas GEP 12:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hello All ... went short NZD/USD @ 6910 ,,, BTW RED SOX won last night 4-2 I predicted a RED SOX loss 4-6.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
U remind me of Grand ma...
she said
" if aircrafts crash every 1:100000 take offs...
eventully u will be in on...
Never fly"

???
My Father was half empty glass person as well...so
Cheers!!

nyc jk 12:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain - I am talking about aggregate equity levels, not individual stocks. gl

GOES B747 12:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 11:59 GMT October 20, 2004

when people cannot afford the EUR 300/- and it equals in other ccys. per month to all the stock schemes; CRASH is the next step.

as the EUR 300/- made financial establishments (bankers, insurers) to hide the lie with bigger lie there is always a moment of true; when those establishments cannot generate the EUR 300/- coming in...we all will suffer in one or another way.

this stock schemes regarding the pension funds are rolling snow ball of the last 50 years...but again, covering a lie with a lie looks the manner choosen...in place of touching the roots they still play with makeup.

gt all

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 12:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
€/$ has punctured 100 pips above the 1 year triangle, significantly proving to me the chart has broken out. The corresponding time interval for €/CHF was flatlined. That means the move was USD devaluation. Yesterday I had my doubts that breakout time was here before this AM's move,. now I am convinced enough to perform my actions appropriately. I don't think the chart's peak has formed yet however: tomorrow is a big news/event day for USD:
USD Int'l Jobless Claims(OCT 16) 12:30 es=344K pr=352K
USD Fed Poole Speak: St.Louis Conf'ce on Prodctvty 12:45
USD Leading Indicators (SEP) 14:00 es=-0.1% pr=-0.3%
USD Fed Bernanke Speak: Oil & the Economy 14:00
USD Philadelphia Fed Index (OCT) 16:00 es=19.0 pr=13.4
USD Fed Bies Speak: Supervision Connecticut 17:30
USD Fed Yellen Speak:US Econ'c Outlook San Fran 22:15
You know what happens to USD on news days. The estimated values are positive so they have been priced in already. If there is disappointment, the €/$ chart takes another hike up. Don't short 'til you see the whites of their eyes.

Halifax CB 12:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Re. Cad - Intresting that the spike down happened well before 3. 00 GMT, so what ever drove it is - I assume - different then the others, which have usually occurred 12:00-14:00 GMT. Any idea of the cause? I'm taking it as a last gasp of the downtrend (for now :) & shorted it a while ago...but with news coming up at 12:30 GMT it's probably rather risky...

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
+ You are forgetting the time it takes to play...LOL

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Lots=2^n...

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 12:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
NYC
Do the PE for ebay...u will short like "H"...
Ebay is worth 10 bucks...why 88?

GOES B747 12:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   


"GOES B747 11:15 GMT October 6, 2004
FED rates above 9% during 2007; and may go into +++15% year later.

What is the best financial tool to use to enjoy such a move ???

tia & gt"

Eilat Dolphin 12:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Within 10 pips/ Russian Roulette must last longer than those exponentials you publish.

You remind me of the Persian Shah wanting to thank the inventor of the chess game some twenty five centuries ago: Ist square= 1 grain, 2=2, 3=4, 4th square=8 etc.

Unless you own 10 full supertankers of course... and don't like chess!

nyc jk 11:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
b747- that uses a very simplistic argument to come up with an incorrect conclusion. one always needs to put price/earnings in the context of current interest rates to correctly determine value, otherwise you are comparing apples to oranges. under that proper methodology, even using the basic Fed Model as a basis for comparison, one could argue US equities are actually slightly undervalued, not highly overvalued as you suggest.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:57 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Kiwi
1 0.6932 0.6766
2 0.6949 0.6739
4 0.6961 0.6718
8 0.6972 0.6700
16 0.6981 0.6685
32 0.6997 0.6659

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
usable Margin=100%-Margin Used
Goes I think..the figure U had in mind is Margin used...so
it' ok to use this method if OK with Margin Used >10 to 20 % @ worse...

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 11:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GOES// Any move by the Fed to counteract a forthcoming 1.32 EUR/USD will lead to neg impact on US econ (more expensive loans). They can rate hike 'til the American people have been strangled out of loan money (variable loans will be wicked) & it won't stop this trend. The stock mkt will short (shortly) & money can be made by those traders who savy how to short stock indeces to make profit (unlike Mom and Pop's ratholed investments in ATT down at the friendly M. Lynch). All the while the US works off it's trade deficit with lots and lots of juicy exports to EZ & elsewhere. Oil is the only stumbling block. But all this is temporary and will turn around 3rd Q 2005.

GOES B747 11:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
"The US Stock Markets:
Valuations in the US stock market remain near 20 times peak earnings, the same multiple that was
observed at the 1929, 1972 and 1987 extremes and significantly exceeded only at 2000 bubble peak.
This is simply another way of saying that if anybody expects a new (or renewed) US bull market from
here, in historical terms, they are expecting a bull market which STARTS from the top of any previous
bull market in history. The likelihood of that has to be the longest odds in all US history."

source: www.the-privateer.com

gt all

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez ///
I think your level of 1.2350 area is due in a week

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 11:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GOES B747 11:32 GMT October 20, 2004
EUR/USD" is the move started from 06/SEP/2004 can be comparable to the move of 24/NOV/2004 until 29/DEC/2003 ???

Yes. Or take your pick of what upslope you want. The 3 year chart has never yet deviated from a very pronounced uptrend, only minor see-saw up-down topography.

