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Forex Forum Archive for 01/20/2005

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Syd 23:53 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Aussie CPI Could Push NZD/AUD Lower -Australia CPI could see the cross come back if the inflation data surprises on the upside

Rockford BDR 23:12 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Dolphin
Sometimes I wonder if your a brilliant poet or a professional pot smoker. lol. GT to ya

Syd 23:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Dollar treads water around US76c

Syd 23:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
OECD----Japan's economy is the best it's been in decades because of growing corporate profits and strong exports
but is dogged by deflation and a large budget deficit, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Thursday

knoxville dan-k 23:01 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
k, i posted my entry at 103.33 on the usd/jpy, i have to leave for a while i am putting in a stop loss at 103.23 and i am not putting in a target price for now, 103.50-60 looks good but i think ill let this puppy run for a while this is in my humble opnion only, that means my max hit will be -10 from where it is now, and possible run up to >>?
bbl gl, gt and post trades pls, and reasons why?

SF 23:01 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Fed banging the drum on higher rates - Yellen
Thu Jan 20, 2005 05:41 PM ET
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 20 (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve has been on a mission to warn financial markets and everyone else who will listen that interest rate hikes are on the way, a top central bank official said on Thursday.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Janet Yellen said the Fed had sent out all 19 of its policy board members with "trumpets and megaphones" to warn of higher rates.

Talking to reporters after a speech on the economy, Yellen also said it was wrong to assume there were more inflation hawks on the Fed board than doves.

Yellen said she did not share the view of some Fed board members that there was excessive risk-taking in some areas of financial markets and the economy, such as the housing sector.

She said it was quite natural for people to take greater risks during an economic recovery.

Atlanta-South 23:00 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
And VALDEZ said lets have a positive forum this year. He wasn't kidding, but I guess in a perfect world we would have such. Oh well.

Ldn 22:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
‘SNL’ skit suggests dollar's perils are over
LINK

SF 22:36 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Fed's Yellen plays down excessive risk comments
Thu Jan 20, 2005 05:06 PM ET
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Janet Yellen on Thursday played down the importance of comments about excessive risk taking in the minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting.

Answering questions after a speech on the economy, Yellen emphasized comments about possible speculative bubbles, such as in the housing market, were only the opinion of some people on the 19-member policy board.

Yellen said concerns about speculative excess would only be important for monetary policy insofar as they affected employment or inflation trends.

"It's not obvious how that would occur," she said.

The reference to excessive risk taking in the minutes, released Jan. 4, caused something of a stir in financial markets, but have been played down by several board members since.

SanFrancisco Analyst 22:33 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I swear I'm a centrist, definately not a redneck haha. Some of the lefties here have had me all wrong because I won't bash Bush or the US. And I have to say most Republicans I've known have been very nice people, and more level headed in general. But anyway, life is to short to not try and make a difference, sorry sometimes it has meant clashing with negative personalities. But I aim to ignore them now.

SanFrancisco Analyst 22:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
New year Dolphin. :)

Ltn th 22:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good on y'a TG. There is some, even a lot of good in even the most rabid red necked republican. Maybe even Junior isnt all bad. LOL

Eilat Dolphin 22:20 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
And thus, here in the story, we learn that Analyst from FS is also TG from the same San Francisco....

SacréMentor help you did on the Help Forum.
San Bernardino will recognise ya. May be even Cannonize ya...

Well, my best to you, TG !

London NR 22:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SanFrancisco Analyst 21:59 GMT //Thankyou.

Livingston nh 22:04 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Foreign holdings at the Fed fell by 7.7 bio this week with the bulk of the selling in agency paper (late last year the same paper was much more popular than treasuries)

toronto js 22:00 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
does anyone have any comments on USD/CAD? its rising and its usually not this high!!

SanFrancisco Analyst 21:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I've been posting some basics in Help for Windie who's been courageous to admit some trouble and look for assistance, if anyone is new to this maybe there is something there that would help.

Syd 21:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Stronger-than-expected NZ November retail data at 0.7% vs October compared with expectations of 0.5% push Kiwi higher

GER ad 21:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/GBP,
Out at 0.6928
Will try to buy 0.6910/15

Makassar Alimin 21:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
anyone heard anything from KL? haven´t seen him since his last post on December 22 last year, I sincerely hope that he is ok

Amman wfakhoury 21:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
sorry it is 18745 not 17045

Amman wfakhoury 21:15 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Examine my signal for today
GBP/USD buy above 17045
it is reached 17045..but not confirmed by closed 2 bars.
so that..this safe you enter loosing trade.

Amman wfakhoury 21:09 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
LA
actually it is not 5 pips...
when I say buy above 13025,and confirm that by close of 2 bars/5mins b4 your entry , the result is your entry may be
@13030-13035 ,then if you made your stop @13020 ,that mean you are below 10-15 pips of your entry.

knoxville dan-k 21:03 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
forgive me, if i sounded in the least bit rude about the 5 pip stop loss system he is using, my interest in forum, as i am sure many has is trading systems that ar unique, accurate and how they work the more i can understand and know the better i will be at trading be it pip rading, or longer terms glgt tia
but if we post our trades then we can evaluate what another is doing and tools they are using to enter, exit and profit for the highest percentals possible on win vs loose scenarios

Atlanta-South 21:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
La 7//Have not. Seems like a tight stop. Have u traded his calls? A as rule I don't trade others calls. Sometimes I might be better to try others, but so far not doing so except on rare occassions in the past. I've followed his calls & tried to monitor the results in a limited way.

Mtl JP 20:57 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
anyone have a 2-pip target 1-pip s/l system ?

LA 7 20:48 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Atlanta. Have you tried trading them with a 5 pip stop?

Atlanta-South 20:45 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Amman// I've followed your trades over the last few weeks & have found them to be very good. The results produce 10-18 pips for the most part. I've traded short term in the past, but then switched to longer term. Since the market has been choppy I've now gone back to short term 10-15 pips. Every trader has their on system. Some say short term is a waste of time. I say if you can gain 10-20 pips using 2 lots short term is good. Picking the right entry point is the key. This is where you seem to have a great talent. YOUR results speak for themselves. Whatever you are using sure seems to produce a constant 10-18 pips. I just thought I'd give you my thoughts FWIW. GOOD TRADES.

knoxville dan-k 20:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
k im back, well im long at 103.33 usd/jpy lets see,
anyone else going to join me in posting their trades ??

GOES B747 20:25 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba 19:41 GMT // good evening, positioned long on both for the moment.
gt

Gen dk 20:24 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

SanFrancisco Analyst 19:52 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Sell $Cad into 2350 offers similar correllation. Sell $jpy into 103.45 as well I bet.

SanFrancisco Analyst 19:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Sell $chf with correllation to $Index 83.90 could have some logical R/R. On one more push upside for the session at the moment.

Philadelphia Caba 19:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GOES B747 what's your comment on eurjpy & gbpjpy? Thanks.

Roumeli anka 19:29 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Malaga,Philadelphia thanks

Philadelphia Caba 19:24 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Roumeli anka 19:16 GMT January 20, 2005
My system gave a long signal for eurjpy, any one who plays this pair has an idea ?

Very important will be clear break 134.40 & close above...

Amman wfakhoury 19:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
pls see my sigAmman wfakhoury 06:47 GMT January 20, 2005
signals for today :
---------------------
EUR/USD Buy above 1.3025
stop @1.3020 T/p 1.3065-85

---------------------
GBP/USD Buy above 1.8745
stop @ 1.8740 T/p 1.8775-1.8800
----------------------
note : pls confirm each level by the close of 2bars/5mins b4 entry

*******GOOD LUCK ********nal on this morning

knoxville dan-k 19:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
ok, back for a sec, i have some other business to attend, but for now i do not see a trade in the usd jpy, however if i was going in, it would be short. a long position might have 5-10 pips. gl gt and thats only in my opnion use your own for your trades have a great trade day!

GOES B747 19:20 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury // good and fast thinking trader can make lot of money with your signals, really lot of money.

gt and gl to you

Malaga boqueron 19:18 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Just went long at 134,00 - so yes I have signal as well.

Roumeli anka 19:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
My system gave a long signal for eurjpy, any one who plays this pair has an idea ?

Eilat Dolphin 19:15 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
wfakhoury/ We are trying to assess here the system you operate by seeing its results.

The detractors of the Few Pips Raid theory versus Risk and Microwaves cleansing reversals do have a point that has validity.

Nothing personnal! It's Method analysis.

