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The lines will show us the way,,,,
Or there maybe a stirring in oats loins. Waiting
Can it go quite a lot lower - sure - but would still be in trend.
Long 117.55. Stop 45. Tight stops (always), but esp in these markets
AB - CD is approx guide (it would also = c.23.6% retrace of the whole move up)
If we stabilise around here I will look to build longs.
Close below 96.20 ish suggests a more significant correction.
Risking only a few pips (below the current swing low).
Will keep looking for low-risk set-ups if stopped
ITS A CORRECTION
Fav against the Yen - that I have entered - and £ that I am looking to enter after UK data Tuesday morning (if it moves it). Will be out of Yen if $ breaks upside / has not moved much before Kuroda speaks Weds (or b/e)
LONG $ vs SGD, and looking to enter long against CAD.....it can continue to consolidate
Stop as original at 1860.
Looks like the sort of trade I will regret.
Bull-tinted spectacles required
Looking for entry, small until 380 broken (full size if 357 is revisited with a stop below 347)
Failed b/o s
After an ending diagonal
Commods (ex Oil) all looking strong - and even oil maybe maybe looking to form a bottom.
As earlier, a simple ABC correction (with AB=CD) still only brings us own to c. 96. What is nothing as we have rallied from 80.
"The bottom's in" for equities.......Is it? The rally looks very corrective in nature. Classic ...
Played out perfectly.
All these 5w structure from the bottom of the L/Twedge keeping looking like the beginnings of the formation of an EW1.
If that is (finally) the case here, that looks the end of 1/3/3 - but will wait to see what happens at the lines.
Its all about the lines...............
A b/o will be sharp
A little lower and Im not sure I could resist a low risk (punt).
If it doesnt, I will look to enter on a decisive break of the upper band of the L/T down channel.
Break of HZ support, will look to enter.
Still will be a great trade for 2016 either way
Ordinarily, I would be bullishly biased. FXCM U$ index is off and away. The strong failure of the (ECB) break-out candle is a bit of a concern, as is the lack of momentum that I would expect at this juncture in a technical (breakout) move
Let's hope the minutes prove unexpectedly explosive...."As Janet mused over the need to keep rates low until 2525, a group of ...
Maybe - 32.50 is a huge level - but since the downtrend resumed in earnest summer 2015 when crude has reached the line what happens after Monday has given a clearer entry (mostly)
If that bottom in approx THE bottom, it will be rested. Coz crude always does.
Waiting. Watching USD/CAD too
The gold/silver ratio in the since 2000 has topped at c.80 at significant market turns in equities: