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Forex Forum Archive for 05/03/2004

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Gold Coast martin 23:56 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
SWISS..dg....AUD is expected to trade to a high of 72.85 before the data....g/l g/t

Brisbane L 23:51 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
RBC Capital Markets' Greg Gibbs says that reaction to talk of China policy tightening appears excessive, with long-term fundamentals for commodity producers very positive ,emergence of China as one of world's biggest economies, with rapid growth in raw materials demand likely to persist well into future; this may mute the size of any downturn in commodity prices that might arise from a Fed tightening cycle.

App

Chicago YM 23:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Buy aussie for 7400

Gen dk 23:42 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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Eilat Dolphin 23:32 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
From Haaretz/ 30 minutes ago. ""IDF just took positions around Arafat's headquarters in Ramalla & say it's not against him...""

Go figure...

Swiss DG 23:28 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin 23:15 GMT May 3, 2004, what is the expected high for aud/usd, before release of the data? tia

Gold Coast martin 23:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
AUD...waiting for this weeks economic data before a trend is identified....expecting to resume its down ward trend after all data is released this week doown to 68 range before settling into a 6850-7085 trading range for the rest of may....EURO...similar fate resuming downward tend after data this week to 116.50 range before settling into a range of 116.50-118.20 for rest of may.....NZD...DOWN TO 60 RANGE AFTER DATA and settling into a 60.50-61.90 for rest of may...g/l g/t

OK SZ 23:08 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
quito_valdez at yahoo 23:06 GMT May 3, 2004

Ok, Thanks

quito_valdez at yahoo 23:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
OK SZ//
My browser got funkey like that..I updated it (MIE) on Micro$oft $ite and it worked OK. :9)

hk ab nzd 0.65 22:38 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Thanks Raden.

Chicago YM 22:28 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
yes it is monday

USA Biscuit Boy 22:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Maybe try download Adaware you might have some unwanted nasties on your comp. Well euro has been very soft and can't see that changing prior to Fed statement. However if we drift lower (sub 1.19 which I do expect) when FOMC is released I think we may get a bit of eur/usd selling initially as a kneejerk reaction and then big buy orders coming in and taking advantage of the liquidity to scoop euros. It seems everything has been priced into the market and only a rate hike by the Fed (no chance) will allow dollar to rally to new highs from here.

USA Biscuit Boy 22:14 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
No Wed is May 5

OK SZ 22:13 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Biscuit boy, yes I tried that and did not work so I downloaded yahoo's pop up blocker and for some reason that worked..do not know why but wth do I know:) computers can drive you crazy sometimes:) well back to business should be a quiet evening for trading..what are your thoughts?

Chicago YM 22:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Today is wednesday.

Hong Kong Qindex 22:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : It is very likely that the market has reached the recent high on last Friday at 1.2010.

USA Biscuit Boy 22:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Hi SZ. Good old Explorer hey? lol ......I always have something going on with this browser!!!! Try shutting everything down and reboot your computer. This solves 90% of the problems and should work.

GVI john 22:08 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
RBA decision will be announced Wednesday at 01:30 GMT. No rate change is widely expected.

Chicago YM 22:04 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
When does the RBA rate decision get announced?

OK SZ 21:53 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ok computer experts here is my problem: I open my browser and it goes to my homepage fine..when I click on explorer to open another window it does not open another window it opens the first window..for some reasons it is not letting me have multiple windows open..never has done that..any help appreciated

quito_valdez at yahoo 20:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
"More bad news for the Taliban and I can see why some are waning in their enthusiasm to blow themselves up. Remember how they are promised "72 virgins on the day you die"? Turns out it was a mininterprtation of the ancient dialect. It's "one 72-year-old virgin on the day you die." Jay Leno

Livingston nh 19:09 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
van jv - not a doomster but talking my book a bit - aussie is just hanging around the 200 da mva - 21 da remains below the 55 da ema and MACD has not turned up -- a test of last week's low seems likely and a close under .7216 would be a third day under 200 da mva

quito_valdez at yahoo 19:07 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
This is where it gets cool, one guy says we're on our way to 1.21, the other one says wait til 1.18 comes. Huh? :^()
Why don't we just admit this is a dud Monday mkt today where only pip raiding is the target? I made 6.3k in my demo, lost .42k so what the heck. I would infer from adding up the two posts below that we end up with a zero in the middle. Am I far from wrong? LOL

Van jv 18:15 GMT May 3, 2004
EUR, That H&S pattern, just tested neckline---Fed & nerves may be on the way to 1.21 target..........

Safes nonstop 18:45 GMT May 3, 2004
On 4 hour chart, Eur/USD RSI and Slow S. are headed down for like 118.50 price, but the spot has bounced upward after touching the 50 day and 100 day MA at 1.1919

USA Biscuit Boy 19:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
On the downside if 0.7160 breaks it could get ugly.

