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Forex Forum Archive for 04/30/2004

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Miami OMIL (/;-> 19:39 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
I hope everyone has a good and safe weekend see you on the other side.

Dublin CK 19:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Happy weekend to you all, its a fireworks display for me tonight. Should be a massive one for all the new member EU countries.

Have a fun and safe one.

Gen dk 19:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
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houston st 18:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

shutting her down for the week friends; a good weekend to all and especially those on Golden Week holiday; holding eur/usd for now, waiting for the eventual assault on 1.20xx next week.

adios.

Gen dk 18:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
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Stockholm za 17:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
fwiw.....
If the criteria for the downward movement is not being fulfil then wisdom should put you in the know, that it is the up side that is being act on …
Consolidation defines channel width & depth …....
Happy trades & weekend to all ……

london phil 17:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
gold down 2-3 dollars in the last half hour fwiw

london phil 17:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
off

london phil 17:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
gbp jpy hit a triple top today first one 20/4 before selling of

ny amc 17:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
livingston................I try not to but sometimes I cant control myself

Swiss DG 16:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
No move anymore. Have a good week-end all of you.

Saihat 16:53 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Current month
50%
EURUSD 1.1991
USDCHF 1.2970

22.00 GMT

OK SZ 16:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nh, in your boat also..have a good weekend

Livingston nh 16:42 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Well it is Friday and I have avoided doing anything stupid (I have accomplished this by very aggressively doing nothing) but the temptation is still strong because it is Friday - so I am off to a long lunch and I wish you all a good weekend especially if it extends an extra day

Don't do anything stupid it's Friday

OK SZ 16:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
does anyone here have any experience using fractals? if so, could you please pass along any info..I am currently looking at this..thanks

SPb Mike 16:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ur wlkm Kevin
Thnx all of u guyz 4 ur posts, thougts and help. Have a nice weekend!

chester wb 15:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
shorted eur/jpy @ 132.20 tp 131.65

Nottingham 15:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Van jv 15:51 GMT

silver price action has actually been quite constructive over the past few days...gl gt

Gen dk 15:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
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HK Kevin 15:56 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
SPb Mike 15:50 GMT, appreciate for your help.

Van jv 15:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Quiet here but silver up .25 and GC $3....

SPb Mike 15:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
HK Kevin 15:47
03.05.04 Japan JPY Constitution Day
03.05.04 United Kingdom GBP May Bank Holiday
04.05.04 Japan JPY Citizen's Day of Rest
05.05.04 Japan JPY Children's Day

Nottingham 15:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
regarding China, commodities, demand etc. I don't think we should read too much into recent move until after their holiday

Sydney alimin 15:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
looks like this is an effort to keep euro closed just above 1.1980

HK Kevin 15:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sorry guys, do Europe and US markets open on next Mon?

OK SZ 15:45 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
euro 20dma is 11976 which they trying to keep it there, 200 dma comes in at 11946 so a close above these looks good for the euro bull..

Van jv 15:42 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Quiet on this front--which way the coming storm?
Puzzles me most ..AUD--seems split 50/50 expectation .74/.76 and .70/.68.....on Fundamental ..China effect,,..interest hike ahead +++...????

Nottingham 15:41 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sorry both of the 66 handles should be 67

boulder dat 15:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Nottingham...

you could be right. seems that someone is bidding the euro above the 1.1975 area. that could keep the cross up as well.

Nottingham 15:38 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
boulder dat 15:33 GMT

somebody has taken advantage of these thin volumes and it is an all or nothing payout...if the cross dips much below 6740, you could see some v large selling in an effort to cover losses and since volumes are v low, you could well have the cross down to 6625 and under...it is just something to watch for, but odds are that whoever is behind it will be on the bid to ensure a positive result for them (above 6645)...gl gt

nyc sa 15:33 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
looks like euro above 1.20 is unsustainable for now , seems really like end of month setup .

boulder dat 15:33 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Nottingham...

i just assumed that someone just dumped their long cable position. no one did the same yet for the euro, and then eur/gbp went up accordingly. i haven't heard of anything happening in the crosses that would make this move happen. still, euro has just come off of the figure again. if that holds, then anyone who bought may get nervous, and then get out.

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 15:32 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
trade what u see before u see it and that may work!
from bart simpson

london phil 15:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nottingham which one is in the wrong position then would you say gbp or euro after these players have finished with the eur gbp fun

nyc sa 15:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thnx london , as to GBP/yen could this run be related to end of april options and we may see lower next month ? I am still hoping as I shorted at this level . Qindex seems to see it going lower .

Nottingham 15:29 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
boulder dat 15:26 GMT

there are some games being played in eurgbp, by players not normally in the game, which is having the effects you speak of on the respective dollar crosses...gl gt

boulder dat 15:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nyc sa 15:07....

the options would have come off around and hour and half ago. 10:00 yours.

boulder dat 15:26 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
i've been watching curiously in the past hour that GBP vs. USD has moved down about 50pips. whereas EURO vs. USD has kind of moved up in the same timeframe. i think if euro fails around the 1.2000 level again, and cable breaks below 1.7725 level, this should drag euro down quite a bit. going to be looking for the short side on euro for this move.

london phil 15:25 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hourly line charts

london phil 15:24 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
for 3 days gbp jyp has been in a nice ascending channel bottom for this run in the channel should be 195.25 ish

nyc sa 15:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Any views about GBP/ yen ? anyone trading this pair ?

Miami OMIL (/;-> 15:17 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
FWIW gold (389.80) is flirting to break resistance today but will it close over 390 today stay tuned.

nyc sa 15:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thnx Omil , euro and euro crosses look like setting for end of april closing prices . Next month looks like all currency pairs might see lower prices .I don't know if it's time to short yet ?

Nottingham 15:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nyc sa 15:07 GMT

I don't know about those two individually but there's a lot of money riding on a close above 6745 for eurgbp

Tokyo Jon 15:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
I would like to think and pray that it does, but very much doubt it. with another attempt at 1.2010 it is likely to settle in a thin trading range and close around 1.1980, making it a bullish trend for tuesday. I am still working on the close value formula, but it wont beat me,

HK Kevin 15:12 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sorry for typo, should read "2nd entry point 132.50 has not met yet."

HK Kevin 15:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hong kong nt, hi. Any clue on the EUR/JPY, still sitting on my underwater position from ~131.30, 2nd entry point has not meet yet. Fortunately, steal ~ 70 pips from playing the 110-110.50 range on USD/JPY today.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 15:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
SA there are rumors of a 1.2020 knock out for eur/usd and some stops just above that.

nyc sa 15:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
are there options today for the euro and pound ? any views on euro/yen ?

hong kong nt 15:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:13 -- selling at 1.3800 line or above is a reasonably safe trade. fwiw...

Miami OMIL (/;-> 15:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Have a good weekend Jon I will be chilling with Julio (tequila).

OK SZ 15:03 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon you still think the euro close of around low 119?

Tokyo Jon 15:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 14:16, Thanks mate,I do however have bad days also but this forum helps with them. I am always around, may just get back to you all late.

The gbpusd reached the predicted low (1.7663) but overshot the high(1.7786) by 20 odd pips and is now making its way to ny close of around 1.7680

Not much left in this day, going to call it a night and chill with a bit of xbox, still be monitoring though. cheers

hong kong nt 15:00 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hk ooozmeeh 14:57 -- perhaps, because you miss to buy at 6630...

brisbane jeb 14:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
can anyone please advise on what markets are open monday re holiday? thanks

hk ooozmeeh 14:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
cable heavily sold on the crosses...why???

