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GVI Forex john 23:51 GMT January 26, 2011
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Entry: Target: Stop:

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Japanese December Trade
¥727.7b vs. ¥450b est.


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Richmond Hills 23:42 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I'm say EUR is surprise free up rather than surprise free fall. How many days did that PK ask for EUR fall?

Syd 23:31 GMT January 26, 2011
McKibbin said any new tax would have unintended consequences
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Eminent economist and Reserve Bank of Australia board member Warwick McKibbin on Thursday attacked the federal Labor government's expected tax increase to fund reconstruction efforts in flood-ravaged Queensland state, saying relaxing fiscal policy was a preferable option.

In an interview on Australian Broadcasting Corp. radio, McKibbin said politicians are overly fixated on the goal of restoring the budget to surplus by the current target date of 2012-13, saying any first-year economic student could see increasing tax was the wrong option.

Many Australians donated to relief funds as the floods swept through Queensland's south east in January and if the community begins to expect the government will impose a new tax, then fewer people are likely to donate in the first instance in the future, he said.

"It does create very bad incentives," McKibbin said.

McKibbin said the tax increase was driven purely by politics. Australia now has a rare hung parliament, which has the minority Labor party ruling with the support of a handful of independents and Green party lawmakers.

The present parliament "is going to deliver very bad outcomes as far as I can see," he said.

Earlier Thursday, Finance Minister Penny Wong said the government remains committed to restoring the budget to surplus on time.

GVI Forex Blog 23:13 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
I am the last one who thinks inflation is a problem for the US economy in the next two years. But I am no bond vigilante. And based on how the curve steepened today

FOMC all but asks Bond Vigilantes “Get Ready to Ride” (FXA)

Syd 23:09 GMT January 26, 2011
fx
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Cambridge Joe, you made me chuckle :-))
If you like that , you will like this one ..
Out of the euro by Rudo de Ruijter
LINK

Cambridge Joe 23:05 GMT January 26, 2011
fx

Aaahh ! That old one ! ;-)

Syd 23:04 GMT January 26, 2011
fx
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Cambridge Joe 22:54 ahahah ... just the messenger :-))) not my words

GVI Forex john 23:04 GMT January 26, 2011


WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
Entry: Target: Stop:

CALENDAR: Far East: JP- Trade. Europe: GB- Distributive Trades. North America: US- Weekly Jobless Claims, Durable Goods, Pending Homes Sales, Natural Gas, 7-yr Auction

  • Busy data day shaping up for Thursday mostly in the U.S.

  • The FOMC kept its policy steady as expected. Its key policy statement is being seen as mixed. 

  • No changes in policy appear to be imminent.

  • The USD is ending the day Wednesday with a soft tone.

  • EUR remains a primary focus. Keep a keen eye on its crosses.

  • Inflation worries premature? Crude closing below the technically significant $88.00 line. 

  • In crude, we show the 50-day moving average closing at 88.51 and 100-day at 84.82.

 

Cambridge Joe 22:54 GMT January 26, 2011
Sold eurusd
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Sold EURUSD entry 3702

tight stop.

Good night !
(ps. SYD... old bean... it's not considered 'PC' to link a race with a negative epithet.... I think it's all right, I don't think anyone noticed.. 'til now... ha ha ! )

nyc bankall 22:50 GMT January 26, 2011
eur/$ & aud/$
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The trades progressing nicely.
eur/$ needs to break above 1.3744 for 1.3786, then 1.3805.
Stop raised to 1.3540 from 1.3380

aud/$ needs to break above 1.0065, for 1.0110 then 1.0190
Stop raised to 0.9830 from 0.9765

Out of here. GT all!
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nyc bankall 19:42 GMT January 24, 2011
aud/$ : Reply
Buy AUDUSD
Entry: 0.9930-0.9880 Target: 1.0190 Stop: 0.9765

A break above 1.0110 will then be crucial.

nyc bankall 18:50 GMT January 24, 2011
eur/$: Reply

Now flat on eur/$ and waiting to re-buy 1.3615-1.3565 Stop 1.3380, targets 1.3755 then 1.3805

Syd 22:45 GMT January 26, 2011
An emergency fund is the answer to the euro's missing element, said billionaire investor and philant
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29 Oct 2010 ... As George Soros has written in an excellent recent article in the New York ... But the 750bn euro war chest or rescue fund has given countries a breathing ... And over the past two weeks the ECB has stopped its emergency programme ... This is the most important missing ingredient, and it depends on ...

As George Soros has written in an excellent recent article in the New York Review of Books, the euro crisis has led to a crise de conscience - or perhaps that should be Gewissensbisse - in Germany. The Maastricht treaty specifically banned bailouts and that ban has been upheld by the German constitutional court, but that is precisely what has happened. Pardon my French (again) but the German public feels duped by a bunch of feckless Greeks.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/26ded90a-e35c-11df-97db-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1CBSAapsL

to dr unken katt 22:41 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

CROOKS broke in to a Florida house and snorted the ashes of the owner's father, thinking it was cocaine.
Police in Marion's County arrested five suspects Tuesday over the sick crime, in which the burglars also stole and tried to snort the ashes of their victim's dead two Great Dane dogs.

Detectives said they believe the intruders thought the ashes were cocaine, but after trying some and realising their mistake, quickly got rid of them

HK [email protected] 22:37 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Traders turning into poets... that is a serious matter, just don't become another YXX math.

HK [email protected] 22:34 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

YXX math 22:31 GMT January 26, 2011

What happened friend? The supply of your pills was cut?
Anyway some improvement in your situation is noticed as your screen name became shorter.
Hope you continue your therapy with more success(and not here).

Rexburg Stubbs 22:32 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Thursday's EUR lyrics-

Wed's eur theme extended into Thursday-

....And I'm a bad boy cos I don't even
miss her. I'm a bad boy for breakin' her
hear.t And I'm free, free fallin'. Yeah I'm free,
free fallin'...

HK [email protected] 22:29 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD bull out of the stable
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Bless the lord for giving me those hours of sleep, and saving me from last night lengthy discussions on the forum.
But meanwhile the GBP-bull(as I suspected) is out of the stable, and so gold and silver began to trend upward.
...
Some people have to begin using a more careful language, because the Mkt will not do what you wish or want(even one demand it for days), but you get what it gives you. So simple GL/GT

YXX math 22:23 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

warm food war measure re/act being microwaved gwen elf towers

GVI Forex john 22:14 GMT January 26, 2011
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DATA
Entry: Target: Stop:

From our risk trade table...

Latest	Gold	Oil	S&P
Last	1343	87.59	1297
High	1343	87.63	1299
Low	1326	86.03	1291
Change	10	1.27	5

MVA	Gold	Oil	S&P
5 day	1338	87.70	1290
10 day	1351	89.37	1290
20 day	1369	89.86	1281
50 day	1378	88.51	1249
100 day	1356	84.82	1208
200 day	1285	80.40	1151

TREND	Gold	Oil	S&P
BIAS	Down	Down	Up

Rexburg Stubbs 22:13 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I was repeatedly stoned and whipped here days ago for calling the eur a failed experiment. But my man George Soros agrees, and for the same reasons-

DAVOS, Switzerland – Billionaire financier George Soros warned Wednesday that Europe could potentially fall apart because of the "two-speed Europe" of haves and have-nots that is being perpetuated by the reform of the embattled euro.

He told a news briefing on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum that the currency used by 17 EU nations is in the process of reform following concerns over the debt crisis that enveloped Greece and Ireland and is threatening others.

Its flaw, he said, of having a common central bank but no common treasury was being addressed with the creation of a permanent European Financial Stability Facility, which was created to bail out debt-ridden countries.
///////////////////////////////////

I said the same thing about having a common central bank but no common treasury. Now, before you go and offer sweet cynical criticisms about my man George, I trust him over anyone who can't match his legendary performance.

Good Evening

Rexburg Stubbs 22:06 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I sense that 1.35xx can be touched within 24-48 hrs.
Peace out.

