User Name: Password:      Register - Lost password?

2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008  2009  2010  2011  2012  2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  2018  2019  
January  February  March  April  May  June  July  August  September  October  November  December  
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Forex Forum Archive for 09/14/2006

Pick a date from the header above to view forum postings for that day.
Click here to join the Live Forex Forum.


Syd 23:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
AUD/USD Above 0.7550 Erodes Bearish Outlook

USA Zeus 23:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Good morning all.

Nice lucky surprises today-

Left mechanical trailers in place and triggred GBP/USD long exit at 1.8907.
Also my gold short from 720's triggered trailing stops when passed thru 577.70. Trailing tight mechanically there now.

GT

Philadelphia Caba 23:21 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Chuck, if are you around, your view on eur/chf and gbp/chf is welcome!

Philadelphia Caba 23:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
NY MMM 23:09 GMT
kiwi looks a bit bullish in m/t to me, but everything depends on overall $ direction, imho....0.6 first or 0.7, that is the question....sorry, can't help now..flat on kiwi.

Sydney ACC 23:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hk ab 23:10 GMT September 14, 2006
What it does need is liquidity.
IF RBNZ intervened the darned thing would fall 5 cents. But don't wait around for that they haven't done that at anytimne since it floated 20 years ago.

houston st 23:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   

nat gas charts/commentary updated...gl/gt.

hk ab 23:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
are there any option barrier upside on kiwi? this rocket needs fuel.

NY MMM 23:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hi caba :

whats your view on kiwi now?

thanks

Syd 23:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Currencies
Euro Gains Against Dollar, Yen as Trichet Signals Higher Interest Rates The euro gained against the dollar and yen after European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet reiterated the need for ``strong vigilance'' on inflation, signaling the bank will continue raising interest rates.

Chinese Move on Yuan Trading Band May Be `Imminent,' Bank of America Says China's central bank may be preparing for an ``imminent'' widening of the yuan's trading band, according to Bank of America Corp.
Chinese Move on Yuan Trading Band May Be `Imminent,' Bank of America Says China's central bank may be preparing for an ``imminent'' widening of the yuan's trading band, according to Bank of America Corp.
Blooms

MALAYSIA 22:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
figueira da foz $$$$$.

HOW DO YOU GET THE ENGLISH VERSION. SORRY FOR THE CAPS AND THANKS

malaysia 22:52 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
LKWD JJ,

Thanks for the great tips you are giving me. I really appreciate it, so the good point to buy usd/chf. thanks again

Sydney ACC 22:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba 22:36 GMT September 14, 2006
No, not smart enough to do that.

Philadelphia Caba 22:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ACC, so do you quit trading kiwi?

Sydney ACC 22:23 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I have heard a rumour a large US investment bank is 20 yards short in the Kiwi. lat night when the NZD/USD broke 0.6600 thgey were on the bid driving it up to 0.6652.

If true this is an incredible exposure to a country with a population just over 4 million, comparable to that of Sydney.

In any event, beware trading the Kiwi at any time.

LKWD JJ 22:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
can this report in japan tonight be an earth mover? or will it get a backseat infront of the g7?

LKWD JJ 21:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cancelled my sell @70 in cable.

poland piotr 21:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
out from long usd-jpy at 117,56

PHX RuGO 21:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 10:47 GMT September 14, 2006

No question that a great deal of caution must be taken when dealing with so many probable and improbable scenarios. However, the system works, as the technical and fundamental elements are still there! What seems to be changing, are the rules of engagement!

The increasing numbers of speculators in this market have created a feeding frenzy fueled at both ends of the equation by greed, inexperience, and deception. With so much at stake (salaries, quotas, bonuses, marketing costs, etc.), the power brokers along with their cronies (i.e. ghost software developers, lecturers and advisers with questionable credentials, and new media/news channels) are finding more and more creative ways of “manipulating” the system at every stage of engagement.

Take this forum for example! It is riddled with ever-changing names and postings that are just as deceptive as they are disruptive. The ones who contribute on a limited basis, do so for very apparent reasons: (1) have real work to do (market related or otherwise) and (2) have real lives to live. Should note here that I still have the utmost respect for the founders and the long time contributors and that even though I am a bit hesitant to even draw this parallel due to the fact that I’ve seen this forum’s fondness for ‘angry mob justice’, I feel that it is in every noob’s interest to be aware of disclaimers. Even those related to public forums ;-)

The new FX media channels are a joke! Take their data (often regurgitated in a broken-record fashion) and their timing and compare it to the well established feeds and you will get some very surprising results. And if you wonder how some of them can still stay in business and “compete”… well, I’m sure that even the 1.5 point spreads cover their exorbitant appetite! Those brokers that sell you on the idea that their newsfeed comes from a reputable house are also quick to point out that you should check out their live commentary feed. I often ponder how much it costs to have a live commentary, especially when such commentary is released in several languages? Clearly, there’s no need to ask how they justify the expense…

I hope you will continue to post your views with the same unwavering commitment just as much as I hope the aromas of cheap java blends do not intoxicate you or some of those who have come to appreciate the true qualities of Juan Valdez!

London Gooner 21:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore GFX 19:38 GMT September 14, 2006

The risk has increased that GBP over extended. As FM posted 1.8780 is good place to profit on short or cut some of the possies.

I would take 2/3 on this level if seen and leave rest with b/e s/l.

Normally 1.8880/85 was the hard level to trigger GBP uptrend again so I agree with FM that the prices above were doing a bit too much. 1.8780 if breaks then sell again for 1.8710 initially but that would break easy.

EURUSD struggling too much for my liking to long if confirms that inability to regain 1.2725 is bearish I can't Cable hanging up there too long and possible quick move back to 1.8640 is not impossible.


London Gooner 21:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
shanghai beyond_destiny 20:04 GMT September 14, 2006

EURGBP risks 6720 may be 6690 before turning. It is displaying daily RSI positive divergence - I am waiting for a last prob down to long it. That's why I think EURUSD has another low to make now.

LKWD JJ 21:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
MALAYSIA i would like to sell gbp if it comes back up and touches 10day ma on hourly chart @70 . will take a few pips if theyre out there.

LKWD JJ 21:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
BLOOMBERG HAS A MISTYPE ON ITS HOME PAGE DOW -11400 @ 122.09. DONT WORRY THE WORLD ISNT OVER

London Gooner 21:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
LKWD JJ 20:21 GMT September 14, 2006

I never trade Swissie but looks set for 1.2635 on daily since 1.2440 held beautiffuly today.

LKWD JJ 20:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
last time this happened when swissy started to move cable collapsed and dollaryen took off.

LKWD JJ 20:21 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
gooner if your still here a question. what is usdchf telling us with this move to the highs?

Lahore FM 20:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
gbpusd found solid restance at 1.8880/90 with a spike to 1.8920 to top the whole affair.the consolidation is likely to see it down to 1.8780 beofre fresh upmove starts.

LKWD JJ 20:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
malaysia look at the swiss chart. its also a carry trade vehicle. as evident with todays news of a hike and it still loses ground against usd and eur. look at the chart pattern consolidation and then a breakout with a retest. looks like it wants to go higher and behaving from a ta standoint. the target is pretty far from here with good footing around todays lows. the pips are less then $1 a peice.per $10000. i think theres less volatility and a smaller daily range so its a good place for newbies. unless you time zone is better with the aussie. you have to realize also that chart time frames can make a difference as well, smaller increments have more buy sell signals than longer ones which are you more comfortable with?

shanghai beyond_destiny 20:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
BA
---------------------------------------------------------
shanghai beyond_destiny 18:26 GMT September 14, 2006
just sold third L cable with >10 s/l , t/p around 1.88
---------------------------------------------------------

Likely to close this 1/3 as it moves very slowly and is possibly a retracement before re-test.

still keep the t/p of rest at 1.874

Buenos Aires 20:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
beyond_destiny

so you will close it if you see a bounce at that levels back to 8850 f.e.?

shanghai beyond_destiny 20:04 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London Gooner 19:29 GMT September 14, 2006

your comment is helpful and appreciative. What's your view on eurgbp?

shanghai beyond_destiny 20:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hold the cable shorts and watch the development of euro at the meantime, it will encounter resistance at 8825-8845 area and a strong bounce here may re-test the high daily high.

LKWD JJ 19:50 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
malaysia the resistance is 18900-20 area. 50 pips above mkt. which means you can be out 40 bucks minimum if it goes to 90 and reverses. how much lower can it go or will it continue up from here? risk tolerance is key now. the supprts/resitance havent moved only the mkt.

Cannes Oil man 19:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Very interesting scenario here..
A thin currency moved all over the place and the superweights not moving..Which has been the case for 3 months apart from the JPY pairs.
I m going to give the benefit of the doubt to the €$ , has my model is still long on it..Even though a 60 pips move on €$, isnt much exiting...
Another thing to see , i posted about all this guys selling the GBP$ last week, and as everyone can see , they were all stopped (so was i , even though my case does not relate to current story)..
Very nice Stop cleaning, Where's the Trend?..

Back tommorrow.

Lahore FM 19:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
flat on euro**

Singapore GFX 19:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London Gooner,

You think cable will mostly likely be downtrend? Euro I think unless it breaks the1.2739 level will continue its downtrend to 1.2680. Pls comment. thanks

Lahore FM 19:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore GFX 19:36 GMT September 14, 2006
flat on euor have other trades to sort.i occasionally post when i can find time for it.

Singapore GFX 19:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Lahore FM,

So long on eur/usd??.

Lahore FM 19:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Lahore FM 20:04 GMT September 13, 2006
correction**

Lahore FM 20:02 GMT September 13, 2006
1.2694 good for 1.2820 with 1.2670** for stop i feel.


closed at 1.2734 a while back.but was initiated at 1.2691 not 94.

London Gooner 19:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Much depends on EUR now. Cable most of the time either lags or extends. The last Cable rally occured in 2 phases - It first lagged til it broke 1.7900/35 double top the caught up with USD bearish move. Cable does not lead trends and will not do for a long time because it is a major but not that liquid. Best to trade it relative to EUR levels
As an EUR closing below its 100d SMA and below 1.2725 again
suggests Cable has over extended and will also resume the recent bearish move just to catch up with EUR lows sub 1.2600 if gets there. No garantee at this stage off course but EUR seems to want to have opened its low bollinger band by damaging that 100d SMA and not regaining it with also weekly SMA10 & 20 only 2 pips apart about to cross with stall today at 1.2750 area. That's where I see risk Cable has overshot a bit. Also USD strengh against JPY seems intact in its recent trend. Though watching this pair closely now as RSI3 daily shows signs of negative divergence but think only worth a short above 118.50 which implies risk of a bit more USD strengh.

malaysia 19:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Madrid MM,

Thanks for the link you gave me. Very helpful for a starter like me.

LKWD JJ,
So this is good point to short cable? tia

LKWD JJ 19:23 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
shorted cable @ 05 only to cover at 90. malaysia 187.40 was the spot for a long as discussed yesterday up here @ 65-70 has added risk. thacharts show 18900-20 as resistance pointed out by many here already.1hr bollinger bands were overbought @ 05. which is also another reason for shorts up there. do you like jigsaw puzzles? the mkt needs a few pieces to be put into place to see the whole picture.

madrid mm 19:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
When (Forex) Trading is like Dating…

See help forum to have a bit of fun !!!

