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Forex Forum Archive for 11/29/2007

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Syd .. 23:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Tories open historic lead over Labour in poll

The Conservatives have opened up their biggest lead over Labour since Margaret Thatcher was at the height of her powers as Prime Minister almost 20 years ago.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk

Syd .. 23:26 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Federal Reserve Governor Frederic Mishkin said Thursday it is key for the Fed to keep economic growth stable, and it isn't the Fed's job to bail out investors from bets gone wrong.

"The fact that people lose money is fine with me," Mishkin said, "as long as I'm doing my job and keeping the economy on an even keel. Our job is to make the economy as stable as we can possibly get it," he said.

Mishkin pointed to a worldwide "financial disruption," noting a "problem of price discovery right now," and said that much lower asset prices aren't ideal. He also said it is important for the Fed not to create too much moral hazard by creating a situation that encourages people to take risk.

A key issue, though, is to make sure those on Main Street aren't punished.
Mishkin was responding to audience questions following prepared remarks before the Undergraduate Economic Association at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Syd .. 23:20 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY may bounce around in 109.60-110.10 range, last 109.83, as most players on sidelines ahead of U.S. October personal spending data due 1330 GMT, says senior sales dealer at major European bank. Dow Jones poll tips spending +0.3%. Adds, speculators may begin closing positions for year-end, a negative factor for USD/JPY. EUR/USD tipped in 1.4725-1.4780 band; last 1.4752; EUR/JPY expected in 161.80-162.30 range, last 162.04. Besides U.S. data, stock prices in Asia, NY also need to be watched; players also will keep eye on Fed Bernanke's speech later.

lkwd jj 23:18 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
i choose 111. but what does that help?

dc CB 23:11 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
fwiw. Nov 30 is
End of week
End of month
(also for some)
End of quarter
End of Year (closing of books).

Sofia Kaprikorn 23:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hello AL!!!

well I try.. but I try to connect FED rate cut - dollar rally and stoxx rally.. definagely 1 part of this equation is not at its place.. I guess that will be USD depritiation further - with USDJPY going stronger - cuz in a downtrend the 20 day MA actually is trend resistance and it might make the yen bounce and target the lows around 107.20 - and if those go we are going to the weekly lows around 101.60/80...

so the 20 day MA and trend acceleration should be watched carefully for reaction..

Denver AL 23:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
jj yes take your choice 111 or 109.25

dc CB 22:59 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
one pov.

http://seekingalpha.com/article/55677-can-this-kohn-rally-continue?

Gen dk 22:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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dc CB 22:46 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
A Californian hedge fund has made more than 1,000 per cent return this year by betting against US subprime home loans, making it one of the world’s best-performing funds of all time.
Lahde Capital, set up in Santa Monica last year by Andrew Lahde, last week passed the 1,000 per cent mark, after fees, following the latest leg of the credit market turmoil. The fall in the value of subprime-linked securities has boosted a group of funds which spotted the problems in advance.

lkwd jj 22:38 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
al are you suggesting selling $Y ?

Denver AL 22:36 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Sofia Kaprikorn 21:28 GMT November 29

Kaprikorn re-read what your wrote and concentrate on the word should. then think outside the box

egypt 002 22:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
ok i'm so sorry

Global-view 22:20 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
egypt / plz respect our policy of posting in English

lkwd jj 21:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
kaprikorn above 110.48 last weeks high might bring some buy stops into play.

Alaska Moon 21:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
A "large" drawdown might be different with different traders.
Some traders might think a minus $1,000 is "large"...Some traders might think a "large" minus might be 10 times that amouint. 100 times that amount, 1000 or more times that amount.
I guess it is all in the mind of the trader.
I don't trade building positions like Zeus does, as I think of that as adding to a losing trade. For me..that is the same as moving my stop.
Having said that, I would bet that Zeus is a heck of a lot more
sucessful at trading as I am !!!
Maybe my attitude in caused by almost getting a margin call trading against the trend, and in the end I lost $3,200 .
Now that probably is not much loss for some traders, but was
40% of my account at the time.
What I am saying is...we are all different and trade different..
All this IMHO...
Moon

saopaulo cg 21:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Abbott Labs (ABT) also down 8% in after hour trading in the US.

saopaulo cg 21:29 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Dell reports revenue up 9% from last year, beating expectations; earnings per share below and Dell stock is down nearly 7% in after hours trading. It looks like tomorrow it will be a hard day for US stox.

Sofia Kaprikorn 21:28 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
DJIA and S&P second day rally closes above previous high - crossing above 20 day MA with Trend indicators signalling reversal...

this should typically bring USDJPY higher as more yen will be sold to participate in the stoxx rally - so if the 20 day MA at 110.75 is broken we should look for targets around upper BB 114 / 114.50..

comments are appreciated!

lkwd jj 21:19 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
not that youll beleive me but i was short from hogher and covered when all the chatter popped up on all sides that maybe a bottom is forming.

USA Zeus 21:14 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
lkwd jj 21:07 GMT November 29, 2007

We each have our own systems, knowledge, stomachs, account balances etc.

As such your own beliefs about how the markets operate does not change the scorecard. Attacking facts that were posted in real time cause you to digress when the opportunity is there for you to progress.

We all have choices. We can accept the facts or fight them. The choice is yours.

Good Trades!

lkwd jj 21:12 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
the 20 ma held the first time in $y( daily). I expect a retest and break above. 10950-60 was resistance now turned support.

NYC jr 21:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Can't argue with the success of the trade it's all in black and white.

USA Zeus 21:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Finnmark Thor 20:57 GMT November 29, 2007
You are correct (close enough) in average price assumption. Posted that I doubled the position at the bottom then set a (posted) stop. That is what made it not only likely but factual as posted in real time.

Cheers!

NYC jr 21:08 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Zeus maybe your initials should be "do not try this at home" haha.

lkwd jj 21:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
i personally cant stomach a drawdown that large, but if you can go ahead. its like russian roulette as with every avg down you add another bullet to the chamber.