Syd 22:04 GMT January 26, 2011
Flood rebuilding levy will backfire: RBA director Warwick McKibbin
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Soros: Would Be Very Careful With Muni Bonds -CNBC
Soros: A Common Treasury Was the Euro's Missing Ingredient -CNBC
Soros: 'Two-Speed' Europe is an Unsolved Problem -CNBC
Soros: We're On the Verge of Tipping Over to Inflation -CNBC

RBA McKibbin: Fiscal Deficit Preferable Over Flood Levy -ABC
RBA McKibbin: Flood Levy Risks Unintended Consequences - ABC
RBA's McKibbin Says Fixation On Budget Balance Unwise
RBA's McKibbin Says Risks That Political Process Will Deliver Bad Policy
The tight Aussie credit conditions and interest rate hikes last year may play a part in making the housing market worse, figures have suggested.LINK

GVI Forex john 21:57 GMT January 26, 2011
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GVI Forex john 21:53 GMT January 26, 2011
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USD PIVOT POINTS
Entry: Target: Stop:

Pivots	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD
Res 3	1.3802	83.22	0.9529	1.6085	1.0018	1.0076
Res 2	1.3761	82.91	0.9497	1.5998	1.0000	1.0039
Res 1	1.3726	82.61	0.9465	1.5946	0.9975	1.0006

Pivot	1.3685	82.30	0.9433	1.5859	0.9957	0.9969

Sup 1	1.3650	82.00	0.9401	1.5807	0.9932	0.9936
Sup 2	1.3609	81.69	0.9369	1.5720	0.9914	0.9899
Sup 3	1.3574	81.39	0.9337	1.5668	0.9889	0.9866

YXX math 21:50 GMT January 26, 2011
measure reAct
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GBPUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

warpetreusA!

GVI Forex john 21:49 GMT January 26, 2011
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USD MOVING AVERAGES
Entry: Target: Stop:

Latest	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD
Last	1.3690	82.31	0.9433	1.5895	0.9951	0.9974
High	1.3721	82.60	0.9465	1.5910	0.9981	1.0001
Low	1.3645	81.99	0.9401	1.5771	0.9938	0.9931
Change	0.0007	0.05	0.0011	0.0079	-0.0024	0.0012

MVA	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD
5 day	1.3620	82.53	0.9521	1.5923	0.9958	0.9937
10 day	1.3496	82.58	0.9573	1.5914	0.9932	0.9944
20 day	1.3320	82.54	0.9566	1.5735	0.9936	0.9985
50 day	1.3279	83.05	0.9684	1.5677	1.0038	0.9925
100 day	1.3476	82.86	0.9739	1.5764	1.0114	0.9843
200 day	1.3073	85.87	1.0279	1.5448	1.0251	0.9325

TREND	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD
BIAS	Up	Down	Down	Up	Up	Down

jerusalem kb 21:41 GMT January 26, 2011
GBPUSD

closed all with 160pips+

Syd 21:39 GMT January 26, 2011
WSJ UPDATE: Changing Tune On Inflation Could Sideswipe Euro, Pound
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-Investors have been fretting about inflation problems in fast-growing emerging nations while giving central bankers in Britain and the euro zone a free pass. But given Europe's growing inflationary pressures and concerns that policy makers could be behind the curve, some analysts fear the U.K. pound and possibly even the euro could soon get punished.
Failure by the Bank of England to get a grip on growth and prices could undermine confidence in the bank itself, hurting the pound. In one sign of concern, prices of credit-default swaps tied to Britain--which investors buy to protect themselves against the risk of a debt default--have jumped roughly 10% since Monday evening, though the cost of insurance remains low.
http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20110126-715613.html


China Banking Regulator ‘Very Concerned’ About Inflation.
China’s top banking regulator said Wednesday the country’s authorities are “very concerned” about inflation and are determined to refrain from seeking overly fast economic growth in the future.LINK

GVI Forex Blog 21:33 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
The dollar slipped on Wednesday, with weakness seen continuing the rest of the week, after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates low and gave a tepid assessment of the U.S. economy that ensured the central bank's Treasury bond-buying program stays until June.

FOREX NEWS - Dollar edges lower as Fed gives cautious outlook

GVI Forex john 21:31 GMT January 26, 2011
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jerusalem kb 21:25 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd

you are welcome stubbs.
yes the middle B/B is 20ma and if you check the monthly chart you will see that the price is now at the middle bollinger band

Rexburg Stubbs 21:22 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd

jerusalem kb 21:04 GMT January 26, 2011

Thank you for sharing this interesting chart. Is the "Middle Bollinger Band" alternative terminology for "Moving Average"?

GVI Forex john 21:21 GMT January 26, 2011
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dc CB 21:19 GMT January 26, 2011
New York Prosecutor Seeks Mandatory Prison Terms in Securities Fraud Cases

National Taxpayers Union says Obama’s state of the union ideas would boost spending by $20 bln and lead to higher taxes.

?????gee the FRBNY spends that in 3 days in an average week.
it's really amusing to listen to all this carping about "spending", with not one peep about this daily operation.

jerusalem kb 21:05 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd



waiting for support breakout as first sign of correction.

dc CB 21:04 GMT January 26, 2011
New York Prosecutor Seeks Mandatory Prison Terms in Securities Fraud Cases
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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said he wants harsher penalties, including mandatory prison time, for people convicted of major securities fraud in New York.
Vance said in a speech at New York City Bar Association in midtown Manhattan yesterday that he will call on the legislature to change the Martin Act, New York’s securities fraud statute. He said he will seek prison sentences of as long as 8 1/3 years to 25 years for frauds involving more than $1 million. The crime now carries no minimum prison sentence, regardless of the money involved.
“The flexibility of the Martin Act and its utility in the battle against criminal fraud is marred by its overly lenient penalties,”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-01-25/new-york-prosecutor-seeks-mandatory-prison-sentence-in-securities-frauds.html

jerusalem kb 21:04 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd



h4 chart.
middle bollinger band shows strong support

jerusalem kb 21:02 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd



daily chart

Cambridge Joe 21:01 GMT January 26, 2011
EURUSD
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FWIW... I'm seeing crossed SARs on the 1 hr eurusd chart.
This is a strong indicator eurusd going south...

Not immaculate... but a decent 'heads-up' is all.

Syd 21:00 GMT January 26, 2011
Rick Santelli,
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Bill Gross, Pimco; Ken Volpert, Vanguard Funds portfolio manager; and CNBC's Rick Santelli, Bob Pisani, Erin Burnett & Steve Liesman.
http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=3000003149&play=1


THE first big federal political showdown for the year is looming, with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott vowing to fight a Queensland flood levy to be announced today.
Julia Gillard faces showdown on flood levy as Opposition vows to fight it
Roubini warns UK and eurozone are still vulnerable to double-dip recession
Nouriel Roubini, one of the few experts to predict the 2007 crash, admits fears after Bank of England governor Mervyn King issues stark message about Britain's economic health
Roubini said four big risks remained: the threat that the crisis would spread to Spain, which was "too big to fail and too big to save", the fact that Greece's debts made it effectively insolvent, the burden of bank debt that had been loaded onto state coffers in countries such as Ireland and the inability of the crisis countries to grow their way out of trouble.
Roubini said the lack of any "light at the tunnel" led to a risk of a social backlash in the eurozone.
LINK

Fed's Omission Of "$75B A Month" Could Be Telling: Strategist

Fed Often Gets It Wrong In Its Forecasts on US Economy
http://www.cnbc.com/id/41274795

Rexburg Stubbs 20:47 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

And I'm looking at my charts and it shows that a short term down trend is to begin in no time flat.

Rexburg Stubbs 20:47 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

nyc s 20:42 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm so sorry it hasn't rallied past 1.37 in any meaningful way over last few sessions. That is why my call for lower sounds like a broken record, but if you think about it.....and it won't be long now. Otherwise the bottoming call for silver was dead on bro.

nyc s 20:42 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Stubbs. It sounds like a broken record. One of these days you will be right. I hope I am on the train then.

Rexburg Stubbs 20:39 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

It looks like eur is preparing for the surprise free fall.

Rexburg Stubbs 20:24 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

nyc fh2nyc 19:36 GMT January 26, 2011

Hello dear friend. I do not know how low it will go but we'll know when we are there.

GVI Forex john 20:23 GMT January 26, 2011
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from RBNZ statement...

“As noted previously, while interest rates are likely to increase modestly over the next two years, for now it seems prudent to keep the OCR low until the recovery becomes more robust and underlying inflationary pressures show more obvious signs of increasing.”

GVI Forex Blog 20:19 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
AUD/USD and NZD/USD outlook next 24 hours: AUD/USD remains trapped in a broader 0.98 and 1.00 range and will meet sellers again today above parity. NZD will be dominated by the RBNZ meeting. The RBNZ will leave the OCR unchanged and reassert the message from the December Monetary Policy Statement that tightening is unlikely to resume before Q3 this year.