Long term: Laugh if you will, (those who shorted last night when I questioned "why" aren't laughing this AM) next year I see a double top forming starting now, similar to the one from 11-1-03 to 5-1-04. The USD will likely maintain the slow decline in value it has trended since Dec 2002 for months to come to form that pivotin double top likely at 1.32 or higher. Keep laughing...then will show a retrace in value trend ever increasing (shorting) in relation to its crosses for the proximal 3 years (short). There are many global reasons for this too involved to explain here but that's my take 747. GL.



hkg panda 11:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
bahrain//Hi there. Just curious, why don't your edit your lvl to 2 dec. places to save spaces? It will make it easier for me to browse the forum. thks in advance.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Goes...it's just less stressfull this way...
All investment houses do this method

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Cad Player
1 1.266919628 1.247355027
2 1.268996186 1.245421533
4 1.270594885 1.243932977
8 1.27193282 1.242687219
16 1.273101956 1.241598631
32 1.275110219 1.239728726

hkg panda 11:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dr Q//What is the meaning of critical point in yr notation? Thks.

Tokyo IM 11:38 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Next resistance for Cable is 1.8130. After some retrace I think go long on Cable.

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Tokyo IM 11:35 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I say it is a good time to start longing the Fiber.

wollongong S 11:33 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney, how is the Aussie dollar looking?

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 11:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well, well, well, just fired up the machine, it's €/$ Christmas. I didn't -think- shorting the XXX/USD last night was a good idea with all those blue candles still forming from Oct 15 on that 30 day FXtrek chart o' mine & nary a red one. Waiting to see where this top forms..1.2630-50? After the subsequent BIG short, I don't see real resistance in sight for a long "longing" flightpath. Onward & upward. Events yet to go:

20-Oct Wednesday // All times: GMT ex=expected pv=previous
NO USD DIRECT EVENTS TODAY

CAD Leading Indicators (MoM SEP) 12:30 es=0.4% pr=0.5%
CAD Wholesale Sales (MoM AUG) 12:30 es=0.5% pr=0.1%

NZD Visitor Arrivals (SEP) 21:45 pr=-0.6%

JPY MerchdseTrade Bal(Total Sept) 23:50 ¥1,431.2Bln ¥576.1Bln
JPY Adj MerchdseTrade Bal(Sept) 23:50 ¥1,213.0Bln ¥1,044.7Bln

See "Gold Links" in the Help Forum posted last night.

GOES B747 11:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

is the move started from 06/SEP/2004 can be comparable to the move of 24/NOV/2004 until 29/DEC/2003 ???

tia for your opinions

Sydney Alimin 11:31 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
be careful, dollar bear might not be over yet, dollar index is accelerating downward..clear break of 87

Tokyo IM 11:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Fiber bulls need to push on it after touching 1.2600. I think we can say that bulls are on the right side.

wellington am 11:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ok, shorting kiwi/usd now. small pos. confidence level 3/5. daily trend is still up, and US may not raise rates in Dec, but chart looks toppy, gold is toppy, oil is toppy, the market is majorly net long, and there's talk of big sell orders by the banks.

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Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
My 2nd order eur went through

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
well...say U have an account with FXSOOL
they offer 1K Lots 1.5K 2.5K...100K
and in the same time U can change the margin as what you like form 1:400 to 1:50
if U take 1 K with 1:400...this method is great

GOES B747 11:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:17 GMT October 20, 2004

I hope you can generate money like you generate jokes; I do not see a reason to go for such postion building with leverage higher than 1:5...1:5 is money making and anything above that is account blowing.

gt

ny yn 11:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
one of the lovely groups I have got through
forexfamily groups dot yahoo dot com

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:17 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
1:200 with censored...mini
what I mean buy the lots...is just double with whatever account if ok with 80 to 90% Usable margin @ worse senario including other positions..if not ok...start with better entry and double as u go along...

this is euro
1 1.2587 1.2401
2 1.2612 1.2375
4 1.2632 1.2355
8 1.2648 1.2338
16 1.2662 1.2323
32 1.2686 1.2297

OPO MW 11:16 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Tks
Gl and GT all

ny yn 11:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
am going to short USD/JPY at 10842
SL 108.59
PT 108.00


Eilat Dolphin 11:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Daniel/ look for the color map (not globe); color clouds, no night...

And you have it all: included water temperture wherever you are... cloud tops temperatures; and ABOVE all.....

Land temperatures, so that you can guess how much heating oil the average American or European lady will order today!

Then you take positions accordingly. ;^)

Melbourne Qindex 11:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OPO MW 10:25 GMT - Use USD/CHF and EUR/USD as the reference for the time being. See details in my page.

GOES B747 11:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:10 GMT October 20, 2004

with which leverage you take that ???

gt

ny yn 11:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
prosignal dot net are they right?they say that they have made +15300 pips since jan 2003??only trading three pairs.



JUST COMMENTS

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Bahrain Within 10 Pips 11:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Ordering chf this way
1 1.2426 1.2212
2 1.2455 1.2181
4 1.2478 1.2158
8 1.2497 1.2139
16 1.2513 1.2122
32 1.2542 1.2093

Budapest Daniel 11:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
gottcha GOES thanks.

GOES B747 11:01 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 10:58 GMT October 20, 2004

imo, USD/JPY will go below 107.45/50 before it will go 109/-

gt

Budapest Daniel 10:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
GOES: Does that mean that for example usd/jpy may move 100+ pips from now on?

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Hong Kong Ahe 10:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Does Kiwi know how to leap jump? Risky level for those shorts. Good trades.

