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    Very interesting moment....I'll see a possibility for a big drop down for eu, only a possibility....graph tomorrow ...

    ps: only if 1.30 hold

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    Somebody in the US more news of this ?

    The U.S. Senate is back in session to discuss the fiscalcliff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joke View Post
    Somebody in the US more news of this ?

    The U.S. Senate is back in session to discuss the fiscalcliff
    Senate have been sitting for about an hour, congress is back tomorrow, for what it is worth

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    Quote Originally Posted by scalping fool View Post
    Senate have been sitting for about an hour, congress is back tomorrow, for what it is worth
    @Scalp, thanks for answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scalping fool View Post
    Senate have been sitting for about an hour, congress is back tomorrow, for what it is worth
    I can tell you this, it won't just go away (the fiscal cliff that is). There is only one way they can go and that is AUSTERITY and we all know AUSTERITY=RECESSION. The US has had a great run in many ways despite high unemployment and a flat housing market but this will not last into 2013 the dreaded AUSTERITY is inevitable the only question is, can the bulls keep the stocks going up until Xmas? o.k. it's only my view I know but really how else can they solve the US debt problem and keep the tax cuts it's one or the other unless you suddenly get a great jump in GDP.

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    could this be it!!??


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    ex support acting as a resistance now...we're in tricky times...
    Market is never slow ...
    We're the ones in a hurry ... nsync with it

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    techs aside, i dont know whats keeping this puppy up, this ECB fin min meeting is ridiculous, so much positive comments this morning and the freakin meeting aint over yet, what do you think they're going to say=no deal yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolas View Post
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    ex support acting as a resistance now...we're in tricky times...
    marvelous - cheers
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    Still long 1.2961
    Volume is the soul of price.


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    We're having cummulative higher lows that means that protraders are buying all the sell markets orders from the 95% of traders... Waiting the up-move
    Volume is the soul of price.


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    or.....



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    thanx mate..

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    marvelous - cheers
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    yeap that too

    very complicated at the moment...it's just that some temporary relief for the dollar in some pairs could take eur a bit lower before up...
    lets see...flat at the moment just a small long position at swissy with 10 pips SL...GL

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolas View Post
    yeap that too

    very complicated at the moment...it's just that some temporary relief for the dollar in some pairs could take eur a bit lower before up...
    lets see...flat at the moment just a small long position at swissy with 10 pips SL...GL
    yep - not much fun at all - i'm long from 12959 with st now at BE and tp at 13020

    so turning off computer now - eyes and brain hurting
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