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USA BAY 21:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

Could you comment on gbp/aud pls . thanks a lot

USA Zeus 21:05 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
lkwd jj 21:00 GMT November 29, 2007

While we enjoy your spouting off it could perhaps be best if you either 1. ask questions or 2. Remember prior explanations.

I hold some of the recent extreme price entries as a core position while I exit the rest on a profitable swing trade. Have explained this several times in the past. It is one of the best money management techniques there is. This is nothing new but your attitude could be.

Happy Day!

lkwd jj 21:00 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
core at low 107's is a fat lie when avg price is 10772. more like rotten to the core. besides avg down has been proven to destroy lives. dont get me wrong it has worked for some but not for most. but it was a good long anyway. cheers happy holidays!!!

Finnmark Thor 20:57 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 21:26 GMT November 26, 2007
Yes- Just added last allocation to double (USD/JPY) position at 107.27 and set the dynamic stop at 106.77.

USA Zeus 19:16 GMT November 26, 2007
Bought another allocation of USD/JPY @ 107.93

USA Zeus 16:42 GMT November 26, 2007
Got some lucky limit fills on USD/JPY @108.07

USA Zeus 16:00 GMT November 26, 2007
Added USD/JPY longs at 108.24.

USA Zeus 15:26 GMT November 26, 2007
Added long USD/JPY 108.29

USA Zeus 15:24 GMT November 26, 2007
Long USD/JPY 108.37


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Well nj jf- Decided to take remaining swing allocation gains for +221 pips. Core allocation is at b/e for now as model shifts into bigger picture drive. Will trade the swings accordingly.
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When this post was posted the US/JPY was right around 110.00. To make an average gain of 221 pips means an average price of 107.80, to do this means that a very, very big chunk had to have been bought at 107.27, since all other purchases were above this figure. While this is possible, but unlikely

nj jf 20:47 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
z.. check email

USA Zeus 20:46 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 21:26 GMT November 26, 2007
Yes- Just added last allocation to double (USD/JPY) position at 107.27 and set the dynamic stop at 106.77.



And just then in a flash of real time I thought 107.27 was in the low 107's....No SH$T SHERLOCK!

USA Zeus 20:44 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Well jj is still hunting for that teet.
The lemmings are back!

lkwd jj 20:43 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
NJ JF RE: ZEUS he hit the nail with the $Y (after his thumb a few times) but the man is his own worst enemy. the math doesnt add up to a " core in the low 107's". more like 10772 assuming even lots until he doubled up . its entertaining to see someone so "busy" with all his trading .also his lightning bolts are humorous. i dont bother with his trading posts sh*t anymore. this one caught my eye with all the buying. like he posted himself "tick tock" reminds me that BROKEN CLOCKS ARE ALSO RIGHT TWICE A DAY!!!!!

USA Zeus 20:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
nj jf 20:22 GMT November 29, 2007
No idea what you are talking about- sorry.

USA Zeus 20:33 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Noosa 20:37 GMT November 28, 2007
USA Zeus 20:09 GMT November 28, 2007
Funny how that works. The lemmings are loud when the market has a slight tick their direction.

slight tick.....my foot !

Any woodduck can see it's an impulsive move not a "slight tick"
which means new High for eurusd, etc......
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Exactly my point!

Mass psychology or dare I say the madness of crowds is well established here.



saopaulo cg 20:25 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FM,

thank you for your view on eurjpy. Apreciated.

nj jf 20:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 15:39 GMT November 28, 2007
just saw this post - dont want to spoil the game what turned out to be a good trade but consider what you just posted to what you did. im going to email jay now and can discuss on the phone.

dc CB 20:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Federal Reserve officials speak after stox close.
Fed Governor Mishkin on Fed communications -16:30 ET.
Bernanke on U.S. regional economies - 19:00 ET.

USA Zeus 19:56 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FLORIDA GB 19:31 GMT November 29, 2007
My pleasure.
GT! :-)

Geneva 19:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Gazprom May Switch Sales to Rubles as Dollar Weakens (Update1)

By Dan Lonkevich

Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) -- OAO Gazprom, the world's largest natural-gas exporter, may start selling its crude and gas production in rubles rather than dollars and euros after the U.S. currency weakened.

``We are seriously thinking about selling our resources in rubles,'' Alexander Medvedev, Gazprom's deputy chief executive officer, told reporters today in New York. He didn't give a specific timeline for the decision.

The switch would happen ``sooner, rather than later,'' Gazprom Chief Financial Officer Andrei Kruglov told the same gathering of reporters. The dollar has dropped 11 percent against the euro this year, reducing the value of exports by oil-rich nations and contributing to a 49 percent jump in crude- oil prices.

Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil supplier, fought off an attempt this month by Iran and Venezuela to get the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to discuss pricing oil in different currencies rather than in dollars. Six Gulf Arab states will discuss a proposal next month to revalue their currencies against the U.S. currency, the secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council said last week.

FLORIDA GB 19:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus , Thank you.

Hong Kong Ahe 19:29 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
PAR 19:18 GMT - LOLROTF

Lahore FM 19:29 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
eurjpy's finding bottom on hourlies is directly linked to positive dow on the day.if there is a sell off or a negative close,all best are off on last chance for eurjpy to recover above 163.60.

USA Zeus 19:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FLORIDA GB 19:11 GMT November 29, 2007

GB- Depends on time frame. Very LT this is a buy for 50 figures+ higher. Shorter term have positioned a core in the low 107's that I still hold. Sold the scalp/swing portion that was accumulated from low 107's to low 108's. Model suggests that for swings and scalps can use favorite indicators to pick buy entries down to a dynamic level of 107.60.

GT!

PAR 19:18 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Not a bad idea to buy USDJPY in front of BOJ and Kampo .