GVI Jay 19:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Safes nonstop 18:55 GMT May 3, 2004 (and others) I know where you are lcoated but Safes is notr easily recognizable so in this case, suggest adding your State to make it clear you are posting a location and not a name. TIA

USA Biscuit Boy 19:04 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Van jv 18:54 GMT May 3, 2004

With risk ahead of Fed on Tues and RBA on Wed I guess nobody really wants to take a position on AUD at the moment. If RBA doesn't hike (which it won't in all probability) then there is a good chance AUD/NZD will get hammered and AUD/USD could come under intense selling pressure as well.

I can't see it clearing 0.7250 and it will need to break 0.7370 to relieve selling pressure IMO.

Safes nonstop 18:55 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
On 4 hour chart, 1.1919 is key for up or down, do not know how to judge time but looks to be within several hours of the break.

Van jv 18:54 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
AUD//what happened to all the AUD doomsters-----any new assesment?

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 18:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
what timefram are you talking about on the eur usd, heading down to that level?

OK SZ 18:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I would wait for a break of the strong support of 1.1919 to short euro for 1.1850..I sold my euro long from 19 at 38..

Safes nonstop 18:45 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
On 4 hour chart, Eur/USD RSI and Slow S. are headed down for like 118.50 price, but the spot has bounced upward after touching the 50 day and 100 day MA at 1.1919.

quito_valdez at yahoo 18:35 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
like a monkey romancing a skunk, I've had all this stinking stuff I can take..going to study chart tech.

quito_valdez at yahoo 18:29 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd seems to be leading eur/usd by the nose, for a clue as to what eur/usd is up to..gbp/usd double topped and is coming down gradually for a sweet little short I possied...I'd say anything more than this is pure speculation roulette.

Global-View J 18:26 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
360 Spyder 18:22 GMT May 3, 2004 (and others) One of our few rules is that you must post a recognizable location. Spider 360 is not a location. TIA for your cooperation.

USA Biscuit Boy 18:26 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
It might pay to wait to go long eur/usd at 1.1875.

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 18:24 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
eat bannannas and sit

360 Spyder 18:22 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
This is a crapy trading day.

Still on the 15 minute chart. The RSI is at 40... not total oversold. So there is a chance for a further down move.

london phil 18:22 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
i have 1.1850 as first support hourly uptrend line

quito_valdez at yahoo 18:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Ok fellas, what's this monkey going to do, climb the tree or eat bananas and sit?

Van jv 18:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
EUR, That H&S pattern, just tested neckline---Fed & nerves may be on the way to 1.21 target..........

Safes nonstop 18:14 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Interesting, several forecasters are also predicting a 1.1919 bottom for good upmove.

bristol wsp 18:09 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd has bottomed too

OK SZ 18:07 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
well if you look at a 5min euro chart you will see a triple bottom at 1.1919 which I bought at will ride her for a bit..

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 18:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Cu later my friends..

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
quito_valdez at yahoo 17:42 GMT May 3, 2004
I mean like this : if sell signal show on the bigger time frame that's mean invite bigger sellers, because ussually price break low be followed by increase of volume.

quito_valdez at yahoo 17:42 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Raden mas//
What do you mean please when you say invite bigger sellers?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:26 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I think we see the same indicators.
let's see 15 minutes gbp/usd and eur/usd with RSI-14, bearish divergence?. so I don't admire if eur/usd and gbp/usd will drop soon.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd and gbp/usd wait 15 minutes chart to invite bigger sellers.
still wait..

Swiss DG 17:12 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:11 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd wait 15 minutes chart to invite bigger sellers.
still wait..

stockholm za 16:45 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Raden Mas 15:28 ...

If W(3) > S(2) --- Then why (S) is good ?..... lol

Happy trades to you my friend...

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:21 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hk ab.
1.3805

hk ab nzd 0.65 16:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Raden, target?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:11 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
usd/cad.
in several minutes will up/ imo
buy. at 1.3744

HK Kevin 15:56 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Jay, sorry for non-trading issue.
hk ab, I have your email. Will send later.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
HK Kevin 15:43 GMT - The odds are still there.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
1 minutes chart gbp/usd.
step by step but sure. :-)
SELL

hk ab nzd 0.65 15:44 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Kevin, can u drop me an email thru Jay
We have planned a dinner this Fri. with qindex

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:44 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
thanks for better sell level.