Remember, love what you do and do what you love.

Good night

hk ab 19:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
eur/chf marching towards 1.6

Singapore GFX 18:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Looks like cable started downtrend descend but till ????

Fin Zeonce 18:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Goal, 10pips at 1.8880 from 90

London Gooner 18:42 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Sorry -

added at 1.8905 as posted a few hours ago - not 1.9005 -

London Gooner 18:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Added to short Cable @ 1.9005 on top of 1.8885. Very decent size there with s/l above 1.8960 for now.

I trade a stall at regaining 1.8900 on consistant basis with EUR now tested 1.2750 which is a stall potential area too.

Sort term I have doubts EUR can make it up to resume long term ambitions. The long running SHS seems to play stronger short term pressure to neckline direction. Fundamentally a bit of USD selling ahead of G7 is no big surprise but I think G7 won't do like last time as it is not the flavour anymore that officals talking move the markets a lot. Recently we have the market moving by its on speculation not by the words of officials I noticed (Trichet little impact, Ben little impact, Paulson little impact etc...). Seems we are very data driven and it boils to inflation related releases only, the rest don't seem to count for a penny.

gl/gt to all.

hk ab 18:39 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
KL//I found it's quite uneasy to long gold here.

kiwi starts waning. But the break of aud/nzd 1.15 will fuel a lot of strength and propel it to .7 (luckily).

CT Cris 18:30 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
the coming path of cable , will confirm the coming direction ,
if price moves up , then we shall buy , if goes down then will
sell.

shanghai beyond_destiny 18:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
just sold third L cable with >10 s/l , t/p around 1.88

buy if break 1.8925

CT Cris 18:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SIngapore GFX 18:11 GMT September 14, 2006
Cris, Ct

Is cable short or long tia



the uptrend in cable turned into very thin path , I recommend all to exit , to see the next direction after this thin path.

SIngapore GFX 18:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cris, Ct

Is cable short or long tia

malaysia 18:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
is it good to buy cable long at this level

Montreal EW 17:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
never underestimate her majesty's move, if it manages to stabilise above 1.8880, i think it has a very good chance to go beyond 1.8950 area, as Oil man said as well, 1.91 is on the card

shanghai beyond_destiny 17:41 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
This cable move may be short-lived as the euro stalls and eurgbp is likely to turn bullish in mid-term. Possibly a fake break and may see a 100+ pip retracement by the end of the week.

Short cable again, adjust t/p to 1.874

GER ad 17:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
XAU
1/2 position closed at 580.20
S/L moved at cost

Gen dk 17:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Tonbridge AL 17:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 14:42 GMT August 24, 2006
Chuck,any update on coffee pls. perhaps you could respond on the futures forum.

Plovdiv Gotin 17:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
If 1.2732 hold we cud see 1.2767 at least, today.

madrid mm 17:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
well well well !!!
NZD crosses traders must had have a field day, ie a time of unusual pleasure and success / unsuccess !!
Wheer was i to miss all the action !!! LOL

GER ad 17:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Long XAU at 578.20
S/L under 575

hk ab 17:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
which market is smaller? kiwi or gold?

Helsinki iw 17:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
That was during the Reagan era, now I just chat with Vegas cokeheads on the internet.

hk ab 17:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I really suspect that OBL is already captured.....

hk ab 17:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cancel the limit, the indicators are not supporting the positions.

gooten slotten 17:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Helsinki iw 17:05 GMT September 14, 2006
Remind you of your nightly habits?

PAR 17:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Imho Paulson just loves Chinese food and thats why he s going so often to China and will not press the Chinese.

hk ab 17:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
lower entry to 575

Helsinki iw 17:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Unless Paulson is implementing a pump and dump scheme?

PAR 17:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Nothing will come out of G7 Singapore meeting. G7 meetings are just an exotic way to spent taxpayers money and to increase budget deficits. Lets stay with Paulsons strong dollar policy.

poland piotr 16:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
long usd-jpy at 49 sl 31
glgt

Miami OMIL (/:-> 16:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Mid to short term view: Gold is testing main support (570-80) with indicators in the O/S area but no sign of a bounce yet. Buy on failed dips until this main support is taken out. Resistance is around the 595-600, 605-10, 615-20 and 630-35 for now IMHO. Peace and GT

Fin Zeonce 16:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
KL; how much is deal in - when you buy or sell one lot of Gold? I have been looking that but not sure how much the deal is gonna be in minus when you make one?..
And is Gold pips point zero or before point numbers/value?

-Zeonce

KL KL 16:50 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ok long gold 582.4

poland piotr 16:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
buy again usd-jpy at 117,48 sl 117,31

KL KL 16:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ab

getting ready to long gold

Fin Zeonce 16:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cable: 1,8890 @ 1,8880, just short 10pips

poland piotr 16:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
entry stop sell order usd-jpy 117,30 sl 117,80

poland piotr 16:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
out her from
long usd-jpy at 55
long usd-chf at 92

holding long eur-usd from40 and 45

glgt

KL KL 16:35 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hk ab

I am playing the range extreme of 591-580.....either selling near the top or buying near the low and using momentum. Also if after entry i get 300-600 pips I take it and wait again...ninja style is best until it break this range. I think still need for deck clearing which may or may not happen. Also very tight SL. Ideally I like to see gold go lower and crude is supporting but not currency.....so hope it helps.....its all stuff up this week!!....LOL

Thus my decision to short gbpusd!!...lets see moving sl to 1.8896..gl gt

hk ab 16:31 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
VIX is very low.

hk ab 16:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
TAke a bold limit on gold long 580

Very tight stop.

ca 16:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
heh i feel sorry for the guy that went short gbpusd earlier today with profit target 1.84

Miami OMIL (/:-> 16:28 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Short term view: gbp/usd has to stay above the main support (8830-40) for the bulls to consolidate this move. Resistance holding them back is 8900-10 (tested once) and the indicators that are in O/B area and looking for a dip. Eur/usd needs to stay above the 2690-2700 support but the first test of the key resistance (2750-60) has failed with the main resistance (2770-80) waiting to be tested. If gbp/usd pair stays above the main support it is a good indication that the eur/usd pair will break the main resistance. For now I would wait on buying the gbp/usd pair until it has proven that the main support is solid for now. Eur/usd is still sell on failed rallies until the main resistance is broken IMHO. Let's hope that the market is ready to breakout of the range and give us some nice moves and a trend to work with. Peace and GT

Gen dk 16:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

hk ab 16:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
KL//Can you elaborate your view on gold please?

I have a note on the aud/nzd 1.1155 as a projected bottom for this month. See if we can get it this week or next.

KL KL 16:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ok top of the day!!

Short cable 1.8888 sl 1.89.....I am sure many got burnt today....nothing sure in this game and SL & ninja is the only way to survive.

Gold and crude is behaving rather uniquely....lets face it ....everything seems stuffed!!!...LOL..gl gt

CT Cris 16:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
buy now 18885 tp 18920.

Bangkok In The City of Angel... 16:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Short more USD/CHF on 1.2497... still looking for 1.2425 by tomorrow... GL GT

LKWD JJ 16:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
just staying afloat with swiss and yen while averaging out in cable .a little under water.

USA Zeus 15:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
LKWD JJ 15:43 GMT September 14, 2006

JJ- gotta make this quick since the GV mercenaries are kilting their skirts up.
Trailing longs in the usual suspects (EUR/USD, GBP/USD) from a couple of days ago as a dynamic breakout. Had a few lucky counter thundercracks for some performance enhancement today. Also have some gold short from the 720's that were enhanced with an extra daytrade drill down short position from 596 covered the extras at 585 (see Futures forum).

Guess all has been pretty lucky since yesterday was in a deadlock and today did pull thru for the Toby Crabel traders.

Hope your day went well?

GT :-)

Bangkok In The City of Angel... 15:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Long from 1.2695 still hold, still looking for 12275 before square out, maybe move to higher depends on the market movement, STP move to 12725... GL GT

LKWD JJ 15:43 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
usa zeus hows the crush thunder today?

CT Cris 15:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
still in uptrend

USA Zeus 15:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
See the london smog is rolling in like Pete Doherty.

tchau

LKWD JJ 15:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
malaysia thats right 189.10 not 188.10 on your screen. hope you pocketed a few pips !!!

Cannes Oil man 15:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I have resistances:

1.2753->1.2770->1.2832->1.2890...

hk ab 15:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
small short eur 1.2740.

hk ab 15:30 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
kiwi will continue its poping when the hrly 5 and 10 ma's come closer.

USA Zeus 15:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Helsinki iw 15:19 GMT September 14, 2006

LOL- Actually ulike the pride of Finland- valmet and Elcat, Toyotas and magnetometers seem to never break.

hk ab 15:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Watch gold. double bottom or freefall.

Cannes Oil man 15:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I have to say , I m a bit skeptic about this bearish usd move.
GBP$ did move and break above the bearish resistances, however €$ the superweight hasnt moved much...And until it does it's just a very thin gbp$ stop run.
It's easy to move the gbp$ , but €$ , is another matter.
Thinned a few euro$ with some meagre pips here.

london 15:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Helsinki iw 15:19 GMT September 14, 2006
no...its a by-product of Las Vegas pills...

Helsinki iw 15:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
What is a fulcrum quadratic fractal magnetometer? Something new from Toyota?

Cannes Oil man 15:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
It must stay above 1.8820 to keep the bullish tone.

Cannes Oil man 15:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Looks ready to pop to 1.9135..

ca 15:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
its hard for the market to resist the mysterious yet beloved 7777777777777

hk ab 15:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
that dlr/cad shorts look great now.

USA Zeus 15:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Almost feels like EUR/USD is being pulled by the 1.2777 fulcrum quadratic fractalized magnetometer. Not sure if we'll get there today but...

LKWD JJ 15:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable should not print 189.20. broken uptrendline resistance

Buenos Aires 15:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Oil Man

your view on gbp now?

Cannes Oil man 15:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
out GBP$ 10 pips, and buying more ozi.

GL , watching now, well stocked.

USA Zeus 15:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Supporting GBP/USD now trailing @ 1.8877

Cannes Oil man 14:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Bought 1.8900 GBP$.

poland piotr 14:55 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
entry stop buy eur-usd 1,2745 sl 1,2715 tp 1,2820

Cannes Oil man 14:54 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Bought more €$ 1.2728.
Bought more Ozi 7544.



poland piotr 14:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
buy usd-jpy 117,50 sl 117,15

poland piotr 14:39 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
buy usd-chf 1,2490 sl 1,2430

London Gooner 14:35 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Buenos Aires 12:43 GMT September 14, 2006

I am short @ 1.8885 with s/l 1.9030 will add on 4H and Fibo @
1.9005 with same s/l if seen.
Initial target is 1.8780 but with EUR failing so far we could return
to 1.8640 (100d SMA & Lower Bollinger).

