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Forex Forum Archive for 09/02/2004

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syd 23:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Australia's services sector activity remained solid in August, according to an industry survey released Friday. The Australian Industry Group/Commonwealth Bank Performance of Services Index was at 54.6 in August, unchanged from July on a seasonally adjusted basis. The strong result was underpinned by sales and new orders increasing to the highest levels since January and employment at its strongest point since May, the survey said. The seasonally adjusted sales index rose 3.6 percentage points to 56.9, the second consecutive increase and the highest reading since January 2004, the survey said. New orders edged up 0.2 percentage point to 58.2. The new orders index is also at its highest level since January. The survey's employment index also rose for the second consecutive month, rising 0.9 percentage point to 52.2, its highest level since May.

Gondomar fxbasilio 23:17 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
rio 22:58
short cad because its going to fall (allindicators say the same)

porto acd
if you are from portugal just write to me [email protected] and i give you the best portuguese site about forex.

thanks

hk ab lazy 23:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
747//just a qns.

why you exited all of your positions on jpy? you don't want to risk? Just curious and really no offence.

Porto ACD 23:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Hello i am new here, need some help sometimes.
Any view about eur/usd?long or short?

Prague JV 23:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Today is not good day to trade against curr. with higher interet . IMHO

wisconsin tim 22:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Copy the history data to excel then write a function in a new cell:
=IF(WEEKDAY($A2)=6 ,1,"")
then sort (via the data menu) by the new column and delete all the blanks

Chicago goofy 22:55 GMT September 2, 2004
2> How is the censorship in this forum for the movement of every first Friday? How can I check the Friday history message through Achive.

Rio 22:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gondomar,

why short the cad??

Gondomar fxbasilio 22:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
sorry to say but its impossible to fail:
(really impossible to fail)

best trades for next 10 hours:

- buy eurcad 1.5820
- buy usdcad 1.3000
- buy aud/cad 0.9035

GA TJ 22:55 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 22:33 GMT September 2, 2004
I don't know if I will hook my horse to that wagon. Its political high spin season so IMO if he has the number and its bad he will make it sound good. If its good he will also make it sound good. Personally I am not looking for a good number because of Huricane Charley. I do expect some volitlity after the release as the "Smart Money" decides what to make of the number while factoring out Charley's influence. Its also something to remember for the next report if Frances gets a little nasty.

With that said the wild card becomes the number of people who believe he has the number. I've seen the speculation and if a large number of traders buy into it the market could get interesting. If you are going to play it consider playing it small. It would be like having a big report drible out over 45 minutes one word at a time. Could be a lot of false starts.

Chicago goofy 22:55 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I am pretty new to this forum. I have two general questions for coming Friday. Hope the experts and admin here can kindly help me out.

1> Employment situation data is a set of numbers, is NFP the key to provide the extreme price movement? I mean If we can straddle the one side movement without considering the other data number for tmr?

2> How is the censorship in this forum for the movement of every first Friday? How can I check the Friday history message through Achive.

Many thanks.

Madison 22:54 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Who of you believe usd will flight? Who of you believe usd will go under? WHY?

I am in a very bad situation. My AT says eur long. My analysis says eur short.

I know, I should not trade but the movement will be wild, and I want to take at least some snacks on the party!

Pecs Andras 22:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gep
My view on this is that we will not learn anyting from the speech, because it will be optimistic whatever the numbers are. Can he deliver anything else but an optimistic speech at this convention?
Trouble is we will not know why he is optimistic in his speech; whether it is because the number is really good, or just because you have to be optimistic in a speech like this

Philadelphia caba 22:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
you're welcome, good luck guys!

Dallas GEP 22:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
SYD, Bush will accept I am sure towrds the end of the convention 10PM eastern standard time is when Bush is scheduled to speak. A little more than 3 hours fron NOW

sar jf 22:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
gep - all the advice in the world doesnt stop some people but your right best not to bet all your capital on one days trading

syd 22:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Philadelphia caba thanks

sar jf 22:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
10 pips wheres your eur/aud stop

Toronto YV 22:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Philadelphia caba , thanks .

Philadelphia caba 22:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
What time Bush starts talking?

at 10 p.m EST

Toronto YV 22:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
What time Bush starts talking?

Gondomar fxbasilio 22:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
best trades for next 10 hours:

- buy eurcad 1.5820
- buy usdcad 1.3000
- buy aud/cad 0.9035

good luck budies!

syd 22:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP what time is his speech.? tia

Dallas GEP 22:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
RE: Bloodshed.....It may be TONIGHT instead of the morning. Bush is said to have those numbers NOW so if somehow he vaguely mentions them or alludes to them in a way, the fireworks could start TONIGHT

Pecs Andras 22:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 22:17 GMT September 2, 2004
Very wise words, GEP
I am struggling with an EUR/Jen short now, but I will definitely close it out well before the bloodhsed

Dallas GEP 22:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
RE: gbp/usd YES, I do agree it will go up first slightly BUT it has a chance to short SIGNIFICANTLY

Gondomar fxbasilio 22:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA fxnew
gbpusd in next hours will go up to 1.7940

Dallas GEP 22:17 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
FXNEW....It is going to short IMO...possibly dramatically

LA fxnew 22:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GEP:
Given the data and prediction; what is your view on gbp/usd?


Thanks

Dallas GEP 22:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
In the next 24 hours, as is ALWYS the case there will be more LOSERS than WINNERS with us specs. With the platforms many NOT guaranteeing stops, IF we get a 100-150 pip movement those stops will be blown thru and filled at BEST price. While the GAINS COULD be tremendous, the risks will also be VERY high. MOST should not trade IMO and those that do I would suggest LIGHTER possie sizes and enter STOPS and LIMIT at the same time you enter order NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

Syd EM 22:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
AUST RETAIL SALES Consensus is calling for a solid +1.2% rise over July, which is to be considered a very strong result after sales in June lept +2.1%, its highest rise in three years. Usually you would expect sales to fall by 1% or so after such a strong number, but with not all of the Govt's huge $2.2bn family benefits said to have been spent by the end of June, and personal tax cuts as well as "baby bonuses" only taking effect July 1st; tomorrow's data well risks to surprise on the strong side, with potential to see a further acceleration in trend growth. Data due Friday 1.03GMT.
reuters.

syd 21:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Big US retailer eyes Australia
The $US19 billion retailer Costco Wholesale Corp is believed to be stepping up its efforts to get a foothold in the local retail market.The report suggests industry sources believe Costco - which generates annual sales of $US42 billion ($60 billion) and has expressed an interest in Australia in the past - has established a senior management team to set up an Australian operation."Negotiations have commenced with prospective suppliers and the company has begun scouting out store sites in Sydney and Melbourne," the broker notes. "One source believes that Costco has already acquired at least one store site in Sydney."
SMH.

Dallas MD 21:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Call me crazy!

Bucharest Razvan 21:20 GMT September 2, 2004
MD: Now there's a wild assumption.. LOL

Bucharest Razvan 21:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nick: i have absolutely no opinion on any pair whatsoever and don't intend to have one until next week :) really.

romania nick 21:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
razvan,what is your opinion on cable at this level?

Bucharest Razvan 21:20 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
MD: Now there's a wild assumption.. LOL

Dallas MD 21:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
You are assuming that he is going accept the nomination.

Cape Town 21:16 GMT September 2, 2004
MD, let me go out on a limb....I'd make an assumption (more likely, 100% certainty) that Bush is going blow his horn irrespective of the amount of the payroll figures.

Cape Town 21:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
MD, let me go out on a limb....I'd make an assumption (more likely, 100% certainty) that Bush is going blow his horn irrespective of the amount of the payroll figures.

Bucharest Razvan 21:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Nick: Oh THAT BMFMS.. :) I just refer to it as sibiu.. I haven't put a single cent in BMFMS or BVB or RASDAQ and so help me I never will in those safehavens of insider trading..

Ldn: I'm really sick of how many times I've heard that BS about reflecting fundamentals from various leading speakers.. It should reflect fundamentals as opposed to what? technicals? speculative capital movements? what fundamentals is he reffering to anyway?

Dallas MD 21:08 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
The talk in the US is that President Bush has already been given the payroll figures and they're good. He may blow his horn in his acceptance speech tonight. I am finally up on my EUR/USD long (+18 pips) and am starting to think about taking my $ of the table. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Mauricio

romania nick 21:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
bursa monetar-financiara si de marfuri sibiu.haven t you heard or deal with it?it is the only one working with currency futures and options in romania.

Ldn 21:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dublin Flip no not asleep.
SANTIAGO Japanese Finance Minister Sadakazu Tanigaki told reporters on the sidelines of a two-day meeting of finance ministers from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum on Thursday
"Forex Moves Should Reflect Fundamentals"

Bucharest Razvan 20:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Closing positions in-the-money for +20/30 may work just fine, but I guess it really comes down to what R/R ratio you're willing to go for. Also, IF you try to limit drawdown on your overall history (which to me personally is a very good indicator of one's consistency as a trader), you'll have to filter out a lot of signals to remain with a few strong ones. If you do choose to go for 20-30 pips with a reasonable position size, IMHO you'd be better off with T-bills or CDs. The only option for a reasonable profit would be to overleverage a lot, thus increasing risk by many orders of magnitude.

Just my 2 cents.. :)

Btw, what's BMFMS?

romania nick 20:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
discipline is the key for success in this business.try to close positions with +20, 30 pips no matter where the big trend seems to be going.
I have been in currency futures and options(at BMFMS) business and that thing happened to me many times untill I realised greed is very wrong and costly!
How is it going?I try to survive:))

Bucharest Razvan 20:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hi nick

going well, i guess.. I hope I'll live through tommorow shock data though :) Greed got the better of me as I failed to close the spike yesterday for +60, knowing it would've been the safest bet. I may yet regret it.. :)

How's it going with you?

romania nick 20:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hi,razvan!how is it going?