Global-View Research 15:44 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   


Dollar Thoughts (by FXA)

It is hard not to notice that the big run-up in the dollar through mid-April can be partly explained by the unwinding of large currency "reflation trades", namely short dollars and long high yield and commodity based currencies (AUD, NZD, GBP, CAD and ZAR to name a few). With the US labor market emerging from the shadows of darkness in March and the Fed awakening to future inflation risks after putting deflation risks to rest, the assumptions that underscored these reflation trades were snapped from underneath the market in fairly short order. .. Click here for the full update in our new reseacrh section

HK Kevin 15:43 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex, good evening. Do you still see EUR/JPY pullback several hundreds pips from 132.50ish?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:40 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd. 1 minutes chart.
sell signal at 1.7718.. you will get FP

Chicago FTD 15:40 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
nyc fxdh 15:31 GMT May 3, 2004

What is $ sw please? Swahili? Swaziland? Surely you don't mean Swiss Francs?

Eilat Dolphin 15:40 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
All stochs time frames are E down but daylies whose engine seems cut off. Tomorrow news should be a E overcast, before announcement that is.

So, till it clears, I'd rather wait than glide.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:38 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
HK Kevin 15:34 GMT - Good evening! US$ looks quite promising.

Lugano Gruppo11 15:34 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Short eur/usd at 1.1940, S/L 1.1990, target intraday 1.1875, 1.1850
Short AUD/usd at 0.7190 S/L 0.7225, target intraday 0.7150, 0.7125

HK Kevin 15:34 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex, Welcome back to HK.
Still hold short EUR/JPY at ~113.30. Just short small USD/JPY at 110.43 for intraday trading.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:32 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
LOL.
I loose nice train in gbp/usd selling to get best entry.
in my system.. that was funny.. price move higher but selling indicator show selling pressure.. that's mean good for selling average...But now is still good for sell..not too late. at 1.7730

nyc fxdh 15:31 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Well the long $ sw worked..out

Livingston nh 15:31 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Jawbone Risk is affecting Cable - ECB is on hold, RBA is on the edge but expectations are no move this week, MPC is more likely to hike BUT what if they don't - no problem everything status quo EXCEPT for the Fed - the Fed is likely to be much more aggressive in its policy statement than expected (do they want to look as bad as in year end 2000) because a lot of data comes out very quickly after Tuesday (remember Fed also has weekly IND Production figures) // SO the problem for Cable is an aggressive Fed and no MPC move is not status quo

Hong Kong Qindex 15:30 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : My current expected trading ranges are as follow :-

... // 1.1880 - 1.1945 - 1.2010 // ...


The odds are in favour of maintaining a short position.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:28 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hk ooozmeeh 14:16 GMT May 3, 2004
ok
1 minutes chart is sell
5 minutes chart ..wait
15 minutes chart ..wait
60 minutes chart ..wait (not yet give selling pressure)
4 hours chart .. sell signal.
I think good for sell action

OK SZ 15:25 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
passed

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 15:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test

Hong Kong Qindex 15:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 11:28 GMT May 1, 2004
EUR/USD : The odds are good to maintain a short position at this moment.

Normandy Nick 14:51 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
all right...

GER ad 14:51 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Normandy Nick 14:38,
Cable is very tricky for the moment because EUR/GBP
Range 1.7660 - 1.7825 (now in the middle ~ 1.7745...here I will not touch). GT & GL

OK SZ 14:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
we had the ism # at 10am est..

Normandy Nick 14:46 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I meant, what is that spike? :p thanx

OK SZ 14:45 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
well on the euro we have good support at 1.1920 and resistance at 1.1971 we could be in that range today..if we break to the upside resistance at 1.2020/50 my target would be 12150..downside target is good support around 11885..would buy there..lots of choices, but I favor upside at this time..

sofia drp.p 14:40 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Any interest in buying RMB?

Normandy Nick 14:38 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hi everyone,
I just got into the market , I watched the gbp/usd, what is that pick? thank you.

nyc fxdh 14:32 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
long $ sw here...any thoughts

hk ooozmeeh 14:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
RADEN MAS...need your personal view on EURO..TIA

GVI john 14:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ISM 62.4 vs 62.5 as expected

GVI Jay 14:09 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
We had a rare server problem that our tech staff has been working on nit, thus the gap in updates. Sorry for any inconvenience, which was beyond our control.

st. pete islander 14:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ISM 62.4

Sydney gvm 13:53 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
is this site down?

OK SZ 13:49 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
if the ism is above expectations and the dollar does not hold it's gains I would by the euro..I will target 12125..let's see what happens..gl, gt all

hk ab nzd 0.65 13:27 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
dlr/cad never lies......

Sydney gvm 13:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Euro 114 big figure and US Tbonds 103 will be seen in the next 2 weeks imo.

hk ab nzd 0.65 13:22 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
dlr/cad never lies......

