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Forex Forum Archive for 01/16/2009

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San Francisco DS 23:42 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

Hello FM, thanks for all your great calls. the risk to reward ratio on your trades creates a positive environment and ensures a viable platform for sustained trading success. Do you use any indicators, aside from moving averages, or are most of your trades based on price action alone?

Thanks for your time,
DS

Norway e.s 23:13 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Very nice call on GBP/USD ! Thank you for posting,you always giwe a good direction.Gess I owe you some pipps today.
Nice weeacand to you and all at this forum!

Lahore FM 20:47 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

correction*
Lahore FM 20:45 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas: Reply
Buy audusd
Entry: 0.6722 Target: 0.7400 Stop: 0.6620

went long audusd 0.6722* stops at 0.6620 for 0.7400.

Lahore FM 20:45 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

Buy audusd
Entry: 0.6722 Target: 0.7400 Stop: 0.6620

went long audusd 0.6722 stops at 0.6620 for 0.7400.

Lahore FM 20:43 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

added third long eurgbp 0.9018.

the road to 1.40+ eurusd and 0.9600/1.0000 eurgbp is likely to be smooth hereon.

Lahore FM 20:41 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/16/2009 13:55:27 FM Lahore 2
01/14/2009 16:59:50 FM Lahore 28
gold long stopped for 12 dolls.

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long now 815.40.stops at a later time.
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half out at 832.10 now for 16 dolls 70 cents.stops to entry on rest.
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closed rest of 815.40 long at 840.70 now for 25.30 dolls in all.

it was lovely to stick to my view!

YVR MAXXIM 20:08 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call

Beginning Balance: 604.00 ON THURSDAY Ending Balance: 1240.60 ON FRIDAY SELLSELLSELL

singapore rs 18:03 GMT January 16, 2009
euro
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Buy euro
Entry: 1.3238 Target: 1.37-1.38 Stop: 1.3143

if this position survives, then after Obama's inauguration it will be time to sell usd

Amman wfakhoury 17:31 GMT January 16, 2009
EUR/USD call
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It is not good to take postion now but ,it is ready to fall too.

lkwd jj 17:17 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call

great trade amman!!!

Amsterdam Purk 17:09 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call

Good call.

HK Kevin 16:41 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call

Sell
Entry: Target: Stop:

Amman wfakhoury 15:46, 1.47 is possible and also my orginal target. Unfortunately, my remaining short position was just stop out during the spike.

GVI Forex Blog 16:13 GMT January 16, 2009
Euro
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From our blog:
Euro Under pressure

Amman wfakhoury 15:46 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call
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HK Kevin 15:25 GMT January 16, 2009
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my previous post is for you.

Amman wfakhoury 15:44 GMT January 16, 2009
GBP.USD call
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4 hr charts shows it is heading down

hk nt 15:42 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp/jpy
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on weekly chart, it looks like momentum sellers feed position buyers well in past 6 weeks. those buyers may get very full and like to go outside and flex their muscle...

Amman wfakhoury 15:40 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call
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cairo mike 15:24 GMT January 16, 2009
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below 14700

hk nt 15:32 GMT January 16, 2009
eur/yen
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it appear eur/yen trying to stabilise above 120 line

HK Kevin 15:25 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call

Amman wfakhoury 15:19 GMT, 1.4808 low of previous bar at 4-hr chart needs to break for further downside. It can break to 1.4960 very easily

cairo mike 15:24 GMT January 16, 2009
GBP USD
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GBP USD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Amman wfakhoury please the GBP ll fall till where ?

Hong Kong Qindex 15:24 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

HK Kevin 15:16 GMT - Thanks, when daily cycle is governing the market movement I would assume that major maket makers are not seriously participating.

Amman wfakhoury 15:19 GMT January 16, 2009
gbp.usd call
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is ready now to fall

HK Kevin 15:19 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

1.4812 should be 1.4822.

HK Kevin 15:16 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Hong Kong Qindex 10:39 GMT, good call on the Cable resistance at 1.4976. Hust closed half short position from 1.4960 at 1.4812, stop of 2nd half lower to 1.4891.

paris ab 15:01 GMT January 16, 2009
tbond
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buying tbond today since its limit down means thers no risk of going down more? (today) and only upside if it goes up?

Como Perrie 14:56 GMT January 16, 2009
Ponzi banking system
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Robert Rubin is going to seat with Madoff in jail soon.

