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Forex Forum Archive for 12/14/2007

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Norway e.s 23:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Funny thing, one day its 1,50 next day 1,40, what whit all the tradebel figurs betweeen?
Wish all a nice wecand!

Norway e.s 22:25 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Atlanta South 21:58.
Hi. nice to see you are beck,hope you are ok!
Any weuv abot usd/jpy and eur/usd for next week? possibel whit a smal corektion?

Geneva DS 22:00 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
thanks Geneva... do basically agree... NOW, GBPUSD and EURUSD should go down directly to 1.3800 and 1,9000 before a little New years rally might take them back to the breakout points at 1.46ish and 2.0400 ish... may be same time EUR JPY could take a bath to 1.5000.... EURCHF looks still ok for the moment and range trade 1.650--1.6700... was hard for me in swings this week till this morning... but if we will not go above 1.4650 then rest of year could be ok.... Gold will probably NOT go down ..... BUY USD and BUY Metals... how about that ?


Atlanta South 21:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
E/$ 1.4435 Zone seen today & some are calling for 1.4000 next....What has happened to the 1.5000 that some championed just 3 weeks ago????? Zues is right about the lags. They just want do. 1.4000 looks more possible next than 1.5000 did weeks ago. Just MVHO & gt to all.

GVI john 21:33 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
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Prague viktor 20:53 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
g.day Geneva! are u the same one who called for the 1,36++ when we been @1,18++???

USA BAY 19:45 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

Are you short Nyam on gbp/chf. If yes whats your tp area. Thanks

London NYAM 19:37 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
By the way BAY thanks for bringing my attention to that GBPCHF again its a nice formation. (and 'Master Maribor' of course) Great weekend to you people and 'Team Geneva' as well)

London NYAM 19:34 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
NS// the weekly trend line is at 2.0098 with 1.9649 aug low as next major support. fib extension targets suggest it willbreak as does the traditional h&s. But expect a bounce somewhere between 2.01 and here. Ride the tsunami mate.

Geneva 19:32 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 19:20 GMT December 14, 2007

The charts are very complex, I think that the Euro made a big
wave B top, thats mean we should drop in wave C the next few months, my pefect wave c target is 1.08. thats can take 2 to 3 years move. I think end of the year we can easly be at 1.38/1.40 then a rally next yêar to 1.45,before a real move down later to 1.25/1.30 end of next year.
Today close will give us weekly sell signal on many indicators.
Sentiment is pefect wave B rally.
If I am wrong and it is not wave B, then it will gewt really ugly, we can go to 1.70, but franckly I can't see why?
So I am more faveur of wave B senario,, there is No middle alternative.
GL

USA Zeus 19:25 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USA BAY 19:23 GMT December 14, 2007

Yes BAY. Have not taken any off yet as I prefer to let the trend run but it has been a great holiday gift.
Cheers and GL GT to you! Out for now.

USA BAY 19:23 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USA ZEUS,

I believe you must made your loot for christmas shopping spree.

GENEVA DS 19:20 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva.... where is your 6 month goal on EURUSD ?.. thanks for everything....

USA Zeus 19:18 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Yes patience and a little foresight go a long way. Most are not and instead of patience they have become the patients.

Cheers!

Mumbai NS 19:12 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
BAY possible me open but if 2.0120 brks today on closing me prefer sell rallies again gl gt

USA BAY 19:09 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mumbai NS,

gbp/usd at 2.0180 may have been a bottom. We may see it higher imvho but will look at it again during weekend.

Mumbai NS 19:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
BAY tks have same view but s/l is 231 wonder if i survive short on leverage avg 228 gud w/e gl gt

USA BAY 19:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
MUMBAI NS,

GBP/JPY my outlook is still bearish. Dont expect to go beyond 232.50/233.55 and target 210. have a good one.

Mumbai NS 19:01 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
NYAM/ Tks mate below question is for u too.....cbl i feel now needs to clear 2.0120 on closing and that shuld be a big brk target 1.95 wuld then be on gl gt

Mumbai NS 18:59 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
BAY tx mate u too gr8 w/e give me a view on gbpjpy once u make it ...i am still surviving the s/l though low on confi there now gl gt

London NYAM 18:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
NS//Great job! Way to stick with it.

USA BAY 18:57 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
MUMBAI NS,

Great call. good weekend

The Netherlands Purk 18:56 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
I guess we will see oily boily back soon with his i told you so 144 thing in euro. Cant wait to hear the record.

Mumbai NS 18:51 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Target 2.0170 given in mrng met now sleeping in happy mood gr8 w/e gl gt

USD Zeus 18:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD and GBP/USD trend FOLLOWers will see their favorite lagging indicators reverse from up to down as they hammer down. Must make that lead painted rubber chinese chicken dealer mad. LOL

Beautiful USD Day!

The Netherlands Purk 18:20 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Was being hailed today by Rob B. He told me and many many others to short the usd/cad at 10240. So i thought what the heck. Shorted at 10234 went home and now finding 10151. I am closing but target is 099 something, stop is 103 something.
I demoed all his last calls but did not work out that good, so this one was ok and it was no demo...
Bye bye

CT Cris 17:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 17:30 GMT December 14, 2007
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you have good reply from Neterlands Purk...pls chk the archieve.again and again.

Geneva 17:33 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
GENEVA DS 17:27 GMT December 14, 2007

Thx my friend, Have a nice weekend.

Van jv 17:31 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD----H&S on daily indicate target about 1.40 -as many here 1.41-1.38;
still wonder if potential EZ expectation of higher future rates would not change/affect this picture?

Lima Big Bertha 17:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 17:24 GMT December 14, 2007

cT cRis- ma'am/sir, I like draw attencion to yur signal I buy as said you 2.0440 3x5 mins $10,000,000 and then get me out quick for false prophesies. Me am 2 understand that any trader make money on channel tradin' with plentie of lash whipping 4 false brake outs. So not to need draw any atencion to yurself for prediction of channel break after whipping lash.

GENEVA DS 17:27 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Only one word to say... actually 2 words... because nobody will do that.....

Geneva, CONGRATULATIONS !

you got the turn obviously very correctly... good job... same town than me... I do not know you, but you got it... good week end

CT Cris 17:24 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
I want to draw your attention to phrase shown in my signals which is very important in the trading:

in GBP/USD i said :mostly movement is in one way direction with slight reverse...
and in EUR/JPY I said movement may be followed by reverse action.
as you see ..gbp.usd moved in one way with slight reverse.
while movement in the eur.jpy followed by big reverse.

