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    Quote Originally Posted by FXTA View Post
    my current views on the EUR/USD
    Thanks FXTA, good video.

    I agree with the upside potential but I think it could be from lower. I have a buy order in at 3055 and for now a scalp short from 3065. GL

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    EU corrected nicely up to 80% from the high on 5 Dec to low of 7 Dec, would it be the end of wave 2? The trend seems moving down now, but the momentum is so slow and who knows there could be another test to match the previous top at 1.3120 or even reaching 1.3170. I opened a small short with tight stop loss because I am not too convinced about the downward move, GL.
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    Hi Greg,

    Gonna try and catch your webinars tomorrow, need to get back on Euro time for good trading I think

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    still short at 1.2994 (hedged from 1.3008 to 1.3073). Shorted another lot at 1.3075. Sleeping with one eye open tonight, not very confident about the shorts especially after fxta's video and also looking back at the 8hr and daily. If there is break of 1.31 in early London session, I will close and go long.

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    I said last week that the EU is now a sell on rallies for me, but be careful as it has room for more rallies. As long as your MM is right, you should be fine with a bit of patience. I am cautiously long GOLD, on the post-FOMC fall, can't work out how this is going to turn out yet but correlations are all over the place, aren't they? Gold seems to be forming a bullish pennant on the daily chart. EU could reach 1.3140/60 and still be bearish to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andie View Post
    still short at 1.2994 (hedged from 1.3008 to 1.3073). Shorted another lot at 1.3075. Sleeping with one eye open tonight, not very confident about the shorts especially after fxta's video and also looking back at the 8hr and daily. If there is break of 1.31 in early London session, I will close and go long.
    Im still looking at the charts right now, finding different views and scenarios that can play out, The price action does look bullish but i will say that if you have shorts in play or for anyone else holding shorts, 1.3120-30 range may save the day for bears, i will post a chart of my bearish scenario in a min.
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    Thats true but Thursday are normally trend setters for me, so unless it peaks by the London open and then reverse, then I would be comfortable. If it peaks mid London session then it is possible trend is up through to next Tue-Wed.

    Quote Originally Posted by melbgirl View Post
    I said last week that the EU is now a sell on rallies for me, but be careful as it has room for more rallies. As long as your MM is right, you should be fine with a bit of patience. I am cautiously long GOLD, on the post-FOMC fall, can't work out how this is going to turn out yet but correlations are all over the place, aren't they? Gold seems to be forming a bullish pennant on the daily chart. EU could reach 1.3140/60 and still be bearish to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FXTA View Post
    Andie, Im still looking at the charts right now, finding different views and scenarios that can play out, The price action does look bullish but i will say that if you have shorts in play or for anyone else holding shorts, 1.3120-30 range may save the day for bears, i will post a chart of my bearish scenario in a min.
    Here is the chart im talking about Andie... The chart picture looks small on my screen so for a bigger view you can right click the pic and select "view image"... I meant "Range bound" in the pic.
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    Yes, in which case gold should be a good hedge. Also I think I'll give USD/CHF another chance maybe finally it will close that gap at 0.9183.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andie View Post
    Thats true but Thursday are normally trend setters for me, so unless it peaks by the London open and then reverse, then I would be comfortable. If it peaks mid London session then it is possible trend is up through to next Tue-Wed.
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    out of long since yesterday at 1,3080
    depend on how it goes today but I would rather wait for tomorrow to play the short side on the classic friday combo take profit/reversal for next week
    not expecting a real sale off anyway as volatily and volume at end of year are usually not there for this
    plus I expect the big boys to continue riding that low volume to keep risky assets high and have good end of the year numbers in their books.

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    I think EU, EJ and UJ trying to make a double top to match the previous highs at 1.3120, 110 and 84 respectively. I will probably enter short if UJ reach 8400-8420 level.
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