Nottingham 14:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
I heard there were similar goings on in London in the 90's...some guy called Nick (no not that one) was always getting things spectacularly wrong and most people bet against him as soon as they heard his position...heard the story some years ago on here actually...maybe one of the seniors can remember it better

OK SZ 14:52 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
If so did that info I passed to you yesterday help you out at all?

OK SZ 14:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Gep, are you around?

nyc jk 14:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
haha, yeah I guess "Bubblevision" can serve the purpose. That's true, we once had a guy at one of the branches that I worked in the mid 90's who just consistently got it wrong. poor chap got let go about 6 months after I started there, but we talked about presenting a business case to management where they could retain him with a small trading limit, as we were making good trades using him as a contrary indicator so the bank as a whole was better off with him there haha.

Livingston nh 14:49 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Attention now begins to focus on next week's rate meetings - the Fed is seriously underestimating the inflation in the economy - the money supply tightness of last fall is the only restraint but that is wearing off // today's Chicago ISM (PMI) numbers show another figure above 75 for prices paid -- every company says it is tough to raise prices but most recent reports show that most folks are paying higher prices

Nottingham 14:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
>>>nyc jk...the thing about using groups or individuals as contrarian indicators is that they never least long enough for you to make it a habit...I suppose the likes of cnbc were invented to help solve this problem...gl gt

clon glenn 14:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Abakan AI

Sorry I meant different platform/different broker altogether

Global-View New reseacrh Section 14:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

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Abakan AI 14:29 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
What kind of platform? Windows-based?

hkg fei 14:26 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
the rocky for cable was readly, will sent it to the moon,
buy cable now!!!!

clon glenn 14:26 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Abakan AI

Sounds like you need a different platform?

nyc jk 14:21 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
yeah I think it does Nottingham. can really get your brain twisted around trying to figure out who/what to be a contrarian agains sometimes. that's the one I tried OMIL, good choice!

Abakan AI 14:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Does anybody have this problem? When you try to open a position, the system waits for a couple seconds or minutes until the price goes against you and offers a new price (3-5-pip-different than what you wanted). It is the same when you want to close a position.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 14:18 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Remember JK Don Julio añejo and don’t settle for anything less. Like I said before no swimming allowed in the pool today the sharks have not been fed and the bait I mean the market is thin today lol.

Nottingham 14:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thinking about it nyc jk, I'm not sure taking a consensus of this forum works in the sclassic way...of course it depends on who's here at the given time, but I think there are usually enough fools elsewhere to make an opposing consensus...if that fuzzy logic makes any sense (Friday afternoon nonsense sorry)...gl gt

Ldn 14:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
EUR Chinese Selling Rumored on Rallies

Sydney alimin 14:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo Jon was predicting accurately before when he said eur/usd could go as high as 1.2010 and then selling mode would be in place..
Jon if you are still here, i just wanna say that's a great prediction! Congrats and keep up the good work

SF MRZ 14:15 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Made some pips on first run up after cut loss, but the sharks are against my every trade, nickle and dime , whipping me. I think I'm gone cut this last trade and go play golf.

nyc jk 14:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sorry Nottingham, long week, humour going over my head! cheers

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nt, I placed my first m/t entry on dlrcad 1.39.

any idea/number in your mind?

nyc jk 14:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
yeh sure does OMIL, kinda keeping powder dry here today. I did try your Don Julio at a restaurant last weekend, very nice!

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
one side has to give up for the other...

Nottingham 14:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 14:08 GMT

that was my point...I was trying to be facetious :o)

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
dlr/cad tells all the things needed......

Miami OMIL (/;-> 14:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
It looks like tequila shots early today JK lol.

Sydney alimin 14:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
look at the magnitude for each bar in 5 min eur/usd chart!! be extremely careful...sharks are coming out

melbourne farmacia 14:08 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sarasota Ob - put your question on help forum, and don't trade on friday NY period. GT

nyc jk 14:08 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Nottingham 13:29 GMT April 30, 2004
since we are all in agreement it's probably time to get long ;)

Nottingham - usually when everyone is in agreement, it is time to go the other way. gl

Sydney alimin 14:08 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
this is more like it, frinite sell-off!

sgp sp 14:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hi ab, just got home and missed all ur msgs....no mj?....it looks like tanking without u....

dc fxq 14:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 14:02 GMT Overall impression I get is that the markets are very thin and for the past few days responding more to where large spec money "wants" USD and EUR to be rather than reacting logically to numbers. The fact that USDCAD sank on disappointing CDN GDP data confirms that in my mind.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
wonder why no people take a look at dlr/cad....
a pair which is kicking the recent high again....

eur bulls may need some rest b4 blastin 1.2.

PAR 14:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
1.2050 option barrier being protected in EUR.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 14:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
AB you are right the market has already made up it’s mind were it is going.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
there're still tonnes of crosses to settle before the fight of real m/t trend sets in.
For one, gbp has not reached 1.7 yet?

Now Weekend bk closing practices as usual.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:04 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
there're still tonnes of crosses to settle before the fight of real m/t trend sets in.
For one, gbp has not reached 1.7 yet?

Now Weekend bk closing practices as usual.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 14:03 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
mkt want to see the stops above 1.2020 as recommended by citibank.....
funny night.

Sarasota Ob 14:03 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Goodness. I just read my own message. I sound terrible. Ignore the errors people. As u can see i need help. lol

ham cla 14:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
63.9

Sydney alimin 14:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
again, good data but still the market wants to bash $, how many in a row now?

dc fxq 14:01 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
APRIL CHICAGO PMI 63.9% VS. 59.7% EXPECTED

Sarasota Ob 14:01 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Hi, names Ob. I'm just learning about forex trading looks very exciting. Just for some beginner idea to get my feet wet. I'm a daytrader but not a good one.hehe I anyone can give me some tips or advice it would be appreciated. thank you

Ldn 13:56 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Next up is
Chicago PMI which is forecast at 60.0. Anecdotal reports from the Midwest have
raised hopes for a much stronger number, however. Some are touting numbers as
high as 76.0.

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 13:55 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
so if figures are good we should short the eur usd ?

Sydney alimin 13:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
one more pmi coming soon

USA Biscuit Boy 13:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Trying a eur/yen short here.

dc fxq 13:49 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
MICH APRIL CONSUMER SENTIMENT REVISED TO 94.2 VS 93.2
MICH APRIL SENTIMENT ABOVE CONSENSUS 93.9

houston st 13:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
avail @ this link: http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu/latest_data.php

GENEVA FHR 13:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
UOM 94.2

Sydney alimin 13:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
very nervous market ahead of data :)

Nottingham 13:29 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
since we are all in agreement it's probably time to get long ;) eurcad may get interesting on higher euro levels, we shall see...gl gt

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:27 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sorry SZ actually my daily T/L runs around 1.2030-40 area. Not all the charts are created equal lol. I will be back later for the Chicago pmi.

Sydney alimin 13:24 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
next sets of data will reveal the truth, all this movement now might be washed away completely in about half an hour time...safe trading everyone, stay alert

Livingston nh 13:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thanx L

OK SZ 13:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OMIL, yes I totally agree with you for the moment..