Mtl JP 17:14 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Deepak, I like the shorting idea as related to US and European banks.

madrid mm 17:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Have a gr8 w/e everyone

I can see 2008 coming fast !

Hong Kong Ahe 17:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 17:02 GMT - LOLROTF, poor Trichet. mm, tonight you are the Santa Clause. ;)

madrid mm 17:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
I was thinking like "Juicy" thoiugh......8-)

All we need now to finish this week off , is for a Chinese Official going on the wires and saying " We support a STRONG EURO !" as it looks like EU official have no real weight so far !!!

8-)

Mumbai Deepak 17:00 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
JP 09:26 / Thank You! I further wanted to ask you that "is that your view on US/Europe Banks or on All banks, including Indian, some of which are listed on NYSE, like HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank?". IF its only on US banks, then one can make a tidy pile by going long on Indian Bank Index and shorting the US bank Index.

I have a postiive view on Indian Banks and have been holding that view for more than 6 months! While the US bank indexes are down >30%, the comparable Indian indexes are up >30% in the same time.

Flip 05:33 / Brilliant Call! :)


JAK BOND 16:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm

Hey it is Chris trademark already you cant use it : )

Maybe a different word like a sweet and sour ????

Mumbai NS 16:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Was a very hectic continuous decision making day today after all it's not everyday that u sell lows and still ok with it .......

I am missing my frd FM a lot these days hi mate are u there??

Gud luck to those still trading gl gt

madrid mm 16:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Everybody, you will be pleased to know i am out.

I made an AMAZING 7 SPICY pips !!!! 8-) ( no offence please Cris, it is friday ) 8-)

NS , too late 8-)

Ahe, pleasure !!


Mumbai NS 16:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
mm nooooo don't do that just step out some more tech targets will be met......no offence mate just keeping it lite have a gr8 w/e gl gt

Gold Coast Martin 16:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Merry Christmas , Happy Hanukah and best wishes for the festive season ahead , for all....post below still valid for december,,,,,,,,
from GVI...
Gold Coast Martin 23:53 GMT December 5, 2007
Subject:usd/cad
G/mORNING
**Closed all usd/cad buys( .92-1.02) overnight above 102..cad 102+ levels confirms return of 2 way risk for the pair which means its more or less .90-1.02 straight line has concluded and for the short term heading into months end the pair will stay rangebound by 100-150 pips in either direction with 10247 as a short term cap while 9983 is a short term bottom.....

Hong Kong Ahe 16:46 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 16:44 GMT - LOLROTF, but I'd like to see you "LOL" all the time. GLGT.

GVI john 16:44 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bob- I did. No reason to leave it up. Regards.

madrid mm 16:44 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
waveman , and i am alreday 5 pips in the money !!!!

i feel good !! I should become a Techie

LOL

madrid mm 16:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
...and i bought some ud/cad @ 1.0136 because it was siting on my 200 SMA on my3H chart and it was teasing me by saying

" Come on Madrid mm ! Come on !! You know you want to buy some before tthe end of the day !!! "

So i clicked on my mouse the buy order and up it went ...
LOl

St. Annaland Bob 16:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
John// then feel free to remove the wishes post too :-)

London NYAM 16:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
mm//definitely couldnt claim to have seen this but i od think we need to expect all limits to get oushed and then when the the money runs out it will reverse pretty viciously i suspect. Mid to late NY seems to like to turn it all around again.

GVI john 16:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bob - offending post was removed.

madrid mm 16:39 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM

I am so confused !!!! 8-)

LOL

Still it is not everyday that we see euro/usd moving more than 200 pips in a day !!! 8-)

London NYAM 16:25 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Looks like a rollar coaster up ahead. First crack was in USDCHF and USDCAD now GBP and EUR look ready to follow. S&P not showing much upward impulsion either and failed on some Fib Fans. Next trip down could drop 25 to 30

Stockholm za 16:17 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

Bratislava 13:30 GMT >>
What you are asking for is almost/imposable to find as open source info from a global atm view.
To get any where close to a realistic view you need to be high up into a interbank clearing where the liquidity providers operate and congregate, and still that will only be a %. On the other hand be careful with your source.. eg:-
It is like the guys that go to Öanda to find pout where the market is position, by reading Ö report of their client’s position…
Happy trading……

jkt-aye 16:07 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hello Zeus ... your train leaving me this time :)
is there any chance it will pick me up before continuing its journey ?

Geneva 16:07 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Euro is heading to 1.3850 and very fast!

USA Zeus 16:04 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 15:40 GMT December 14, 2007


Excuse me. Meant to say GBP/USD "<" 2.0000 is (still) coming

And yes London Neil EUR/USD 1.5000 is (was) not next. Let's try sub 1.4000 instead.

GL/GT/GWE and asta la vista baby....Ill be back!

Rye, NY et 15:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Rye, NY et 02:02 GMT November 23, 2007
...I expect the market will fall back into a Bearish Channel ...
Rye, NY et 00:23 GMT December 3, 2007
...I think we will drop some more ($1.4450) to define a Channel Bottom and then rise over the next few weeks without breaking $1.50...
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I would expect the market to move back up over the next week or so to ard 1.4800. I believe the Channel we've seen over the last few weeks is the LOWER half. From 1.4800, the present Channel Resistance line will become the new Channel Support line. All, of course, imvho....GL/GT

madrid mm 15:48 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
you got to love fridays !!!!

8-)

USA Zeus 15:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
isr jweb 06:25 GMT December 14, 2007

hi zeus, wheres the euro hammer.?
____________________________________________________
Well sledge or jack? Either way the mASSes got wiped fighting the "trend" LOL


GBP/USD 2.0000 is (still) coming

Bratislava 15:38 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Rye, NY et 15:26 GMT December 14, 2007
Your input appreciated. Thanks.
But as I mentioned in my post, i'd love to know something about "atm" (aka at the moment) state.
Thanks again..

Rye, NY et 15:26 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bratislava 14:36 GMT December 14, 2007
http://www.bis.org/triennial.htm
Click on the "FullText" pdf on the right.

HK Kevin 15:14 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 15:08 GMT, thank you. I have 8380 for AUD support. FYI, I was also thinking of USD/CAD would revisting 9770 yesterday, but the short position from 1.0178 was stop out at 1.0229. Now my stop order for long position at risk.

Maribor 15:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Kevin, 0,8410 may be turn level for AUD.

