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    Hi all is DAX about to breakdown in lower time frames? in correlation with eur/dollar...
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    EURUSD 30.11.12 - long setup

    if we drop a bit from the current ~ 13000 i believe the place to buy is between 12956-67 (T5, T8 on the 15m chart below), rising through the day about 1-2 points per hour. target would still be the 13053 sell level as mentioned before:

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    Bulls vs. Bears: The Spread Betting Morning Update November 30 - 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andie View Post
    I use the dailyfx power chart. I will try a little later and see what happens.
    I see your problem, Print screen works but is messy.

    Unles you are using a mac or have acess issues i would get an fxcm demo will give you markettscope which is a nice platform for charts and as long as you get them up before you disconnect you can work offline with them.
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    Bulls vs. Bears: The Spread Betting Morning Update November 30 - 2012


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    Quote Originally Posted by pc not View Post
    I see your problem, Print screen works but is messy.

    Unles you are using a mac or have acess issues i would get an fxcm demo will give you markettscope which is a nice platform for charts and as long as you get them up before you disconnect you can work offline with them.
    That was the online thing I didn't like with fxcm was the downtime when market was closed. But these past weeks its only been down for maint for about 8 hours or less. So on Saturday it works great.

    For me I use FXCM to do my trades since that's where my live money is and I use Td ameritrade charts to help make sure the trade is good. (only reason I use my td ameritrade account is they have a lot of plug ins and fxcm import plug ins is confusing to me)

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    My two charts to confirm what I do.. Just an example of the 30 min charts for fxcm and TD. I use TD to do a quick look at the trend of the market.

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    oops wrong chart.

    It looks like the Eur/USD will be going sideways .

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    SSI snapshot: Retail trading crowds remain heavily long $USDOLLAR across the board. http://t.co/eTfqmPcY


    What that means? Should I look to short euro/usd or long according to this?

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    US Personal Income for Oct. unchanged at 0.4%, US Spending Down -0.2% Oct.

    US Personal Income for Oct. unchanged at 0.4%, US Spending Down -0.2% Oct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by investrookie View Post
    That was the online thing I didn't like with fxcm was the downtime when market was closed. But these past weeks its only been down for maint for about 8 hours or less. So on Saturday it works great.

    For me I use FXCM to do my trades since that's where my live money is and I use Td ameritrade charts to help make sure the trade is good. (only reason I use my td ameritrade account is they have a lot of plug ins and fxcm import plug ins is confusing to me)
    The down time varies i use a little trick for this i set the charts i want to use open at long time frames and leave the system up as the markett runs through close then unless i have an issue i have them untill the system comes up again.

    There are some good how to import plugin instructions if you ask through the chat function and here

    http://www.dailyfx.com/forex/educati...TS.html?view=m

    Their archive really needs indexing better as the search function is to narrow unless you know exactly what you want to find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pc not View Post
    The down time varies i use a little trick for this i set the charts i want to use open at long time frames and leave the system up as the markett runs through close then unless i have an issue i have them untill the system comes up again.

    There are some good how to import plugin instructions if you ask through the chat function and here

    http://www.dailyfx.com/forex/educati...TS.html?view=m

    Their archive really needs indexing better as the search function is to narrow unless you know exactly what you want to find.


    Nice - thank you for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khiit View Post
    SSI snapshot: Retail trading crowds remain heavily long $USDOLLAR across the board. http://t.co/eTfqmPcY


    What that means? Should I look to short euro/usd or long according to this?
    You should look to go short the USD - i.e. buy EUR/USD and GBP/USD - yet its not so much help if scalping.

    If we look at the charts when the histogram is negative the EUR/USD moves higher yet it has little influence over the very short term so if scalping and not looking for moves bigger than 30 pips then it does not matter.




    A setup one can play with the SSI would be to go long in line with the 4 hour trend - i.e. bullish as long we trade above 1.2880 low - we just need to wait for price to trade lower to get a good risk reward ratio.

    To get better results but less trade opportunities one can use the bullish trend in the 24 hr time frame. If we look at the chart above price dropped from about 1.31 to 1.2850 - without the SSI changing its bullish bias - it only went from -2.3 to -1.4 - yet the move from 1.31 to 1.2850 was a bit special as the market rallied from 1.2250 area to 1.31 - SSI was bullish trough out this move - which is good.

    In the chart below you also see today's S2 level of the pivot point level - we should not really trade under this level - so for this you can use the SSI.

    EUR/USD 4hr
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