Bucharest Razvan 20:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Here's a GREAT article with a very interesting method of analysis. It deals with polarization in currency markets.

http://www.iop.org/EJ/S/UNREG/BItnBUml5XJv3Lg5SvRDBw/article/1469-7688/3/5/604/QF35F2.pdf

I'd love to hear a comment on this strategy in particular, and portfolio diversification/hedging/whatever involving options in general..

happy trades

Rio 20:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I mean, I need the numbers of EXPECTED new jobs and the REAL new jobs each month.

SLC TJ 20:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Rio 20:06
Click on Get Detailed Statistics at the top and check nonfarm employment in the top section of the page you are taken to. GL

jkt-aye 20:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
try marketwatch.com, HIH

Rio 20:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks global view, but that link is for July detailed report. I want the numbers month by month of the last 12 months.

Global-View 19:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Rio, see http://stats.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm

Rio 19:55 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Where can I find the NFP data of each month in the last 12 months?

Thanks

Dallas MD 19:51 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
1.2645

QC Swap 19:35 GMT September 2, 2004
Dallas MD 19:09 GMT

What was you SL? I'm still got it short

Bon Tom 19:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I think the NFP its about 70-100K,and shorting the USD in the next 4-5 days,I think the 1,238 will print in the next 24h,let me ask you mates is really the USA need a strong USD?TIA

QC Swap 19:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas MD 19:09 GMT

What was you SL? I'm still got it short.

Dallas MD 19:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
My USD/CHF trade got stopped out! I have no luck with that pair. Going to stop trading it.

syd 18:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
AUD/NZD: NZ Manufacturers Concerned Over AUD/NZD Rate

CAIRO AG 18:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Alimin// As i previously said, may be am not right, BUT: i see E$ at 1.2131 may be by Asia, $Y at 109.75- 80 BEFORE REVERSING till tomorrow's news.....

As OIL MAN said before: tomorrow could turn tro a big MEGA COMBO GAP DAY !!!! ( i liked that statement )

GEP & OIL MAN: have a bit of problem on my MSN which i think will be solved in the next few hours...

GL & GT

GER ad 17:50 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
AUD/CAD,
out at 0.9044 (see martin 17:38 ...)

Gold Coast martin 17:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
TO ALL.....G/T and a good nite.......

Gold Coast martin 17:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin 14:58 GMT September 2, 2004
...should 6951 level give way than its all the way down to 6894 prior to data....g/t...aud

Above post still applies...g/t

Sydney Alimin 17:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
CAIRO AG 17:22 GMT September 2, 2004

the way i look at it, maybe not...save it till tomorrow

CAIRO AG 17:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Will E$ print 1.2131 low in the next few hours??

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nyc hawk 17:07 GMT September 2, 2004
I don't know why someone use my ID.
I dont want to change,because I have nice memory with Solo city as my born village.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 17:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Shorting Cable at 1.8240

nyc hawk 17:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
indonesia!
why not one of you clowns change your id?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 17:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
p.juice.
what's mean?

Texas gdn 17:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
He must have drunk too much indonesian p.juice.

nyc Joel 16:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
1.83 cable???? today????

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
tokyo.. this post is not from me..from my cloning.LOL
"Indonesia solo Raden mas 16:43 GMT September 2, 2004 "

tOkyo pmo 16:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raden,
Why you think cable is dangerous todaY?

SanFrancisco tg 16:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
dangerous?

Indonesia solo Raden mas 16:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ina co'z 16:35 GMT
Cable will get selling pressure again and will drop to 1.78xx and will cause emotional buyers to stop out.
Best option to side line. cable is dangerous to trade today.
It can see either 1.83 or 1.77 or both by tomorrow night

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:42 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ina co'z 16:35 GMT September 2, 2004

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:41 GMT September 2, 2004
your louhan need buyers come in gbp/usd, seem still not ideal if we say 1.7970 is start level ideally from 1.7824-1.7820. "biar tambah nonong kejedotnya"...my joke



Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
your louhan need buyers come in gbp/usd, seem still not ideal if we say 1.7970 is start level ideally from 1.7824-1.7820. "biar tambah nonong kejedotnya"...my joke

CAIRO AG 16:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ALSO, WATCH $CAD at 1.2980 .... IF IT BREACHES... that was a DAILY AND WEEKLY SUPPORT.

Ina co'z 16:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
How about Cable Raden Mas ?
seen 1.7905 is good level for long.

CAIRO AG 16:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
IMO, which OF COURSE COULD BE WRONG:

GBPYEN has hit the trendline from last MAY at 195.40 and LONGED 80 pips in 2 hours.... IF ANYTHING will long FOR NOW till tomorrow news than it will be the $Y or Cable.... i wouldnt go that E$ will long MUCH cause already the cross eurgbp is already stretched.

For Aussie, i dont see it crossing 0.7015 AGAIN IN THE NEAR TERM, unless with FUNDEMENTALS HELP especially after the STRONG BREACH of 0.7007 TODAY.

GL & GT for EVERYONE

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/chf move down from 1.2637..I think 1.2659 still valid.

Indonesia solo Raden mas 16:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Euro/jpy have confirmed to get 134.86 or 135.15
buy !!

QC Swap 16:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
from my understanding it means

For What It's Worth

romania nick 16:30 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
excuse me,SWAP.what means FWIW?
thanx

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:30 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/jpy have confirmed to get 109.86 or 110.15
buy !!

Dublin Flip 16:29 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ldn is Tanigaki on holiday's in Spain or is he talking in his sleep again-LOL

Dallas MD 16:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
To Infinity & Beyond!

QC Swap 16:26 GMT September 2, 2004
Dallas MD 16:16 GMT
FWIW
I'm holding the same pos.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd have touch 1.2149 as good level buy with stp 1.2130 to get 1.2231 or 1.2290
also gold have touch 406.20 to get 414.00 again with stp 405.00.
see all my entry level today.

QC Swap 16:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas MD 16:16 GMT
FWIW
I'm holding the same pos.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 16:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
warning..
I hope to exit your sell aud/usd now, because have get support number at 0.6945. I am worry from here will move up in weekly oscilation to get 0.7485-0.7538. buy with stop loss if show you 0.6930 for target profit more thann 300 pips from now. Now is on the longterm support(strong !!)

Dallas MD 16:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Here are my present positions FWIW.

Short USD/CHF @ 1.2612 TGT 1.2479 STP 1.2645
Long EUR/USD @ 1.2168 TGT 1.2279 STP 1.2141

Any thoughts will be appreciated.

Mauricio

Ldn 16:14 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Yen longs may suffer in Asia if he keeps the mantra up

Ldn 16:08 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Japan Tanigaki: Forex Moves Should Reflect Fundamentals -- a mild threat

Ldn 16:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Japan Tanigaki: China Taking Appropriate Econ Steps

Sydney Alimin 16:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA fxnew 15:56 GMT September 2, 2004

i dont think so mate

LA fxnew 15:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
will cable test 1.8000 within 3 hours?
any comment?

Gold Coast martin 15:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC,,,,JK...not if you live in australia ....closest place to get a present from santa is the south pole...lol///g/t

Brampton AAR 15:47 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   

Hello Traders,

Appreciate your thoughts on a USD/CAD long at this point - 1.3001

tia

Arshad

Ldn 15:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk I see your still a believer ( me too)

Goes (NL) B747 15:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Alimin 15:33 GMT September 2, 2004

not yet


gt

nyc jk 15:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Martin, Santa is at the North pole, hope that isn't a Freudian slip lol.

van Gecko 15:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
virtual stenchs knows no bounds.. even up here in cyberspace..lol

NYC PCM 15:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

Looks like a head and shoulders pattern over last few days since we started this consolidation.

What do you all think?

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 15:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Next turn...maybe 402
I think Wants to go back to 410

Ldn 15:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Russian oil giant Yukos says a new court order could force it to halt production BBC breaking news

Sydney Alimin 15:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 15:28 GMT September 2, 2004

ups, someone mentioned the magic word ;) does that give u a clue for tomorrow?

Ldn 15:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Crude Futures In NY Top $45 On Iraq, Russia

Gold Coast martin 15:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC PCM 15:28 GMT September 2, 2004
Thats the beauty of forex...patience and when the euro is going to meet santa at the south pole the feeling will be better than the reward....good trades....

Pecs Andras 15:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 15:28 GMT September 2, 2004
Great trades, mate, hats off

NYC PCM 15:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Sydney almin

Yes - that 12170 is getting really boring. Huge black hole pulling us back from both directions.

Goes (NL) B747 15:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC YIPPEE 15:22 GMT September 2, 2004

thank you, you must be happy with me.

gt

wisconsin tim 15:27 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
if that OBL rumor turns out true what would be the total bounties owed to pakistan?

Budapest Daniel 15:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
thanks guys

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 15:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
when is this anoucment?

Sydney Alimin 15:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC PCM 14:48 GMT September 2, 2004

i think this is it for today, would be a surprise to break either side...looks like we are back to the infamous 1.2170 :)

van Gecko 15:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dollar/Canada is casting an early "merry go south vote for the Dollar" with a pending 3rd weekly test of the crucial 1.2950 support.. 3 strikes & lights out?
the the poor double crossed Aussi Kangaroo should start hopping behind the speeding Goose to correct this near term abnormality between the comdy twins in their long term race to Parity..
cheers ab..

Pecs Andras 15:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 15:18 GMT September 2, 2004
The other day you asked about real time announcements.
Well, it seems that the only good free source is CNBC tv. If you have UPC or UPC Direct, you should be able to get it in Budapest

Chicago Irish 15:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
If OBL is in the bag (which I doubt) then we can expect that announcement in late Oct.Note at the convention that Republicans studiously avoided mentioning his name,because that would remind everyone it been 3 years and he's still at large and that is a notable failure of the current admin.

GA TJ 15:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Budapest Daniel 15:18 GMT September 2, 2004
Pres Bush acceptance speech will be around 1000 NY which I think would be 1400 gmt

bahrain gd 15:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
bush speech at 0200hrs gmt friday.