With the current last 3 day move if GBP is to go to 1.8550 that would mean a EUR sub 1.2555

Lahore FM 14:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Lahore FM 07:20 GMT September 14, 2006
For a third day running gbpusd and contis look good for rise.though only gbpusd has risen last three days.

With the us session other currencies have joined in more openly and selling USD has clearly become a viable option.

USA Zeus 14:30 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
GBP/USD- See 1.8861 as important support

LDN Anonymous 14:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London Gooner 14:09 What do you see for GBP/USD?

USA Zeus 14:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 14:06 GMT September 14, 2006
If GBP/USD can't cut thru today's high it may get re-drilled down
------------------------------

trend remains intact but stops are trailed tight as it is currently diverging.
1.8854 is the current dynamic trend threshhold.

hk ab 14:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
kiwi was sold on too many rumours in the past two months. It takes time to clean out those stale shorts.

Just wonder how those short"ed" at 6460 survived today's attack. Gold is the same manner but the other direction.

London Gooner 14:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
The EURUSD seem to have falsly broken this week triangle on the upside and was capped by the 100d SMA and trades below for the 4th day. MACD in sell zone on daily, RSI3 on 50 mark while price has not moved up in last 4 days. The 10d SMA crossed 20 & 30 last friday and now just above the 50 looking to cross soon as well.
Still below its brokken TL. Don't like the weak bounces we've had since last friday low.
Will stop longing EUR for now as there too many negative factors signals and no orders to short USD on this pair for now.
We could see some selling from later on today.

USA Zeus 14:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
If GBP/USD can't cut thru today's high it may get re-drilled down

The Netherlands Purk 14:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Loonie: well well that 20 pip move became a 30 pip move, think that where some heavier dudes liked that bottom... now let us see what the last move has in line for us.
Waiting for the last attack on e/j also. Beast has to close above 222 for that...

Philadelphia Caba 14:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba 10:17 GMT
Got out of kiwi short.

GER ad 13:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
GBP/CHF,
Out at 2.3592

hk ab 13:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
kiwi might leave the mass and rally alone till Oct.

poland piotr 13:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
sell again eur-usd 1,2713 sl 1,2740

mybe this time ???

glgt

hk ab 13:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I am not too eur bearish but at least, I don't see it's the right level to go long yet.

USA Zeus 13:43 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
sydney gvm 13:27 GMT September 14, 2006

gvm- suppose you mean the Sterling data head fake on data release?
If so was a lucky thunderstike too...

USA Zeus 09:02 GMT September 14, 2006

Sometimes I post ordinary intra-day trend trades and other times offer the rapid thundercracker ATM patterns- no room to post all trade ideas so alternating various types a few here and there etc

GT :-)

dc CB 13:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
read this earlier in madrid's daily early AM summary, thought it was worth reposting due to loonie lunacy.

IMF says disorderly global adjustment could trigger "substantial further appreciation" of CAD

Philadelphia Caba 13:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Shorted gbp/chf at 2.3600 and eur/chf 1.5900 with 50 pips s/l.

USA Zeus 13:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
The Netherlands Purk 13:17 GMT September 14, 2006
You’re too much- People like you give us all hope!
Three cheers

las vegas DJS 13:16 GMT September 14, 2006
censored good call (forecast)! Do you have inside information or is your trading platform that good (sensitive) ????? Good job !!!!!!!
----------------------------
wow wow. Thx for nice comment- am in a thunderous blush.
G Std Dev’s!

moscow mi 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006
Great news!!
Call it “East meets West” in a tag-team dealer takedown!

GT! :-)

The Netherlands Purk 13:28 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
moscow mi 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006

Right Mi, enjoy the pips stay with two feet on the ground and we will be fine. Keep on the watch for certain levels in e/j because as volley will vanish from out of this pair, little movements are followed.... Rangetrading.
Loonie is becoming more interesting, but i will wait for this evening to confirm a low.

moscow mi 13:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
The Netherlands Purk 13:17 GMT - yesterday's posi was closed yesterday +10 and todays from 149.14 was closed at 50 & 60 ;)

Remember pattern descussion? Must tenderly thank you for that tip.

sydney gvm 13:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 11:57 - what did you do with your head fake Stg short circa 8820 from London AM >?

Gen dk 13:24 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Auckland BG 13:23 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
buy gold here for 700 again, let's go, stop loss can be placed below 550

NY Raider19 13:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
(buy stop)

NY Raider19 13:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
thx NRB KK, I had a stop order 1.8888 - filled. Suppose it was to close to call. But is that bid high or offer high? The stop on that broker triggers if the bid hits 1.8888. thx

The Netherlands Purk 13:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
moscow mi 13:13 GMT September 14, 2006

No offence, but it is Sandcity.

ZEUS: yes, as we see the volley decreasing now in e/j the volley is for the eur/usd now. Was telling that to Vodkaman and apparently he took a long yesterday, and i TRUST that he closed just at 60....

las vegas DJS 13:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 11:57 GMT September 14, 2006
Market sequencing for fresh GBP/USD, EUR/USD "Drill Downs"?


censored good call (forecast)! Do you have inside information or is your trading platform that good (sensitive) ????? Good job !!!!!!!

CT Cris 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Buenos Aires 13:09 GMT September 14, 2006

========
my advice not to make continues trading , stop here and enjoy the rest of the day.

moscow mi 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Purk, Zeus, my new forex password working prefectly so far. Did some juicy crushes today.

Hope you both two doing cool too ;)

NRB KK 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
NY Raider19 13:08 GMT September 14, 2006
Could someone please post the EBS/Reuters high on the day for GBPUSD. thx

HIGH ON REUTERS 1.8887

NRB KK 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
NY Raider19 13:08 GMT September 14, 2006
Could someone please post the EBS/Reuters high on the day for GBPUSD. thx

HIGH ON REUTERS 1.8887

van Gecko 13:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
interesting inter-market flow here between euroo.. gbp.. & eur/gbp.. looks like the masters are being teased & may be mis-leaded by their guide dog..



USA Zeus 13:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
LV DJS- Drill an e-mail into cyberworld re: set and forget ATM machine system.

Purk- GT!! :-)


Switched to "crush it" swing mode to hammer on these buggers as volatility has spread her wings.
GL

Gen dk 13:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

moscow mi 13:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
CT Cris 13:07 GMT September 14, 2006
Some times one may think market is following your expert calls.
We are all waiting you to post your contact details.

The Netherlands Purk 13:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Loonie: it has to long from somewhere, but usually when it does a downmove like that, it will come down more the other day, but i guess long time players will long here so that smalltimers can take 20

Buenos Aires 13:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
male=make

las vegas DJS 13:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Southport 13:02 GMT September 14, 2006
I can't discuss the software cause it relates to a specific broker and will get censored. But it is a standard indicator that I have used to structure a black box that generates 67% winners. The winners also are bigger then the losers by 3:1. Largest drawdown is typically 130 PIPS but rare. Average net win is approximately 40 PIPS per trade. Also, approx 25 signals per month lasting between 4 hours to several days.

madrid mm 13:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Sept. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Prices of goods imported into the U.S. rose more than expected in August, led by increases in oil, natural gas and metals.

Last month's 0.8 percent increase in import prices followed a revised 1 percent gain in July, the Labor Department said today in Washington. Excluding oil, the index increased 0.5 percent, the biggest gain since May.

The report adds to concern that U.S. companies may follow overseas rivals in raising prices to recover the costs of energy and raw materials, economists said. Federal Reserve policy makers, who left interest rates unchanged last month after two years of increases, are counting on a slowing economy to ease price pressures.

``Import prices continue to show inflationary pressures, and that's not good for the economy,'' Bill Mulvihill, an economist at First Trust Advisors LP in Lisle, Illinois, said before the report. ``It's another data point that'll tilt the Fed toward tightening again before the end of the year.''

Buenos Aires 13:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cris, I can male any call, but I want to hear your opinion on gbp, specially if you will be telling us that it will drop like a stone LOL

The Netherlands Purk 13:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Yes Amman, do the bump, that is a good call.

NY Raider19 13:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Could someone please post the EBS/Reuters high on the day for GBPUSD. thx

CT Cris 13:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
anyone can give a call like today Cris Call ?

Gen dk 13:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

las vegas DJS 13:04 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 12:58 GMT September 14, 2006

The crazy thing is that even under the news drilling the signals keep you in the original trade but hard to stomach the frenzy of the moment. Let's get a programmer to automate this and you can sleep like a baby.....:)

Cyprus Prometeus 13:04 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Not sure about UsdChf, will check It out again bit later. Might be, might not. Keeping an eye on It. tks

hk ab 13:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
the aud/nzd reaches 1.13xx faster than expected..... 1.12 then 1.10

oilman, what's your opinion nzd now?

Southport 13:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
las vegas DJS 12:51 GMT
Which trading software is that ? tia

Lahore FM 12:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
An interesting market day!hmmm.

USA Zeus 12:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
las vegas DJS 12:51 GMT September 14, 2006

Good mng DJS! Well good is good. Those black box buzzards take some time to refine. Then running them in the background is like a 24 hr deposit box where your dealer drops off bundles of green.

GT :-)

Cyprus Prometeus 12:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Btw Thanks to London 00,
very precise reading as from yesterday. Went on It later on early london opening today, but that was what Ive followed.

GER ad 12:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Short GBP/CHF at 2.3605
70 pips S/L

las vegas DJS 12:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 12:47 GMT September 14, 2006

Good morning. Pick 6 different black box signal trades and wake up with profit in all of them. Sweet! Turn my back to the CHF news and gave back some of it. O well.....profit is better then none. Should probably look at news along with black box style to close if affected to fine tune the box.

ca 12:50 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
what is more bullish, eurusd or gbpusd?

London Gooner 12:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Buenos Aires 12:43 GMT September 14, 2006

GBP support 1.8810 then 1.8780. Watch EUR though if goes to 1.2670 and breaks below then Cable possible 1.8710 next.

I shorted at 1.8882 as posted earlier sticky point at 1.8885 s/l 1.8920 but will move it if continue lower.

USA Zeus 12:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 11:57 GMT September 14, 2006
Market sequencing for fresh GBP/USD, EUR/USD "Drill Downs"?

Well now...Guess that was another lucky thunderstrike.
Never know for sure. Just a student of the markets.
GT

The Netherlands Purk 12:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I love these calls from the man from Gambling city. When one starts to think he is wrong, the man with the hammer is there. Watch out for quick reversals btw.
Am watching e/j for the day. The jumping up and down thing must have made Vodkaman some money.
Let us see if e/j can bring it back to the 50's otherwise new low...

CT Cris 12:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable buy 18820-30 tp 18880-90

Buenos Aires 12:43 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
short gbp 8860. need help with targets!!

Hong Kong JR 12:42 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Earthquake...Yes , I felt it here in Kowloon ! Hopefully not a devestating one centered over the border...

The Netherlands Purk 12:41 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Picked up a 12728 drill short eur/usd closing it here, enough is enough.

madrid mm 12:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London Misha

Hong Kong JR 12:00 GMT September 14, 2006
About a minute ago here in Hong Kong , just felt quite a decent rumbling in my apartment (30 floors up) . Possible earthquake ? Anyone else in HK feel it ?

