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Forex Forum Archive for 01/22/2005

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Hong Kong Qindex 17:42 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 17:41 GMT January 22, 2005
USD Index : The current expected trading ranges from my monthly cycle are as follow :-


... 81.56 // 82.25 - 83.62 - 84.30 - {84.98}* // 85.66 ...

Halifax CB 17:23 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
anyone considering using ny's scam service, please condisder these points:

1) They don't make enough money to afford anything more than a free, slow, ppo-up laden website. That in itself says a good deal about their ability.

2) They can't afford to advertise, so they have to spam groups like the FF, See #1

3)There are no contact names or addresses posted on their site. Gee, wonder why?

4)There are no broker certified results, only onew they are kind enough to make up for our entertainment. Hmmm, go figure...

Anyway, ny, it's good for a laugh.





Haifa ac 17:20 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
ny 16:07 GMT January 22, 2005
".... forexxx.com is great to me and thats all that counts."//
LOL/ Like Chico Escuela, "Baseball been bery, bery good to me."

Amman wfakhoury 17:18 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
that is not true...I tried them , most of given signals
were wrong ,the performance mentioned on the web site
are not the same as signals.

NY NY 15:29 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
NY - sounds like a scam to be honest.

Mentions a casino at the bottom of the 'home' page...that is more like it!

They are making ALL these pips and can only afford a free hotmail or yahoo email address.

Something is wrong here!!!!!!

HK [email protected] 13:11 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
KEEP IT SIMPLE.

USDX (after a strong uptrend)

EURO (after a strong downtrend)

Those charts point to a....Pivot Point Reversal.

Thus for trhe next few days Euro and USDX are pointing to a weaker USD.

From that initial thinking one may derive his own targets. GL/GT for all.

lax-lgb SNP 12:29 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
this has been an interesting week trade-wise

/$ & $/chf have stayed true to course while rate-differentials have undoubtedly supported /$ and aud/$ - nonetheless next week i'll be focussing more on these carry-trade opportunities

also since there's a major blizzard in the N.E states, i think they should make long-haired Mukluk boots mandatory (made of seal or reindeer skin) ... apparently they're quite the rage already but WTF in their right mind wants to look like a bloody French poodle is beyond moi ! ;-)

test 10:48 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
test

hong kong nt 10:23 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
EURO -- weekly close above 5-day sma, likely to see 1.300-1.325 weekly range...

Eilat Dolphin 09:45 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
OMIL/ You should cut short all your STN/KDN position, (stone/kidney). The next day you'd be back positive. ;^)

Hong Kong Qindex 09:41 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
EUR/USD : The market movement of last week can be descibed by the following equation :-


Hong Kong Qindex 09:39 GMT January 22, 2005
EUR/USD : Quantized Levels of Monthly Cycle


... 1.2851 // 1.2916 - 1.2949 - 1.2981 - 1.3014 - 1.3047 // 1.3112 ...

Haifa ac 06:54 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
Dublin CK 20:29 GMT January 21, 2005
Id prefer "The Good, the Bad and the FOREX Ugly" // Both teach us similar lessons. High Noon was black and white movie so it is a little starker. The GBU has much more humor in it and you have to read between the lines. It relates very much to Forex where sifting the wheat from the chaff is probably the hardest thing to do. When Soros told the Japanese (whose investements stunk to high heaven)
"in production you have to do things right...
In Investments you have to do the RIGHT THING"
He alluded precisely to HIGH NOON pardigm.

Houston 04:38 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
test

Halifax CB 03:52 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
sorry, that second link is HERE

Halifax CB 03:50 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
San Francisco 00:22 GMT January 22, 2005
Eurusd is in a moderately rare situation, coming off a a large peak. Now I haven't run a statistical analysis (yet) but eyeballing the chart of the weeklies indicates that once a movement of this magnitude, on this pair, gets going, it takes at least a quarter to get back into an uptrend.
If you put that in the context of things like repatriations (that seem to be on a lot of minds) - if they have to be done by March 31st (or whenever, those of you who know economics help me out here please..) then it would appear that sooner rather than later would be the time to transfer those euros back into dollars. I think those sorts of things will help force the pair down faster, particularly in the st.

FWIW, my chart indicated a big move down later in the day today after an upswing; I put in a sell entry order at 1.304 which got taken at 16:30 GMT (right about on schedule). ( Later I realized I had messed up the estimates of the length of the p&f cycles, but I'll hold on to that over the weekend. That one & my GBPUSD order are the (only) two I can crow about today (I put in a buy order last night based on the low of this chart. The timing was off but the direction & the low were right on, though the high was a bit, ahem, overestimated...)

Those were the good ones, the bad ones (especially one on a reversal that didn't happen on usdjpy), welllll.... guess those are learning experieces...

melbourne farmacia 03:23 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 16:12 GMT January 21, 2005
melborne farmacia..where art thou?
Sorry mate, had one eye watching Agassi, other on cable train.. back monday.

ICT ML 22:20 GMT January 21, 2005 - agree regarding Gbp/Usd assessment. GT

San Francisco 00:22 GMT January 22, 2005 Reply   
The EUR hit a 90 day SMA and bounced up and hit a 7 day EMA on the Daily Chart. Stochastics are below 20. It says "up" right?

The EUR hit 1.3060 like a brick wall and stopped. Stochastics are at 80. It says "down" right?

What will happen on Monday: Up or Down? Why? Any thoughts?

 




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