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    Breaking from Italy

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    DailyFX+ Speculative Sentiment Update for 3/28/2013

    EURUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the EURUSD stands at 1.30 as 56% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was 1.63; 62% of open positions were long. Long positions are 11.0% lower than yesterday and 7.6% above levels seen last week. Short positions are 12.2% higher than yesterday and 9.9% below levels seen last week. Open interest is 2.2% lower than yesterday and 3.2% above its monthly average. We use our SSI as a contrarian indicator to price action, and the fact that the majority of traders are long gives signal that the EURUSD may continue lower. The trading crowd has grown less net-long from yesterday but further long since last week. The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives a further mixed trading bias.

    Currently, if positioning were at more extreme levels SSI would be more effective. Levels at are either greater than 2 or less than -2 provide the best signals

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    London session review and outlook March 28 - 2013
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    so boring and choppy today...killing my time

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    4hrs lol...
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    We're the ones in a hurry ... nsync with it

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    Smile Euro rises on short-covering and quarter-end positioning: March 29, 2013

    Market Review - 28/03/2013 22:49GMT

    Euro rises on short-covering and quarter-end positioning

    The euro pared recent losses and rose against the dollar on Thursday on short-covering and month- and quarter-end positioning.

    Earlier in Asia, although the single currency traded with a steady tone and recovered to 1.2815 in early European morning, price dropped briefly but sharply to 1.2755 after release of poor Germany unemployment data. However, failure to penetrate yesterday's 4-month low at 1.2750 triggered broad-based short covering and euro rallied to session high at 1.2845 in New York morning before retreating, euro traded around 1.2816 near New York close.

    Germany unemployment change came in worse-than-expected at 13K vs forecasts of -4K.

    The British pound strengthened to 1.5150 in Asian morning before rising further to 1.5176 in European morning, however, price dropped briefly but sharply to an intra-day low at 1.5112 on active cross-selling of sterling versus euro (eur/gbp rose from 0.8416 to 0.8476). Later, cable pared intra-day losses and rallied in tandem with euro to session high at 1.5201 in New York morning, due partly to the rise in U.S. equities, price maintaied a firm undertone and traded around 1.5193 near New York close.

    Versus the Japanese yen, the greenback came under selling pressure in Asian morning and dropped below Wednesday's 94.02 low to 93.98. Despite a brief rebound to 94.26 in European morning, dollar met renewed selling there and fell to session low at 96.88. Later, price pared intra-day losses and recovered to 94.39 on cross-selling in yen, however, dollar's broad-based weakness in New York morning due to the rise in U.S. weekly jobless claims pressured the pair to 93.96, however, dollar ratcheted higher in New York afternoon.

    In other news, Italy economy minister Vittorio Grilli said ' govt believes that even with revision of deficit targets can emerge fm excessive deficit procedure; will monitor budget to ensure deficit remains within 3%/GDP EU limit.' EU commission said 'imposing capital controls in Cyprus justified, in the public interest¡F restrictive measures to remain in force for seven days; wil monitor need to revise or extend capital control measures for Cyprus.'

    On the data front, U.S. jobless claims rose to 357K from 332K previously, U.S. annualised GDP Q4 came in at 0.4% vs forecasts of 0.5% and previous reading of 0.1%. Chicago PMI was reported at 52.4, lower than expectations of 56.2.

    Data to be released on Friday:

    Japan's National CPI, Tokyo CPI and industrial production; U.S. personal income, PCE and University of Michigan consumer confidence.

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    is 2975 to be reached in the thinly traded markets?

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    goodmorning all...i would ''guess'' that some fall might be starting ...
    Market is never slow ...
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    Just wanted to point out a posting (2 actually) that I placed on the E/J thread here http://forexforums.dailyfx.com/gbp-j...ml#post1566905

    I did some research on long term plays and came up with what appears to be a good trend.
    Wanted people to see it because it may help them.
    Fast and furious=crash and burn.
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    Close month :)

    Something was change! This year I change my method and change my head, results are arrived

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    Eu will close march under my line 2875, more bears days on the horizon

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    Swiftcoin, Safer Than Cash

    Swiftcoin, Safer Than Cash

    Postby pipthom » Fri Mar 29, 2013 7:38 pm
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    Weird, whenever I open up this specific thread, I kept getting logged in as Spyros(or someone?). Anyone else experience this or is it just me :/

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    There is only one thing that is safer than cash? Swiftcoin. If you haven't heard of it then you need to watch this video to get ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by didoda View Post
    Something was change! This year I change my method and change my head, results are arrived

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    Eu will close march under my line 2875, more bears days on the horizon
    congrats on the nice pips made! i like your analyses, keep up the good work

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    EUR/USD

    EUR/USD could be looking to carve a longer term bottom over the weeks and months ahead....

    Long term fibonacci support is at 1.2638, watch for the market to carve a bottom near that level or a bit lower....

    If we're going to get another rally back toward long term fibonacci resistance at 1.4558 watch for the 1.2638 area to hold as support month over month....

    I will be keeping an eye on this.... There could be a big long opportunity coming up in the not too distant future....

    The market has been quite content to swing back and forth between these two levels for years....

    I will look for that long term range to hold, and will be looking to establish longs with further confirmation of a bottom...

    For now bears are running the show and will take price lower before a bottom can materialize...




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