London Misha 12:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Anyone hearing of an earthquake in Hong Kong. Allegedly Bloomie's reporting it (yes - I know HK is not in an earthqauke zone)

ldn jp 12:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 10:39 GMT September 14, 2006
Thanks for that but it doesn't show the NZD/USD.....

CT Cris 12:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable may be the US retail data take it down then it will rise.

London 00 12:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
top potential on usd/chf if the dollar keeps it bearish tendency. short here , stop 1.25, the risk/reward ratio is excellent.

Cyprus Prometeus 12:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Oh well. For once I get a whole morning larger trend now the tools wondering comes up. Was mere part of yesterday uptrend which is still apparently holding, will tight later on my exit points. Nothing behind of technical or mathematical, just the price went up instead of down. Simple uh

CT Cris 12:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
But dont buy , still need more decline b4 it rise again.

PAR 12:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Hoping for bad Us retail sales to buy some dollars . LoL

CT Cris 12:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable still in uptrend

London 00 12:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
long sterling 1.8860 stop .40 target 1.89

USA Zeus 12:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca 12:11 GMT September 14, 2006
what are "drill downs"?

When the pair gets "drilled" downward

ca 12:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
what are "drill downs"?

London Gooner 12:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
london carl 11:53 GMT September 14, 2006

Am well thanks - and you?

Agree 1.8873 is 50% of 1.9144 fibo. Think we can wait for today US data. If the bear tend resumes from here there's generous room to trade. At this stage I would sell but it's 55% as EUR seems to struggle which keeps some bearishness in place at least short term.
Normally I treat return to mid bollinger as natural move for resumption of the recent move which means we're down from here on the short term may be back to 1.8710.

What's you view?

Buenos Aires 12:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Anyone more confirming eur & gbp shorts now?

italy 12:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
dovish swissie????

Philadelphia Caba 12:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SNB says it will continue 'gradual' rate increases.

Philadelphia Caba 12:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SNB Sees Average Inflation At 1.3% This Year

Philadelphia Caba 12:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SNB + .25% as exp.

Philadelphia Caba 12:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
FX OPTIONS: EUR/CHF Good Size 1.5770/75 Expiries Today
(estimated E500mn)

Hong Kong JR 12:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
About a minute ago here in Hong Kong , just felt quite a decent rumbling in my apartment (30 floors up) . Possible earthquake ? Anyone else in HK feel it ?

Syd 11:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Australia's Coles Myer Surges On Wal Mart Talk
Australian retailer will eventually fall to a A$17.3 billion-plus (US$13 billion) bid from Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. or a global retailer such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

USA Zeus 11:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Market sequencing for fresh GBP/USD, EUR/USD "Drill Downs"?

van Gecko 11:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
GBP temporary lifted via the crossess giving m/t players good levels to reload for another go at 1.86 & those mid-term "black hole" targets below 1.85.. cousin euroo is languishing below the 1.2750-70 SOB zone.. specs positions are still at near record long & increasing..
FwIwW..


poland piotr 11:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
1,2730 exited from eur-usd shorts :(
not good day ´...

london carl 11:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
gooner - how are you?

Note there are 2 sets of fibos - I am using fibos off the 19144 high. In this case 50% is at 18873, and is acting as res at the moment

Mla Evan 11:52 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Xarian, time to long Usd.

madrid mm 11:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
LDN Anonymous 11:43 GMT September 14, 2006

1st thing first. No one knows that .

We can only work on probabilities.
You need to be ready , whether you are right or wrong.
But fwiw, all my R were broken so far, using Madrid time to calulate R. I mean R!,R2 and R3. R3 was 1.8869...

Athens Xarian 11:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Good day to all.

What are your views after the SNB for the usd/chf? any targets?

London 00 11:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
potential for euro incremented at 1.2746
usd/chf bottom located at 1.2426
sterling high at 1.8894.

madrid mm 11:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Mtl JP 11:36 GMT September 14, 2006
PAR 11:25 GMT September 14, 2006

Cronism in Switzerland ? Come on !!!! LOL

London Gooner 11:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
sorry should read

Fibo 1.8905 in last post.

LDN Anonymous 11:43 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Any of you know if the GBP/USD breaks 1.89 today? if so what are the levels now we look at? I am major stuck on the short side of the pair

London Gooner 11:42 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 09:52 GMT September 13, 2006
London Gooner 09:02 GMT September 13, 2006

Sorry late reply was out. Just closed EUR long @ 1.2730

Cable extended my expectations of 1.8845 posted a couple of days
ago. 1.8885 I fell will contain the current move good place to short with reasonable r/r for a pull back with s/l above 1.8910 as risk could be test of fibo 1.9005.

madrid mm 11:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I hope the British gvnmt keeps the good old STG for as long as i live.!!!
This is such an interesting currency to watch !!!!
YO YO !!!! When it decides to make a move and go for it, it does not do it by half measure !!!

Mtl JP 11:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
PAR 11:25 / maybe just the thing : Loan CDS index set for launch (FT)

PAR 11:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Main objective of SNB seems to be to provide cheap money to the big Swiss banks which than can finance hedge funds with that cheap money and make record profits.

USA Zeus 11:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Find it entertaining to see know it all window watchers pipe in from time to time with their know it all viewpoints that the last few months have been UNtrade-ABLE(plol).

Where some fail others SUCCEED. There are those who merely prefer a Donchian trading lifestyle and say that the markets can't be traded simply because the John Henry's have been sent to the dentist with teeth grinding buy at the channel highs and sell at the low strategies in multi-figure ranges in pairs and crosses. Oh well- To each their own as they say.

GL GT

Gen dk 11:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Cyprus Prometeus 11:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cable is currently developing at a crytical day level. Not working It yet... lunchtime first

bibi

Cannes Oil man 11:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I m off for a few hours once again.

Current:

1.2702 S/L 1.2684.
7560 S/L 7522.

Hopefully things start breaking loose on the upside while i'm gone.
BBFN..

London 00 11:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Target reached for sterling and open price too low on 4 H to hope imminent further gain. 1.8850 is also the neutral point on daily chart ( buyer = sellers). Short gbp/usd for a modest 15 pips.stop .65
usd/chf target reach but euro still has a lot of room to get 1.2740. I believe this potential would push usd/chf lower (around .20), and so, sterling should flirt with 1.89 at that time.

Cannes Oil man 11:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
A break above 1.8888 will make it go to 1.9135..
And euro should follow, same for ozi etc..

Will be nice if the €$ starts breaking right here 1.2730 , everything will make a nice jump...
Let's remember that we have seen VERY small volatilities in the last 3 months.
Anyone survives a few stops, and again there's should always be a NEXT trade.
--
Long OZI 7560.

ca 11:04 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
is nzd ever gonna stop going up?

Syd 11:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
20 Trapped As Roof Collapses At Menorca Airport -TV

london iain 11:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable and jpy (weekly triangle) charts on blog.

madrid mm 11:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
bloomberg.com
Dollar Is Little Changed Against Euro Before Report on U.S. Retail Sales

Yuan Strengthens After Paulson Urges China to Loosen Control on Currency

Currency Strategists: Canadian Dollar Will Drop On Slower Growth, Says RBS

Montreal EW 11:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Buenos Aires 10:48 GMT September 14, 2006

no, i think it is heading for 1.8950 area by end of the week, anything traded above 1.8880 should confirm this view

Auckland trotter 10:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 10:47 GMT September 14, 2006
Fair comment, and agree.

But still try to take pips where I see them, and try to understand what is happening in the market.

madrid mm 10:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Dubai Raffique 10:52 GMT September 14, 2006

lol

Just remind him / her you are his/her Best friend

Buenos Aires 10:55 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I have very highs readings in my woody cci indicator of eur and gbp, it doesnt look like them will go too much further up, but who really knows? LOL (London 00 this time??)

Syd 10:54 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
EUR/CHF's pullback from multi-year high's is approaching the 1.5830-00 support zone which offers a good buying opportunity, says Barclays Capital. In the absense of a move below 1.5755-50 channel support, the bank says the short-term trend is up. EUR/CHF now trades at 1.5839 from the session high of 1.5875.

Dubai Raffique 10:52 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
a friend of mine says he has the following positons still open

long sterling against dollar at 1.7452
long eurodolar 1.1801
long yen agan dollar 120.98

how much he must be rich now!! God favours bold tradors

BSB xlr8 10:52 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I hope it goes up and another 20....then drop back down...

Cannes Oil man 10:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Buenos Aires 10:48 GMT September 14, 2006

I m not sure but i placed enough money on that particular bet..

Might as well long €$ which should start flying soon.

Buenos Aires 10:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
could gbp go up maximum 20/30 pips more, and the go all the way down??

Cannes Oil man 10:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Closed $Y 117.68 from 116.08..

Don't really want to see it drop and profits drop while i m getting hit all over.

quito_ecuador_valdez 10:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Hi trotter, honestly I don't know how anyone can make a consistant profit trading in this randomness displayed by FX these days. There has been little logic to it all summer...I wouldn't trade in it either with so many conflicts but you see a whole forum full of 'em here who will trade anything rather than wait until the market stabilizes to consistantly win over years of time. To these gents the mkt is measured in minutes and seconds instead of months and years so I doubt you'll get much of a useful answer out of them. Signing off, GT.

Cannes Oil man 10:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Closed ALL gbp$ shorts big loss..(like -230 total).
Closed all nzd shorts.(-90).

Now left with :

EUR$ long 1.2702
Long 116.06 $Yen (Cashed the 117.48).

Auckland trotter 10:43 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Having problems in seeing why there is some up pressure for the EUR/USD at the moment in regards to short term trading.

Among other indicators:

I see a short term range on the 1hr 30day chart of around 1.2670 to 1.2710. The daily pivot of 1.2690 is the 50% of the above range.

The 61.8% fib on the 1day 6mo chart which is around yesterdays low could be an explaination.

The price at present is around 1.2700 which is the M3 percentage level from the range of 1.2710 to 1.2670. The M3 daily pivot is 1.2703.

I have contradictions of indicators on various time charts for the EUR/USD, which generally means for me not to trade. But still try to understand the market.

poland piotr 10:41 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
exit eur-jpy 149,68...:(

Cannes Oil man 10:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Closed gbpY -50.

quito_ecuador_valdez 10:39 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
If your charts won't work thru your firewall, try using FX+Ticker link on left navigation panel.

Philadelphia Caba 10:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
.6615-.6619

quito_ecuador_valdez 10:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I see many new posters over the summer months and now into Fall...welcome aboard, best of luck. For newer participants, don't forget to thoroughly navigate the many resources on the left navigation panel of this page, most of which are free for the asking.

ldn jp 10:35 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Can anybody tell me what NZD/USD is at the moment as cant get charts thro firewall at work....thnx

Cannes Oil man 10:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Added another one @25 , will close all gbp$ at 45 with a big loss.