FLORIDA GB 19:11 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus ,

Do you recommend buying USDJPY here? TIA.

PAR 19:10 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aDdJ4GDZ6eao&refer=home

USA Zeus 19:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
The faucet has been dripping. Wait until paradigm polarity sets in and a tidal gush rush to USD kicks in.

The trend is your friend.
Cheers!

dc CB 19:01 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Bloomberg.com reports that the cost of borrowing euros for a month rose by a record and loans in dollars climbed the most in more than a decade as banks sought funds to cover their commitments through to the start of 2008 amid a credit squeeze. The London interbank offered rate that banks charge each other for euro loans due after the end of the year jumped 64 basis points to 4.81%, the highest since May 2001, the British Bankers' Association said. The rate charged for dollars jumped 40 basis points to 5.23%, the highest since Sept. 18, when policy makers cut the target rate for overnight loans for the first time in 4 1/2 years.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
So just buy USD. Is USD the new "carry trade" for the remainder of the year?

Stockholm za 18:55 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   

Livingston nh 17:54 >>
Thank you very much for your brief summary and clarification..
I do enjoy your activities on the PF..
Happy trades to you…………..

nj jf 18:55 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
ab - you shud check with hk-Kevin , he has had a very good view lately.... gt.

LDN Mahmood 18:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ldn 18:31 GMT // Perfectly correct in your observations CT Cris is a conartist.

Hong Kong Ahe 18:46 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hk ab 18:41 GMT - Hi ab, at least they need to fill up the IMM Close gap of 27Nov, e.g. AUDJPY 95.42 etc.

nj jf 18:46 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
ab - i dont have a position at moment so dont really have a view -- wait for bernake at 6.45 et tonight.

hk ab 18:41 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
jf, do u think carry unwindling will continue?

dc CB 18:39 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
12:59 Florida agency suspends withdrawals from investment pool - Bloomberg
Briefing.com note: This follows yesterday's Bloomberg report that Florida local govts and school districts pulled $8 bln out of a state-run investment pool, or 30% of its assets, after learning that the money-market fund contained more than $700 mln of defaulted debt.

CT Cris 18:39 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ldn 18:32 GMT November 29, 2007
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dont worry about me , as I dont care , doing my trading ,issue signals with calm nerves and high spirt.

Ldn 18:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 17:55 GMT November 29, 2007

No need to lose your composure. We are trying to understand your method which appears suspicious as a sneaky claim for a directional prediction that was incorrect. Any clarification of the facts was all that was requested.

Ldn 18:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 17:55 GMT November 29, 2007

No need to lose your composure. We are trying to understand your method which appears suspicious as a sneaky claim for a. Any clarification of the facts was all that was requested.

nj jf 18:26 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
cb.. i was reading yest a little on foreclosures and the people buying them. its turns out that many in california were built incorrectly (not square) were missing parts and were in disrepair as people basically treated them like crap and walked off once they knew it was over. not such a deal that some initially thought.

dc CB 18:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
RealtyTrac today released its Oct 2007 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, which shows a total of 224,451 foreclosure filings -- default notices, auction sale notices and bank repossessions -- were reported during the month, up 2 % from the previous month and up 94 percent from Oct 2006. The national foreclosure rate for the month was one foreclosure filing for every 555 households.

Tokyo 18:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ldn 17:26 GMT November 29, 2007
now you can't imagine a carthaginian to know difference between sneaky and snake ,do you? lollll

balikpapan sun 18:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
someone know abaut aud/usd trend for to day?

CT Cris 17:55 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ldn 17:26 GMT November 29, 2007
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and I wish next time to treat yourself as a man , not as snake.
just kill that feeling from your inside.

Livingston nh 17:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   

Stockholm za- NO
"The administration predicted that the economy will expand by 2.7 percent in 2008, that unemployment would remain below 5 percent and that the outlook would be even better in 2009. By contrast, Fed officials are predicting “subpar” growth through next year, starting with a sharp slowdown over the next six months. The “central tendency” of forecasts by Fed policy makers is for growth to slow to between 1.8 percent and 2.5 percent next year."NYT

Ldn 17:53 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 17:49 GMT November 29, 2007

You straddle the channel, predict which side it will break (mostly up) then claim victory after the channel breaks the opposite (mostly down) as predicted?

CT Cris 17:49 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ldn 17:26 GMT November 29, 2007
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just read all contents of the signal ,as some parts of the singal may cancel the other part if occured.

London NYAM 17:37 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USDCAD looks like it wants to try for any stops above that 99.80 high to break parity.

Stockholm za 17:34 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   

Is the W House forecast in alignment with the Fed activities ??

Maribor 17:27 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Seems like USDJPY new take profit area 114+.

Ldn 17:26 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 17:18 GMT November 29, 2007
Sneaky call right after it was called for "mostly heading up"?
Mostly heading up unless moslty heading down trade?

USA Zeus 17:20 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FW CS 15:49 GMT November 29, 2007

Great question CS. The simple answer is 'yes'.
Different time frames have different scales.
Scalping is like a speed boat that carves fast quick turnes but post-Panamax sized ships take more room and time to reverse.

I constantly scalp the ripples while positioning for tidal shifts.

Happy Day!

CT Cris 17:18 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
I am selling gbp.usd since 20643.

CT Cris 17:15 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GBP.USD is heading twd 20530.

isle of man stan 17:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM

she comes to Coutts !!!!!!!!!!! every ten years.

Lahore FM 17:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
early bout of selling in eurjpy saw low of 161.50.it is possible that we now make fresh attempt higher either with the same low of 161.50 or with a marginally lower low around 161.20.topside again 163.50.

London NYAM 16:59 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
stan//Just a very bad in-house joke. I have no doubt IOM is a great place.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:57 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GBP/JPY : The current expected trading range from the monthly cycle is 222.98 - 227.78.

isle of man stan 16:56 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM

Just for the record she is not our queen , she is
" The lord of Man" in older times Mann.

isle of man stan 16:48 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Hong Kong Ahe

middle of the IRISH sea, you will of course know where that is , if not see Google. Home of the cat with no tail AND folks with LOTS of money. if you give the iom just 100,000 GBP a year you can earn what you like without paying any more tax. plenty of them.

Stockholm za 16:43 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   

...¤v¤...
USD/CAD-JPY-CHF Is doing all the talking for EUR-GBP/USD at the moment.. thus
The bias of an estimator is the difference between an estimator's expectation and the true value of the parameter being estimated…wik.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:33 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GBP/JPY : The market is going to test the barrier at 225.66 // 226.42.

London NYAM 16:28 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Must be where the Euro Queen has her palace.

Mtl JP 16:28 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
AHE / G-V is the Isle of Woman

Hong Kong Ahe 16:24 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
isle of man - Wow, welcome stan from IOM, Terrific, first time to hear a great place there. Where is Isle of woman. ;o)

Hong Kong Qindex 16:19 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD : The following is still valid. I am bias on the upside.


Hong Kong Qindex 13:19 GMT November 28, 2007
EUR/USD : The market is going to vibrate around 1.4817 with an expected magnitude of 1.4961 - 1.4673. In the mean time it is vibrating around 1.4734 with an expected magnitude of 1.4678 - 1.4791. The downside targeting points are 1.4508 and 1.4529. The upside targeting points are 1.5105 and 1.5186.

isle of man stan 16:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
iom Isle of Man. ( middle of the Irish sea) small independent nation, oldest English speaking parliament in the world, second only to Iceland. Off shore tax haven, that wins awards yearly for the best off shore banking etc, now full of money from India , China and the like. Road racing motor bike capital of the world.

London NYAM 16:12 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
picked up some usdcad at .9929. Early NY seems like its offering some dips to play.

Hong Kong Ahe 16:04 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
There is a big gap of Yesterday Close to all YEN crosses. The market may go to fill that up within today NY session or tomorrow NY session. GLGT.

Como Perrie 15:59 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
imo carry trade might be still a factor to watch into tomorrow as from yesterday's post, maybe the move is not at an end

PAR 15:58 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Since Bernanke came to power in february 2006 the USD lost about a quarter of its value against the Euro and it looks like that trend will continue.

St. Annaland Bob 15:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EU theEUROqueen 15:27 GMT November 29, 2007

thanks for the insight my Queen...luckily, we play a zero sum game that can host all opinions and ideas (and the money playes them) just for sake of the that game ... did you hear what happened to the Spanish lady who said NO in public?! ;-) ... top trades and happiness Queen ... btw, was Freddie a gay :-)

FW CS 15:49 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 15:46 GMT November 29, 2007
O mighty Zeus, technical question about your system as your USD bullish view is clear. Is it possible we see a time correction here but shallow price corrections? Does your system take that into account.

USA Zeus 15:46 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
tick-tock the clock keeps ticking.
Oil doing that 92-93 thingy and gold @ 800 that we discussed earlier.

NYC jr 15:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
on an hrly drawn off yesterday's rally I should say

EU theEUROqueen 15:27 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 14:12 GMT November 29, 2007
Bob i prefer to play the rang for now!! but for me (and maybe im wrong) the euro is still B.O.D ..and i still do belive that the 1,5** must print befor the turnning point...the next friday will be a very intersting day ..regards to the mail i will ask GV when I will have enough time..I dont like the usd Bob ..its very risky to involve with it for now ..maybe 08


happy trade

NYC jr 15:24 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
eurjpy bounced off 61.8% retrace @ 161.55

London NYAM 15:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Took a bite at 109.60 but there must be roon for more below.

Hong Kong Ahe 15:10 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 15:05 - LOL, they are quite good in listening and they did act. Good boys. ;o)

London NYAM 15:05 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ahe// LOL. Trying to get some dips on this dollar express is proving tricky...
Im having major refresh issues on FF for some reason. Keeps trying to refresh every 30 seconds quite unstable.

CT cris 15:04 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
isr is 13:06 GMT November 29, 2007
quite quiet today over here!!NYAM, Cris, you all....where r u????

this is good for 10 pips up 10 pips down.

Ldn 15:02 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 12:05 GMT November 29, 2007
Nothing like a bit of self praise- ROTFL!

Hong Kong Ahe 15:00 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 14:55 GMT - LOL, shouldnt I bait them out. I would say to them, "If you not act, I would then. But you first, please. Thank for your kind cooperations." ;o)

Toronto tn 14:57 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EU theEUROqueen 08:52 GMT November 29, 2007
a huge DNT 1,5-1,46

Any idea when this expires? Thanks.

London NYAM 14:55 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Hong Kong Ahe 14:32// I hope it does. I would love to add some longs.
GBPUSD may want to bounce now to 2.0660 to 2.0730 all good sells IMO.

Global-View 14:51 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
iom stan 14:48 GMT November 29, 2007 - can you do us a favor and spell out your location (and then save it so you only have to do it once).

iom stan 14:48 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
NYC jr
Hi just for the record the three month interbank rate for sterling is

Hong Kong Ahe 14:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USD109.20 .. shld b USDJPY 109.20

Hong Kong Ahe 14:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Where are those aggressive carry traders of yesterday? Breaking 109.67 USDJPY will lead to USD109.20 38.2% Correction. GLGT.

