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Forex Forum Archive for 10/30/2007

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Melbourne Qindex 23:39 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USD/CAD : The odds are in favor of maintaining a short position when the market is below 0.9497. The current expected trading range from the weekly cycle is 0.9525 - 0.9578.

GVI Jay 23:28 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
I posted this on the Help Forum and it is worth reposting here for those who try trading without stops. This is where the trends, like we are in now (i.e. major dollar downtrends) can be deadly if you try to fade them without discipline.

GVI Jay 23:04 GMT October 30, 2007
Thiis is a great quote sent to me by Michael Duane Archer, author of several books, including "Getting Started in Currency Trading" and one we should repeat often :

Money management is not sexy but its what separates the winners from the losers, IMHO. I see a lot of sites recommending trading without stops…for the new trader that is just suicide.

London NYAM 23:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Z//So now your the mailman?! Im kidding. The forum would be a very dull place without you. Even if your wrong its worth the space. I may not share your style, but in a GV get together, i'd be drinking on your end of the bar. Gnight mate.

Alaska Moon 23:20 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:55 GMT October 30, 2007
Alaska Moon 22:31 GMT October 30, 2007
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To start this off..... I don't drive 60 mph looking only in the rear view mirror... LOL. I see TA in forex or stock trading the same way....
I think saying that "trends" do not exist is saying the GVI learning info is Bull Sh*t...
I define a trend such as EUR/US... I like a 4 hour chart spanning 6 months. Last April EUR/US was 1.3300 and today it is 1.4400. I trade on my own "what's happening now" but only in the direction as I see the trend.
As far as the other conditions you mentioned....the answer of those depends ....
Just as the present time for me....I had traded EUR/US long for more than 4 months, but have been flat now for 2 weeks...
This is one of my conditions....I don't trade long at record prices...Has it gone higher since I closed all my positions...yes
it has. I usually don't worry about the money I didn't make....or the money I didn't lose.....
I would just like for the new traders on this forum to understand there is a lot of ways to make/lose money in this business....
I think you have been sucessful.... trading a method that I would lose doing... LOL
Moon

USA Zeus 23:14 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY 23:02 GMT October 30, 2007
Is ok BAY. Point was in reference to so called 3rd party speak i.e. "Karl Malone don't play sub for nobody" LOL

Please carry on!

USA Zeus 23:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Gold should falter more from here. Front month is 784.90. Look for it to drop into the 77x's soon.

USA Zeus 23:04 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
FW CS 22:13 GMT October 30, 2007

CS- Thx for the kind words. Well right or wrong all we can do is accept the risk for whatever reward there may or may not be of course.

I just find it odd at the lack of active but overabundance of passive sheepish lemming comments. It's OK to be right or wrong but many here are not making comments of trading merit just "Z is against T" newscasts.

Have a great one and GL to you!

USA BAY 23:02 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA ZEUS,

Pardon us Zeus. Must be the pubbing. No more unrelated forex post from my side. Cheers

dc CB 23:01 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
So, not too long ago a tier 1 brokerage house came out with $100 oil. So, weeeeeeeee need a rate cut, so maybe for a while people will stop looking uder our carpets to try an find out how much toxic waste we've shoved under there. So, oil is going to 100 and lookie there gold is going above 800 and gawd look at them ags....

The Washington Branch is trying to get a rate cut, but with the Street so gungho commods, looking like a moral hazzard. Wash to NY branch...tell em to take profits on oil, tell em it's gone high enough.

Golly, commods sell off, "what moral hazzard?"...give me that rate cut....

"I'm Gumby dammittt!"

USA Zeus 22:59 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 22:54 GMT October 30, 2007
Well we were not supposed to use this as a personal chat room so I guess..

Cheers!

USA BAY 22:57 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London Nyam,

Lol. Looks like Haloween party has begun. GT/GL

USA Zeus 22:55 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Alaska Moon 22:31 GMT October 30, 2007

Actually yes Moon. This will be great. Please define what a trend is and how one quantifies it and determines when it begins and ends in a forward looking manner- not a best fit overoptimized EW curve-fit method but a true money maker.
Also, Please define stops in loss and trailing. I seem to get criticized for scaling a fig or two but then I noticed the forum went silent about trends a week ago on a dollar rally only for everyone to return chirping after they were surely stopped out. I only say they must have been stopped out because 200-300 pips seems like a lot here as many seem to set whiplash 30 pip stops and yet criticize the method of Zeus with the "deep pockets" comments. Amazing how many bandwagoners there are when they have been mostly silent for so long only to return on peaks and chirp "Trend it is! Free money just buy and hold..."

Alrighty then.

London NYAM 22:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY 22:18 GMT//Exactly! Zs talking in third person again, DS is calling for the moon (Alaskan?) surprised Mahmood isnt stirring. Very amusing like GV all went to the pub.

Philadelphia Caba 22:50 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 22:43
czech here 2, living past 10y in Philly! if you want, ask Jay for my e-mail ... happy trading & welcome aboard!

USA Zeus 22:48 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
isr jweb 22:16 GMT October 30, 2007

Just checked- but no msg :(

BUD PS 22:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba 21:38 GMT October 30, 2007

czech, living for past three years in budapest

Alaska Moon 22:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:07 GMT October 30, 2007
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I do not think you really want someone to define what they think is a trend. if you really want me to define how I determiine a trend I will be happy to tell you...
Moon

Stockholm za 22:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

I agree 100%... however this is an example of a good trend in a fool fool paradise :-
There is no trend – no range -no reversal point –no neutral risk – no money management -no position sizing -no equity curve – no forum - no price – no currency – no market - no life.
Happy trades to all......

