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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Jan 1, 2011 0:30
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Ashraf's Book: Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis

Ashraf's Book: Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 8, 2010 0:22
Bonjour Mr ASHRAf,
peut -on voir un jour votre site parle enFrancais et en Arabe , pour qu'on puisse suivre votre excelente maniere d'analyser les marchs,

le nation arabe veut bien benficie de votre experience, et vos respecte

Meci Mr ASHRAF , vous avez montrez une trs belle image des ARABS merci infiniment
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 21:55


Abingdon, UK
Posts: 610
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 21:47
I second the thanks from RajSg to Ashraf, who should be Shorty No 1 without question.

May I ask this question @Ashraf:

You have been VERY clear about EUR/USD and #gold and the strength of USDX.

There is one thing I am not quite so clear on, and please forgive me if I have missed it:

Are you seeing at this point a longer-timescale target for GBP/USD, aka our old friend cable?

I have a feeling that this is a trickier one, as it partly depends on the "battle" between USD and JPY for the risk-aversion crown, which you have described and explained very well. More than once, you have advised us to treat cable with caution I think, although it is certainly possible to make money out of cable, as I have discovered, very often thanks to your calls.

I've looked at the latest IMTs and I'm not seeing any hints about cable, so I hope you will forgive this question. Situation re: EUR/USD and #gold a lot clearer.

Of course, we can expect a "Monday bounce" as usual, unless the market surprises us.
At the end of the day, we are all dependent on the market.

All the best to you Ashraf, and the traders who follow you.

singapore, Singapore
Posts: 17
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 21:14
thanks for making all those fantastic calls on EUR, GBP, SPX and Gold. You are the best. Its amazing, how swiftly you analyse and send the twitter messages and its all free!

U are a personification that 'all good things are free'! Could'nt have navigated this treacherous week, without your tweets.

Voted for you on Shorty again. Hope you come out tops!

Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 17:20
abood, avg, yen crosses are suffering today (yen rising against most currencies). CADJPY was the last one to drop and could see 82.80 from 83.30

Most of my realtime insights are on twitter.

Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 14:39
Hi Ashraf,

With today NFP coming -20K and employment rate dropping.... Do u think it is a good time go long at EUR/JPY, AUD/JPY and GBP/JPY...... Do u think Risk aversion will still be present today.....

Thks all over again for ur continous support.....
Damascus, Syria
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 11:31
Hi Ashraf
How are you? where you see eur/yen and cad/yen please ?
Subang, Malaysia
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 5:39
I've already take a vote but my vote does not appear on the board.
toronto, Canada
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 5:37
Dear ashraf

to night my vote is for you.because you are best finamce adviser.

May God Give you more power to work hard.

Good Luck

United States
Posts: 13
12 years ago
Feb 5, 2010 1:38

i'm am looking for the 1040 target in gold does do you have any idea how much of a retracement we can expect

thank for all of your insight