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GBPUSD

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Sep 24, 2011 6:19 pm

GBPUSD looks nice from the point of view of chaos.
4.669 and 9.1299 of two triggers yielded 1.5368 and 1.5335 respectively drawing an area for a bounce off.
Friday ended with a bullish note. There is a UPO @ 1.5506 to which the market is bound to return soon. That UPO was formed after FED's announcement last week.
A drop of GBPUSD's jaw was tremendous. It dropped to two orders of chaos, painted a semafor3 and slowly recovers.
The real test of truth will be 1.5510.
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AUDUSD

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Sep 24, 2011 6:43 pm

AUDUSD.
A giant RAR (105 pips) expanded 4.669 times to 9697.
Swiss precision. Swiss tools, Aussie hands.

A very rare thing happened here. Not a trace of a fresh trigger up in spite of the fact that 9697 is sharp and twice was tested.

Negative reaction on nearing to a UPO @ 9862. Twice AUDUSD was being sold there.
At the moment bearish note from Friday close.
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GBPJPY

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Sep 24, 2011 7:19 pm

GBPJPY.
Two triggers down and a RAR on the first chart.

On the second chart their expansions 9.1299=117.59 and 117.16. RAR expanded 2.4220=116.87.

GBPJPY ended with a bullish note. Managed to rise to a UPO @ 118.62.
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Remarkable that 4.669 of a trigger up is exactly at the UPO level of 119.83
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USDCHF

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Sep 25, 2011 2:49 am

USDCHF.
The first chart presents places where triggers up occurred responsible for the recent rises.

The second chart shows 5.8664=9084, one of expansions is a border of chaos
which matters at this time of the year.

It is difficult to describe the chaotic events of this USDCHF pair with words.
The difficulty arises from the fact that these developments have taken place in different dimensions. Actually each happening would require a seperate description involving other happenings and their entanglement. A simple 2-D or 1-D projection reduces the complexity to something trivial. This is not a problem of this particular pair only.

The break above 5.8664 indicates that further expansions are possible. And what are they?
9241 and 9484.
In the meantime USDCHF retreated from 9182 and 9084 and almost touched 4.669 of a trigger down. Almost does not matter in chaos. It touches exactly 4.669 then it's done. There is no reason for chaos to be imprecise. On the contrary, precision, exactness are key features of this thing called chaos.

Life is full of exactness. We expect the other eye to be exactly where it is, not a little higher or a little lower. Otherwise things turn into monstrousity. Something unnatural.

Chaos is very natural. There is something mystical about it how it adjusts slight misalignments when they occur. Sometimes chaos resembles blurred and shaking movies from a reel movie projector. There is one good setting for a clear picture.

In the evolution of USDCHF we will understand everything except what cannot be understood and no good reason can be given why we cannot understand more.

Nevertheless it is worth noting that one UPO repeller at 8696 from the first chart and no more repellers until now. It means something. It forces us to glance at the UPOs from the upside to see that is the game about. We go back to April 6. There is a UPO @ 9198 and this is being hunted now.
USDCHF was very near it - 9182 but again, almost means nothing in chaos.
USDCHF is bound to return to April's 9198 and once we get there it will go higher.
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EURJPY

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Sep 25, 2011 4:11 am

EURJPY expanded 14.208 of a big trigger from September 6. (44 pips) to 102.73.
Expanded 14.208=crashed.

The second chart shows two UPOs and a RAR. EURJPY did not return to 105.38 on Sept.21 yet. That was negative. And the gap is still there.

The third chart shows a cotarget 105.30 from two different triggers.
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Gold - the thrill is not gone

Postby Paul&Paul » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:45 pm

Gold. Prices are on the frontline. Buyers entrenched below the low of today.
Perhaps they are viewing the battlefield through a periscope. They gave up
1551.05 thinking that the market forces would spend more time on cheering the win. They also think that few know about their positions listed down below and marked as UPOs of a chaotic system. There is more at stake than mere 1551.05. Much more. It turned out that taking 1551.05 ended vehemently. There must be lots of money there, hedge funds, investment banks, a hell lot of money, hot money from different sources. They play against each other. Retailers do not have any say at all. The game is between the big gamblers of this world. We have to accept the fact that their money is beyond our imagination. What is nasty about it is the fact that a handful of guys manage gold accounts. Truly tough guys who rule. Or they seem to. The trick of chaos is that the moment they think they control the market, it suddenly changes its course, to the astonishment of buyers and sellers in equal portions. The trick of chaos is that a chaotic system behaves as an entity, a living entity wanting to survive. It can change greed and success into a nightmare, an opportunity into a disaster. Two major players are enough to experience something strange and absolutely amazing. Soon they encounter the resistance of the system as an entity. The created market lives on its own from then on. In the world of big, bigger and biggest money things become unproportionally very diffucult. No money can buy chaos. The funny thing is that if they made the market stochastic, if by chance they could change it by quality, then they would give away most of their money to the trading public pretty soon. Think of it in terms of nature. Can you possibly have a better consolation for all your setbacks than
the thought of those big fish suppressed by chaos, unable to conquer the world of chaos? No money can buy chaos. No money.