-Longed e$ , in case it starts flying S/L 1.2684 on that one.

quito_ecuador_valdez 10:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I might add that the IMF & WORLD BANK (attendance) at Singapore meeting places this month is under extreme heavy guard as these two organizations are, in the opinion of an increasing number, extremely unpopular and represent to these groups world control from a central source. Protestors are not allowed to demonstrate. I remember a few years ago when protestors peacefully demonstrated against the World Bank by the thousand in the USA (as Washington hosted the IMF/World Bank meeting) and the special police rode their motorcycles into the peaceful crowd. Evidently you aren't allowed to protest the control tower.

Cannes Oil man 10:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
-close to on stopped nzd.
-took a long euro 1,2702.


quito_ecuador_valdez 10:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
While we're wating for NY session to open,
Highlights of today's IMF report
IMF betters prev. global growth forecast but cautions on inflation, oil and U.S. housing.

SINGAPORE meeting -- IMF rised growth forecasts for world econ.- said expansion could be moderated by inflation, high oil & slowdown in U.S. caused by cooling housing mkt.

Global econ growth likely 5.1% this year, 4.9% in 2007 -- both a quarter point more than IMF's April forcasts.

It's the 4th year of strong global growth despite strong commodities indicated Raghuram Rajan, IMF's chief economist. Growth more balanced even if U.S. is slowing, EZ gained, Japan's expansion continues, emerging mkt & developing countries growing well. But IMF's forecast "is surrounded by more uncertainty than usual, with risks tilted to the downside, Rajan said.

IMF cited inflation could intensify - major CBs to raise rates, eyeing higher oil, & U.S. housing can cool more rapidly than expected to trigger abrupt U.S. slowdown. U.S. 2006 growth expected to slow from 3.4 % to 2.9% next year...previously however the IMFexpected 2007 U.S. growth @ 3.3 % citing housing resistance, suggesting further U.S. Fed hikes necessary. IMF indicated Fed faces difficult situation of inflation in a slowing econ, but the importance of keeping inflation expectations in check, possibly further hikes.

IMF on Japan, world's 2nd largest econ: likely growing 2.7% this year citing solid domestic demand, but 2.7% in 2007and should raise interest gradually to avoid a "costly" reemergence of deflation (falling prices).

IMF on EZ: stronger corporate balance sheets increased investment, rising employment and a more balanced expansion. Growth will rise to 2.4% in 2006, 2% in 2007 due to scheduled tax increases in Germany.

IMF on China: 10% growth this year & next, citing surging exports, driving growth in other Asian economies from S.Korea to Indonesia but Asia could be hurt if China's investment boom sours. IMF urged Beijing to raise value of its currency citing China's huge global trade gap -- on pace to surpass last year's $102 billion -- and strengthen Chinese household's purchasing power.

IMF on India, Asia's other major engine: growth to show 8.3% this year, 7.3% next year.

Latin American economies continue to lag behind other emerging econs, but growth expected at 4.75% this year, 4.25% in 2007.

Inflation in advanced economies to increase modestly to 2.6 percent in 2006 but decline next year as oil price eases. Emerging markets probably to contain inflation. IMF cited a potential for "disorderly unwinding" of large global imbalances in trade & investment, predicting a U.S. current acct. deficit rise to 6.9% of GDP in 2007 -- large surpluses continuing in Japan, parts of emerging Asia, & M.E. oil countries.

A risk to the positive growth outlook iis further increases in oil. Supply concerns largely caused higher oil prices; a major disruption in a large producer or a further escalation of security concerns in the Middle East could lead to another upward oil price spike, IMF said. To address the risk, the report recommends more investment in production and refining as well as incentives for consumers to save energy.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Valdez's view: the report typifies the global complexities and makes it difficult to impossible o figure out how demands for currencies will affect their values.

Buenos Aires 10:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Oil Man

your stop loss in gbp is still 838? tia

sorry, need to sleep LOL

Buenos Aires 10:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Oil Man

you stop loss in gbp is still 838? tia

poland piotr 10:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
gbp-usd - stop hit....

not good

Buenos Aires 10:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Oil Man

you stos in gbp is still 838? tia

PHX RuGO 10:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
BGY = GBP

London Grunji Shortz 10:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Fake Heads Fake Reversal or the apparent fractal reversal.

PHX RuGO 10:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Nice little gap on the GBYJPY...

Philadelphia Caba 10:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Good mornin'
sold kiwi at .6610, s/l .above .6680

Cannes Oil man 10:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
southport..
p=(h+l+2xc)/4
r1=(2xp)-l
not standard pivot,also depends what close you are using and time frames.
gl.
alex:yes.

London 00 10:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
targets
euro = 1.2739> .71
usd/chf = 1.2451> .20
sterling = 1.8850> 1.89

Buenos Aires 10:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
00, clearly short usd? nothing looks clear in my charts LOL

London 00 10:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
out short euro, now long. long sterling and short usd/chf,
dollar clearly bearish now

Southport 09:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cannes Oil man 09:26 GMT September 14, 2006
Southport,not easy writing on handheld devices,but type calculating pivot in google

I know about pivot.
I was referring to your figure for R1 1.8838 as against 1.8789
on GVI. What closing time do you use for the 24 hrs calcs ?
On the other hand, I have 1.8835 R1 (but for a 12 hour pivot)

London 00 09:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
short euro 1.2701, stop 1.2715

London 00 09:50 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
london jas 09:30 GMT September 14, 2006
No, since the open price is below 1.8805. It could reach it later in the session, but nothing indicates the climb is imminent. Euro is still below its major resistance at 1.2707 and I intend to short at 1.2705.

RSA Abe 09:41 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
RSA Abe 09:25 GMT September 14, 2006
Anyone else having problems with connection to Interbank??

** problem solved, apparently. Technical difficulties... or so they say....

shanghai beyond_destiny 09:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
short aussie 765, another short set at 76, tp 736

we will see large correction of carry trade in next a few weeks

PHX RuGO 09:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 08:37 GMT September 14, 2006
Head fakes are great fading points
___

Good one!

Was wondering how much "sprint" would a rate hike put into Cable if the consumers still rush out on buying sprees?

Patra alex 09:34 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cannes Oil man

Your stop on NZD/USD is still 0.662?

Thanks

london jas 09:30 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London 00 09:01 GMT September 14, 2006
Is 18850 target still on for gbp/usd ?....thnx

Cannes Oil man 09:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Southport,not easy writing on handheld devices,but type calculating pivot in google...

RSA Abe 09:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Anyone else having problems with connection to Interbank??

London Carl 09:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
RES levels for Cable i am watching:

200 sma (1 hr) 1.8811
R2 (off todays pivot) 1.8824
Pivot calculated at 00:00 UK time (19:00 NY time)
25 Aug Low 1.8830

Also note GBP/CHF at 2.3500 has been a solid Res - 1HR close above sees me long on this pair

Also note a system I use using the 144 and 169 ema on 1 hr chart has signaled a LONG on cable

GL

Southport 09:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cannes Oil man 09:03 GMT September 14, 2006
if it doesnt break:
1.8838 (R1) ->

How do you get this R1 level ? tia

Cannes Oil man 09:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Shorted GBPY too 221.20.

PHX RuGO 09:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Hope this is not someone's idea of a joke... I'd think it would be confirmed by now...

Cannes Oil man 09:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca:
I m now at ~1.8774 ..I see it close under 1.87 before friday:1.8616..
if it doesnt break:
1.8838 (R1) ->1.8888 (Magic resistance).

If i get stopped , then it will set me back a few days , in my trading pips , happens all the time...But no i won't release the gbp$ on a stop run.
Back in 2 hours tops.

USA Zeus 09:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
moscow mi 08:57 GMT September 14, 2006

Thx Mike. :-) GT to you!

Must have been just another lucky thunderstrike
Or...perhaps it was just the London smog!!?-

USA Zeus 08:37 GMT September 14, 2006
Head fakes are great fading points

USA Zeus 07:49 GMT September 14, 2006
london 07:45 GMT September 14, 2006

Or....perhaps london cable bridges falling down.

USA Zeus 07:46 GMT September 14, 2006
Means when the dealer shows one way just enough to tickle your order finger to pull the trigger- watch out for a head fake, whip, trap, pip pop etc instead.

london 07:45 GMT September 14, 2006
“…he has got no idea…”

USA Zeus 07:40 GMT September 14, 2006
Watch out for those fake-left bootleg-right dealer plays at the line.

London 00 09:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Sterling still have 5 minutes to open above 1.8805 and target 1.8850, otherwise, the downtrend will resume( probably) , this will coincide with the aud/usd, on major resistance now at 0.7536
usd/chf turns bearish opening below .87

ldn SAM 09:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
U guys hearg somethg about an explosion in London...Maybe tube?

Singapore fs 09:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Any underground London explosion??????

Athens MK 08:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
EUR/$ been looking for a breakout to occur soon. Over the next few days we should have a shift back to EUR/$ getting bullish in a direct correlation with the Yen being targeted from the G7 for a confidence building speech on strengthing the Yen against the majors. This should help the Chinese soften their wording on how tightly they will hold the Yuan in the future. Comments?

moscow mi 08:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 08:37 GMT September 14, 2006
Head fakes are great fading points
-----------
Well done Zeus ;)

Southport 08:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
madrid mm 08:33 GMT September 14, 2006
If you have no convictions......
You may as well smoke the pipe.......
50/50 chance = ruine

The Netherlands Purk 08:56 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I got a good advice just months ago NOT to trade the cable, i did it a week after and in one day i lost 250 pips. I was tempted at 18770 to short it this morning, but did not. Now if that wasnt a sign, i dont know anymore. So i stayed out. Moves of 40 pips in one minute is not enough for cable, but i guess we can go down a bit now... or is cable stopping out both sides today easily...

PHX RuGO 08:55 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
That's a few rosie points right there...

USA Zeus 08:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
PHX RuGO 08:44 GMT September 14, 2006

Been working on a mechanical method for some time. Have parts working but still gives up too much vs. manual.

Cannes Oil man 08:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca, No i watch my balance right now, but i will prolly cut all with a large loss above 1.8870..Can't win them all if no...
I think it s a nice stop run.

London Grunji Shortz 08:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Emptying markets with ever changing tricks.

The Netherlands Purk 08:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Nothing to say about e/j actually but most people figured that out already. Have to see where the moves stops today. cable is moving up so the beast having impulse and e/j is following a bit to trade the range.
Loonie does what it always does. So now it is up to loonie, is it basis between here and 10-20 pips, or are we going to see 11085 again? Play the range and players will be safe...

USA Zeus 08:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Will the Toby Crabel's get trapped from yesterday's GBP/USD highs?

shanghai beyond_destiny 08:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
sold cabel above 1.88 t/p 1.842

long another eurgbp 675, t/p 682, 69

keep eurchf shorts, t/p 1.58-1.582

PHX RuGO 08:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 08:37 GMT September 14, 2006
Head fakes are great fading points
___

Especially when done with an automated system... wonder if anyone has one???

ca 08:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
great times to take profits as well

USA Zeus 08:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Head fakes are great fading points

Gen dk 08:35 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Buenos Aires 08:34 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
*(UK) AUG RETAIL SALES: MOM 0.3% V 0.3%E; YOY 4.3% V 4.1%E
- prior M/M revised higher to 0.0% from -0.3%
- Prior Y/Y revised higher to 4.3% from 4.0%

ca 08:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
oil man, you have a stop loss on gbp?? its running up right now

madrid mm 08:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
The message below is not in ANYWAY my feeling/judgement etc... about this FORUM. In fact , I like this forum for bouncing ideas off from people in here, but i find it interesting to share this view.