NYC YIPPEE 15:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 15:19 GMT September 2, 2004
YAWN......................................................

Goes (NL) B747 15:19 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
closed all postions related to JPY:

GBP/JPY @ 195.60
USD/JPY @ 109.30
EUR/JPY @ 132.95
all positions taken three weeks ago as some of you around know!.

1'460 pips in total

gt

Budapest Daniel 15:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
when will the Bush speech take place?

bombay a 15:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
what time is the bush speech ?????? anyone please

nyc jk 15:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 14:33 GMT September 2, 2004
the Sep 30 OBL contracts on Tradesports offered at 8.5, anyone who really believes the conspiracy theory can scoop them there and get settled at 100 tomorrow for a nice little gain of 10 times your money in one day!

Ldn 15:14 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Pipeline Near Kirkuk blown up - Iraq General CNBC

Sydney Alimin 15:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
they must be very brave, at this moment, i would just leave it as it is and wait for NFP

wisconsin tim 15:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
well this is interesting ... just came over my platform and probably old news to some here ...

There is speculation that the Republicans could announce the capture of Bin Laden at today's convention, with this coming the day of the Bush address. There are unconfirmed reports doing the rounds that Pakistan officials captured the Al Qaeda chief up to 4 weeks ago, but have been holding back the information so as to allow an announcement to coincide with the Bush speech. As noted this is all unconfirmed, and on previous history Bin Laden rumours have tended to be well wide of the mark, however the speculation could add a slightly better bid tone to the Dollar into the Bush comments.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 15:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Something has to crash someplace...this insaine...System just did one more Eur/Aus Short..

Brisbane L 15:08 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
there are rumors Mid-East buying Euro on Dips again

nyc jk 15:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
actually stop at 50 on that.

Bribane L 15:05 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Covered Short Aud 6950 happy with that. looking for a bounce later NY close

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 15:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Eur/Aus...Just did one more!

nyc jk 15:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
from gvi- nyc jk 14:57 GMT September 2, 2004
covered short aud @ .6958
went long $/CAD 1.2989 with a 60 stop.....

special for you ab

hk ab lazy 15:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
fwiw, aud/jpy just broke another barrier 76.

hk ab lazy 14:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
but if we see .6825 today, that could be a real bottom.

hk ab lazy 14:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
play aud is playing fire, imvho.

hk ab lazy 14:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Jim// I don't add but holding.

For the stop, I think I will use my profit made few days ago as a collective stop.

GER ad 14:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Long AUD/CAD at 0.9035

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 14:54 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
so far my system bought 3 Aus/Cad and and sold 3 Eur/Aus

Bruxville Jim 14:54 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ab, do you have stops for those caddies? or do you still keep adding 100k per 5p all the way down?

Sydney Alimin 14:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC PCM 14:48 GMT September 2, 2004

it is under pressure from eur/jpy as well i think

hk ab lazy 14:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
but the huge number on dlr/cad contracts is worrying.

NYC PCM 14:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Sydney Alimin

EUR/USD

It's having a hard time rallying off support at the prior day low. We may see it break. If I was a bull on the euro I'd be getting pretty disillusioned and nervous now.

hk ab lazy 14:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
L//Another card is that long term xxx/cad are also unwinding at the moment together with the xxx/jpy.

Brisbane L 14:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy US data the wild card .

hk ab lazy 14:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thus, the only currency worth holding is yen... probably.

hk ab lazy 14:30 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
L//This may conclude agian what I am thinking.....

hk ab lazy 23:32 GMT August 9, 2004
Sydney, if you scroll back aud/jpy chart and know where those japs start to buy up their favourite little bird aud/jpy, you will see now we are still under the broad SHS in weekly, unless a clean break and close above 80.30, we are still under this scenario.
With US and China demands slowing, the yield differential will become the ONLY support to current aud price.
And don't forget that japs are very good at crazy selling and buying, esp. when Sept repatriation is approaching.

Sydney Alimin 14:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYC PCM 14:08 GMT September 2, 2004

would be nice to see euro breaks yesterday's low, but i doubt it....maybe they want to save it till tomorrow...but i could be wrong

hk ab lazy 14:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
L//thanks.
But I think aud election just affects aud badly like in the past experience.
But look, the nzd can't just let go its friend alone now.

Bribane L 14:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy market may not want to be too long the USD pre Data tomorrow also retail sales out in Aus tomorrow and said to be on the very strong side.. Election or not RBA meeting next Tuesday.

hk ab lazy 14:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
gecko//imvho,
aud and nzd must show some sort of 150-200 pips fast hrly downmove before a bottom is found. The slow etching downmove gets precipitious.

I will be there if such move mentioned is seen.

Livingston nh 14:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Buying USD/CAd at 1.3025 for another run to the 55 da ma - maybe a breakthrough this time

Sydney Alimin 14:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
when is bush's speech? is it on now?

NYC PCM 14:08 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

Well if we break the low of yesterday then I say the minor cycle has definetly peaked and we're now on the way down into the next projected low which is due in about 3 weeks

Roumeli anka 14:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Tim... Im talking for a bounce today til tomorrow

Livingston nh 14:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
KS - factory orders in a minute (14 GMT) - only thing at 2 GMT might be Pres Bush speech

Cairo KS 14:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Bruxville , you r correct,sorry about that !!

What's of importance to be released today though ?

Ldn 14:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Demand for U.S. factory goods surged during July, surpassing expectations as orders accelerated for aircraft and for capital goods.
Factory-goods orders rose by 1.3%, following an upwardly revised 1.2% advance in June, the Commerce Department said Thursday. June orders were originally estimated as rising 0.7%.

Swidnica/Poland profi-forex 14:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Factory Orders +1,3%

Cairo KS 13:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Livingston,

Posted 9/1/2004 8:50:00 AM

[FOCUS COMMENT: PMIS GRINDING DOWN A GEAR] as the Eurozone PMI follow the trend elsewhere and move lower in Aug to a 5-month low. However, with the US also downshifting, the impact on Eurozone/US relatives is insufficient to give any real direction to Eur-Usd - US Aug ISM released (14.00GMT) is also expected to slipback. See page

dated 1st of Septembet,so i was wrong! this was about yesterday's!!

Anything released today ? I swear i read something about 2 GMT !!! ??

Ldn 13:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
AUD/USD: Cross Selling Weighs

wisconsin tim 13:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Roumeli anka
GBP - could be the break of the daily SHS which would target ~1.7500 we'll know more tomorrow ;)

Bruxville Jim 13:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Cairo, you must be lost in the calendar... lol
see 13:18

boulder dat 13:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Livingston...

Yes, the ISM services is coming out 10am Eastern.

st. pete islander 13:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
OMIL, it appears that this monster is going to do a number on us. Be safe and bug out if you can. No need for a close look at Frances. To all those in FL, take good care. gl

Livingston nh 13:55 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I think the ISM is tomorrow at 10 am est

Cairo KS 13:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Yup! 2 GMT US ISM will be released and expected to slip back,now i am sure! Re-read it again in the news

Roumeli anka 13:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Alimin, gbp forming this broadering bottom someone mentioned few days ago. I think its a good buy when it makes a new low at 17820-17830

nyc jk 13:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
thanks OMIL, and best wishes for you and the rest of the Floridians, hope you don't get it too bad.

Sydney Alimin 13:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
B747: what do you think of euro tomorrow if we are still trading at current level going into NFP? gbp is very tempting to go long i have to admit

houston st 13:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   

OMIL -- yes, take care and be safe....that goes for all the Floridians here in the forum...hope this monster storm losses its strength quickly...gl/gt.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thank you TarHeel I will probably be out for most of Friday and Saturday good luck to you on Friday.

Calabash TarHeel 13:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL

Hope you are getting ready down there. Thinking of all you guys in Fla. Batten down and good luck in the coming 36 hrs.

SanFrancisco tg 13:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
long $yen from 29

Gold Coast martin 13:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin 14:21 GMT September 1, 2004
....limit 6515 if you trading just for today or a limit of 6461 if you are trading before NFP DATA release friday.....

Above post still applies for NZD......g/t

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I am sorry the pair I was commenting about was eur/usd pair.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 13:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I am not expecting any major moves today as we come down to the last day and the traders jockey for position to what might turn out to be a surprise number for the NFP tomorrow. The break of 1.2120-30 will signal a move to test the bottom (1.1940-50) for now we shall see then how serious the bears are to testing the lows set back in April of this year. The break of 1.2225-35 will also signal a move by the bulls and will probably try to test the upper top of the pennant (1.2330-50) on my charts. I am thinking down the line of bullish at this moment but the NFP data will probably decide the outcome IMHO. If hurricane Charley did change the numbers expected then I wonder what this monster of a hurricane will do when it hits Florida? Now is looking like % favor hurricane Frances will hit south to central Florida not sure exactly where yet. Two category 4 hurricanes have never hit the United States in one year let alone the same state. Florida is in for a rough time coming up. I am hoping for the best and will have to settle on the outcome. GL GT

Sydney Alimin 13:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
guys, ideally i thought euro would be traded around 1.2090-1.2120 into NFP just like aud and gbp retreating, but dont know why the euro traders have so much confidence in euro against usd and still hold their long positions since monday? any opinions?

Va Raven 13:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Cheers, NH, always appreciate your insights.

Goes (NL) B747 13:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
FloridA vv 13:18 GMT September 2, 2004

imo, 1% and above as the service I use were wrong two times today...they call for 1% and 0% successful call is too low even for them :-)

gt

Sofia Milen 13:20 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA/I hope you sold cable.

FloridA vv 13:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Coming DATA

9/2/2004 10:00:00 AM US Jul Factory Orders 0.8% 0.7%

Might be a surprise. Anything above 0.8 will give a good move

GT

Lisbon eufx 13:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
indonesia solo...Raden
few hours later you say that eur/usd will go up but till now see nothing and it began too go down?

