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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Oct 22, 2009 18:16
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Parameters in Equities, Oil

The 100-week moving averages in the S&P500 and US crude oil will act as the next resistance for risk appetite and USD-selling.
 
bathmateus
United States
Posted Anonymously
11 years ago
Dec 18, 2009 23:30
good posting.i like it. thank u. :)-

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14raj
Kolkata, India
Posts: 210
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 6:35
Rajesh,
There is an exiting figure forming in Dow fture price pattern.SP fut can hit upto 1076 range but stop out if 1099 take out.
rajib
rajesh68
Singapore
Posts: 60
12 years ago
Nov 5, 2009 23:40
I see a double top formation in H1/H4 of EURUSD. However, with the stocks rising, i am skeptical abt shorting it. your opinion please. Thanks
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Nov 5, 2009 20:58
rim, as asad said, CIT bankruptcy was a formality. confirmation came in the weekend and DID WEIGH on Asian and US stocks in Monday.


Ashraf
said
mulhouse, France
Posts: 2822
12 years ago
Nov 5, 2009 10:44
ASHRAF
MY ANSWER TO THE RELATION BETWEEN RBA HIKE AND DOW UP IS THAT TECHNICALY THERE IS A PROBABLE ZERO LINE REVERSAL ON US30 3 MONTHS CHART;
asad
London, UK
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Nov 5, 2009 10:36
Rim,

One, CIT's not THAT big enough to have an impact. Second, it is a clinical bankruptcy, i.e., we knew for months this was coming...we were prepared for this...and we know what to do w/ it now )unlike Lehman when it collapsed overnight,,,with no solution in sight)...


Asad
rim
Turkey
Posts: 121
12 years ago
Nov 5, 2009 9:22
Dear Ashraf

The bankruptcy of CIT group seems didnot negatively effect the Stocks in US

What can be the reason of that ?
Xaron
Munich, Germany
Posts: 528
12 years ago
Nov 4, 2009 21:20
@Montmorency: Yes, that's me. :)
Abood26
Damascus, Syria
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Nov 4, 2009 19:48
Hello Ashraf where is e/yen going please
montmorency
UK
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Nov 4, 2009 18:36
Hi Jack,

Thanks for your clarification. Interesting what you say about the spike in the USD index chart. One of the brokers I use showed it. Another didn't. The one who did seemed to correct it later, although it still showed a healthy jump. Fortunately, it didn't affect me either way, that is to say, the erroneous spike.

As it happened I _did_ buy EUR/USD at the wrong time (I thought it had dropped as far as it was going to. However, it came back in my direction eventually, as I expected it to (eventually :-) ). [Don't trade like this at home kids .... :-) ]

I agree it's as well to be prepared for what might happen. Everyone (not here necessarily, but in the wider world) seems to have written off the dollar, but there seem to be several scenarios in which it could stage recoveries or mini-recoveries, each one of which is a potential pip-generating opportunity (or pip-losing threat, of course).

Regards,
Montmorency


P.S. Xaron: Are you the same (BWILC) guy who posts on FF under that name? Interesting posts/blog.