Forex - Morning Report (Westpac)

GVI Forex john 20:16 GMT January 26, 2011
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Reserve Bank of New Zealand:
Policy Unchanged



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Tehran k.k 20:10 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

swiss yank, could you tell more about it?

dc CB 20:10 GMT January 26, 2011
Auction



final score. "good" weekly employment report tomorrow, which would lead thinking that next friday's monthly report will also be "good", could very well pop the 30y yield out of this sideways pattern. USD up? How will the market manipulators at the Worlds Biggest HedgeFund deal with this....being that stocks never go down, esp on POMO days.

POMOs tomorrow $4-6bln, Friday $7-9

Rexburg Stubbs 20:10 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Swiss Yank 19:58 GMT January 26, 2011

That's a good point Yankee. This is why I think the concept of "trend" is generally bogus.

Madras Neo 20:05 GMT January 26, 2011
Time is up..
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Buy USDCAD
Entry: 0.9953 Target: 1.0053 Stop: 0.9913

So now its time for ucad to rise .. :) gl n gt to all neo

Swiss Yank 19:58 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

The only true masters of identifying the beginning and the end of an upmove/dowmnove, or what you call a "trend" are those that control it purely by money . There are only 4 of these types" in the world that do it consistently. After the money move, it shows on the charts...so looking at charts is and will always be a 2 way bet for everyone outside this "circle"....sad but true.

Syd 19:55 GMT January 26, 2011
China Plans Path to Economic Hegemony
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China would like to make the yuan one of the world's anchor currencies, forcing other countries to maintain reserves of Chinese money and providing significant advantages for Beijing. Yet the country cannot continue to keep the value of its currency artificially low if it hopes to become the world's dominant economic power.
They have made it to the heart of American capitalism. As of last week, the pioneers in China's race to the top have been displayed on a giant electronic billboard in New York's Times Square. For four weeks, the images of Chinese astronauts and athletes, their stars and the super-rich will appear 300 times a day in a giant advertisement for the People's Republic.
http://www.spiegel.de/international/business/0,1518,741303,00.html

This is what Ben Bernanke wants

Rexburg Stubbs 19:51 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

EUR has no recovery rallie like yesterday. It is a one way sell for a lower low then lower still.

Rexburg Stubbs 19:49 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Southport DM 19:41 GMT January 26, 2011

I see your point and in fact fully agree that it is only after the fact that such analysis becomes useful (and is sold as such to 'splain away what already is known).
Thus, I wonder why people say "A trend is your friend" if it is not universally defined (think 10 analysts with 10 different interpretations), but rather quite uniquely personal.

The possibilities are endless...

Southport DM 19:41 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.



Stubbs - so many different ways a chart can be interpretted - and only "after the fact" will we really know which one was right.

The chart shows a possible a-b-c-d-e correction.

It could be that we are now still in the d wave - which at the moment would have 1.4810 as a target BEFORE then falling to a target near 1.15

Sorry I could not label chart with a-b-c-d-e, so I trust you understand my meaning.

I fully understand your chart with the lower highs - lower lows.
But that would still be valid even if euro first went up from here to challenge 1.40 area.

In fact, the measured move target of the inverse S-H-S pattern happens to be 1.3996.

Good luck with the short euro/$ trade, but please consider that there are other possibilites.

to dr unken katt 19:40 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

euro is up for correction i think

London SFH 19:36 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

dil-these markets are thin and nervous -you could be right but it takes time and good money management,,gl/gt

nyc fh2nyc 19:36 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Stubbs friend, how low do you see EUR go? Thanks

Israel dil 19:32 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I was wrong about higher daily high

dc CB 19:31 GMT January 26, 2011
Auction



Big woof ...next batter

Rexburg Stubbs 19:27 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

London SFH 19:24 GMT January 26, 2011

This centers around how a "trend" is "universally" defined. If it simple to identify a "trend" before the after the fact, then it would be the risk free train ride to wealth for anyone who wanted it.

Rexburg Stubbs 19:24 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Perhaps the trend looking back in the future will reveal that this was a great place to short EUR?!

London SFH 19:24 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Not really, i guess those that identify it get on the back of it for a few %....some trends are more obvious than others,but day traders dont usually get carried away with big picture trends..

Rexburg Stubbs 19:23 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Anyone see how EUR is to be sold here? It seems so obvious.

Rexburg Stubbs 19:22 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

London SFH 19:17 GMT January 26, 2011

So if the "trend" is only obvious after the fact then whatever people call a "trend" to make forward decisions is virtually and universally useless.

London SFH 19:17 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Trends are pretty obvious with hindsight-thats why difficult to predict a turnaround-But Stub, who can deny stocks and Euro have for example have been in an uptrend? No-one- wish I saw them coming gl/gt

Rexburg Stubbs 19:09 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Ind! Rafe... 18:15 GMT January 26, 2011

It seems as if you are trying to make a point of something other than what was discussed. The point is that trends ARE uniquely personal because not only are they defined differently from one to the next but they are interpreted differently as well.

Rexburg Stubbs 19:09 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.

Ind! Rafe... 18:15 GMT January 26, 2011

It seems as if you are trying to make a point of something other than what was discussed. The point is that trends ARE uniquly personal because not only are they defined differently from one to the next but they are interpreted differently as well.

London SFH 19:08 GMT January 26, 2011
Gold
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Hi ooozmeeh..I like your calls on Gold-I ahve been sort for a few days -looking to buy back below 1300 but so far a struggle...gl/gt

jerusalem kb 19:05 GMT January 26, 2011
usdchf
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Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9470 Target: Stop: 0.9420

buy stop at place

hk ooozmeeh 18:58 GMT January 26, 2011
GOLD
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27 month upward trendline ; 200EMA ; 4 month congestion
good and safe trades to all!

hk ooozmeeh 18:54 GMT January 26, 2011


gold is still within a 4 month congestion range, with still room for downward movement, but downward movement i expect wud be limited to a well respected 27-month strong upward trendline which closes in with the 200 EMA. good trades to all.

GVI Forex Blog 18:28 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
Gold (a daily chart of which is shown) as of Wednesday (1/26/2011) has descended to approach a confluence of key support within the context of a strong bearish trend

Gold Drops to Key Support Confluence

Ind! Rafe... 18:15 GMT January 26, 2011
Stubbs.
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I cannot discuss your point any further in which you mention the primary trend being personal and not universal but I can see right through you to your desk.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:50 GMT January 26, 2011

The "universal" trend is not personal at all.

It's how you look at it, like for example like you would a mirror as it is, when your looking at a mirror... or is it looking back at you and reflecting a true picture?

what if the result is faulty? are you going to wipe the front face of the mirror or coat the back of it? In other words a dancer that cannot dance will say the floor board is faulty.

I did not think of all this universal/primary trend stuff a few years ago but knowing it made me better, personality wise and in terms of analysis too which in turn made me more humble and it repeats etc.

dc CB 18:10 GMT January 26, 2011
Auction



captain, they've taken back all you won yesterday. You're up at bat next...knock it out of the park Benno, save the day 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3 yeh team

dc CB 18:05 GMT January 26, 2011
Auction
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$35 bln 5-yr Note Auction Results: 2.041% (Expected 2.061%); Bid/Cover 2.97x (Prior 2.61x, 12-auction avg 2.76x); Indirect Bidders 45% (Prior 39.2%, 12-auction avg 42.7%)


I guess that big POMO buy back yesterday of the last 5y auction brought out the biddas

Cambridge Joe 18:02 GMT January 26, 2011
X-Ray Specs !
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With my X-Ray specs... I see USDCHF south bound .. leaving the station ... about now !

Wooo Wooo !

Rexburg Stubbs 18:01 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Ind! Rafe... 17:59 GMT January 26, 2011

No idea what you said there but I'm sure it was something.
Interpret trends how you feel best. Have a good one!!

Ind! Rafe... 17:59 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 17:54 GMT January 26, 2011

Excluding the year, the date is January, 26.

i.e. Primary is January (monthly), intermediate is 26 in the last week of the month,(weekly), date today(26, daily), time is smaller oscillations 17:54.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:56 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Ind! Rafe... 17:53 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm more than confident that you know that chart is a weekly chart from July 2008 until now.

Have a good one.
Stubbs out.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:54 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

My apologies for so many posts. I was only attempting to reply when asked.
Have a nice day everyone.
Bye-

GVI Forex Jay 17:54 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Good discussion as we wait for the FOMC decision. It shows how traders can view the same charts in different ways. What I would suggest is to add this to your posts if relevant so they can be viewed in the time frame you are using.

Ind! Rafe... 17:53 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 17:51 GMT January 26, 2011

Answer the question Stubbs. What is the date and time where you are now. I will demonstrate a point with your answer, and another with your second to last post.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:51 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Ind! Rafe... 17:49 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm not trying to be sneaky or anything Rafe. Honesty is the only policy. The chart shared is simply a weekly candle chart.