GOES B747 10:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 10:52 GMT October 20, 2004

such events make JPY to add 1.5%-2% of it's value during the next 2-3 trading sessions...kind of pride :-)

gt

Budapest Daniel 10:52 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ahh ok got it, I just thought about a term used by traders :)

GOES B747 10:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 10:48 GMT October 20, 2004

do you follow the news ???
TYPHOON hit Japan !!!

gt

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 10:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Goes
sometimes both right...
my target was 1.97...
sometimes goes down again from your level..to my entry (Your PT)...then up again..could do this several times

Budapest Daniel 10:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
typhoon effect?? what is that? :))

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 10:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Goes...I got stopped...but hey..I hope so too.. GT
aussie corretcted
Trend Hold Buy
Start/Lots0.7330 0.7187
1 0.7343 0.7246
2 0.7360 0.7221
4 0.7373 0.7201
8 0.7384 0.7185
16 0.7394 0.7171
32 0.7410 0.7147

GOES B747 10:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
closed GBP/JPY short for +2pips; waiting for the TYPHOON effect to relax...

gt all

wollongong S 10:37 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Success in longing Aussie dollar. sold out - now getting ready to Short Aus$

Eilat Dolphin 10:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
yn/ Fear! To miss the move.

ny yn 10:33 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quick question ....what made markets move like this few hours ago???

KL KL 10:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ny yn, you r probably right...I was just looking at fundementals...like commodities getting whacked ...and gold looking toppy...trying to catch the top for a ride down anyway this type of trading need to make stop loss short as well. Right now I am looking to short at .734...stalling here cos no more fuel.... ponder ponder!!

OPO MW 10:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Good Morning.
Qindex, what do u think of this cable...is still a buy?
TIA

GOES B747 10:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FEDEX, DHL, UPS and etc. invoicing in Europe 'oil surcharge' that is around 23% of the shipment/mail value for packages upto 20KGS...will not make the customers to go out of business BUT...

gt all

Rivonia PipPirate 10:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Europe FXP 10:11 GMT Very risky advertising here, take care and GL.

GOES B747 10:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips

good afternoon to you and to all;

GBP/JPY short is running from 196.10, I hope that my target will hit before yours...

fwiw; just finished meetings with logistics companies, all people worry about paying the mortgages and safety of their jobs as Pan-European business is DOWN (namkers asked them to save 25% of running costs!!!) and Asian companies starting to squeeze exactly at the places used to give pleasures not so long ago...this EUR move makes people to worry for real this time.

good and happy trading

Chicago YM 10:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
morning all

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 10:14 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OK...I changed it...slighty to remove confusion
aussie..for example...would double Your lots with every level
Hold Buy
Start/Lots0.7330 0.7187
1 0.7349 0.7237
2 0.7355 0.7228
4 0.7358 0.7223
8 0.7360 0.7221
16 0.7361 0.7220
32 0.7361 0.7219

Europe FXP 10:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
As per my yesterday's post :

Hi everyone,

I would like to know if there is any serious trader who would consider trading my IB account sharing the profits in it. If anyone seriously interested : fxperience2 (at) yahoo (dot) com. Only serious and successful traders. This ain't a joke.

******

Have tried in the NY/Asian session, and I'm leaving this message for serious and successful european traders as well.

(initial capital : 100k+)

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ny yn 10:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USD/CAD triggered sell signal for 1.2330

few hours loonie were 1.2580 and drop harply during last three hours and now it is oversold.So if you miss to sell it at 1.24 and above that mean the you willnt catch the train.....What a system!!!!

sofia anmart 09:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD is expected to make a top at 1.2625-30.

ny yn 09:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
KL ....
Do you think that anyone can fight a strong trend?walk against storm?
I were astonished how you go short on aussie at this time???

sofia anmart 09:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USD/CAD triggered sell signal for 1.2330.

NY MGH 09:54 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Anyone think we'll see euro in the 1.24s again?

Helsinki iw 09:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
That didn´t hold it for very long.

Helsinki iw 09:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USD/CAD very close to 1,2490/00 support and a break would target 1,2350/60. If this is a leader as it sometimes tends to be, it might be difficult to see any kind of correction in the majors.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 09:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
allocate Hold Buy
Start 0.7330 0.7187
64% 0.7341 0.7171
74% 0.7351 0.7157
91% 0.7372 0.7126
Aussie

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KL KL 09:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
out all audusd -16 pips...at .7331....must stick to game plan and cut loss short....bah hum burger!!!...Ready to attack at .736....going for dinner licking wounds!! and maybe jush half lobster...

KL KL 09:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
sold more audusd .7328....move sl 10 above averaging...not my cup of soup to average.. but just hate to lose bad habits...if this fail then I end up with tiny pip gain overall

Eilat Dolphin 09:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens/ Sure! But it happens that the most important FX thing is also the most difficult thing...

sofia anmart 09:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
EUR/GBP -0.6955. We buy at the market for 0.6987.

sofia anmart 09:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CHF/JPY-88.63. Long from 88.45 target - 91.10

Athens 09:17 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin, then I am sure you are a good trader. No joking, the most important thing in the market is to leave a bas trade behind and look only ahead.

sofia anmart 09:16 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gold-421.80. We buy at the market for 432.

Eilat Dolphin 09:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens/ Thanks. The morning is sure happy, but I was on the wrong side of the trade...

Athens 09:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sorry Dolphin, it was a typo. I meant eur/$.

Eilat Dolphin 09:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens/ by euro 4 you meant 4 Hours ?

ny yn 09:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I dont hear of zorro zone?

Athens 09:06 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin, glad to hear it's a happy morning for you. Yes, mild corrections are possible but trying to chase them by short selling can prove very tricky. Selling eur/4 to take pofit is a different story and no obkection to that.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 09:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
allocate Sell Hold
Start 1.2404 1.2232
64% 1.2423 1.2212
74% 1.2439 1.2196
91% 1.2476 1.2158

chf

EU ZORRO 09:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Good morning to all EURO bulls....!!!!