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Nottingham you read my mind lol. GT

OK SZ 13:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Nottingham, yes I agree, and do not think we see that today....however it seems that the selling is muted and the gains are gaining at the moment..but next week should tell us more..I will probably sell around 12020/30 if seen today..gl/gt

KL KL 13:18 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Time to short EUR and GBP IMHO....no reasons for their strength + peace back in Iraq

LTN th 13:18 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nh// Be carefull of those economists and their interpretation of the 2.1% figure. Overall lending was in fact dead steady. Anecdotal evidence is saying strong decline in housing activity still. Oz bank mgrs have considerable discretion in how they classify loans. Most likely these are small business loans which are mge guaranteed. They have probably been forced to do this to make loans attractive enough for their customers. By classifing a small business loan as a housing loan they are able to offer 4 or 5% lower rates to the customer. The relative changes suggest that the banks are chasing customers with lower margins.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:18 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
I am not sure about this bullish move SZ you are right that 1.2040-50 level is were I have a T/L on the daily if that is completely broken then the bullish party can begin again for the moment. The fibo 1.2000-10 level has to be taken out before we start counting the bears out of the picture. Lets remember we are in a relative thin market and the sharks are plentiful for feeding no swimming allowed in the pool IMHO.

Brisbane L 13:15 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Livingston, hi in our neck of the woods its shortage of land on the Coast a lot of speculators renovating

PAR 13:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Have feeling Chicago PMI will be stronger than expected.

Nottingham 13:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ 13:08 GMT

It would be a surprise if euro was to overcome 2050/60 before the weekend and it would certainly lead to much short covering...ahead of that key zone comes a technical level at 2033 which will only be a focus if the pyschological 2000 can be overcome...gl gt

Brisbane L 13:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
US investment names were seen as large buyers in the 1.1990s Some blame an
Asian buyer.ifr

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 13:08 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
adjust entry to 1.2025 and 1.2008

OK SZ 13:08 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
If we get a close above 12050 that should seal the deal that the euro has bottomed for now..but still need that to confirm..I missed the early boat this morning:(

Livingston nh 13:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Brisbane L - re: the housing "inflation" in Australia - is it the restriction on the availability of property for building and the regulation involved that is driving prices higher?

We have that sort of thing around here

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 13:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
small limit eur short 1.2010 s/l 1.2038.

washington MMM 13:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Hi guys..... Any views on USD/CAD at these levels ?
Thanks

ham cla 13:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
HC, NY NAPM april purchasing mangement index was out. 282.2 vs march 271.8 best since jan 2001

houston st 13:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:00 GMT - same to you; eur/usd moving up ahead of uni of mich numbers should tell mkt something; unless they are surprise mkt could accelerate from there, then off to the races; bought some eur/usd just now; tp up around 1.2079, which is April 19 peak on my platform; good trades & good weekend to you.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 13:05 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
cad unmoved...

London HC 13:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Any news out?

Ldn 13:01 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD Asian Interest Rumored

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:00 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Houston ST looks like your 1.2000s will be printed soon. Pressure level up there is 1.2070-80 IMHO. Hope you have a good weekend too.

Brisbane L 12:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
AUD crosses rallied overnight on the outlook for higher rates from the RBA.ifr

Miami OMIL (/;-> 12:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Glad I can help SZ you have a good weekend too.

Maribor 12:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Hi Vikram! In my scenario I find USDJPY unsustainable high with regard to crosses and yesterday wild swings. To keep current rate in USDJPY, EURUSD and GBPUSD should not go higher. Seling at current rate, stop above 111,15.

houston st 12:52 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Okie, same to you; had a good week/month & don't want to give a dime back if possible; hate to use the term overbought but that's what $ looks like at the moment; will wait for sentiment figures before unleashing my own sentiment for $; watching gold & $ cousins for direction as well; just remember: google is your best hunting dog, to quote bc. gl/gt.

OK SZ 12:49 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OMIL, thanks for the reply and agree with you..have a good weekend..I forgot to tell you that I look forward to getting your fib postings and thank you for that..gl, gt

OK SZ 12:46 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ST, Good Morning to ya...hope things are well with you..your thoughts are exactly what I am thinking also..being friday and all with thin markets will probably wait till next week also to place some trades..but will see how this turns out before I shut down..anyway have a good weekend..

Miami OMIL (/;-> 12:43 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
SZ the day is young and we may still have a bit of a move left but I don’t think it might be enough to shake the market at all today IMO. May, oh may I hope the same as well for me.

houston st 12:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
morning/evening to all; waiting for what little econ data today; still itching to sell usd/jpy, but that scratch may have to wait until next week; still looking to reload on eur/usd on decent pullback, expecting to see 1.20xx handle again next week. good Friday & good trades.

Bristol David 12:38 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Thanks YV

nyc fxdh 12:38 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
AHEAD: US Calendar-- Fri, Apr 30 1.30am SF Fed Pres Parry at Hawaii Inv Pros conference. 8.30am US Mar personal income. Median ests are +0.4% PI and +0.7% PCE. These data are already in GDP. 9.00am US Apr NY NAPM. Was 271.8. 9.45am US Apr U of Mich consumer sentiment final. Was 93.2 in prelim reading. Median est is 93.2. 10.00am US Apr Chicago PM index. Was 57.6. Median 60. 11.25am Canada's Martin at US White Hse. 3.00pm US Apr farm prices.

ny 12:38 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
anyone pls, is it bad for the $$? less .4 than expected

Global-View GVI 12:37 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
GVI john 12:35 GMT April 30, 2004
Gross Domestic Product by Industry
February 2004

The gross domestic product (GDP) remained unchanged in February after a decline of 0.2% in January. Increased retail and real estate activity largely offset weaker utilities, wholesaling, and transportation services.

Strong sales of cars and resurgence in the housing market boosted the output of the retail and real estate sectors. However, this growth was offset by the return to more seasonal weather and some strikes which pulled down the utilities and the transportation activity.

Canadian industrial production declined 0.3% as utilities output returned to more normal levels. Industrial production in the US showed a similar decline, also driven by lower output of utilities. Manufacturing output grew marginally, while mining gained ground.

Dublin Flip 12:35 GMT April 30, 2004 Edit Delete
Personal spending moderating.
Does that the effects of "2003's summer of ReFi love" is starting to wear off??

GVI john 12:33 GMT April 30, 2004
PERSONAL INCOME AND OUTLAYS: MARCH 2004

Personal income increased $38.3 billion, or 0.4 percent, and disposable personal income (DPI) increased $34.6 billion, or 0.4 percent, in March, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Personal consumption expenditures (PCE) increased $33.0 billion, or 0.4 percent. In February, personal income increased $45.7 billion, or 0.5 percent, DPI increased $40.0 billion, or 0.5 percent, and PCE increased $33.0 billion, or 0.4 percent, based on revised estimates.

OK SZ 12:37 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OMIL, good morning, I agree--I am sitting on the fence and just watching..Hopefully may will be better for me..gl gt

nyc fxdh 12:37 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
mich 9 am chi pm 9:45

Toronto YV 12:36 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Bristol UoM 9.50 , PMI 10.00 EST , GL,GT.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 12:35 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
This market is probably sipping on good wine and left for the weekend already no real reaction to the news. For eur/usd anything under 1.1890-80 is an intraday sell signal IMHO. GL GT

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 12:32 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
cad almost made the surprise.

Bristol David 12:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
When is Mich out and Chicago PMI

nyc fxdh 12:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
personal income .4 as expected
personal spending .4 less than expected ...revision dn in prev mo

hong kong nt 12:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
AB -- Aud .717 may mark today's low...

OK SZ 12:27 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
well if we go by the rest of the us data news this week any decent numbers are sold 3 good numbers so far and dollar been hammered..why not make it 4? will see..gl gt

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 12:27 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
credits must go to Qindex.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 12:26 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nt, could be but I am eyeing m/t reversal level on that pair.
and the crazy nature of this pair often makes trade interesting.

