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CHFPLN update

Postby Paul&Paul » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:26 pm

CHFPLN update.
Those tergets higher than today's high from my earlier posts are valid of course.
The new trigger up expanded 3.5699 times its size and CHF credit holders are again feeling the squeeze on their stomachs.
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EUREX EUROSTOXX 50

Postby Paul&Paul » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:52 pm

EUREX EUROSTOXX 50.
A study of its H4 chart reveals things hard to imagine.
Nearest targets are 2050 and 2023.
It is the neatest chaotic system in the whole of this financial world.
H4, not M30 as usual.

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WIG20 update - still no sign of recovery

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 2:51 am

For WIG20 it's bears who are the winning class. Friday ended with a tone down.
This is not permanent but persistent.
A probe into the KGHM affair conducted by the financial regulator revealed standard nothing, demonstrating utter ignorance. Education does matter for the kids only. Ah.
What makes me really laugh is that they take things so bloody seriously.
Have some more wine. It does alright.
Have us a drink.
I have been too sniffy. I assume any money is welcome when it comes not when it goes.
It is anecdotal to talk about the regulator's failures over a decade or so. KGHM is a fresh exhibit in the museum of curiosity. Dangling on tenterhooks to stop this probe and discussion.
Quite simply put, it is amazing how people look after themselves.
KGHM is a great story. Among the ten coded messages inside WIG20 we have 1936 and 1870 and these are not years. They reveal the current atmosphere. What causes them to form is people constantly looking for the sky. Some investors are a great unifying force, a cloud or clouds accumulating energy. It take some time before precipitation occurs. A thunder or without one, surely a cloud is a cloud.
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If you are curious about EURUSD see what's below.

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:06 am

Good morning.
More drama on EURUSD. We are heading for lower lows, not a humorous element of the whole affair.
And the recent trigger after semafor3 painted near a local top is there on the first chart. 65 pips times 3.5699 gives 1.3232. This market closed exactly at 3.5699 on Friday night.
I recall that NIKKEI225 closed at 3.5699 an hour before the earthquake.

4.669 is at 1.3161.
9.1299 is at 1.2871.
14.208 is at 1.2532.

Today it is November 26. Yesterday people were selling heavy on nearing 1.3322.
Bonds, confidence, turbulences, triggers, panic, crash.
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DJIA as on November 26 of 2011

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 4:26 am

DJIA shows that some situations can be exploited to the extreme.
DJIA crashed 14.208 of a relatively small trigger to 11317. It did not rest there long.
Before, a new bigger trigger down occurred (77 pips), and it bit bitterly into the skin of freshmen.
Hence, DJIA dropped 4.669 to 11128, its initial and scientifically well founded border of chaos.

That border is clearly seen on the second chart to highlight the market behavior on approach.

DJIA shot up almost to 9.1299 of a small trigger up, actually 9 pips less than that and closed below the previous 14.208 line which is negative.
Yet, what puzzles more than the precision in the recent movements is the vector field orientation pointing up but the index somehow dramatically slumped towards the end of the last session of the week.
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GOLD updated on Nov. 26.

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 4:50 am

Sometimes it is good to look at things from a new perspective.
So there it is GOLD on H4 charts together with various chaos artifacts painted.
Looks really neat. It twinkles like a precision cut diamond.

GOLD is trapped between 1709 and 1667.
Two thousand dollars for gold seems a distant matter as on today. There are
many obstacles on the way up, too fresh to forget them and too many to ignore.

The results are based on a sample of almost 80 days which is almost a quarter of a year.

Before you take a shower note candles number 13, 21, 55 counting from the top. These are Fibonacci numbers.
The recent low 1667 is on the 55th candle in a series. The Elliott wave number1 counts 13 candles.
It is possible to venture a forecast based on price and time projection. Time would be interesting very much so in this case.

I will leave it as it is. It is time to ponder over the chart in silence.
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Do you think that the gun makers care that guns kill? CHFPLN

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:15 am

CHFPLN updated.
If you did not do it, then someone else probably did it. It had to be done that way to 3.6906.
Ole!
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GBPUSD update from Nov. 26

Postby Paul&Paul » Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:44 am

GBPUSD.
Some optimism from the close and a little new trigger up.
And 1.5292=9.1299 waiting to be seen by pessimists.
Who would you trust?
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USDCAD update 27.11

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:01 pm

USDCAD.
Unfinished expansion towards 1,0603=14.208 of a trigger up. Several borders on the way there are marked on the chart.
However Friday ended with a trigger down and a note down.
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BNP Paribas

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:19 pm

BNP Paribas. Here's the news at the hour. Paris dry & wet. Warsaw wet & dry.
To complete 4.669=24.477. The resistance area in fog but is still visible.
Friday ended with a drizzle down.
This bearishness is dedicated to whom it may concern who do not care glued to their white collar chairs here and there.
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