Philadelphia Caba 22:20 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Goldcoast fxi 22:15 GMT October 30, 2007
he has no calculations or Tech Analysis, hi's alien ... "all PLANET is calling top and longing $"...lol..

USA BAY 22:18 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Low volatility=crazy hour. LOL

isr jweb 22:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
zeus = please check your mail. thanks

Goldcoast fxi 22:15 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 21:50 GMT October 30, 2007
EUR/USD going to 1.74

Please share your calculations or Tech Analysis
for such target - TIA

FW CS 22:13 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 22:07 GMT October 30, 2007
O mighty Zeus, loud and clear. All respect to you even if you turn out to be wrong at least you post and show your trades and views real time. My techs are showing a slightly weaker $ but mostly consolidation for next few weeks and not a collpasing $ ... yet. I hope we are both right at the right time.

USA Zeus 22:07 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
They will say I am against a "trend" whatever that means (in advance). The only question is when will they see the end of the trend. The masses are always right (positions or not) at the exact wrong time- esp those armchair chirpers

We are at the reversal point NOW! That is my view take it or leave it.

Anyone who believes we are in a "trend" please define what that means and if NOW is the time to get in and for how long and with what stop etc. Otherwise pathetic "we are in a trend..." BS! The past is the past and no one seems to be able to quantify what it even means!!!... i.e. "cut your losses short and let your profits ride"...."buy low sell high"..."Gartman regurgitates..." Nice ideas to qualify AFTER the tape prints without any rules or rational interpretation other than reading yesterday's news headlines.

Those views are from that $10 trading guide!

Now- Slam it down now and put your $ where your mouth is. Bring it!

Alaska Moon 22:06 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Not much market info today.....but PLENTY entertainment !! LOL
Moon

Bris 22:02 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 21:50 GMT October 30, 2007

DS the pot stirrer
you are not a billionnaire YET ???

Bangkok FUA 21:51 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
hi zeus,
you are against the trend now and still holding your positions. Thumbs up! must have a big pocket to do so..

GENEVA DS 21:50 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 21:45 GMT October 30, 2007
Beware of whipsaw lashes here. Looks like EUR/USD and GBP/USD are in that terminal 5 of a 5 of a 5 of a 5. The great Zeus wave reversal pattern is taking hold- BEHOLD!

I like it ZEUS... hope you did not forget about that 3 of V in between of all them.... , then the new count could still go to 1.7400.... hope not for us all.... good trades

USA Zeus 21:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Beware of whipsaw lashes here. Looks like EUR/USD and GBP/USD are in that terminal 5 of a 5 of a 5 of a 5. The great Zeus wave reversal pattern is taking hold- BEHOLD!
LOL

Lahore FM 21:39 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 21:36 GMT October 30, 2007
NYAM,agree word to word on the possible outcomes as you stated.good trades!

Philadelphia Caba 21:38 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 14:43 GMT October 30, 2007
PS, where r u from?

Lahore FM 21:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Syd .. 21:32 GMT October 30, 2007
lolzzzz...one shud be flexible but still a degree of conviction with orginal view is essential.

London NYAM 21:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
FM//Unfortunately, agree with you. The price action has not shown itself as exhaustive on the smaller time scales and more pain is ahead for shorters like me. The question will be answered tomorrow as to how the FOMC and the market meet. A quarter point and dovish talk will probably squeeze more dollar shorts out to 2.0720 and 1.4530. No rise will knock the equity markets and really run the dollar back up. I suppose i am betting on quarter point and hawkish tone and/or no change. So risky play.
For those about to...

Syd .. 21:32 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Lahore FM 21:29 thats true, get the feeling market trying to manipulate and may come unstuck , it being halloween :-)))

Lahore FM 21:29 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Syd .. 21:18 GMT October 30, 2007
Syd originally think usd can fall more.price action heading into fomc will throw some light as well.we will have to decide upon medium term direction post fomc though.

Van jv 21:28 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
NYAM--thanks, appreciate; had no idea of
"rule of non-overlapping territory"

London NYAM 21:21 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Van jv 21:05//ew suggests that terminal patterns can exhibit corrective behaviour even though they are part of an impulsive move. A 'terminal 5', the final 'impulsive' move can appear corrective as the wave 2 and wave 4 breaks the rule of non-overlapping territory (and is also composed of three waves instead of fives like a triangle so some people call it a terminal triangle), a basic requirement of an impulse (the opposite of corrective). Also a b-wave does not have to stay below the wave 5 highs, indeed according to Neely, it usually does exceed the highs in what people call a bull-trap or a head fake. In this event however it usually implies underlying momentum in the correction so the folllowing c wave usually has difficulty breaking below the wave a lows.

Van jv 21:19 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GVI john 21:10
Some Trading Principles
Thanks , timely -
for me and many

Syd .. 21:18 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Thanks JV

Lahore FM 21:04
any feelings getting close to bottom on USD , a few views starting to creep into the market the last couple of days thanks

USA BAY 21:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Dollar Falls to 26-year Lows Against British Pound ahead of FOMC Decision - Strong Rebound Unlikely

http://www.dailyfx.com/story/currency/eur_news/Dollar_Falls_to_26_year_Lows_1193766030050.html

GVI john 21:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Some Trading Principles from the GVI Learning Center

1) Never add to losing positions.(pyramiding) especially in trending markets.
2) The key to survival as a trader is never to trade without a stop.
3) Gartman- Markets can remain irrational longer than we can remain solvent.
4) Keep your leverage low.
5) Never get married to a position, There will always be a better trade in the future.

Van jv 21:05 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Syd....Thanks for GBP market focus and many other..
RE"From a technical perspective, Lehman Brothers says cable's entire rally from $1.9650 looks corrective..

can a move to new high be called corrective?