Gen dk 14:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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St. Annaland Bob 14:12 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EU theEUROqueen 13:53 GMT November 29, 2007

thanks ... it looks like the last week to be EUR long for some weeks further, I am not EUR long ... I will ask GV for your email, if it's OK with you ... tia

Geneva 14:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=asx1CkxwSoHI&refer=home

NYC jr 14:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Nov. 29 (Bloomberg) -- The cost of borrowing dollars and
euros for one month soared as banks sought loans that will cover their commitments through to the start of next year amid a squeeze on credit.
The London interbank offered rate that banks charge each other for dollars climbed 40 basis points to 5.23 percent, the British Bankers' Association said. The rate they charge for euros for a month jumped 65 basis points to 4.81 percent.
Today is the first day on which a cash loan of one month
will cover a borrower's needs through the end-of-year holiday
period. Money-market rates began to increase in mid-August as banks started acknowledging their vulnerability to defaults on U.S. subprime mortgages. Concern that losses stemming from the collapse of the home-loan market will spread has kept lenders from offering money to all but the safest borrowers.
``The increases we've seen in borrowing costs cannot be
simply explained by away year-end pressures; this is a full-on
credit crisis,'' said Stuart Thomson, who helps oversee $46 billion in bonds at Resolution Investment Management Ltd. in
Glasgow, Scotland. ``There's no end in sight either. It's a really unpleasant picture.''

Gen dk 14:02 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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EU theEUROqueen 13:53 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
happy day Bob..
..yeastrday i was with a very nice trader and she was from china..

do u still on the long side?..

happy trade



Gen dk 13:41 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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isr is 13:30 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
tks toronto, i was just going to post it....
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Toronto EDP 13:28 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Try FXE

israel mac 13:21 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
is anyone familiarized with the equivalent of ticker ^YUK on Nyse but for the Euro????

isr is 13:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
quite quiet today over here!!NYAM, Cris, you all....where r u????

Gen dk 12:37 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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Makassar Alimin 12:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Ramat Afal SBS 12:24 GMT November 29, 2007

bottoming, could be, strong reversal, no way...i think we are entering ranging period although the range might be too big for some

London NYAM 12:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
gvm//Alimins 9:44 post was the last post until GV. It was off-line.

St. Annaland Bob 12:32 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EU theEUROqueen 08:52 GMT November 29, 2007

my dear Queen, any chance that you know (and will share) which parties involved in that huge DNT? ... happy trades & tia

new brighton gvm 12:25 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM whats the FF blackout?

Ramat Afal SBS 12:24 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Dear oil man were are you ??
if around can you please give us your picture on the market.
in my opinon the dollar it bottoming out, its time to start bying the USD agressively especialy against the euro and CHF.
lets not forget the post of year 2007 on the forum posted by oil man "buy $CND at 90.90 stop 90.50" what a great trade!
lahore, DR Quindex, if around,I whould be very pleased to have your opinion as well, price action supports a strong reversal it should start in the coming month.

London NYAM 12:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Following was written before the FF blackout:

It’s finally starting to appear, the intermediate period of dollar strengthening. Initially just a feint dream on the horizon, we now have it competing and overcoming the risk aversion vs “carry-on” theme. Looking at gold and crude does indicate there is room for a greater fall, selling this bump up to .95 (94.60 now) in Jan crude is a good play and selling Gold between 810 and 820 (806 now) towards a move possibly as low as 755. Against GBP the dollar (2.0645 now) is clearly in the second leg of the movement that first cut out the longs from the high of 2.11xx has started which will test the 2.0350 support which I believe will break (forming a broken h&s in the process) from there 2.0030-40 may halt the decline.
Since the dollar is advancing it will mean the carry trades will be playing a back seat role with dollar yen rising as a five wave movement has apparently completed beckoning levels of 111.20-111.30 (110.10 now and with room to correct to 109.50-70)(I’ve taken off out my shorts) but the yen crosses having to compete against the rising dollar on their base currencies. iIm looking for the usdjpy to break into the 11350-90 range before stalling.
In this scenario dollar swiss (1.1175 now) to 1.1500 is possible.

CT Cris 12:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
we can take fast 10-15 pips if buy gbp.usd now

CT Cris 12:05 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Spore Rych 08:39 GMT November 29, 2007
CT Cris 05:49 GMT November 29, 2007
GBP/USD

Buy level if breaks 20790 tp1 20860.
Sell level if breaks 20730 tp1 20646.

-----------------------------------------
Well Done n Thank u for the contribution

=====
welcome , and thks

Global-View 12:03 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
We are back online and apologies for the interruption. We are still working through any glitches caused by our upgrades and will soon be doubling our capacity. Than ks for your patience.

Makassar Alimin 09:44 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
try long gbpusd 2.0668, stop under today's low

madrid mm 09:33 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
pedro bilbao 09:26 GMT November 29, 2007
Madrid, are u trading $Yen, CalbeYen!!!

$Yen, yes sometimes.

CalbeYen , no idea what is cableyen...8-) GBP/US$/YEN ????


But mainly euro/us$ fwiw. I do not have enough K to trade too many pairs, and also i get confused lol

pedro bilbao 09:26 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Madrid, are u trading $Yen, CalbeYen!!!

Gen dk 09:24 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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Collaroy Plateau ARD 08:57 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex
Do you he data for GBP/JPY? Thnx

van Gecko 08:56 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Perrie.. looks like some players are smelling blood.. Euro+GBP+EUR/GBP falling together could light up the European skies while the sumo westlers do their line dances..
cheers Islander..:)

EU theEUROqueen 08:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hong kong nt 01:43 GMT November 29, 2007 ..

a huge DNT 1,5-1,46

happy trade

Como Perrie 08:47 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
also Qindex has dropped a very particular eurjpy lower..not sure as Its extreme, but can't exclude It if later on datas confirm FED to be onto cutting rates again... gl gt bibi

Como Perrie 08:44 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
van Gecko 08:36 GMT November 29, 2007

dont' care hope much :)) It just still fits into the largest picture ..gonna see .. for that might be either ways poisitioned according to what we are going to move next... guess most was carry trade reversal stop orders cleansing... yet soon to say so far, but might well be a hectic and nervous day again ahead...to me markets are far from having established a clear long term direction..

going to see so far 2/3 of my position have been closed yesterday late and some have reversed too of those have just took off again for most again..