Cairo KS 13:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Lisbon,

I think i read somewhere 2 GMT but now i cannot remmeber where and since i read stuff everyday ,i really need someone to confirm it or correct me,i am searching myself to try to make sure with no luck !!!

Sydney Alimin 13:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 13:00 GMT September 2, 2004

interesting to watch gbp's and aud's levels though, maybe they are positioned today for the upside tomorrow, unless you can see that gbp and aud are heading lower tomorrow

gbp to me is very close to buy zone though...i would buy it if not because of NFP tomorrow

Lisbon eueu 13:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
when shall the economic data of this day will be released?eur/usd

Sydney Alimin 13:08 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 13:00 GMT September 2, 2004

that's a tough one to say, last time NFP destroyed my bearish euro under 1.2090-1.2110 view, but this time market is more prepared for the bad case scenario and we have the opposite here, euro is climbing before NFP
i will be sideline tomorrow, or if i decide to trade i think straddling might work

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 13:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
danger level for eur/usd is 1.2184-1.2149, so usd/chf ideally move down from 1.2637 or 1.2659.
also usd/jpy I suspect will get 109.86 before down after show me 109.54.

nyc jk 13:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
fine ab, well it's there if you want it for next week if it quiets down, otherwise will have to be on the forum then. well thanks for following up on the GBP, I credit you for that. you may be right about the GBP, but NFP figures tom will be the key obviously. I will be long $ going into the numbers, but with not heavy position size in case of a downside surprise. gl

Livingston nh 13:05 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raven - didn't even bother this week to put a number together - things I watch have been so far off last few months I can't even guess - my average miss is about 130 thous

NYC PCM 13:05 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

Well we had basically negative US economic news yesterday and the $ faild to drop. We've had bad initial claims and the $'s dropping.

I take this to confirm that the cyclical picture has shifted back to bearish.

van Gecko 13:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
levels from here down to Aud .6950 & Nzd .6450 if seen are good buys for pikers & positional players.. these rare inter-market abberations induced levels may not be seen again after this week.. fwiw..

Cairo KS 13:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Seems like it PAR,when the is he gonna finish his speach anyways ? :-/ LOL

Goes (NL) B747 13:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Good afternoon Alimin,

What you think about the missing ‘cent’ scenario, suppose markets will trade @ 1.21xx tomorrow before NFP data and than we should see 1.19xx or 1.23xx ???

Let me know your opinion about this possibility.


gt

hk ab lazy 12:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
trailed half of the nzd shorts around 6528, that's it.

PAR 12:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
As long as Trichet is talking EURO will go down because he speaks inconsistent.

SanFrancisco tg 12:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Have made money shorting euro from just above 70, buying $yen from just under 109.40, and shorting $chf from just under 2600 today and will play those areas until a little later when the parameter might shift. Just saying what has worked for me today.

hk ab lazy 12:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
A wise respected mentor post here before.... after dlr/cad strength, next m/t usd bull cycle starts. don't know whether it will be valid now.

kicked in one more at 1.3005, now no more adding but holding.

hk ab lazy 12:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Jim// 5, typo.

hk ab lazy 12:55 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
jk//it may take some time to resolve. right now, I only want to focus.
If you see the aud moves these 2 days, you can understand the risk.

Yes, gbp long was in bad. but have only got a small long 1.82 there and it is well compensated by other trades made. + I think gbp s/t bottom is close, I can even add after the gb/jp stabilized...

Sydney Alimin 12:54 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
it's interesting to watch euro's 5 min chart now, very nervous, up and down with no clear direction....gbp keeps going down though, aud is also down, but what holds this euro up?

Bruxville Jim 12:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy 12:22 GMT September 2, 2004
same strategy was applied on dlr/cad relong @ 1.3050 for every 50 pips lower. // or your famous 5 pips?

Va Raven 12:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Morning, NH, what's your guess then?

nyc jk 12:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy 12:30 GMT September 2, 2004
jk//if you want to start, do it with email instead of taking up space.

ab - have emailed Jay giving him permission to pass my email to you if you are serious about this.

Goes (NL) B747 12:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
looks like markets know something Trichet does not know...higher EU growth forecasts and markets turn him down.

looks like golden fishes must take a hide.

gt

Livingston nh 12:51 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
The last two weeks of employment claims have shown a cumulative 85000 drop in the total continuing unemployment claims - this spans the August employment survey period and may indicate a continuation of the decline in long term unemployment level - this would suggest the unemployment rate tomorrow may show a larger than expected drop and, if these folks were hired (and not just run out of benefits), than it may also bode well for the NFP figure

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:50 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA fxnew 12:09 GMT September 2, 2004
ok. I will flat now.thanks
back to my archieve.

hk ab lazy 12:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nzd starts now, dlr/cad is still under work, has only collected 9 lots this time.

Calabash TarHeel 12:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy

Ab, post away. You have as much right as anyone one else on this forum.

Bruxville Jim 12:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747 12:43 GMT // I accidently fell asleep while listening to Trichet on Bloomberg Tv... lol
However, his Frenglish language was outstanding...

melbourne farmacia 12:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA fxnew - gbp/usd 1.8001 - 1.7834 traded it mate.

Ldn 12:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy dont start

Goes (NL) B747 12:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Trichet talks, looks EUR bullish for today.

gt

romania ib 12:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
raden mas:please let me know if you usually are doing day trading or swing.asked because i'm a begginer balancing between these two styles.

Ldn 12:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
big increase was unexpected, but may be a lagged response to hurricane Charley.Two Women, At Least 2 Children Freed From Russian School

Cairo KS 12:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Indonesia,

I have been there,ALTHOUGH your observation is correct but this pattern at some time will break,and when it breaks you can be very happy or very sad,so you cannot only depend on that cause i have always been lucky enough to enter on the break cycle and always against the current ! and if it hits 54 that's definately a BREAK , lots of orders at 50 and JPY will go stronger,so now is no time to sell the cross imho

hk ab lazy 12:42 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
This dlr/jpy supporting will be revenged on crosses.
747//thanks for a special 6th Sept date.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/chf
if touch 1.2604..sell ! stp if show you 1.2614.

Sofia Milen 12:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA/DOWN.

PAR 12:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Fed buying dollar for BOJ ?

hk ab lazy 12:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
any good trading ideas become worthless with this gvi's standard.

People were going with flows info, T.A. but seems it's all blocked first by the massive reverted newswire and then, a group who really don't understand what they are doing.

Jay, sorry, as written in my email yesterday......

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/jpy when touch 109.48 and then down.
sell with stp if show you 109.54.

HK Duckie 12:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Is there a forum where ab and I can chit chat about chickens and ducks?

LA fxnew 12:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
guys .... cable is moving up or down ?

thanks?

NYC PCM 12:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

Well that news should have been bad for the $ (number worse than expectations), but no.........

nyc jk 12:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ab - I posted a EUR trade the other day, still holding position. its traded more or less in a 50 pip range since then so I don't feel a need to crap on about it every day until it starts to move. fine then, so you want to exchange emails via jay then?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
LA fxnew 12:09 GMT September 2, 2004
see my archieve today, but for short term trade, I think 1.7905 is good for entry to get 1.7963-75

christchurch cam 12:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
362k jobless

Swidnica/Poland profi-forex 12:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Initial Claims 362k

eur lg 12:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
362k claims
Hurrican responsible for a little less than half the rise.

Milan LM 12:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
jobless 362
prod 2.5

hk ab lazy 12:30 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
jk//if you want to start, do it with email instead of taking up space.

A short note to you: I never deny my 1.82 long.

I trades both ways on USD, long gbp, short dlr/jpy and short eur, long cad, short aud.

BUT YOU ARE NOT THE ONE THAT I NEED TO FLIRT WITH.
enjoying my trades is none of your business at all.

Have a nice roller coaster. And if you can, try to post some trades, instead of barking d/n.

bombay a 12:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
what are the us initial claims anyone?????

nyc jk 12:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 01:12 GMT August 31, 2004
jf//fwiw, collecting eur/jpy shorts hard here and eur shorts.
keeping dlr/cad longs and nzd shorts.

if you don't have an AUD position, why do you waste so much forum space talking about it?

what happened to GBP long from 1.82 btw, you have a policy to only follow up on winning trades?

Cairo KS 12:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
What news affecting EUR/USD are expected today ?

I know of the payroll tomorrow and the press conference at 2 GMT , any other ?

hk ab lazy 12:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I have only got one hope now.
The chf strength makes the tone very uneasy.... every time when this is seen, a certain kind of terrorist attack seems to be promised....

lives lives.....

Gold Coast martin 12:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy 12:23 GMT September 2, 2004
'PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE"...as posted before...good things come to those who wait...g/t

Gold Coast martin 12:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Vilnius NM 12:18 GMT September 2, 2004
LOL...must be a GREEK pair...beware.....g/t

hk ab lazy 12:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
martin//hopes the nzd move comes earlier than later.

hk ab lazy 12:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
same strategy was applied on dlr/cad relong @ 1.3050 for every 50 pips lower.

Sydney Alimin 12:20 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
gbp and aud have gone down, but euro is one tough customer, maybe it just wants to go up

hk ab 12:20 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hk ab lazy 21:38 GMT August 24, 2004
btw, the aud/jpy weekly looks extremely ugly... right shoulder can't pass the left shoulder.... broader shs pattern will send it to 65 area!

hk ab 08:30 GMT September 1, 2004
aud goes to horror till election ends.....

FWIW, I don't mind to buy at 0.6666666

Vilnius NM 12:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
grr.
aud/cad is taking me from behind.

would be about time to reverse

Cairo KS 12:17 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I see lots of buying interest in EUR/USD

it is really hard to tell at the moment,but chances seem equal for a break up as well as a break down,and from the trading,i say it looks like it will see 1.22 again today

hk ab lazy 12:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
spots on the aud/nzd inability to pass this 1.07 and eur/gbp .68 comfortably.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
TelAviv DOR 10:34 GMT September 2, 2004
yes ..I agree with GVO .(LOL)because I gave view buy eur/usd and gbp/usd and then price move down.Although like this I still keep buy eur/usd and buy gbp/usd until 1.7831-24 show me. good for add buy possie to hope about 1.8163-87

hk ab lazy 12:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
who are still interested in long aud and long gbp/chf now?.....