My mj got delayed.

london phil 12:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
gold weaking a little

hong kong nt 12:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
AB -- 1.153 may mark the low of AUD/NZD for today...

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 12:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sp, placed heavy bet on aud/nzd 1.1420 (adjusted) and 1.1390.

TORONTO aviator 12:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Toronto Silverfox 19:19 GMT 29 Apr
Apologise for delay in response.
Ask Jay for my e-mail, or
try [email protected]

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 12:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
I see Dolphin...

Eilat Dolphin 12:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ab/ "" Seems everyone is gone".
Europe is into May 1st, that Karl Marx Workers Unite week end bit.
In France those who MUST work tomorrow MUST get TRIPLE pay.
+ The Fr. Right wingers decided that its "Joan of Arc" commemoration day too, thus the big boys are gone, or rather getting ready to go just after the US numbers.
+ Champain for "Europe 25".
Expect thin market.

It is somehow ironic that the UK who does its Foreign policy, Finance and geography off shore, still provides them Europeans the only thing that comes close to a common language denominator...

Ldn 11:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
The Apr final University of Michigan index is likely to dip to 94.0 from 95.8 in Mar as higher oil/gasoline prices, negative Iraq news impact

JP Morgan

Calcutta Vikram 11:55 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Hi Friends. Some thoughts on USDJPY (please excuse the long post)

One scenario is that USDJPY may move down to 105 over a 4-5 week time frame, with 110.15-111.00 as a possible top. The possibility exists, given that 110.15 is 200-day MA and 110.94 is 200-MA on the Monthly chart, currently acting as Resistance.

However, the Monthly charts for EURJPY, GBPJPY and AUDJPY are not unambiguously bearish. They are rangy at best, or possibly even bullish. As such there is reason to be cautious about a Bearish USDJPY view. Also, the 200-MA on the USDJPY Monthly chart being flat, an upward breach cannot be ruled out.

Note, a bullish USDJPY scenario would go a very long way in adding to USD strength and might be seen as a reversal of the market rhetoric over the last several months. So, there's a bit of a delimna here, which needs to be resolved. And he who can resolve it correctly and then resolutely stay with his resolution would be in for some good winnings.

In the immediate scenario (for the day), there is no Sell signals in USDJPY, so just watching and doing scenario building.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 11:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
all people in gvi take a break tonight?

GVI john 11:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
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Gen dk 11:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
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hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 11:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nt, aud now "touched" 50 wma.

Wonder how far it can go below this. The last time it's visited there was 2 years ago.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 11:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
eur/jpy a bit o/b and wait for the needed correction.

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 11:00 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
if i may ask, what indicators do you all use in general besides news for trading, general reply please

hong kong nt 10:56 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ab -- hope you may achieve "sky" "wu" tonight...

Vilnius george 10:53 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
any ideas : why today we have such low volume?

risbane 10:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Euro Govt Bonds Up On Pft-Taking, Rate Cut Talk Shelved

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 10:45 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Revdax, is Macau longing dlr? or we should long dlr today?
TKS!

hk revdax 10:36 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 10:21 //up into next Monday.

dc fxq 10:25 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Belgrade Knez 10:07 GM Yes -not criticizing you but just wanted our friends here not to be confused. :)

ham cla 10:23 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
us investment house buys eur/usd from 1.1945 to 52/54

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 10:21 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
opnion on usdjpy today?

hk revdax 10:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months//fwwiw, the Macau indicator is turning long $ for April 30.

hk jn 10:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
TN, F X X M ?

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 10:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
does everyone in here use censored censored ?

Belgrade Knez 10:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
dc fxq 09:50 GMT April 30, 2004

Yes you are correct. My mistake. Appology.
But London will be closed.

dc fxq 09:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Belgrade Knez 08:32 GMT FYI US markets are NOT closed on Monday!

ham cla 09:46 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
geneva on the bid now in eur/chf

ham cla 09:42 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
asian name sold cable at the figure down to 1.7680, uk clearer bought it back to 95, while a german in ldn sold the cross.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 09:41 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
seems everyone gone?

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 09:39 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
scroll back the daily chart and see what happens on dlr/chf on 24th Dec 2001?

Belgrade Knez 09:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Business Days Calendar 2004/2005

The Public and Bank Holidays in England and Wales for 2004/2005 are set out below. The London Stock Exchange will be closed for business on these dates.


Year Holiday Date

2004 New Year Thursday 1 January
Easter Friday 9 April,Monday 12 April
May Monday 3 May
Spring Monday 31 May
Summer Monday 30 August
Christmas Monday 27 December
Tuesday 28 December
2005 New Year Monday 3 January

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 09:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
to be precise, March 24th.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 09:09 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
iw, maybe if u look back eur/gbp, it has also given a faulty reversal at .6650 in March which then, the pair dive to new low to .6550 b4 a geniue reversal began.

JIMVHO, same can happen on eur today.

Brisbane L 09:03 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Euro-Zone April Inflation Above Economist Forecat
Apr CPI Above Target At 2%
April Inflation Estimate 2.0% Vs March 1.7%

Helsinki iw 08:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Fwiw/ EUR/USD made a daily reversal yesterday, after trending down for some time. First support should be found at yesterdays midrange levels. A close today over the daily bollinger midpoint at 1,1980 would be another bullish signal.
IMHO

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hm....

ham cla 08:49 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
he s not. same swiss guy still on the bid in eur/chf

hk ab nz 0.65 08:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sp//placed aud/nzd 1.1610 see if it can be filled or not.

hk ab nz 0.65 08:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
bc// eur/chf comes in right on time after the post this morning.

Now we have all the "four happiness" ready (eur/jpy, eur/chf, eur/gbp, eur/aud).....

GA TJ 08:45 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Interesting. Looks like Swissy wants to take the lead. Wondering if it will find some partners or be hung out to dry?

Belgrade Knez 08:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Cheers, Daniel.

Nottingham Daniel 08:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Belgrade Knez 08:32 GMT April 30, 2004

Monday in the UK is a Bank Holiday!

Belgrade Knez 08:33 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Doe=Does

Nottingham 08:33 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
A long way off but not outside the realms of possibility in the near future given recent price action...at 6816-21 is important resistance for eurgbp and offers good retracement potential

Belgrade Knez 08:32 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

All US markets closed on Monday, can somebody advise about Europe? Doe it work or not?

Thanks.

ham cla 08:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
big swiss name in ldn bought eur/chf up to 1.5525, and looks like he has finished for now. maybe customer related.

GENEVA FHR 08:29 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
SNB ROTH said time for interest rate hike still not right

Brisbane L 08:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
FX concepts sees the Aud 7290 into the RBA rate decision also Euro 12040 area

Ldn 08:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
The appetite of Australians for home loans increased to a record high in March, raising expectations the Reserve Bank of Australia will need to increase interest rates again in coming months. The continued rapid pace of credit growth surprised economists, who said the central bank will be alarmed by the failure of its recent rate hikes to stem borrowing.
The Reserve Bank holds its monthly board meeting Tuesday, and while it is most likely to keep rates on hold ahead of the federal budget on May 11, the strong credit data mean a surprise rise can't be ruled out, economists warned.
AP

Nottingham 08:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
SNB President was on the wires

slv sam 08:16 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
any info why CHF suddenly weaker against euro?.GT

Swiss DG 08:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Just bought aud @.7188 looking for .7275

ICT ML 08:01 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Aud-Usd looks heavy while .7230 caps rallies, maybe a test of recent low later on today if the former support now resistance holds.

hk revdax 07:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
US$ is rebounding...any helpers?

ham cla 07:56 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
u 2 OMIL!

