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    3w on its way...
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    We're the ones in a hurry ... nsync with it

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    EUR/USD Daily and Long term view of the S&P 500 wedge

    I am currently still bullish Euro however the MACD is potentially warning me to stay away from longs for the time being. As we approach a higher move up MACD is still making a lower high then previous. The trend line i have drawn up comes in around 1.3400 range and i will attempt a short in that area for either a strong down move or a decent pullback to this uptrend (assuming we reach this level). As I have stated before, I look at yearly pivot levels and with the new year around the corner, new levels to be drawn up so have to take that into account here and be patient. An additional chart of a monthly S&P 500 chart shows S&P getting squeezed with the MACD leveling off and not making higher highs so thats an interesting chart. GL to all into 2013. Trade safe, patiently and profitable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fx(MIA) View Post
    lets make that money.....question is how far will it go?
    Hi FX, whats your target

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    Long, target 1.337 by tomorrows close

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    wow watching this ex res in the 4 hrs now support try to hold...cashed half of my position...GL
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    London session Chart Outlook December 27 - 2012 with Greg McLeod

    London session review and outlook December 27 - 2012 with Greg McLeod

    Review of markets covered in today's edition of Bulls vs. Bears: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, FTSE100, S&P500, Gold, Brent Crude and WTI.

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    London session review and outlook December 27 - 2012 with Greg McLeod

    London session review and outlook December 27 - 2012 with Greg McLeod

    Review of markets covered in today's edition of Bulls vs. Bears: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, FTSE100, S&P500, Gold, Brent Crude and WTI.

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    Look for a turn

    I'm also long with SL at 1.3236.
    I'm going to look for a turn this evening or tomorrow morning.
    Targets are 1.3284/1.3300/1.3310

    The turn could be heavy

    Good luck everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joke View Post
    I'm also long with SL at 1.3236.
    I'm going to look for a turn this evening or tomorrow morning.
    Targets are 1.3284/1.3300/1.3310

    The turn could be heavy

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    Quote Originally Posted by scalping fool View Post
    20 day ATR achieved, 82 pips.
    Good works SF! A good way to celebrate Boxing Day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Rich View Post
    Remember I told you a couple of days ago that the EURO was strong.

    In trading you never listen to opinion but rather watch what’s going on. Is this the start of something bigger in the first part of next year for the EURO?

    That big stall we had in the US session before Christmas due to Fiscal Cliff negotiations breaking down has started interesting moves.

    The US Dollar has suddenly strengthened and is holding. Underneath the EURO is still strong against weaker currencies but for the moment the US Dollar is king.

    So Whilst EURJPY is moving up, USDJPY is flying. Whilst EURAUD is moving up AUDUSD is falling hard.

    So for the moment I’d be more interested in USDJPY rather than EURJPY.

    If all of this is a reaction to the Fiscal Cliff then it’s safe to assume that nothing will get done over the Christmas period so the US Dollar could continue its strength and I’d look to trade it against weaker currencies.

    If they sort out the Fiscal Cliff and the US Dollar weakness then I’d switch back to the EURO against the weaker currencies.

    I spent all day Christmas day with my family. I spent half of Boxing Day with my extended family yet I still managed to follow and trade the markets. I just fitted it in and around my life style for those 2 days. All the time managing positions with stops based what was going on intraday when I could check my screens.

    Anyone can do that during their normal working life.

    The EURUSD wants to move up because the EURO is strong but the weak S&P futures keeps holding it back by strengthening the US Dollar. That’s its big problem at the moment. That’s why its lagging other EURO crosses.

    This is how I played the strong Euro.

    Thanks for sharing, Alan! Nice trades keeping it all in the family; Euro family that is!
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    Out of longs Short plays Now

    The pair has reached a decission point and I think the answer is short. I believe we will heear that some deal is in the making and that It will be promising. looking for turbulance around 1.3250 but all in all short is the play. Mid term play maybe a week or so target area 1.3050
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    expecting to challenge 33ish to cashout the other half of my position, still long at 3220
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    Weekly Jobless Claims Ending 12/12 fall 12,000 to 350,000

    4-week moving average falls to lowest level since 2008 Continuing Claims (week ending 12/15) 3.206M vs. 3.238M Prior Week.

    Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke had announced that the US interest rates would remain low until 6.5% unemployment rate is reached. With the improving jobs number, interest rates and the dollar could go up sooner than later. Look for this as a possible reason to take profits on "Risk On" rally.
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    USDCHF 60-Minute Chart: Higher Low Could Indicate Rebound

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    Greg look"s like early stages of something bigger hopefully tidal wave 3 wax them surf broads up and hang on lol
    USDCHF 60-Minute Chart: Higher Low Could Indicate Rebound- After that tidal wave move down, look for a rebound!
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