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GBPUSD - no comments

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Sep 04, 2011 8:37 pm

GBPUSD - no comments
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Swiss blade cuts throats of speculators

Postby Paul&Paul » Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:09 pm

Oh what a mess,but nobody's sorry.
The temperature was rising and rising. The heat was hotter and hotter.
I do not think many could cope with it.
HFT (High Frequency Trading) rattled like a kalashnikov.
Well, retailers could try silver colts. They may be mentioned on the tombstones.
Swiss blade cut throats of speculators. Rather wicked. What a massive flow of cash. What a runaway from repellers.
USDCHF is heading towards 8769=14.208 of a trigger up from August 12.
This is an opportunity to ponder about the way markets function. What is being hidden behind its glitter.
This sort of volatility was probably last seen in 1998. There is no doubt that it is a rarity. There is no doubt that it is a combination of criticalities and interventions. A dangerous mixture of mega-crisis and mega-meddlement.
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DJIA has just completed 14.208=11319

Postby Paul&Paul » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:03 pm

DJIA has just completed 14.208=11319. It is a second 14.208 in a row. This could halt rising further to take a breath. An excellent level to take profit.

Thus DJIA returned to a UPO @ 11289 from September 2.
There is yet another UPO higher @ 11501 to which the index is bound to return
some time in the future.
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At the same time DAX30 completed 5.8664=5403

Postby Paul&Paul » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:22 pm

At the same time DAX30 completed 5.8664=5403.
This clearly shows the difference in the behavior of DJIA and DAX. The latter has only one trigger up and it expanded so far only 5.8664, while DJIA has already twice expanded 14.208.
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USDCHF - the heat goes on

Postby Paul&Paul » Thu Sep 08, 2011 2:33 am

Interesting how much heat is there in USDCHF. And who has SNB actually been playing against these days?:
The entire market?
Speculators (private, corporate, state)?
Investors (private, corporate, state)?
Importers/exporters?

The gyrations of the market are such that no-one can know what will have value even a few years ahead.

Capitalism is radically unstable. Chaos is radically unstable.
It has a built-in tendency to produce ever larger booms and busts. Trends are created and destroyed. Chaos transforms everything it touches. Markets do not go to equlibria states, they run away from equilibria most of the time.
Elliott found fractals on financial markets but did not know the name "fractal'. Marx wrote about chaotic nature of capitalism but did not know the theory of chaos. We live in the world in which if anything goes bad it will go even worse and in the process of creative destruction the ladder has been kicked away for increasing numbers of people. For those who can survive it is a better life with increasing uncertainty. Better life but a lifetime of insecurity.

We see that chaotic systems go from one extreme to another extreme at will.
Crashes and castrophies are locally rife. In smaller scales they happen every day. In larger scales they are noticed even by the public.

SNB interventions and any interventions are nothing but a typical chaotic behavior, of consequences exactly the same as other natural developments caused by all other market participants.
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Post mortum CHFPLN

Postby Paul&Paul » Thu Sep 08, 2011 5:37 pm

CHFPLN needed barely 10 minutes to expand by 3.5699 of a trigger down amid a number of interventions to weaken CHF worldwide.

Whether it is a pivotal moment for CHFPLN and the like it is not certain. It was a well calculated action of no earlier record and in many respects it was a record in its class. Here the slump was almost 3000 pips in barely 10 minutes.
It is not possible to point to the responsible behind it for copywrite reasons.
Followers should abort similar ideas. It was the battle of good men against bad men. And the bad men were simply found dead in what was called a suicidal attack on CHF.

The world can now hear those stories of unknown heroes. That day the shame of dirty speculators was complete. I think it is impossible to be both rich and just at the same time but I may be wrong. A church bell tolled when brokers dived for those who struggled to survive margin calls.

The battle is by no means over. CHFPLN did not top full 14.208 when it was so close to the target. I read it as an evidence of nervousness and of building fears of something happening suddenly somewhere. The chart suggests that not there was some leak of the things about to happen.

Will you remember the 6th of September?
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NZDUSD update

Postby Paul&Paul » Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:54 pm

NZDUSD update.
Alright, a new trigger down after a semafor3 is classic. Its 4.669 expansion is at 8267.
Here is a list of UPO-repellers to which the market will certainly return some time in the future:
8272
8255
8251
from the downside
8459
8506
from the upside.
Set the alarm on your clock on any of them and you will hear it when the time comes.
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EURCAD with a fresh trigger up

Postby Paul&Paul » Thu Sep 08, 2011 9:05 pm

EURCAD has a fresh trigger up (12 pips) which can expand to 1.3784.
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DJIA

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:48 pm

DJIA expanded 4.669 times the trigger down and Friday ended with a bullish note and two small triggers up. Their 4.669 border is at 10982 and 11017 respectively.

Expansions 14.208 are evidences of instability. It looked strange how DJIA was trying to mount higher and higher above 14.208. In that land it produced a decent trigger down, then a RAR and also three UPO-repellers @ 11354
11281
10978.
DJIA closed at 10919.
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OIL

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:59 pm

OIL ended with vector field orientation pointing down.
OIL is still to paint a semafor3 which means that slumps are not over yet.
110.38
109.98
109.83
are the nearest targets from three triggers.
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