St. Pete Islander 08:42 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
van Gecko 08:36 GMT / Cheers, Gecko. If at first you don't ..... blah blah .... 2.08xx this time. We shall see. FX Santa maybe. Hope you are well. gt

Spore Rych 08:39 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 05:49 GMT November 29, 2007
GBP/USD

Buy level if breaks 20790 tp1 20860.
Sell level if breaks 20730 tp1 20646.

-----------------------------------------
Well Done n Thank u for the contribution

van Gecko 08:36 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Perrie.. you hope..))

Como Perrie 08:31 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
for the time being current move might be over as market will again focus onto very important releases later on

US Gdp and housings again.

Some from UK to be released to about housing and interesting to watch.

btw if FED cuts into again can't exclude at some point next month to see eurusd again onto higher psycho 1.50 at least..

USA Zeus 08:23 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Noosa- Smells like lemming woodduck soup to me.
Can't say we didn't warn you of that 12 gauge Benelli Super Black Eagle taking aim at decoys.

Happy Day!

Hong Kong Qindex 08:19 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/CAD : Support at 1.4515

As shown in the monthly cycle projected series the market is trading in the extreme trading ranges of 1.4364 ... 1.4515* - 1.4666 - 1.4817* - 1.4968 - 1.5119*. At the end of the month it is unlikely for the market to close below 1.4213 - 1.4364.

Maribor 08:08 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EURAUD: turn area 1,66.

madrid mm 08:01 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
I am ALWAYS "amazed" by the market reactions, either up or down. And thank you for that 8) . It is what we need as traders.

So yesterday we just need a few sentences from Fed member Kohn that he sees risks of reduced credit , ie give the impression he wants to drop rates,and then almost all the stock markets all over the world go into a state of orgasmic excitement....

Buy the news, sell the facts 8-)

Hong Kong Qindex 07:37 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/AUD : Critical Level at 1.6836

As shown in the monthly cycle projected series the market is retreating from the extreme end of 1.7124* and it is now testing the barrier at 1.6747* // 1.6841. A critical level is positioning at 1.6836. At the end of the month the market will trade above 1.6371.

Hong Kong Qindex 07:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/JPY : Resistance at 165.09

As shown in the monthly cycle projected series the market was able to retrace from the extreme end of 158.88 - 160.13*. A resistant range is positioning at 163.71 // 165.09 and the critical level is 164.03 - 164.70. At the end of the month the odds are high that the market will settle below 165.09.

Como Perre 07:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
UK - housing spreads heavy there - Nationwide released their house price index for Novemeber. Data show the first house price monthly fall since Feb 2006, the largest monthly fall since June 1995.

Sydney 07:04 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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Hong Kong Qindex 07:01 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
AUD/JPY: Critical Resistance 101.98

As shown in the monthly cycle projected series the market is retreating from the extreme end of 92.20* - 93.30 and it is trying to overcome the projected resistant barrier at 98.23 // 98.73*. The critical resistant range is positioning at 100.08 // 102.54. The critical point is 101.98. At the end of the month it is unlikely that the market can close above 103.57.

madrid mm 06:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
* Japan Oct IP +1.6% m/m, +1.7% eyed, METI sees Nov -1.7%, Dec +3.2%, shipments+2.1%, inventories +0.6%, I/S ratio -5.1%.

* MoF flow data wk-ended Nov 24 - Japanese sell net Y85.2 bln foreign bonds, buyY962.7 bln bonds, Y115.2 bln bills; foreigners sell Y383.4 bln Japanese bonds,buy Y175.2 bln bonds, Y731.5 bln bills.

* New fears for UK housing in credit collapse - Financial Times.

* Quebec"s Caisse has C$13.2 bln exposure to ABCP - Reuters.

* Australia Q3 CAPEX -6.5% q/q, +2.0% eyed, estimated "07-"08 CAPEX +20.1%.

* NZ Nov NBNZ business confidence off, net 19.6% see worsening, Oct 13%.

* NZ Oct dwelling consents -4.8% m/m, -16.1% y/y, ex-apartments -1.7% m/m.

* China CIC - Need time to prepare for bid investments, to invest mainly infinancial products traded openly seeking reasonable long-term returns andacceptable risks - DowJones.

Economic Data

GMT

07:00 GBP NationWide HP
08:30 SEK GDP
09:00 GER Unemployment
09:30 GBP Consumer Credit
09:30 GBP Mortg Applications
11:00 GBP CPI Dist. Trades Idx
13:30 USD GDP - Prelim.
13:30 USD GDP Price Index
15:00 USD New Home Sales

Events

N/A BoE Gov King, MPC members testify before Parliamentary Treasury committee.


[USD/JPY] and JPY crosses traded weak early in Asia with USD/JPY down to 109.85and [EUR/JPY] down to 162.82 as counter-trend players sold both as well as othercrosses. [AUD/JPY] fell to 96.81, [NZD/JPY] to 84.51 and [GBP/JPY] to 228.10.All reverted higher later as the Nikkei maintained early gains, moving evenhigher in the afternoon. USD/JPY traded up to 110.32, EUR/JPY to 163.62, AUD/JPYto 97.89, NZD/JPY to 85.36 and GBP/JPY to 229.20. All did see a sell-off in theafternoon towards early lows on talk of sales from a sovereign fund. With themarket very thin, moves down look to have been exaggerated and all have sincebounced or steadied on dip-buys from Japanese importers and offshore JPY longs.
USD/JPY currently rests around 110.00 and EUR/JPY above 163.00 into the Tokyoclose. USD/JPY sees stops above 110.50 and 111.00 and EUR/JPY above 163.65 and164.00-15 resistance.

[EUR/USD] opened at 1.4840 in Asia with local traders hesitant to traded againat such familiar levels, especially given the volatility overnight. After edgingup to 1.4844, it slipped to 1.4809 on EUR/JPY sales out of Tokyo. EUR/JPY gainslater saw EUR/USD bounce into the afternoon. Offers up top 1.4900-10 and abovein the 1.4935-50 window look to cap EUR/USD for the time being.

