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Browsing Posts published in September, 2010

EUR/USD, September 16

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EUR/USD September 16, 11am UK Time

USD/CAD, September 9

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Interesting setup. Although we saw a drop to the 1.03 level, with major weakness, the oszillating indicators form a bullish divergence. A clear break of the daily pivot and the down trend channel would give way to further upside with stronger resistance levels at 1.4. Good luck Ancient warrior!  USD/CAD September 10 Update The pair continued [...]

GBP/USD, September 3

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GBP/USD, September 3, 8am UK Time It’s September NFP day and volume is down. That’s probably saying it all.We are in a pretty congested area around 1.5425 and so far Cable is reluctant to push higher making risk reward calculations difficult. If I don’t see more action, I will hold off until NFP or, alternatively, [...]

GBP/USD, September 2

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GBP/USD September 2, 8am UK Time We are stuck in a range from 1.5583 – 1.5327 flanked by significant, long term fib levels. We saw a news driven burst up yesterday to the well known 1.5480 level with bulls losing control again. Cable slowly re-traced during Asia. We saw a typical Cable pattern into London open. [...]

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