....Zorro Zone was a nice support....

....IMO we could see 1,29 this month...

..Keep Buying EUROS in all dips...!!!!

Eilat Dolphin 09:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens/ happy morning! in my book, the E is overbought and we should have entered a flag formation at least till the US oil inventories. Ok a couple of dead cat bounced soon to be cut down, as nerves are still tight on the buy trigger.

Tokyo IM 08:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I say short $/Yen and take profit @ 107.70. What do you think ?

Eilat Dolphin 08:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Within 10 pips/ You want to be called 100 Lots, or something? How about Trend Lots ? ;^)

macau madame 08:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ok..enough today..tomorrow we all buy dollars....

Eilat Dolphin 08:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Gotin/ Even express elevators do let people out at some stops, and in FX we got parachutes.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Cable
allocate Sell Buy
Start 1.8095 1.7882
64% 1.8113 1.7860
74% 1.8130 1.7841
91% 1.8166 1.7798

HK [email protected] 08:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I still hold to my view at..... HK [email protected] 01:25 GMT October 20, 2004, EURO TO 1.2710 , where one may consider taking profits for wait and see.
Just one has to remember that USDX<87 and not too much Res. to the Eur(on daily basis) to reach the Feb. top.
And to all those who keep on posting Reuters news about bad fundamentals of Euro and so.
If you trade the Reuters you will find yourself sooner than later with nothing, only to learn Milton's say, that markets can turn so irrational, to the extent of driving you out of them.GL/GT

Plovdiv Gotin 08:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
With this speed euro can visit 1.2650/1.2710 today.

prague viktor 08:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens..thank u very much...
van Gecko it must be (you were) G/L all

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:43 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
allocate Hold Buy
1.2569 1.2420
64% 1.2585 1.2403
74% 1.2599 1.2388
91% 1.2630 1.2355

Might add that in there...say wanna do 100 lots..
64 of them at 1.2585
another 10 at 1.2599
and another 17 at 1.2630

MACAU madame 08:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
C9s at work..will go home soon to prepare dinner...and stop selling dollars.....

KL KL 08:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
short audusd .7318 sl 10 above...looks like breaking down...go USA

hk mom 08:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Buy one more usd/jpy 108.20

Athens 08:40 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Anyway, for the time being the moderate resistance 1.2590 I mentioned a little earlier is still holding and may continue to do so as long as $/CHF and $/JPY hold their static (not dynamic) supports 108.00 and 1.2200.

Athens 08:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Viktor, it isn't an O/B level but for now 1.2650 +/- is a good technical level in that it marks the upper line of a medium term upsloping channel going back to 1.1770.

prague viktor 08:31 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
van Gecko ....ou were right mate ..it was the end last friday G/L G/T

prague viktor 08:30 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Athens:G.day..is the 1,265 good level to P/T..or it can go higher..tia

KL KL 08:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
out gbpusd short + 10 pips audusd +7.....very nervous day...just keep short at each new high and collect!!

Athens 08:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I said here during last w/e that there were all kinds of technical reasons for EUR/$ to move higher and almost none for a lowe move. Now the unit has cleared my first target 1.2540 (a support now) and has reached my second (moderate) one 1.2590, so a modest correction may be seen. This pair isn't O/B yet on my tech, therefore trying to fade these moves still is risky. A major target for the time being is still set around 1.2650 without saying that it will surely be seen in the current move this week.

van Gecko 08:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dollaryen breaking 109 adds fuel & credibility to euro's break of the 6 month range..
Speculative Positioning Index is no holy grail, its the size of the deal that count as theres no democracy in fx.. there will always be some lucky specs to tag along the back of elephants for the ride in any trend but the majority of market participants are trend contrarians.. fwiw
cheerios..



Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:20 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Euro
Hold Buy
1.256908251 1.241968468
1.258512295 1.240265046
1.25988719 1.238804969
1.263003619 1.235495462

KL KL 08:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
short gbpusd 1.8105 audusd .7322....sl 10 above again no reasons...but for quick pips

Sydney Alimin 08:17 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
mex sjs 06:57 GMT October 20, 2004

well done mate, hope u will get your 1.81xx target

nyc 08:15 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
& sorry mr gold coast martin

nyc 08:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sorry mr GW Bush..

hk ab 08:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Revdax, any today special? hahaha.

hk mom 08:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Buy euros, wear diamonds.

Auckland ECH 08:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD Daily Relaxed View. Long consolidation pattern since Feb 04. Head and shoulders broken. Next big bounce 1.2930

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
if wanna buy eur for a day
<1.2510

sofia anmart 08:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CHF/JPY -88.45. We buy at the market for 91.05.

Sydney Alimin 08:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
now, the much-talked 1.2550 euro options barrier is gone, what's next?

KL KL 08:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Cannot believe it myself, so quick this is a wild day..nearly end up with egg in face...now still looking to short the carry trade...not sure yet what levels to short yet...so use momentum now

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
100 points more for cable

Helsinki iw 07:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
FWiw/ Pared size on EUR/USD longs, looking to rebuy lower.

SAIHAT 07:57 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ASIA RANGE
1.8008 (almost low)1.8054..... work well

1.2553 1.2591 (almost high).... work well


europe R-s
1.2469 1.2567 (may good r)

1.2232 (may be good s) 1.2345

hk ab 07:55 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
now time to figure out your entry on eur.

Santo Domingo tht 07:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
That was a cool move.