But there are several banking managers that were falsificating assets globe wide

Hong Kong Qindex 14:38 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell AUD/USD
Entry: 0.6755 Target: 0.6518 Stop: 0.6830

AUD/USD

Hong Kong Qindex 14:35 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

AUD/USD : The market is under pressure when it is below the weekly cycle pivot center at 0.6804.


Upside Targeting Points : 0.6804 - 0.6807


Downside Targeting Points : 0.6584 - 0.6612


Daily Cycle Projeected Series :


... 0.6416 - 0.6472* - 0.6528 - 0.6556 // 0.6584* - 0.6612 - 0.6640 - 0.6668 - 0.6696* - 0.6723 - [0.6751] - 0.6779 - 0.6807* - 0.6835 - 0.6863 - 0.6891 - 0.6919* // 0.6947 - 0.6975 - 0.7031* - 0.7087 ...

Lahore FM 13:55 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/14/2009 16:59:50 FM Lahore 28
gold long stopped for 12 dolls.

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long now 815.40.stops at a later time.
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half out at 832.10 now for 16 dolls 70 cents.stops to entry on rest.

GVI Forex john 13:39 GMT January 16, 2009
GVI Forex Analysis

U.S. CPI and Core PCE

Hong Kong Qindex 13:32 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell EUR/USD
Entry: 1.3275 Target: 1.2793 Stop: 1.3360

EUR/USD : The daily cycle suggests that the market is likely to trade between 1.2793 - 1.3317.


Upside Targeting Points : 1.3317 - 1.3352


Downside Targeting Points : 1.2793 - 1.2877


Daily Cycle Projected Series :


... 1.2269 - 1.2400* - 1.2531 - 1.2597 // 1.2662* - 1.2728 - 1.2793 - 1.2859 - 1.2924* - 1.2989 - [1.3055] - 1.3120 - 1.3186* - 1.3251 - 1.3317 - 1.3382 - 1.3448* // 1.3513 - 1.3579 - 1.3709* - 1.3840 ...

cairo mike 13:11 GMT January 16, 2009
GBP / USD
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GBP / USD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Lahor what do you think about GBP USD ? is it ll reach 1.5150 first or 1.4680 ? wth my best thanks in advance

Lahore FM 12:38 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

Many thanx Trotter,sorry for delayed reply.i had signed off by the time you posted!

Singapore Learner 12:22 GMT January 16, 2009
Your views on AudUSD?

Sell AUDUSD
Entry: 0.67905 Target: Stop:

I have just close it for 12pips to play safe.

Singapore Learner 12:09 GMT January 16, 2009
Your views on AudUSD?
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Sell AUDUSD
Entry: 0.67905 Target: Stop:

What is the reason for AUDUSD to go up?

Syd or anyone, can u advise?

GVI Forex john 11:25 GMT January 16, 2009
GVI Forex Analysis
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Click for Complete Chart Points

15-Jan-09

EURUSD

USDJPY

USDCHF

GBPUSD

USDCAD

Close

1.3165

89.66

1.1217

1.4658

1.2503

High

1.3243

90.02

1.1290

1.4685

1.2674

Low

1.3026

88.48

1.1138

1.4475

1.2414

Simple mva

EUR/USD

USD/JPY

USD/CHF

GBP/USD

USD/CAD

5 day

1.3257

89.46

1.1078

1.4675

1.2254

10 day

1.3462

91.08

1.0953

1.4648

1.2088

20 day

1.3722

90.77

1.0810

1.4622

1.2135

50 day

1.3267

92.80

1.1394

1.4796

1.2275

100 day

1.3521

98.01

1.1288

1.6010

1.1743

200 day

1.4521

102.08

1.0821

1.7756

1.0970

Hong Kong Qindex 11:16 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Buy EUR/GBP
Entry: 0.8885 Target: 0.9022 Stop: 0.8800

EUR/GBP : The current expected trading range is 0.8846 - 0.8970.


Upside Targeting Points : 0.9057 - 0.9068


Downside Targeting Points : 0.8846 - 0.8874


Daily Cycle Projected Series :


0.8670 - 0.8729* - 0.8787 - 0.8817 // 0.8846* - 0.8875 - 0.8905 - 0.8934 - 0.8963* - 0.8992 - [0.9022] - 0.9051 - 0.9080* - 0.9110 - 0.9139 - 0.9168 - 0.9198* // 0.9227 - 0.9256 - 0.9315* - 0.9374 ...

Como Perrie 11:11 GMT January 16, 2009
BoA in trouble
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asking additional funds as lost liquidity too this one...

Auckland Trotter 10:44 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

As I said – intermediate levels to take pips on, up and down.

