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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
Damascus, Syria
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Nov 10, 2009 1:28
Hello Ashraf how are you?
Ashraf I am looking to make a big deal I mean to have a big voulme on currecy that u afvice me so pls tell what is the best trade for now and which point to take profit and stop loss
and that will be perfect from thatk u my friend and u r more than perfect man and all like qin and this pepole can trade in potato will be good for them hahahah.
Jonkoping, Sweden
Posts: 492
12 years ago
Nov 10, 2009 1:12
A great day for my all positions! let see if EUR/USD will break its new high 1.5060 this week or not......
I think there is some chance that we may face a little bit correction by the last week of this month.......because the hedge funds and most of the investment banks will close some of their positions before DEC and prepare for their earning reports........but the major trend on USD is downside.......EUR/USD 1.55 in DEC is highly possible.......
Posts: 60
12 years ago
Nov 7, 2009 1:13
Thanks Ashraf, ur advise on usdcad and cadJPY had helped me in taking 60 odd pips in each. Many thanks for this. I am also short on EURJPY and currently getting handsome gain on that
Posted Anonymously
12 years ago
Nov 7, 2009 0:41
yes many thanks ashraf an congratulation on #1 forex an have a great weakend
Kolkata, India
Posts: 210
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 22:51
Congratulation Ashraf...for being Number 1 FX Forecaster. and thanks always for being with us in this heavy sea of volatility.
Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Posts: 4
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 22:44
Hi Ashraf,

I wanna follow your updates on twitter, can you maybe give me the link where i can follow you?

Thanks Ashraf.
qamishli, Syria
Posts: 25
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 22:23
hi ashraf

iam very happy to see your website but i want to ask you if you give forcasting by currencies

Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 21:19
kidwai, glad you took advantage of that USDCAD trade. I issued it 30 mins before the CAD jobs report with very high certainty because i totally disagreed with market expectation that CAD would create jobs for 3 consec months. we all saw what happened. the btfuil thing is that i shared it with my 2080 followers so glad some did take it.

more yen gains into Jpn just like last friday. The clue was in USDJPY

Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 21:19
Xaron, 50 pips are noise to you. to each his own. some people go for 10 or 20 pips, others do nothing less than 100 pips. As for answering your question, my long term positions since January were favouring AUD and to lesser extent NOK. longest term postions (3-4 weeks were long AUDUSD). But that did not stop me from taking short term shorts in aussie, kiwi and cable (all of which i spoke about on this site). i also spoke abt my longterm bullishness in aussie. the idea is you have positions for short term trades (1-2 days because risk aversion changes every 2-3 days) and longer term positions (3-4 weeks) such as short USD. it is more complex than that. maybe one day ill hold a seminar/webinar about that.

Qin, your mouth is getting bigger than your ideas. if you're such an expert in reading my analysis, i suggest you read carefully my IMTs and my twitter trades...such as my long GBPUSD trades after the BoE decision. Your problem is that you think the market is linear, but the only linear thing is your thinking. i gave you a chance to stop embarassing yourself a few weeks ago but you did not take it.

karachi, Pakistan
Posts: 77
12 years ago
Nov 6, 2009 21:09
Hi Ashraf, how are you well thanks very muc about the USDCAD and as well in usdjpy, its was really great i booked 55pips on both the trades.
Best Regards