HK Kevin 15:03 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 14:59 GMT, the break of 1.0220 yesterday has negated the posibbility of visiting 0.9770. By the way, what is your view on AUD, my stop sell at 8660 has been filled today. Also holding a small long EUR/JPY from 163.36 for pip raiding.

jkt-aye 15:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
jkt-aye 15:08 GMT December 13, 2007

jkt-aye 01:08 GMT December 13, 2007
placing order to long usjy 111.75 stp 111.35 tgt 112.90-113.50 and long usdchf 1.1250 stp 1.1230 tgt 1.1320-1.1440.
let see if it work.
===============

move stp on long usjy to 111.95 .... cancel swissy order
silent mode ... zzzzzzz

===============

tGif...the "zzz" mode works. square all for a nice w/e. gt all

Hong Kong Qindex 15:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USD/CAD : Barriers are located at 1.0228 - 1.0275 - 1.0286. The current expected trading range is 1.0172 - 1.0308.

Maribor 14:59 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin 14:51 GMT December 14, 2007

I guess USDCAD will visit 0,977, than up...it will decouple, when it will fit big players.

HK Kevin 14:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USA Skeptic 14:53 GMT, sould I close my long USD/CAD from 1.0178, now stop at b/e.

GVI john 14:55 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
GVI Forex Survey Analysis Courtesy Cumino

Hong Kong Qindex 14:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
EUR/GBP : The market is consolidating between 0.7144 - 0.7164. The next supporting range is 0.7129 - 0.7131.


Sunday December 9, 2007 - 01:43:26 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


EUR/GBP : Current Comments

EUR/GBP : Trading Reference : ... 0.6966 - 0.7003* - 0.7040 - 0.7059 // 0.7077* - 0.7095 - 0.7114 - 0.7132 - 0.7151* - 0.7169 - [0.7187] - 0.7206 - 0.7224* - 0.7243 - 0.7261 - 0.7280 - 0.7298* // 0.7316 - 0.7335 - 0.7372* - 0.7409 ...



Remarks (EUR/GBP) : The pivot center is located at 0.7187 - 0.7217. The market momentum is strong when it is above 0.7195. A projected resistant level is located at 0.7250 - 0.7255. Projected supporting points are expected at 0.7151 and 0.7164.

GVI john 14:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
In the December monthly sentiment survey of professional forex dealers by global-view.com, the leading forex discussion website, sentiment for the USD against the EUR has improved. The three-month ahead mean forecast for EUR/USD was 1.4144 from 1.4563 a month earlier. The EUR/USD spot price at the mid-point (December 12 close) of when the survey was being conducted was 1.4715.

The GVI-Cumino Euro bull index (Range 0-100; 0 = most bearish, 100 = most bullish, 50 = neutral) turned negative in the EUR/USD at 22 from 55 previously. The GVI-Cumino index uses a theoretical neutral option strategy to measure the intensity and direction of individual trader sentiment from price levels at the time when forecasts were made.

The USD/JPY mean dollar forecast eased to 112.08 from 113.94 one month ago. The USD/JPY spot rate at the mid-point of when the survey was being conducted was 112.05. The GVI-Cumino dollar bull index was neutral. It was about unchanged at 46 (49).

Traders expect the price of crude oil (WTI) to close at $88.06 in three-months time from the current spot vs. the previous $94.06 estimate.

In a special question, participants were asked what price they thought would be seen first in EUR/USD, 1.40 or 1.50? The result was exactly split at 50% to 50%.


For complete detailed survey results including history see:

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HK Kevin 14:51 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Why CAD seems pegged to USD?

Maribor 14:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Auckland JJ 14:08 GMT December 14, 2007

My guess turn level for NZD is 0,754...don't know much about today.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lepanto 14:43 GMT - It will be a few days later.

Mtl JP 14:46 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bratislava 14:36 / the humble mortal has to deal with the card he has then: your dealstation's warning messages about immininent liquidity manifested by such tell-tales as station functinalities suddenly freezing or the spread between bid and offer jumping from 2 to 20+ pips.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:46 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USD/CAD : The market momentum is strong when it is above 1.0202. The next two barriers are 1.0300 and 1.0468.


Saturday December 8, 2007 - 16:57:20 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


USD/CAD : Current Comments

USD/CAD : Trading Reference : ... 0.9313 - 0.9440* - 0.9567 - 0.9630 - 0.9694* - 0.9757 - 0.9821 - 0.9884 - 0.9948* - 1.0011 - [1.0075] - 1.0138 - 1.0202* - 1.0265 - 1.0329 - 1.0392 // 1.0456* - 1.0519 - 1.0583 - 1.0710* - 1.0837 ...



Remarks (USD/CAD) : The pivot center is located at 0.9803 - 1.0075 and the critical supporting point is positioning at 0.9694*. A projected resistant barrier is expected at 1.308 // 1.343.

Lepanto 14:43 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Dear dr Q, when yu will let us know abt your monthly charts? TIA.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:38 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY : Two barriers are located at 113.53 and 113.61.


Saturday December 8, 2007 - 16:57:51 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


USD/JPY : Current Comments

USD/JPY : Trading Reference : ... 100.59 - 102.31* - 104.04 - 104.90 // 105.76* - 106.62 - 107.48 - 108.34 - 109.20* - 110.06 - [110.93] - 111.79 - 112.65* - 113.51 - 114.37 - 115.23 - 116.09* - 116.95 - 117.82 - 119.54* - 121.26 ...



Remarks (USD/JPY) : The pivot center is located at 109.41 - 110.93. Projected resistant points are located at 112.65 and 114.37. Projected supporting points are expected at 104.45 and 105.76. My bias is on the downside when the market is not able to close above 111.99 in New York session. The weekly cycle pivot center is positioning at 110.49 - 110.76. Upside targeting points are 112.70 and 113.04. Downside targeting points are 108.28 and 108.48.

Bratislava 14:36 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mtl JP 14:30 GMT December 14, 2007
You're right, every1 is a sort-of general after war is done.
My dream is to know current situation at least.
But I guess that's not kind of information for humble mortals like myself.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:34 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : The market is under pressure when it is below 0.8638. It has potential to tackle 0.8573.



Saturday December 8, 2007 - 17:27:31 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


AUD/USD : Current Comments
AUD/USD : Trading Reference : ... 0.8283 - 0.8375* - 0.8466 - 0.8512 - 0.8557* - 0.8603 - 0.8649 - 0.8694 - 0.8740* - 0.8786 - [0.8831] - 0.8877 - 0.8923* - 0.8968 - 0.9014 - 0.9060 - 0.9105* - 0.9151 - 0.9197 - 0.9288* - 0.9380 ...