General up pressure, so we shall now see with the settling down from the open of the UK session.

For the UK session I am looking at the 1 hour chart:

1.3300 gives a resistance level –confirmed by fibs (ref, previous posting.

1.3291 is the upper BB
1.3278 is the 120 EMA
Both of which will move as the market does.


Major profit taken. Now setting minor trades for NZ bedtime.

Como Perrie 10:44 GMT January 16, 2009
Less Growth in the Future
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GlOBAL warming will not only devastate agriculture in developing countries, it will undermine economic and political stability to a far greater extent than previously imagined, according to new study.

The link between "high temperatures and poor growth is much stronger than we'd realised", says Benjamin Olken, an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Crucially, says Olken, his team's study is the first to link climate change with economic growth - as opposed to output - which will have a bigger long-term effect on a country's fortunes.

Hong Kong Qindex 10:39 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell GBP/USD
Entry: 1.4938 Target: 1.4365 Stop: 1.5030

GBP/USD : The market is now challenging the upper barrier of the daily cycle at 1.4929 // 1.4976. The corresponing position in the daily cycle congested area is 1.4969 (1.3680 - 1.4002 - (1.4324 - 1.4647* - 1.4969) - 1.5291 - 1.5613. The targeting point is the lower barrier of the daily cycle at 1.4318 // 1.4365 which is corresponing to 1.4324 of the daily cycle congested area.


Daily Cycle Projected Series :


... 1.4083 - 1.4177* - 1.4271 - 1.4318 // 1.4365* - 1.4412 - 1.4459 - 1.4506 - 1.4553* - 1.4600 - [1.4647] - 1.4741 - 1.4788 - 1.4835 - 1.4882 - 1.4929* // 1.4976 - 1.5023 - 1.5117* - 1.5211 ...

Gen dk 10:30 GMT January 16, 2009 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Amman wfakhoury 10:21 GMT January 16, 2009
GBP.USD movement for today
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GBP.USD
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is in uptrend and heading twd 14990and more any decline will be followed by up reaction.

HK Kevin 10:07 GMT January 16, 2009
Cable
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GBP/USD 1.4960 sell order hit. Target today 1.4700, stop 1.5039.

Auckland Trotter 09:38 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

Yes EUR/USD is looking good for a buy – ref. my previous posting, and could add more for intermediate levels and bounces.

cairo mike 09:34 GMT January 16, 2009
GBP USD
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GBP USD
Entry: Target: Stop:

what a crazy couple GBPUSD ?
any one can predict where it go first 1.50000 or 1.4600?
with my best thanks for your help

Auckland Trotter 09:34 GMT January 16, 2009
hello and gm cyber traders

Shouldn’t that be the GBP/USD rate?

Lahore FM 09:27 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

Buy eurusd
Entry: 1.3178 addition long oreder waiting Target: 1.4200 Stop: 1.3100

order to enter a 2nd long waiyting at 1.3178.

madrid 08:47 GMT January 16, 2009
hello and gm cyber traders
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----breaking news---

The rise in the USD/euro rate is due to the manchester city FC desire to buy brazilian footbal star Kaka for 120 M Euros and offering him a salary of 15 million euros per year.

The Abu Dhabi owners of the MCFC have so far used the famous "no comment!" line .
1 Euro = 4.83394 Utd. Arab Emir. Dirham
1 Utd. Arab Emir. Dirham (AED) = 0.20687 Euro (EUR)

TBC

have a great day. 8-) and may the force be with you.

Auckland Trotter 08:44 GMT January 16, 2009
EUR/USD
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For the EUR/USD:

Friday is Friday – profit taking, etc.

The last high at1.3746 was EST 09:00 09/01/09. Fibs from this to yesterdays low give:

23.8 -1.3194
38.2 -1.3300
50 – 1.3385


A break above the 120 EMA, now at 1.3222 on the 1 min chart, and it showing a support level, should confirm some up.

Many levels to look at.

Hong Kong Qindex 08:32 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell GBP/USD
Entry: 1.4825 Target: 1.4514 Stop: 1.4900

GBP/USD : As shown in the monthyl cycle charts the market is trading within th erange of 1.4658 - 1.5104. The current expected trading range is 1.4570 - 1.4890. Sell on rallies is the preferred trading strategy.


