oh well, the research has gone, shame for the newbies and those of us that like to read back.
still, feel free to start again folks.
Ye, that sucks TBH. Anyone save a copy.
Already doing it TIE, made a couple of quid and said thanks on there. ATB !
FKN b00llocks!!! This was not one persons board and i shared a lot of personal knowledge and tips that are now lost to everyone.A disgrace!!!
It's amazing that people can be so petty or/and get upset with a name on a screen...someone they don't know from Adam. I'm taliking about all guilty parties here. God you must be so HAPPY if you are making the cash and have so much success trading that people on here claim to have. That's why i've never got involved in the mud sligning... i have lots of real friends and family that love me,don't need to be loved on a BB for crikey sakes!!!
Yep, CHILDISH! A lack of respect for other people to close the topic - I don't get why people think they own a forum just because they created the topic? If the rest of you want it back, perhaps we can all message the admin as there is no reason why they should not allow it to be brought back? Can't imagine there are any privacy issues etc....
plays, paul....... seconded. such a shame.
guys,actually emailed admin this morning at 6am to suggest keeping the board and maybe sticking my name or whoevers against it, that way her ladyship is happy as no longer associated and we're happy to have a great board...obv this never happenned, thought weds all been 'forgotten' about, then came the tirade, such a great shame as some fantastic posts that i for one often referred back to re levels etc etc, not going to get into mud slinging as achieves nothing, hope alls well, am away at the mo, just wanted to see if admin had sorted out
hi guys, hope everyone had a great weekend, am going to repeat fridays orders, played out for 2 x 70pips(sb/cfd) friday, so what the heck
14455 long 70pips x 2, will review in the morning....gap down on eurgbp(0.9041 would expect to be filled 2nite), same on ftse 5965.2, big rise friday so maybe 2moro.....will see if theres a dollar gap tomorrow morning 6ish...... ok, long, heavy weekend, so knackered...thanks again for emails
ForexLive Asian market open
No change from Friday night’s close and the interbank open has been very quiet indeed. The fact that it’s a long weekend in the US will undoubtedly keep things relatively subdued both in Asia and Europe. The start of the traditional holiday season will nevertheless lessen liquidity and increase the possibilities of ‘silly’ spikes in all directions.
EUR/USD is trading at 1.4530, USD/JPY at 80.80, cable at 1.6065 and USD/CHF at .8585.
be interesting if there are any random nom de plumes
S&P: debt rollover plan may put Greece in selective defaul
July 4, 2011 at 05:13 GMT
EUR/USD down at 1.4527 on headline.
dollar gap filled, ftse gap still open, eurgbp closed
Forex: EUR/USD advances ahead of ECB
Mon, Jul 04 2011, 04:25 GMT | FXstreet.com
•Forex: EUR/USD advances ahead of ECB
FXstreet.com (California) - EUR/USD opened on Monday at 1.4530, advanced into levels above 1.4570 during the Asian trade, extending into the 1.4575 price zone and, at the time of writing, is quoted at 1.4560, around 30 pips above its opening price.
This price action appears on speculation that the European Central Bank will raise interest rates this week.
“Support is at 1.4435, as long as this level holds, uptrend could be expected to continue, and next target would be at 1.4600-1.4650 area,” comments Franco Shao of ForexCycle.com.
“On the downside, a breakdown below 1.4435 will indicate that the uptrend from 1.4102 is complete, then the following downward movement could bring price back to 1.4200 zone,” he explains.
If the pair continues its advance into higher levels during the upcoming sessions, resistance levels lie at 1.4585 and 1.4610, according to Valeria Bednarik, Chief Analyst at FXstreet.com; above there, 1.4650 (April 21 high). To the downside, the Argentinean analyst recognizes support at 1.4510, 1.4480 and 1.4445.
Yesterdays’ Observer/Guardian carried article entitled “Ratings agencies could wreck Greek rescue by declaring it a default”
Forex: Euro retreats sharply on S&P headline; Risk takers go hiding
Mon, Jul 04 2011, 05:22 GMT
•Forex: Euro retreats sharply on S&P headline; Risk takers go hiding
FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - It looks as though is going to be a long and bumpy road, before the EU can get the blessing from the rating agencies on their plans to avoid a credit event in the whole Greek crisis story.
In breaking news, Standard and Poor's rating agency just released a headline stating: “EU Debt rollover plan may put Greece in selective default.”
The news shook out those long the Euro in Asia, sending the price to new session lows at 1.4518 after having touched a new 1-month high earlier on the day at 1.4575.
EUR/JPY also lost significant ground, coming off 117.72 day high to currently go into new session lows at 117.10. AUD/USD followed suit, with longs liquidation sending the price towards 1.0711, new session low.
Looking ahead, "Swiss retail sales, Eurozone sentix investor confidence, UK construction PMIs and Eurozone producer prices will take center stage in European trade" said Joel Kruger, Analyst at DailyFX.
Morning farmer - excellent News updates - many thanks.
Not copying anyone else, as signed up for Trade with Precision courses at start of year (would recommend anyone to do), and been following TWP since Sept 2010 but I watch this every week, and recommend everyone sigh up - USD analysis is very good. To sign up is free - and you get send this one email Sunday night/Monday morning linking to the 2 short videos.
Long EU at 28, clearly should have got in at 10/15 area - but believe USDX will retrace to 7451 on IG index charts.