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Sunday, 25 March 2012

U.S.: Debt Remains a Challenge

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The U.S. debt is a problem that nobody wants to face. The U.S. dollar should fall again, despite current equilibrium.

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Stocks are at Key Resistance Lines

Stocks are targeting the highs of 2008. However, the secular cycle remains bearish.

Sunday, 11 March 2012

The Fed Will Hold Tight

The increase of oil prices could pose a threat to employment. However, the Fed should stay on hold for now, although a new set of quantitative easing is an option longer-term.

Monday, 5 March 2012

Short term trading: --AUS/USD, Mar. 06/12

--AUS/USD at 1.06, stop-loss at 1.0670, target at 1.0590 or MOC. The Australian $ is challenging the 50 days MA and the neckline of the past month. A breakout below support could start a decline.  

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Sunday, 4 March 2012

The U.S. dollar Is Oversold

The U.S economy is still trending, albeit at the moderate pace. The U.S. dollar is oversold against majors and might appreciate over the short-term.