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UNDERSTANDING MARKET SENTIMENT source from actionforex.com :)


The Week Ahead

The post QE rebound in dollar was late but did came last week as markets' focus turned to Europe, China and G20. Fundamentally speaking, we'd expect dollar to stay supported as long as focus remains elsewhere other then Fed's QE program. Development in Ireland and China will continue to have an impact on market volatility while treasury yield will determine whether dollar and yen would take lead in risk sentiments trades. Also, Sterling was so far quite resilient thanks to buying in EUR/GBP. The pound will face some tests from UK data as BoE minutes this week.

* Sunday: New Zealand retail sales; Japan GDP
* Monday: Eurozone trade balance, US retail sales, empire state manufacturing; business inventories
* Tuesday: RBA minutes; UK CPI; German ZEW; US PPI, TIC capital flow, industrial production; NAHB housing market index
* Wednesday: UK employment report, BoE minutes; US CPI, new residential construction; New Zealand PPI
* Thursday: UK Public sector net borrowing, retail sales; Swiss ZEW; US jobless claims, Philly Fed survey; BoC review
* Friday: Japan all industrial index; German PPI
 

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salam guests..

from 22/11/2010...personal coaching session is open for anyone...but only for serius newbie..

call/sms 0123576124 :)
 

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amik dari forexpeacearmy.com...US Prelim GDP q/q dan FOMC minutes of meeting


The Market
With Prelim GDP being the second GDP release of the three, it is usually ignored by the market. But with the possible large revision due to recent positive outlook, market will be paying attention to this release... There are talks of an better than expected release already priced in.

However, with FOMC meeting minutes coming up at 2 pm, market could just hold off until then, therefore unless we get our tradable deviation, we should stay out of the market.


Additional Thoughts
US is the largest economy in the world and it’s GDP is a reflection of global economy. However, as stated before Prelim GDP being the second release, we are not likely to get any surprise, therefore we may not get a trading opportunity.
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The Week Ahead

Initial focus of the week will be on any solid announcement on the rumored EUR 85b bailout from EU/IMF on Sunday, as well as the terms tied to the bailout. Onwards it a week full out higher important economic data. The question of whether Fed will complete the $600b QE2 and whether there will be QE3 are still in investors' mind even though they're on the back seat in the past two weeks. The job report on Friday, plus other data including ISM indices would continue to trigger adjustments on such expectations. Also, China will also released manufacturing PMI, which should trigger some volatility in Asian equities and risk sentiments.

Also, ECB meeting will be an important event of the week. Unlike prior meetings, markets' opinions on whether ECB will make another U turn and soften its hawkish stance are quite divided. In addition, there are some speculations that ECB might somewhat hint at delaying stimulus exit, or at least slowing the pace.

* Monday: New Zealand trade balance; Japan retail sales; Canada current account, IPPI/RMPI; UK pre-budget release

* Tuesday: Japan manufacturing PMI, unemployment rate, household spending, industrial production, housing starts; Australia building approvals, current account; German unemployment, Eurozone unemployment rate, CPI; Canada GDP; US house price, consumer confidence

* Wednesday: Australia GDP; German retail sales, Eurozone manufacturing PMI; UK nationwide house price, manufacturing PMI; Swiss SVME PMI; US ADP job report, productivity and unit labor costs, ISM manufacturing, Fed Beige Book

* Thursday: Australia retail sales, trade balance; Swiss GDP, retail sales; UK construction PMI; Eurozone GDP, PPI, ECB rate decision; US jobless claims, pending home sales

* Friday: Swiss CPI; Eurozone services PMI, retail sales; UK services PMI; Canada job data; US non-farm payroll, ISM non-manufacturing, factory orders
 

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Understanding of market risk sentiment--->part yg paling penting dlm slilbus yg saya coaching..

wide spread of german vs portugal n spain bond yield has bring a 2nd round of risk aversion...the post still onhold at this time point of writing
 

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Waiting for ECB press conference today...

Adakah ECB akan turunkan interest rate to lower than 1.00% ?

sama2 kita nantikan...
 

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pernah buat forex trading dulu
disebab kurang ilmu total loss
jatuh tergolek golek
u ade buat pc online ke
bayaran Rm100 untuk 1 jam atau 1 sessi
dan jika utk 1 sessi tu berapa jam
rasa nya minat
terima kasih
 

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pernah buat forex trading dulu
disebab kurang ilmu total loss
jatuh tergolek golek
u ade buat pc online ke
bayaran Rm100 untuk 1 jam atau 1 sessi
dan jika utk 1 sessi tu berapa jam
rasa nya minat
terima kasih
bayaran rm 10o utk total 2 sesi...dan 1 sesi dlm 2 jam shj bg mereka yg pernah trade forex..

kalau secara online, saya buat desktop sharing dan ckp pakai ym voice call..

call/sms 0123576124 :)
 

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This is the live account history from one of my student yg trade time ECB press conference yesterday nite...




[10:19:09 AM] petang: salam bro
[10:23:42 AM] cottage: wassalam
[10:23:47 AM] cottage: watsup bro
[10:24:00 AM] petang: ok
[10:24:12 AM] petang: semlm uyoo
[10:24:19 AM] petang: popit ke smlm bro
[10:24:35 AM] cottage: smslm tak sempat trade bro ;(
[10:24:40 AM] cottage: terlepas bas eu
[10:31:49 AM] petang: ye ker
[10:31:54 AM] petang: abis aku tapau smlm
[10:31:55 AM] petang: hehe
[10:32:03 AM] petang: semlm aku ****** besau
[10:32:05 AM] petang: hehe
[10:32:47 AM] cottage: caya la bro
[10:32:57 AM] cottage: boleh cover balik yg loss
[10:33:24 AM] petang: yes
[10:33:29 AM] petang: alhammdulilla
[10:33:41 AM] petang: nie yg aku takot broker nak amik balik nie
[10:33:42 AM] petang: hehe
[10:33:57 AM] cottage: kuar jer la amik profit tue
[10:34:02 AM] cottage: tinggalkan modal ko
[10:34:07 AM] cottage: bila lagi ko nak merasa profit bro
[10:34:10 AM] cottage: amik jer dulu
[10:34:18 AM] petang: aku dah withraw dah
[10:34:24 AM] petang: hehe
[10:34:29 AM] petang: baru je tadi
[10:34:41 AM] petang: modal aku tinggal 30 dolar je
[10:34:50 AM] petang: withraw 800 usd
[10:34:55 AM] petang: hehehe
[10:57:54 AM] cottage: caya bro
[10:57:59 AM] cottage: bg testimoni sket
[10:58:00 AM] cottage: ekekek
[11:02:01 AM] petang: nk tgk ke
[11:02:02 AM] petang: jap
[11:02:10 AM] *** petang sent tgk la.gif ***
[11:02:14 AM] petang: hehe
[11:02:27 AM] petang: taku tak reti nak kasi full la
[11:14:46 AM] petang: ok tk bro
[11:15:53 AM] cottage: jao
[11:16:20 AM] cottage: ok cun
[11:16:24 AM] cottage: aku letak klat forum ehh
 

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mantap kalau belajar dengan masta cottage...
modal 100 untuk belajar mari mari belajar...

nak tanyer masta cottage lepas belajar 2 sesi tu ada support extra tak kot2 lepas belajar masih blur lagi.. almaklum la saya ni lambat pickup sikit...
 
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