Remarks (AUD/USD) : The pivot center is located at 0.8497 - 0.8831. A projected supporting point is positioning at 0.8557 and a projected resistant point is expected at 0.9105. The bias is on the downside when the market is below 0.8831. Speculative selling pressure will increase when the market is trading below 0.8618. The weekly cycle pivot center is located at 0.8689 - 0.8714. Upside targeting points are 0.8998 and 0.9182. Downside targeting points are 0.8380 and 0.8433.

Mtl JP 14:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bratislava 14:21 probably a bit late now, so fwiw:

GVI Jay 12:10 GMT December 14, 2007
I was told just now that it was a 2 yard stop in euro that took eur/usd to its low. And in the words of a bank trade friend, liquidity is cccrrraaappp!!!

Hong Kong Qindex 14:28 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : The market is going to consolidate between 2.0221 - 2.0309 for the time being.



Saturday December 8, 2007 - 09:53:05 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


GBP/USD : Current Comments
GBP/USD : Trading Reference : ... 1.8344 - 1.8566* - 1.8789 - 1.8900 - 1.9012*// 1.9123 - 1.9234 - 1.9346 - 1.9457* - 1.9568* - [1.9679] - 1.9791 - 1.9902* - 2.0013 - 2.0125 - 2.0236 // 2.0347* - 2.0459 - 2.0570 - 2.0792* - 2.1015 ...



Remarks (GBP/USD) : The upper barrier of the projected series is located at 2.0236 // 2.0347*. The market is under pressure when it is retreating from the 2.0347* and speculative selling pressure will increase when the market is trading below 2.0125 which is the mid-point reference of 1.9902* - 2.0347*. The pivot center is located at 1.9679 - 1.9911. The initial downside targeting level is 1.9902* - 1.9911.

Bratislava 14:21 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 14:04 GMT December 14, 2007

Thanks for your post, I did already browse their pages, but didn't find anything useful. Should you know of any specific thing I should look for there, please let me know.

Thanks for your help.

Geneva 14:17 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
A weak dollar = Inflation and trade deficit as crude oil is higher. The US will need a stronger dollar to fight Inflation.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:16 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD : the market is going to consolidate between 1.4476 - 1.4520 for the time being.


Saturday December 8, 2007 - 09:52:24 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


EUR/USD : Current Comments
EUR/USD : Trading Reference : ... 1.3896 - 1.4008* - 1.4119 - 1.4175 - 1.4230* // 1.4286 - 1.4342 - 1.4397 - 1.4453* - 1.4509 - [1.4564] - 1.4620 - 1.4676* - 1.4731 - 1.4787 - 1.4843 - 1.4898* // 1.4954 - 1.5010 - 1.5121* - 1.5232 ...



Remarks (EUR/USD) : The trading reference indicates that the market is consolidating between 1.4453 - 1.4725 for the time being. The upper barrier is located at 1.4898 // 1.4954 and the lower barrier is positioning at 1.4230* // 1.4286. The pivot center is located at 1.4564 - 1.4611. The bias is on the downside when the market is trading below the barrier at 1.4676 // 1.4725.

Hong Kong Qindex 14:10 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : the market momentum is strong when it is above 1.1481. It is going to consolidate between 1.1463 - 1.1522 for the time being.


Saturday December 8, 2007 - 09:53:42 GMT
QIndex - www.qindex.com


USD/CHF : Current Comments
USD/CHF : Trading Reference : ... 0.9973 - 1.0170* - 1.0368 - 1.0466 // 1.0565* - 1.0663 - 1.0762 - 1.0861 - 1.0959* - 1.1058 - [1.1157] - 1.1255 - 1.1354* - 1.1452 - 1.1551 - 1.1650 // 1.1748* - 1.1847 - 1.1945 - 1.2143* - 1.2340 ...



Remarks (USD/CHF) : The upper barrier of the projected series is located at 1.1650 // 1.1748*. The market is positive when it is trading above the pivot center at 1.1057 - 1.1157 and the market momentum is strong when it is able to trade above 1.1354. On the other hand the market is under pressure when it is below the barrier at 1.0853 // 1.0959.

Auckland JJ 14:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Can anyone please give support levels for the NZ/US or where they see it heading in this US session, thanks.

saloniko nk 1.5497 14:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Good Morning...



Have a nice holidays all...and WISH 4all , New year 2008 Make the Dreams to everyone Reality....!


Merry Christmas!!!
AND
Happy New year 2008..!!


nk

madrid mm 14:04 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Bratislava 13:30 GMT December 14, 2007
Dear forum, is there any way to know (at least approximately) atm liquidity on fx market?
thanks.

Please check the BIS web site

Bank for International Settlements
www.bis.org/

Hong Kong Ahe 14:01 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
All Asian Stock index are in Red.

madrid mm 13:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
The dark force are taking away my "M"

Dark forces on steroide as well PAR !!! 8-)

adrid mm 13:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
FWIW and gut feeling only but A "dark force" wants to keep the euro/usd below 1.45000 at the moment !!!!

8-)

Geneva 13:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Many trade system got sell signal on euro today, a small risk play with stop above 1.4660!

Makassar Alimin 13:45 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
i think euro 1.45 will be defended for today's close

CT Cris 13:41 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
188 pips our total profit for today.

St. Annaland Bob 13:39 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva 13:23 GMT December 14, 2007
Agrea that 60min it is over sold but daily it is a nice virgin!

[*] can you imagine abd accept someone using the same expression and way of thinking towards your own daughter? ... money makes sick if with the wrong soul.

PAR 13:38 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Us stocks down during European hours and weak at Us opening makes big last hour rally in New York . Still think Us stocks miraculously will close the week in positive territory.

CT Cris 13:35 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 12:52 GMT December 14, 2007
20-25 spicy pips if we short eur.jpy around 164.00

======sold at 164.04 exited at 163.81

The Netherlands Purk 13:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Closed the last long in euro. Surprised because TP was 14530 and it is hit. hmmm

Bratislava 13:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Dear forum, is there any way to know (at least approximately) atm liquidity on fx market?
thanks.

St. Annaland Bob 13:26 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva, we will see ... I keep my opinion and daily is oversold too and most cannot see it yet, that's why I call it a trap ;-)

Geneva 13:23 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Agrea that 60min it is over sold but daily it is a nice virgin!