KL KL 07:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Wow what a rare day..all possie in +ve.....maybe don't count chicks first...too good to be true ...so exit all possie +14 + 8 + 2 +1 =25 pips....now flat...maybe better focus on one or 2 at most eyes now flashing...LOL

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 07:50 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Greenie talking after NY Close...why?
http://www.geocities.com/kalzayani/EurPeaks.gif

Sydney Ge11Ja 07:49 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Alimin 07:44 GMT October 20, 2004

it appears all stop related

hk ab 07:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
ldn//for gvi, the % is roughly 50/50.

Budapest Daniel 07:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
To the usd/jpy longers: What are your target points guys?

Sydney Alimin 07:44 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
any news out related to eur? what's this sudden burst of buying? or is it just stops triggered?

KL KL 07:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
long usdjpy 108.39 sl 10 below...hope it all works well....move sl for gbpusd to 1.8077 +3pips gain he he...never lose on a winning trade...come to think of it tempted to take profit since all now looking good....hmmm

NewYork frankie 07:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Just mad. I can't believe 1 minute after posting the Euro just goes rocketing up like that. My 10 pip stop was hit thankfully. This is getting too hard. Totally manipulated market! Beware!

Ldn 07:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Latest reading on the bank's Speculative Positioning Index shows EUR specs holding net long positions at 70% of the biggest long in the last year , I suppose market waiting for it to get to 100%

Chicago Goofy 07:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hate the euro which dont talk fundemantals.
Sterling led the breakout where I was stopped out.

hk mom 07:38 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
give bc trust.
Buy usd/jpy 108.40 positional long.

KL KL 07:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OK SHORT gbpusd 1.8080 sl 15 above audusd .73 eurusd 1.2559 sl 15 above as well...guess I waited long enough....finger cross

hk ab 07:35 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
will try small eur short for daytrade. enter in 2 parts.

Pecs Andras 07:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dolphin
I was reading about lumpy otpion defense rumors at 45, 50, and 55.
If true, all these have fallen

hk ab 07:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
It's a small scale yen crosses intervention.

Eilat Dolphin 07:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Andras/ Wasn't the defense simple 25 pips lower ?

hk ab 07:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Oilman, are you ready to return to gvi yet?

Pecs Andras 07:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Where was that exected very strong defense of the 2550 level that we have all read about?
Most sites said there was a couple of ten mill dollars at stake...

Sydney Ge11Ja 07:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Typical early London smash and grab, there will be some client queries over all that

lugano f. 07:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
sold eur s/l 1.2580

hk ab 07:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
london// Do you still have any usd-bullishness left?

Lugano f. 07:24 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
totally crazy who is buying ... seems only a speculation on gbp (hope on rat hikes) ...

Eilat Dolphin 07:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Well that was some 5 minutes.

hk mom 07:23 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Nice crash of "1.2550" barrier.

Eilat Dolphin 07:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dare Frankie, dare. The three attempted breakouts to the top are still a bit close timewise ,as to see a reversal.

So we are still in dangerous waters, either way.

Sydney EM. 07:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The Australian share market continued to fall from its recent record levels Wednesday with the slide in mining stocks continuing to gather pace following last week's steep falls in commodity prices. The materials subindex closed 1.6% lower after Australia's four largest base metal miners, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, WMC Resources and Alumina, all fell over 2%.
Steel stocks also slumped after their U.S. rivals, including Nucor and AK Steel were driven about 10% lower overnight. Local steel producer Bluescope fell 5.9% and OneSteel plunged 7.4% The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index closed down 14.9 points, or 0.4%, to close at 3700.1 points, its low point for the day. "Last week's slump in commodity prices on the LME is still sending shivers through resource stocks," said David Halliday, a client adviser at Macquarie Equities.
"The 6%-7% drop in metal prices was enough to drive investors to lock in profits, and see the general tone of optimism abate."
AFR

NewYork frankie 07:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I dare say if the Euro doesn't break this industrial strength resistance RIGHT NOW, we are going down some pips. Good risk reward sell here. Put a 10 pip stop above today's high and shoot for 30 pips down

mex sjs 06:57 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
i just longed gbpusd here at 1.8030, seems we are visiting 1.8140-60 area..nice rising channel in 4 hr chart...past 4 weeks weekly avg range is 235 pips, so far 1.8068-1.7926 range is only 142 pips....if current low 1.7926 plus 235 pips = 1.8171, which seems pretty good from current price....any opinions? gl & gt

Chicago Goofy 06:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Short comes in plz

Ina co'z 06:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Calabash TarHeel 03:08 GMT October 20, 2004

hoping we get the advantage from this opportunity... :-) GT!..

Melbourne Qindex 06:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 06:45 GMT October 20, 2004
CAD/JPY (adjusted) : The upper barrier of my daily cycle is positioning at 86.60 // 86.70 and the lower barrier is expected at 85.32 // 85.40. The odds are in favour of taking short position and the short term target is the lower barrier. My expected daily high is 86.42.


... 85.32* // 85.40 - 85.50* - 85.60 - 85.69* - 85.78 - 85.87* - 85.96 - 86.05* - 86.15 - 86.24* - 86.37 - 86.42* - 86.51 - 86.60* // 86.70 - 86.79* ... 86.97 ...

Melbourne Qindex 03:32 GMT October 20, 2004
CAD/JPY : The congested area of my daily cycle is projected at 85.96 - 86.33. The upper barrier is positioning at 86.69 // 86.88 and the lower barrier is expected at 85.23 // 85.41.


... 85.23* // 85.41 - 85.59* - 85.75 - (85.96* - 86.15 - 86.33)* - 86.51 - 86.69* // 86.88 - 87.06* ...