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 13:17 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
may my view can help you.
my indicator say still good for sell gbp/usd, from 1.7745

Sydney gvm 13:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test

Global-View 13:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
We experienced a rare server problem and thus the gap in updates. It is being worked on and hopefully has been cleared up. Sorry for any inconveniece but was beyond our control.

Livingston nh 13:03 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test OS

GVI john 12:32 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test

Porto PJT 12:30 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
That is my problem or GV problem?thanks

Error 1135 : Can't create a new thread (errno 11). If you are not out of available memory, you can consult the manual for a possible OS-dependent bug

GVI john 12:22 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
CLICK HERE
Holidays today in Japan and the U.K. have led to thin conditions overnight, but this likely to be a pivotal week for the financial markets starting with the ISM PMI today. Then the Fed Statement on Tuesday will be critical. Plus the employment report on Friday will be major. The April ISM PMI today is seen roughly unchanged from its 62.5 level in March. The dollar has a cautiously positive tone heading into the new week.

Already today the European April manufacturing PMI’s were released. The Euroland PMI improved to 54.0 from 53.5 with the German and French subcomponents at 55.3 vs. 54.1 and 53.5 vs., 53.2, respectively. These are mildly positive data for the euro. The U.K. April PMI will be released on Tuesday due to the holiday today.

On Tuesday, the Fed will meet, the markets see virtually no chance for a change in Fed policy, but do expect the central bank to start to lay the groundwork for a move away from its ultra-easy monetary policy, A study just out from the Atlanta Fed suggests that the deflation risk last year was overstated and that Fed actions actually exacerbated disinflationary pressures. In short, the study said that deflation was not widespread
And that falling price indices were concentrated in used cars and rents as falling financing costs fueled home ownership and new car buying. The study will provide additional support for a move away its ultra-easy monetary policy if one were needed. The focus Tuesday will be how the FOMC starts to prepare the markets for rising interest rates later in the year. The key issue is timing.

The major event this week is the release of the April employment data on Friday. The markets are set up for a rise of 150-200,000 in the month. There has been a tendency recently for the markets to raise these estimates as the release approaches and then to be disappointed afterwards, with the notable exception of the March report. Virtually all major central banks are now on some sort of inflation targeting scheme. The only exception is the Fed, which is targeting employment. This is a critical result because the jobs figure could determine if Fed will tighten on June 30 or August 10. A disappointing outcome would probably take June 30 out of the running. The current Dollar recovery has been built on perceptions that the Fed is going to move to a more neutral monetary policy.

Tuesday sees the monthly RBA meeting. Odds strongly favor no rate changes on Wednesday when its policy decision is announced. At 5.25% the central Bank has achieved monetary neutrality. Despite its considerable volatility recently, odds are the unit still represents value at current levels. There is talk about an imminent tightening of monetary policy (+50bps) in China. Forex markets are overly worried about a hard landing there.

MONDAY, May 3, 2004
14:00 GMT- US- Apr ISM PMI: vs. 62.5 in Mar, see 62.3
14:00 GMT- US- Mar Construction Spending

TUESDAY, May 4, 2004
JPN- HOLIDAY -- Civic Day
RBA Meeting
08:30 GMT- UK- Apr Manufacturing PMI: vs. 53.7 in Mar
09:00 GMT- EUR- Mar Unemployment Rate: vs. 8.8% in Feb
09:00 GMT- EUR- Mar Producer Prices: vs. +0.1% in Feb
10:00 GMT- UK- CBI Distributive Trades Survey
14:00 GMT- US- Mar Factory Orders: vs. +0.2% in Feb, see +2.1%

18:15 GMT- US- FOMC decision: no change expected

WEDNESDAY, May 5, 2004
JPN- HOLIDAY – Children’s Day
23:30 GMT- AUS- Outcome of RBA meeting
01:30 GMT- AUS- March Building Approvals vs. +3.2%
07:50 GMT- GER- Apr Unemployment: vs. +23K (SA) and -120K (NSA)
08:00 GMT- EUR- Apr Services PMI: vs. 54.4 in Mar
UK- 2-day Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting begins
12:15 GMT- CDA- International Reserves
11:00 GMT- US- MBA Mortgage Finance Index
13:30 GMT- US- API/DOE Weekly Energy Inventories
14:00 GMT- US- Apr Non-Manufacturing ISM PMI: vs. 65.8 in Mar

THURSDAY May 6, 2004
01:30 GMT- 1Q04 Retail Trade vs. +2.6%
08:30 GMT- UK- Apr Services PMI: vs. 58.7 in Mar
10:00 GMT- GER- Mar preliminary Industrial Orders: vs. +0.5% in Feb
11:00 GMT- UK- Bank of England MPC decision: risk of a 25bp rate hike
11:45 GMT- ECB Governing Council meeting decision
12:30 GMT- US- Weekly Jobless Claims
18:00 GMT- US- Mar 16 FOMC minutes

