Re: EurUsd short term 15 replies
NFP nice bump up on EURUSD 2 replies
Dislikedi don't look at individual candles; i'm more of a macro guy. each to their own . here's my chart:Ignored
DislikedYou are 100% right with predictions and headlines.
I was asking, because eur/usd is veeeery high now and was wondering how far can it go. In my opinion current level is overpriced, I don't know how come is so high.
Waiting for other opinions. What do you thing what will be max price?Ignored
DislikedIf there is no intervention and fed is last of major central banks to raise rates, EURUSD will be at 1.80 oil at 130 or more at least.
These clowns do not understand they are destroying their currency. US should be one of first to raise rates due to everything being priced in dollars. I suppose Obama will not win next election he will borrow over 5 trillion dollars in his first term, he is destroying Americans. He should have let people collapse.
I hate saying this as I love America.G Bush was at least prepared to let banks fail if not for...Ignored
DislikedThats the USD/CAD, not the EUR/USD that we are talking aboutIgnored
DislikedEven reading your own charts is a problem mate ...
Look: The 5th red line is equilibrium ... consider how the sell-off bounced along it on the down-side. A break of this line (to the upside) should make you consider otherwise, that the trend is flipping to the upside ...Ignored
DislikedOh these clowns do understand very, very well. US debts are mostly hold by foreigners (in difference to debts in Europe which are mainly hold by Europeans), so foreign debts are foreign problems. The US can weaken its currency like they want - they can only win! That's the nice thing for the US.
Devaluation => Pay back of debts become cheaper and exports become better.Ignored
Dislikedeven if there was a bullish move, it would be temporary. there's clearly a big downwards trend from the daily chart. i would regard anything bullish as the market taking a breather.Ignored
DislikedActually, it's a short term solution, the inflationary effect of overprinting moeny to such an extent will lead to the destruction of the whole economy that will make this credit crisis seem like a walk in the parkIgnored