Miami OMIL (/;-> 07:53 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Thanks for the info CLA have a good weekend. GT

ham cla 07:49 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
gd mng, tokyo name buyind dol/yen at 47/50

Swiss DG 07:36 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
What are the expected low & high for AUD/USD?

hk ab nz 0.65 07:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
major retreat for eur/jpy then m/t reversal?

by the way, my nzd handle is for m/t target. may be from my previous 0.6 nzd handle ;)

MONACO OGA 07:23 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
FX UPDATE 30/04
Good morning,

***EUR***
EUR/USD (currently 1,1940), 125 pips higher than Thursday's opening. Yesterday the market bought the US currency (low 1,1805) ahead of good US GDP, but got disappointed and sent the pair sharply higher (1,1980). Furthermore the deflator data induced a possible rate hike, which is not positive for the stocks given the economic growth, and negative for the US currency. The commodity currencies (AUD, CAD, ZAR) regained some ground against the US unit. Today is month's end, ahead of a long week end, so expect volatile market conditions. A weekly chart shows that a 1,1760-1,2060 range is highly probable. Overall we are still neutral on the medium term.

Data out today:
US personal income Mar expected 0,4% 12.30 GMT
US personal spending Mar expected 0,7% 12.30 GMT
US Univ Michigan confidence April expected 94,0 12.30 GMT
US Chicago purchasing manager April expected 61,0 12.30 GMT


Gold at 387.00, with WTI June at 37.47

***JPY***
USD/JPY (currently 110,40) same level as yesterday despite the sharp whipsaw move experienced yesterday (111.05-109,50). The market is still looking bid for the time beeing . Support for today 110 then 109,50. A test of 111 seems likely later today.
EUR/JPY (currently 131,80) broke its 128,50-130,50 range and is now looking on the upsides. Support at 131,50, target higher between 133 and 133,50.

***GBP***
Cable (currently 1,7700) printed a new intermediate low at 1,7580 yesterday before retracing to 1,7800. For today support at 1,7660 and 1,7580, resistances at 1,7770 then 1,7810.
EUR/GBP (0,6745) still reflecting GBP recent weakness, and looking to break its trading range on the upsides. We still believe a break of 0,6750 implies a test of 0,6850-75 in the medium term. Strong support now appears around 0,6680.
Have a nice day,

Olivier

hk ab nz 0.65 07:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nt, fwiw, I will have mj tonight.

Stockholm za 07:17 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
fwiw...
EUR/USD... today...
Channel Top = ~1,3264
Channel Bottom= ~1,1249
Key Value p = ~1,0962
Happy trades .........

Melbourne Qindex 07:15 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
USD/CHF : the following is still valid :-

Melbourne Qindex 11:45 GMT April 24, 2004
USD/CHF : The 5-day cycle reference (22/04) indicates that the market is trading within the congested area of 1.2871 - 1.3247 and the mid-point reference is 1.3059. the expanded quantised levels are as follow :-

... 1.2792* ... 1.2893* ... // 1.2994* - 1.3045 - 1.3096* - 1.3147 - 1.3197* // ... 1.3298 ...

My current 5-day cycle (23/04) shows that the congested area is projected at 1.3082 - 1.3511 and the mid-point reference is 1.3297. Therefore it is reaonable to believe that 1.3045 - 1.3082 is a projected supporting level and 1.3247 - 1.3297 is a projected resistant barrier. The current expanded 5-day cycle quantized levels are as follow :-

... 1.2771* ... 1.2877* ... // 1.2980* - 1.3031 - 1.3082* - 1.3133 - 1.3184* // ... 1.3286* ... 1.3388* ...

It is likely that the market may tackle the projected resistant level at 1.3247 - 1.3297 early and then it will retreat and test the projected supporting level at 1.3045 - 1.3082 again.

Melbourne Qindex 08:28 GMT April 24, 2004
USD/CHF : the following is still valid and is a key reference.


Melbourne Qindex 13:33 GMT April 22, 2004
USD/CHF : My 22-day cycle charts indicate that that 1.2751, 1.3002 and 1.3254 have the same frequency numbers. This would suggest that the market can easily retreat and go all the way to 1.2751.


... // 1.2751* - 1.2877 - 1.3002* - 1.3128 - 1.3254* // ...

USD/CHF : 1.2751 - 1.2814 is a good range to take a long position. 1.3191 - 1.3254 is a good range to take a short position.

hk ab nz 0.65 07:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sp, aud/nzd scopes to spike down to 1.13.

hk ab nz 0.65 07:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
nt, saw some c9 selling cad to stoploss @bank.

Think we can sell dlr/cad v. v. soon.

I may start a bit earlier if 1.39 seen in 2 hrs.

Ldn 07:09 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Europe opens with the USD a tad stronger than Thu's closing levels and commodity currencies off their lows, but still under pressure on China rate hike concerns. ANZ's Craig Ferguson prefers to sell into any USD strength today, his play of the day is buy AUD/USD, risking 0.7180 to target 0.7300. On EUR and cable, he sees good chance both have based and are heading toward 1.24-1.25 and 1.80 resp over coming mos
aap

Saihat 06:58 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
EURUSD may indicate

up ...if closed above 1.1991

down...if closed below 1.1868

vancouver jpb 06:48 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Qindex... you seem to be dead on on trading ranges.

Do you think the Cable will break 1.7700 tonight?

Thank you.

Melbourne Qindex 06:43 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 06:42 GMT April 30, 2004
Spot Gold : My 22-day cycle reference indicates that the market is going to vibrate around 386 with an expected magnitude of 381.4 - 390.7. Projected supporting and resistant point is expected at 376.8 and 395.3 respectively.

... 367.6*... // 376.8* - 381.4 - 386* - 390.7 - 395.3 // ... 405.6 ...

My 5-day cycle charts suggest that speculative selling pressure will increase if the market is trading below 384.4. The odds are good that the market will tackle the recent low again.

Brisbane L 06:35 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   


Earlier report Re:AUD
Record loan figures renew rate speculation

Economists say the home finance figures would worry the RBA.
New housing loan figures are seen as placing more upward pressure on official interest rates.

Annual growth in housing credit is now back at record levels.

Financial aggregates released by the Reserve Bank of Australia show housing credit is up 23.9 per cent over the year to March.

There is now $450 billion in outstanding home loans.

In the month of March alone, lending is 2.1 per cent - the sharpest rise in five months.

Personal loans have slowed to 1 per cent growth in the month and business credit has decreased by 0.5 per cent.

The central bank holds its regular monthly policy meeting next Tuesday.

Macquarie Bank senior economist Brian Redican says today's figures would be a worry.

"Now the Reserve Bank has been having some concerns about the rapid growth in household debt and this is only likely to reinforce those concerns," he said.


.

van Gecko 06:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
"van Gecko 06:32 GMT April 27, 2004
Euro had satisfied m/t price time equality objectives with its 20 pip grind under last week's low..
as for the proxy twin, levels above usd/chf 1.31 are exhaustive & not sustainable without a liquidity dive down to the 1.28's.."

How high will the dollar blip?
With 4 Big Black Down Candles (Yearly Monthly Weekly & Daily) hanging over the dollar's head and failing to take out the falling 50 week ma in the last 10 days, some prudent dollar movers may be more pre-occupied with profit taking on blips instead of buy more dollar on dips infront of a falling knife on this last trading day of April..
Cheerios..