FRIDAY, May 7, 2004
AUS- RBA Monetary Policy Statement
10:00 GMT- GER- Mar preliminary Industrial Output
12:30 GMT- US- Apr Employment Report
Non-Farm Payrolls: vs. 308,000 in Mar, see +175,000
Unemployment Rate: vs. 5.7% in Mar, see 5.7%

Global-View 12:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Test

hk ab nzd 0.65 12:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
nt, we may have a chance of aud/jpy 74

how could this be done?

lux jean 12:00 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
test

Global-View 11:59 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
We seem to have had a rare server issue that apepars to have been resolved, thus the gap in updates. POur apologies for any inconvenience.

vancouver jpb 11:54 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Good morning all, GL & GT Trades for this new week.

NYC TE 11:51 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
For those not in the know, UK plays a big role in the forex market and why you are seeing such a light flow today despite movements

vancouver jpb 11:49 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Good morning all, GL & GT Trades for this new week.

Gen dk 11:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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Vilnius Phoenix 11:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Do somebody seen here VIKRAM, ir was miracle guy, worth to listen to ...

Gen dk 11:40 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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NYC TE 11:39 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
For those not in the know, UK plays a big role in the forex market and why you are seeing such a light flow today despite movements

Gen dk 11:35 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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hong kong nt 11:28 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
AB -- my ideal MT Euro bottom is 1.293*0.9 = 1.164...

hong kong nt 11:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
AB -- my ideal MT Euro bottom is 1.293*0.9 = 1.164...

Lugano Gruppo11 11:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Short $/yen at 109.95, s/l 110.50 target 108.60

Lugano Gruppo11 11:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Short gbp/usd at 1.7700,S/L 1.7785, target for the day 1.7625
Short usd/yen at 109.95 S/L 110.50, target for the day 108.60
Short eur/yen at 131.55 S/L 132.25, target for the day 130.90

ham cla 11:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ny investment name, was the seller of cable from 1.7705 down to 90.

Gen dk 11:13 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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Lugani Gruppo11 11:11 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Short gbp/usd at 1.7700,S/L 1.7785, target for the day 1.7625
Short usd/yen at 109.95 S/L 110.50, target for the day 108.60
Short eur/yen at 131.55 S/L 132.25, target for the day 130.90

ham cla 11:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ny investment name, was the seller of cable from 1.7705 down to 90.

Gen dk 11:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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hong kong nt 10:33 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Euro -- we may see range trading within 1.187-1.202 for a while...

Gen dk 10:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
nyc fxdh 09:55 GMT May 3, 2004
good morning too. :-)

Athens 10:03 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Lugano Gruppo11, a short term resistance line on the daiy is coming in at 1.3010 in $/CHF today and might cap the upside. Much stronger resistance at 1.3100-05. FWIW and good luck.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:58 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
about gbp/usd.
1 minutes chart cyclic : on the buy signal
5 minutes chart cyclic : on the sell signal
30 minutes chart cyclic : on the sell signal
60 minutes chart cyclic : on the buy signal
4 hours chart cyclic : on the sell signal
daily chart cyclic : on the sell signal
weekly chart cyclic : on the buy signal

let's get the conclusion for action !!

nyc fxdh 09:55 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
good morning raden

Lugano Gruppo11 09:39 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Long $/chf at 1.2990, stop 1.2925, target for the day 1.3075 and 1.3125

nyc jk 09:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
typo, shoud read short $12bio against foreign ccys.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hello friends !!

nyc jk 09:22 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I have a bit of knowledge in this area so FWIW re Buffet, according to latest Berkshire Hathaway annual report, they are sitting on about $32 billion in cash. The market value of all his investments is in the 100's of billions. As of the end of last year they were short about $12bio against USD, all he said at the annual meeting was that he increased the position size, not by how much exactly. The position size is really not that large in the context of the companies overall assets. if you look at Buffets past investment history, he can be an extremely long term player, holding investments literally for decades (ie Coca Cola) if he still believes in them. he is a "fundamentalist" and does not use or care about technical analysis in the slightest.

Brisbane L 09:17 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
German BdB federation sees ECB leaving interest rates unchanged in 2004 before increasing rates by 50bp in 2005 with the key lending rate reaching 2.5% reuters.

Ga Lee 09:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
noted ab :-)

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 09:12 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Ga Lee-- "Close" hrly.

Ga Lee 09:12 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
from the hourlies..not dailies re: 1.2977

Ga Lee 09:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
poked above it once ab, i think it may catch on the 7 day weighted, 1.2977..we'll see..

ham cla 09:04 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hearing stops are building in dol/chf above 1.3020/25.