Most people make a big deal out of market prediction. They think they need to be right 70% or better in order to "pass" the exam that the market gives them. They also believe that they might get an "A" if they could be right 95% of the time. The need to predict the market steps from this desire to be right. People believe that they cannot be right unless they can predict what the market is doing.

USA Zeus 08:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
UK AUG FOOD RETAILERS SEE SALES FALL BY THEIR LARGEST AMOUNT SINCE JAN 2003

UK JULY RETAIL SALES REVISED UP TO SHOW NO CHANGE FROM JUNE

UK AUG RETAIL SALES UP 0.3 PCT FROM PREVIOUS MONTH, UP 4.3 PCT YR-ON-YR

Patra alex 08:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Short NZD/USD 0.6599 no stops at the moment

Patra alex 08:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cannes Oil man 08:20 GMT September 14, 2006

Are you trading NOK pairs?

Cannes Oil man 08:31 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Current NZDUSD short 6546+6595
Short GBP$ 1.8762
Long $Yen 116.06+117.48.
GL back in a few hours.

GK 08:30 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
is the UK inflation fiures released pl?

sydney gvm 08:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ab Gold 592 kiwi 6594

ca 08:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
is nzd/usd a short yet?

Cannes Oil man 08:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
the correlation of EUR/USD and EURJPY in the last 200 days is 12...which is nothing to trade on..
It has however a 78 % correlation with USD/NOK , 88 with $YEN and 93 with GBPJPY..
So if you want to trade the correlation , might as well look at $/NOK, or any of the other pair ($Yen, GBPJPY)..But not at €$..
---
This morning GBP$ has a life of it's own..Stop run central..the 300 mils sold 1.8740 on the break down are now being stopped.

-Added 1.8790

hk ab 08:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
May I have gold and nzd spot? TIA.

Singapore fs 08:17 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Anyone shorting eurjpy at this level?

moscow mike 08:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
van Gecko 08:09 GMT September 14 - thanks for your insight Gecko. I like 1.7777 number which some one mentioned before here.

Montréal Taro 08:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
madrid mm 08:12
Thanks mate

PHX RuGO 08:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Shorting with conviction should count for something!!! Will continue to do so at the 99 yard line...

Singapore fs 08:14 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Bexhill pj 08:09 GMT September 14, 2006
Well, as far as i know, the forex market currently is not moving at all. :) Just now it jumped few pips and back fews pips, nothing exciting.

madrid mm 08:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Interesting article fwiw

Who's Afraid of the G7?

madrid mm 08:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Montréal Taro 07:32 GMT September 14, 2006

Sorry for late reply

15th-20th september 2006, Sing.
Tomorrow

Bexhill pj 08:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 07:42 GMT September 14, 2006

It means watch out this is the Forex market and prices will jump around and as they have always done Forex.

van Gecko 08:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   

moscow mike 07:44.. as much as I like to see your "500 pips day slide", think you need a bit of patiences there :))
that said, with the yellow metal re-targeting 550 again near term, weeklies below 1.85 would increase the betting odds for another excellent mid term pay day for her majesty's loyal short marching soldiers.. so 1.82 ~ 1.78 may be a good m/t black hole target..
Cheerios..





USA Zeus 07:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
london 07:45 GMT September 14, 2006

Or....perhaps london cable bridges falling down.

USA Zeus 07:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 07:42 GMT September 14, 2006

Means when the dealer shows one way just enough to tickle your order finger to pull the trigger- watch out for a head fake, whip, trap, pip pop etc instead.

Newport Beach TB 07:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
15 minutes until a .25 interest rate hike for CHF.

london 07:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 07:42 GMT September 14, 2006

it means he has got no idea.....

moscow mike 07:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
van Gecko 07:36 GMT September 14, 2006
"Black thursday in the works..." was read by me as black hole sucker somewhere on the south :))

Singapore fs 07:42 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 07:40 GMT September 14, 2006
Wow, what does that means, in plain English please. :D

USA Zeus 07:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Watch out for those fake-left bootleg-right dealer plays at the line.

Singaore gfx, 07:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Whats the sell for gbp/usd long?

van Gecko 07:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
moscow mike 07:19.. didn't know my 07:09 GMT was encrypted with a 500 pip day 'Slideski' to you..:)

poland piotr 07:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hello traders
i took short gbp-usd at 1,8785 sl 1,8825....

holding short eur-usd and eur-jpy

Montréal Taro 07:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
madrid mm
When is the G7 ?

ca 07:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
tokyo ginko 07:26 GMT September 14, 2006

is that a short-term trade? you might have to wait a while...

madrid mm 07:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Achieving Trading Perfection - Trade quality, not quantity. Take the best of the best. Get the big picture. If you haven't previously come across such advice, or if you have and are not following it, it is time that you take these words to heart.

fwiw of course....

tokyo ginko 07:26 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
short gbp here fort weekly target 1.84 . GL all

London 00 07:24 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Australia 07:18 GMT September 14, 2006
Wall Street lived a major crisis a certain thursday of 1929. This is known as "The Black Thursday", when the stock market crashed badly.

madrid mm 07:24 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
it looks to me that the fx market is in a waiting mood.
This IMF, G7 etc..meeting is in a lot of mind at the moment.
the calm before the storm ? probably..
Again and again, expect the unexpected.

Cyprus Prometeus 07:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Ref Previous consider It the preemptive rush on higher. Then tomorrow gets complex squaring up of residuals. Maybe very foggy and untradable will be. bi now

Cyprus Prometeus 07:21 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Yet eurusd and gbpusd might run higher at this point. Techs bulls watching levels between 1.8800 and 1.8850 for the time being. On lower the levels supporting such uptrend are placed between 1.8750 and 1.8700.

Have a nice day ahead

bibi

Lahore FM 07:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
For a third day running gbpusd and contis look good for rise.though only gbpusd has risen last three days.

moscow mike 07:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
van Gecko 07:09 GMT September 14, 2006
Would be great no matter of direction, because where volatility - there we! LOL

But i am not as confident as you to see some 500 pip slide today.

Australia 07:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
What do you mean by Black Thursday?

Southport 07:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Aud/usd look to .7530 then .7500 before up (abc).

Cyprus Prometeus 07:18 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Yesterday evening NYC closing, was flat to negative for models on EurUsd - (to me small negative.)

la oleg 07:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
the continuum of the trading week is well defined, thus what would be the logic of scrambling it based on some random event in the distant past?

Cyprus Prometeus 07:10 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Eurusd seems very troubled recently. Might drop later on. Yet the morning UK clearing centers might be squeezing, so better wait US opening lightly (maybe)

van Gecko 07:09 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
looks like a black Thursday in the works for GBP/USD & cousins..





cebu zigen 07:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
for the past 2 days gbp/usd is testing the 1.8775 resistance to target the 1.8860 next resistance. anyone think it can break today?

Cyprus Prometeus 07:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Am yet guessing if there were enough sizes bought that earlier 18755. Was too fast for my taste to be sizeable, however who knows with electric markets.

Cyprus Prometeus 07:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Actually history does not reapeat Itself in the same fashion, but life is a cycle is said. So far things are more Tulips like to me, when globalisation will stop for some reason, there will be the crash..

However

On Thursday, October 24 1929, panic selling occurred as investors realized the stock boom had been an over inflated bubble. http://www.stock-market-crash.net/1929.htm

Southport 07:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
5 days in a trading week so 5 choices......
its like one God and many religions.....
The story is always: "mine is better than yours".

Spotforex NY 06:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
make that the 1929 equity market crash....

Spotforex NY 06:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
1920 US equity crash was known as 'black Monday'.....not aware of any black thursdays in the equity markets.....

Moon Green Man 06:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Here we start our weekly charts on wednesday.

London 00 06:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Southport 06:21 GMT September 14, 2006
The Black Thursday of 1929!
What I know is that my very respectful broker uses this reference.

madrid mm 06:23 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
14th September 2006
News Highlights

RBNZ leaves OCR unchanged, but says less confident no further tightening needed given rising inflation - a bit hawkish than expected.

Russian Central Bank Deputy Chairman Andrei Kozlov dies of gunshot wounds after being shot on Wednesday night by gunmen.

Senior Japan MoF: CNY should be more flexible. No plans for G7 to issue annex statement on global imbalances. Does not see hard landing in US economy. Chinese CNY should reflect more its reference of basket currencies.

PBoC deputy governor Su Ning says China should improve CNY exchange rate mechanism. China should make CNY more flexible. Fitch revises China outlook to Positive from stable.

IMF Chief Economist Raghuram Rajan says Germany is "on a roll". Risk of abrupt unwinding of economic imbalances not large. Says rising trend in metals prices over the medium term should be concern for policy makers.

IMF cuts US Growth forecast to 2.9% from 3.3% in 2007. More Fed hike may be needed. China needs bigger FX (CNY) rise to reduce its c/a surplus and control monetary conditions. Japan monetary policy may have to be raised to be normal level. ECB may need to hike rates further.

IMF says disorderly global adjustment could trigger "substantial further appreciation" of CAD

Iran President Ahmadinejad says he believes the nuclear dispute could be resolved through talks.

UK RICS house prices August +35, highest in >2 years

Kiwi is the key mover today, having soared higher on the wings of more Hawkish RBNZ.

NZD/USD rallied to 0.6559 from 0.6460, while AUD/NZD sky dived, finally breaking key 1.1500 triggers after UK clearers out of HK, US houses dumped large, and dipping further to 5 half mth low of 1.1475, from pre more hawkish than expected RBNZ levels of 1.1640-50.

Swiss houses and big 4 Aust banks also reported as huge Kiwi sellers, but still finding good bids on back of AUD/NZD selling. Funds turning bearish AUD/NZD for more downsid test.

USD/JPY dipped earlier on selling from regular Japanese custodian, agricultural banks, but rose again as Japan trust banks bought for fixing, investment trust, "toushin", set at high of 117.66, but actual high only 117.60 as big offers from large Asian/Sing accounts, UK clearers capping the topside, but bids from Japan at 117.30 supporting the downside, though stoploss below 117.00.

6USD/JPY, CNY seen suffering from "Flexible CNY comments" Fatigue, waiting for real G7 communique. EUR/JPY offers 149.80-00.

CHF eye SNB hike and statement, with talks of interest to sell EUR/CHF on rallies after yesterday's foray to more than 6 year highs since 2000 of 1.5913, GBP eye UK retail sales. Mkts, EUR/USD eye RUB and Russian financial markets after shooting and death of Russian CB deputy Chair.

Oil, Gold could dip more as Iran President seen open to talks and new options.