LA fxnew 12:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
raden:
what is your entry point for gbp/usd and target?
thanks

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 12:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
friends.. aud/usd have touched 0.6978, maybe move up from here. buy with stp 0.6960 for tgt 0.7027 and try cut reverse there.

Goes (NL) B747 12:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
USD/JPY & GBP/JPY looks like 'space invaders' (Atari version)
USD & GBP shooting the invaders :-)

gt

paris jb 12:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GEP dont tell me lol...

sar jf 12:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
10 pips - u may have got on the wrong side of that trend earlier

Dallas GEP 12:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
JB, isn't it always that way lately??? LOL

paris jb 12:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 11:36 GMT

hi mate, a little bit too early no?

Dublin Flip 12:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
4 MORE WARS, 4 MORE WARS-LOL

PAR 11:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
4 MORE YEARS - 4 MORE YEARS

ln 11:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
PAR 11:48 GMT. do you have a time on that scenario? or is it another one to put on the x-file shelf?

QC Swap 11:54 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Closed my USD/CHF long overnight, for small pips

Pecs Andras 11:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Guys
I did not know that CNBC tv was so good. They announced the rrate decision 5 seconds after 11:45, so it is real time.
Wonder if they will do it again tomorrow...

Ldn 11:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
The response of Treasury yields and futures to Wed's weak data was "somewhat complacent," says censored. Suggests bad news is already priced in, and advises against extending USD shorts before payrolls. Consensus or above number will send yields sharply higher "with attendant benefits for USD," censored adds

Reuters

Bribane L 11:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Rio Nichol Elliot from Mizuho bank is very Bearish USD at present

MLAPH JUM 11:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Friends, what time will bush speak in the convention? thanks.

PAR 11:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Point is that the Euro will be replaced by chocolat like the former Reichmark if we continue like that. Hope you sold your Euros.i

Goes (NL) B747 11:48 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
more 45mins and Trichet will talk...some people got a job that requires a speech even if there is nothin to say :-)

gt

Calabash TarHeel 11:47 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Fwiw. Bush is a sitting president in a very close re-election campaign. For him this is a four year position, not a monthly outlook. He needs to come out of this convention with all the steam he can muster, every vote counts, rally the troops. I see no way he can be anything but overly optomistic regarding the economy and jobs. IMO

GVI john 11:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ECB unchanged. expected

Pecs Andras 11:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ECb unch

ln 11:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin 11:24. what was the leak for the unrevised data?

ln 11:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
PAR 11:40 GMT. what is your point. always making silly remarks about things that dont matter. if it does not impact my p&l today then i dont want to know. go to the help page if you want to chat about other things.

San Diego Devi 11:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NYPCM,
EUR/USD
The 4 hour chart shows the MACD is still pointing upwards and also cycle momentum, my 2 cents is that the probability of it moving higher is more favored than the downside after this consolidation.

Gold Coast martin 11:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
PECS....hope you still have your NZD SHORT ...it will look after you better than it is currently...g/t

PAR 11:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Too low interest are hurting internal european demand, hence after creating a huge internal market everybody looks at exports. Surrealistic.

Dallas GEP 11:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Closed 109.30 usd/jpy shorts (possie sucks!!! LOL) at 109.38 for -8. Still have eur/gbp shorts

Roumeli anka 11:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
11245=12145

Roumeli anka 11:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
The borders of this consolidation are 11245 and 12225. The mid point is 12185, 50% correction of the larger range 12382-11988 as well.

Goes (NL) B747 11:29 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 11:19 GMT September 2, 2004

you raised a good point; we must pay full attention to "will improve" "improving" "having hard times" had hard times" " I " " we "

reading/hearing his speach right worth 200-300 pips within the next three sessions.

gt

Rio 11:27 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
There are AT for all tastes and positions...

See this comment from Mizuho Corporate Bank:

EUR
Comment: Sharp intra-day moves in a relatively narrow range suggest the Euro is trying to break away from current levels. For today expect yet more consolidation between 1.2140 and 1.2235. If not today then late Friday a sustained break above 1.2200 targets 1.2300.

Strategy: Buy at 1.2180, adding to 1.2145; stop below 1.2040. Add to longs on a sustained break above 1.2235 for 1.2300 to cover half and 1.2450 to cover the other half.
Thursday, September 2, 2004 7:54 GMT
Daily Report

NYC PCM 11:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD

The 12170 area.

I've noticed that certain areas will be considered important by the market. somtimes this means they act as "instant" bounce back support resistance lines in the sand. Somethimes however they act like "gravity wells" - pulling price back towards themselves like a black hole attracting matter.

In addition an area like this may change from being support resistance to being gravity well or visa versa, either way it's worth watching them.

nyc jk 11:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
fair enough Alimin. well we should move away from it soon, if not today then tom. gl

Gold Coast martin 11:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 11:19 GMT September 2, 2004
There have been rumours in ny all week about the figures been "massaged" as well as a leak of the unrevised figures...any sudden move to either side will be a signal prior to NFP release....g/t

Sydney Alimin 11:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 11:19 GMT September 2, 2004

it is already a clue isn't it? overly optimistic speech should make it suspicious

Kaunas DP 11:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
cable is looking for sell off...?

Dublin Flip 11:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
blast heard, smoke above Russian seige school

Sydney Alimin 11:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 11:14 GMT September 2, 2004

it is important thus far, it is not forever though....if it is not important why do we keep coming back to it then? it is the middle point of the tugging between buyers and sellers at least for these few days

Pecs Andras 11:19 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Just heard that by tonight Bush will know the payrolls data when he delivers his speech to the convention.
Trouble is that he will surely deliver a very optimistic speech even if the data are disappointing, so we will not get a clue

NYC PCM 11:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Morning all

EUR/USD

Well at the risk of sounding like a worn out record............this consolidation area we've been in since around midday of the 31st should break to the downside. I find it hard to see it breaking to upside:

1) Most cycles pointing down (we came out of a minor cycle bottom last weekend).
2) As of today my MACD's are now all pointing down including key 288 minute.
3) We had 2 "head fake" breaks to upside yesterday both of which were slapped back down very fast.

All in all this action reminds me very strongly of the action we had between the 13th and the 20th - a consolidation from an upward move with numerous failed attempts to break to upside.

We'll see. Id' be interested in hearing any solid TA arguments against this analysis.

nyc jk 11:14 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Alimin - just curious why you reckon the 1.2170 level is so important? we have been up and down through that level all week.....seems the more important ones at the moment are 45/50 on the downside and 1.2220 ish on the topside?

Sydney Alimin 11:10 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
well back from dinner and still we are hovering around 1.2170 euro, only a close below 1.2170 will make it bearish again...that's for me at least
i am not bullish yet either as we still need to see tomorrow's NFP and failure to regain 1.22 doesnt help either

Ldn 10:42 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold futures are close to giving investors a chart sell signal. This will be triggered on a fall through Wednesday's $409
Terrorist attack fears helped EUR/USD to spike above 1.2200 Wed but don't expect anything else to stage a repeat of that Thu. ABN-Amro

Chicago Goofy 10:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks, LG.
I would one more scenario for tomorrow us open:
Eur: 1.2100
JPY: 110.20

Gold Coast martin 10:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
unless someone uses a can of pepper spray again 12220 for euro tonite is just a distant memory....g/t

Ldn 10:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD retains a bear bias and further weakness is likely to follow current corrective bounce
JP Morgan

TelAviv DOR 10:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
now , when the recommendations are to buy EU/$,GBP/$ - the market on the opposite direction . should we call it GVO indicator?

eur lg 10:27 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goofy amongst other factors is the fact that there has been a large amount of euro government debt issued this week that has been met with decent foreign demand. This is one of the things I guess that has given the euro some support this week. Barring other events euro crosses might correct a bit next week.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/jpy
109.71 stp 110.00 (major) 108.58 stp 108.45 (major)
109.86 stp 110.00 (major) 108.27 stp 107.90 (major)
108.03 stp 107.90 (major)
107.55 stp 107.30 (major)
gold
Level sell : Level buy :
414.00 stp 415.00 (major) 400.00 stp 399.00 (major)
417.55 stp 421.00 (major) 406.50 stp 405.00 (major)
419.60 stp 421.00(major) 406.20 stp 405.00 (major)
428.20 stp 429.50 (extreme) 395.50 stp 394.00 (major)
434.30 stp 436.00 (extreme) 392.20 stp 391.00 (extreme)

Sofia Milen 10:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Yestarday euro Hi..1.2220 shows me that tg=1.1760 is not forgotten.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
usd/chf
Level Sell : Level buy :
1.2659 stp 1.2690 (major) 1.2571 stp 1.2565(minor)
1.2665 stp 1.2690 (major) 1.2553 stp 1.2500(major)
1.2682 stp 1.2690 (major) 1.2533 stp 1.2500(major)
1.2636 stp 1.2645 (minor) 1.2512 stp 1.2500(major)
1.2437 stp 1.2420 (extreme)

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Aud/usd
Level Sell : Level Buy :
0.7050 stp 0.7065 (major) 0.7978 stp 0.6960 (major)
0.7093 stp 0.7105 (minor) 0.6945 stp 0.6930 (major)
0.7134 stp 0.7250 (major)
0.7200 stp 0.7210 (major)
0.7218 stp 0.7245 (major)
0.7234 stp 0.7245 (major)
0.7274 stp 0.7295 (extreme)
0.7283 stp 0.7295 (extreme)

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd
Level sell : Level buy :
1.2213 stp 1.2220 (minor) 1.2184 stp 1.2130 (minor)
1.2230 stp 1.2245 (major) 1.2169 stp 1.2130 (minor)
1.2290 stp 1.2315 (major) 1.2149 stp 1.2130 (major)
1.2307 stp 1.2315 (major) 1.2062 stp 1.2045 (major)
1.2383 stp 1.2400 (extreme) 1.2030 stp 1.2020 (major)

Chicago Goofy 10:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Wat keeps Eur so high while all other non-euro USD pairs are at Monday`s level? Any thoughts? Thanks.