Gen dk 09:03 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:57 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
dlrchf and eur don't want to close at above/under their 100 hrly ma?

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:57 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
dlrchf and eur don't want to close at above/under their 100 hrly ma?

sgp sp 08:57 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
good afternoon ab....hope u would be free later this evening and pop in. :)

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I am suspecting if aud/nzd can rebound ffrom 1.15 here.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:43 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
sp, there's some strange direction on aud/nzd.


Athens 08:27 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Redmond Bill 08:05, who cares?

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
so slow....

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 08:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
no commitment to break dlr/cad 1.3750?
or eur 1.196?

ham cla 08:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
82

Ga Lee 08:13 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
.1983

KNOXVILLE TN. Dan-k 08:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
brief question what was the high on the eur.usd last 3 hours?

LAX-LGB SNP 08:06 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
please disregard my earlier post ... somethin is wrong with my charts ... besides the weekend wasnt enough for some ppl so far

Japan
03.05 - Constitution Memorial Day,
04.05 - Holiday for a Nation
05.05 - Children’s Day

United Kingdom
03.05 - May Day Bank Holiday

Redmond Bill 08:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Athens, I want to buy a truck load of EUR/$
just waiting for more liquidity.

LAX-LGB SNP 07:52 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
USDCAD looks ripe for a pullback below 1.3748-1.3719
AUDUSD merits a buy above 0.7219-0.7201 and GBPUSD above 1.7708-1.7733

Athens 07:49 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Re the small moves since opening and my 19:07 here on Sunday, the following comment I posted on GVI yesterday justifies what we've seen thus far today:

Athens 19:27 GMT May 2, 2004
SFX, the crosses give a positive bias to EUR/$ BUT lately EUR/JPY is inside my O/B territory and may hinder further upside progress and even backfire on EUR/$ unless $/JPY falls and gives some breathing space to EUR/JPY and thus indirectly to EUR/$.

Seattle MrHuckFin 07:44 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I've been doing the GBP/USD for quite a few years now and have got pretty good with it, however I remember hearing about an economic crash back in 97 over in Bali and quite buy coincidence ran across a web site for Bali and found an exchange rate page for they're currency and I was thinking it looks quite dynamic and might be a good one to trade, and in the interest of learning something new I thought I'd try and learn something about it and just maybe try and learn to trade it.

indonesia bahari2003 07:33 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Seattle MrHuckFin 07:26 GMT May 3, 2004

do you have any interest to trade the indonesian currency? I think you just in the right time, everybody here has a good mood to trade due to our election periods and "others" event. We better trade eur/dlr or gbp/dlr for this busy week, I think.
:)

UAE Oil man 07:33 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Kaunas 07:20 GMT May 3, 2004

I do not "play" in the political "Arena"...

but even so if he has "doubled" his bet 7+15=22...or 15 to 40+ (which is an estimate of his net worth) ...he is by all account doing a 50/50 at best against the $...and not short $ by any means.

Tokyo Hakuna Matata 07:28 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Whats Eur/Jpy hgh today please?

Seattle MrHuckFin 07:26 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I have an odd question. Can the currency of Bali or Indonesia be traded? Thanks for any input.:-)

Kaunas 07:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
UAE Oil man 06:59 GMT May 3, 2004

thats quite opposite to what Buffet thinks...

MONACO OGA 07:05 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
FX UPDATE 03/05
Good morning,

***EUR***
EUR/USD (currently 1,1970), 30 pips higher than Friday's opening. The market bought the pair up to 1,20 (high 1,2010) despite some bad German March retail sales (-3.3%) before closing the month to 1,1980, a neutral level inside 1,1760-1,2060. Japan and England are closed today, so expect a quite trading session . Supports at 1,1920 and 1,1850, with resistances at 1,2050-60 then 1,2170 (strong one). Overall we are still neutral on the medium term, especially ahead of FED's policy setting meeting tomorrow evening.

Data out today:
UK Halifax price index April expected 2.2% 07.30 GMT
EURozone PMI manufacturing expected 53.3 08.00 GMT
US construction spending Mar expected 0,5% 14.00 GMT
US ISM manufacturing April expected 62,7 14.00 GMT

Gold at 388.50, with WTI June at 37.28

***JPY***
USD/JPY (currently 110,10) 30 pips lower than Friday. The pair lis looking toppish above 110,50-60 and short time charts favour a test of 109.20-30 supportive zone.
EUR/JPY (currently 131,80) retracing from 132,40-45 overnight. Support at 131,50, target higher between 133 and 133,50.