St. Annaland Bob 13:20 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva 13:18 GMT December 14, 2007

my friend, EUR will not break down today ... not today.

Geneva 13:18 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 13:10 GMT December 14, 2007

Bob, follow the price! It's can get very ugly.
Takecare

PAR 13:15 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Steroids in sports , steroids in financial markets , thats the way the USA operartes nowadays . lol.

The Netherlands Purk 13:12 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Slowly unloading the eur longs...

St. Annaland Bob 13:12 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mtl JP 13:09 GMT December 14, 2007

thank you

St. Annaland Bob 13:10 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva 13:05 GMT December 14, 2007

I disagree with you, North-West EUR lands needs a hike ... I am not blind, ECB and politicians maybe and you count on that, but not me ... the rest of EU is another story ... and no one talks about some serious EU good news ... therefore, I think it's a USD bull trap ... but, it's only me ;-)

Mtl JP 13:09 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 09:57 / The losses are and will be massive: between one and two trillion (for perspective the entire US economy amounts to approx 11 trillion). To keep it simple, short the banking index. If you want to go whale hunting: citi, JPM, Wells Fargo (listed in no particular order of preference).

Geneva 13:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 12:49 GMT December 14, 2007

Only if euro is below 1.40, keep in your minde you will get great numbers in the US and bad in europe the next few months.

dc CB 12:58 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
WSJ reports the subprime-mortgage crisis has been a financial catastrophe for much of Wall Street. At the co, thanks to a tiny group of traders, it has generated one of the biggest windfalls the securities industry has seen in years. The group's big bet that securities backed by risky home loans would fall in value generated nearly $4 bln of profits during the year ended Nov. 30, according to people familiar with the co's finances. Those gains erased $1.5 bln to $2 bln of mortgage-related losses elsewhere in the co. Goldman's success at wringing profits out of the subprime fiasco, however, raises questions about how the co balances its responsibilities to its shareholders and to its clients.

CT Cris 12:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
20-25 spicy pips if we short eur.jpy around 164.00

St. Annaland Bob 12:49 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

one thing for sure, ECB will raise rates during their next meeting

London NYAM 12:03 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
closed my eurgbp longs at b/e. Guess there is room for more relative weakness on late longs. Maybe euro is going to try for 1.4445 supports.

Bratislava 12:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 11:28 GMT December 14, 2007
nice calls. thanks.

Gen dk 11:57 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
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The Netherlands Purk 11:54 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Slowly starting to buy euro vs usd. for a pop

madrid mm 11:51 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Stockholm za 11:30 GMT December 14, 2007

I know , this is why ipost them 8-)

London NYAM 11:49 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Limit hit USDCHF sold 1.1503

CT Cris 11:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 09:49 GMT December 14, 2007
CT Cris 06:26 GMT December 14, 2007
EUR/JPY
======
BUY level 164.70 tp1 164.95 tp2 165.60
Sell level 164.10 tp1 163.65 tp2 163.00

movement may followed by reverse action
=====
is working very well too..be aware of reverse..take profit fast.

========
the first take profit point was filled at 163.65

tokyo ginko 11:31 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
letting my eur and gbp shorts ride, while slowly buying yen ...GT all

Stockholm za 11:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

madrid mm >>>
I do hope you are not trading those wishful analyses.
Your posts on the HF should also be practical.
Happy trades to you…

Hong Kong YH 11:30 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 11:28 GMT December 14, 2007
You are so genius. If you got any latest view on GBP and JPY, please inform us. Merry Christmas!!! SMACK!

CT Cris 11:28 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 09:42 GMT December 14, 2007
CT Cris 05:47 GMT December 14, 2007
GBP/USD
=======
BUY level if breaks 20440 tp1 20480 20550 .
Sell level if breaks 20395 tp1 20340 tp2 20270.

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

mostly movement in one way direction with slight reverse
=====
tp1 20340was filled...proceeding twd tp2 20270
======
tp2 20270 was filled too..hope all are happy with big profit in friday.

manila stubbs 11:22 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
London NYAM 11:14 GMT December 14, 2007
i could either take it at 2.0130 area where the 200sma daily is at, or at the lower end of the descending wedge at 2.0080. i hope we get there tonight. otherwise i might just take it before the night ends, i dont wanna have to wait till monday.

Mumbai Navin 11:21 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

euro daily has a head & shoulder formation and a break below 1.4725 is worth a move lower of 4 big figs. First cut, this looks like holding as there is still an unfinished 5th wave agenda topside.. fwiw

madrid mm 11:17 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
... however they might take it to 1.45000 first !!!

8-)

madrid mm 11:14 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
and this afternoon , we will have all the nice traders in the Americas to take the euro/usd back to 1.4580-1.4600..... or not

8-(0

London NYAM 11:14 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Stubbs/sorry just listening for beeps from my limit orders rather than watching charts.
I wouldnt bail on the short usdgbp yet.
shorted usdjpy 112.87 limit

Auckland Trotter 11:07 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 10:43 GMT December 14, 2007
‘I would like to do some pipping !’

Taking pips on offer (EUR/USD) has been the nature of the game this month. Any ‘position trades’ I have tried to place have gone against me.

madrid mm 11:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
...and fwiw this usd/yen looks like it would like to test the 113.00 lvl

PAR, is KAMPO and BoJ targerting this lvl ? 8-)

And Euro/usd is grinding ever slowly back up at an amazing snail pace 8-)

madrid mm 11:00 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
not a lot so far...8-)

Como Perrie 11:00 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
manila stubbs 10:48 GMT December 14, 2007

guess most looking yet some lower, so far not bad to think about caching some at least

Hasselt Red 10:49 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
mm, how many did you take today?

manila stubbs 10:48 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
NYAM!!! where you at? shall we TP on our shorts of our majesty? ;)

Como Perrie 10:46 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
think good to go for the pub early today

bibi

isr jweb 10:44 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
look at usdcad - he might make a move and break 1.0228 today.

by the way i had a big long position at 1.0225 and i kept all along.. moaning and groaning through 0.9055...

madrid mm 10:43 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
I would like to do some pipping !
8-)

Mumbai NS 10:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
mm of course yes cheers gl gt

Como Perrie 10:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
fwiw ECBs Mersch says sensitive to risk of higher inflation..another hike next year there might well fit imvho, but inbetweeen the year end smog and the next two fund rising auctions to evaluate...more or less as am repeating some time now if dollar gains, stocks drop..very bifurcated the whole at current..

madrid mm 10:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mumbai NS ,

i would not mind , but i want to put some pips in my bag as well 8-)

Mumbai NS 10:37 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
mm on a lighter please go away for another 15-20 mts lol!