Dublin Flip 10:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
kl BTW I'm not giving you a day view there but then you really shouldn't bother with ozzie as a day trading instrument when Cable of Euro give more opportunties than ol Ozz.

Tehran 10:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I agree with your information on GBP solo

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Los Angeles ss 10:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raden Mas -- thanks for the info on GBP.

Dublin Flip 10:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
68/73 the last 4 1/2 months (i.e. 7050 is mid point) sorry

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 10:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd
up move pattern to get 1.8329-1.8361 still valid to be hoped except 1.7855 be broken. On the way to get 1.8329-1.8361 will meet resistant : 1.8063(minor),1.8134(major),1.8163(major),1.8187(major) and 1.8229 (major). Level 1.7963 give you probability to move on the oscilation until 1.79356, but if show you 1.7966 mean give you signal will go to 1.8007 as the top minor. Level 1.8007 have probability to push until 1.7963 again but if show you 1.8015 that's mean up move target is 1.8034 adn this level potential to push again until 1.7886-1.7980 area as the corection wave. If 1.8034 be broken and show you 1.8045..that's mean welcme to 1.8163-1.8183. Be carefull with this abnd because able to invite sellers. If up movement only catch 1.8175, possibility will go to 1.8008 or 1.7963 again, but if selling action come after touch 1.8187 or 1.8228, possibility only go down to 1.7099 as the corection wave before go up to catch top band extreme 1.8329-1.8361 before get selling action with big scale.
Level Sell : Level buy :
1.8063 stp 1.8075 (minor) 1. 7831 stp 1.7815 (major)
1.8134 stp 1.8145 (major) 1.7824 stp 1.7815 (major)
1.8163 stp 1.8200 (major) 1.7755 stp 1.7735 (major)
1.8187 stp 1.8200 (major)
1.8228 stp 1.8240 (major)
1.8329 stp 1.8340 (major)
1.8361 stp 1.8375 (major)

Dublin Flip 10:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Not really kl. Most seem still on the rate differential narrowing, political uncertainty blah blah blah wavelength so if anything I'd say the opposite. I actually think the ozz has over-compenstated at the moment. Australian Stocks are the best performers this year (by a long way), commodities are back near trend highs, the exporters have confirmed China and co are still actively hoovering and the Australian economy is still one of the strongest in the OECD. Ozz is under a little pressure as everyone gets short on election worries but we are still well within the 68/73c range of the past 3 1/2 months. If you haven't guessed I'm actually core long and trade and part that position (adding/trimming etc).

HKG SK 10:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Best buy of the day is US/CAD. We might see 1.3300 by tomorrow night.

HKG SK 09:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gbp is really sick at the moment. We might se 1.7850 tonight and then 1.7700 by tomorrow night. I am looking at 1.7400 within 2 weeks.

Gold Coast martin 09:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
KL KL 09:49 GMT September 2, 2004
Dont be so sure about an immediate hike after the election...the words of a dull x bank governor dont count in this scenario...AUD is in for hard landing due to decreasing demand in commodities....on the surface at present this is not the case but it hasnt surfaced yet....presently look for 6956 in the next 6-7 hours...6795 on monday after data....and all the way to 57 by 31st of december...with 50-85 pip retracements in-between...g/t

Gold Coast martin 09:51 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Dublin Flip 09:46 GMT September 2, 2004
Flip.. Trichet needs to come over there and kiss the blarney stone...he will need it....g/l

KL KL 09:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin, you think audusd already factored in rate hike after poll??tia What are your possie now??

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Dublin Flip 09:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
As JC Trichet said (words to the effect) "In Europe we are usually more negative than things really are whereas in the US they are always more positive than the facts. Somewhere in the middle would be better for all of us"-LOL

Togliatti Ant 09:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Do you see a dimond on the hourly eurusd?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:42 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
too brave sellers gbp/usd action now. I suggest you if you want to add your buy now (1.7945)

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:37 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ina co'z 09:33 GMT September 2, 2004
yes.. I agree too with your eur/usd, but mine is 1.2290 (little higher). thanks.

eur lg 09:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Flip/Par agree agree. Spain has a bit of a wake call coming as well.............

Lisbon eurfx 09:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks....but do u see any effect of the coming US data today?

Ina co'z 09:33 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raden..if take 1.2512 for support usd/chf...maybe eur/usd will get 1.2275 for resistance.but for cable was gave i signal short with stop at 1.8000...IMO..
What do you think ?...thanks...!

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:32 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Lisbon eurfx 09:28 GMT September 2, 2004
yes.
keep your buying eur/usd and gbp/usd !!

Gold Coast martin 09:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
He!he!...just keep the mask on ...you dont want people to recognise who nakes such predictions!...g/t to you too friend....

Dublin Flip 09:29 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I agree Par. If it's any consolation Ireland goes from being a beneficiary to a contribuitor this year. I think it's particularly strange that Germany has to both reconstruct East Germany and massively contribuite. I reckon they'd have left East Germany as a seperate entity until it was fixed up by everyone else if they had their time again.

Lisbon eurfx 09:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
indonesia solo
is it agood level to go long eur/usd?

EU ZORRO 09:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Hi Martin...

...I'm counting the days to open the Moet Chandon with you....!!!!

Good luck friend

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:27 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
also usd/chf.
hope ready to meet 1.2512..bottom !!

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd seem ready for up to get 1.2231..top?
sellers wait there.. maybe.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Los Angeles ss 09:21 GMT September 2, 2004
start from 1.7960 area.
take your possie and use safety belt now friend!

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
be carefull with gbp/usd !!
seen on the start level for up now to get 1.8007.
be carefull with 1.8007, maybe sellers wait there !!
let's go !!

Los Angeles ss 09:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raden, your thoughts on cable, please?

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 09:19 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
indo bahari2003 09:06 GMT September 2, 2004
hallo.. longing for you buddy.
my regards to your gbp/usd ship crew!

PAR 09:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
What is not normal is that in Germany and France we pay high taxes and give thru Europ billions of subsidies to countries like Ireland, Poland , Spain and in a couple of months Turkey so that those countries can lower their taxes thanks to european subsidies. This is Absurdistan.

Moskow 09:17 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   

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Gold Coast martin 09:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EU ZORRO 08:15 GMT September 2, 2004
Good to see the stamp collector back....your stamp collection should be finished by the 31st of december.....

Dublin Flip 09:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I agree mate. The constant clamour for lower intrest rates in Europe is just political opportunism. The problems with Europe are at the Industrial relations welfare state and Tax end not whether already negligble intrest bobble up or down 25BPs. Saying that I'm quite hopeful that the competition from Eastern (New) Europe is starting to put pressure on the lazy union empowered arrangements. e.g. France's 35hour week is on the way out, all the car manufacturers have threatened to go east and new better producivity deals are being thashed out and Tax competition (Ireland,Latvia,UK) means that there should be better not worse days ahead.

Lisbon eurfx 09:07 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
btw the effect of todays data will be mild on eur/usd

indo bahari2003 09:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
there's a mith for the payroll data, if usd make any gain before the data release its mean usd will suffer after the data released. :) Raden Mas, how are you? its been long time buddy.

Lisbon eurfx 09:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
anybody tested GD OR GK signal it forecasts regularly on this forum

Sydney Alimin 09:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
oh boy, the longer it stays above 1.2170 the more bullish euro becomes, maybe it is setting something special for tomorrow

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Los Angeles ss 08:50 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Raden Mas! How about cable now?

EU ZORRO 08:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   

Lisbon eurfx 08:22....Thanks, but I'm here looking for surprises....!!!!

Boa sorte

PAR 08:44 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
A am not anti europ but since european consumer economy is a CREDIT economy contrary to the US and UK where consumer economy is a DEBIT economy with consumers living on credit cards different approaches are needed. HIGHER EURO interes rates would stimulate internal european demand, would make pension saving easier, would increase cost of capital relatif to cost of labor and reduce unemployment and finally would keep spiralling inflation under control. But all Trichet wants to be is a Greenspan look alike. Europ need other leaders.

Indonesia Solo Raden Mas 08:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
hello everybody..!!!
I hope good day for you all today.

slv sam 08:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Budapest 08:31 GMT /
let us hope by NY session!

syd 08:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
NZD/USD Large 0.6510 Strike Expires Today
AUD/NZD Exotic Barrier at 1.0650
AUD/USD 0.6990 & 0.7000 Expiries Today

Budapest 08:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
slv sam 07:59 GMT September 2, 2004

When will GBP/USD break 1.8000 or above in your opinion?

London ADK 08:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Paris ib - if you are around, would love to hear your Ausie view. Know you don't do technicals, but boy I get excited by the look of that daily chart patern.

Sofia Milen 08:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Hi mates/Some ideas about $/SF? TIA.

Lisbon eurfx 08:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EU ZORRO agree with you but be care ..the market is a beast and you have to be well prepared for surprises of tomorrow>>

EU ZORRO 08:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Good Morning all....!!!!

...September is good to long EUROS again....!

...expect 1,2350 to be tested soon....

GL

PAR 08:14 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Looks like BOJ is defending 109 level.

Lisbon eurfx 08:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
with pyroll data tomorow I think that eur/$ will surge to high level...so I am going long on eur/usd from now ...and dont forget the data which will be released today....

brisbane L 08:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Well aussie seems a little heavy to me and should break below 6990 later unless something horrible happens somewhere - but only looking for about 50pips

van Gecko 08:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
London 07:39.. long marching Gold players can't ask for a better m/t bias; consecutive $25+ higher high/low months with technically sound retracements since touching $370 in April..
any dips down to the $395/400 in September are good accumulation levels for new highs..