***GBP***
Cable (currently 1,7780) consolidating above 1,7700. 1,7800-10 still looks offered for the time beeing. For today support at 1,7730 and 1,7680, resistances at 1,7810 then 1,7900.
EUR/GBP (0,6740) consolidating inside 0,6725-60, the BOE's rate decision later this week will most probably break the trading range. We still believe a break of 0,6750-60 implies a test of 0,6850-75 in the medium term. Strong support now appears around 0,6680.
Have a nice day,

Olivier

Brisbane L 07:01 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin RBA decision not till Wednesday 9.30 AEST.
the employment data friday for the US , market may be waiting for also

UAE Oil man 06:59 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
And as interests move up in the U.S ,the sense of holding euro instead of mighty king dollar are slowly becoming less evident for most players..
Euro-land has as much problems as the U.S (if not more as they are slower to respond to anything) their "HUGE" growth(euro-land) is about 1% while U.S "MEAGRE" growth (as stated last friday in a newspaper) is ONLY around 4.2-5.2%..

Gold Coast martin 06:45 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hk..ab..nz..my view on the aud is that it will still head down towards 68 by the end of ny session tomorrow after all the australian and usd data....g/l g/t

UAE Oil man 06:44 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Well Ab, perhaps then perhaps not..I don't see why a long term positional player would buy into a descending move..long term traders are NOT bottom pickers (Better wait for a "confirmation" of an upside and buy near 1.24 exemple)

Also the big difference from last year to now is that interest rates are going up in the US (and also perceived as rising more "SOON".)..and knowing the $/EURO is following the interests rates (so far with perfect accuracy however with a lagging effect)..I still foresee EURO$ going lower and lower.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 06:37 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
aud/jpy opens the road to 74 today or tomorrow?

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 06:20 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
oilman, and when those short term spects wake up and rushed to sell, it's the time for the longer term buyers awake.

Many GOOD trades.

UAE Oil man 06:19 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
I'd say it simpler than that...Road still clear for euro$ downtrend.

UAE Oil man 06:13 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
EURUSD :
....Does this mean that they will stop buying dips now?
We doubt it. The problem with the current downtrend
is that it develops so slowly that traders can easily get
used to the new price levels. Even those that hold
long positions from much higher levels have not been
forced to question their apparently unshakeable belief
that a bottom is just around the corner. Instead,
each of the frequent rebounds simply rekindles the
hope that a durable rally is underway. Thus, one
should not be too surprised to see bottom-pickers
make a comeback. But, as we have already seen,
this demand is not enough to turn the trend around.
What is obvious from the sentiment is that there is
no long-term buyer of euros active in the market.
When medium-term traders buy, the euro hardly
rises, but when they sell, it falls heftily. There is no
evidence here that a bottom is imminent. Rather,
we note a price development that is likely to dull the
senses of unsuspecting dip-buyers. The only
consolation is that the slowly occurring losses will
be painless – unless, of course, everyone wakes up
at the same time.

-Deustche bank .

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 06:11 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
martin, do u still hold your view on aud .68 by tomorrow.

I see chance will only be possible if aud/jpy has a go towards 74......

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 06:03 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
The Buffett might have forgotten his 40B is just a piece of cake compared with Chinese and Jap funds movement.....

Unless he is bold enough to trade against them........

Kaunas DP 05:50 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Bill,
some time ago was trying to get my brains on top of VAR...any chances to get in toutch with the binary lending component (leveraging leverage) - TIA

NYC Bill 04:41 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ICT, Compared to what is out there, I know very little. I do know that the VAR is getting out of hand at the moment. The binary lending component (leveraging leverage) is quite complex. This in itself makes some people out there unsettled. 15 yards unleveraged is decent. Sometimes that amount could be changed in minutes. Other times it could be a fully laden VLCC. Time and place is all I am saying. Good evening.

ICT ML 04:36 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Bill, are you referring to 15 yards spec size positions being small potatoes now, or other corp type stuff?...you are more than several rungs higher up the ladder (from what I hear :-) in size and experience compared to myself , so you would know much more about that than I, but I am all ears if you care to expand the discussion.

shanghai bc 04:35 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   

15-20 yard is a day-trading amount for BoJ on a busy day.This market is huge.

NYC Bill 04:26 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Its is a matter of fact that Robertson's Tiger and Soro's Quantum's positions were well known among the 10. Its is what is unknown is more important. I is kind of like the dog's here that bark the most...

