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Thread: buy/sell points for many pairs

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    Default buy/sell points for many pairs

    EURUSD SELL at 1.4715 stoploss 40 pips
    AUDUSD SELL at 0.8930 stoploss 30 pips
    NZDUSD SELL at 0.7390 stoploss 30 pips
    USDCHF BUY at 1.0310 stoploss 40 pips
    EURAUD BUY 1.6470 stoploss 50 pips
    GBPUSD BUY at 1.5952 stoploss 30 pips
    EURGBP SELL 0.9205 stoploss 25 pips
    GBPCHF BUY 1.6462 stoploss 30 pips

    Remember, central bank meetings tomorrow and could result in huge yoyo in GBP, EUR and other majors.

    Always do your own homework and verify that some of these recommendations fit your own signals/evaluations. Do not use these in isolation or without cross-validating with other factors!

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    EURUSD forecast failed
    GBPUSD forecast succeeded and made up for EURUSD failure.

    Other pairs are still inside the stoploss range.

    EURUSD may have downside since it is returning down from day-chart RSI.
    GBPUSD may have upside since it is returning UP from day-chart RSI.
    Therefore, I recommend EURGBP SHORT (with a bit of wide stoploss) and let it run for for the next three weeks.

    AUD shot past 0.90 breaking through resistance levels. Hence, if it doesn't quickly come down, it may be headed to 0.95.

    As I said before, there are central bank meetings (ECB, BoE) and there could be important changes in interest rate paradigms, following RBA's unexpected rate hike a month ahead of its expectation. If any rate hike is even hinted by ECB/BoE, it could be change the landscape. if ECB Tightens the bias and BoE remains neutral, then close EURGBP short at once.

    AUD, NZD etc are primarily driven by Gold Price. As long as Gold remains solid, these will fly high. But Gold always fell 50% once recessions were declared over in western sphere. Therefore, be on the guard on any indication about GDP in US, UK, EU.

    USDJPY appears stuck in a range (88-90). If it falls below 88.00 look for further shorting. Else, cover on bounce and aim to range trade.

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