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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 5:00
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Commodity FX (CAD AUD NZD NOK)

Discuss Commodity FX (CAD AUD NZD NOK)
 
raulin
london, UK
Posts: 65
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 15:53
Despite very bullish news for CAD in terms of inflation numbers and retail numbers CAD/JPY unable to break 90 and stochs rolling over on dailies
chloethebull
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 14:37
CAN EVERY1 SAY...EXPLOSION..LOL CRUDES SHORTS GOLD SHORTS ALL PAYING OFF NICELY...USDCAD VERY IMPRESIVE DAY WISH I WOULDA PLAYED IT @1.0060...GL ALL
chloethebull
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 12:01
GLAD I DECIDED TO SHORT CRUDE INSTEAD OF USDCAD...IM LOOKING TO BUILD A HUGE POSITION SHORTN CRUDE..GL
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 11:52
@chloe - I got lucky to be able to set my s/l for LONG break-even moments before the fall. Retail data might just as well break parity considering they plenty of happy Olympic shoppers.
chloethebull
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 11:35
I HOPE NO1 PLAYED THE USDCAD LONG...DROPPED 70PIPS IN 2SECONDS ONCE CPI# CAME OUT..GL
chloethebull
Canada
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 2:15
@ashraf...do u think it would be best to play audusd vs usdcad..cad has some volitile data out tomor an the way they been hitting i think we could poss retest the new low of 1.0075...would this be a fair assesment?also what do u think of shorting crude over usdcad?thanks an enjoy ur stay in canada
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
10 years ago
Mar 19, 2010 1:26
CADCHF failed 1.05, AUDNZD extends losses, therefore goodpotential play for $USDCAD and against

See first INT of the day regarding CADCHF

Ashraf
Rezz
Vancouver, Canada
Posts: 53
10 years ago
Mar 18, 2010 9:01
USDCAD goes from 1.0070 to 1.0135 1-Hr resistance, and now back to 1.01 area. Seems like the downward pressure and stops were blown during the move to 1.0070 yesterday, so most likely short squeezing back up to 1.0165 if equities & oil fall today.
behof
Essen, Germany
Posts: 14
10 years ago
Mar 18, 2010 8:21
Hi Folks !

Aussie is capped to the upside by massive resistance at 0.9300.
Break above is signal for entry !

But => Commercial sentiment is bearish !!

I see Aussie bouncing down near 0.9300 level !

Greetings

Bernhard
Callum
Singapore
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Mar 18, 2010 6:04
@chloe - I am also deeply concerned (because of my shorts on EU GBP CAD etc) about the US seemingly trying to do "whatever it takes" to drive USD lower, so that exports look better before the mid-term election, even if it means a full fledged trade war with China. I struggle to tell who's the currency manipulator. If you owned $900B of US dollars, and would you be easily forced to see it go down? It be such a loss of "face" to China if they appreciate RMB because of current US tactic. I am guessing here, but feel that RMB would appreciate in its due course this year, but immediate question is, when would China raise their lending rates....
As for UK/GBP, maybe I am need to consider doing what Jim Rogers is doing. I was watching him yesterday and noted that he doesn't have any long nor shorts on GBP.