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Sir Pipsalot's Wednesday Market Update 04-07-2010

Discussion in 'Commercial Trade Journals' started by Sir Pipsalot, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. Sir Pipsalot

    Sir Pipsalot Former FPA Special Consultant

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    Hey folks,

    The EUR/USD has indeed dipped further and is now hovering just under the 1.3390 fib level I mentioned yesterday. To me it looks as though EUR/USD is into a B wave lower, which could take many forms. Because of this, I'd prefer to only buy on a more conservative setup where the EUR/USD dips to 1.3300 or below at or near a double bottom with its Mar 25th low. It's possible we'll rally off the 78% retracement level instead at 1.3343, but I don't want to pick a bottom unless the price is quite attractive.

    Stocks are looking a toppish again, so once we get a bit of slight confirmation with a down day, it should snowball into something bigger, so feel free to gamble a bit with good risk/reward on a short now if you feel saucy or hold out for a bit of confirmation in the coming days. One weak close should be enough.

    In news Wednesday:

    0428 UK Services PMI (58.0 expected) - Typically, when this trade hits a trigger, it hit a 40-50 pip target in the first 3-20 minutes, retrace somewhat, and reattempt those extremes within the first 40 minutes. Usually, there's about a 50-50 chance of the trade continuing in a steady trend over the next several hours; otherwise, it just consolidates in a range short of the spike extremes.
    If it comes out at 59 or higher, GBP/USD should rally 40-50 pips.
    If it comes out at 57 or lower, GBP/USD should fall 40-50 pips.

    1000 CAD Ivey PMI (53.0 expected) - This trade is usually a very low stress money maker as it tends to move much more gradually than most news trades taking its time to gradually hit targets of 30-50 pips in the first 20-45 minutes. This allows you to take your time with the entry order and usually get an entry within 5-10 pips of the prerelease price if a trigger is hit. After about 40-45 minutes though, there's usually at least a temporary sputtering out, so I'd take profits around that time period if you're still holding out.
    If it comes out at 57 or higher, USD/CAD should fall 35-45 pips.
    If it comes out at 49 or lower, USD/CAD should rally 35-45 pips.

    2130 AU Employment Change (20K expected) - When this trade hits a big trigger, it can be off to the races with little retracement. Smaller triggers usually register a nice pop in the first minute or so, but rarely offer a lot of additional follow-through. Also make sure the unemployment rate (5.3% expected) comes out in a complimentary direction.
    If it comes out at 50K or higher, AUD/USD should rally sustainably for 50-70 pips.
    If it comes out at 35 to 49K, AUD/USD should rally 30-50 pips quickly, but asking for a good retracement trade or continuation gets risky.
    If it comes out at -9 to +5K, AUD/USD should fall 30-50 pips quickly, but asking for a good retracement trade or continuation gets risky.
    If it comes out at -10K or lower, AUD/USD should fall sustainably for 50-70 pips or more.

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