Miami OMIL (/;-> 04:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Hello I hope everyone had a good weekend. I read these articles and I can’t help but think that they are just putting bait for the smaller fish to swallow. I will continue to follow my charts and let the news ride on it’s way. In this thin market it is better to extend the weekend, as I will do (with one eye on the price action). The bullish trend continues and the mid term indicators continue to get stronger moving up from the O/S area with intraday indicators bearish with room to move further down. As we know eur/usd still has not tested the upper T/L (1.2030-40) and lower T/L (1.1780-90). The longer it lingers over 1.1950-60 the better the chances for the bulls to get stronger. I have rough numbers for retracement. They are 1.1930-35, 1.1905-10 and 1.1880-85. Resistance can be found now at 1.1930-40, 1.1910-20, 1.1890-1900 and smaller resistance around the 1.1950-60 area IMHO. GL GT

NYC Bill 04:18 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ICT, that is small compared to some other stuff that is out there.

ICT ML 03:18 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
nyc sa 02:41 GMT....yes, a contrarian indicator was my first thought when he announced selling $$$$ last year. But like I said, I think he has someone else advising him, so until I know who that might be, I won't label him a contra indicator

YIPPEE...is that $40B of HIS cash....or Berkshires cash?...either way a 15 Yard position is the single biggest I think I've ever heard of ...including back when GS and JR were playing bigtime $$$ bets. You have anything thtat would say diffreent?

As for my mid-long term views, the monthly close in cable is now at a line where it could turn back up this month, or head way down. I was targetting 1.7350 to buy into, based on a monthly SMA10 there, a weekly EMA50 there, and that is where the channel top it broke out of last fall is located...so I figured a test of those tech levels was a good bet. BUT...the monthly SMA10 jumped to 1.7560 area now...so I am less all out bearish as I was before. We just have to see what happens Tuesday.

USA Biscuit Boy 02:53 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Sure to be an interesting week. My take is the Fed's tightening bias is completely priced in the market as evidenced by the unwinding of leveraged carry trades. Now the negative impacts of a rate hike on the US economy must be considered, as well as the growing twin deficits. I think this dollar correction is on its last legs. Just MO.

NYC YIPPEE 02:46 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
ICT ML 02:07 GMT May 3, 2004

I believe that Buffet has over $40B in cash. He is simply spreading the risk a bit. And who can blame him !!

nyc sa 02:41 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Hi ICT , regarding Buffet , he did say betting against the dollar with regard to some currency pairs , I underline the word some and not all . which is the pair to appreciate against the dollar euro or $/yen or $/ CHF ? that is the question . Also ,it just occured to me , could Buffet be a contrary indicator as he is specialized in stocks not currencies .Another point ,maybe this article about Buffet was released today to hold the majors up against the dollar until the Fed announcement is released ..who knows !

Porto PJT 02:35 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
eur/jpy down after touching 61 fibo, but holding on the hourly trendline, a sell below 131,80 targeting first/second fibo levels a buy above 132,50.good night/day all.

Porto PJT 02:16 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
fwiw, eur/jpy holding on the trendline.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 02:15 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
let's welcome final squeeze?

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 02:10 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
re aud/nzd.

QC WC 02:08 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
HK ab 1:24, what pair is this?

ICT ML 02:07 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Farmacia beat me to it, regarding the news that Buffet doubled down his Forex bets. What I know about Buffet, he doesn't act on impulses, and he doesn'r act on matters he is not familiar with in the smalllest details. So the question I have, is just exactly WHO is advising Buffet in regards to Forex trading?.....because this is an area that he has had zero experience with until last year...from his own words.....

food for thought I guess. I'd take that job if offered...LOL

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 01:51 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
qindex// u have mail.

dlr/cad the true early bird???

looks like a yen fight today rather.

CAIRO AG 01:48 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
SHOULD

CAIRO AG 01:47 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Qindex: Good morning..... Dont you think EurAud SHOLD start shorting soon?? TIA

GL & GT

Brisbane L 01:37 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
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Hong Kong Qindex 01:34 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 01:23 GMT - Good morning! It is nice to have gathering. Just let me know when you have fixed the date.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 01:24 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
sp, today, I will take a look at 1.1410.
If this is broken, more doubts on the pair.

Snapping back of commodities curr. is imminent.

hk ab nz 0.65 in 3 months 01:23 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Good morning Qindex,
I will organize the dinner for you probably this Fri. or next week due to the Mother's day.

Good trades!


Farmacia, this fellow learnt from his commarade Sorro's --> talking book loud.

However, seems the effect is not that strong compared with Sorro's one.

Global-View GVI 01:13 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
From GVI:

Chicago Irish 02:38 GMT May 2, 2004
Buffett increases his bet against the Dollar Link

melbourne farmacia 01:01 GMT May 3, 2004 Reply   
Someone can post the full Buffett story later on ......

"The world's second richest man told the crowd that he had increased his bet against the US dollar on concern that the country's trade deficit will weaken the currency.

"We think that over time that the dollar is likely to decline in value against some of the major currencies," said Buffett, 73."

Bloomberg

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