I think its an honor to have its method analysed. (see, my method was dismissed in a single post, by a poster whose jugement is valuable, over time.)

GOES B747 19:12 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
knoxville dan-k // here is an example for trades I take, on Wendsday's just before NY close GBP/JPY long (heavy position); interest worth almost 3pips due to the calaculation policy within the platform; +9pips on the trade (pips to platform = 16) ... worked/working (touch the wood) always; good for $3.5K extra on account balance . not using s/l only t/p on time of order placement ... works within 1min-3HRS

what you think on such trading style?

gt all

knoxville dan-k 19:05 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
going for a restbit, bbl

Eilat Dolphin 19:05 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC/ if you mean ""misleading""-"as a system ", operatively, I'd tend to agree. It's just that he was able to maintain himself on the right side of his EMA above average %, by far.

And If I told you that tomorrow at the same time, the $ will be at xxx, isn't that just as misleading.
Unless I add "probably/improbably at xxx"?

knoxville dan-k 19:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
ok, i did not like that last move for my short and closed position at 103.38 +12

Amman wfakhoury 19:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC
today i made the following trade for toronto js
by giving him signal through the msn:
on the hour i told him the EUR/USD will rise
buy @ 13062 and within few mins he sold @13076.
I asked him to sell ..he did @ 13074 and exit @ 13064.
then market moved down 13052..I asked him to buy
then he sold @ 13066.
he made more than 30 pips in this trade.

knoxville dan-k 18:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
well, i was more wondering what percent 60-70-80% etc was actually winning trades, obviously my last two are winning trades even tho they are not for massive pips,

GOES B747 18:56 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
knoxville dan-k 18:54 GMT // very true, look on what your trade makes, it is worthless to follow on how much the platform makes on your trades.


gt all

knoxville dan-k 18:54 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
since im pip raiding this play my stop loss is moved to 103.45 that will give me+5pips on 600k locked in, we will adjust stop loss accordingly from here, target price for me is 103.25

knoxville dan-k 18:48 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
i posted my entry on usd jpy,

just want to see how his works

knoxville dan-k 18:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
was not asking to confuse, but to confirm that he has a stratigy that is working,

i can tell you the future real real easy, give you perfect entrys and exits for today! just ask me and i will post them for you -- Tomorrow!

NYC 18:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Amman appears to be lookiong to sell a service and one based on 5 pip stops to earn 10 pips is not worth following when average spreads are 3-5 pips wide. Also, to say euro will go up this hour and then stop out if it goes 5 pips against the entry is misleading.

GOES B747 18:46 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GENEVA FHR 18:41 GMT // no problem, it is your idea and you allowed to keep it ... from my side, this issue is history.

Jhb cd 18:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
goes that's ugly and unnecessary.

One to say about Amman is he's consistent. Most posts of trades, recommendations and predictions are all over the place and show no system or trading discipline. At least with Amman's regularity one can trade it on a dummy platform for a while and make up your mind about it. Pip raiding's not for me but for I'd think all newcomers would like to give it a shot anyway, and Amman gives some reasonable guidance in this regard.

I find the macrolevel analyses on the forum most useful of posts in general. Trade announcements confuses more than anything else.

GOES B747 18:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Eilat Dolphin 18:36 GMT// good evening, my lesson says: take the loss at your limit, not when you feel to lose less.

if I did not change s/l for E/$ short position averaged @ 1.35++ (pip velue: very very high) due to lack of self confidence triggered within this forum (not GVI) ... would have 100's of K's more to give for vaccines and education in countries that their previous leaders used/use the Swiss banking system (but not only the Swiss).

my loss, the lesson is yours for free

knoxville dan-k 18:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
well im short at 103.50 now, locked up +30 on the upside thats on the usd jpy pair was long from 103.20

GENEVA FHR 18:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Goes your stupidity is without limits. Your comments are
B-S**T

london steamer 18:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
It looks like the eur/jpy has peeked and on its way south anyone agree with that.

gold coast martin 18:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin 10:49 GMT January 20, 2005
fwiw......lomg euro////12951...stop....12914.....t/p....13008...initially...
short yen...10295...stop....10328..t/p10232...
G/T

While trying to formulate strategy of todays trading ranges and correlational flows between pairs the choppy market of today made my yen short a statistic and got out euro short earlier with a little change....although other direction was favorable in a choppy market like this with 3 reversals a day at least to define a pattern is difficult..best to adopt a defensive method of trading where risk consideration outweighs reward....G/L ....

Eilat Dolphin 18:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR/ It's nothing personnal Goes expressed here, I feel. I think he has a real hangover with bankers, especially since the Xmas time, last year.

Eilat Dolphin 18:36 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Rtaon/ Good for you; The problem is IDKWTTAL... WHEN TO take a loss.

knoxville dan-k 18:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
not saying it cant be done.

post some entrys at time of entry with stop losses + targets and lets see!! gl gt

Chicago Irish 18:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Finally........a "system" that works :-) Link

GOES B747 18:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR, that's it ... a human being you will never be, as I see that ... guess you will defend Swiss doing during WWii and later with supporting rich murderers taking the nation's fortunes into your country.

peace to/in the world with few bankers less




Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 18:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
knoxville dan-k 17:22 GMT January 20, 2005
Yes.. I agree with amman, because he feel able read the peak of chart with high accuration,but with stop tight. ussually thats able to use in contra trend trade. I think we are all here have same destination in this longtime and hard learning with same question "how to know top and bottom from the chart in future" . I think amman idea is not a joke.
if you want to share analisis like amman, come in to yahoo messenger with all my gang with our update sharing analisis.
raden_masandi at yahoo(not advertising).

Boca Raton 18:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
IDKHTTAPBIFP = I Dont Know How To Take A Profit But Its Fun Pretending

Eilat Dolphin 18:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
B747/ For a long time we all thought you coined that expression! Because of your name probably and because goes seemed to be in Georgia/Usa.

GENEVA FHR 18:25 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Amman well the way i trade once my position is on and i have a few pips profit there is no way that i am going to lose money so i wil change my stop to breakeven.Sometimes i will not make any profit but when the trend goes my way i will let my position as long as my chart will tell me it is going to reverse.It is not working of course all the time but i will profit from the big moves.In my opinion the opening is the most important action and then after it is only money management

nyc jk 18:20 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
hi goes . rolling on floor, laughing my @ss off......

San Diego bobl 18:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
ROFLMAO...rolling on floor laughing my as_ off

Amman wfakhoury 18:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Can anyone tell me what is better to take 10-15 pips..or to wait till i loose 33 pips.

GENEVA FHR 18:17 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Goes i cannot give this info on any forum it is highly confidential and could make big problems for my friends.
I did not change my opinion on the Euro.I have just changed my way for some time.this year will show i think pretty big move and i will reverse my position in due time.

GOES B747 18:17 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
nyc jk 18:14 GMT // good evening, ROFLMAO ... what it stands for?

tia & gr

Amman wfakhoury 18:14 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Geneva

This signal posted today in this forum:

short yen @ 10295 stop 10328 tp 10232

after that yen moved down to 10275 and rised
to 10345 . and the stop hunted with loss
33 pips.
as a professional trader , can you tell me
what is your action in this case.

nyc jk 18:14 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GENEVA FHR 17:28 GMT January 20, 2005
Goes Hi Not much idea at the moment Closed my long Euro an went short on 3rd Jan at 1.35

It is now Jan 20, EUR at 1.2950 and you post that????? ROFLMAO

Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 18:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
test

gold coast martin 18:03 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Eilat Dolphin 17:57 GMT January 20, 2005

lol.........Confucius say"bank to client advice not necessary correct"...imagination flows!!!!!.....g/t

Dallas GEP 18:01 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Btw guys I posted a eur/gbp long from 6947 MUCH earlier and that got stopped while I was away from board because that 6935 support DID NOT hold obviously.

GENEVA FHR 18:00 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
What Morgan say and what their clients do is another story.
What i am interested is the flow and whos does what.I dont say i know everything but i have pretty good info.

GOES B747 17:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR, wish you shared this information with us; very surprised that you cheered the EUR printing 1.46 and much above and when changed your mind/poditioning w/reversed position let us with no clue.

but, fundementals did not change and even get worst for USA/USD ... but price is a banking game and your friends are (looks like) in better places than this forum :-)

gt

San Diego bobl 17:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
fwiw...
i am going to take more euro/usd short < 1.2940

Eilat Dolphin 17:57 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR/ How do you explain then that a group like Morgan said yesterday when the E was at 1.31, that the $ was loosing steam and it was time to buy the euroies, message convenyed by SexyDane that concurred!