The first chart shows a big trigger down. It appeared not near the actual top
1921.20 from September 6 but only three days later.
I have not detected any other significant trigger down than that. A number of small triggers are definitely not the ones that caused the slump to below 1600.

4.669 of the said trigger gives 1555.55. That's what we have just had today, vide the second chart.

5.8664 of the trigger gives 1486.28.
9.1299=1297.49
14.208=1003.72.

The last target looks bizzare in the current state of affairs.
Anyway, 4.669 has been violated so 1486.28 is a next target, moderate indeed. In the meantime there was a sharp reaction on a dip below 1555.55.
We have a new trigger up (75.05). Its 4.669 expansion gives 1971.20, a higher high.

5.8664=2061.47 for the same trigger up.

What is the game about at the moment?
Of seven UPO-repellers from many weeks earlier GOLD returned to 1551.05 and now it is bound to return 1506.95
then 1497.70
1489
1488.25
1487.40
1486.65.
Now compare the UPO @ 1486.65 with 5.8664 of the trigger down (1486.28).
It then becomes clear that the game is to crunch those longs established on July 1.
Some earlier fractal expansions are shown too. Near them something interesting was taking place.
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EURGBP

Postby Paul&Paul » Tue Sep 27, 2011 4:30 pm

EURGBP hovers above a few targets it has yet to achieve.
8649
8640
8620.
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vide last EURUSD post

Postby Paul&Paul » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:33 pm

EURUSD reached exactly 1.3670. pip-to-pip.
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USDCHF

Postby Paul&Paul » Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:59 am

USDCHF clearly signals sensitivity to two chaos borders: 8992 and 8942.
A few items are added in the second chart.
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Agatha Christi would write about the murder

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Oct 01, 2011 4:13 pm

if she had lived up till today.
Someone has tried to conceal his identity, someone who did not allow EURUSD to go beyond 1.3670. Strangulated EURUSD dropped to the borders of chaos known from my previous posts. We actually found EURUSD below them. Underground?
EURUSD closed at 1.3395 with no sign of energy up, leaving us with two UPOs
at 1.3566 and
1.3474
which are repellers.

I'd be grateful to know if eurusd can resurrect. Life is full of surprises. This murder mystery is of no my personal concern but I do understand that it is linked with the selloff at Wall Street late last night. And probably with the selloff on OIL.
People are not very intelligent you know, first they do, then they think. What made them decide to go to Wall Street? I appreciate their politeness. And I would welcome any clues about the murderer.

People go outside when they can not go anywhere else and when they cannot be more specific.
In part one EURO was played by ECB.
USD was played by FED.
Dramatized by the BBC.

Nobody could have gone inside EURUSD without the key. EURUSD must have been murdered by somebody it had admitted. That makes the circle of suspects much smaller in diameter.

Just for the records, what was EURUSD doing at that late hour below 1.3398 and the other important lines? For some reason investors did not want to see it higher. They were damping the euros more when the sun was gone behind the horizon. They were not mentally subnormal. They were not like children. They were gentle men. And they permitted to be followed.

The greenback is an attractive lady, not for the looks though. Out of necessity. I do not know what America would do without it. It causes us so much anxiety. Very much so if we mention the revolutionary idea born in EU to introduce a financial-transaction tax (FTT). The tax would drive away "high frequency traders", ultra-fast automated traders using rasor-thin margins. That is a perverse idea of 10-pip spreads on majors regained.

In this crisis some dance a Russian tango: two steps ahead, three steps back.
EURUSD is too low to be optimistic. It trespassed some clear borders of chaos. It gave quite a fright at night.

I enjoyed my tea while attaching two new charts. What I have discovered on scrutiny of chaos is painted there.
Chaos does function properly here, though some messages cannot be translated into words.

It knew it was not an accident. The behavior of the system was far too precise and dramatic.
Meantime have a look at the pathetic pile of articles written by private detectives who offer their condolences to enyone who wishes to mourn.
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