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(Singapore, Singapore)
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Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Feb 7, 2012 7:17
AUD, once again saved the global financial crisis ... :-) Even EUR is somewhat enjoying this ...
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Dec 28, 2011 20:18
In Thread: EUR
cat, what's your target?
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Dec 27, 2011 7:17
Anyone following silver? I also note from Ashraf's hot chart the high net long to short ratios. Just looking at the weekly chart, the weekly moving average (100) seems like a decent support which also happens to be not too far off below the 50% of the fibo from the peaks ('08 low to '11 high). Unless anyone looking at a 24 levels? I am looking for a decent long ...
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Dec 26, 2011 7:28
In Thread: EUR
Anyone looking at the momentum indicators also? Stochastic on EURUSD on daily appear to suggest (albeit still early) that it wants to make an upward swing, although the price action doesn't quite seem to correlate.
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Aug 12, 2011 15:56
In Thread: CHF
What's the likelyhood of going short around the DMA20 (around .77 handle) or around DMA50 (around .81 zone). anyone shorting at current levels?

Callum
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Aug 9, 2011 20:01
In Thread: CHF
Still bottom picking on CHF?
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
8 years ago
Aug 9, 2011 15:24
Is Silver still a good LONG under 38? Would lower Bollinger Band (20) or DMA (50) in the 37 handle look like a reasonable support levels?
Callum
Singapore
Posted Anonymously
8 years ago
Aug 9, 2011 3:40
In Thread: EUR
What do we need to get EURUSD back down to 130 levels?
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
9 years ago
Jul 13, 2011 5:56
VOTE:Yes, 1.30-1.34

While Greece story maybe overdone, there's still Ireland... How many balls will ECB juggle amongst the PIIGS? While we may see lots of political posturing by ECB propping the currencies and dialogues over weekends to keep the Friday afloat, it's doing to be interesting to see how whether the markets are drooled by politics or market fundamentals.
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
9 years ago
Mar 13, 2011 11:52
In Thread: JPY
What's the view in terms of the Monday's trade in light of the impact of Japan earthquake / tsunami?

As we looking at the melt-down of USD/JPY below 80?