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GER ad 06:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Long USD/CHF at 1.2283 for 30-50 pips (S/L 30 pips)

Pecs Andras 06:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The sixth straight monthly decline in orders with a 4.1% fall
recorded in August. The construction sector continues to cause a drag on the wider economy and on the jobs position particularly. There were nearly 10% fewer people working during the month of August compared to August 2003

This is the kind of news we have had form EZ for the past weeks and EUR started flying

LAX-LGB SNP 06:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
shorting €/£ appears to be an attractive carry trade
Gold is unable to make inroads past last week's levels so $/chf looks hot to trot ;-)
£/$ above 1.7981 & aud/$ above 0.7259 need to hold but high-yielders are losing momentum so dont catch a falling knife

kampala klh 05:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I think that BOE minutes will take up the gbp b'se, there is a possibility of one more hike before the end of the year.
What do u think about this? True ofalse?

Zaporozhye, UA Nemo 05:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eilat Nautilus is dark grey & invisible, not like Eilat's Yellow scope ))) 120 - So sprach Sakakibara! ;)) lol

Ldn 05:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
While there is no doubt that some of the sell-off in oil prices since Monday's peak - and accompanying yen strength - might be due to the contract expiry later Wednesday, the strategist says oil could go to the low-$40s "just like that."
The oil market is so overdone that it could come off in a second if the spec longs bail out
reuters

Zaporozhye, UA Nemo 05:42 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Eilat Nautilus is dark grey & invisible, not liko Eilat's Yellow scope ))) 120 - So sprach Sakakibara! ;)) lol

Eilat Dolphin 05:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Nemo/ Shouldn't you drown your Nautilus pilot...? And hire me (if the music is good and the sextant accurate, that is.)

Zaporozhye, UA Nemo 05:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
$JPY 120 before 31 Dec. ???? :))

Zaporozhye, UA Nemo 05:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
est 05:00 GMT Former Vice Finance Minister for International Affairs Eisuke Sakakibara speaks at symposium on corporate Japan and international competitiveness.

SAIHAT 05:13 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
europe R-s

1.2469 1.2567
1.2232 1.2345

108.03 108.79
0.7232 0.7308

1.7953 1.8109
1.2520 1.2624

Eilat Dolphin 05:12 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Read weather, "surface air temperature" ;^)

Eilat Dolphin 05:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Weater rather warm in populated US and Canada today, as well as populated Europe & Russia. AS for Siberia and Northern Canada, don't even ask.

Anyone seen news (Haaretz) of major earthquake in Southwestern China that said to have detroyed twenty thousnd homes but killed no one ?

Nothing yet on USGS, and they are usually vibrating quite fast.

cebu praetorian 05:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
good day traders...

Vancouver BC WLV 05:02 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USD: everybody is expecting a quick bounce... that's the danger. It may not happen or else everybody gets rich. LOL. That is not the norm.

SF MRZ 04:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Dollar looks like a buy across the board, for some postion trades. $/chf may make the move next week.

Los Angeles ss 04:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Thanks all for the BOE infor.

Indonesia-Solo Raden Mas 04:40 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Hello all !!
Eur/usd
Level Buy : 1.2489 – 1.2475 – 1.2442 – 1.2418 – 1.2386 – 1.2365
Level Sell : 1.2563/75

GBP/usd
Level Buy : 1.7996 – 1.7965 – 1.7908 – 1.7889 – 1.7862 – 1.7854
Level Sell : 1.8094 – 1.8125

Aud/usd
Level Buy : 0.7217 – 0.7188 – 0.7188 – 0.7114
Level Sell : 0.7280 – 0.7299 - 0.7409 – 0.7447

Usd/jpy
Level Buy : 108.01
Level Sell : 108.92 – 109.25 – 109.86 -110.15

Usd/Chf
Level Buy : 1.2259 – 1.2238 – 1.2173
Level Sell : 1.2386 – 1.2436 - 1.2476/88 – 1.2563

gold
Level Buy : 417.60 - 416.70 – 416.20 – 413.70
Level sell : 423.50
..

Eilat Dolphin 04:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Did I get it wrong ? Excluding Russia oil, with 70 Mill/b/d extraction/consumption, and with supertankers loaded at max 1.8 Million BPD, and with an average 4O days round trip (Whole Gulf, Nigeria, Venezuela, Algeria-Libya)... (time corrected for pipelines)

We need about 40 supertankers loaded and sailing out per day. Thus a fleet of 1600 supertankers, number which imo, does makes sense! Too big.
So where am I wrong ?

However, this must be true: with 40 or so supertanker loads to sell per day, if there is one more buyer, thant's a 2.5% market overload....

So we better start checking the weather in the western hemisphere for the post hurricane season.

While waiting for the experts opinions, I am off to GOES&co satellites.

Eilat Dolphin 04:21 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The answear, again, will float in the oil pit... which is a bit frustrating for us guys.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 04:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
MRZ// CABLE indicates it's shorting and the banks say a good indicator of "rogue" is the pair &euor;/$. Now, €/$ may target 1.2450 first but the 1 mo trend line ALSO says it could go to 1.2450 & it wouldn't be radical to see 1.2400 support.

Eilat Dolphin 04:03 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Mos-quito/ I swear I knew the answear, but I can't write when I think, or think when I write, whichever comes first; that's because of a stinging mosquito, or may be I'm just coming down with the new virus Bushin-fluenza.

SF MRZ 03:59 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I'm seeing whites, down candles, in eur/$'s eyes. time to shoot

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 03:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 00:26 GMT October 20, 2004 to be exact.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 03:57 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
The BOE and many other FX events on today's calendar can be found on the calendar list I posted a couple hours ago here.

houston st 03:56 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   

SS -- 08:30 GMT...good trades.