Lahore FM 21:04 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GVI Jay 20:57 GMT October 30, 2007
CDA FinMin Flaherty says rapid rise of C$ makes things "quite difficult" for business

Syd .. 20:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Forex Focus: Sterling Has More To Worry About Than The Fed
While it would take a brave person to argue against the Federal Reserve's actions Wednesday dictating the immediate direction for the major currencies, it shouldn't be forgotten that the underlying reasons for a currency's strength, or weakness, also lie closer to home.
In the case of sterling, its standing as a high yielder propelled it to a fresh 26-year high of $2.0650 back in July, and ahead of Wednesday's expected 25-basis-point rate cut from the Fed, the pound is skirting those heady levels once again.
However, if sterling's interest rate advantage begins to fade, and there are signs of that appearing, then the pound may come under pressure in the weeks and months ahead.
Hometrack Monday reported that the annual rate of U.K. house price inflation slowed to 4.4% in October, the weakest rate since September 2006.
On the same day, the Bank of England noted mortgage approvals fell to 102,000 in September, the lowest level since July 2005.
Analysts at UBS said that although the monthly number of mortgage approvals remains above the long-run average of 99,000, it is further evidence of a slow, but steady cooling in the U.K. housing market.
Going forward, the bank says it expects both housing activity and prices to ease further, as higher policy rates, tighter credit conditions and affordability issues continue to weigh.
Expectations of U.K. monetary easing by the end of the year are already increasing, says the bank, with the market currently pricing in a 78% chance of a cut by year-end.
The bank retains a one-month target of $2.03 for sterling, with a three-month target way down at $1.93, albeit with a caveat that if this week's events (the Fed rate decision and U.S. payrolls data) should disappoint dollar investors, then sterling would likely receive another boost against the dollar.
Ashraf Laidi at cmcmarkets.com says the pound's break back above $2.06 Monday came on the dollar weakness play, although it also performed well on rising risk appetite against the likes of the Swiss franc and the Japanese yen.
However, Laidi recommends caution with sterling, saying excessive risk appetite implies the threat of a sharp correction ahead, especially considering the latest evidence of a slowing housing market and ahead of next week's Bank of England inflation report.
Cable stalled at a fresh three-month high of $2.0635 Monday, and so far Tuesday the high has been $2.0634.
Analysts at Citigroup seem to be singing from the same hymn sheet, saying that although sterling has outperformed their expectations, it continues to believe that the U.K. economy is at a turning point with a marked slowdown in growth likely in the next few quarters, led by the housing and consumer sector.
And BNP Paribas brings up the recent Bank of England half yearly Stability Report, with its warning that money markets may freeze again if weak U.S. housing depresses asset-backed security markets further.
This, says the bank, should not be taken lightly, given the U.K. economy's exposure to housing and the financial industry, and the bank says it remains sterling bearish, although until U.K. consumer spending weakness starts to show through, cable might be buffered.
From a technical perspective, Lehman Brothers says cable's entire rally from $1.9650 looks corrective, which warns of a short-term downside risk.
ABN Amro says cable's momentum is low and significantly higher peaks or troughs are no longer being formed on the charts.
Due to this lack of a trend, and with the rate already having achieved a projected price target of $2.0620, this currency pair is best avoided until new signals appear, says the bank.
RBS's Adrian Schmidt says perhaps the most interesting of the positioning measures at the moment are the risk reversals, which very unusually in a euro uptrend are favoring euro puts/dollar calls, and are substantially in favor of sterling puts. Accompanied by a rise in volume in the last few sessions, this suggests that players with long cash positions are hedging through options. Historically, this is a warning signal of a potential turning point approaching, and given the evidence of significant long positioning in euros and sterling from other indicators it is a warning worth taking seriously.
Schmidt says the last time sterling/dollar risk reversals were this dramatically in favor of sterling puts was at the low below $1.40 in 2001, and they have never been as counter-directional as they are now. So there you have it; datafundamentals and charts would seem to imply that sterling has had its day, and if the Fed springs a surprise Wednesday and leaves rates unchanged, then sterling may become one of the greenback's first victims.

Stockholm za 20:44 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

Nice to see all the holy-grail post.... however VAR.
You guys must know something that Tokyo Jon don’t.../didn’t...

USA Zeus 20:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Looks like that neutral risk idea shared yesterday is about to begin- i.e. flight to safety and USD strength.

GT!

PAR 20:11 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USD and JPY are the two sick currencies of the world and creating trouble for all well meaning economies .

USA Zeus 20:07 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Smth tells me this is a rare opportunity. Used remaining special opportunities allocation and shorted EUR/USd 1.4441 and GBP/USD 2.0699. Moved stops away from previous for now.

This is going to get good from here.

USA Zeus 19:50 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
isr jweb 19:46 GMT October 30, 2007

Sure. Just e-mail Jay. He can forward your contact info.
GT! :-)

isr jweb 19:46 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
zeus. how can i get your email? i need to ask you a private question

Maribor 19:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
jkt rick 19:15 GMT October 30, 2007

Large stop...do you expect as large or larger profit target?

Maribor 19:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
jkt rick : you made formidable call in dec. 2005 and also when EUR was 1,16. Last calls(regarding AUD) were not succesfull...Do you have explanation why?

USA Zeus 19:40 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Tokyo 19:20 GMT October 30, 2007
jkt rick 19:15 GMT October 30, 2007


My pleasure. The past does not determine the future. Armchair traders chirping about the obvious history on the chart are not dictating the future. There is no serial dependencies there. There are no mandatory price levels. The future will be different than the past. Flip a coin and take a pick. Luck does not determine skill. There is no such thing as an expert in trading. Everything and nothing works all at the same time. Trend traders are wrong most of the time (see JW Henry) The trend is your friend until it is about to end. Trends don't exist anywhere but in your mind. There are no rules that universally define a trend in the financial markets i.e. when does it begin and when does it end, how much of "it" is actually booked, how one knows when an entry was wrongly taken. Plan your trades and trade your plans. Right or wrong, any single trade should be meaningless if you use proper money management and position sizing. The only thing that matters is the equity curve.

