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    Yes I know it seems like urinalysis but in ways the purpose of this thread is to do more or less the Exact Same thing. The sole difference is that instead of urine, we are assessing the Euro from its major counterparts.

    I encourage all participants to contribute what they know about the EUR/USD as well as any other Euro related currency pairs... and since everything is correlated nowadays, that pretty much includes all currency pairs, commodities and equity indices But the most important focus must be Euro crosses.

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    Links to Italian bond yields (15 minute delayed)

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    Links into Spanish bond yields (15 minute delayed)

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    I've been trading forex for almost 10 years now. Back then it was a completely different market. If you needed a 100 pip move in the EUR at a day, you were lucky. Things were much calmer and the retail forex market was smaller with volume and less liquidity. Thus, fundamental analysis and general market sentiment was more significant than analysis. However, it did not take much effort to be a position trader. All you needed to do was buy euros on every dip and allow them all ride for as long as the fundies and opinion upward. The indiors I used back then were fibonacci tools, a 10ema along with a 144ema.

    Then came 2008 and everything changed. The markets became more absurd, less predictable and more challenging to stay without technical analysis. But that only applies to intraday trading.

    Http://204.91.39.22/images/eu-mn.gif

    From a position trader's view looking at the very long term, if you examine the monthly Euro chart, I see the formation of a bull flag on its way to finishing wave 5 downwards. My target based on this opinion is around the 1.12 handle making it a 61.8% retrace of the 2000 lows at 0.8225 into the 2008 drops at 1.6019.

    Clearly these moves don't happen in a straight line so let us take a closer look at the same monthly chart. Right now I see that we are sitting on a falling trend line offering comparatively moderate support at around the 1.35 area (where we're now). The monthly candle for September rebounded, has countered this lineup, and is currently challenging it.

    In a purely technical standpoint, assuming this area offers major support, the move further down is not likely to occur until the October candle and from this candle's lows at 1.3383 we ought to expect a rebound of approx 200 to 300 pips upwards to approx 1.3585 into 1.3685 (If we look at smaller time frames we'd be able to more closely narrow down the goals but for the purpose of this post we'll follow the monthly outlook only).

    The above mentioned 200 to 300 pip estimate is based on the monthly rebounds of similar long term trend line penetrations. More specifically the 2008 comprehension of the long term rising trend line along with also the 2010 downward penetration of the newer term rising trend line. (Refer to chart)

    Now, without getting into a lot of specifics, let us add some of their current fundamentals and standard market sentiments into the image. I will offer some reference to a news posts which back up my statements but I am not going to get too in depth here as it would take much too much distance. This is not and merely 1 post an entire thread. LOL

    1. The situation in Europe is all doom and gloom and the politicians don't appear to be doing about it. More and more every day economists are calling for a default that is Greek. Politicians who were in relation to some default are admitting a default gets more potential and more. They don't need a default since they don't know what the outcome would be and how much damage it would impose on the economy. But they are starting to understand that kicking the can down the road just causes more uncertainty in the markets and in corporate customer confidence. This is not good for the economy. Therefore, not any default , the outlook or default is negative.
    http://www.forexcrunch.com/greek-def...r-6-countries/
    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0...om-europe.html

    2. The growth predictions have once again been corrected downwards. The ECB will finally have no choice but to reverse its rate increase of 0.5% before this season. This move will come at the next ECB council assembly and be reflected in the October rate announcement. The sole question is if it will be 0.25 percent or the entire 0.5%.
    Http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...78M03Z20110923

    that I think I have said enough for now. I suggest you keep your eyes to the news department and tune in to CNBC and/or Bloomberg to get a better awareness. You don't need an economics degree to figure it out. The writing is on the encourage along with the walls the fundamentals as well as the overall sentiment.

    In conclusion, we should all realize that no one can predict what will occur. We can only make our trade decision based on the information available to us. The best possibility of a transaction is dependent upon each three analysis approaches line up with each other. Confluence of everything like when all of your indiors point to a specific direction. If you ignore the fundamentals, you are not performing a analysis and your odds of loss increase.

    Joyful trading and great green profitable pips to all.

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    Interesting, I am curious, what occurs after 1.1? Does the bull flag carry out its potential and rise to 1.8 by approximately 2016?

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    PT intriguing, I am curious, what happens after 1.1? Does the bull flag carry its potential and rise by approximately 2016?
    Hi Aaron. I guess if the time comes, we might have to wait and see. But if it plays out this way, I would say 1.78 by 2015. But that's only a very loose projection assuming the Euro will be because we know it.

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    Equities have already loss back it's year's gain. Same with EU, we are back at beginning year's start. In few weeks, EU will tank to 1.28-1.31, and we ought to see some professional support there holding for the rest of the year.

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    In the event the Asian markets are gong to set the speed with this particular trading day, it will not look good right now.

    CHART: Nikkei 225

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Yes I know it seems like urinalysis
    adore the approach! Will be fallowing!

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    One thing to keep in mind today, even though I am really bearish and anticipating the eur/usd to reach the 1.28/1.29 degree by next week, we all need to be somewhat cautious if price breaks down the low of 1.3383 as it still needs to return to examine the H1 144ema or channel resistance around 1.3650/80 area.

    It might not happen till later in the week but I feel it will occur before it heads. There is major support throughout that 1.3380 degree. I suspect there is lots of demand there.

    If you are scalping, use warning. This is the reason why I am not buying anything and I am selling aggressively weathered peaks.

    Playing it safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Love the approach! Will be fallowing!
    Welcome and thank you DizzleFX. Glad to have you. Feel free to give your thoughts. We are here to share and learn.

    Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi Aaron. I guess we will have to wait and see when the time comes. But if it all plays out that way, I would say 1.78 from 2015. But that is just an extremely loose projection assuming the Euro will still be around as we understand it.
    Strategy to monetary policy would support this. Europeans have firsthand experience with hyperinflation -- guys making the choices lived through it. US hasn't had a fantastic bout of hyperinflation because the civil war. So regardless what the future brings, the Europeans will almost always raise their interest rates faster than the US, lower them slower, run QE later (if at all) and in smaller amounts.

    The Euro could come to abrupt end, but so far I've seen no sign from the individuals of the Eurozone, the politicians of the Eurozone, or even the institutions of the Eurozone they see this as an option. The rhetoric against the Euro, has come from the British and the Americans.

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