[GBP/USD] opened in Asia at 2.0805/10, over 200 pips above yesterday"s lows assurging equity markets and the possibility of lower US interest rates increasedrisk appetite. A high of 2.0830 was seen before cable then fell to 2.0751 on theback of profit taking in GBP/JPY. Good buying interest around towards the low
limited further losses. Heavy offers are noted from 2.0850 to 2.0925. Stopsabove the psychologically important 230 level in GBP/JPY and above 2.3250 inGBP/CHF could see some of these GBP/USD offers absorbed if tripped.

[USD/CHF] traded a relatively tight 1.1107-35 range, consolidating gains seenyesterday. [EUR/CHF] too consolidated overnight gains between 1.6475-1.6505.


[The Nikkei] rallied early and maintained its gains, closing the day at15,513.74, up 359.96 points or 2.38% on the day. The range was 15,339.61-15,555.04. [TOPIX] closed at 1514.47, up 38.83 or 2.63%. Most Asian bourses wereup today following the Wall Street rally overnight.

Hong Kong Qindex 06:43 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Macau Emma 06:42 GMT - Give me an hour.

madrid mm 06:42 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hello FX jedi,

back from a internet debacle from Spain...
I went traveling cyberwise on a 56k internet temp solution and it was so........S....L....O....W....

8-) So no trading and posting for the the last few days !!!

Ahhhhh the wonders of Spain and its renowed high tech savoir faire
8-(o

Macau Emma 06:42 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Hi Qindex, could you share your view on AUDJPY please? TIA

Hong Kong Qindex 06:41 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/CHF : Critical Resistance 1.6577

A shown in the monthly cycle projected series the market is retreating from the extreme end of 1.6278* - 1.6318. The odds are high that the market will settle below 1.6683 at the end of the month. A critical resistant range is positioning at 1.6577 // 1.6642.

Mumbai NS 06:36 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Yeah if that be the case then as even i thot both were by the same guy and burst into laughter......situation needs to be corrected by jay alone

CT Cris 06:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 06:22 GMT November 29, 2007
brisbane 06:15 GMT November 29, 2007
=========
leave the others to say what they want , just for information
my signals on the forums yestrday made 10% of the equity,
I may send the proof through MR Jay.

Syd .. 06:34 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
brisbane 06:33 need to get jay to take a look at it

brisbane 06:33 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 06:22 GMT November 29, 2007

Oh Dear DS
Have you not noticed that the posting at 06:04 GMT is mocking the guy who posted at 05:49 GMT
Almost everyday there is an harsehole taking CT identity and mocking his posting........

i am looking to buy Cable around 2.0705/15

GENEVA DS 06:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
brisbane 06:15 GMT November 29, 2007
06:04 GMT November 29, 2007

We all should be aware that this is a FREE FORUM and everybody has a right to post whatever he / she wants. Now, it is your turn to filter out what you want to read and what not. And then you can contribute as well if you like to. It helps me at least everyday to form my own opinion, without that I have to follow ANYBODY here. But very often it helps me, to PULL THE TRIGGER, if somebody writes something at the right moment for me... I do this since over 25 years btw... but we have to learn whom to listen, and those names are changing daily, weekly and monthly like the charts.... good luck my friend

Hong Kong Qindex 06:19 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/GBP : The market momentum is strong and it will tackle the following barriers at 0.7160 - 0.7167 and 0.7171.

brisbane 06:15 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
06:04 GMT November 29, 2007

The usual idiot is lurking............
ZZZzzzzzz

Hong Kong Qindex 06:12 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD : The market is positive when it is above the daily cycle pivot center at 1.4839 and speculative buying pressure will increase when the market is trading above the weekly cycle pivot center at 1.4863.

Mumbai NS 06:08 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Wow what was that english and diplomacy with no commitment at it's best. lol!

hk ab 06:07 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Pals, yen and PMs now form a gang, they go everywhere together....

CT Cris 06:04 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD

Buy level if breaks up.
Sell level if breaks down.

break should be confirmed by closing 3 losses on 5 mins chart.

======
mostly heading down unless mostly heading up.

CT Cris 05:49 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD

Buy level if breaks 20790 tp1 20860.
Sell level if breaks 20730 tp1 20646.

break should be confirmed by closing 3 bars 5 mins chart.

======
mostly heading up.

melbourne saint 05:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
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nigeria 05:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
can anybody tells where the EUR/USD is heading towards?

Lahore FM 05:09 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Mumbai NS 05:06 GMT November 29, 2007
NS dear,good day!look top heavy to me.let us see which side coup de grace favours.

off now.

Mumbai NS 05:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FM gud day to u.....where do u see yen crosses frm here gl gt

van Gecko 04:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hello jkt-aye.. hope you are fine.. lotsa embedded bugs with Jay's site "up-grade".. may be it's the usually GIGO programming syndrome at play here..
her majesty GBP getting a head start on the Conti cousin's Merry Go South holiday with that big breakdown gap from historic highs.. not to be out done, cousin Euro is doing a delayed catch down act but could take over the lead with Eur/GBP starting its year end correction from multi-year highs..
gl

Lahore FM 04:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Asia Xau-lin 01:11 GMT November 29, 2007
Xau-lin,there is a thing called coup de force.the one who is better equipped will snap at the opportunity to turn the techs in suitable direction.this happens in the state of equipoise both sides are nearly balanced.we will know soon enough.best of trades!

jkt-aye 04:22 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hello Gecko, long time no see. any new chop2 recipe ? good trades

van Gecko 04:12 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EURO/GBP not looking healthy after the recent surge to multi-year high..
hello FM!

toronto Dr Unken Katt 04:11 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
good to know ur expertise is very valuabl e here

Lahore FM 03:58 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
toronto Dr Unken Katt 03:52 GMT November 29, 2007
very much alive and kicking Doc!