And, here the consensus of us, was saying the opposite, before and after.

orlando jcr 17:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Looking for some E$ opinions...

I've been trading today on a trend-line starting at 12:10GMT at 1.2928 as the bottom with a support line drawn to currently 1.2950(ish).

I've had some good 10-20pip trades both up and down on this line - turning into a pretty good trading session for me.

I'm getting hesitant to long again as it has dipped below my trend line here at 1.2943 now. I get weary of going back to the same well to many times.

Anyone else following this trend - and any thoughts of whether the trend looks to be changing now...??? This would be my 5th "short term" long if I go back in.

GENEVA FHR 17:52 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Goes well sometimes you have to listen to the market and I have friends in some banks around. When you hear that big accounts I mean over 1 yard are selling there is no point
to keep a position.

Surabaya Medallion 17:50 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
My stop at GBP got hit, take new position with AUD Target 0.765 for tomorrow Stop loss 0.7551. Still Long Euro with stop loss at 1.289.

Eilat Dolphin 17:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR/ For most types of approach, and theoretically I agree.

However on the active side of daytrade, that's my average method when the hourlies are not on fire = most of the time.

GENEVA FHR 17:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Dolphin the spike on the euro at 17GMT was due to the release of the Philly Fed Index nothing to do with Bush

GOES B747 17:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FHR, good evening to you; what a surprise about your E/$ positioning, did you went away from your 1.46 calls during 2005?
did you pick the $ pimping from the white house, I mean", do you beleive and position yourself that markets really will reverse?

tia & gt

GENEVA FHR 17:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I see no point to catch 1o pips in the FX market.First to catch 10 pips you have to make at least 16 pips with spread.So the risk reward is awfully against you. It is like playing in the casino with the bank having a 60% odds in his favours.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 17:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I really reocmmend GBP/JPY short for 300 points

Eilat Dolphin 17:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I credit the E spike to .1.2980 on Bushe's very hawkish speech comments opening.

How they'll influence longer term is cristal ball stuff, for me at least.

London Iain 17:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC 17:23 GMT January 20, 2005

i have to agree. i've never seen any point in 5 pip stops, tp at 10 pips etc. If these guys were trading with zero spread then maybe (i'm still not convinced), but with 3+pip spreads you're paying 30% premium (based on tp of 10 pips) per trade. Therefore, you're at a massive disadvantage on every trade before you start.
If reward is expanded to, say, 50 pips then you begin to move to level pegging i.e. 6% premium.

Amman wfakhoury 17:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Geneva
my signals simply says...be ready to catch 8-10 pips this hour.

GENEVA FHR 17:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Amman as far as i know your signal has to be traded on the FX Market or not.

GENEVA FHR 17:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
The ratio between stop loss and profit targert should be at least 2 to 3 meaning for a stop of 20 pips at least 40 to 60 pips and not the opposite

knoxville dan-k 17:39 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
well i took the usd jpy, long for a short term trade at 103.20 with a 20 pip stop, and it ran down 10 pips almost as soon as i pulled the trigger, but retraced and am in up bound range for now, well see glgt

Amman wfakhoury 17:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Geneva
5 pips good for my signal ...i did not say it is good in forex market

Eilat Dolphin 17:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC/ So I think that on the hour, his system does work.

You just got to find the instruments that tell you what, when, and you can't ask him his, (nor mine, much more modest.)

London Iain 17:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC 17:23 GMT January 20, 2005

Eilat Dolphin 17:34 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC 17:23/ What I found to work positively a few hours per europe od usa day is a 40 pips sl for a 20 or 25 pips target.

GENEVA FHR 17:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Goes Hi Not much idea at the moment Closed my long Euro an went short on 3rd Jan at 1.35. For the time beeing on my daily and weekly charts Euro in down on the monthly chart resistance come at around 1.2360.This resistance will of course change beginning Feb.I wonder that in order to wash week hands long euro may be we shall see the low of Aug Sept 2004 of 1.20. But that is too early to say.

NYC 17:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
That type of signal is not tradeable.

knoxville dan-k 17:22 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
my question is that how can you be so precise as to pick a market entry within a 5 pip stop, seems you would get stopped out pretty fast on each trade and lose a few pips each time?

GOES B747 17:22 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
5pips stop with JPY equals to winning the state lottery; if it works more then once, than you actually win the state lottery as many times a 5pips s/l with JPY worked.

gt all

San Diego bobl 17:22 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
selling more eur/usd here @ 55; s/l 71; only looking to catch a drop to low 30's

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 17:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Maybe 1.1860...for PT..for next day
But if U like to place a stop at 1.20 after the 1.1860 is reached...then changed the pt to 1.1760
it might go up again but I really don't think likely

GOES B747 17:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GENEVA FHR 17:14 GMT // good evening, please share with us your current view about EUR/USD

sir, it may be a joke; but "pip is a pip" while any black pip is better than a red pip ... before someone may find his ways towards position trading, he may go through earning the capital (pip+pip+pip etc.) to trade a real position ...

tia and gt

knoxville dan-k 17:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
wasnt going to say much about that but trading the usd jpy 5 pips could = 1 or 2 secounds, pretty tight stop for that pair imho, glgt

GENEVA FHR 17:14 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
5 pips stop loss in FX market is a joke.

london steamer 17:11 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Barhain
Thanks for the usd/chf short what is your t/p figure

toronto js 17:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
his signals entry on the first minute of each hour..his target 10-15pips...no stop needed with his quick signals..and i tried that ...h e was an expert trader

Eilat Dolphin 16:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Gentlemen, the Honorable President.....

Philadelphia Caba 16:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Bought eur/gbp @ 0.6923, s/l 0.6885, t/p 0.6970

Amman wfakhoury 16:50 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC
entry of my signal is 00 of each hour
target more than 10 pips depends on the market movement.
stop exit 5 pips below your entry if market goes
against my signal.
that was known by all whom using my signals
any how...i noticed alot here were unhappy from my signal..i dont know why.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 16:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Short USD/JPY

Amman wfakhoury 16:46 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
hi all

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 16:36 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Yes LND..short around 1.1920 area

london steamer 16:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Barhain. When you say you are shorting chf do you mean shorting usd/chf?

London Ron 16:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Haifa ac and NYC, but amman posts were 80% successful

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 16:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
wow do going up again from 10470 area

hk ab 16:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Ldn// I am curious in knowing your bias on USD at the moment. Thanks.

Haifa ac 16:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
toronto js 15:44 GMT January 20, 2005
amman Where r u?.// Jordan.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 16:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hello Traders,
Shorting Chf and GBP/JPY

GER ad 16:25 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Long EUR/GBP at 0.6922 S/L under 0.6890 T/P 0.6950/55

Budapest Daniel 16:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
eurusd is shorting gbpusd is not... am in the wrong train... :(

NYC 16:17 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I find signals that do not include an entry, target and stop to be dangerous, especially to the less experienced traders. As someone pointed out here yesterday, rthere was no risk/reward specified.

toronto js 16:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
NYC y not?

San Diego bobl 16:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
fwiw...'
sold some cable here @ 1.8707

NYC 16:03 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I don't miss him.

Chicago YM 16:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
morning all

toronto js 15:45 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
amman i missed your signals!!!

toronto js 15:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
amman Where r u?

Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 15:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gbp/usd after touched 8689(maximal retrace).ready go up to get 8750 or 8770/77

Budapest Daniel 15:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
then all of these should be USD bullish right?

Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 15:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
sell usd/jpy t get 101.82 when still at 103.17

FL AG 15:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FED'S POOLE UPBEAT ON U.S. ECONOMY IN 2005
OLE SAYS DATA SHOWS INFLATION 'UNDER CONTROL'5,
WILL BE AGGRESSIVE TO PROTECT LOW INFLATION
5,0POOLE SEES JOB GAINS ABOVE 125,000 PER MONTH IN '05

FL AG 15:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
10:15 *DJ Fed's Poole: US 2005 GDP Growth Likely 4% To 4.5%

TelAviv DOR 15:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
0.2as exp.

River Falls_USA_ PB 15:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
sorry - thats 3000-3020

Philadelphia Caba 15:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Conference Board reports today that U.S. leading indicators rose 0.2% in December. This exceeds the market consensus of 0.1%.

River Falls_USA_ PB 15:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
anybody else see E/$ return to 3000-3200 range today? gt

QC WC 15:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
leading indicator 0.2, previous revised to 0.3

Hong Kong Qindex 15:04 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Spot Gold : It is heading towards 425.5.

ny ts 15:04 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
anyone know what leading indicator number was

Hong Kong Qindex 15:02 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Spot Gold & EUR/USD : Gold is trading above 422 so I would assume that EUR/USD is okay in the New York session.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD : Speculative buying interest will increase when the market is trading above 1.2965.