Nikkei +192.34 pts at 15,942, JGBs off lows, little changed. 10-year yield unchanged at 1.665%

Asian FX ranges: USD/JPY 117.36/117.60, EUR/USD 1.2689/1.2703 GBP/USD 1.8755/1.8781, USD/CHF 1.2489/1.2513, AUD/USD 0.7513/0.7545, NZD/USD 0.6464/0.6559

Southport 06:21 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London 00 06:05 GMT September 14, 2006
Southport 05:57 GMT September 14, 2006
1.By convention, the weekly bar starts on thursday 00.00 GMT

First time I hear of this. What is the logic ???
I have not seen any data suppliers/softwares adhering to this convention...........

PHX RuGO 06:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
07:00 BST - AUD/USD - Mixed studies are expected to promote further consolidation, but short-covering on daily charts is likely to prove transient, as the underlying tone remains weak. Resistance at the .7547 high of 11-12 Sep is a strong barrier. Support is down to .7500, with .7481/90 thereafter. A later break opens up .7396/03.

R5: .7683 7 Sep high
R4: .7640 minor cong
R3: .7595/00 * 8 Sep high; cong
R2: .7580 intraday cong
R1: .7547 11-12 Sep high
S1: .7500 * intraday cong
S2: .7481/90 * 13 Sep low; trend
S3: .7470 * 200 day MA
S4: .7396/03 ** 5-19 Jul (w) lows; cong
S5: .7379 * 30 Jun low
___

Nice call Mr. Charley!

madrid mm 06:16 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Fitch revises China outlook to Positive from stable. Likely to hear more CNY moves rumours, IMF/G7, and US Treasury Henry Paulson visit to the meetings and China.
-Some excerpts of his speech yest 13-Sep:
"One week from today (20 Sept), I will be in China to discuss the economic relationship between our two nations...The prosperity of the US and China is tied together in the global economy, and how we work together on a host of bilateral and multilateral issues will have a significant impact on the health of the global economy... We must realize that China is already a global economic leader... These (reforms) problems range from modernizing and reforming the rural agriculture economy to developing capital mkts that have lagged far behind the needs of China's economy, to freeing up an inflexible currency (CNY) regime that hinders the efficient allocation of capital + achievement of balanced sustainable growth. "

madrid mm 06:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
The yen rose off of recent lows against the dollar and also gained against the euro after comments from a BOJ board member signaled that Japan might raise rates before the year is out. The yen has looked weak against the dollar and euro as of late, as more and more economic reports showed a Japanese economy that was growing at a slower rate than previously thought. The U.S. Fed is slated to meet next week, when the Fed will either raise rates or remain pausing. Interest rate futures show that there is just under 90% chance that the Fed will continue the pause at the next meeting, as reports trickle in showing a slowing U.S. economy with little need to worry about inflation. The euro has been the strongest performer, as the European Central Bank looks to raise rates before the summer is out, possibly twice.

malaysia 06:08 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
In The land of opportunity

bsb xlr8 06:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
malaysia 06:03 GMT September 14, 2006

We dont have alot of Red Tape or taxes over here...finding the right broker is the problem.....

Singapore fs 06:06 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
malaysia 06:03 GMT September 14, 2006
So where are u now, if you are not in Malaysia?

London 00 06:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Southport 05:57 GMT September 14, 2006
1.By convention, the weekly bar starts on thursday 00.00 GMT
2.Top deal as a currency that is oversold on weekly timeframe, presents a high probability of reversal, the trend being "exhausted" on the widest relevant time horizon (weekly)

bsb xlr8 06:05 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 05:59 GMT September 14, 2006

The difficulty in find a US broker that there are soooo many of them and to actually find the best one is difficult since all of them are saying that thier service is better than the others.

At the moment Im using a platform with a 10 pip spread from NZ..some may call me a fool for using them but so far thats the best one I can get apart from Gee See Eye

malaysia 06:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore Fs,
I understand too many red tapes. Thats why I left Malaysia

ca 06:02 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
hmmm why would "they" want him dead?

madrid mm 05:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
fwiw
MOSOCOW (AFX) - The deputy chief of Russia's central bank, Andrei Kozlov, died Thursday after being shot outside a Moscow sports club the previous night in an apparent contract hit, Interfax news agency reported quoting medical sources and officials.
"Kozlov died without regaining consciousness," a medical source was quoted as saying in the report.
The Moscow prosecutor's office confirmed Kozlov's death, Interfax said.

Singapore fs 05:59 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
bsb xlr8 05:53 GMT September 14, 2006
Yes, i know how it felt being in SE Asia where the local broker are like day light robber. Spread+Commission+GST. Stupid right to have all this. Also taxable under the local authority under MAS. :(

The best would be pick a US broker which are good and reliable. :)

ca 05:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cris, getting ready to buy gbp?

Southport 05:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London 00 05:21 GMT September 14, 2006
Please clarify:
1. weekly bar starting(?) on Thursday bullish for dollar....
2. top deal to buy eur at 1.2615...... tia

bsb xlr8 05:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I've come across a broker that offers a 10 pip spread...have any of you encountered this before?

As I said earlier being in SE Asia its not really easy to find a good broker

Anyway I sure hope GBP/USD improves later...I need to minimise my losses from trades I made last week

Singapore fs 05:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 05:46 GMT September 14, 2006
Thanks for your feedback. Still an experimental stage for me to test the broker regarding funding and receiving transfer from them.. Wish that one day, i can trade few thousand per pip with banker. ;P

USA Zeus 05:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
USA Zeus 05:46 GMT September 14, 2006
theat= that

USA Zeus 05:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 05:36 GMT September 14, 2006

Spreads are not the whole story. Dealers quoting outside the market can offer zero, 1 or 2 pip spreads and still rob you blind without knowing it.

Now imagine a bucket shop with wide spreads and shading their book at the same time- yikes!

Best to find a dealer with reasonable and transparent spreads theat closely matches the true market.

GL GT

London 00 05:41 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
RSA Abe 05:36 GMT September 14, 2006
Thanx for your warm welcome/

RSA Abe 05:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
London 00 05:21

Charly, welcome back, still remember your excellent calls !

GT`s

Singapore fs 05:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Wow, thanks guys for all your feedback, RSE, CT, Moscow, CA

bsb xlr8 05:29 GMT September 14, 2006
May I ask how much is the spread being offered by the platform that you are using?
Well, i have a few account. EURUSD 3 pips, GBPUSD 4 pips, etc, etc... some broker do offer EURUSD 2 pips..

Alaska Moon 05:34 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
bsb xlr8 05:29 GMT September 14, 2006
=======
My spread on EUR/$ and $/Yen is 3 pips

bsb xlr8 05:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore FS

May I ask how much is the spread being offered by the platform that you are using?

RSA Abe 05:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
moscow mike 05:15

Mike, fully agree. There is no absolute correlation between EUR/JPY and EUR/USD like there is between EUR/USD and USD/CHF. Its best to view EUR/JPY as a separate and independent ccy and NOT to take it as an indicator for Euro.

GT`s

CT Cris 05:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 04:49 GMT September 14, 2006

=====
there is no strong correlation between the said pairs.
if you refere to yestrday chart:
Eur/usd moved up 50 pips between 1045 1215 while Eur/jpy moved 10 pips only.

London 00 05:21 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Morning,
As every thursday , the chart gave birth to a new weekly bar. This bar is bullish for dollar. The signal is particulary clear for USD/CHF with major resistance at 1.2555 and support at 1.2430.Primary resistance and confirmation of this scenario at 1.2515.
GBP/USD must maintain 1.8758 in hourly opening to reach the first check point that is now located at 1.8805.
1.2707 appears to be a very strong resistance for euro. This figure is the projected resistance of the previous days and is the starting point to push the pair down to 1.2615. 1.2615 is a projected support on weekly horizon.A top deal to buy.
I'm short AUD/USD at 1.7515 for 1.7480. Expecting further loss to 1.7380. Stop above 1.7536 ; a major resistance on daily basis.
Cheers.

ca 05:20 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
i think he was referring to the correlation between euro and gbp

moscow mike 05:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 04:49 GMT September 14, 2006

There is no such an important and solid correlation between euroyen and eurusd. One may go up, other down and vice versa.

gl gt

Singapore fs 05:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Houston 04:58 GMT September 14, 2006
tp = take profit

Alaska Moon 05:01 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Take Profit

Houston 04:58 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
guys, what is meant by "tp" ?

Singapore fs 04:49 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Sorry CT Cris, another question:

Scenario 1
CT Cris 04:39 GMT September 14, 2006
cable buy at 18750 tp18785 tp2 18800.

Scenario 2
CT Cris 04:35 GMT September 14, 2006
sell E/J 149.30 tp 148.90.

Does this means that cable will move up to 18785, and euro will weakening as E/J is moving down? Meaning, both cable and euro will not be efficiently correlated for today?

CT Cris 04:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Bangkok In The City of Angel... 04:46 GMT September 14, 2006 .

I am predict for the coming movement.

CT Cris 04:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable level 18750-60 may be reached with 1-1.30 hour.

Bangkok In The City of Angel... 04:46 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
CT Cris ~ Mid term view for E/Y is 147, alternatively 61.8% retracement from 130.64 to 150.71 is expected for long term trade, move your STP to your cost + interest is my best suggestion... GL GT

CT Cris 04:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore fs 04:39 GMT September 14, 2006
CT Cris 04:25 GMT September 14, 2006
Decline little, does this refer to 5 to 10 pips? or maybe even lesser??

=====
buy at 18750-60 tp1 18785 tp2 18800.

Singapore fs 04:39 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
CT Cris 04:25 GMT September 14, 2006
Decline little, does this refer to 5 to 10 pips? or maybe even lesser??

CT Cris 04:39 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable buy at 18750 tp18785 tp2 18800.

CT Cris 04:38 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SGP LR 04:33 GMT September 14, 2006
====
yes with less motion

Singapore fs 04:37 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Rye, NY et 03:36 GMT September 14, 2006
Wow, nicely said... :)

Watch out for fundamental in around few hours from now. :P

CT Cris 04:35 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
usa sf 04:28 GMT September 14, 2006
Cris CT,

Anything on E/J. thanks
==========
sell 149.30 tp 148.90.

SGP LR 04:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
CT Cris 04:25 GMT September 14, 2006
cable may decline a little then rise.

Will E/$ have the same reaction too? Tks in adv

usa sf 04:28 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Cris CT,

Anything on E/J. thanks

CT Cris 04:25 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
cable may decline a little then rise.

Alaska Moon 04:23 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
SF analyst..... If you read this.....We promise not to be anti-american if you will come back...We miss your post !!
Moon

USA Zeus 04:13 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 00:48 GMT September 14, 2006
Zeus, have you seen or heard from our analyst friend San Fran?
--------------------------------------------------------

mw- Have not- but we better very soon. Hope his is just off wine tasting or something. He is missed here for sure and hope he returns very soon.

GT :-)

USA SF 04:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Any info on E/J pair?

