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    Theory says that if it hangs at R2 for too long its time to short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by investrookie View Post
    Theory says that if it hangs at R2 for too long its time to short.
    The euro makes it's own rule's, and change's them whenever it feel's like it.
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    every thing said is right, but if fails to cut new high for 30min, for sure it will give you some pips
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    The euro makes it's own rule's, and change's them whenever it feel's like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali_l View Post
    every thing said is right, but if fails to cut new high for 30min, for sure it will give you some pips
    Sometimes it might be time to turn our back on the EUR and look for better markets out there e.g Ger30, USoil and the S&P500. trending quite well today.

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    Good job all talk to you all tomorrow I am done for the day with wins!!

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    16 pips from this mornings low - another opportunity to trade the long side - I am bullish above 1.3020 - a move under this level and we will most likely trade to 1.2975 - we are 10 min away from this months ISM report.

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    We should hopefully just go straight up but can easily do something like this because of the ISM report

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    Waiting for strong shorts at 1.3057 stop at HOD. GL
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    Caution: The ISM report was weak and should not boost the EUR/USD or the S&P500.

    Most subcomponents are weak. Look at inventories, new orders and new exports orders.


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    was expecting a negative reaction from euro after this data.. nice shield

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    Ok, price could go throw 1.3060 but I'm STRONLGY short at 1.3048 with stops at 1.3076 and primarly target 1.3000. Good Luck!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alejandro Zambrano View Post
    Caution: The ISM report was weak and should not boost the EUR/USD or the S&P500.

    Most subcomponents are weak. Look at inventories, new orders and new exports orders.


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    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?
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    Quote Originally Posted by akq0 View Post
    was expecting a negative reaction from euro after this data.. nice shield
    Same here - we are now seeing EUR/USD and SP500 diverge - I would rather trust the SP500 traders going short than the EUR/USD traders going long.

    To support EUR/USD long is the German Bund - Strong sell off - which support a stronger EUR/USD.

    Who is going to come out of this alive? I have not clue but I know that as long as we trade above 1.3020 then the short term EUR/USD will be bullish.
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    Greg, I think the Euro has some upside left. It has not finished it's longer term up-wave Ichimoku cycle in my view.
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    is that possible the fiscal cliff issue can be used as acold water for short time
    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?

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