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Ashraf's Book: Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis

Ashraf's Book: Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis
 
Edric Ou
Singapore
Posts: 21
13 years ago
Dec 22, 2009 3:33
Hi all,

Could you guys recommend me some good books on understanding the concept/structure of economics? Something which is simple but concise enough to understanding the whole flow on the world economy.

Thanks in advance.
asad
London, UK
Posted Anonymously
13 years ago
Dec 21, 2009 2:00
Karan,

Why not install Windows (XP or Vista - XP more stable) on your Mac, running Bootcamp? I know switching b/w the two can be a pain...bey hey, WHAT can't you run today that's not compatible to both? Let me know if you ned any help w/ this?


Asad
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
13 years ago
Dec 21, 2009 1:01
Chloe, CAD is tricky because if US fortune do improve? things may NOY be so bad for CAD. But your targets would sound realistic with oil nearer to 65 than now.


Karan, i thought you were trading with CMC. Have you asked alpari about your issue?


Ashraf
Karan
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 83
13 years ago
Dec 20, 2009 12:33
Hey guys,

just switched to a mac. cant seem to to able to use alpari meta trader.
any recommendations for charting software that works well on a mac?

thanks,

Karan
chloethebull
Posted Anonymously
13 years ago
Dec 18, 2009 14:36
hi ashraf ,u stated u see further usd strength goin into early 2010..can u give a target on usdcad.(1.0850-1.09)..an do u have a time frame on the reversal..thanks have a good day
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
13 years ago
Dec 17, 2009 16:58
Abood, CADJPY looks to be heading nowhere. Resistance standing at 85 and support limited at 83.70.

Ashraf
Abood26
Damascus, Syria
Posted Anonymously
13 years ago
Dec 17, 2009 10:56
Hello Ashraf where is ur cad/jpy target for today
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
13 years ago
Dec 17, 2009 10:00
bojan this is a EUR)CENTRIC problem facing EUR. SNB could come back and give warnings as it is not ready to give up jawboning. Not bad idea to get back in at 1.5050 but make sure you're alive at 1.50

Ashraf
radu
bucharest, Romania
Posts: 203
13 years ago
Dec 17, 2009 9:03


Hi Ashraf ,

Thanks again for nzd , i"m more confortable now...

And the eur/usd hot chart , indeed , very , very hot ... i must honest admitt , when i read that chart last week i thinck : ok , i agree with this , but until to 1.43 !!! ....

Sometimes , seem you have the newspaper from the next week

bojan
Arizona , United States
Posted Anonymously
13 years ago
Dec 17, 2009 8:44
Ashraf,

since you indicated on EUR/CHF (long time ago) and swiss bank intervention that was my favorite pair to trade. Reason for that extremely profitable trades, and almost no losses Looking at the pairs recent movements, I already open one long position at 1.5070 and planing on adding more if it falls below 1.5050. I am a bit nervous because USD/CHF is showing losses for CHF. Taking that into account do you think it is wise to bank on Swiss Bank promise of intervention in EUR/CHF and how much weight they put on the other pairs (USD, GBP, JPY, AUD) and their performence at the time of possible involvment ?

I know SNB does not give warning signals, but is there something besides price in EUR/CHF that I should pay attention to.


thank You

b.

p.s.
EUR/USD call (hot chart) was hot hot hot hot.