Downside Targeting points : 1.4459 - 1.4514


Upside Targeting Points :1.4929 - 1.4968


Daily Cycle Projected Series :


... 1.4083 - 1.4177* - 1.4271 - 1.4318 // 1.4365* - 1.4412 - 1.4459 - 1.4506 - 1.4553* - 1.4600 - [1.4647] - 1.4741 - 1.4788 - 1.4835 - 1.4882 - 1.4929* // 1.4976 - 1.5023 - 1.5117* - 1.5211 ...

Syd 08:23 GMT January 16, 2009
Russia's central bank
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Russia's central bank has widened the ruble's trading band against its basket of dollars and euros for the fifth time this week, a person at the bank told Dow Jones Newswires Friday, after the currency fell in early trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange.
http://www.cbr.ru/eng/daily.aspx

HK [email protected] 08:17 GMT January 16, 2009
Stick to your guns hold to your post
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Sell USD/JPY
Entry: [90.50,91.50] If seen Target: 85.5 Stop: 92

Position trader may exploit the range [90.50,91.50] USD/JPY to short USD.

IF SEEN again.

Syd 08:08 GMT January 16, 2009
BOF: Revises French 4Q GDP To -1.1% From -0.7%
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The French recession was deeper than expected in the fourth quarter of 2008, with gross domestic product falling 1.1%, down from a previously estimated decline of 0.7%, data from the Bank of France showed Friday.

Lahore FM 07:48 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

yes JB that's extremely whippy and gettng a bit out of that takes luck and better entry in nearly equal measures!

U.K. J.B. 07:10 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

Well it is all about finding the correct value in this very nervous market. sg/chf 1.50 handle , aud/yen 58 , stg/yen 129. In this very whippy market you seem to be able to get a few bites at the cherry. Look at the movements yesterday in eur/yen touched the highs and lows a few times yesterday.

Lahore FM 06:58 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

UK JB,your stg/chf targets for over 2.00 are really appealing.i will try to hitch my wagon to the rising star as well.happy trades!

Lahore FM 06:55 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/14/2009 02:28:25 FM Lahore 36
Lahore FM 20:49 GMT January 13, 2009
Trade Ideas: Reply
long gbpjpy 129.22,stops at 127.90.
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half closed at 130.40 for +118.
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rest out at 134.07 now for +486 in all.

Lahore FM 06:52 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM

Hmm,many thanx JB.thinking of getting out of gbpjpy and keep rest for Obama's inauguration rally in stox and jpy crosses in that case.

U.K. J.B. 06:49 GMT January 16, 2009
Lahore FM
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Some nice calls there my friend. Still one eye has to be on the equity market as such a driving force in Forex these days. I still like this stg/chf higher over 2.00 + and also aud/yen higher but medium term trades. The equity market looks in better shape this morning but will probably sell off later so euro/yen , stg/yen to back off short term. gl/gt

Syd 06:45 GMT January 16, 2009
Aussie dollar suffers biggest weekly fall in three months
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Mr Morriss said he expected the Aussie to weaken to US63c by the end of March before falling below US60c by the end of June as the Reserve Bank continued to cut interest rates and commodity prices fell further as the global slowdown eroded demand for raw materials.

He expects the Aussie to bottom at around US54c towards the end of the year.
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/business/
story/0,28124,24920661-20142,00.html

Lahore FM 06:39 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/15/2009 04:57:48 FM Lahore 12
eurjpy is a buy around here for 123 later tomm or early next week imho!
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we are halfway to this target 123 mentioned 24 hours ago.

Lahore FM 06:36 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/14/2009 17:25:54 FM Lahore 20
01/08/2009 21:00:43 FM Lahore 76
long eurcad 1.6183.stops later.
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half out at 1.6386 for +203.stops to 1.6050 for this 1/2 too.
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our of rest at 1.6502 now for +319 pips in all.

Lahore FM 06:33 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/14/2009 13:45:51 FM Lahore 27
Lahore FM 13:31 GMT January 14, 2009
Trade Ideas: Reply
long eurusd 1.3190,sops at 40 bid.target 1.4000.
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qucikly butchered for minus 50.entered long afresh 1.3126 for forum purposes,originally 10 pips lower.stops later.target same.
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half of 1.3126 out at 1.3273,stops for rest 1.3090.tarrget 1.4300.

Lahore FM 06:31 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

Lahore FM 17:46 GMT January 15, 2009
Trade Ideas: Reply
2nd long gold 804.40,stops 795.
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half of 804.40 out at 823.60 for 19 dolls 20 cents.stops to entr on this for remaining position.