Ltn th 07:12.. should the Dollar repeat its great 1000 bps September to year end slide for the 3rd consecutive year, Aud/Usd & Nzd/Usd could finish the year up at the .7600/8000 & .7000/7500 ranges respectively..
Eur/Aud is a vely good sell up here.. risk 100 pips for 500+ pips cheers

Dublin Flip 08:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
agree sam

slv sam 07:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
everybody is bearish sterling!!
bought sterling at 1.7935 target 1.8140 s/l 1.7865.GT

PAR 07:59 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Whether european interest rates are at 10 % or at O % as long as european social reforms are not implemented european unemployment will keep going up. For unemployment monetary policy has almost become irrelevant unless the price of capital would rise like the price of oil did .

Lisbon eurfx 07:58 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
EUR$ long now for few pips 1.2195

Dublin Flip 07:57 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
PAR you're not a big fan of europe or the ecb are you??-LOL

Sydney Alimin 07:47 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ok, let's visit euro 1.22 again, maybe it will stay there today

Brisbane L 07:46 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
aussie seems to have diverged from the euro and GBP for now

PAR 07:42 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
ECB will keep rates unchanged and will only change rates if pressured by Greenspan like after 9/11. As always Trichet will predict that oil prices will come down and that budget deficits and monetary growth targets are not important given the current circumstances. EG commission also wants bigger butget deficits so that more money can be sent to the Euro bureaucrats to pay their gigantic salaries and to help their friends.

London 07:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
van Gecko Talk that net speculative long positions relatively large gold may head lower in the near term, possible at $395 1-month but recovering $420 3-months all depending on the Dollar however.

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houston ken 07:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
i am buying kiwi at this level with a stop of 15 pips

Brisbane L 07:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ltn th not overly bearish aud , just feel market turned negative last couple of days so will play that side . good luck

Sydney Alimin 07:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
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Sydney Alimin 07:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
i hope this is not the range we will see in euro for the remaining of today!

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van Gecko 07:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold closing above $405 in August had tarnished the s/t picture for the Dollar..
another $25 monthly bar would see Gold up at the $425/430 levels intra-month, tilting the m/t odds for the Dollar to repeat its great September Slide of the last 2 years..
Cheerios..

Ltn th 07:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
L/// I would be expecting aud to decouple from the euro about now. We have diverging views from wp&nat on one side and rest. I stil like 81 aroundd end of year.

van 07:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold closing above $405 in August had tarnished the s/t picture for the Dollar..
another $25 monthly bar would see Gold up at the $425/430 levels intra-month, tilting the m/t odds for the Dollar to repeat its great September Slide of the last 2 years..
Cheerios..

TelAviv DOR 07:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
china hi , your 5.25 : what is suggested bye/sell point & where is the s/l ? TIA

Haifa ac 06:53 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
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Brisbane L 06:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ltn th problem is the housing data has some thinking the next hike will be later now and with the election talk of Hung Aussie Parliament Possible causing a bit of concern - aussie could be the precurser to the next Euro fall who knows

Ltn th 06:34 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Bris l. Thanks for the warning. I will be carefull. Its a bit like race 7 (the jokeys benefit). today should be a USD benefit. But I wonder. Does anyone have ANZ views for near term? I am seeing different interpretation of housing figures. These days it xeems that higher interest rates are considered aud negative. It might be because they are already above those in the civilised world, hurt sustainable business and since the recent changes to the compulsory superannuation there is an embarrasing surplus of investment funds that can no longer be soaked up in US. NZ doesnt count.

Sydney Alimin 06:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
still same, nothing has changed yet, euro is still vibrating around 1.2170

syd 06:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Germany Aug Adj Jobless +24K To 4.414 mln 10.6%

Brisbane L 06:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ltn th the option player sitting at 6990 seems to have the upper hand at present, but watching the aud its seems very bearish to me making lower highs all week , its definitly a sell on rallies and the press have done it no favours with their view on housing data

Ltn th 06:15 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Why does todays market put me in mind of a cloud of vultures lazily circling the plain?

Gold Coast martin 06:13 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
BRISBANE L.....PATIENCE is the key word for the aussie as well as the kiwi...NFP data on friday will largely determine what rate of accelaration both currencies will have to the downside...the aud right now may be a leading indicator as to where the euro will be after friday....g/t

Bahrain Within 10 Pips (S/L = 10*Spread) 06:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
My System been selling eur/aus..funny

Bribane L 05:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GC. martin , it looks like your call on the aussie may come to fruition today (smile)

Brisbane L 05:49 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Talk of local accts and offshore were behind the selldown on th Aussie , suggesting a weak bias and underlying tone will be on the downside rather than upside. AUD/JPY sales unloading the cross.

NY Raider19 05:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Hurricane Watch //// Hang tough, Miami OMIL and all from the SE out there. Too bad the canes can't just be on the gridiron
Of note for all you budding meterologists out there... Two Category 4 storms have never struck the United States in the same year, according to National Hurricane Center records dating back to 1871.

According to the hurricane center, the last time two major hurricanes made landfall in the same year in Florida was 1950, when two Category 3 storms, Hurricane Easy and Hurricane King, struck.

LAX-LGB SNP 05:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
am waiting to see where USD leans as EZ open draws near - expecting the move to substantiate itself before the weekend

FWiW eurusd unable to hold 1.22 and may follow AUD & GBP soon

p.s.
OMIL hang in there !
there was an interesting article about a cycle of upto 30 yrs of stormy weather to come with the turn of the millenium, published in Time mag sometime earlier this year

Ldn 05:36 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Large [AUD/USD] 0.6990 options at present supporting

Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks to everyone I hope the best for you too as the Friday NFP hurricane gets closer. GL GT

Ina co'z 05:27 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Nice posts OMIL...Thanks and GOOD LUCK !...:-)

china 05:25 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Here are forecasted highs and lows together with suggested buy and sell points for Aug September 2, 2004
Listed after the currency pair is the forecasted low/high for the day, the suggested buy/sell points, the suggested stop and the forecasted low/high for the week.

1 EUR/USD 1.2100 1.2250 Buy 1.2100 1.1990/ 1.2280
2 GBP/USD 1.7850 1.8052 Buy 1.7860 1.7840/ 1.8180
3 AUD/USD 0.6960 0.7110 Buy 0.6980 0.6950/ 0.7150
4 USD/CHF 1.2550 1.2700 sell 1.2700 1.2550/ 1.2900
5 USD/CAD 1.3070 1.3240 sell 1.3080 1.3050/1.3200
6 USD/JPY 108.80 110.20 sell 110.20 108.30/ 110.50

These forecasts are for reference only.
Please keep in mind that you and you alone are responsible for your own trades and for the maintenance of stop loss entries at levels you can afford. In order to help preserve trading capital, it is suggested that when prices move in your favour by 30 points, you change your stop to a breakeven position.
Good luck to everybody!!
Guangdong, China
Yinzi

Gold Coast martin 05:22 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:10 GMT September 2, 2004
best regards omil..take care and once again good technical post.....g/t

Singapore Sfx 05:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Take care Omil - thanks for your posts.

Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:10 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Things have basically stayed the same as yesterday with the eur/usd pair. I have same resistance, retracement and support. Pivot numbers are 1.2300, 2261, 2222, (2183), 2144, 2105 and 2066. A bullish divergence is forming in the 1hr chart as the indicators come down a bit from O/B area. Intraday is bullish, mid term is turning bullish but long term is turning bearish a close of this week over the 1.2235-40 and that could change. Even if the T/L and 55ma has been pierced in the weekly chart there has been no follow thru therefore the bearish picture looks unclear at this time. Hopefully the NFP data will set the record straight Friday and the trend can go on it’s marry way again or we could be in for more range trading in the infamous pennant (1.2350-2050 right now and closing up) of the summer. GL GT

PS. I might not be able to join in the Friday party, as I get ready for a monster hurricane coming my way. Hopefully there will be very little casualties but it does not look to good at the moment and I wish the best to everyone involved (including myself). GL GT

syd 04:56 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
RBNZ --employment in the building sector remains tight and
market expects another 25 point rise to 6.25% on Sept 9

Brisbane L 04:50 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Aud looks like it wants to go lower Dallas GEP level never materialized more the pity. 71 . and we may have seen the top for today at 7035

Brisbane L 04:47 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Gold Coast martin thanks no dont think they will do anything -

Gold Coast martin 04:45 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
brisbane l..ECB meeting ends 11.45GMT:No rate change expected....g/t

Brisbane L 04:43 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
What time does the ECB meeting end

MLAPH JUM 04:40 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks Tim. That is very good. Most people dont know that. :)

syd 04:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
US Embassy In Malaysia Receives "Suspicious Substance
Embassy In Malaysia To Close

Ldn 04:26 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
I thought she had one of Adams Ribs eheheh

wisconsin tim 04:14 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Did Eve eat an apple?
Despite the large number of cartoons and the almost universally accepted tradition, the Bible does not say that Eve ate an apple. Why then is it so popular to believe that she did?

Genesis most definitely records that she did eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. So why do people think of an apple? One reason is that the Latin word for evil is malum and the Latin word for apple is also malum.

In the fourth century AD, the word malum appeared in the Latin Vulgate translation of Genesis in the phrase ‘the tree of knowledge of good and evil’. From that time on people began to associate the apple with the fruit which Eve ate.

But Eve did not eat the fruit of the apple tree—she ate the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

Because Eve, and consequently Adam, disobeyed God’s Word, we are still suffering the consequences. As the Apostle Paul stated in the letter he wrote in AD 55 to the Church at Rome: ‘Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned’ (Romans 5:12).

San Diego Devi 04:03 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Eilat Dolphin,
First off I don't understand your language. Since I am an Engineer and Scientist by training, I am open minded to the possibilities. I know personally of people who trade based on planetary geometry and compliment that with technical analysis. I never said in my post I do the planetary geometry. I have just begun to learn myself.

