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Saturday, 30 June 2012

Stocks Can Rebound


The American economy is beginning to feel the pressure of the European crisis. However, decisions taken in Brussels last week could restore confidence and calm the financial markets for a few months.  As result stocks and the euro could climb again.

Sunday, 24 June 2012

Operation Twist is Not Enough

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Unemployment could decline over the medium term, but another wave toward the highs is expected. Europe is only few minutes away from midnight, so what will be decided this week in Brussels?

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Eur/Usd: Bottoming?

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Despite the current turmoil, US markets are holding up fine so far. Instead, European economic conditions are worsening.  What will Ben do?

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Short term trading: --GPB/USD, Jun. 14/12

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 --GPB/USD at 1.5420, stop-loss at 1.5470, target at 15410 or MOC. The trend is favourable to the U.S. dollar. A breakout could take the price lower, considering there is a divergence between current price and the RSI indicator.

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Sunday, 10 June 2012

Monthly Trade, June 2012, ++ SPM2


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There is a divergence between the price and the RSI indicator. June has been a favourable month for stocks. A move above 1365 could target 1.3670.

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The U.S. Dollar is Overbought

It should correct over the short-medium term. The unemployment rate could still decline few more points, before resuming the long-term uptrend

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Markets are Still Under Pressure

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Weakness should persist and Q3 is in the cards. It would support stocks and contract the U.S. dollar. A Redemption Fund is gaining consensus in Europe. It can provide a solution  to the debt challenge and possibly calm the financial markets.