Stockholm za 10:35 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

If and when EUR/USD head get cut-off, we are talking
About 4324 & 4077 given.
As mention before USD/JPY & USD/CHF is still talking..
Happy trading….

Como Perrie 10:26 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
lowering stops 8770 for 31 spicy pips if my stops gets hit for the remaining half open

madrid mm 10:19 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Almost Typical... I am away from my desk 15-20 minutes and this is when all the action happens
8-)

Como Perrie 10:13 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
am caching 1/2 audusd sold yesterday 8801

rest stays reduced progressively more likely

Gen dk 10:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
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CT Cris 10:01 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 06:46 GMT December 14, 2007
CT Cris 05:47 GMT December 14, 2007

Me buy order GBP/USD 2.0440 $10,000,000 filled.


=========
you are joking..imagine your profit if you follow the signal.

Hong Kong Qindex 09:59 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : It is working on the barrier at 1.1460 // 1.1476.

St. Annaland Bob 09:57 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mtl JP 09:54 GMT December 14, 2007

how to identify the banks standing at higher risk? ... you mentioned that few will go bust, but who?

Geneva 09:54 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
hong kong nt 09:52 GMT December 14, 2007

Good to hear, what is your year end target?

Mtl JP 09:54 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 09:36 / one might be to keep only such amount that you know you can afford to totaly lose. Counting on some gov't protection scheme is naive.

hong kong nt 09:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva 09:37 GMT December 14, 2007
There is so much euros that have to be sold!!! The door is too small when every body will look to exit!!!

we're on the same boat now...

PAR 09:51 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
http://www.reuters.com/article/bondsNews/idUSN1325589420071213

CT Cris 09:49 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 06:26 GMT December 14, 2007
EUR/JPY
======
BUY level 164.70 tp1 164.95 tp2 165.60
Sell level 164.10 tp1 163.65 tp2 163.00

movement may followed by reverse action
=====
is working very well too..be aware of reverse..take profit fast.

Auckland Trotter 09:48 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Auckland Trotter 09:34 GMT December 14, 2007
Check your psychological response to control your animal behaviour.

CT Cris 09:42 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 05:47 GMT December 14, 2007
GBP/USD
=======
BUY level if breaks 20440 tp1 20480 20550 .
Sell level if breaks 20395 tp1 20340 tp2 20270.

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

mostly movement in one way direction with slight reverse
=====
tp1 20340was filled...proceeding twd tp2 20270.

isr jweb 09:37 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
my gut feeling (sorry dont like charts) is that you can sell any currency against usd, it looks like correction time and ive been waiting very long for this. and all you bulls dont disturb this one its quite essential...

Geneva 09:37 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
There is so much euros that have to be sold!!! The door is too small when every body will look to exit!!!

Have a nice weekend

St. Annaland Bob 09:36 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mtl JP 09:26 GMT December 14, 2007

very interesting, what is the best way to know/check who has a larger risk? ... in case that online broker's (say, one the ones with banner within this site) banker goes bust, what will be about the online broker and his clients?

Auckland Trotter 09:34 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Just a point of interest:

The name ‘Wall street’ comes from a wall that used to be used to keep the livestock from wandering in that area. We now have animal terms in trading.

Besides bull and bear – from investopedia:


Lemming
What does it Mean? The act of following the crowd into an investment that will inevitably head for disaster.

Ostrich
What does it Mean? A slang term given to investors or other market participants who ignore important pieces of information or situations, which have the ability to impact them or the market in which they operate. The reasons behind type of action can include risk aversion and bias.

Pig
What does it Mean? An investor who is often seen as greedy, having forgotten his or her original investment strategy to focus on securing unrealistic future gains. After experiencing a gain, these investors often have very high expectations about the future prospects of the investment and, therefore, do not sell their position to realize the gain.

Sheep
What does it Mean? An investor who lacks a focused trading strategy and trades on emotion and the suggestions of others, including friends, family and financial gurus. This type of investor often makes rash investments without reviewing their financial viability. The behavior of sheep contrasts with that of bulls and bears, who have focused views about the market.

Herd Instinct
What does it Mean? A mentality characterized by a lack of individuality, causing people to think and act like the general population.

London NYAM 09:27 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Closing all possies except eurgbp took out first long eurusd both strategic longs and hold them probably into next year.
Have a nice holiday (if you are). mm//ciao bye

Mtl JP 09:26 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mumbai Deepak 01:10 / You are asking to price something that I expect to burn. For a fire-sale valuation indication refer to E*Trade's $3.1 billion prime mortgage bond portfolio: $350 million. (11 cents on the dollar).

The bank sector is putting the bank insurers at risk. 2008 will see banks going insolvent and bankrupt. Expect bond insurer - such as MBIA - downgrades in 2008.

cairo 09:22 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
hi every body
any one have inf. about gbpjpy

Jerusalem ML 09:11 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hi All

Tip of the day -

SELL Gpb/Usd at 2.04
Target 2.0270

good luck!!

The Netherlands Purk 09:06 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Well close out the last short here, i am ready. I was wondering how far i would let it run. 50 pips for one position is a lot i guess. The Purk have their money for the weekend. Wish that for everybody!
I will wait for the end of the range now, and risk half of all my pips in a long.

St. Annaland Bob 09:05 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Auckland Trotter 08:44 GMT December 14, 2007
madrid mm 08:40 GMT December 14, 2007
“Be careful, it's a jungle out there.”

Full of bulls and bears.

--- full of snakes looking to scalp both

Gen dk 09:04 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
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Auckland Trotter 08:44 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 08:40 GMT December 14, 2007
“Be careful, it's a jungle out there.”

Full of bulls and bears.

madrid mm 08:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
You never know Trotter , you never know...8-)

Be careful, it's a jungle out there.

Auckland Trotter 08:38 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 08:24 GMT December 14, 2007
So there is hope for one day next year being a leap year.

Frankie Bandung 08:28 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hallo guys .... remember when i say three falling peak it's try to be made .... it's going to happend ...
stop sell at 2.0168 .... tp 1.9250 .... please see chart daily ....
oceh .... GL/GT

madrid mm 08:24 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Auckland Trotter

IMHO , in FX the "silly season" is 365 days a year , isn t it ?