Happy Day!

isr jweb 19:22 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
you betting that the eur will reach 1.55?

Tokyo 19:20 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
jkt rick 19:15 GMT October 30, 2007
i see nothing bright in this attitude towards a trending market.Zeus can you help him with it please!

nj jf 19:19 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
jkt rick 19:15 GMT October 30, 2007
your keeping the dog ?

jkt rick 19:15 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
sell farm, wifes car, livestock, cattle, 401k, stock options, bonds, mortgage any asset, and now short euro 1.4438 s/l 1.550, short gbp 2.0674. no s/l.

USA Zeus 18:47 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Covered 1/2 gold shorts for +13.10/contract

USA Zeus 18:46 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 16:38 GMT October 30, 2007
Covered 1/2 oil shorts @ 91.13 for +2.55/contract
Covered another 1/4 shorts @ 90.13 for +3.55/contract


PAR 18:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
I am trying to sell some 1.O500 IMM Canadian dollar calls but the volumes are inexsistent .

Makassar Alimin 18:40 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
once euro is under 1.4408 will move stop loss to BE, off for now

Lahore FM 18:37 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
isr jweb 18:25 GMT October 30, 2007
240 is on the cards.still we have event risk tomm.shall see soon.

Thanx Nyam!

madrid mm 18:32 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
PAR 18:10 GMT October 30, 2007

in YEN or in US$ ?

8-)

London NYAM 18:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Kevin// Or drop the s/l if we get to .9090. Good luck to you friend.
Off for the night to rest up for the big event.
Ciao!

HK Kevin 18:27 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 17:03 GMT, AUD to revisit the previous high 0.9078 is enough for my short position from 0.9232. Possibly would close it before the FOMC meeting.

saopaulo cg 18:26 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   


short eurjpy at 165.71, there is still a posibility that usdjpy goes to 115.50 but in the mid term i think that short eurjpy is the best trade.

London NYAM 18:26 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Bravo FM!

isr jweb 18:25 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
fm. Dynamite. Where are we heading. gbp/jpy?

Lahore FM 18:22 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Lahore FM 05:27 GMT September 25, 2007
long gbpusd 2.0117,will close out with loss if daily close below 2.0050.
--
closed 2.0666.

Makassar Alimin 18:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Hong Kong YH 18:05 GMT October 30, 2007

just give it time to roll over and we will see what's impossible now might just be very possible later on, after all it does not damage the existing trend to have a decent and healthy correction

London NYAM 18:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
YH/ Im as confident as i can be since the 2.0690 held and as long as we can see decent offers if we tip up to 2.0720. above 2.0845 is coming. I just would expect it to come later than this.
On EuroUsd its getting harder and harder to get up to 1.4540-50.
P.S. Im not akways right! ;)

PAR 18:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
What is the average age of BOJ board members ?

Hong Kong YH 18:05 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 16:39 GMT October 30, 2007
Anyway I would expect to see the 1.41xx before the 1.46xx and the 2.02xx before the 2.08xx

May I ask how confident for the above statement. I know you are always right, but this time seem not possible.

Hong Kong YH 18:00 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Do you think GBP can test 2.0745 or even higher? Today GBP is the strongest.

Makassar Alimin 17:57 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
short eurusd here 1.4432 for 1.4368, stop 1.4454

NYC NYC3 17:50 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
if RE values drop 40% price would be back to just where they were 2 yrs ago.

The 600k home bot in Westcherster cnty in 1996 let aone 300 in 1985, would still be 1.1 million.

riots?

USA BAY 17:46 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
queensland smurfes,

Don't we have enough bloodshed in this world. Try to have positive thoughts and try posting related to forex.

NYC NYC3 17:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
moter fuel as a % of incomes has dropped dramatically through the yrs.

12kmi/20mpg = 600 gallons, diff of 3 vs 2 is 600$
vs avg incomes of 40,000

queensland smurfes 17:40 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Exactly 10 years ago this time, asian currencies devalued, in indonesia fuel prices were the same as the US price in gallons right now( indonesia has subsidized oil now) it resulted in widespread riots...will this happen in america too?

isr jweb 17:38 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
ZEUS ru throwing in the towel yet? i mean i made some pips - thanks to you. question is are we done yet?

isr jweb 17:38 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
ZEUS ru throwing in the towel yet? i mean i made some pips - thanks to you. question is are we done yet?

London NYAM 17:29 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Funny how the 'Beast' (cable) is naturally drawn to 2.0666...

NYC 17:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Queensland, that is not news

queensland smurfes 17:19 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
just read the news, it says the (un)popularity poll for bush is now at all time lows of 20%. does this include the 59 million people who voted for him for the 2nd term?.. there are still another 369 days for terror to continue in america.

madrdi mm 17:12 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 17:07 GMT October 30, 2007

....and beyond maybe ?!?!? ...

GENEVA DS 17:07 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Miami Dade 16:51 GMT October 30, 2007
May I ask what a shooting star is?

Take this with fun plse... a shooting star means.. the aussie will soon shoot to the moon...

madrdi mm 17:06 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
NYC nyc3 16:56 GMT October 30, 2007

good question an d i do not believe anyone knows the answer really...But 1 thing for sure IMHO, is that JPY is behaving "strangely"...8-)

So much for my correlation knowledge 8-)

All i know is that probably a lot of Europeans, Brits , Australians etc... will go Christmas shopping in the USofA this year 8-)

Next year could be another story though.