Hillegom Purk 17:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Stardate?

Rexburg Stubbs 17:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Ind! Rafe... 17:44 GMT January 26, 2011

My understanding of this, after various folks contributing and discussing, is that the primary "trend" has become uniquely personal, not universal. Textbooks or not, in the end it is all about performance.

Ind! Rafe... 17:49 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 17:43 GMT January 26, 2011

Stubbs// I'll ask you a question which you'll need to answer honestly.

What date and time is it there where you are?

nyc bankall 17:45 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR:

But I'm not referring to the trendline, which was actually first broken in 2005. The general price trend is UP since the 0.8225.

Ind! Rafe... 17:44 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 17:41 GMT January 26, 2011.

Our discussion was about primary trends for which you thanked us both despite 1 decline, and we would all like you to discuss further so we can end the confusion on the direction of the primary trend.

We like to discuss valid technical and textbook points on the forum because we want to learn from the gurus.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:43 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

People speak universally of "trend" or "the trend" in casual conversations yet the only universal understanding "trend" is that there is no universal understanding of "trend".

Rexburg Stubbs 17:41 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Ind! Rafe... 17:39 GMT January 26, 2011

Some might say that is the "intermediate" trend.

Give a chart to 10 people and get back 10 different interpretations of "trend".

That is my point.

Ind! Rafe... 17:40 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

sorry exclude higher high from my paragraph it should read higher lows and higher closes.

Ind! Rafe... 17:39 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 17:15 GMT January 26, 2011

I also see a higher low and higher high starting from October until now with this months low being a false breakout due to confusion at the lowest level (12873). We have also had higher closes (12968, 13365) since October, so how do you know the trend has not changed from down to up being faced with this scenario?

Rexburg Stubbs 17:37 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR:

nyc bankall 17:34 GMT January 26, 2011

Broken

Rexburg Stubbs 17:35 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

GVI Forex Jay 17:26 GMT January 26, 2011

Thanks Jay. I appreciate your commentary. That is why I think empty trading phrases without reference really make no sense i.e. "trend is your friend". One can always argue against your "trend" when they are looking at a different "trend". Maybe that is why one great trader once said that he does not predict a nonexisting future.

nyc bankall 17:34 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR:
Reply   
Rexburg Stubbs 17:15 GMT January 26, 2011
And what does the trend look like since the low of circa 0.8225?

GVI Forex Jay 17:26 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Stubbs. If I can join in, I see what you are looking at and 1.4282 is the key for you then but not the time frame I am trading. So we can agree on the chart but not on the bias. This is what makes a market, traders trading different time frames.

Rexburg Stubbs 17:15 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR



I see textbook lower highs and lower lows as the primary trend. Is this not "trend"?

HK Kevin 17:06 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

Richland QC Mailman 16:58 GMT, you are not alone. I also joined in the long camp near today's low (havn't posted this trade).

Richland QC Mailman 16:58 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

Ok folks. could be the lone voice in the wilderness but I guess we are sticking to our view that usd/chf is a buy for as long as intraday lows hold. Still have our longs intact.

Rexburg Stubbs 16:57 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Thank you both. I see primary downtrend from 1.60 and failed lower rallie highs at each major peaks. Intermediate trend from last few sessions since beginning of year looks like a textbook wavelette against the tide.

Ind! Rafe... 16:56 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

ldn dealer 16:53 GMT January 26, 2011

i thought you'd chip in something too that is why i started composing my response to the question...lol

ldn dealer 16:53 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rafe answered for me. tku

Ind! Rafe... 16:53 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

kl fs 16:44 GMT January 26, 2011.

Long story, but we call him Q sometimes surely not qindex, we also call him Dr.Q but lovingly but never qindex.

Rexburg Stubbs 16:51 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

ldn dealer 16:48 GMT January 26, 2011

It is not to lure you into a debate. If you know what "trend" the majority trade then please say it. As mentioned, I see lower lows, which I think is mentioned in that textbook. A simple answer is all that is requested. Thanks in advance for your time.

Ind! Rafe... 16:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Rexburg Stubbs 16:36 GMT January 26, 2011.

Don't mean to cut in on this one but people don't trade trends they lose money in em' because they don't take into consideration that there is only a primary, intermediate, and minor trend but to get the matter down right there is only 1 true trend which is the primary one, but many "trend cycles or vibrations" within that primary trend within which others consider with many different time frames.

To demonstrate the pooint just pluck a taut rubber band, there is 1 band but many vibrations which come as a consequence of plucking the band.

ldn dealer 16:48 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I have no interested in being lured into a debate but would be glad to send you a technical textbook.

GVI Forex Blog 16:47 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
EUR/USD was off two-month highs moving into the European equity closed as traders squared positions ahead of the FOMC decision.

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update

kl fs 16:44 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

come on, Rafe
Qindex is his system, his name is Dr. Albert Cheung

Rexburg Stubbs 16:36 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

ldn dealer 16:32 GMT January 26, 2011

Can you please tell me what "trend" most folks trade? I am interesting in observing what the majority do. However, unlike a democracy, the majority who vote in the financial markets do not make money. The greater the consensus, the greater the loss.

Ind! Rafe... 16:36 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

kl fs 16:33 GMT January 26, 2011

Dr Qindex, he is a PhD, give him that respect when you refer to his name.

no offense
tia.

gl gt

ldn dealer 16:34 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

By the way there is nothing free in this business. Every gain is hard earned.

kl fs 16:33 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments

wow even Qindex is backing up the sell usdchf trade with his analysis. What else are you waiting for guys? short usdchf around this 0.9440 level, good selling action on any approach to 0.9450

ldn dealer 16:32 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Then it depends on the time frame you choose to trade. There have been higher lows and highs since the second week of this year. I prefer the trend that most trade. As you say different strokes for different folks.

Rexburg Stubbs 16:31 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

"The trend is your friend" sounds as useful as the "Buy and hold" campaign heavily sold by money managers in the 90's and into the early 2000's until...

Hong Kong Qindex 16:30 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/CHF : Current Comments
Reply   
USDCHF
Entry: Target: Stop:

USD/CHF : The odds are good that the market will tackle the supporting point at 0.9391.


Monthly Cycle Directional Indicator : 0.8888* - 0.9246 - [0.9391]* - 0.9558 - 0.9569 - 0.9658 - 0.9661 - [0.9855] - 0.9864 - 1.0090 - 1.0186* - [1.0856]


USD/CHF : Monthly Cycle Charts
http://www.qindex.com/chf.html

jerusalem kb 16:28 GMT January 26, 2011
sell audcad
Reply   
Sell AUDCAD
Entry: 0.9905 Target: 0.9810-open Stop: 0.9975

sold

Rexburg Stubbs 16:27 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

ldn dealer 16:12 GMT January 26, 2011

Interesting theory. What is the definition of trend and how is it used for free pips?

When I look for the "trend" I see lower and lower highs from 1.60 range which to me is a down "trend". Maybe definition of "trend" is elusive? And at what point does the past NOT continue into the future and when do you know it?

London SMS 16:17 GMT January 26, 2011
Bought Silver

Added to long @ 26.75 - and will keep adding down to stop @ 24
----------
Bought Silver : Reply
added more @ 27.25

London SMS 13:50 GMT January 24, 2011
Bought Silver : Reply
Buy OTHER
Entry: 27.40 Target: 30 Stop:

Entering for a long term.

Ind! Rafe... 16:16 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

ldn dealer 16:12 GMT January 26, 2011

or until it bends...lol

ldn dealer 16:12 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Reminder

Trend is still your friend (until it becomes the enemy)

GVI Forex john 16:06 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

CALENDAR
Entry: Target: Stop:

January 26 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Thursday, January 27:

  • Far East: JP- Trade.
  • Europe: GB- Distributive Trades.
  • North America: US- Weekly Jobless Claims, Durable Goods, Pending Homes Sales, Natural Gas, 7-yr Auction.
Updated: Trading Events Calendar

London ex 16:05 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Stubbs- Interesting observation. I think you may be right here. We just failed at 1.3700~ again.

Certainly stops on both sides of this line certainly have to be building. Just looking for a catalyst? Or maybe the EUR bulls have gone to the well one too many times?

jerusalem kb 15:53 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd

watch out 1.3740 .
sell order at 1.3780 is still valid

Rexburg Stubbs 15:53 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Richmond Hills 15:45 GMT January 26, 2011

Price at the top of the box with massive offers loading in. This is a good opportunity for you to focus and sell short.