San Diego bobl 14:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Thank You Indonesia Solo Raden...
sooner or later I think we will test that double bottom level
@ .7443...I see some chunky trade getting there, but think it's in the cards for now. Of course, I'm a cheap suit and willing to change on a dime.

Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 14:36 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
in my system aud/usd now is on the positioning start to move up to get danger band (sell level) at 0.7634-7638).
if your system say same with this.. you can try to buy.
have a nice to try !!!

San Diego bobl 14:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Gold Coast Martin...
what do you think of short aud/usd here; my system just triggered and I am taking some .7586

Hong Kong Qindex 14:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 04:21 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Barriers


... // 1.2903 - 1.2965 - 1.3006 - 1.3026 - 1.3057 - 1.3088 - 1.3108 - 1.3134 // ...

Hong Kong Qindex 04:18 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Quantized Levels


... 1.2535 // {1.2597} - 1.2658* - 1.2704 - 1.2780 - 1.2842 - {1.2903}* - 1.2965 - 1.3026 - 1.3088 - 1.3149* - {1.3211} // 1.3272 ...

Hong Kong Qindex 14:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 11:18 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : Quantized Levels of 22-Day Cycle (19/Jan)


... // {1.2173}* - 1.2364 - 1.2554 - 1.2745 - 1.2935* - 1.3126 - {1.3316} // ...


The mid-point reference of 1.2935 - 1.3126 is 1.3031.

SanFrancisco Analyst 14:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
thanks guys

Tallinn viies 14:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
lot of selling in front 1,2965/70.
last time tide turned at 60. this time it maybe 55 already.
watch out if 1,2975 traded. move up to 1,3000 will be quick and probably also to 1,3020/25 which is strong resistance topday

Hong Kong Qindex 14:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GOES B747 14:21 GMT - EUR/JPY : This one is tricky. It all depends on the movement of USD/JPY.

lhr windie 14:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
thanks alot, im in.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD : It looks a little bit bit better when the market can trade above the projected barrier at 1.2947 - 1.2949. Basically I don't feel too comfortable to short this pair any more.

Halifax CB 14:25 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
whoops...

try this Link to the help forum

toronto js 14:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
goto that forum

Halifax CB 14:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
lhr windie
try this Link to the help forum.


toronto js 14:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
winnie http://www.global-view.com/beta/forums/forum.html?f=4

GOES B747 14:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Livingston nh 14:13 GMT // because it does not look w/support until 131.50, it makes it look like long from here; the beauty of the rising sun depends on the overall weather :-)

gt

GOES B747 14:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
good afternoon Qindex,
guess it is your answer regarding EUR/JPY, right?


Hong Kong Qindex 14:09 GMT January 20, 2005
In general it is better to assume a range market.

lhr windie 14:20 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SanFrancisco Analyst ,
umm im sorry, i dont know where the help forum is, i coudnt find, i thought this was the only forum over here.

lhr windie 14:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
austin edgy,
well actually, im in pakistan, no books, no cds, no nothing. even if u order here, no guarantee here, that really sucks u know. oh well. i did demo account for 3 months, man did i make a lot. sensibly though, but the real thing, a whole different world. oh well, practice makes perfect (i hope).

Atlanta DJ 14:15 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Any thoughts on kiwi?

SanFrancisco Analyst 14:15 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
winnie, no sweat, go to the help forum and i'll find a little time to chat

Indonesia - Solo Raden Mas 14:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
maybe only several people thinking usd/cad (have done 2352).
my band 2352 - 2373 is top area.
I think we are ready to sell usd.
have a nice to try..

Livingston nh 14:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GOES B747 14:05 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/JPY blew thru the 200 da w/ease - doesn't look like any support until 131.50 level

Hong Kong Qindex 14:09 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
In general it is better to assume a range market.

GOES B747 14:05 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/JPY: 1-Day/1-Year chart shows market price lower than SMA10/20/50/100/200 prices ... worth a trade for me, somehow am still hesitating; may you please feedback/comment.

tia & gt

Sydney 14:00 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
China, India To Attend Feb G7 In London - Kyodo

austin edgy 13:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
windie
You should have at least read a book. Forex Made Easy or something and practiced in the gaming area for confidence. Keep learning.

Livingston nh 13:51 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Livingston nh 13:26 GMT January 20, 2005 - for the sake of clarity substitute "break" for fall in my comment about CAD and AUD

Slv Sam - yeah a rally in CHF and CAD might be a turning point but I think it is a bit early yet

lhr windie 13:48 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SanFrancisco Analyst,
well i feel bad right now, i mean all of u think that i have had some formal training before, not the case though. am a mini forex trader. lost all 2 months ago, send more a month back. (actually its my fathers account, i mainly operate it, he doesnt have time). in the begining, wasnt strict on stops, even when i did, didnt work out. tried the patience game this time, worked well in the begining, but as u can see, stuck. dont know much about technical terms, indicators, how to use/understand charts. i bought eur.usd, gpb/usd before the new year, and as u know they have really come down. just surving as i can on hedges, and remove them when i feel that it will go up, so as to increase my usable margin to some respectiblilty. i do appologise to u if u feel i have wasted your time. im only 20 and i have a lot to learn and gain ( or loose if u see the funny side to it). really appreciate everyones help, advise and opinions. thanks

warsaw mach 13:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
IMO EUR/USD can test 1,2920 level again before higher.

gold coast martin 13:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
San Diego bobl 13:21 GMT January 20, 2005

BOB...wise move ,,you will be able to re-enter @13008.....

austin edgy 13:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
thanks. my first calendar is off, second seems right.

Tor Pumpkin 13:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
edgy, nothing out until 15:00 gmt, Leading Indicator. philly out at 17:00

austin edgy 13:38 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
anyone have fundie news from US this am?

slv sam 13:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
If cad and chf kept this relative strength a bit longer...e/$ correction might be over imo and now ready for 1.38xx.GT

Livingston nh 13:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
fwiw- This USD correction seems pretty limited to EUR, CHF and GBP - asians (krw, twd and sgd) are not giving up much despite all this hype about corporate repatriation// USD/CAD and AUD/USD are still holding the daily 89 ema line so they may be the next to fall //// 200 da MAs come into crosshairs now on the Europeans

San Diego bobl 13:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FWIW...
I have taken partial profits on full size see of eur/usd last @ 1.3007 @ 1.2937; looks like we bounce here for a while . Will add em back up higher

SanFrancisco Analyst 13:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
windie - I, and surely some others, see potential for congestion between 2930-00. Hopefully that pans out for you. I don't see anything at the moment telling me to buy euros other than some "heads up" indications for the possibility. Just based on session exhaustion theory one might think there must be some challenge for the euro to decline past that area today, and if so, not by much. I do see moderate indications the area holds and hope very much you are blessed with a test of 2980, anything above is a bonus at this stage until the market agrees otherwise. This is not a recommendation or suggestion of what course to take, but observations. Maybe if you can provide more info in help regarding what you have been looking at I can find a moment later to expand a little in general.

Philadelphia Caba 12:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good morning everyone!
Longed 1st part eurjpy @ 133.30.
GT&GL!

GER ad 12:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
melbourne farmacia 12:37,
Possible, for the moment look that you right farmacia.
I have ~1.2915 as strong support so I could take the long at 1.2925 but in day like this I am trying not to take positions before a double check (if we will se this). Thank for your opinion and GT to you.

saloniko 2005 nk...1.4688 12:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
My last post wasnt a suggestion for anyone who dont want to risk...

As my opinion risk in life is up to urself...
and Never Follow the Cookery-Book for a delicious food but plus ur imagination,...


nk

lhr windie 12:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SanFrancisco Analyst,
well i can affoard about a 100 or so pips in total. not good is it.

SanFrancisco Analyst 12:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
windie - how many more pips negative can you afford ? Asking so I can get a sense of a suggestion.

london jack 12:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
what is fwiw

saloniko 2005 nk...1.4688 12:39 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
lhr windie

If u can place a stop @ 1.26 ...88% my opinion is will see 1.4088 first b4 lower..

Forex need patience, and is like cookery...

GL
nk

melbourne farmacia 12:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GER ad 12:18 GMT - from my euro reading, current linear support sits at today's low... might not print your ideal entry fwiw

Atlanta-South 12:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
TO NEW TRADER 1hr WINDIE// JOHN SAID IT THE BEST. VERY GOOD ADVICE. CUT LOSE & LIVE TO TRADE ANOTHER DAY IS THE BEST WAY.