London NYAM 17:03 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GV impressive collection!
Kevin// yes it looks good as a short term sell but in E-Wave seems like a wave 4 so possibly buy on dip to .91 lows?

Global-View Learning Center 16:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Miami -- check out our new learning Center where we have a Technical Glossary

NYC nyc3 16:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
We are not there yet of course, but how BIG might this
YEN carry unwinding be, if it unravels?

is yen carry free monely like Subprimewas thought to be?

madrdi mm 16:55 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Miami dade visit ----->
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/shootingstar.asp

madrdi mm 16:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
PAR 16:14 GMT October 30, 2007

Could well be !!! 8-)

And soon in a theatre near you " the 1 million Euro Carry trade baby" with the US$ in the main role and the JPY as it side stick 8-) And the Euro in the sherriff role ? 8-)

US$ used as a funding currency !?!?! We never know.....

Beverly Hills Tom 16:52 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
queensland smurfes 15:23 GMT October 30, 2007
"scratching my bum drinking beer and having fun with australian beauties"

Don't be daft, mate, them birds are dogs. Everyone knows the real aussie beauties move to LA just as soon as they turn legal.

Miami Dade 16:51 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
May I ask what a shooting star is?

HK Kevin 16:42 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 16:17 GMT, AUD is likely to form a shooting star in the daily chart

London NYAM 16:39 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
There are a lot of post-hoc reasons to be bullish USD:
1. Its overbought
2. Many real money flows into EUR and GBP are proabbly going to pause leaving it to the specs to run the show (typical 5th waves)
3. Capital inflows for cheap US assets are increasing the Trade deficit already looks like its turning.
4. Bad news may already have been priced in.
5. Just give a major geopolitical event a run-in and it will thw out some safe haven interest.
Anyway I would expect to see the 1.41xx before the 1.46xx and the 2.02xx before the 2.08xx

USA Zeus 16:38 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Covered 1/2 oil shorts @ 91.13 for +2.55/contract

USA BAY 16:37 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
HONG KONG AHE,

HI,

Could you please share your view on nzd/jpy and nzd/usd please. tia

MLT PA 16:27 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
The Asian CB sales seen a week ago on eur/usd have now been absored. We could see further sales, but dips remain shallow, like most other counter-trend sales have been - especially considering the US Dollar has been in steady decline since mid 2001. Closes above 1.4485 and 2.0630 on eur/usd and gbp/usd respectively will hearld a November rally against the buck.

isr jweb 16:25 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
2.00 usd (now anyone can interpit this, either 2 usd= 1 euro, or 2 usd = 1 gbp) - only one lord knows where this is heading. i think that the us reminds me of some 3rd world nation.

pittsburgh pa 16:21 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
so does anyone have a eur/usd target for this week?

London NYAM 16:17 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Kevin// lol I liked the way you wrote it!

Van jv 16:17 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
lower cons.confidence;among others, important factor for an avg. citizen is declining USD. There is a good argument for Fed not to weaken USD by their action and talk, at least temporarily......

Toronto tn 16:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Durex City XXS 15:16 GMT October 30, 2007

Hey Bob, if you want to play the role of the joker troll perhaps you should learn proper English first, as your gibberish is mostly incomprehensible.

HK Kevin 16:14 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 15:55 GMT, sorry. My post should read " I just smell a mid-term bottom on USD weakness..."

PAR 16:14 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Maybe tomorrow we see a coordinated Japan , USA interest rate cut to boost japanese and Us car manufacturers,and respective stock markets . We will see .

Stockholm za 15:57 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

re.....
You guys fuss and fight with each other toooo much.
3 years in the future will only reveal it is useless…
Just wait for the annual GVI conference in New York to see all who win the rewards, especial the FCA.

London NYAM 15:55 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Do you man the bottom is in or do you mean the bottom is going to drop? I guess the dollar should get some depenz then Kev.

HK Kevin 15:44 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
I just smell a mid-term bottom weakness on USD from the posts of GV members to USD Zeus

London NYAM 15:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
You know, Z has a point. No-one who grinds on about how dumb it is to fade a trend has been posrting their entries with the exception of FM who goes both directions (when he was posting them). And not to mention that all these alias-nobodies that are posting now (as it is clear the contras ARE under some water) are always silent. Amazing really.

NYC nyc3 15:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
long term USX based investors love this era. except for 90 yr olds, accumulation is the game. someone wants to buy euros for ? where will it go? 149?, that is good

queensland smurfes 15:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
usa zeus,

if u live in usa you are no zeus.

i am really enjoying this, watching how the world changes without me doing anything. 6 yrs ago my house in the gold was worth $250000 aud, so my net worth was only $125000 usd. now the average price is around $500000 aud and worth $ 462 000 in usd. so i am richer $340,000 usd just by scratching my bum drinking beer and having fun with australian beauties. they say the dollar is going to parity and i am going to be even richer. the poor buggers cant only not travel to my country anymore, they cant even travel interstate in their own country. while i can go to the usa every month and get a taste of what they have to offer. i love you american politicians you. please dont change.

PAR 15:18 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Weaker than expected consumer confidence opens door for a 50 bp Fed and Discount rate cut tomorrow . Although Countrywide and co found a new stream of money through the Federal Home Loan Banks .( $163 billion in august and september)

Durex City XXS 15:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 15:12 GMT October 30, 2007

XXS it is but still more than enough to carry you and Zeus the same time. better you watch the XXL CPI # out your country.

Maribor 15:12 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Durex City XXS 14:56 GMT October 30, 2007

I like it - post is just according to your inicials - extra extra small.