Ldn Hat 06:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 05:21 I agree, I am short at 1.7750 and target 1.7650 IMHO Thanks Melbourne Qindex nice work

hk ab nz 0.65 06:15 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Let's welcome this ultimate move and reverse together.

Melbourne Qindex 06:15 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
KL KL 06:12 GMT - We provide service for all the world major stock indices.

Melbourne Qindex 06:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Ldn Hat 06:09 GMT - GBP/USD : Bias on the downside.

KL KL 06:12 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex ,Just out of curiosity...do you have views on DOW, S&P, DAX and FTSE...or are you strickly currency and not applicable to equeties ...thanks

hong kong nt 06:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hkg pandahon 05:54 -- no idea on level of the exact bottom, but some 9-11% discount from 1.293 is considered as good entry levels for medium term buy. please let me know if you find a magic formula which is effective in pinpointing the medium term top/bottom. good trades...

Ldn Hat 06:09 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 05:21 Whats your take on GBP/USD please?
Thanks

Ldn 05:56 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
BRISBANE (AP)--Australian tourism is set to boom this year, led by soaring numbers of visitors from China, a respected forecaster said Friday. International visitor numbers are expected to rise almost 10% this year to 5.2 million, according to a report by the Tourism Forecasting Council. Tourism pumps some A$4.5 billion each year into the Australian economy. Now the forecasting council expects a 9.9% rise in visitor numbers, with a 25% jump in arrivals from China leading the way. The report also said the council expects visitor numbers from China to rise steadily for the next decade, and that China was likely to become Australia's third-largest market by 2013, after New Zealand and Britain.



hkg pandahon 05:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
//nt do you think that the dollar bounce is over? need your advice as i am holding some $ at 1.3000 chf lvl. thks very much.

hong kong nt 05:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 05:21 -- your findings add confirmations my 11500-11800 range. good forecast and good trades to you...

Ldn 05:37 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Citigroup says recent commodities markets' plunge overdone while Fed rate hikes almost fully discounted into FX markets; recommends players buy AUD/USD targeting 0.7825 cut if pair closes below 0.7165 for two straight trading sessions. Reuters

vancouver jpb 05:31 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Does anyone know a website that will post the UK CPI numbers as they are released? (Real time)

Thank you.

OK SZ 05:23 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Qindex, thanks for clearing that up for me..have a great day

Melbourne Qindex 05:21 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hong kong nt 05:14 GMT - I just run the projection for Hang Seng Index.

HSI : The key quantized level in my system is 11865. It is very likely that the market will consolidate between 11409 - 11865. The projected resistant point is positioning at 12320.

Melbourne Qindex 05:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ 05:04 GMT - My weekly cycle analysis is for position trading and the recommendation there is good in general for the whole week. My other cycle analyses would come at any time.

hong kong nt 05:14 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
BC -- my wife and I plan to enter short position trades on USD/CHF at 10%, 10.5%, 11%, 11.5% and 12% rebound from 1.2135, ie 1.334, 1.340, 1.346, 1.352 and 1.359. can you kindly comment on our strategy? many good trades to you...

Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:09 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Farmacia May 5 is the key in your system I will keep both eyes open for that. I could not help thinking about the same thing you are talking about. This month has been the weakest month of the year for my system. I believe this is happening because we might be reaching a bottom for now and as you say the market is consolidating for a return to the previous top 1.2450-60 IMHO. No need to get ahead of myself though I will go where the market goes. The trend is my friend. GT

OK SZ 05:04 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OMIL, same to you also..
Qindex, that is why I am confused then.
Farmacia, your posts are excellent..

Thanks, q, farmacia, BC, Athens and the rest..see ya all in the morning

Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ I believe that if we all stick together we will learn sooner or later something from each other. GL tomorrow mate.

Melbourne Qindex 04:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:47 GMT - The problem is the time frame. Short term cycles and long term cycles are working in the market simultaneously.

melbourne farmacia 04:58 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL - Again i agree with your comments mate. ( i'm doing fine down here ) Being flexible is the key. This current market action reminds me of October/November last year... major daily swings / consolidation etc.. usually a sign the end is near IMO... few more days might reveal the new picture . GT

Ldn 04:52 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
UBS believes China's long-term materials demand trends likely to be positive, particularly for raw materials producers , opportunities exist in zinc, coking and steaming coal, and aluminum despite concerns China's slower growth
AP

OK SZ 04:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:47 GMT April 30, 2004

OMIL, could not agree with you more..GL GT mate

sgp sp 04:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
well ab,......gbp/jpy? going to 190?

Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
No need to say anything about your system Qindex your performance here speaks for it self (great). Some people may take it as a bad system when the system calls for a sell and then changes to a buy but I think that a system is good only if it survives the long run not just a couple of years. The system is nothing if the individual does not use it correctly (discipline) IMHO. Thanks for sharing with all of us Qindex. GT

Ldn 04:42 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Al Qaeda's Poison Gas
Jordanian authorities say that the death toll from a bomb and poison-gas attack they foiled this month could have reached 80,000. We guess the fact that most major media are barely covering this story means WMD isn't news anymore until there's a body count. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi -- the man cited by the Bush administration as its strongest evidence of prewar links between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein, and the current ringleader of anti-coalition terrorism in Iraq -- may be behind the plot, which would be al Qaeda's first ever attempt to use chemical weapons. The targets included the U.S. Embassy in Amman. Yet as of yesterday, most news organizations hadn't probed the story, if at all, beyond the initial wire-service copy. WSJ
(full report on Political forum.)

Melbourne Qindex 04:41 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:35 GMT - That is right. It is very difficult to develop an AI programme. One can see that I shift from daily cycle to 5-day/weekly cycle or, 22-day / 44-day and monthly / 3-month projection.

sgp sp 04:37 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
yes ab...I remembered it well........

Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:35 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Farmacia I am reading a lot about systems lately here and I can’t help to think about today. One of the main ingredients in a system is to be as flexible as possible. The market changes in a moment and the system that is used must change with it just as fast. To bad I don’t read a lot of your comments lately I hope everything is all right with you mate. GL GT

Melbourne Qindex 04:35 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 04:35 GMT April 30, 2004
EUR/JPY : My current 5-day cycle charts indicate that the market has a tendency to trade between 130.07 - 132.57 and the mid-point reference is 131.32. The high probability value associated with 130.07 suggested that a pullback is imminent. In the mean time the market is going to vibrate around 131.32 with an expected magnitude of 130.70 - 131.95. The odds are in favour of taking a short position.


... // 130.07* - 130.70 - 131.32 - 131.95 - 132.57* // ...

hk ab nz 0.65 04:32 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
gb/jp 190?....
sp, remember qindex call?

Stockholm za 04:12 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo Jon...Thanks. I will stop by occasionally to see the developments..
All the best & happy trades to you…

hk ab nz 0.65 04:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
bc// In other words, many good size players are held up by the recent gold drop? THANKS!

bc, your vast contribution in recent months have lifted up the atmosphere in GVI a lot.

Got to go to get some physical food ;).

shanghai bc 04:07 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

AB 03:20 --Good morning..That is a clear warning to new-born Euro bears to be careful..Gold/Euro co-relation is around 88%,Gold up,Euro up..Good sized Euro bulls have to wait for the ultimate signal from Gold front before they accelerate their buying..In any case,short-term Eur/Usd seems to have found a floor around 1.18 till a further good news from US comes out..If employment situation starts deteriorating,Bush can start packing all his belongings and Dollar can start falling again..Imho..Good trades..