8-)

madrid mm 08:22 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Como , yes that too


US FACTORY PRICES AT 34-YEAR HIGH


Inflation. Don't you put up interest rates to combat this nasty evil? Actually no. If you let inflation take hold, wage demands will go up, property prices will go up and we are all happy. Just look at Zimbabwe ...
fintag.com 8-)

Auckland Trotter 08:22 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 08:07 GMT December 14, 2007
Fits with the other aspects of ‘silly season’(the time around xmas).

- Domestic violence increases.
- The suicide rate increases.
- Mental institutions overflow.

Among others.

I haven’t seen a statistical analysis of the fx market for this time of year, but it would be interesting to see if it historically reflects the ‘silly season’.

CT Cris 08:11 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
gbp.usd sell level 20395 confirmed.

Como Perrie 08:11 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 08:07 GMT December 14, 2007

:)))))))))).......society has changed, more the female part than the male one, hence a revolution as the technology one


btw...watch out today in trading as might be some might get tempted to go for your thin stops.

madrid mm 08:07 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Off topic. In Spain, statistics show that the higest level of divorces happens just after New year..... it says so much about familly in laws

8-)

Como Perrie 08:04 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
and yes am more likely inlined to read more today from central banks and maybe politics upon the whole, but guess most has been said for the time being at least.

madrid mm 08:03 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
PAR
to much sake ?

Well PAR you know this is the end of the year. A lot of parties going on, ie office party, and it is a well known fact that some people get drunk easily !!! LOL

Como Perrie 08:02 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
USA Zeus 05:13 GMT December 14, 2007

fwiw I'll stay aside into monday. Just minor things left and some hedge. Things appear to have been mixed up after recent historic reference unknown CBs move. Overall am reading temperatures, due revive of the artic anticyclone, to drop some 5 to 10c degrees onto the northern hemisphere, hence more oil demand. Beside am reading that Citi has done finally some betterment onto their balances, as the new managment sat this week is starting to work onto more seriusly.
Tankan beside some were looking as of late was the non manufacturing one, which to me is of lesser importance. Guess the market will yet ponder today some and I'll be just checking It here and there most probably. Also datas today, apart maybe earlier euro cpi, for which I was bit curious to see, were of no big interest to me at least. Some datas in US as cpi, ind prod etc. might be or not of some impact, overall think best is to relax some and see into next week. Gold might hold 825 resitance, provided Oil does not start to move against towards 100.

But guess we need to wait next week for clearer overall.

Have a nice w/e

PAR 07:55 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Strange that in deflationary Japan where the government allways is pressing the BOJ to fight deflation economy minister
Hiroko Ota is complaining about sharply rising prices . Too much sake ? Lol.

The Netherlands Purk 07:54 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
First short is closed at 14625, rest is for a free ride. all euro/usd.

Syd 07:36 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Eurogroup's Juncker: Financial Turmoil Seen Going On
Eurogroup Juncker: Crisis To Keep Us Busy For Good Part Of 08
Eurogroup's Juncker: Crisis To Impact European Economy

Eurogroup Juncker:Central Banks Right To Fight Irrational Mkts

PAR 07:34 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Free market rules and Eurpean subsidies and government intervention laws seems not to apply if Germany supports its banks. Removing the European commisioner for competition and state intervention could be a nice cost saving measure to contain the ever expanding european budget .
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/fb53eed4-a9b0-11dc-aa8b-0000779fd2ac.html

CT Cris 07:15 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 06:56 GMT December 14, 2007
======

you are mixing , spicy pips is a live trading and no need for confirmation.as i tell when to enter and when to exit on the spot.
the below signal is valid for europe and usa session .

madrid mm 07:01 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hav a gr8 day !

mat the force be with you all !

8-)

madrid mm 06:59 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
* Currency intervention still remote - Financial Times.
* Japan EcoMin Ota - Recovery trend intact, Tankan worse on high oil-commodityprices and strong yen - DowJones.
* FinMin Nukaga - Corporate profits, sales strong, CAPEX steady - DowJones.
* BoJ Tankan - Big mfg DI 19, lowest since Sep "05, 21 eyed, last 23, 15 seenfor Mar, big mfg profits +4.6%, CAPEX +10.5%, +9% eyed, USD avge 116.07 eyed.
* Fitch affirms Japan long-term local currency issuer default rating at AA-,long-term foreign issuer default rating at AA, external balance sheet verystrong but weakness in public finances pronounced.
* Ex-Fed Greenspan - Odds of recession clearly rising, economy close to stall- NPR News.
* Citi to consolidate SIVs onto balance sheet, 54% of assets AAA, 43% AA - RTRS.
* Australia Tsy Swan - CPI pressures take time to turn, to unveil reforms - DJ.

GMT

07:00 GER CPI

13:30 USD CPI

14:15 USD Ind. Production


[USD/JPY] and JPY crosses remained relatively buoyant in Asia today despite anerratic stock market and heavy offers on the topside. This was especially thecase in USD/JPY. Although stops were tripped on the break above option barriersat 112.50, the stops above were readily absorbed by offers from a variety ofplayers, including longs taking profits and Japanese exporters. Demand was seenfrom a variety of players as well and not limited to specs eyeing topside stops. [EUR/JPY] traded similarly from 164.15 to 164.64 before easingoff. Stops are eyed above 165.00 and below 164.00 and 163.60.

[EUR/USD] opened in Asia at 1.4625 after trading as low as 1.4577 overnight inthe wake of stronger than expected US retail sales and PPI data. It rose to1.4639 early in Asia, filling a gap created when support at 1.4640 brokeovernight and the pair tanked. EUR/JPY buys after a weak Tankan survey helped.
EUR/USD later gave back all of its gains as US model funds sold near the highsand JPY pared losses, trading back down 1.4613 before steadying.

[GBP/USD] opened in Asia at 2.0415 after recovering from a low of 2.0350overnight as Wall Street pared back losses and the DJIA closed up. [EUR/GBP]consolidated losses overnight in a 0.7154-70 range.

[USD/CHF] did little, holding in a tight 1.1406-30 near the highs seenyesterday.


[The Nikkei] traded erratically, ranging between 15,433.77 and 15,697.05. Itclosed out the day and week 15,514.51, down 22.01 points on the day. [TOPIX]closed at 1501.25, down 14.85 or 0.98%. Other bourses in the region were mixedon the day.