Los Angeles ss 03:53 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Anyone know when the BOE minutes will be released? Thanks.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 03:51 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
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Note: My techs are diverging wildly. Try the 30 day 'rogue' (€/$) chart (F X trek chart linked at top of this GV page). Use Indicators:
SMA150
SMA100
SMA65
EMA80
Looks like a telephone cable on steroids past Oct 15. Since it's my cash, NO WAY I'd short the 'rogue' pair right now...but mkt will tell.

Melbourne Qindex 03:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
CAD/JPY : Current Comment.  Register with [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Syd 03:28 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Analysts expect Bank of Canada to make a subtle shift to less hawkish, more balanced monetary stance in monetary policy report due tomorrow; while bias toward higher rates in coming months likely retained, perhaps won't be at same steady, uninterrupted pace previously suggested by bank. "I think it's a little bit neutral - they're sitting on the fence

Ina co'z 03:22 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Calabash TarHeel 03:08 GMT October 20, 2004
ya..thanks...i'll keep an eye for resistance 1.2526..
Good Luck friend !

Calabash TarHeel 03:08 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Ina co'z 02:58 GMT October 20, 2004
yes my friend, maybe we have to concern with resistance 1.2525 for eur/usd..GL !

I have raised my sell to 1,2526, stop 30 pips. First target still 1.2472.
gl,gt

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 03:00 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
€/$: Don't short 'til U C the whites of their eyes." (or unless you place small bets & pip raid. This longI strongly feel IS NOT over. FWIW.

See ICT ML & my "Au LINKS" on the help forum..updated monthly...will post in 3 min. Eye opener!

Ina co'z 02:58 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
yes my friend, maybe we have to concern with resistance 1.2525 for eur/usd..GL !

HK [email protected] 02:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
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Sydney Alimin 02:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
thought would be nice to short eur/usd but it is too obvious isn't it? even from daily chart..

Ina co'z 02:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Morning All...!

I thought good for shorting eur/usd...star candle formation on the 4hrs chart...with TP at 1.2447 GL/GT..

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Ldn CR 02:06 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hk mom hi are you short yet on Aud ,

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Sydney Ge11Ja 01:48 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy 01:46 GMT October 20, 2004

thanks for the reply. I tend to trade this info by selling the first attempt for a quick pip raid and thereafter trying to buy the break. I think as time goes on there will be very large stops placed above

have a good day

Gen dk 01:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
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USA Biscuit Boy 01:46 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Ge11Ja 01:27 GMT October 20, 2004

I wouldn't pay too much attention to these option defenses. Nobody knows if the writer is already hedged or if the original buyer is also hedged, and to what extent. I think it is more a case of stops being placed around this level and entities defending their stops. Now if a CB is defending a certain level then I would pay attention lol.

wisconsin tim 01:45 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Projections for 10/20/2004
Date Currency Close R1 Close S1 R1 High S1 Low
10/19/2004 AUDUSD 0.7328 0.7252 0.7329 0.7195
10/19/2004 EURGBP 0.6964 0.6924 0.6981 0.6921
10/19/2004 EURUSD 1.2575 1.2476 1.2586 1.2414
10/19/2004 EURYEN 136.21 135.25 136.95 135.04
10/19/2004 GBPUSD 1.8095 1.7963 1.8097 1.7877
10/19/2004 GBPYEN 196.09 194.65 197.06 194.44
10/19/2004 NDZUSD 0.6909 0.6834 0.6935 0.6799
10/19/2004 USDCAD 1.2606 1.2524 1.2656 1.2484
10/19/2004 USDCHF 1.2330 1.2215 1.2407 1.2207
10/19/2004 USDYEN 108.75 107.93 109.70 107.73

Dallas GEP 01:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
MOM, normally eur/usd and usd/jpy go OPPOSITE directions.

KL KL 01:41 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Looking to short everything under the sun but wait for it to go 10-20+ pips higher first on current charts....just being contrarian...USD power will be seen later this week to make us think twice of being dollar bears....

hk mom 01:35 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
My aud/usd selling will target 0.7000 line only. Buy them back heavy reverse them will be the right trend.

hk mom 01:34 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Me think buying usd/jpy and eur/usd must be right for 3 months trade.
Buy buy buy 1.2510, 108.50.

Sydney Ge11Ja 01:27 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
a question for all the exotic option experts. There has been much talk of huge option defense at 1.255o because the payout is so huge, talk is somewhere between 10 and 50 mio. The defense is because the writer of the option doesnt want to have to pay out on the option. But isnt there an equal and opposite position out there ie the buyer wants it to trigger therefore they have just as many bullets to push it through 1.2550?

HK [email protected] 01:25 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Chart of Euro/USD looks great. Good I went to sleep early last boring night.
What I post, now is what I wanted to post last night, and it seems to me that my view has gained some ground.
All what was needed to see is a consolidation at the range 1.2500(+,-) 20pips.
As we are on the USDX=87 line, all are puzzled.
Based on my calculations chances are …first target at 1.2600 on the way to 1.2710
There the USDX will be approximately 85.XX. and one may take profit for a wait and see.
No doubt that USD devaluation may hit consumer confidence through making some goods and services more expensive. So the whole idea is, not to prevent but to delay the USD devaluation as near as possible to the election, so price changes due to the devaluation will take effect after the Elect..
One may begin considering this view as not correct, on a down-break below 1.2480. and completely wrong on the down-break of 1.2450
Just think simple, that it is for 3 days, the bears can’t suppress the Euro below 1.2450 and election time is approaching.

