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    valid for all those non muslim..hahaha

    for carry trade standpoint NZD buyers will probably soar since 2014 rate and so forth will make investor profit when not from nzd aprreciation afterward it'll be from interest rate different from RBNZ vs BOJ....

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    Because EUR/CHF looks like pretty volatile to the downside...
    SNB will not to highly alert unless 1.21 breach. . .then JORDAN is going to be verbal with extreme determination..huhu

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    Thanks for ur service fren . .thats why I expose this kind of analysis to traders

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    Obama speech today Will Probably be market mover when he Remark about Syria

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    Since I not trade this pair but I think this pair one of the interesting to study about currency behaviour for this time since it hit all time low RBI intervene in currency market to buy rupee
    interesting for people who wish to study n make a reaasearch on currency behaviour, can find it in INR(Indian Rupee)....

    For me. . .to make this rupee higher....RBI should hike rate OR AT LEAST to market their gold reserve and buy back the rupee . . .and to not intervene in forex market. . .this will likely be long term impact. . .since that can make rupee more appealing. .

    (Reuters) - After hitting a record low of 68.85 to the dollar last week, there are indiions that the beleaguered rupee may have entered a period of relative calm. Technical analysis certainly suggests.

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    that is my view on GOLD base on technical facet...

    that is my view regarding euro dollar base on specialized. .

    hope we can talk about it in case u have comment or idea for the transfer soon...

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    COT positioning reveals gold to be very overbought, I believe is much more reliable than stochastic. When big speculative positions are extended to this scope, it typically prevents price from moving higher - if everybody who wants to buy has already purchased, who's left to push the price higher?

    Gold additionally appeals to investors once the risk of US inflation is high - with QE now sure to be reduced shortly and probably finished next year, inflation pressures are easing which makes gold less valuable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    COT positioning shows gold to be very overbought, I think is much more dependable than stochastic. When large speculative positions are extended to this extent, it typically prevents price from moving higher - if everyone who wants to buy has already purchased, who is left to push the price higher? Gold also appeals to investors once the risk of US inflation is large - with QE now certain to be reduced shortly and likely ended next year, inflation pressures are easing which makes gold significantly less valuable. picture
    If qe more qe taper expecttion....speculation indian to sell their gold reserve to buy rupee....risk appetite. . .gold likely will fall in volatility. . .watching. .

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    Since tokyo olympic is a hawish announcement for japan..nikkei coud rise..folow by yen weaken on tommorow..posible

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