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    I like this 2 hrs chart and i can imagine what to expect if we close higher to T3 on 2 hrs.

    not a single 2 hrs candle closing above it. so if we can close above it, u would know what to expect.. 4582-93 pops on that game play then..

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    4467-70 followed by 4506 followed by 4544 followed by 4574.....

    GL..
    Last edited by stryker; 08-24-2011 at 05:53 AM.
    Patience is virtue. The sooner we learn this all, sooner we can start walking to the bank. Good Luck to all of us—
    The trick is to wait the price meet ur limits, instead of one jumping in.. however scalps is a totally different scenario and is not everyone's cup of tea
    Disclaimer: I'm not at all suggesting trades when by either posting the graphs, or my entries. You can view it, but in the end you have to use your own logic and approach, as there is no certainty about this uncertain market...

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    German IFO’s Slide As Outlook For Economy Sours; EUR/USD Has Muted Reaction

    German IFO’s Slide As Outlook For Economy Sours; EUR/USD Has Muted Reaction

    German data is in the process of going from bad to worse with IFO readings this morning disappointing expectations on all three fronts only a day after the ZEW survey’s posted the largest... Full Report Here
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    i hope your correct bud- i kep looking for shorts while my indies are pinting to a move down so well believe your targets---But PA keeps moving up which is making me slightly hesitant and we now back into 5 min higher lows forming-- suppose 14500 areas are the key now as my indies are signalling - if failure of 14500 agaon then we go down to your targets- break 14500 to the upside -different story and a re check--- this last movew today surprised me as it was looking bearish with the german data so weak again this morning..........watchin those targets and would be nice to see it come off - good drills
    looks to me like a classic short squeeze is in motion now
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    US Dollar Drops Toward Key Support as S&P 500 Recovers

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    Bad European eco news=Euro goes up
    Good European eco news=Euro goes up
    Bad US News=Euro goes up
    Good US News=Euro goes up

    Tom Fitzgerald, head of FX research at Citibank, stated yesterday that he has no idea why the Euro is showing such strength and that no real reason existed for it.

    Kathy Lein last night was interviewed and just shook her head when asked why Euro was so high. Said she had no idea
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    tried a couple scalps with my system (1 & 5 min tf) to see if im still in the game!!! 15 min tf looks like it should be breaking to the up side right about now... well anyway just wanted to show you i got longs from 1.4430 still in play.

    good day.
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    Bad European eco news=Euro goes up
    Good European eco news=Euro goes up
    Bad US News=Euro goes up
    Good US News=Euro goes up

    Tom Fitzgerald, head of FX research at Citibank, stated yesterday that he has no idea why the Euro is showing such strength and that no real reason existed for it.

    Kathy Lein last night was interviewed and just shook her head when asked why Euro was so high. Said she had no idea "

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    Our Chinese (mainly) and some Middle Eastern brothers & sisters continue to buy - according to sources.... not a new story, rebalancing/diversifying away from USD... too much USD holdings.... they say... but now a days don't know what is factual.

    This can also be a set-up. Creating a sense of going long for the retail market, which I believe is dominantly short (opportunity for a contrarian view/position), then an eventual intense reversal when sentiment switches for the retail market.

    Again, all a guess.... don't know what is relaible these past few months....standing aside and just waiting for momentum trades and scalps (really short-term trades).... recent price action has been a bit frustrating actually

    good luck....keep on tradin
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    Quote Originally Posted by DB_fxtrader View Post
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    Bad European eco news=Euro goes up
    Good European eco news=Euro goes up
    Bad US News=Euro goes up
    Good US News=Euro goes up

    Tom Fitzgerald, head of FX research at Citibank, stated yesterday that he has no idea why the Euro is showing such strength and that no real reason existed for it.

    Kathy Lein last night was interviewed and just shook her head when asked why Euro was so high. Said she had no idea "

    =====================

    Our Chinese (mainly) and some Middle Eastern brothers & sisters continue to buy - according to sources.... not a new story, rebalancing/diversifying away from USD... too much USD holdings.... they say... but now a days don't know what is factual.

    This can also be a set-up. Creating a sense of going long for the retail market, which I believe is dominantly short (opportunity for a contrarian view/position), then an eventual intense reversal when sentiment switches for the retail market.

    Again, all a guess.... don't know what is relaible these past few months....standing aside and just waiting for momentum trades and scalps (really short-term trades).... recent price action has been a bit frustrating actually

    good luck....keep on tradin
    I, too, am scalping and doing very short term trades. When you get the likes of Tom Fitzgerald scratching his head then you know things are not right. The G7 ann a coordinated effort to fight disorderly unwind (tells you what they think is going to happen) but we are in no man's land here.

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    ...hopefully we can get some tradable action and direction on this very much hyped talk by Mr. Berny "the man" (no pressure, really) this friday
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    Quote Originally Posted by jogold18 View Post
    tried a couple scalps with my system (1 & 5 min tf) to see if im still in the game!!! 15 min tf looks like it should be breaking to the up side right about now... well anyway just wanted to show you i got longs from 1.4430 still in play.

    good day.
    some resis at 1.4468 price tested and bounced of 4 times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stkelrey View Post
    Bad European eco news=Euro goes up
    Good European eco news=Euro goes up
    Bad US News=Euro goes up
    Good US News=Euro goes up

    Tom Fitzgerald, head of FX research at Citibank, stated yesterday that he has no idea why the Euro is showing such strength and that no real reason existed for it.

    Kathy Lein last night was interviewed and just shook her head when asked why Euro was so high. Said she had no idea
    probably why when it drops, it tends to drop and cover huge areas in shorter time than it does when long posis are in play....my indies are looking very bearish indeed so will see today
    Take your profits or the market will take it from you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stkelrey View Post
    I, too, am scalping and doing very short term trades. When you get the likes of Tom Fitzgerald scratching his head then you know things are not right. The G7 ann a coordinated effort to fight disorderly unwind (tells you what they think is going to happen) but we are in no man's land here.
    Agree, the charts with all the volatility seems to be spelling out the word LIMBO..... or am I just hallucinating. this is bad....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cw1 View Post
    probably why when it drops, it tends to drop and cover huge areas in shorter time than it does when long posis are in play....my indies are looking very bearish indeed so will see today
    aha- looks like indies have worked a treat in showing bearish--- However USA opens will show further opportunity----14425 is next area of support
    For those medium .long term traders I have
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    14077 All these tgts would be valid if 14500 is NOT breached
    For me- scalping it

    Up/down making me frown
    Take your profits or the market will take it from you....

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