Syd 05:16 GMT January 16, 2009
Sell into Euro Rallies
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Sell into Euro Rallies
The euro is a "sell" on any sort of rallyCapital Markets thinks it may retest its December lows

Syd 04:44 GMT January 16, 2009
A US Deflation Scare Would Knock AUD - CBA
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US inflation data later could shock commodity prices and in turn AUD if deflation evident, says CBA FX strategist Joe Capurso. "As the Japanese have learnt, the last thing you want is a banking system in a mess and deflation because that raises the real cost of your debt repayments." Median forecast for December core inflation is a rise of 0.1% on the month. Says in addition to price index, industrial production and consumer sentiment could also steer high yielders. "The next couple of months are going to be very concerning...I can see a lot more bad data tonight, and that will pressure the Aussie down." DJ

Syd 04:42 GMT January 16, 2009
Aussie Miners Bidding AUD/USD At 0.65-0.66 - TD
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Interest in AUD/USD from Australian mining companies around 0.65-0.66 helping pair, TD Securities senior economist Josh Williamson says. Notes some bargain hunting following selloff of past week and better risk appetite in Asia today, but not much liquidity, so AUD/USD move up is somewhat exaggerated -resistance around 0.6810.

Hong Kong nt 03:51 GMT January 16, 2009
Buying oil fund here is almost a sure win this year given last year's volatility of $112
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assume highly unfavourable conditions this year, i.e. volatility drops to $40 and absolute low is $20

we arrive a very conservative yearly range 20-60

It is a no brainer buy of oil fund, e.g. DXO when oil is trading at around $40 now to get some 50% return or more...

Vancouver mikesc 02:41 GMT January 16, 2009
Euro
Reply   
Buy eur
Entry: 1.32 Target: 1.35 Stop: 1.3120

gt

Hong Kong Qindex 02:35 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

GBP/USD: The current expected trading range from the Directional Indicator is 1.4435 - 1.4770.

jkt-aye 02:31 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Good morning Dr Q,

do you see cable 1.4410 in your radar ? tvm

jkt-aye 02:23 GMT January 16, 2009
Trade Ideas

Sell gbpusd
Entry: 1.4770 Target: 1.4730 - 1.4695 Stop: 1.4810

gtgl

Hong Kong Qindex 02:16 GMT January 16, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell NASDAQ-100
Entry: 1190 Target: 1127 Stop: 1230

NASDAQ-100 : Weekly Cycle Analysis


The market is under pressure when it is below the weekly cycle pivot centers which are located at 1191 - 1218 - 1224. The lower barrier is positioning at 1110 // 1127 which is corresponing to 1113 in the weekly cycle congested area.


Weekly Cycle Projected Series


... 1030 - 1062* - 1094 - 1110 // 1127* - 1143 - 1159 - 1175 - 1191* - 1207 - [1224] - 1240 - 1256* - 1272 - 1288 - 1304 - 1321* // 1337 - 1353 - 1385* - 1418 ...

Mtl JP 02:02 GMT January 16, 2009
More please

CB -- your take on Arnie' s "California, the eighth-largest economy in the world, faces insolvency within weeks." -- tia

fwiw, I am on record that "BAC is dying as Arnie is about done in Cacafonia . reading that BAC is tapping TARP for extra 25BB, effectively washing out current shareholders. all three companies who went to tarp twice all - practically - worthless now: C AIG and BAC. Despite what Paulson said something about no more big fish gonna fail...might be right, but now it' s whales and I think that technically whales are not fish. "

Syd 01:55 GMT January 16, 2009
MS Says NZD/USD Targets 0.4500 At Year-End
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Morgan Stanley targets NZD/USD at 0.4500 at year-end as Kiwi faces challenging year; pair last 0.5438. Adds, 2nd stage of NZD's downward trend has just begun; "We believe that the NZD has begun its next leg lower as negative macro-dynamics and external balance sheet risks come to the fore." Morgan Stanley economist Manoj Pradhan says size of NZ's external debt, especially in banking sector, exposes NZD to balance sheet risk that may manifest itself in funding gaps in capital account; expects NZ GDP growth below trend through to 2010, only modest improvement in external balance as debt service costs weigh.Morgan Stanley

lkwd jj 01:54 GMT January 16, 2009
cable
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any news or is it gbpjpy related?

lkwd jj 01:43 GMT January 16, 2009
PRES BUSH
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strange isnt it that one can wrap up 8 years in about 15 minutes.

