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HOT Forex Signal (Sun, Dec 13, 16:45 EST) New Zealand Core Retail Sales m/m

Discussion in 'Current Forex Trading Signals' started by Felix Homogratus, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Felix Homogratus

    Felix Homogratus Commander in Chief

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    Hi there :)

    This is Felix with a potentially profitable trading opportunity... I marked this report as HOT, because it has a relatively good chance of hitting my trigger, and if it does, we should see a solid move.

    Sunday, December 13th (16:45 New York Time) New Zealand

    We have New Zealand Core Retail Sales m/m coming out. It is expected to read 0.5. Last month it read 0.

    Most internet calendars do not have this report on their list. I have no idea why. Here is the official website of the report, which lists its date of release and expectations:
    Retail sales, October 2009 - Statistics New Zealand

    I recommend trading NZD/USD for this report.

    Please read what this indicator means and how it affects the NZD/USD by going to this link: http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex...scriptions/7442-new-zealand-retail-sales.html

    The trigger for this indicator is 0.5. This means that if New Zealand Core Retail Sales m/m comes out at 1 or more, NZD/USD will probably go up by 30 pips or more in the first 45 minutes of the report. If it comes out at 0 or less, NZD/USD will probably go down by 30 pips or more in the first 45 minutes of the report.

    We will also have New Zealand regular Retail Sales m/m coming out. It is expected to read 0. If regular Retail Sales and core Retail Sales conflict, I recommend staying out.

    Obviously, the bigger the difference between expected and actual numbers, the bigger will be the move.

    To read my after-spike retracement strategy for this report click here: http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/forex...l-sales-after-spike-retracement-strategy.html

    For example: on October 12th, New Zealand Core Retail Sales came out at 1.2, versus an expectation of 0.5. NZD/USD went up by 44 pips. See for yourself what happened by seeing this chart: Forex news trading currency exchange charts

    I highly recommend you study the entire history and charts of this report by following this link: Forex News Trading | Details and History for NZD Core Retail Sales m/m

    As always, wait for my email this Saturday, where I will review all successful trades of the week.

    I hope you make some money on this report.
    -Felix
     
    #1 Felix Homogratus, Dec 13, 2009
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  2. oakman

    oakman Recruit

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    I'm sorry but I don't understand this. Doesn't the forex market open Sundays at 17.00 EST?
     
  3. oneeuro

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    Yes, I think this is the reason why most callendars do not have it: most brokers will not start trading by that time. I know that IG Markets and SaxoBank will, but I'm afraid that stops will be horribly wide!!!
    Best regards!
     
  4. garlin

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    Trading when forexmarkets are closed is the best way not losing ;)
     
  5. NeilA

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    The forex markets open with Sydney / New Zealand, followed by Tokyo the London and finally New York. Thats why you can trade on a Sunday when these markets open. Just check your local time with New Zealand time. Hope it helps
     
  6. isymeyaky

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    time

    pleaz always put the time when to trade the currency pair.
    or plz is there any were i can get the time market open.
     
  7. garlin

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    Thanks NeilA but however the forex brokers open at 22h GMT and not 21h45
     
  8. garlin

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    we must not wait: in New Zealand it is now 4h50 GMT 2009-12-14 ( NZ is GMT +12)
     
  9. traderDon

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    NZDUSD Trade signal

    My broker doesn't open until 1800 EST. How can one trade this signal?
     
  10. JacobusF

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    I guess you should trade when the market opens fifteen minutes later!
     

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