Singapore GFX 03:54 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Rye, NY

Thanks for the advice

Rye, NY et 03:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Singapore GFX 03:15 GMT September 14, 2006
I'm very hesitant to tell you what to do...you must make your own decision. Having said that, I can tell you what I know:1) If the market does indeed move down past 1.2766 and there is a quick spike down to below 1.2760, then market will probably bounce up. 2) If the market moves there slowly and there is a sharp move through 1.2757, then it will probably continue lower. Pay attention to your stop today. The critical levels, right now, on the upside are today's high and yesterday's high. If today's high breaks, be careful. If yesterday's high breaks, get out...Good Trades...

Syd 03:34 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
China PBOC Vice Governor: To Improve FX Rate Mechanism

Singapore GFX 03:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Rye NY,

I am holding short Eur/USD short, bought 1.2685, when should i take proft. tia

Bangkok In The City of Angel... 03:11 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
More long on EUR/USD 1.2695... technicaly, a W base is formed, RSI and MACD confirmed solid rock base 1.2651 is unbreakable, so I long big this time, looking for 12775 to square 1/2 and eventually 12825 to square out another half... GL GT

Rye, NY et 03:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Eur/Usd...fwiw...holding short from 1.2725; stop to b/e; profit target, now, 1.2657. According to my stuff, the market will either bounce from there or break through quickly and head for 1.2585 (!), even today....imvho...austin, I hope you are well and prospering...GL/GT

bsb xlr8 02:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Yeap...
This platform trades only in the majors USD/JPY GBP/USD AUD/USD USD/ CHF and USD/CAD

Being in Asia its quite difficult to get a good platfrom...I'll have alook a GVI

Thanks

austin mw 02:33 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
bsb xlr8 02:29 GMT September 14, 2006


10 pip spread on the majors? if that is the case leave.. talk with Jay @ GVI

ca 02:32 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
they likely have less customers/banks participating in the spread and/or they just want to make more money off their customers

bsb xlr8 02:29 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 02:19 GMT September 14, 2006

Good answer but a bit unclear... :P

_____________________________________________________
Anyone else can offer a better technical explaination other than saying that its a rip off....


austin mw 02:19 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
bsb xlr8 02:15 GMT September 14, 2006
Guys...a question....

Why do certain platforms have a pip spread of 10? and why do these platforms charge you serivce charge for every trade that was made?

because there is a sucker born every minute... if that is the case with you leave NOW

bsb xlr8 02:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Guys...a question....

Why do certain platforms have a pip spread of 10? and why do these platforms charge you serivce charge for every trade that was made?

ca 02:03 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
1.27 seems to be a key pivot point right now

austin mw 01:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca 01:53 GMT September 14, 2006
austin mw 00:40 GMT September 14, 2006

did something change? i thought you were sitting on the sidelines.

i am just a pop up on the 15 minute chart and close above the 2700 so i bot with very tight stp... probably wont' work but looked good ..

Houston 01:57 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
what is tgt short for?

Montréal Taro 01:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw
Winter still far away, 2 more months before it. But I'm always ready, winter is my favorite time of the year. Unless it is a soft one like the last one... Rain and ice isn't fun.

ca 01:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 00:40 GMT September 14, 2006

did something change? i thought you were sitting on the sidelines.

austin mw 01:53 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
sorry s/l should be 2690

ca 01:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
yeah it seems like a perfect example of how a few morons ruin it for everyone else (the majority). often it takes just one person to ruin it for everyone else. it's always a shame to see and i see it way too often...

austin mw 01:51 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
BTW bot eur$ 2701 s/ 2680 tgt 2720/30 area

austin mw 01:50 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Montréal Taro 01:44 GMT September 14, 2006

are u ready for winter?

Montréal Taro 01:44 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca 01:36
Some just stop posting on the forex forum and stay on the gvi forum. Some just leave, maybe to go elsewhere or simply just stop posting. You know when you try to help others and some of these others nailed you back...
This happens every where, experiences traders tries to help new comers to start, and first thing you know, some of those new comers doesn't aggree, or other experience traders doesn't aggree, instead of ignoring the guy they take shots at him.

austin mw 01:42 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ca 01:36 GMT September 14, 2006

i have been trading at major IB since 1985 and now trade for myself and a few HNW clients.. i stumbled on this site and appreciate what others say.. problem is 5% of them are idiots and speak crap about USA.. those are the one's that come and go.. unfortunately the good guys take the bait..
gt/gl

ca 01:36 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
where do they all go? i doubt they all quit posting completely (i.e. they move to other forums)... im wondering which ones since if these are such great posters it would be worthwhile to read their posts.

Montréal Taro 01:31 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 01:28
He's not the first victim of it, this forum lost many valuable posters over time...

austin mw 01:28 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Montréal Taro 01:22 GMT September 14, 2006
austin mw 00:48
go in the archive of the latest posts from him, of this forum and the help forum, he explains why he doesn't post anymor

many thanks... i am sure i won't like what i read but i do understand... the problem is that people come into this forum and post their hate of life and he allows himself to get caught up in the debate.. gt 2 u montreal

hk ab 01:27 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
tks caba.

Montréal Taro 01:22 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
austin mw 00:48
go in the archive of the latest posts from him, of this forum and the help forum, he explains why he doesn't post anymore

Philadelphia Caba 01:15 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
ab, have low 1.1482, so far

hk ab 01:12 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
has aud/nzd broken 1.15 yet?
my quotes are blocked by firewall.

austin mw 00:48 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Zeus, have you seen or heard from our analyst friend San Fran?

Syd 00:47 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
GBP/USD OUTLOOK: To consolidate with slight positive bias, initial target 1.8830. GBP continuing recovery off recent lows; UK employment data was stronger than expected, average earnings slightly below forecasts; in tandem with CPI data validating pricing for additional BOE monetary tightening by year end. Data focus today on August retail sales. Technically, daily chart indicators neutral; pair may trade short term between 1.8720 (55-day average) and 1.8830 (Aug. 25 low); any breach of resistance would target 1.8872 (Sept. 7 high), support 1.8625 (Tuesday's low). GBP/USD last 1.8776.

Poland Otix 00:45 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Any comments on E/J pair?

austin mw 00:40 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
I can't speak for the long term move but short term eur$ is neutral.. to go long or short is a stupid bet.. sit on the sidelines and let the market dictate direction.. short term support lies @ 2680 then 2660/70.. double bottom on both.. resitance lies @2700 then 2710/20..

Gen dk 00:07 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Cannes Oil man 00:00 GMT September 14, 2006 Reply   
gsfx:
tx for nightly tip,its moving down already !
bbfn

 




Actionable trading levels delivered to YOUR charts in real-time.

GVI Trading. Potential Price Risk Scale
AA: Major, A: High, B: Medium

Mon 22 Apr 2019
AA Various- Easter Monday Holiday
A 14:00 US- Existing Homes Sales
Tue 23 Apr 2019
A 1:30 AU- CPI
Wed 24 Apr 2019
A 11:00 DE- IFO Survey
AA 18:00 US- BOC Decision
A 16:00 EZ- EIA Crude
Wed 24 Apr 2019
A 11:00 DE- IFO Survey
AA 18:00 US- BOC Decision
A 16:00 EZ- EIA Crude
Thu 25 Apr 2019
A 12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
A 12:30 US- Durable Goods
Fri 26 Apr 2019
A 12:30 US- GDP
A 15:00 US- Final Univ of Michigan


Global-View Affiliate Program

We are starting an affiliate program to market some of our products.

Send me an email if you would be interested or if you know someone who would like to be an affiliate. Generous commissions payout for those accepted.

Put the word "affiliate" in the email subject line.

Contact us

Start trading with forex broker Markets Cube




pic

Retail Forex Brokerage Changing!

Are you looking for your first broker or do you need of a new one? There are more critical things to consider than you might have thought.

We were trading long before there were online brokers. Global-View has been directly involved with the industry since its infancy. We've seen everything and are up-to-data with recent regulatory changes.

Our Best Brokers listing section includes:Forex Broker Reviews, Forex Broker Directory, Forex Broker Comparisons and advice on How to Choose a Forex Broker

If would like guidance, advice, or have any concerns at all ASK US. We are here to help you.

SEE Our Best Brokers List

Currency Trading Tools

  • Live rates, currency news, fx charts. 

  • Research reports and currency forecasts.

  • Foreign Exchange database and history.

  • Weekly economic calendar.

Directory of  Forex trading tools

 
Terms of Use    Disclaimer    Privacy Policy    Contact    Site Map


Forex Forum
Forex Trading Forum
Forex Forum + forex rates
Forex Forum Archives
Forex Forum RSS
Free Registration

Trading Forums
Currency Forum Guide
Forum Directory
Open Forum
Futures Forum
Political Forum
Forex Brokers
Compare Forex Brokers
Forex Broker News
Forex Broker Hotline

Online Forex Trading
Forex Trading Tools
Currency Trading Tools
Forex Database
FX Chart Points
Risk/Carry Trade Chart Points
Economic Calendar
Quicklinks to Economic Data
Currency Futures Swaps
Fibonacci Calculator
Currency Futures Calculator

Forex Education
Forex Learning Center
FX Trading Basics Course
Forex Trading Course
Forex Trading Handbook

Forex Analysis
Forex Forecasts
Interest Rate Forecasts
Central Bank Forecasts

FX Charts and Quotes
Live FX Rates
Live Global Market Quotes
Live Forex Charts
US Dollar Index Chart
Global Chart Gallery
Daily Market Tracker
Forex News
Forex Blog
Forex News
Forex Blog Archives
Forex News RSS
Forex Services
Forex Products
GVI Forex
Free Trials
FX Bookstore
FX Jobs and Careers
Jobs USA
Jobs UK
Jobs Canada

Forex Forum

The Global-View Forex Forum is the hub for currency trading on the web. Founded in 1996, it was the original forex forum and is still the place where forex traders around the globe come 24/7 looking for currency trading ideas, breaking forex news, fx trading rumors, fx flows and more. This is where you can find a full suite of forex trading tools, including a complete fx database, forex chart points, live currency rates, and live fx charts. In addition, there is a forex brokers directory where you can compare forex brokers. There is also a forex brokers hotline where you can ask for help choosing a forex broker that meets your individual fx trading needs. Interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading.

Forex News

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.

 

WARNING: FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRADING AND INVESTMENT IN DERIVATIVES CAN BE VERY SPECULATIVE AND MAY RESULT IN LOSSES AS WELL AS PROFITS. FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND DERIVATIVES TRADING IS NOT SUITABLE FOR MANY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC AND ONLY RISK CAPITAL SHOULD BE APPLIED. THE WEBSITE DOES NOT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT SPECIAL INVESTMENT GOALS, THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF INDIVIDUAL USERS. YOU SHOULD CAREFULLY CONSIDER YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION AND CONSULT YOUR FINANCIAL ADVISORS AS TO THE SUITABILITY TO YOUR SITUATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY INVESTMENT OR ENTERING INTO ANY TRANSACTIONS.

By using this website, you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, and Cookie Policy

Copyright ©1996-2014 Global-View. All Rights Reserved.
Hosting and Development by Blue 105

?>