agree with you Gecko.

van Gecko 03:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Japaneses Crosses looking heavy despite Asian stocks gapping 3% above yesterday's closes.. could see a nice intraday gap slap across the board with Range & Positional players reloading here at the 3 week range highs under the shadows of Weekly, Monthly, & Quarterly side to down bias from historic highs..fwiwW

toronto Dr Unken Katt 03:52 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
hi there
anyone has guess on cabelyen?

my scenario is to go short down to 226,80
there is this upper band of the upward tunnel on 1hr which projecst this price
obviously this is valid only if that pair doesnt break the fibo in the next few hours

Lahore i see youre still alive and kicking

Lahore FM 03:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
looks like early demise for carry bounce since durables came out in ny session yesterday.can be one of the most interesting days.

jkt-aye 01:48 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
from my calc ... target within 2-3 day for eur 1.4678, jpy 111.03, gbp 2.0529, chf 1.1219.
plan to short eur on breach of 1.4780 with stp 1.4830 or
long usdchf from 1.1035-65 area stp 1.0980-1.1010.
of course at my own risk ;)
good trades ALL

hong kong nt 01:43 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
EUROqueen -- same pattern on Euro front, 200-250 dips is a buy, 20 DMA offering good support, euro/yen stabilising above 160. because Euro is within medium term overbought zone, more conservative trading is preferred. cover 40% for +120 pips and use the profit for stop loss...

singapore td 01:39 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
intraday trade: buy gbpusd 2.0763, stop under 2.0718 for 2.0822

Syd .. 01:37 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 01:35 just dont stress too much, a killer

Syd .. 01:36 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
N225 Nikkei 225 15,551.05 8:16PM ET 397.27 (2.62%)

Norway e.s 01:35 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Syd, Thank you! Having a hard time trying to trade myself out of this won. Gess its going too bee a late eawning.
Gl/gt

Syd .. 01:27 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 01:21 Sorry no to confuse , not trading Dlr/yen but it should be capped around 111 today

Norway e.s 01:21 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Syd, I am a litle comfused,my English writing and reeding is wery bad! Plees exuse mee!
Was you just bying usd?

Syd .. 01:20 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY, EUR/JPY rise as non-Japan short-term players buy on rising Japan stocks, continuing momentum from NY overnight, says senior interbank dealer at major Japan bank. Tips resistance 110.50 vs last 110.20; EUR/JPY at 163.20, resistance 163.70. Adds Japan exporters constantly selling, amount will likely increase from now, thus may cap pairs' upward potential in Asia

USA BAY 01:16 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
PHILADELPHIA CABA,

Yes, if that breaks downside will accelerate but looking at gbp, that may just hold. Gt/GL

Philadelphia Caba 01:14 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY 01:03 GMT
it's weak support...

Asia Xau-lin 01:11 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY 01:06 GMT

Great r/r here...I'm Long...month charts looks good...

USA Zeus 01:10 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Woodduck decoys getting shot into shreds?

USA BAY 01:06 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
ASIA Xau-lin,

Could you elaborate more on why you think a long term low is done for usd/jpy???

Syd .. 01:04 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 01:01 ok, good luck

USA BAY 01:03 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
PHILADELPHIA CABA,

IST Support 7122 low of November 15

2nd support 7103 38.2% fib 6920-.7216

Norway e.s 01:01 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Xau_lin,
Unfortunantly I am short, trying to trade myself out.
Gl/gt!

Syd .. 01:00 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 00:56 ignore that it wont obviously if it keeps running up on a weaker yen - not my usual self today just ignore me

Syd .. 00:58 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 00:56 Nikkei higher should help Nikkei 225 15,477.92 7:38PM ET 324.14 (2.14%)

Norway e.s 00:56 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Syd: Thank you very much!
Not often i trade in your time sone buth as always you help out!
Thanks!
Think i mowe hafe my stop ower 111 protekt my acont and see wat I can do from there,have to sleep a litle .
Gl/gt!

Syd .. 00:56 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Sydney GE very whippy today

Australian 3Q business investment down 6.5% on quarter vs expected 2% rise, but selling contained, offset by business intending to increase spending by 20.1% in 2007-08

Sydney GE 00:54 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Syd .. 00:50 GMT November 29, 2007

good question, why 1% fall in 5 hours???

Syd .. 00:50 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
FM if you are around any view on the AUD you can share

Syd .. 00:44 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Nikkei +2.2% Led By Exporters; Could Hit 15800

ASIA Xau-lin 00:40 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 00:36 GMT

BUY usdjpy a lot...low for the next 2 years in place...

Syd .. 00:38 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Norway e.s 00:36 GMT hi, no sorry but possible 111 top today

Philadelphia Caba 00:37 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY,
have no supports till 0.7103 (38.2% of .6920-.7216), than at
0.7068 (50% of .6920-.7216)..

Norway e.s 00:36 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Syd. Hi!
You trade usd/jpy? ore you have any vew?
Gl/gt!

Syd .. 00:30 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
N225 Nikkei 225 15,460.31 7:10PM ET 306.53 (2.02%) UP

Syd .. 00:23 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
December Nikkei 225 futures sharply higher on overnight Wall Street rally and USD/JPY's gains. Contract briefly tops its overnight Chicago close of 15535. Lead contract now up 2.2% at 15490, after touching 15540

Norway e.s 00:20 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Bc, Funny thing, fish gets chiper to bay for costumers here if it tace a tripp to Chaina first! Alsov funny to herd abot EU clAiming wee sell the fish under cost. ( dont understand why the fish industry is on the list what mace most mony in Norw.)It is almost as big that oil.

USA BAY 00:17 GMT November 29, 2007 Reply   
Philadelphia Caba,

eur/.gbp support is near 7121, so maybe thats the reason for his entry, we should see a new high before a wave 4 correction which should be a larger one imho.

 




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