GVI Forex Blog 15:46 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
USD/CHF (a 4-hour chart of which is shown) as of Wednesday (1/26/2011) has dropped down to establish support at the 0.9400 price region. This occurs after price action formed a rough head-and-shoulder

USD/CHF Targets All-Time Low

HK Kevin 15:45 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR/CHF
Reply   
Just hit the bottom of a EUR/CHF long position at 1.2892, stop below yesterday's low.

Rexburg Stubbs 15:45 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

When I see the eur charts there seems to be massive resistance building with offers mounting near and just above the figure. DYOD

hk ooozmeeh 15:39 GMT January 26, 2011
GOLD

hk ooozmeeh 10:47 GMT January 25, 2011
GOLD : Reply
Buy Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

gold @ 1323 level ...will start to accumulate longterm gold "longs" from here until 1300 level...good trades to all

----
accumulating long gold @ 1325 (pending order..) gt

Rexburg Stubbs 15:37 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

It would seem that the offers are now stacking against eur

GVI Forex john 15:31 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

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Weekly Energy Data:
Crude +4.8m
Distillates -140K
Gasoline +2.4m
C/U 81.8%




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kl fs 15:26 GMT January 26, 2011
sell usdchf
Reply   
1hr action suggests usdchf is a sell on any approach to 0.9450

GVI Forex john 15:23 GMT January 26, 2011
What's the buzz?

- Be careful about rosy media reports about New homes sales. They are still running roughly at all-time lows for the series (post-WWII). Further gains would be welcomed but we are running at an annual rate of 25-35% of where we should be.

- EURUSD lacking demand so far today. Major EUR crosses are mixed to weaker.

- Gold, Silver and oil are mixed. Same for the commodity currencies (AUD,CAD, NZD).

- Oil inventories shortly...

Israel dil 15:22 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

i also think that PURK is very close to the place action taking place about EURO currently :-)

jerusalem kb 15:22 GMT January 26, 2011
eurusd
Reply   
EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

place a support trend line on 1hr from 20-1low passing through25-1 low then..
wait for on time call

Israel dil 15:20 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

higher high than 1.3723 and also lower low after it today and/or lower weekly low if EURO is about to go 1.2 handle again. we will see :-)

Rexburg Stubbs 15:18 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Richmond Hills 15:14 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm not going to say you are wrong after the fact (like your small rallie wiggle hihihi). I'll just say it now. EUR is to be sold.

jerusalem kb 15:17 GMT January 26, 2011
EURCHF

cancled

jerusalem kb 15:15 GMT January 26, 2011
GBPUSD

sl now at 1.5830

Richmond Hills 15:14 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I'm to say you are totally wrong, rebound is faster than you think, don't dream EUR1.2777

GVI Forex john 15:10 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support



New Homes Sales, Starts and Permits...

New homes considerably stronger than forecast, but still at an exceptionally low level...

Blue line is New Homes Sales.

Rexburg Stubbs 15:08 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Just woke up and see a lovely decline. More directional selling to come.

Mtl JP 15:06 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

what math is that ?
329 K vs. 300K = 9.66%

Richland QC Mailman 15:02 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

New Home Sales soar 17.5% BETTER than expected.

GVI Forex john 15:00 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

DATA
Entry: Target: Stop:

-- ALERT --

December New Homes Sales
329 K vs. 300K exp.




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Mtl JP 14:59 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

new house sales expected at 300K

market direction and magnitide reaction will depend on deviation from it

GVI Forex Jay 14:57 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

As I noted earlier, The intra-day low is 1.3656, suggesting 1.3650 is pivotal as well in keeping the focus on 1.37+.

Low so far 1.3653.

Lahore FM 14:22 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Buy USDCAD
Entry: Target: 1.0100 Stop:

can get to 1.0100 from 0.9960 current.

GVI Forex john 13:57 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

EVENT @ 15:00 GMT
New Home Sales
IMPACT = MEDIUM


New Home Sales record sales of U.S. newly constructed residences. The U.S. Census Bureau publishes New Home Sales statistics monthly.

Ind! Rafe... 13:51 GMT January 26, 2011
For HK RF.
Reply   
HK [email protected] 13:27 GMT January 26, 2011

Who Dares Wins : -

This motto represents the importance of courage, resourcefulness and the guts to try new ways - for accomplishing successfully operations which are thought to be impossible.

Try this for a booster mate.

kl fs 13:33 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD GOLD

follow revdax, sell usd and wear diamonds later this year!
DX is making a nice down trend

GVI Forex john 13:29 GMT January 26, 2011
What's the buzz?

WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
Entry: Target: Stop:

- After they ran stops at 1.3720 earlier in EURUSD trade has turned mixed.
- EUR mixed on its major crosses. Watch them. They set the tone.
- In crude oil $88.38 50-day moving average has been key. 100-day average is distant at $84.70. Last $86.70. +0.48.
- Fixed Income prices are being marked down (higher interest rates) into the 5-yr auction later today.



HK [email protected] 13:27 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD GOLD
Reply   
That pair is still keeping the cards near the chest, but looks like eventually a bulltrend will emerge.

Market wants you out and hesitating.


Gold to reach a buying point with a S/L close to it.

The next 8$ down are interesting for a buy, though gold may drop even below the recent 1322 low.

No reason why gold will not climb from here back to it's 1424 HI

GVI Forex john 13:18 GMT January 26, 2011
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Gen dk 13:04 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
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Ind! Rafe... 12:52 GMT January 26, 2011
EURUSD
Reply   
EURUSD : - 13721 was pivotal in my model and it has been touched to the pip exact then a 40 pip rejection which signifies that it is a heavy resistance/support point at that level 13773-13846 should suffice for the rest of the week other wise 13956 would be a shorting area.

Richland QC Mailman 12:46 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Planted a couple of usd/chf longs 9430's.

GVI Forex john 12:34 GMT January 26, 2011


WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
Entry: Target: Stop:

CALENDAR: US- Weekly Mortgages, New Homes Sales, Weekly Crude Inventories, 5-yr Auction, Fed Policy decision, NZ (Thursday) RBNZ Decision

  • BOE Minutes out. It might be that they have been overtaken by events (4Q10 GDP)?

  • Perhaps targeting a single inflation rate is much too simplistic.

  • Not too long ago central banks targeted the money supply and that did not work either.

  • GBP spiked on the Minutes and then retreated.

  • EUR remains a primary focus. Keep a sharp eye on its crosses.

  • Inflation worries premature? Crude holding below the technically significant $88.00 line . 



GVI Forex Blog 12:25 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
The eur/usd has extended its high to take out a rumored 1.3720 DNT option barrier but faces a potential tough zone at 1.37-1.38 even though there are only a few chart points worth noting

Tech Talk - EUR/USD 1.37-1.38 Could Be Tough

Ireland 12:25 GMT January 26, 2011
Irish Vote
Reply   
IRISH GOVT WINS FIRST VOTE ON FINANCE BILL WITH 80 VOTES TO 78

Mtl JP 12:17 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

Jay - market pundits ignored China's help euro yik-yak. Now Euro sceptics and other euro predjudiced players got their panties jammed up their donkey-crack. Going forward key metric is how many of the "the dwindling bear camp" Euro shorters are still wiggling alive in the battlefield trenches after the last two-week attack on them to mount new and additional short plays.

The big players can sit back without aggressively pushing the euro further up as they enjoy the mayhem on the field and watch the shorts nursing their wounds.

GVI Forex john 12:12 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

From GVI Earlier...
GVI Forex john 10:55 GMT January 26, 2011

Calendar today has a lot of items but not a lot that matters. New homes sales are a very small number. The 5-yr auction and Fed decision are key. In the case of the Fed, its the language that matters.

Later in the NY afternoon sees the RBNZ policy decision (seen unchanged).

GVI Forex Jay 11:58 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

12:00 GMT (Global-View.com) January 26 -The eur/usd has extended its high to take out a rumored 1.3720 DNT option barrier but faces a potential tough zone at 1.37-1.38 even though there are only a few chart points worth noting in this region. These levels however, are significant at 1.37445 (61.8% of 1.4282-1.2875) and 1.3786 (key Nov 22 high). For the dwindling bear camp, the 61.8% level is significant in maintaining hope that the sharp rebound off 1.2875 is still a retracement. The 1.3786 level is significant as it protects the pivotal 1.38 level with a void of key levels above it until 1.40 and 1.4282. On the downside, there are no significant levels worth noting until sub-1.36 so keep an eye on 1.3685-1.3703 as above it would be needed to suggest a run at the 1.3721 intra-day high and the levels cited above. There is currently minor support at 1.3680. The intra-day low is 1.3656, suggesting 1.3650 is pivotal as well in keeping the focus on 1.37+.