Spotforex NY 12:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
windie

The market is a great humbler. I was doing OK...until the past few days when Cable, Aussy and euro yen started teasing me.

Just booking a lunch with a bigger Mutual fund director here in NY. That is my exit strategy today. Eat, drink and be merry.

come back to see if any of my stops were elected.

Atlanta-South 12:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
1hr windie//Like SpotForex said your near meltdown is a sad situation. Use stops, mental if not set stops. Set stops are better for the new trader. Actually for probably all traders. Its everyones choice. Enter your trades with a stop & a limit in place. Leverage is a double edge sword. Don't set & watch your funds disappear before your eyes. Stop the bleeding before it drain the life out of your account. Good trades to you in the future.

Mtl JP 12:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Analyst 11:47 / re .."EU and some with political interests definately don't want to see more $ in circulation"..

The body that is, at least on paper, legaly authorized to see more $ in circulation is showing that the rate of increase in both M3 and M2 fell to nine year low in 04.

Pray tell who exactly outside of EU are the "some with political interests" (other than the FED of course, from evidence) who don't want to see more $ in circulation ?

lhr windie 12:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
spotforex,
thanks a lot for replying. my leverage is 10x. but the things is that, well i know i am new to this, and the basic mistakes not to do, that are said to you when u are new, well i guess i joined the club. oh well, u learn from your mistakes, i certainly am. well i guess i was already doing the best in this situation, praying. thanks again for replying.

Spotforex NY 12:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
As the Gartman Letter notes

"The market can remain 'irrational' longer than one can remain solvent."


Know where you are wrong and step aside. As GVI John noted....the objective is to return to the trading desk another day for a new opportunity.

GVI john 12:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
We rarely comment on trading strategy here, but I cannot emphasize too strongly the requirement to set stop losses on all trades. Before you enter a trade, you have to have your own idea at which point the idea is not working. Thats where your stop has to be set. Figure out that potential loss and decide if your leverage is suitable for your capital. Ive been in this business over 30 years and cannot count how many "good" ideas I had turned out to be dead wrong. Preservation of capital has to be the paramount goal. If you get out too soon, so be it. Believe me there will always be another trade.

GER ad 12:18 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD,
All this effort to push the low with only other 15 pips...
We may be near the bottom for the moment (EUR/JPY still holding 133)
Preparing to long EUR/USD (near 1.2910) with a 50 pips S/L

Spotforex NY 12:14 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
windie,

If you are at the point of meltdown, then there is little else left to do other then 'hope and pray'.

That is a shame. What was your leverage level??
10x 100x or higher with these two trades.

Ideally, when you enter a position, you should have an inkling of an exit strategy - for take profit and stops.

lhr windie 11:57 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
hello, i am a new trader here, im really stuck in eur/usd and gpd/usd, both buy postions, on the edge of loosing all. just surviving on hedges. actually have been stuck since the new year. if anyone of you could advise me what to do, in my view it might go up, i also dont want to be stuck in the hedge. but hey, im no expert thats for sure. thanks

GOES B747 11:56 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SanFrancisco Analyst 11:47 GMT // seeing lately lot of Chevrolet commercials on European TV channels, may be great sign for USA using the low dollar, but it is not as more than 98% of the models offered made in Korea (higher end models that made in USA imported only through private/grey chnnels).

the white house needs the money to finance war/battle; not a true economic growth, each US plan for democracy in the middle east gets an answer with car bombs and sucide attacks.

may peace will rule
gt all

GOES B747 11:48 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
personal obsevation; homeland investment act may bring serious crash in wall street, there is no way seen for the moment that the money will make more in USA than it makes abroad; names making less money has only one impact on wall street.

gt all

SanFrancisco Analyst 11:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GOES - Because you give an economic engine fuel (in this case tax breaks) that does not for a moment mean the engine is dying. In this case it is more along the lines of stepping a little on the pedal of a Ferrari.

EU and some with political interests definately don't want to see more $ in circulation so we hear rhetoric about what a bad idea repatriation is. Economic benefit from the tax breaks leads to business spending, which leads to greater sales/bottom lines, which lead to job growth/ consumer spending/investment, which leads to higher interest rates, which leads to treasury funding, which leads to deficit reduction. Seems to me everyone wins, except certain political interests.

Tallinn viies 11:46 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Syd 11:19 GMT - idiots from mutual funds I guess

GOES B747 11:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/JPY: if price CLOSE 2H bar above 133.52; will buy there; initial target above 136/-

gt all

GOES B747 11:42 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/JPY: if price lose 2H bar above 133.52; will buy there; initial target above 136/-

gt all

melbourne DC (2nite) 11:36 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
eurgbp daily uptrend around 69c

GOES B747 11:32 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
preparing to take some EUR/JPY longs @ 132.80-133.10

gt all

GOES B747 11:29 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
good afternoon,

EUR/USD: when lows seen maximum 100pips from current lows, sharks prepare thier blood sensors; as beginner, learned that momentum starts when markets let beleive that momentum is on the other side.

shrks use wrongly managed money to count their profits; if USA/USD is not sinking then why the white house fights to bring any possible cent into USA?!

fwiw; adding EUR longs, target above 1.40 during 2005

gt all

Hong Kong Qindex 11:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Syd 11:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Trader says real money accounts were among the sellers as EUR/USD slipped to fresh 2005 low of 1.2935. Now at 1.2950, option barriers noted at 1.2925 and 1.2900, but, he says, the big ones at 1.30 and 1.2975 "are all gone".

Atl TJ 11:18 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Looks like Buffer wants to close his Short Dollar position. Won't be the first time he's used this trick LOL.

http://sg.news.yahoo.com/050119/1/3pyjn.html

canberra david 11:05 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
thanks auckland...will take that all in..just going steady as she goes..im picking up 15-20 pips at a time with a lose in between

Hong Kong Qindex 11:03 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 04:21 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Barriers


... // 1.2903 - 1.2965 - 1.3006 - 1.3026 - 1.3057 - 1.3088 - 1.3108 - 1.3134 // ...

Hong Kong Qindex 04:18 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Quantized Levels


... 1.2535 // {1.2597} - 1.2658* - 1.2704 - 1.2780 - 1.2842 - {1.2903}* - 1.2965 - 1.3026 - 1.3088 - 1.3149* - {1.3211} // 1.3272 ...

Auckland 10:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
canberra david... Test 1min, 5min, 1h, 4h 1day... It works wery well to me
GL/GT

saloniko 2005 nk...1.4688 10:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good Morning Zorro...


Everything is fine than ever...
Its nice to start 2005 with a nice profit..

nk*[email protected]

canberra david 10:57 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
thanks im out of your league will try elsewhere

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 10:56 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Longing euro after US Close today
1.2850 area

Tallinn viies 10:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
1,2965/70 first resistance now btw :)

canberra david 10:51 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
hey guys as a new trader what is the best chart to use.i use 5 min 1 day..what do ya reckon

Tallinn viies 10:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
oh dear, this is like a gift here iiinhiiiiihii.
even in my wildest dreams I didnt hope to see 1,2950 during third week of january uuuuaaahhh, this is tooo good to be true.
anyway I better go out chill there. dont want to screw myself. doing anything stupid....
oki
left order to buy more at 1,2875

EU ZORRO 10:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good morning saloniko 2005 nk...1.4688...

Hope everything is ok with you...
All the best for 2005....

gold coast martin 10:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
fwiw......lomg euro////12951...stop....12914.....t/p....13008...initially...
short yen...10295...stop....10328..t/p10232...
G/T

Helsinki iw 10:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
With you there viies, long against 1,2915/25 support. Won´t add below however, think a break could mean further downside towards 1,25ish.

London Iain 10:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Moved eur stop to 1.2890 (if this goes i reckon 1.25/1.26 will be seen) and have added at 1.2045.

Dallas GEP 10:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
YEp Marc, I knew we were at break point BUT I think GBP is heavier than EUR and 6935 support is PRETTY strong, will see.

Antwerp Tom 10:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Well Viies, i was just about to ask you this question...

Tallinn viies 10:42 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
took first part of bubbling euro to my account :)
@1,2945.
will add more near 1,2880/90 area.
good good value in it :)
cheers

Tallinn viies 10:39 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
good day all.
time to collect cheap euros?

gold coast martin 10:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
1238=12038

ICT ML 10:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
wel GEP its trying to break, its got a mini H&S on the hourly and 1.8650 area is the neckline that needs to break to complete the pattern....we'll see.

gold coast martin 10:34 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Dallas GEP 10:27 GMT January 20, 2005

lol.....The direction is with you ...until 1238.......