Shenzhen CP 14:59 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
LDN Mahmood 14:16 GMT October 30, 2007
Zeus whatever happened to your long usd/cad positions?

USA Zeus 16:09 GMT October 18, 2007
Long USD/CAD .9736
USA Zeus 13:33 GMT October 19, 2007
Added some USD/CAD .9647
USA Zeus 15:32 GMT October 19, 2007
Yes- added USD/CAD .9632

Be kind to Zeus. Let me continue to entertain GV readers.

USA Zeus 14:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
isr jweb 14:47 GMT October 30, 2007
jweb- Thx. Well we never know for sure. Just accepting risks and dealing with the outcome accordingly. If indeed this pair goes higher there will be many here who will offer cheap thoughts about "Don't you think it would have been better to..." as if they did etc.

GL! and GT!

Durex City XXS 14:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Zeus, having you in this world causes the use of condoms to sky rocket. the fear and risk factors to have something like you to born again makes people to go long rubber, I guess so.

London NYAM 14:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 14:43//Yes unless they died in battle...
Think we may see more of Zeus however as it looks nice an ripe. Suggest you post your t/ps on this one Z. Good luck and Good trades.

USA Zeus 14:52 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 14:43 GMT October 30, 2007
PS- Right! Hence I did NOT report the gains in hindsight until iquired as that is not my style. At the time of exit, I did not have access to posting here so never bothered later to take credit as that is a silly no-no here.

Happy Trades!

isr jweb 14:47 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
zeus. i pray that you are right. sold gbp 2.068

BUD PS 14:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 14:31 GMT October 30, 2007

Zeus, I guess you owe that one to the readers of this forum. we've got a proverb in czech that reads like 'everyone's a general after the battle is fought'...

USA Zeus 14:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
LDN Mahmood 14:25 GMT October 30, 2007

If it is that important to you for some unknown reason please contact Jay for add'l details.

Cheers!

NYC nyc3 14:27 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
yen holding in a tight consolidation. implication, sooner or sooner the trend reasserts. (carryboys blow up.)
//
I had 3 big winning trades, but was unable to post entries or exits!

LDN Mahmood 14:25 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 14:18 GMT // How conveniently interesting :))

USA Zeus 14:18 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
LDN Mahmood 14:16 GMT October 30, 2007

Was unable to post taking gains on that nice timely pop for a scalp. Same for the $20 on gold etc.

LDN Mahmood 14:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Zeus whatever happened to your long usd/cad positions?

USA Zeus 16:09 GMT October 18, 2007
Long USD/CAD .9736
USA Zeus 13:33 GMT October 19, 2007
Added some USD/CAD .9647
USA Zeus 15:32 GMT October 19, 2007
Yes- added USD/CAD .9632

USA Zeus 14:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Ok- All in EUR/USD short 1.4426 and GB/USD 2.0677.
Will never post again if these do not reverse.

Happy Day!

london phil 14:06 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
consumer confidence 95.6 expected 99

JAK BOND 13:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 13:45 GMT October 30, 2007

How many pips will the USD to retace back later?

Mtl JP 13:55 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
data risk at top of hour

Oct Conference Board Consumer Confidence
market: 99.0 last: 99.8

USA Zeus 13:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Will use previously mentioned stops for all.

Happy Day!

USA Zeus 13:44 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Ok- Giant crystal ball says USD to be championed later. Special opportunity allocations in short EUR/USD 1.4406 and GBP/USD 2.0666

PAR 13:08 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
After being up more than 300 points after the last 6 sessions Dow is showing a little bit of profit taking . Expect market to rally in the afternoon .

madrid mm 13:00 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
I am falling asleep 8-)

Confidence Index - Level
10:00ET
Consensus
99.0

London Geronimo140 12:48 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
short eur/jpy at 165.40 stop 165.60 bid
long usd/chf at 1.1630 stop 1.1610 for 1.1685

HK [email protected] 12:45 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

It will not be so easy to blow off the chart formation on JPY/USD built since Oct-1. Lets see. Yen bears have a small problem for the last few days.





PAR 12:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Big stops have been building in USDJPY above 115.00 .

London NYAM 12:15 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 11:52//.9500 would be a decent line in the sand but under .9478 concides with two hits on the s-t charts at .9470 and .9473. The major 2.618 extension at .9478 is from daily swings so a thicker pencil is needed of about 30-40 pips. So .9460 might yet be too tight. My stop zone is .9429 and that is undersdably far as my upward targets are also closer to a return to parity, unless i get stopped then its meant to be alonger term trade.
Another problem is were under 1.00 tends to need a logorithmic approach over these large scale moves- kind of fudges things a little so i have to keep an eye on the pattern as well as the target. good luck!

Melbourne Qindex 12:05 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : The odds are in favor of maintaining a short position when the market is below 2.0633. On the other hand the odds are in favor of taking a long position when the market is trading above 2.0678.

Melbourne Qindex 11:58 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : The market can easily move between 2.0549 - 2.0690.

Jerusalem ML 11:55 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Sell GPB/USD
target 2.0590 today

BUD PS 11:52 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 10:30 GMT October 30, 2007

cheers, man. do you expect 9460 to hold regardless of what ben & his rangers to tomorrow? there's still one long USD/CAD order (if I remember correctly) @ 9500?

Melbourne Qindex 11:51 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : The weekly cycle indicates that the market is going to consolidate between 2.0549 - 2.0759. The weekly cycle pivot center is located at 2.0633 - 2.0678.

Makassar Alimin 11:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 11:06 GMT October 30, 2007

agree with your analysis, certainly a good r/r trade, I think at some point market will back off a bit prior to Fed's announcement

AZUSA 4x-ed 11:24 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Stockholm za 01:21 GMT October 30, 2007
Re: T lines; Quite agree that based on the strictest definition, this should not be a subjective matter. However, in certain cases, I like to evaluate these lines in the context of price action (i.e. likely areas of S/R). Could very well be wrong on that… but then again, even some old Bones have been known to do it.