Mfld JM 01:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
I'm short gbp at 1.8019 SL-1.8045 TP-1.7950 Will add to pos at 1.7995

Dallas MD 01:10 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sounds Great to me!

Dallas GEP 01:07 GMT October 20, 2004
Won't get there in straight line but gbp/usd looks short to at least 1.7950 area. Starting to confirm now on all the shorter timeframes

LA fxnew 01:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hi GEP:

any chance cable is breaking its high???

Dallas GEP 01:07 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Won't get there in straight line but gbp/usd looks short to at least 1.7950 area. Starting to confirm now on all the shorter timeframes

LA fxnew 01:05 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
hi any target for cable short this asia session?

thanks

Calabash TarHeel 00:47 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney EM. 00:36 GMT October 20, 2004
Agree, the Yen is going where the BoJ wants it to. I think somewhere around 107.50 they will burn some Yen longs.
gl,gt

GBP/CHF 00:39 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Whats the opinion on this, long or short..

Sydney EM. 00:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Calabash TarHeel dont think the BOJ will be too happy with that report after their hard work trying to stop it from rising

Dallas GEP 00:36 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
OK Valdez, but this is strictly a quarter mile car man. Turbo is being custom built now.

GBP shorts starting to work. Have order to take usd/cad short @ 1.2608

Calabash TarHeel 00:32 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Sydney EM. 00:18 GMT October 20, 2004
Yen Trades Near Three-Month High After Crude Oil Price Decline

The yen is the most undervalued currency, Merrill Lynch & Co. said in its monthly survey of global fund managers.

I guess then that Merrill Lynch & Co. must consider net 38% of 171 fund managers thinking the Yen undervalued to be an outstanding majority.

SAIHAT 00:29 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
SAIHAT 09:41 GMT October 18, 2004
WEEKLY RANGE

1.2337 1.2623
1.2149 1.2501
108.53(no bounce yet) 109.98

0.7218(has good bounce) 0.7393
1.7920 1.8150
1.2418 1.2612(has good dip)


quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 00:26 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
MRZ// I think you're right. Interesting the waves and the 1 year chart triangle more or less agree. You use Elliot, right?

Today's worry sheet


20-Oct Wednesday // All times: GMT ex=expected pv=previous
NO USD DIRECT EVENTS
EUR ECB Papademos,Liebscher,Padoa-Schioppa Speak(Oc20-21)0:00
AUD Westpac Oct. Consumer Conf. Indx 0:30
JPY Convenience Store Sales (YoY) (SEP) 7:00 pr= -0.9%
EUR Germ.Construct'n Orders (BBK)(MoM AUG)7:00 pr= -3.1%
EUR Germ.Construct'n Orders (BBK)(YoY AUG)7:00 pr= -13.9%
EUR Ital.Indus.Orders s.a. (MoM AUG) 7:30 es=-1.1% pr=2.3%
EUR Ital.Indus.Orders (YoY AUG) 7:30 es=4.8% pr=0.7%
EUR Ital.Indus.Sales s.a. (MoM AUG) 7:30 es=-0.1% pr=0.7%
EUR Ital.Indus.Sales n.s.a.(YoY AUG) 7:30 es=4.1% pr=-1.8%
GBP Bank of England minutes Oct 6-7 Meeting 8:30
GBP CML, BBA & BSA Mortgage Lending Figures 8:30
GBP M4 Money Supply (MoM SEP P) 8:30 es=0.7% pr=0.8%
GBP M4 Money Supply (YoY)(SEP P) 8:30 es=9.9% pr=10.1%
GBP M4 Sterling Lending(BP)(SEP P) 8:30 es=£13.0Bln pr=£13.9Bln
GBP Pub.Finances(PSNCR)(SEP)8:30 es=£8.1Bln pr=£3.3Bln
GBP Pub.Sector Net Borrow.(SEP)8:30 es=£3.0B pr=£5.2Bln
CAD Leading Indicators (MoM SEP) 12:30 es=0.4% pr=0.5%
CAD Wholesale Sales (MoM AUG) 12:30 es=0.5% pr=0.1%
NZD Visitor Arrivals (SEP) 21:45 pr=-0.6%
JPY MerchdseTrade Bal(Total SEP) 23:50 ¥1,431.2Bln ¥576.1Bln
JPY Adj MerchdseTrade Bal(SEP) 23:50 ¥1213.0Bln ¥1044.7Bln

SF MRZ 00:19 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" -- thanks for the update -- I did a wave count thing on Eur/$ and it seams to be deciding right here. This side ways on the weekly chart may be coming to an end. For what it is worth, I think this up move will give a chance for the heavy Eur/$ longs to unwind postions for the rest of the year.

Sydney EM. 00:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
Yen Trades Near Three-Month High After Crude Oil Price Decline

The yen is the most undervalued currency, Merrill Lynch & Co. said in its monthly survey of global fund managers.

Bangkok FBF 00:18 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
quito//50 mio payout if my memory serves me correct

Melbourne Qindex 00:11 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
AUD/JPY : Current Comment.  Register with [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

quito_ecuador_valdez "mos-quito" 00:09 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
SF MRZ// Where's the rest of her? Why not go for the whole archive: HERE.
I noted Jay's post on GV...in the research section of Global View (right side bar navigation):"...There are rumors of a huge payout in the option market if (eur/$) 1.2550 is breached and this will be heavily defended until it rolls off in a few days..."

EVIDENTLY €/$ still "wants" to hit 1.26...my prediction using the 1 year triangle for mid Nov for a trend change may be 2 weeks late! The more I look the more I see $ bears. But it appears from the 1 year chart we should dive to 1.2350-75 before it takes off.

Melbourne Qindex 00:04 GMT October 20, 2004 Reply   
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