London. 10:33 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD hits fresh low for 2005 at 1.2947, trader says mkt is very scrappy with short-covering and stop-losses coming from all sides. There is talk of option protection buying around this level but if it fails, major support between 1.2920-00 is likely to be threatened

saloniko 2005 nk...1.4688 10:31 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good Morning..


nk

Dallas GEP 10:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GBP will need to break down for that eur/gbp to work ESPECIALLY of course if Eur keeps shorting

Bcn FXstreet.com 10:27 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Economic Snapshot

Good morning everyone from FXstreet.com. The Crude oil’s failed attempt to breach the $50 level has provided some shorts into play. Trading around the $47.3 level and testing the neckline of what could be a double bottom. Below $45 looks vulnerable again. In the US stock markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped again below the 10.550 level, favoruing its indicators short view. Curerntly trading around 10.540, and in my opninion, a re-test of the 10.500 level could be in cards, followed by a break of it.

Forex Technicals at a glance

Euro/Usd : At the time of this writing, the pair is trading around the 1.2985 level. The single currency is following perfectly what daily technical indicators (and longer term, too) are saying. In my yesterday report I talked about the retracement shown by shorter timeframes, which provided a 100+ pip rebound for the pair. However, the main weigh for the pair at this moment comes from longer term indicators, which are bearish on the EUR against the USD (mainly USD positiveness across the board) What does that mean? It means that, if everything works as indicators tell (that’a always a big “if”), and despite we won’t see a one-way move, longer term indicators will make the pair trade in their direction at a faster pace than shorter timeframe ones. Also bear in mind about my “H&S” theory, which still could be valid. Talking fibo, the EUR is holding below first level of the previous leg, marching and targeting the second one. The fact that we have momentum indicators watch (indicators watch level 2) in a neutral tone, might lead to think there would be a puase in the move. Anyway, please refer to the explanation in the GBP/USD comment for an interesting tip of how to use these indicators.
Moving averages overview : EUR has its 200-day moving average today at 1.2497. 20-day is only 25 pips away from the 50-day, so a cross down may be inminent.
Indicators watch : Indicators watch-level 1 (signal generator): EUR Negative (signaled short on december 31, 2004). Indicators watch-level 2 : EUR Neutral, mixed with divergence between them.

Gbp/Usd : At the time of this writing, the pair is trading around the 1.8660 level. After being the leader yesterday following short term indicators strength, the british currency is again weighed by its negative tone, that can be clearly seen with the cross down of the 20 and 50-day moving averages. Talking fibo, the currency is fighting to hold above the 50% retracement level of the previous upleg, a break there would target the 61.8% level and the major upward trendline around 1.83. Holding the level would make the pair gain momentum substantially. Indicators watch level 2 still show the GBP could gain some strength on a daily basis. However, and as a very important tip when using indicators, momentum indicators may provide false warning / exit signals if the prevailing trend is strong. That’s why in this report there are the 2 types of indicators. In a downtrend, it is always advisable to have both types in the bearish view, viceversa in an uptrend. However, if the trend is strong, trend indicators should prevail in trading considerations rather than momentum ones.
Moving averages overview : GBP has its 200-day moving average today at 1.8351. We already have the confirmation of the 20-day moving average crossing the 50-day on the down.
Indicators watch : Indicators watch-level 1 (signal generator) : GBP Negative (short signal on dec, 20, 2004). Indicators watch-level 2: GBP Positive, showing some strength for the currency.

Usd/Chf : At the time of this writing, the pair is trading around the 1.1875 level. Smilar to the EUR (they have big correlation indeed), the CHF is again on the wall against the USD, which is attempting to break the 1.19 level again. Will it succeed? Well, the nearest resistance is the one provided by the 50% correction of the previous downtrend, around 1.1960. Its technical picture looks in good shape and for the moment it is proving the double-bottom to be valid, same targets as presented the days before should be expected. Regarding its indicators watch, level 2 shows divergence from level 1, similar to what I have explained in the other pairs.
Moving averages overview : USD has its 200-day moving average today at 1.2299. The 20-day holds above the 50-day after the bullish cross a few days ago.
Indicators watch : Indicators watch-level 1 (signal generator) : USD Bullish (signaled long on december 30, 2004). Indicators watch-level 2: USD Neutral, mixed with divergence between them, an alert signal.

Eur/Gbp : At the time of this writing, the pair is trading around the 0.6945 level. Pair is still following its indicators’ bearish tone rather than the bullish moving averages cross, and that is weighing on the pair. Furthermore, the pair has broken down its 50-day moving average support, and though we still have the bullish cross there, if we don’t see a recovery above the 20-day one, it could open the door to test the 0.69 level (lower line of the current uptrend channel).
Moving averages overview : pair has its 200-day moving average at 0.6806 today. The pair is below both its 50-day moving average and its 20-day one, but they still hold a bullish cross. They both still have a bullish cross, but as stated yesterday, there is a clear divergence signal with both indicators watch levels 1 and 2.
Indicators watch : Indicators watch-level 1 (signal generator) : EUR negative (signaled short on january, 10). Indicators Wacth-level 2 : EUR Neutral, changed today.

Indicators watch-Level 1 : Trend indicators Direction, providing some useful investment information.
Indicators watch-Level 2 : Momentum Indicators Direction (working in pairs), providing current market sentiment for the instrument.

Dallas GEP 10:23 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Longed eur/gbp 6947

London. 10:20 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
US Investment EUR/USD Seller Noted, German Name Also Seen

London. 10:18 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR ECON: Nov Trade Surplus Shrinks To EUR 2.9bln Vs EUR 5.7bln

hk new comer 10:11 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Raden Mas. Where's your big seller at 1.2280 on usdcad? interesting contra.

tehran hamid 10:10 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Tacoma Timothy & Haifa ac , thanks.

Ldn 10:08 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GBP/German Name & CTA Selling Weighs - UK Retail Sales

Auckland peat 10:08 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I'm away from my software for a couple of days. Can anyone provide a web chart of Eur/Usd. TIA

Haifa ac 10:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
tehran hamid 09:42 GMT // Just about every day. But today is INAUGURATION speech. See drudge for excerpts. Mostly about democracy and freedom.

Tacoma Timothy 10:04 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hamid,
Inauguration starts at around noon (Eastern Time) ....

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tehran hamid 09:42 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hi all.

Do you know when(clock) is bush talks?(about Iran)

Ldn 09:29 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
ECB Jan Bulletin:Short-term Inflation Pressure Diminished

Ldn 09:29 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
ECB Jan Bulletin:Short-term Inflation Pressure Diminished

London Iain 09:24 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
eur is a buy against 1.2950. This would be, again, for a move much higher, circa 1.33/1.34. The neckline i've been touting was broken but not by much and absolutely no follow through. I see bullish pressure building soon and a good move higher following shortly. As before, only under 1.2950 concerns.

GOES B747 09:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
USA issuing laws to make US names to bring $$$ back home, imagine same law in Japan and/or EU or any other land with positive c/a ... cannot wait to the moment when speculants will declare "USD bull mission done"

gt all

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 09:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
SHORTING CABLE/YEN 193.30 AREA

slv sam 09:12 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
as long as us$ stays below 1.1925 against chf and below 1.2470/80 against cad! then it is a mtter of time before it continue to head down reaching this time 1.38xx!!GT

Hong Kong Qindex 09:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 01:27 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : In other words the market is going to vibrate around the quantized level at 1.2981. The current expected magnitude is 1.2851 - 1.3112.


... // 1.2851* - 1.2884 - 1.2916 - 1.2949 - {1.2981}* - 1.3014 - 1.3047 - 1.3079 - 1.3112* // ...

Hong Kong Qindex 01:12 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : The mid-point reference of 1.2949 // 1.2981 is 1.2965. The low and high of this week is 1.2964 and 1.3119 respectively. The following is still valid :-


Hong Kong Qindex 01:43 GMT January 17, 2005
EUR/USD : Current expected trading ranges are as follow :-


... 1.2949 // {1.2981}* - 1.3014 - 1.3047 - 1.3079 - 1.3112* // 1.3145 ...