Como Perrie 11:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
contrary to the wsj speculation about not surely a cut, a 1/4 might be well seen too - doubt this usdindex has finished downside so easily - yet room to go charts showing currently

Philadelphia Caba 11:22 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
SNB Will Take Action If Weak CHF Impacts Inflation - Roth

Como Perrie 11:21 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
ref usdjpy as per now looks like 114.38 to provide some defence later, even if the key stop supporting level to the whole here stays yet there around the 114ish

Como Perrie 11:09 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
usdjpy looks like loves to settle lower 114.50 to 114.10 or so

London NYAM 11:06 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
I have a large cluster of Fib targets between 2.0648 and 2.0678. If these break there is alarge risk we make a strong run through to the next area 2.0800 to 2.0900 centered at 2.0847. Though living here it seems like more nonsense then not.
In any case selling second and last position at 2.0666 stops above 2.0680

Como Perrie 10:56 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Was observing an interesting support for the usd index around 76.80 holding up this minor side from huge and danger drop that might extend faster than thought for many I guess.

Makassar Alimin 10:51 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
euro should drift lower close to 1.4370 later on

PAR 10:49 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
With Japanese employment moving up a little and Us economy slowing down a lot BOJ may decide to lower Japanese interest rates tomorrow . Another option for BOJ could be to watch the markets closely and carefully and give a detailed analysis of the Us and world economy without mentioning Japanese economy .

London NYAM 10:32 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Longed EURGBP at .6969

London NYAM 10:30 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
BUD PS 09:25//Yes. The Move from .9824 27 October to now looks like an ending wedge (or final 5th) pattern (unconfirmed). If we break above .9570/80 then it increases the likelihood for a s-t bottom and opens up .9760-.9824. Still a good chance that the big obvious fib extension target will get tested first though at .9473. From there I expect to see a lot of power in a bounce. Until then it might get mucky. So my expectation is that we go down first and possibly at the Fed announcement we see the bounce.
We know the Fed is expected to do 25 maybe 50, so getting 25 will as Zeus has said, probably not whack the dollar, while a wait and see Fed will give the dollar shorts something to be scared of. Ben and crew may have gotten a rush from outsmarting the market last time, maybe they will really send a message by doing the reverse.
glgt

Gen dk 09:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
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Maribor 09:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Cycle timeframes varies - between 30 and 60 hours.

Philadelphia Caba 09:40 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 09:36 GMT
may I know your timeframe for 'cycle',pls? tia!

Maribor 09:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba 09:31 GMT October 30, 2007

My guess is we are at the bottom of cycle - should be seen in few hours.

Maribor 09:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
LJ BK 22:27 GMT October 29, 2007

Regarding lonnie: do you invest mid term? I think that is possible only with cash(no margin). For MM it is sensible to push pair in the same direction till valuation of their positions is good for them: so if if they are long, they will try to push rate up till they sell their position(customers start to be net long - then it can go down) - and that can be 5, 20 or more percent...

It is possible to get retail on wrong foot(par example USDCAD) not only pushing it further down, but also after long journey down pushing it quickly up some hundred pips and fill limit sell orders without real possibility for such orders to be closed lower. And again there is fuel for rise...


Philadelphia Caba 09:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
looks like it can take much longer time for eur/gbp to establish itself above .7000 ... if any....

BUD PS 09:25 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM // still aiming for 9700 in USDCAD?

AZUSA 4x-ed 08:46 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 08:36 GMT October 30, 2007
LOL mm...While expert opinions abound, the only conclusive evidence provided thus far is that some are
expressed better than other... Now, about that Cumino poll!?

Stockholm za 01:21 GMT October 30, 2007
Thank you for the astute observations!

Gen dk 08:43 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
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madrid mm 08:36 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 08:05 GMT October 30, 2007

it is a consparicy to make us confused even more. I believe KAMPO, BoJ, Paulson , David Coopefield and co....paid greg to write this article lol

St. Annaland Bob 08:05 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

Why Rate Cut Isn't a Sure Thing

keep the belt tight

London Geronimo200 08:03 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
short eur/usd at 1.44
short eur/jpy at 165
short gbp/usd at 2.625 if seen
stop 30 pips, target 50 pips
I'm clearly bullish on dollar right now

new brighton gvm 07:38 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 06:54 nice call on gold short yesterday mate GL/GT

Melbourne DC 07:21 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 07:16 GMT October 30, 2007
thx . much appreciated .

Melbourne Qindex 07:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : My bias is on the downside when it is below the barrier at 0.9178 - 0.9179.

Melbourne DC 07:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 06:54 GMT October 30, 2007
But would it be expected to get there according to your analysis ? thanks .

madrid mm 07:11 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
WSJ Greg Ip article "Why Rate Cut Isn't a Sure Thing. The market is convinced the Fed will cut interest rates tom, but for the Fed itself, it is a closer call.

* The behavior of financial markets implies near certainty by investors of 25bps cut. But for policy makers, the decision is between the quarter-point reduction and no cut at all.

* US Treasury Henry Paulson says US is "strongly committed to strong USD dollar". China has some more work to do to get to a market determined FX/ CNY. US subprime market will take longer to recover. Asset-back paper markets and structured debt are "doing better everyday".

* MoF Fukushiro Nukaga says JPY should be set by markets. Japan is trying to avoid impact on markets when managing its FX reserves. Job markets somewhat weak.

* BoJ Director Nobuo Inaba says low interest rates revitalised Japan economy, prolonging low interest rate poses risk. JGB purchases not aimed at influencing yields-BBG.

