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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    This is a great break down of this complex number. It came in lower than expected, but could be another piece of supporting evidence for further quantitative easing? With Operation Twist expiring at end of December, QE IV is around the corner that may be dollar negative/Euro positive. Just my 2 pips worth-What do you all think?
    Yup - I agree on the long term view - I strongly believe that FED will boost with more QE - yet I would probably not buy right now. We had to two occasions to go long in line with the trend today. Next time will probably not end in a proft

    So tomorrow as long as we trade above 1.3020 or 1.2950 for slightly long term can be a good idea to go long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buggypilot View Post
    Greg, I think the Euro has some upside left. It has not finished it's longer term up-wave Ichimoku cycle in my view.
    cool - which is level should we expect limit the Euro according to Ichimoku?
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    Quote Originally Posted by buggypilot View Post
    Greg, I think the Euro has some upside left. It has not finished it's longer term up-wave Ichimoku cycle in my view.
    You seem to be right BP, Euro shrugging off negative US news but the Euro, at 95 pips for the day, is over its average daily range of 81 pips. Some profit taking could result to allow the overbought condition to be alleviated.
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    Last week I opened 1st short @ 1.2895 (leverage 1.5%) and today 2nd sell position will be triggered @ SELL STOP 1.3013 (leverage 1.5%). First soft target @ 1.2813 and 2nd profit target @ 1.2610. Good luck to all fellow traders (intra,swing,positioners) . The above analysis is Positioning with a time period 1-3 months and with final target till end of june 2013 @ 1.2050. Good luck again and congrats to all traders for their successful posts/trades.

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    Closed my positions with - 18 and Long closer the highs with stops at 1.3062. BIAS still bullish.
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    euro short at 1,3074

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    [QUOTE=fx calculator;1454599]euro short at 1,3074

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    Good call FX, waitin all day for the right moment, GL

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedrunner View Post
    Last week I opened 1st short @ 1.2895 (leverage 1.5%) and today 2nd sell position will be triggered @ SELL STOP 1.3013 (leverage 1.5%). First soft target @ 1.2813 and 2nd profit target @ 1.2610. Good luck to all fellow traders (intra,swing,positioners) . The above analysis is Positioning with a time period 1-3 months and with final target till end of june 2013 @ 1.2050. Good luck again and congrats to all traders for their successful posts/trades.
    Hello speedrunner! You sound like a real Euro-BEAR. Could you share a chart of what you are seeing? (I am a closet bear myself) But from what I see in the short-term and the leverage i use, I'd be a bear rug

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    EU daily that I am looking at, first one is from the 2008 high, second is the current consolidation area.
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    Hello Gregory.
    I use my own tech analysis based on candle formations and nothing else. Not the classical candlesticks as invented by Sakata.
    Anyway its not easy to attach any charts since i dont know how too. In any case the sell order @ 1.2895 is based on a 4hour chart candle and today's 1.3013 is a sell signal based on daily chart candles. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedrunner View Post
    Hello Gregory.
    I use my own tech analysis based on candle formations and nothing else. Not the classical candlesticks as invented by Sakata.
    Anyway its not easy to attach any charts since i dont know how too. In any case the sell order @ 1.2895 is based on a 4hour chart candle and today's 1.3013 is a sell signal based on daily chart candles. Thank you.
    My positioning is similar as you good luck!

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    EU is being distributed so far....they are kicking out all weak shorts.
    Hard to tell where/when they will stop pumping the pair, but soon it'll fall down like a rock.

    Some demand zone such as 1.3010-1.2985-1.2955 has to be tested anyway.
    Daily is near 1.2800-30.
    I can't wait for the plunge.

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    The general feeling that I get reading these posts is that short term the majority of people here are short EUR.

    Either we are in an over bought condition and need some correction, or the market will turn short....

    Either case, a minimum correction of about 40-50 pips towards 1.302 region seems to be the next target.

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    Is only my opionion, but, Euro-zone only begin to solve his problem. Next step to speed up economy is take euro weak to improve export...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali_l View Post
    is that possible the fiscal cliff issue can be used as acold water for short time
    That is a possibility. It really depends on what you read. The US falling over the fiscal cliff could cause dollar to rally as investors move to safety. On the other hand, Europe seems to have dealt with there structural problems and the risks in Europe have greatly diminished compared to this time last year. As being the "least dirty shirt" in the basket, Euro may be favored over the US Dollar if US goes over "cliff".
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