Syd 01:13 GMT January 16, 2009
Australian House Prices Must Fall
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link

Syd 01:05 GMT January 16, 2009
$
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Morgan Stanley and Citigroup Inc plan to pull out clients' money from a near $8 billion fund run by Swiss banking giant Union Bancaire Privee, after learning that it was exposed to Bernard L. Madoff's operations, the New York Times reported Thursday on its censored blog, citing people briefed on the matter

dc CB 00:47 GMT January 16, 2009
More please

Bank of America moves Q4 and full-year 2008 earnings conf call to tomorrow morning at 7 AM EST - originally scheduled to report on January 20th, before the open

YVR MAXXIM 00:44 GMT January 16, 2009
Junior miners tipped to feel downturn

cobalt
Entry: Target: Stop:


Deposit at Mount Thirsty

Mtl JP 00:42 GMT January 16, 2009
Global economy to shrink; deflation greatest threat, says UN

well as you probably know Syd, a fall in wages may be one of two things or a combination of both:
a) actual nominal reduction in wages.
b) purchasing-power erosion of stagnant nominal paycheck
and the best of all is a a combination of a + b.

How-ever, in current economy vs that of the Great Depression it is not so much nominal pay as lack of access to reasonable cost credit that is at the root of the "dramatic slump" (started approx july 2007). Really it should not be a surprise to anyone. Yet it seems to be. The important thing to remember is that "money" has no meaning, be it in physical or electronic / credit form IF it is not transacted. The economic putzes call it "velocity of money". So apparently when velocity = approximately zero -> "dramatic slump". BUT because CREDIT is such large part of the notion of what is "money" we have a problem in that the econ putzes formulae about credit simply do not calculate - system error type thing - when credit actually starts to back up.

So the clueless morons resort to reset their formula in the only way they know: fight fire with more fire.

dc CB 00:41 GMT January 16, 2009
More please
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Bank of America: CNBC reports the govt deal to guarantee BAC assets could be announced as early as this evening

CNBC reports the amount likley to be guaranteed is between $100-125 bln. Says "substantially all of the assets to be guaranteed come from acquisition of Merrill Lynch."

Syd 00:35 GMT January 16, 2009
Junior miners tipped to feel downturn
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A mining analyst says junior miners will feel the brunt of the current downturn in the mining industry.
Hundreds of workers at Rio Tinto's Argyle diamond mine in the Kimberley were yesterday laid off as part of the company's global push to slash debt by billions of dollars.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/01/15/2466865.htm

AMS MAXXIM 00:31 GMT January 16, 2009
FX?

HUDraka sleepwell!

Syd 00:21 GMT January 16, 2009
Trichet lost the plot
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Mtl JP 00:17 GMT Trichet I dont think most pay any attention to what he says these days , he needs to take the blinkers off

Mtl JP 00:17 GMT January 16, 2009
Global economy to shrink; deflation greatest threat, says UN

and fwiw Syd, Trichet at his conference earlier today said that "I see euro economy and global economy in synch" according to some needle in his compASS.

Not quiete sure if he meant in sink or in synch or in synch in sink.

Syd 00:11 GMT January 16, 2009
Global economy to shrink; deflation greatest threat, says UN
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The deepening global recession means that the world economy as a whole could shrink next year and will battle to avoid destructive Thirties-style deflation, the United Nations said yesterday. Mr Flassbeck said that the greatest threat now came from deflation of the sort suffered during the Great Depression, when falls in wages of 10 to 15 per cent in some economies triggered a drastic slump in consumer demand and brought world growth to a virtual standstill.
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/
economics/article5526579.ece

Mtl JP 00:07 GMT January 16, 2009
for your fundy-oriented buddies Syd
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by Mr. Medvedev deputy chairman of Gazprom and director general of Gazprom Export.

Russia Is Trying to Get Gas to Europe - in wsj
Gazprom has done what it can. The only way to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe is for Ukraine to open the route.

hmm a "humanitarian catastrophe" eh ? remind me what was it that clueless (em)Barasso ultimatized about ?

Syd 00:04 GMT January 16, 2009
RBA Happy To Sell AUD/USD Above 0.7000 - ABN
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RBA likely happy to sell at any rally above 0.7000 as it's quite comfortable with current levels given brick wall that commodity economies have run into, says ABN Strategist Greg Gibbs. Notes FX transaction data for December shows bank returned to net selling position after wading in heavily during currency collapse in October, November; sold A$1.1 billion in December, largely to offset dealings with government. "Nevertheless, the willingness of the RBA to cover this government business in the market suggests they do not see current levels in the AUD as inconsistent with the fundamental backdrop, and even are quite happy to discourage a rally above US$0.7000."

 




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