I am not an expert in this field. But one thing I will say to you is that I know the limitations of science and until some ones goes beyond the boundaries and discovers new ways and then makes it a science, then it becomes something masses could use. I have been acknowledged to have done this in Corporate America over and over for the last 15 years, so I trust myself to explore the possibilities. This will be my last post on this.

MLAPH JUM 04:02 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
TIM,

Just curious... what is it ever mentioned in the Bible about an apple being eaten by eve?

Eilat Dolphin 03:47 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Devi/ Hi! When a friend of mine speaks about Astrology, or even luck (have/have not); I usually shoot him.

When it's a very nice lady, I am more civilized, and starts comparing some of her charms to certain hemispheric mapping of our earth that did exist, or teaching them Ladies about that incredibly cute GreenwichLline that -surprizingly- runs right between their smart legs (for real, I can show).

Not to forget the Poles effect. The Shouthern one is almost Biblical. Conceptualy.

Couldn't we imagine when Shee is seen up front, from sout to north, on Greenwich line, see the Dead Sea, followed up nolrth by the see of Gallilé, enthorned later by mount Hermon, towering all that beauty.

But She can't see it because of the position of they eyes.
So you tell. You do ASTROLOGY.

And finally you add the celestial equator, that the theoretical equator around the eyes (in my religion, it's the proprietary buildup) that the equatorial eyline parallelin the Celestial Equatorian Line. Both Celestials meet when them ladies finally watch the sky for real strars..

But then in FX, my friend? Besides the Japanese dojis?

Sydney EM 03:41 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Seems Aud is under a little pressure after the data even thought it was not too bad, any views at the moment on levels later today cheers

Dallas GEP 03:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Good one TIM LOL

wisconsin tim 03:12 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
slow day ... this just tickled my funny bone ...

Gwyneth Paltrow on naming her child Apple

"It conjured such a lovely picture for me -- you know, apples are so sweet and they're wholesome and it's biblical, And I just thought it sounded so lovely and ... clean. And I just thought, 'Perfect!'"

I guess she didn't go to Sunday school there's nothing clean about the Apple in the Bible.


Dallas GEP 02:51 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Thanks Tim.

wisconsin tim 02:39 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GEP
well, my tp exit "rules" of getting out at are really discretionary but i like to get out before NY close.

For example, I went short USD/CHF at 1.2605 this morning,
Stop was at 1.2728 tp was open
8/31/2004 USDCHF
Close R1
1.2728 --- got really nervous after data and push to 2670
Close S1
1.2605

I actually exited after news came out that DC was prank at 1.2580.

USD/JPY
I went long at 109.51 stop 108.55 still in position tp open but will probably close soon if 109.70 can't be breached

San Diego Devi 02:29 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Eilat Dolphin ,
In reference to your comment on your preference for Math,Heliocentric (Sun based) financial Astrology is infact based on planetary geometry. This includes all the planets and the nodes of the moon.

Dallas GEP 02:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Ok Tim...give me an example with entry tp and stop so I can make sure I have it. Use usd/jpy as an example please, thanks.

So this has to happen between 5AM and 8AM CST for you to take the trade???

wisconsin tim 02:24 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GEP,
sorry no, s1 close on long entry, r1 close on short

wisconsin tim 02:23 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
GEP, I'm in central standard time so whenever I get up ~5AM to 8AM CST. It's too big of stops so I always want to watch market action/news releases etc ...
Stops are always at opposite, therefore max risk is always the difference between S1 and R1.

gt's

wisconsin tim 02:19 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
CA Clouy 02:04 GMT September 2, 2004

thanks Clouy, mind your risk ... everything's golden until you hit that losing streak.

Eilat Dolphin 02:17 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Wein GD/ Why not look at Venus instead of the moon. She's such a beauty a couple of hours before sunset (or in the day time even, for Those who Know where to She Rests), that her Dazzling Flashes and Rivers of Love will give you the ""True Direction"" (in FX included) better than the Astrologers, or JehoWein, or even Allahaïa...

I prefer Mathematics. A well deserved tribute to the Greeks. Thus Aphrodite.

Dallas GEP 02:16 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Tim, R1 HIGH and S1 HIGH would be where you would put stops at??? IN TERMS of GMT, late London for you is WHAT??

syd 02:09 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Australian housing data suggest soft landing scenario still at play, which will satisfy RBA, says David DeGaris, senior economist at ANZ Bank; no doubt that housing market has cooled off in major capitals but building approvals still running at 173,000 per year, which not slow by any means, building approvals fall 0.7% on-month in July, vs consensus for 2.0% fall suggesting housing market at moderate pace
ABC

London 02:06 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Did anyone see Laura D'Andrea Tyson Clintons ex economic adviser on CNBC european Squawkbox yesterday , suggesting that the USD needs to fall further to help the Large Deficits if they want to get them nearer to 3% of GDP.

Sydney Alimin 02:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Roumeli anka 14:30 GMT September 1, 2004
wonder if Quindex's # still in play : 1.1988-1.2067-1.2146-1.2225-1.2304-1.2382.

It's nice to see Qindex's levels are still there, so we have seen 1.1988, 1.2067, 1.2146 and 1.2225...what's next? 1.2304 and 1.2382 for tomorrow maybe
problem is we don't know which order or direction is it going through those levels, keep moving up or down again

CA Clouy 02:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
wisconsin tim 01:11 GMT September 2, 2004

Hats off to u, Tim. ur last 3 days' forecast are great. I think imma live on that with a standard account later. Great job.

houston ken 02:01 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Traders read this http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10001081&sid=aMH.CyJUYWFM&refer=benchmark_currency_rates

Sydney Alimin 01:38 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
interesting, euro made high above 1.22 and well held above 1.2170 now, bullish ahead of NFP

Calabash TarHeel 01:28 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
FloridA vv
Dude, I hope you get out early in the morning and get everything you need. Francis is Charleys BIG, BAD Sister.
Eye is currently 22 miles wide. I would not be surprised to see her get up to cat. 5 when she gets over the warm waters of the gulf stream.
Be Ready!

Ldn 01:21 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
U.S. ISM for 3rd month in row drop in employment component part suggests payrolls Friday may undershoot expectations for 150,000 riset. ISM job index viewed a leading indicator for payrolls. Suggest the peak in the growth rate for manufacturing activity may be over
reuters

wisconsin tim 01:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
levels for tomorrow, long usd/jpy from earlier otherwise flat until morning gt's all

See page for details

Date Currency Close R1 Close S1 R1 High S1 Low
9/1/2004 AUDUSD 0.7062 0.6988 0.7091 0.6969
9/1/2004 EURGBP 0.6827 0.6777 0.6832 0.6742
9/1/2004 EURUSD 1.2242 1.2139 1.2266 1.2096
9/1/2004 EURYEN 133.85 132.62 134.05 132.27
9/1/2004 GBPUSD 1.7995 1.7835 1.8080 1.7810
9/1/2004 GBPYEN 196.78 194.72 197.41 194.88
9/1/2004 NDZUSD 0.6585 0.6503 0.6625 0.6497
9/1/2004 USDCAD 1.3097 1.2997 1.3207 1.2996
9/1/2004 USDCHF 1.2656 1.2533 1.2730 1.2505
9/1/2004 USDYEN 109.74 108.82 110.08 108.62

Calabash TarHeel 01:05 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Goes (NL) B747
I'm selling at 109.65 if seen. Hoping to see some run up on eur/jpy and gbp/jpy, sell them also.

Good Night, Good Luck

FloridA vv 01:04 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
for my 'night trade' I am adding 'mini size' short

No offence but there always somebody has to be on the other side of the trade for U to make money.
This time let it be ... Me ;)

Goes (NL) B747 01:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
FloridA vv 00:52 GMT September 2, 2004

good night,

for my 'night trade' I am adding 'mini size' short @ 109.62 (if seen) with s/l @ 109.71...t/p target for my total short USD/JPY package @ 107.80

gt

FloridA vv 00:52 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Yes 109.30 confirmed to hold, will add more Usd/Jpy longs after 109.70 is broken.

Calabash TarHeel 00:35 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
Not at all sure about cad long from 1.3056, closed @ 1.3071

Calabash TarHeel 00:31 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
FloridA vv 00:18
I'll be thinking about you guys down that way. I've been paying more attention to Francis and her possile moves than I have the market. This time tomorrow we should pretty well know where she is going.
Do take care. Good Luck.

FloridA vv 00:18 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
an anti-gouging law

No we are doing OK. There's enough of everything now. The matter is to get ready for that beforehands. Not to wait untill all stores are closed. And then u probably will have to get stuff u need from crooks only.

Still long in Usd/Jpy. Though closed some at a spike to 109.70. As for Eur/Usd will consider it short for tonight starting @ 23:00 eastern time.
Now have a couple of sell from 1.2190 with s/l above today's high.
As U can see Gep I'm joining your day trading gang here. But frankly speaking I hate day trading.

Dallas GEP 00:11 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
VV, I think Boca Raton and you aren't our only FLORIDIANS. WE have several more I believe. As I said. You guys take care.

Geneva DC 00:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
the y-axis ist the Parker Global FX Index (e.g. the combined performance / average / of 50 or so top currency managers, "top" referring to size)
http://www.parkerglobal.com/fxindex.htm

Dallas GEP 00:00 GMT September 2, 2004 Reply   
BTW, for the guys not in US, several years ago US passed an anti-gouging law that makes it illegal to sell products at exorbitant prices just to take advantage of the emergency situations caused by these types of events. During one hurricane about 8 years ago, people were selling PLYWOOD for 50 dollars a piece and GETTING it because it was in short supply (normally 8-10 dollars MAX). ICE and Water was also being gouged . Capitalism was taken to the EXTREME in these cases of course.

As far as FX expectations for tonight, fairly tight ranges and I beleive we DO NOT break out of ranges today.

 




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