* Econs Min Hiroko Ota says improvement in job markets slowing.

* Fmr Fed Chair Alan Greenspan says $100 barrel oil would not be all bad. Expect more weakness in real USD rate, esp vs CNY.

* ECB Gonzalez Paramo sees risk to price stability. ECB is ready to counteract inflation risks if necessary.

* BoE MPC "Dove" Kate Barker, in Guernsey Pres, Star's article, says BoE MPC is asking whether things are so different from August that a BoE rate cut is needed.

* FT: JPMorgan Chase is looking at possible acquisitions in Japan as it seeks to take advantage of banking reforms.

* Japan jobless rate of 4.0% in Sept, up from 3.8% in August. Sept all household spending at +3.2%y/y, versus expectation of 2.0%y/y.

* GM Chief Rick Wagoner says weakening USD helps its overseas sales.

* Rangebound market today ahead of Fed 2-day FOMC meeting, with focus on all time highs of 1.4439 in EUR, though EUR, GBP, AUD, Cross/JPY came off on WSJ article that Fed cut is not a sure thing, triggering some profit-taking sales, with US banking groups, funds amongst the big sellers from 1.4410 to 1.4390, pushing EUR/JPY lower to 164.75 from 165.40, USD/JPY lower at 114.70 to 114.40, then 114.35.

* Mkt caught a touch long EUR/JPY buying on expected good toushin demand, and with good offers at 114.80-90 ahead of 115 options.

USD/JPY toushin demand, Japanese investors bids, though market still cautious of huge Eurozone bonds coupons+redemption hitting markets tomorrow Oct 31, EUR13.79b from Spain and Nov 1, EUR21.57b from Italy. Speculation of options in EUR/JPY at 165.50, but stops above.

EUR/USD finding real money, Asian, China bids 1.4370-80. with focus on huge 1.4450 options. GBP on target to test July's 26-year highs of 2.0655.

AUD/USD hit day lows 0.9160 from 0.9238 on large lot AUD/JPY sales from Asian, US, funds, as Gold dip $8. Eye any RBA talks. NZD firm, CAD off 47-yr lows of 0.9515.

Nikkei -0.45% or 75.73pts at 16,622 JGBs little changed, 10-yr yield +0.005% at 1.610%.

Gold prices off 28-yr highs, down at $784.50, but still bid.

Crude oil off all time highs $93.80, now $92.80.

jkt rick 07:08 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Bloomberg Video: Jim Rogers.

Quotes:

"I would urge everybody listening to your show to figure out ways to start getting money out of the US dollar.."

"We now have a MADMAN at the head of the Federal Reserve.."

"... now America's given him the printing presses, and he is running them as fast as he can."

------------------------------------------------------------------

sees bernanke getting "kicked out" of federal reserve building only after change of bush administration nov 2008, till then dollar is dead.

jkt rick 06:57 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
many folks expecting a 0.50 point rate cut.

Melbourne Qindex 06:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : The market is under pressure when it is below 0.9132.

USA Zeus 06:54 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Could be the day London bridges and Euroqueens come crashing down to spoil the armchair "trend" partiers. USD is most likely to see a good benefit today- and could be shockingly strong. Keep an eye on gold and oil too for same patterns. Speaking my book- but then who doesn't? Should be that way IMVHO

Happy Day!

madrid mm 06:48 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
is it true that UBS Q3 Net Loss is CHF726 Mln ???

What are CHF 726Mln nowadays.....8-)

madrid mm 06:41 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
and just to confuse everybody...8-) or not

Wall Street Journal - Why rate cut isn't a sure thing.

If market's view isn't met, how Fed states its view could cushion a letdown.
The market is convinced the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates tomorrow, but for the Fed itself, it is a closer call.

http://www.moneyweb.co.za/mw/view/mw/en/page94?oid=168515&sn=Detail

madrid mm 06:34 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Good mornig/afternnon/eveing FX cowboys 8-)

Bangkok FUA 04:31 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
hello FM,
are you around to be able to give view on gbp/jpy? thanks

toronto Dr Unken Katt 03:04 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
http://en.rian.ru/russia/20070327/62697703.html

HK [email protected] 01:53 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
;


Likely Kampo has many followers and admirers in the exchanges: Like ducklings following mama_duck making her moves miserable.

HK [email protected] 01:23 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
PAR 19:58 GMT October 29, 2007
Kampo aiming for stops in USDJPY above 115.00
---------------------------------------------------------
May I know what Kampo is aiming now. Has he lost some power through the ascend?

Stockholm za 01:21 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   

AZUSA 4x-ed >> the charts look good; you need to redraw the T line.
This pair is highly fundamentally driven and has no respect for tech. hence I only play this long term.
Note-“further improving risk appetite on the back of well-performing Global equity markets is keeping interest in selling the franc as a funding currency strong for now. This will clearly cap CHF upside, and likely isolate the impact of domestic fundamentals on the
Currency.”
GBP/CHF >> Tech… at this moment, dynamic ….eyes on the zones….. Spikes are not good to go...
4h/50pip tracker... given….supply meets demand at 3883
4390 …. High
4306 ….Strength
4228 …. Resistance
4143 …. Inner range
4063 ….pivot
3979 …. Inner range
3901 ….support
3816 ….strength
3738 ….low
Happy trades…. To you...

JAK BOND 01:16 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus how much do you think the US going to retrace back?

USA Zeus 01:10 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Glad that hunch was correct about the USD showing some signs.

Rio Tinto Analistafx 00:44 GMT October 30, 2007 Reply   
Numbers for Australia in the last 13 minutes? They were about? I dont see them in forex fac tory! Do you know what hapened?
GT & GL

 




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