Hong Kong Qindex 09:04 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
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Zaporozhye, UA Nemo 08:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin 06:35 GMT January 20, 2005
euro has short term resistance at 12976 which will give it a decent bouce to 13065 max

Still valid? TIA, Martin

Singapore Federico 08:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
This repatriation is more of an artifact stemming from the US contorted tax system (more of a "one time event"), so the underlying structural problem (lack of savings) remains, lest the President really manages to cut that internal deficit.

Syd 08:58 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Johnson & Johnson kicks off US corporate repatriation with announcement it bringing $11bn home. RBC Capital Markets looking for 3M, Pfizer, Eli Lilly to follow suit. Says estimates of total that could come rolling home is over $320bn
Dow Jones

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:56 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
cad still not ok to short...wait till 1.24 +

Hong Kong Qindex 08:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GOES B747 08:49 GMT - Good morning! EUR/USD : It has a long way to go. There is oganic wine.

GOES B747 08:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
good morning Qindex,

do you see EUR/USD mission as done?
by the way, can alcoholic drinks be organic?


tia & gt

Sydney Ge11Ja 08:48 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
So then as a result of all this repatriation we should all be usd bullish as finally the c/a will start to improve ... dramatically even

London aa 08:44 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Syd Gellja/Sing FH
FH is right. It is a direct impact on C/A.
And money supply.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 08:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
GM all..Just shorted Yen target 102

hong kong nt 08:40 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EURO -- price may need to stabilise above 1.303 to qualify for bigger rebound to 1.333...

Singapore FH 08:39 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Sydney,
yes, technically it falls under payment/inflows to parents company from foreign owned subsidiaries or something along those lines.

Sydney Ge11Ja 08:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
London aa 08:33 GMT January 20, 2005

Does that have any impact on current account??

London aa 08:33 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
London/Chicago Irish
The foreign subsidiary profits are most likely already in Dollars.
It then becomes little more than an accounting entry.
Funds are debited (withdrawn) from foreign subsidiary bank account and credited (deposited) into parent company bank account. All in done in New York.
As to potential investment, well I'm sure those funds already in use.

Atlanta-South 08:33 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
San Diego bobl//are u still short EUR/USD? I entered @ 1.3009 & am out @1.2981. I'm in the Fade The Crowd camp also. Works well @ times. GT

London Iain 08:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
sorry, square apart from short eurjpy from just above 136, which is keeping my interest while the USD flails around but net-net does nothing.. still happy looking lower with this cross incidentally.

London Iain 08:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
completely square now after a profitable but dissapointing day yesterday (i was looking for a direct route higher on cable and eur). Now, though, it looks like we're back to general chop phase until market works out which way it goes next. No clear signal for me at present so sidelined.

Atlanta-South 08:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Gold Coast Martin//What can we say? A tip of the hat to you again. Although I don't always trade your calls, I follow & learn.

Sing Suri 08:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Glod Coast Martin - Brilliant call. Congrats.

London. 08:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
London trader looks for EUR/USD to top-out around 1.3020-30, says break below overnight low of 1.2965 should trigger stops toward 1.2920 support. He says early flows look USD positive on his books with bids outnumbering offers. Looks for USD/JPY to rise toward 104.00, cable to fall toward 1.8550 ahead of 1.8450.

Syd 08:07 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
OECD: Japan Economy In Best Condition In Decades

JHB JW 07:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
test

London. 07:55 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
London aa cant see how you can discount that type of inflow

Syd 07:54 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Talk that, S Africa central bank has room to cut repo rate at Feb 8-9 MPC meeting. Rate currently at 7.5%. Soft undertone in manufacturing, need for weaker currency, subdued food prices among major factors justifying cut, threat to 3-6% inflation target non existent

Chicago Irish 07:54 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
aa: that money however has to be re-invested in the US

London aa 07:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
With regards to J&J/Pfizer repatriation:
It is US tax considerations which determines the timing of profits.
Most companies are very risk averse when it comes to FX exposure.
It is most likely the funds are already in US Dollars.
Do not expect any real price effect.

lax-lgb SNP 07:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
sticking to the plan ...

lax-lgb SNP 22:39 GMT January 16, 2005
conti$s giving it up rather easily on Friday + weekly closing formations across the board ... seems its $$$ buying time again

cancel that ... lax-lgb SNP 03:30 GMT January 20, 2005
gbp, aud & chf have managed to retain their positions against the us$ vis-a-vis last week - with less than 48 hrs to go, expect us$ to lose ground

Chicago Irish 07:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Will be interested to see what the other big companies are bringing home...........

Singapore Sfx 07:11 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
indeed - forward and backward integration - so to speak.
but agreed - it IS a chunk of change. bolt from the blue ....

Chicago Irish 07:08 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Aye,between the 2 companies they have you nicely screwed,they get you coming and going SFX :-)

Singapore Sfx 07:06 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Irish -When one considers what the two companies' most "popular" products are - one wud imagine that were was some scope for integration ?

Chicago Irish 07:05 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Thats a fair chunk of change........

gold coast martin 06:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Miami OMIL (/;-> 06:49 GMT January 20, 2005

OMIL...that is why i am yet to commit to a long term positionn on euro....you nailed it on the head regarding the major resistance...of course there minor resistance levels WITHIN the major res.level......so far now trade within these posts and perimeters until major res.is breached.....Keep up the good consistent posts.....Good trades to you........

Ldn 06:59 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
CHART AUD/USD Bouncing off support line of 2-month triangular pattern

Syd 06:51 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Yuan Forwards Rise as Report Fuels Speculation China to Alter Currency Peg
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Miami OMIL (/;-> 06:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Martin my two cents worth on the eur/usd pair is that the key resistance (3115-25 for now) has held in check the bulls from the beginning of the year. It would be a good short on a failure under this resistance IMHO. Pretty popular guy now thanks for your contribution here in the GV. The better the calls get from you the more questions you will have to answer if you don’t mind that LOL. (;-> Peace and GT

Amman wfakhoury 06:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
signals for today :
---------------------
EUR/USD Buy above 1.3025
stop @1.3020 T/p 1.3065-85

---------------------
GBP/USD Buy above 1.8745
stop @ 1.8740 T/p 1.8775-1.8800
----------------------
note : pls confirm each level by the close of 2bars/5mins b4 entry

*******GOOD LUCK ********

Sing Suri 06:38 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin 06:35 GMT January 20, 2005

Thanks - its very clear and convincing. GL.

gold coast martin 06:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Sing Suri 06:24 GMT January 20, 2005
YES...thats the way i said it....euro has short term resistance at 12976 which will give it a decent bouce to 13065 max{it could only be 13045-55) unlike the other 3......at the initial commencent of euro session..then as soon as you reach the target tops in my post cut and reverse......as i am slowly building enough evidence to be able to take a long term euro short position,,,,,,but not yet as i said before....i just see immediate downside bias for euro...with 2 to 3 reversals per day ....due to re-positioning and static liquidity......this mode may be with us well into february with no clear signs of a defining trend......
ALL HAVE A GOOD NIGH/DAY TRADING........G/T

Sing Suri 06:24 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin 02:41 GMT January 20, 2005
Good AFTERNOON.....todays market is shaping up much like yesterdays......with liquidity increasing 1.5 hours before the europen open it would be best to stay flat for now and enter positions then.....euro to re-visit 12976 and trade to 13065....

Martin - directionally you have been dollar bearish for the initial moves in all other three currency pairs - CABLE, YEN AND AUSSIE. But in euro you say it wll revisit 12976 and trade to 1.3065. Do you mean it that way (i.e euro to dip while the others rally against dollar initially at european open)... TIA

San Diego bobl 06:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
london aa...
on eur/jpy multiday priority at this level; a weekly fib study of the real body highs of 2003 and real body lows of 2003 an exact movement high/low and return to high/retracement of 50%. This is classic "range trade behavior" and the trading prowess and fodder of range traders (pun intended). Where are we? in the big picture? I don't know...just the direct middle of the trading range of the last couple of years. Kind of a "neutral" look unless you are looking at something else outside the box. Not to be gagey...but I see something else there that could mean lower prices.

Personally, I love to fade the crowd, and especially like to find stagnet trades that have other attributes, like commercial level of interest. Could be very wrong, but I think we go lower.

gl/gt

london aa 05:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
nyc sa 01:50 GMT January 20, 2005
Qindex , or any other expert , could u plz explain why is euro/yen sticking to 133.59 since a few days hardly moving ?
I'm no expert, but,
You need only to look at the majors EUR/DLR and DLR/YEN to explain the EUR/YEN cross price action. Ask instead why EUR/DLR has traded the 1.3030 area and DLR/YEN the 102.50 area.
1.3030 X 102.50 = 133.56

Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:33 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
FWIW weekly charts show indicators turning bearish for the eur/usd pair but not yet finalized with room to develop in this correction. GT

San Diego bobl 05:28 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good evening from definitely sleepless in San Diego...
FWIW...I am opening some unusual positions, that is full size right now in a couple crosses;

EUR/JPY...sold 133.50 with stop @ 135.2406; that would represent a 2% loss of capital for me in this theme.