LAX-LGB SNP 04:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
GBPJPY rising and steady above 194.76-194.94 levels and far from 193.92-193.40 levels ... hopefully its third attempt @ 196.45 will succeed

USDCAD below 1.3719-1.3716 ... 1.3745 ought to hold
AUDUSD above 0.7219-0.7201 should aim for 0.7270-0.73
GBPUSD above 1.7708-1.7733 and far from 1.7645 should squeeze higher but am unclear what to aim for

Tokyo Jon 04:03 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
hk ab nz 0.65, hiya mate, been a while, well its golden week here the holiday mode kicked in yesterday. looking forward to week off

hk ab nz 0.65 03:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
eur/jpy a sell at here?
.....

try try 1.31.99.....

hk ab nz 0.65 03:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, at least it looks like a weekend retreat for today.

Tokyo Jon 03:55 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Rye, NY et 03:47, thanks, it is good to be back, Although I have not really been away, I just have not been posting. It is amazing how costly time really is, and we take it for granted. I still believe in the saying the markets will always be there tomorrow, dont rush it. the thing is do we have the time.

hk ab nz 0.65 03:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sp// There're still some room left for the downside of aud/nzd.

maybe we can wait for a blip near 1.1610.

Montréal Taro 03:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokio Jon
I asked Jay for your email, I'm waiting for his answer.
It might be faster if you send me an email at hotmail
my username is ttaro27

Rye, NY et 03:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Glad to see you're back, Jon.
Sounds like things are moving forward.
I'd wish you luck, but you don't need it.
You just need (the most expensive commodity)...time.

Brisbane L 03:45 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Interesting Article sorry about the size..
Australia's free trade treaty with the U.S. will probably deliver an annual boost of A$6.1 billion to gross domestic product after a decade in operation, according to an independent study published Friday. The Centre for International Economics (CIE) has concluded that investment liberalization will be the biggest contributor to the projected 0.7 percentage point increase in Australia's GDP, which currently stands around A$800 billion. The total GDP increase over 20 years is expected to amount to almost A$60 billion in today's dollar terms, Stoeckel said. Trade Minister Mark Vaile seized on the report as supporting the government's claim the free trade accord struck with Washington in early February will deliver "enormous benefits" to the domestic economy, including the creation of more than 40,000 jobs after 10 years.
According to the study, investment liberalization between Australia and the U.S. should produce significant economic and welfare dividends. Under the trade deal slated to begin on Jan. 1, 2005, Australia has agreed to lift the threshold on U.S. investments in so-called non-sensitive sectors to A$800 million from A$50 million before regulatory approval is required.
"By lowering the barriers to foreign direct investment, the equity risk premium associated with investing in Australia is likely to fall, thereby lowering the cost of capital in Australia and boosting investment," the center concluded. It also found that merchandise and services trade liberalization should contribute an extra A$1 billion a year to real GDP above what it might otherwise be a decade out The benefits to workers comprise a mix of extra employment and real wage growth that changes over time," with employment peaking at over an extra 0.4% of jobs a decade on before falling to the baseline natural rate of full employment, the center said. The pact has ensured duty-free access for 97% of Australia's manufacturing exports to the U.S. and improved access for Australia's agricultural exporters, including beef and dairy producers, with 66% of agricultural tariff lines moving to zero from day one. It also will provide full access for Australian goods and services to the massive U.S. government procurement market. Earlier analysis by CIE estimated the free trade deal would add about A$4 billion a year to Australia's GDP.Total goods and services trade between Australia and the U.S. was valued at A$47 billion in 2002. Australia runs a balance of trade deficit with the U.S., with imports exceeding exports by A$13 billion in 2002. The U.S. is the biggest source of investment in Australia and the largest destination for Australian investment abroad.
(AP)

OK SZ 03:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, well I look forward to the day that is released..very kind of you to give it and agree with your comments on the others as well..gl, gt

Tokyo Jon 03:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ 03:30, I did have plans to release it, but at the moment I just havent been able to find time to finish the program, I have started to work on the first teir which does not require a realtime data feed and this maybe not to far away. I will not be charging for this program and will let you know when it is available, if it ever will be. I believe that if the program works as well as it has been in live tests then I will be using it and wont need to make money from selling it.

I still value the comments from qindex, GEP, Tallin Viies and others on this board as they have assisted in my trades, especially in the early days of testing to give me confidence in my numbers that where generated.

melbourne farmacia 03:33 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ab - Deano's around in the background.

OK SZ 03:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, sorry for all the questions but when you say euro should close around 119 is that ny time?

Ldn 03:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo dealer; say defense offers related to 1.2000 barrier options , while stop-loss buy orders said to lie just above it. retest 1.2000 area later today from speculators

OK SZ 03:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, will you ever release that after your testing? how has it been performing so far?

Tokyo Jon 03:25 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ 03:13, it is a two tiered system, this part is mathematics, working on probability and frequency, which generates the high, low, close and supp/ressistance levels. It has been under development and testing for many years. The second part is using two custom built oscillators and 5 Expoential moving avaerages. I have tested the system using metastock and have been developing a software package to simplify the output but getting a reliable, real-time data feed is the hard part of my experiment.

hk ab nz 0.65 03:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
bc//If all the eur crosses back to bull run, do u think this downleg of eur from 1.2930 is over?

Now we have eur/jpy, eur/gbp, eur/aud, eur/cad forms solid bottom at the moment. Only eur/chf left.

hk ab nz 0.65 03:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
dlr/cad is still strong.....

this chf might present a great opportunity to shoot high later on short covering.

hk ab nz 0.65 03:18 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Deano, are you still visiting GVi?

OK SZ 03:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, may I ask you what kind of system your using?

OK SZ 03:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Jon, thanks for getting back with me..let's hope this works out..gl,gt to you

Ldn 03:02 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Annual credit growth in Australia remains far too strong despite 2 RBA rate hikes late 2003, says RBC Capital Markets economist Su-Lin Ong. supports RBA's current tightening bias. Next Friday's monetary policy statement to confirm bias, err on hawkish side, again warn housing, credit growth still far too strong for RBA's liking
Reuters .

Tokyo Jon 02:58 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ 23:10, sorry for the late replay
EURUSD(1.1977) My system suggested supported what Qindex has been predicting, that selling was the best approach today and it started off well, but a short term buy signal was generated at 1.1960 and is usually good for 40-50 pips, which would then make the daily high around 1.2010, which is good resistance. down side pressure should then reassert itself.
GL and GT

Ldn 02:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
ECB's Papademos says monetary policy no panacea
(Reuters) - European Central Bank Vice President Lucas Papademos said on Thursday European Union governments cannot rely on monetary policy to help them fix structural economic problems .Papademos's formal speech broadly reiterated what he said in San Francisco earlier this week, that euro zone interest rates, currently at 2 percent, favor an acceleration of growth, but recovery depends on improved confidence.

Tokyo Jon 02:46 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Montréal Taro 00:47
GBPUSD(1.7753) expected trading range 1.7786 - 17663 close 1.7680.

Sorry I couldnt reply last night, send me an email and i will chat with you. cheers.

Stockholm za 00:38
Causeandfx is still regestered, but no work has been done on it for some time, maybe now that I am back in Japan and resting, I may have time to finish the companion and make it freely available to you, but so far it is a dream or a vision.

Melbourne Qindex 02:21 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Montreal Elmeer 02:19 GMT - GBP/JPY : I havn't updated my analysis on this pair.

guangzhou lolo 02:20 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thanks Mr. Qindex, gt.