London Misha 11:58 GMT January 26, 2011
Observations
Reply   
EURUSD - Possible Bullish Harami on Daily Chart. Third Close over the 50% Fib of the Nov-Jan move!
USDJPY - Black Crow on the Daily Chart.
GBPUSD - Big Key Reversal Down on the Daily Chart!
USDCHF - Three Black Crows on the Daily Chart.
EURGBP - Big Opening White Marubozo on the Daily Chart! First close over the 50% Fib of the Oct-Jan move!
EURJPY - Second consecutive Doji on the Daily Chart. Third close over the Long MA.
USDCAD - Key Reversal Up on the Daily Chart!
AUDUSD - Doji, possibly a Bullish Doji on the Daily Char

to dr unken katt 11:49 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP Resilience?

A crucial finance bill is going to the vote in the Irish Republic, with doubts over the minority government's ability to muster a majority.

Three independent members of the Dail (parliament) have not said they will back the bill, a key commitment under Ireland's international bail-out.

If the bill does not pass, the government will fall, the Irish state broadcaster RTE reports.

London SFH 11:47 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP Resilience?

Stg has weakened over the past three weeks against most crosses so cant see how it appears overbought?

to dr unken katt 11:40 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP Resilience?

yea irrational behavior

London Mick 11:40 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP Resilience?

SMS to answer your question. The same reason eurusd is not 1.25.

GVI Forex Blog 11:25 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
The euro hit a two-month high versus the dollar on Wednesday on perceptions that interest rates will rise sooner in the euro zone than in the U.S., taking out option barriers on the way and approaching key resistance.

FOREX NEWS - Euro boosted on rate view; nears key resistance

GVI Forex Blog 11:22 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
The GBP/USD popped higher following the release of the BOE minutes as it revealed a hawkish shift. BOE member Weale joined established hawk Sentance in calling for a tightening

TradeTheNews.com European Market Update: BOE reveals a hawkish shift

London SMS 11:21 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP Resilience?
Reply   
I've been itching to sell GBP since December but, aside from yesterday's brief drop, it appears to have been over bought! Can anyone explain why on earth this is happenning? It's up 5 big figs this month against the CHF albeit from a big low. So what am I missing here - why isn't cable 1.45? Is the whole market being contrary lol?

sofia kaprikorn 11:16 GMT January 26, 2011
Short EUR/USD

guess if tonight FOMC comes with hawkish language what happens to all USD Bears...

markets are driven by predators luring the little prey go the way where they could be most hurt and then...

GVI Forex john 10:59 GMT January 26, 2011
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tokyo ginko 10:35 GMT January 26, 2011
Short EUR/USD
Reply   
Sell EURUSD
Entry: 1.3710 Target: Stop:

cannot resists this level to short.

GT all

HK [email protected] 10:35 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD
Reply   
As I warned here the big players didn't want you to buy GBP/USD (some of you may have even shorted).
GBP/USD is a bull in the making by those robbers, so "What is the BUZZ" though very nice and logical view, didn't impress me too much.

In fact I suspect GBP has even a bigger potential to appreciate than EUR/USD.

THUS Follow the pair make your own analysis and GL/GT . Now take arest. BYE!!!

GVI Forex Blog 10:33 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
11:00 GMT (Global-View.com) January 26- Trade in Europe has seen a short-lived spike in the GBP following a 7 to 2 vote at the most recent BOE meeting to hold rates steady.

Daily GVI Forex Forex View- BOE Minutes Out

Gen dk 10:29 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
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GVI Forex john 10:25 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

I hope whoever wrote that option was paid a lot. When I first saw it yesterday, it seemed like a lot of risk for an extended period on a fairly narrow band from its mid-point.

GVI Forex Jay 10:15 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

Caba, good catch (you are sharper than I am this time of the moening), when I started the post the high was 1.3716. I show 1.3721 as the high now so mission accomplished to kick out that DNT barrier. The eur/usd closed at 1.3382 on Jan 18 when that option was put on.

philadelphia caba 10:12 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

have already 1.3723 high on my platform

GVI Forex Jay 10:04 GMT January 26, 2011
Tech Talk

I posted this yesterday morning on GVI Forex and the 1.3720 barrier is so far putting up a defense.

GVI Forex Jay 12:06 GMT January 25, 2011
EUR/USD DNT: Reply
A friend just sent me this and is worth noting:

There's a 1.2660-1.3720 DNT that was put on, on the 18th of January for a EUR 10 mio payout. It expires 18th april 2011.

Richland QC Mailman 09:53 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD

Ok 1 lot sold gbp/usd 1.5821 on speculation 1.5740 will be breached later.

India 09:51 GMT January 26, 2011
Eur/USD signals
Reply   
Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3620 Target: 1.3700 Stop: 1.3580

It's a mixed day for the pair and also have some important news releases slated for the day. Watch out and proceed with caution.

Buy on a dip to the 1.3620 level for 80 pips (OR)

Sell from a pullback around 1.3730 (aggressive) or 1.3790 for 60-80 pips.

You can set a SL of 40 in all cases. These signals are basically for the intra-day traders and others can exit at much earlier levels having made a profit of about 20, 40 or 60 odd pips even.

HK [email protected] 09:45 GMT January 26, 2011
What's the buzz?

All is correct, but GBP/usd wraps in it a big potential bull, with no connection to the fundamentals.

Looking complicated and lousy?
First signal of return of the bull is, let's say 10 points above today HI.
More conservative? wait for further signals.

GL/GT

Richland QC Mailman 09:42 GMT January 26, 2011
JPY

OK we are in usd/yen 82.16 stop 81.95

GVI Forex john 09:41 GMT January 26, 2011
What's the buzz?

- GBP spikes higher initially on BOE minutes as concern about inflation come to the fore.
- Subsequently (yesterday) we saw negative GDP growth in 4Q10. The initial GBP surge has abated.
- Its hard or us to imagine an aggressive BOE tightening anytime soon.

HK [email protected] 09:39 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD

Big players are signalling the smalls don't enter long GBP because they will take the meat from the table. Want to be safer wait for some time more for a clearer signal in exchange of some possible profit.

Richland QC Mailman 09:33 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD

GBP really a tough customer to deal with. Enter at your own risk.

GVI Forex john 09:33 GMT January 26, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

-- ALERT --

U.K. BOE Minutes
Policy vote 7 to 2 on interest rates.
7 steady 2 for a rate hike.
8 to 1 to maintain GBP 200 bln asset purchase program.


to dr unken katt 09:29 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD

BOE minutes in 2 min

HK [email protected] 09:25 GMT January 26, 2011
Gold may herald the next move.
Reply   
Bouncing from a critical support at about 1325, may herald a new bull market for gold, and a bearish USD.

Scrap this view once gold will break below 1300.

Did "selling" traders fell victims to bearish propaganda of some analysts? This remain to see.


Richland QC Mailman 09:23 GMT January 26, 2011
JPY

Hi DS. Before even speculating a dip towards 80 and even 74'sh, market should tackle first 82 - 81.95 which is proving to be a pivotal point and has so far held. Who is joining me in buying at current price?

Madras Neo 09:22 GMT January 26, 2011
BEfore the correction
Reply   
Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3691 Target: 1.3765 Stop: 1.3671

Expecting eu to go up massively in another couple of hrs before its correction starts taking place..GL Gt to all Cheers.. Neo

Syd 09:19 GMT January 26, 2011
Economist Roubini: Need Debt Restructure In Nearly Insolvent EMU Nations
Reply   
Economist Roubini: Need Debt Restructure In Nearly Insolvent EMU Nations
Riot Police Fire Tear Gas At Anti-government Protesters In Tunis-AFP

to dr unken katt 09:13 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD

it looks like tp 5500 on 4hr

HK [email protected] 09:09 GMT January 26, 2011
GBP/USD
Reply   
Most lousy looking currency for the moment, but an upward-Jerk of 50pips may change the whole picture.

Richland QC Mailman 09:08 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

HI folks. Could not ignore technical structure of this pair. First time to buy this pair 9440 this year and joined FM. Let us see what happened to this after 2 weeks to 1 month?