EUR/USD...sold 1.3007 with stop @ 1.3216; that would also represent a 2% loss of capital for me.

Both positions sized to risk...2%. I could and will change IF substantial evidence convicts confluence of signals, however, the risk/reward in my system says this is worth the trade for me.

Not a recommendation, just my position right now.

gl/gt

test test 05:24 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
test

Miami OMIL (/;-> 05:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Not much of a bounce from the eur/usd pair and key resistance (3130-40) held back the bulls this time. We are in a crossroads were the first to blink takes the momentum. Right now I have Intra-day indicators trying to unwind from the O/S areas while the daily indicators are running into O/S areas. I would like a better bounce to continue the correction but the fact that the key resistance held back the bulls gives encouragement to the bears. All of this talk is of course technical not really including the effects on the market in the aftermath of key events coming up later this week and month IMHO. Peace and GT

Resistance for eur/usd pair stands now at 3030-40, 3070-80, 3100-10, 3130-40, 3170-80, 3210-20, 3250-60, 3280-90, 3310-20, 3340-50 and 3380-3400.
Retracement numbers are 3415-25, 3260-70, 3140-50, 3020-30 and 2865-75
Second wave retracement numbers are 3320-30, 3100-10, 2940-50, 2770-80 and 2555-65 for now key retracement number is 2940-50.
Resistance T/L 3345-55 and 3610-20 Support T/L 3030-40 and 2810-20 for now.
Support is around the 2990-3000, 2930-40, 2890-2900 and 2850-60 for now key support is around the 2890-2900 area IMHO. GL GT

London NR 05:14 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Short GBP/[email protected] 1.8720 /Target 1.8660-1.8630 then buying for journey onwards to 1.8825.
G.L G.T

Hong Kong Qindex 04:19 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
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Sonofmekel jakarta 03:56 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good morning afternoon evening friends..
Especially to martin, thank u for your review.. highly appreciate..

Syd 03:49 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Option on aud 75 and 79 anyone know when its expiring thanks

Los Angeles ss 03:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Martin -- what is your time frame for your recent GBP analysis, i.e. 1.8825 - 1.8573 range? TIA

indonesia ks 03:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin 02:41 GMT January 20, 2005
Good AFTERNOON.........gbp to re-visit 18828 levels before it retraces to 18574.........

thanks........martin

lax-lgb SNP 03:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gbp, aud & chf have managed to retain their positions against the us$ vis-a-vis last week - with less than 48 hrs to go, expect us$ to lose ground

Singapore Sfx 03:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Austin rb - 0800 gmt - or 0800 Ldn - is about when banks in london are done with their coffee etc and settled into their desks. Some are in a bit earlier in keeping with other parts of europe - say around 0700 gmt. That general zone qud qualify as european open altho nothing written in stone...

Auckland 03:30 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
7.00 GMT

Austin rb 03:26 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Is 0900 gmt considered the european open thanks

nyc Joel 03:16 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Ladies and gentlemen
Play the history of the past 2 years
The dollar will stay relatively bid / range during the first quarter
1.28-1.33 range and then look for a 1.40 attack later on in the year

Auckland 03:10 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin
thank you very much...GL/GT

gold coast martin 03:01 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Auckland 02:47 GMT January 20, 2005

HI...my real name is......Martin...i am not a broker......i do run a fund.....i am just happy to help by just posting on FF as i have before...my way of giving back what market has given me,,,,,,,,,trade safe......g/t.......

Auckland 02:57 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
I'm looking some more information about "SONIA" and "EUONIA". Does anybody have/know advice/www
Many thanks..GL/GT

Auckland 02:47 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
gold coast martin good afternoon mate... Please tell me, if you dont mind is Martin name of the company you are doing for (Martin Brokers) or just login name
thanks GL/GT

gold coast martin 02:41 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Good AFTERNOON.....todays market is shaping up much like yesterdays......with liquidity increasing 1.5 hours before the europen open it would be best to stay flat for now and enter positions then.....euro to re-visit 12976 and trade to 13065...gbp to re-visit 18828 levels before it retraces to 18574........YEN to re-visit 10227-34 levels before anothe trip to 10286...aud to re--visit 7625 before retracing to 7561......please note to enter all trades 1.5 hour before european open.......g/t and trade safe........

Hong Kong Qindex 02:03 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
There is a technical problem in my office and I will be back after lunch time.

Hong Kong Qindex 01:52 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
nyc sa 01:50 GMT - EUR/JPY is not on the driver's seat for the time being. It will move down later.

nyc sa 01:50 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Qindex , or any other expert , could u plz explain why is euro/yen sticking to 133.59 since a few days hardly moving ?

london, herts jr 01:43 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Drackner...with this repatriation two companies announcing 29 bill and 11 bill dolls back to states think the top side limited...and we attack down side levels still

Hong Kong Qindex 01:38 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD : In other words the market is going to vibrate around the quantized level at 1.2981. The current expected magnitude is 1.2851 - 1.3112. (Based on my projected cycle profiles and the daily high low, I would assume that major market makers are now controlling the dowaward trending movement).



... // 1.2851* - 1.2884 - 1.2916 - 1.2949 - {1.2981}* - 1.3014 - 1.3047 - 1.3079 - 1.3112* // ...


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nyc Joel 01:37 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Belize
You are saying we will see euro at 1.33 tomorrow?

Belize Drackner 01:21 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Tomorrow EUR/USD to 1.33.
Lowest US p2dry ever - 11AM ZULU

Hong Kong Qindex 01:13 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 01:12 GMT January 20, 2005
EUR/USD : The mid-point reference of 1.2949 // 1.2981 is 1.2965. The low and high of this week is 1.2964 and 1.3119 respectively. The following is still valid :-


Hong Kong Qindex 01:43 GMT January 17, 2005
EUR/USD : Current expected trading ranges are as follow :-


... 1.2949 // {1.2981}* - 1.3014 - 1.3047 - 1.3079 - 1.3112* // 1.3145 ...

indonesia ks 00:35 GMT January 20, 2005 Reply   
good morning all,

eur/usd, gbp/usd ..... have u reviewed ?

thanks,

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I doubt if Ashraf Laidi's data moved the market...more like Fed Beige Book.

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The forex forum is where traders come to discuss the forex market. It is one of the few places where forex traders of all levels of experience, from novice to professionals, interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading. There is also the GVI Forex, which is a private subscription service where professional and experienced currency traders meet in a private forex forum. it is like a virtual forex trading room. This is open to forex traders of all levels of experience to view but only experienced currency tradingprofessionals can post.

Currency Trading

Currency trading charts are updated daily using the forex trading ranges posted in the Global-View forex database. You will also find technical indicators on the fx trading charts, e.g. moving averages for currencies such as the EURUSD. This is another forex trading tool provided by Global-View.com.

Forex Brokers

The forex database can be used to access high, low, close daily forex ranges for key currency pairs, such as the EURUSD, USDJPY, USDCHF, GBPUSD, USDCAD, AUD, NZD and major crosses, including EURJPY, EURGBP, EURCHF, GBPJPY, GBPCHF and CHFJPY. Data for these currency trading pairs dating back to January 1, 1999 can be downloaded to an Excel spreadsheet.

Forex Trading

Forex chart points are in a currency trading table that includes; latest fx tradinghigh-low-close range, Bollinger Bands, Fibonacci retracement levels, daily forex pivot points support and resistance levels, average daily forex range, MACD for the different currency trading pairs. You can look on the forex forum for updates when one of the fx trading tools is updated.

FX Trading

Global-View also offers a full fx trading chart gallery that includes fx pairs, such as the EURUSD, commodities, stocks and bonds. In a fx trading world where markets are integrated, the chart gallery is a valuable trading tool. Look for updates on the Forex Forum when the chart gallery is updated.

Forex Blog

Global-View.com also offers a forex blog, where articles of interest for currency trading are posted throughout the day. The forex blog articles come from outside sources, including forex brokers research as well as from the professionals at Global-View.com. This forex blog includes the Daily Forex View, Market Chatter and technical forex blog updates. In additional to its real time forex forum, there are also Member Forums available for more in depth forex trading discussions.

 

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