A cluster of stops all the way to 1.6218 on GBPUSD

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Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD

Postby Paul » Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:56 am

Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD. The price reaction is very sharp. We have evidence that the area of 1.3941 matters for some big players. stocks today are euro supportive.
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GBPUSD more volatile than eurusd tested 1.6084

Postby Paul » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:31 am

GBPUSD more volatile than eurusd tested 1.6084 in one swing.
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Re: Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD

Postby noone22 » Thu Jul 09, 2009 7:40 am

Paul wrote:Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD. The price reaction is very sharp. We have evidence that the area of 1.3941 matters for some big players


And so what?

You're talking in puzzles
without usage of action words.

What small player supposed to do, when he knows
and believes (in incredible assumption)
that area of 1.3941 is a matter of matter for someone?

If he is putting limit order to go short at 1.3941 or what?
If not, I don't understand the point of your whole topic then.

OK, you're working in the bank or with other big guys,
and have access to some inside info, and providing 5%
of this info to amateurs like me and keep smiling
and pretending to be some kind of guru and prophet.
I've asked you - where you getting your predictions from -
no answer. I could open the thread and start propheting,
that GBP is going to reach 1.5, based on some theory, known
only to me. But I don't have time to waste in such way.

What do you expect in return? Honour?
I don't think so, just asking dummy questions,
which you're not even trying to answer at full extent.

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Postby rolska » Thu Jul 09, 2009 8:09 am

noone22
There are many ways to learn and many ways to teach.
Kreslik is a very good site. Paul adds something of value for some.
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Re: Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD

Postby jasonckb » Thu Jul 09, 2009 8:51 am

noone22 wrote:
Paul wrote:Second test of 1.3941 on EURUSD. The price reaction is very sharp. We have evidence that the area of 1.3941 matters for some big players


And so what?

You're talking in puzzles
without usage of action words.

What small player supposed to do, when he knows
and believes (in incredible assumption)
that area of 1.3941 is a matter of matter for someone?

If he is putting limit order to go short at 1.3941 or what?
If not, I don't understand the point of your whole topic then.

OK, you're working in the bank or with other big guys,
and have access to some inside info, and providing 5%
of this info to amateurs like me and keep smiling
and pretending to be some kind of guru and prophet.
I've asked you - where you getting your predictions from -
no answer. I could open the thread and start propheting,
that GBP is going to reach 1.5, based on some theory, known
only to me. But I don't have time to waste in such way.

What do you expect in return? Honour?
I don't think so, just asking dummy questions,
which you're not even trying to answer at full extent.


My goodness......u want spoon feeding.......

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Postby dragon33 » Thu Jul 09, 2009 9:13 am

Watch the stair step in his indi's those are important. Feed your mind with knowledge. Watch and observe that is trading.

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to noone22

Postby Paul » Thu Jul 09, 2009 9:23 am

Noone22 calm down your emotions, take it easy. Negative emotions are never good for trading.

Read Linda Raschke, and use her Holy Grail. The odds are very high that when eurusd makes a new momentum high and pulls back, it will retest its recent high. Therefore, any pullback from a new momentum high can be bought. Most people hesitate to buy pullback because a top may be in place. With this pattern, the odds that a top is in place is probably only 5% to 10%. Look at the chart now.
EURUSD broke higher above 1.3941 hitting stops. Did you know about those stops or you know it just now? Stocks today are euro supportive.
It made a new high and pulled back from 1.3960 exactly to 1.3941. You could have bought at 1.3941 to close at 1.3960 making more than 15 pips in the course of a few minutes. Exactly the same setup was seen on GBPUSD and USDCHF, and the same startegy could have been applied by you.
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an example of a Fibo extention appllied in a special way

Postby Paul » Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:27 am

an example of a Fibo extention appllied in a special way.
This a USDCHF chart. The extention is drawn from a first signal to a second signal of turbulence. What you get is the target for bigger players and some clues on the way to a new low. Heavy selling near 161.8, selling near 261.8, profit taking below 423.6.
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Postby noone22 » Thu Jul 09, 2009 12:59 pm

dragon33 wrote:Watch the stair step in his indi's those are important


What indicator?
I haven't seen or heard about any indicator in this thread.
The system has not been provided even in ex4 format
or as a basic complete set of rule.

I'm stopping to follow and respond to this useless (for me) thread.

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About noone22 and markets

Postby Paul » Fri Jul 10, 2009 8:46 am

That noone22 hash and his cupboard love really amuse me. Money for jam?
let's not mince matters. A forum is mainly for respectable people, however the language they are using is always appropriate to their activity, knowledge and contents of subconsciousness. I am near arts and the theatre rather than warfare and weapons, and I struggle to be in money and business. Quite often I am like a fool on a hill but definitely not on that hill.

Now about markets: Caritas in veritate. I took shorts on EURUSD and GBPJPY
yesterday and for me it was the best trading session this year. Since July 4 I have had 139 positions, in this 19 losers.

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