Lahore FM 08:52 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Sell AUDUSD
Entry: 0.9985 Target: Stop: 1.0030

earlier short 0.9991 was stopped for 2/3rds at entry and 1/3rd gave 75 + pips with partial close at 0.9916 yesterday.

to dr unken katt 08:48 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

euro is bangin 3700 like invisible ceiling , weekly stox at max
100%

Lahore FM 08:48 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Buy EURCHF
Entry: Target: Stop:

eurchf 4 h back on track for resumption higher.

Lahore FM 08:45 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9450 Target: 0.99 Stop: 0.9410

long here too.

Lahore FM 08:43 GMT January 26, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Sell EURUSD
Entry: 1.3688 Target: 1.3380 Stop: 1.3715 bid

sold.

Syd 08:37 GMT January 26, 2011
World Bank Official: China Should Be Alert To Property Bubble - Xinhua
Reply   
China should be cautious about the risk of a real estate bubble but the country's overall economic condition is good, World Bank Chief Economist and Senior Vice President Justin Yifu Lin said Tuesday. http://english.cri.cn/6826/2011/01/26/168s617649.htm

Syd 07:51 GMT January 26, 2011
Hayashi: Chinese Economy Suggests Yuan Can Rise By 30% Vs Dollar
Reply   
Hayashi: Chinese Economy Suggests Yuan Can Rise By 30% Vs Dollar
Hayashi: Japan Should Intervene Again If Dollar Falls Rapidly To Y79.75
Japan LDP Hayashi: Govt Must Consider Steps To Weaken Yen Further

Israel dil 07:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR/USD

between 11:00-13:00 GMT today all EUR/USD long positions with me are planned to get flat with bias and plans to turn short EUR/USD.

good trading to all and see you all later this week :-)

Syd 07:24 GMT January 26, 2011
Euro at $1.20 Mid-Year, More Volatility for AUD
Reply   
The Aussie looks good long term as a proxy for Asia, says David Mann, head of research, Americas at Standard Chartered Bank. But he is concerned that broader U.S. dollar strength in the first half could hurt the Aussie. He looks at the majors, with CNBC's Martin Soong, Karen Tso and Adam Bakhtiar.http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1766635288&play=1

German deputy finance minister Jorg Asmussen says nation will preserve debt safe haven status
Germany will do all that is necessary to preserve the status of its debt as a safe haven, a senior official pledged on Tuesday, amid investors' fears that the country's efforts to preserve the euro is polluting its own credit rating.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/8281810/German-deputy-finance-minister-Jorg-Asmussen-says-nation-will-preserve-debt-safe-haven-status.html

Israel dil 07:10 GMT January 26, 2011
USD/JPY
Reply   
Buy USDJPY
Entry: Target: 83 Stop:

now Wednesday 26-JAN-2011 07:00 GMT

the only question regarding USD/JPY to hit 83 remains, will that happen with 28-JAN-2011 or 31-JAN-2011 value date.

to dr unken katt 06:57 GMT January 26, 2011
JPY

and therefore i think euro is reversing today , seems to be contained at 3700

Syd 06:57 GMT January 26, 2011
Gold Falls to 3-Month Low as 'Hot Money' Heads for Exit
Reply   
.S. traders awoke to an interest rate hike from the Reserve Bank of India that will likely reduce physical demand for precious metal from Indian consumers and send investment away from the Indian equity market. In China, the Shanghai Interbank Offered Rate has been increasing steadily, adding to hikes in other rates there and concern that the engine of commodity growth is slowing down. But this change in sentiment didn't just happen today. For the past few weeks, the talk on proprietary trading desks and in the commodities trading pits at the New York Mercantile Exchange has been about for major hedge funds unwinding positions in gold and other commodities. That talk has been substantiated by actual trade data from the CFTC showing speculators' long positions in gold declining for the past three weeks, now at the lowest level since mid-2009.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/41257569

to dr unken katt 06:49 GMT January 26, 2011
JPY

based on my observations g/y usually leads the pack
1st reverses euro follows ,

GVI Forex Blog 06:47 GMT January 26, 2011 Reply   
China bank lending stays seasonally elevated; Obama SOTU address calls for deficit reduction and corporate tax cut

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update:USD steady pre-FOMC

Hong Kong 06:42 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
Reply   
EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

INTRA-DAY EUR/USD OUTLOOK

Last Update At 26 Jan 2011 04:28 GMT

Rate : 1.3695

Although euro has risen after meeting renewed
buying earlier at 1.3661 in Asian morning, abv o/n
NY 1.3705 high is needed to extend recent erratic
rise to 1.3730/40, near term 'loss of momentum' has
increased risk of a correction later today.

Buy on pullback for 1.3710 or sell if euro rises
to 1.3730 1st for 1.3695. Below 1.3661, 1.3630/33.

Range Forecast
1.3675 / 1.3705

Resistance/Support
R: 1.3705/1.3739/1.3786
S: 1.3661/1.3633/1.3600

http://www.acetraderfx.com

BERN DS 06:24 GMT January 26, 2011
JPY
Reply   
with the continuing dollar collapse, which NOBODY nearly here in this forum likes... (but it is a strong trend in my analysis)... the JPY will become the spotlight now or soon.... break of 8000 expected , then down to 7400 in a straight line... have fun all and good luck... thanks for all comments here, really helpful for me !

to dr unken katt 06:10 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

doctors without borders

van Gecko 05:57 GMT January 26, 2011
EURUSD~>1.26~>1.18->1

GBP flashing good February Flop form with nice warm up summersaults from 1.60.. expect more to come with double reverse head butt dives against 1.59.. EURO warming up at the 1.36 spring board.. could out dive cousin GBP should GBP continue to tease with 1.59~1.57 flops while EURGBP retreat from .86



Israel dil 05:53 GMT January 26, 2011
IMF urges region to boost funds as world economy still shaky
Reply   
"EUROPE must shore up its €440bn bailout fund to stop Ireland and Greece's sovereign debt problems spreading to other countries with devastating effects for the rest of the world's economy, the IMF said yesterday."


Europe told to curb spread of Irish, Greek debt problems

Cairo Hesham 05:51 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

I couldn't go with my wife to deliver her to her work because of the demonstrations here. She is a doctor working in a hospital. Who will take care about the sick people here?

Cairo Hesham 05:43 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

To HF-: U r kidding and the protests here are killing people. We are now without president. There is no available man can help Egypt. Islamic groups like Islamic brotherhood will jump on the chair and make a lot of troubles to Egypt.

Thank u Dil: Pray for us

Syd 05:36 GMT January 26, 2011
Anger of protesters in Cairo 'surprised police'
Reply   
Police in Cairo have been using tear gas and water cannon to try to quell rare anti-government protests.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12282493

Israel dil 05:35 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

take care Hesham, I can understand your fear for yourself, family and friends. after being roughly 30 years in political power, it is obvious that corruption and misuse of powers will come on the surface during tough economical times and popular forces to demand the heads of those running the country. Hesham, look back into the welcome ceremonies to extreme Islam clerics in Tehran then and the stand of the Iranian nation now. stay our good neighbors and don't turn into an enemy again. take care guys and may peace and harmony to rule Egypt.

HK [email protected] 05:34 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

Suzanne Mubarak of Egypt has fled to Heathrow airport in London: unconfirmed reports


Non sense!!! She just went for some shopping, will be back soon after spending peoples money.

Syd 05:30 GMT January 26, 2011
Bank losses could be 'larger' than expected
Reply   
LOAN LOSSES at the banks may be “a little larger” than was expected under the new regulator’s first round of stress tests last year, governor of the Central Bank, Patrick Honohan, has said.
LINK

Independent TDs demand changes to Finance Bill for support
THE FATE of the Finance Bill rests in the hands of three Independents who have threatened to withdraw their support for the Government unless the legislation is changed.
LINK

Cairo Hesham 05:08 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

Read this article about the situation here in Egypt: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/104960/20110125/suzanne-mubarak-of-egypt-has-fled-to-heathrow-airport-in-london-unconfirmed-reports.htm

Please pray for us to overcome that terrible violation.

Cairo Hesham 05:02 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

sorry (dangerous)

Cairo Hesham 04:54 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim

yes. But I don't want to be the next to Tunisia. The situation here is very danger now. We can't go to streets

Syd 04:00 GMT January 26, 2011
Will Tunisia Be The First Domino? - Anwar Ibrahim
Reply   
Tunisians earlier this month forced their president out of office, marking the first popular revolution in an Arab country in modern history. The swiftness with which it came about should send a clear message to other autocracies and dictatorships in the Muslim world.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405274870355580457610234
3246718046.html?mod=googlenews_wsj

Syd 03:53 GMT January 26, 2011
INTERVIEW: Fitch Ratings Keeps New Zealand Downgrade On The Table
Reply   
Fitch sovereign analyst Andrew Colquhoun said the measures would tend to boost domestic savings and help the rebalancing of the economy and narrow the current account deficit. However, he said Fitch would need time to see if these policies have an impact.