Montreal Elmeer 02:19 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Dr Q your target for gbp/jpy under 192 is stll valable .

Ldn 02:12 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
below are segments from a Ifr report today.

Ldn 02:11 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Mar Housing Credit Soars 2.1%
Australia's private sector credit data for March came in much stronger than expected, with housing credit jumping 2.1% over the month, nearly double the recent monthly gains. The result suggests some complacency in the wake of the RBA's two hikes last year that the central bank would hold fire for some time to come. This data suggests otherwis andcertainly raises the risks of a hike at next week's meeting.

Brisbane L 02:06 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Article by noted central bank watcher Alan Mitchell in Australian Financial Review to add some jitters to short end of debt market. Says strong housing credit and weaker AUD are major factors for RBA policy makers. Housing demand still strong and AUD/USD well off highs, giving RBA room to hike if it wants. Says any signs that housing sector slowdown is coming to an end would force RBA to hike. June 90-day bank bills now 94.350, down 6 bps
AFR

Brisbane L 02:04 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Grange Securities now expects RBA to hike rates twice by year-end - 25 bps hike in June, another later in year, with tightening cycle topping at 5.75% cash rate. Stephen Roberts, head of research, notes pressure from overseas inflation, CPI figures above RBA forecasts, and tendency of RBA to tighten in two 25 bps moves
Reuters

Brisbane L 02:04 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Grange Securities now expects RBA to hike rates twice by year-end - 25 bps hike in June, another later in year, with tightening cycle topping at 5.75% cash rate. Stephen Roberts, head of research, notes pressure from overseas inflation, CPI figures above RBA forecasts, and tendency of RBA to tighten in two 25 bps moves
Reuters

melbourne farmacia 02:00 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
OMIL - Agree the market surprised all, the skill is knowing when to change sides and fast. GT

Melbourne Qindex 01:59 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
guangzhou lolo 01:44 GMT - EUR/USD : I have written down the condition for a positive signal in my system. See my weekly cycle analysis.

Melbourne Qindex 01:51 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
guangzhou lolo 01:44 GMT - Good morning! EUR/USD : It is in a neutral position and we have to wait and see.

guangzhou lolo 01:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
good morning, Mr Qindex, many thanks for your advice. do you think EUR/USD already reversal or not? tia.

Melbourne Qindex 01:39 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Mla Evan 01:30 GMT - EUR/USD : The odds are still in favour of taking short position at this moment.

Mla Evan 01:30 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Qindex, what are the odds Euro breaching 1.1995 and Usd/Chf 1.2880 today?

Brisbane L 01:21 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Goldman Sachs expects China to introduce new regulations on bank lending, more stringent lending rules toward 4 targeted areas (steel, real estate, cement, aluminum) and remove upper limit on lending rate possibility for hike in lending rate in 50-100 bps range with risk of China growing faster than its current growth forecast of 9.1% in 2004.rts.

Gen dk 01:10 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Melbourne Qindex 01:09 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 00:57 GMT - I am always doing my search for the last 20 years to look for the best way to describe the market movement. It is getting better and better as compared with the time when I provided consultant service for CS Boston and Citibank

Melbourne Qindex 01:04 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 00:57 GMT - I am always doing my search for the last 20 years to look for the best way to describe the market movement. It is getting better and better as compared with the time when I provided constant service for CS Boston and Citibank.

Sydney alimin 00:57 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
that's fantastic qindex, will new place make your machines any better? ;) i can't imagine how much better it can be though, it is simply the best! cheers

Montréal Taro 00:55 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 00:50
Sorry about the mess.

Montréal Taro 00:54 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo Jon
Does your system calculate the low-high for cable too ?
And if it does work well, I'd like to check it out. So if you need some help to test it, or if you want to make it available to others, let me know.

Melbourne Qindex 00:50 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Montréal Taro 00:47 GMT - Is your question address to me?

Montréal Taro 00:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Does your system calculate the low-high for cable too ?
And if it does work well, I'd like to check it out. So if you need some help to test it, or if you want to make it available to others, let me know.

minsk alla 00:47 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Thanks a lot, Mr. Qindex,

Melbourne Qindex 00:44 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 00:40 GMT - It will only take me a few days to set up my machines.

Melbourne Qindex 00:43 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney gvm 00:36 GMT - USD/CHF : It would move higher.

Melbourne Qindex 00:42 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
minsk alla 00:36 GMT - EUR/JPY : The market is working on the upper barrier of my 5-day cycle. In the following equation all those numbers listed are separated by a constant value, therefore one can easily figure out the next few projected levels are 132.11 and 132.58*.


Melbourne Qindex 03:34 GMT April 27, 2004
EUR/JPY : The key quantized level of my 5-day charts is positioning at 131.65. A projected supporting level is located at 128.39 - 128.58 and a projected resistant level is expected at 129.32 - 129.62. the congested area of my 5-day cycle is projected at 128.58 - 131.19. The odds are in favour of taking long position.


... 127.92* // 128.39 - 128.85* - 129.32 - 129.77* - 130.26 - 130.72* - 131.19 - 131.65* // ...

Sydney alimin 00:40 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
thanks qindex, enjoy your trip to hk, we are gonna miss all your marvellous posts

Ldn 00:39 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Thailand Govt Warns Of More Attacks In South
Christians, Muslims In Indonesia Ambon Clash For 6th Day

Stockholm za 00:38 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   

Tokyo Jon ... How is things with causeandfx going ?

Sydney gvm 00:36 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Hey Qindex - any thoughts on $/Swiss thru to NY close?
TIA

minsk alla 00:36 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Dr. Qindex, what level do you expect for EUR/JPY (on the topside) after 131.65?

Melbourne Qindex 00:28 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo Jon 00:26 GMT - You are welcome!

Tokyo Jon 00:26 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
sorry I was away and just got back,
Q thanks for your support and enjoy your time in HK, Hopefully we will see you posting from time to time, it is always a pleasure to read your thoughts.

It is showing that downward pressure is still present in the eurusd and that a return to high 1.18`s is expected, however my close was miscalculated, it should try and close around low 1.19 today.

Brisbane L 00:22 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
UK GDP At Risk From Sharp Drop In House Prices - NIESR
NIESR's main forecast shows a gradual deceleration in house price inflation to 4% in 2005 as the Bank of England raises interest rates. NIESR expects the BoE will continue to tighten gradually, with three further hikes bringing the repo rate to 4.75% by the end of this year. Analysts expect a peak between 5.00% and 5.50% in 2005. In addition to housing market concerns, which Barrell describes as the "largest risk to the U.K. economy," NIESR says sterling's strength and weak growth in the euro zone will hurt the U.K.'s growth prospects. A sharp drop in U.K. house prices would slow consumer spending and nearly halve the country's growth rate, a leading think-tank said Friday.
If house prices dropped by 20%, consumer spending growth would fall by 2.5 percentage points over the following 12 months, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research said. With such a sizable drop in consumer spending, the U.K.'s gross domestic product growth rate would fall by as much as 1.25 percentage points, according to NIESR's estimates. NIESR expects the U.K. economy to grow by 3% in 2004 and 2.8% in 2005, barring a house price collapse.
"If, by the end of next year, house price inflation doesn't moderate, then it's fifty-fifty that there'll be a major collapse," said Ray Barrell, a NIESR economist.
UK Press

Melbourne Qindex 00:13 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
Sydney alimin 00:01 GMT - I will stay in Hong Kong until early July.

Sydney alimin 00:01 GMT April 30, 2004 Reply   
how long are u gonna be in hk, qindex?

 




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