[JGBs] and [Euroyen] traded mostly heavier as dealers adjusted positions at theend of the week. Many already look to be hunkering down for the holidaysfollowing the BoJ Tankan release early today.

isr jweb 06:57 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
geneva - how "powerful"?

Lima Big Bertha 06:56 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 06:50 GMT December 14, 2007
Hmm- You seem shaky and unsure now so I sold $10,000,000 to get out.

Unclear your signal with must be many explains becuse I read how wait 15 mins 1 bar to confirm for 20 spices when it can all be missed from fast tasty move and then too late to enter at your trader price entry no?

buy-bye?

The Netherlands Purk 06:53 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CRIS, for your information. BIG BERTHA is the name of a cow here in Holland, so this Lima person is one of the members here trying to fool you, so dont bother to comment on him. Please read some books about life, it is not all ego that you need here, so put yout thinking cap on and carry on.
14655 short hit also. Now waiting for evershoot in euro/us dollar. The last usd/cad short is closed also.

Geneva 06:52 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
The long trading range of the last couples of days betwen
1.4520 and 1.4750 will creat the ground for a strong break next week! The next move will be powerfull.

CT Cris 06:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 06:46 GMT December 14, 2007
=====
pls read again the signal very well ,regard the confirmation.

The Netherlands Purk 06:49 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Well mr. ZEUS, there is no trend as i believe, because it does not exist, as nothing does, just being.
Just watch the path that the market has for you.
The shorts are hit, now we have to see if someone has a better idea than to short. There is a plan.

madrid mm 06:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
only 10M ?
8-)

Lima Big Bertha 06:46 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 05:47 GMT December 14, 2007

Me buy order GBP/USD 2.0440 $10,000,000 filled.

CT Cris 06:44 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 06:34 GMT December 14, 2007
====
spicy pips ..is my own experssion..called on live fast trading
to make 15-20 pips.

The Netherlands Purk 06:37 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Mornin' have 14650ish area as high for today and 14520 as low. Nice range. But of course the range can move, because i do not think these moves are carried by big parties. Shorts in usd/cad worekd out well.

madrid mm 06:36 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hello and gm FX Jedi 8-)

“I never worry about action, but only about inaction”
Winston Churchill

Lima Big Bertha 06:34 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 06:28 GMT December 14, 2007
spicy pips ..is an expression called on the fast and delicous
profit from trading.

Ok thanks ma'am/sir. I did not have that in the free dictionary from my broker f x * c m. Have nice pips even if slow and untasty today.
buy-bye

CT Cris 06:28 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Lima Big Bertha 06:16 GMT December 14, 2007
CT Cris 05:50 GMT December 14, 2007

What means this "spice"? You are Indian
====
spicy pips ..is an expression called on the fast and delicous
profit from trading.

CT Cris 06:26 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
EUR/JPY
======
BUY level 164.70 tp1 164.95 tp2 165.60
Sell level 164.10 tp1 163.65 tp2 163.00

movement may followed by reverse action.

isr jweb 06:25 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
hi zeus, wheres the euro hammer.?

MY view for gbp/usd, is that it is now totally dependant on carry trade, if the 112.7 is broken on jpy, we could see a softening gbp.

Lima Big Bertha 06:16 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
CT Cris 05:50 GMT December 14, 2007

What means this "spice"? You are Indian?

CT Cris 05:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
NO SPICY PIPS for today.

CT Cris 05:47 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD
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BUY level if breaks 20440 tp1 20480 20550 .
Sell level if breaks 20395 tp1 20340 tp2 20270.

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

mostly movement in one way direction with slight reverse

Mumbai NS 05:40 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Zeus 2.0365 looks gud support atm brk shuld take it to 2.0170 minimum and much lower on broader picture gl gt

Brisbane Flip 05:33 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Zeus FWIW my GVI post on cable...

Brisbane Flip 22:28 GMT December 13, 2007
Cable looks a great value anti-dollar sell to me going into friday. Not normally looking for day trades set-ups these days but it looks pretty vulnerable considering the dollar strength elsewhere (swissy, Euro , cad). Asia are reluctant to push ranges after having attempts come back in their faces but IMHO below 2.0370 and we test below 2.02 by monday close

USA Zeus 05:13 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Anyone know what the trend is for GBP/USD? TIA

Syd 04:50 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   

AUD/USD falls on Moody's ratings cut for Citigroup, RBC Capital Markets senior strategist Sue Trinh says; adds 20bp fall in AUD/USD is delayed reaction to downgrade with risk aversion "creeping back into market". Expect whippy trade between 0.8650-0.8900 in light end-year trade; "keep your eye on equity markets, which are turning on a dime at this stage." AUD/USD last at 0.8768

Mumbai NS 03:27 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Paris ib 01:06 GMT December 14, 2007
Just for ur info he has had a career with JM never with citi except that he sold his hedge fund to citi which bot it because of it's excellent performance so i guess it is his first association with citi now so wonder how citi guys can talkof his shoddy performance....guess ur source has some data corruption effect gl gt

Mumbai NS 03:20 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Geneva hi and gud day yes i remember very clearly 0.78-.79 was a major point which was talked abt as it used to clearly show on charts further brk of that and we had obscene targets shown like 0.58 ....i think these things do happen at market highs and lows .....but atm i feel euro has to close some more lvls on downside on month on month basis to give u full confirmation of a downtrend in place till then it will be bot by bulls as well as retail on slightest of dips any comments ? gl gt

Mumbai Deepak 01:10 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
JP / 18:18 / btw, what target would you have for this chart in 2008? S&P 500 Bank Index

Mumbai Deepak 00:59 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
JP 22:40 / Certainly an interesting view on Citi. Here in India, this has been a big news, as that is the highest post an Indian has acquired in a US based organization. His father says : Lage raho....

Pandit surely has started the right way, based on austin mw 23:48. I hope that he gets all the credit for the good work done, and brickback’s if he does not perform his job. We don’t need another greenspam – bernanke situation, when one created the bubbles and other is engaging in fighting it, when bubble burst.

Syd 00:25 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
Hong Kong Monetary Authority Chief Executive Joseph Yam said Hong Kong's banks may post losses because of subprime investments, South China Morning Post reported Friday.

"Some individual banks which hold some subprime-related structured products could see a decline in profit or even go into the red," the report cited Yam as saying Thursday.

Yam said Hong Kong, particularly the banking industry, had no structural problems so far related to the subprime crisis despite the continuing problem in the U.S., the paper reported

Gen dk 00:08 GMT December 14, 2007 Reply   
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