"Without clear evidence of a rebalancing, we remain more likely than not to downgrade the rating within our usual outlook horizon over the next 18 months or so," he said in a email to Dow Jones Newswires.

Fitch has a negative outlook on its AA+ foreign currency long-term rating credit rating on New Zealand

Rexburg Stubbs 03:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

1.3685 sell short, sleep and awaken to a lovely decline.

Hong Kong 03:35 GMT January 26, 2011
AUD/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
Reply   
AUDUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

INTRADAY TRADING SIGNAL BY ACETRADER.COM: AUD/USD

AUD/USD : 0.9975

Last Update At 26 Jan 2011 02:30 GMT

As aud has risen again after finding renewed buy
ing at 0.9944, suggesting consolidation with upside
bias is seen for a re-test of 0.9981/93 res area,
however, break is needed to signal pullback fm 1.00
23 has indeed ended y'day at 0.9888, 1.0023.

Buy on dips with stop as indicated, below wud
prolong choppy trading n risk 0.9888.

Range Forecast
0.9950 / 0.9990

Resistance/Support
R: 0.9993/1.0023/1.0077
S: 0.9944/0.9888/0.9864

http://www.acetraderfx.com

Richland QC Mailman 03:22 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Looks like there is something about 1.3700 which can be crucial to euro fanatics and can be pivotal intraday.

Rexburg Stubbs 03:19 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I'm to say here comes The Brack Obama inspired Maria Barteloni news about the Wed eur selloff.

dc CB 02:23 GMT January 26, 2011
Financial Crisis Was Avoidable, Inquiry Finds
Reply   
By SEWELL CHAN
Published: January 25, 2011

WASHINGTON — The 2008 financial crisis was an “avoidable” disaster caused by widespread failures in government regulation, corporate mismanagement and heedless risk-taking by Wall Street, according to the conclusions of a federal inquiry.

The commission that investigated the crisis casts a wide net of blame, faulting two administrations, the Federal Reserve and other regulators for permitting a calamitous concoction: shoddy mortgage lending, the excessive packaging and sale of loans to investors and risky bets on securities backed by the loans.

“The greatest tragedy would be to accept the refrain that no one could have seen this coming and thus nothing could have been done,” the panel wrote in the report’s conclusions, which were read by The New York Times. “If we accept this notion, it will happen again.”.........................................................

The majority report finds fault with two Fed chairmen: Alan Greenspan, who led the central bank as the housing bubble expanded, and his successor, Ben S. Bernanke, who did not foresee the crisis but played a crucial role in the response. It criticizes Mr. Greenspan for advocating deregulation and cites a “pivotal failure to stem the flow of toxic mortgages” under his leadership as a “prime example” of negligence.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/26/business/economy/26inquiry.html?_r=1&ref=business


philadelphia caba 02:22 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

watching Flyers - Canadiens is more entertaining

SF WM 01:52 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Does anyone expect Obama's State of the Union speech to be a market event?

Hong Kong 01:00 GMT January 26, 2011
Daily FX Market Outlook by AceTrader-26-1-2011
Reply   
Market Review - 25/01/2011 23:04 GMT

Sterling tumbles after a shock contraction in the UK economy

The British pound tumbled from Asian high of 1.6018 to 1.5750 after the release of much weaker-than-expected U.K. Q4 GDP data which came in at -0.5% q/q n 1.7% y/y versus the economists' forecast of 0.5% and 2.6% respectively, adding speculation that Britain could be entering a double-dip recession. British finance minister George Osborne said that the government would not change its austerity programme despite a shock contraction in the economy in the last quarter of 2010 which was driven by arctic weather in December. The British pound nose-dived from Asian high of 1.6018 to as low as 1.5750 after the data before recovering.

The single currency rose to 1.3688 in European morning and then retreated to an intra-day low of 1.3573 on profit-taking together with the selloff in cable after oversubscribed eurozone rescue fund's first debt offer. However, buying interest then lifted price and the single currency rose above 1.3700 to a fresh 2-month high of 1.3705 ahead of NY closing.

The European Financial Stability Facility's (EFSF) 5 billion euro offer was nine times oversubscribed, partly on Asian demand which included the Japanese government buying up over 20%. The order book for the issue closed with bids valued at 43 billion euros. High demand is likely to suggest confidence in the mechanism and in the whole euro system.

The greenback traded narrowly against the Japanese yen in Asia and European morning. Although dollar once rose to 82.67 after the release of better-than-expected U.S. consumer confidence (which came in at 60.6, the highest level for 8 months since May), the price sank to 81.97 due to the fall in U.S. Treasury yield as a report showed that U.S. President Obama would propose a budget freeze on non-security discretionary spending and dollar then staged a recovery on short-covering in NY afternoon.

The U.S. currency fell from 0.9523 to 0.9405 against the Swiss franc due to active cross buying in the Swiss franc as euro tumbled against the Swiss franc from 1.2985 to 1.2827. Australia Q4 CPI came out at 0.4% Q/Q versus economists' forecast of 0.8% and the previous reading of 0.7% while Australia Q4 core CPI at a decade low of 0.3%. The data strongly suggests the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) would keep its cash rates unchanged at 4.75% at February policy meeting next Tuesday, particularly as the 'Huge' impact of the Queensland floods. Australian dollar weakened to 0.9927 after the release of lower-than-expected inflation data and then rebounded briefly to 0.9993 before falling again to as low as 0.9888 on dollar's strength in European session.

The Canadian core CPI were -0.3% m/m and 1.5% y/y in December respectively, against consensus forecasts of -0.1% m/m and 1.6% y/y. The annual core inflation edged slightly higher fm Nov's 1.4% due to higher gasoline prices. U.S. currency rebounded against Canadian dollar fm 0.9912 to 1.0005 after the release of lower-than-expected Canada's inflation data.

Wednesday will see the release of Japan CSPI and BoJ monthly economic report, German import price index, UK's BOE minutes, and US new home sales and Fed rate decision.

http://www.acetraderfx.com

HK [email protected] 00:50 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Phoenix Sun 00:47 GMT January 26, 2011

For the time being yes, but this may not happen over night.

Phoenix Sun 00:47 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

RF are yiou still targeting 1.39?

HK [email protected] 00:44 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR



Gallop gallop dear horssy.

All time I have enough hay to feed you, and dummy bullets to shoot from knee level we can ride on and on.

With loyal PURKY at my back, we shall ride into the sunset.
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rexburg Stubbs 00:30 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I'm to say that after the USD has a strong day, sadly, Maria Barteloni will credit the Barack Obama.

Ayr Kaddy 00:29 GMT January 26, 2011
Query
Reply   
Sell AUDUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:


Is the H/S on the 4hr chart of any significance ?

Rexburg Stubbs 00:24 GMT January 26, 2011
Mohamed ElBaradei on Democracy in Egypt

Livingston nh 00:20 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm to say yes this is troubling for EUR. However, I think you mean North Africa to Europia is like Canadia (not Mexico) is to the US of A

Rexburg Stubbs 00:21 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

Phoenix Sun 00:17 GMT January 26, 2011

I'm to say yes. My charts of history do not show the future as well so I use different ideas. Maybe it is free pips for all, however, Wed is a sell sell sell and Tuesday was only a sell on rallie so I hope this is wrong and we both get more wealthy at same time

Livingston nh 00:20 GMT January 26, 2011
Mohamed ElBaradei on Democracy in Egypt

North African Unrest could be another problem for the EUR folks (especially Sarkozy) - North Africa is to the EU what Mexico is to the US

Livingston nh 00:17 GMT January 26, 2011
Mohamed ElBaradei on Democracy in Egypt

RF - good point - I'll add that to his list of screw-ups (Iraq is working out pretty well or Lebanon or ...) / the Evil that men do lives on

Phoenix Sun 00:17 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

You must be looking at a different chart than me. You sell
rallies. I buy dips, Maybe we both can make money.

Rexburg Stubbs 00:10 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

I'm to say you buy it Phoenix Sun, but I sell it.
Friday was up and we traded it up and were scolded for it.
Tuesday we called it sell on rallie and it fell hard after every rally. Now for Wed it is ready to simply fall then continue to fall. But, if it is easier for you to buy here, then buy it.

Phoenix Sun 00:06 GMT January 26, 2011
EUR

It has been alot easier to buy the euro than to fight it.

 




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