Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Technical Analysis

Eu Sell:1.3002
Buy: 1.2962-1.2930
CD Sell:1.0095
Buy:1.0052-1.0018
AD Sell: 1.0462
Buy: 1.0432-1.0408
Gold Sell: 1754.68
Buy: 1743.52
Silver Sell: 34.349
Buy: 33.746

Crude Sell: 88.67
Buy:87.62-86.87
S&P Sell: 1406.55
Buy: 1398.30-=1391.70

Monday, 26 November 2012

Today's Analysis:-

Today's Analysis:-
Eu Sell:1.3060
Buy:1.2896-1.2764
CD Sell:1.0110
Buy:1.0040-0.9984
AD Sell:1.0506
Buy:1.0382-1.0282
Gold Sell:1765.96
Buy:1744.00-1738.56-1716.64
Silver Sell:34.530
Buy:33.605-32.865
Crude Sell:89.258
Buy:87.440-85.980
S&p Sell:1399.40
Buy:1395.35-1379.15




Saturday, 24 November 2012

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Thursday, 22 November 2012

Welcm To Invest Point.......

Technical Analysis:-
Eu Sell:1.2873
Buy:1.2797-1.2777-1.2701
Cd Sell:1.0050
Buy:1.0022-1.0016-0.9988
Ad Sell:1.0394
Buy:1.0339-1.0294
Gold Sell:1737.12
Buy:1723.82-1713.18
Silver sell:33.609
Buy:-33.049-32.601
Crude sell:88.48 Buy:86.97-85.77 
S&p Sell:1393.60--Buy:1382.10-1372.90

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Todays Technical Analysis (19/11/12)

Welcome To Analysis:-
Eur Sell: 1.2826-1.2750
      Buy: 1.2731-1.2655
CD Sell: 1.0021
       Buy: 0.9960-0.9912
AD Sell: 1.0353
      Buy: 1.0289-1.0237
Gold Sell: 1721.84
        Buy: 1712.56-1700.96
Silver Sell: 32.946-32.414
         Buy: 32.281-31.749
Crude Sell: 88.18
        Buy: 86.60-86.20-84.64
S&P Sell: 1368.60
       Buy: 1352.40-1348.35-1332.15
Dow Sell: 12629
         Buy:12517-12490-12378
Nasdaq Sell: 2558.15
          Buy: 2511.00-2473.00





Saturday, 17 November 2012

Chapter 1 - Use of Candlestick charts

Candlestick chart was developed in 1700s in Japan by a man named Munehisa Homma, originally designed to trade rice futures in the 17th century, he invented a method to analyze the price with an overview of the open, high, low and close prices of each trading day over a certain period of time.

A line, known as shadow, was drawn to show the day’s price range and a broader part of the candlestick represents the area between the session’s opening price and the closing price, known as real body. If the opening price is lower than the closing price (i.e. a rising day), then the body is white; if the opening price is higher than the closing price (i.e. a falling day), then the body is black.

As the style of charting is relatively easier to read and understand, it became very popular and analysts relate the chart patterns to various bullish or bearish signals, which were considered quite reliable in predicting future market directions.

The colour (white or black) and the length of the real body exhibits the market forces, whether bulls / demand or bears / supply are winning. Generally speaking, the long the body indicates the more intense in buying or selling pressure (e.g. long white candlesticks reveal strong buying interest, i.e. buyers are very aggressive) whilst short real body normally suggests indecisive market situation and further sideways consolidation would take place. According to different combinations of candlesticks, various bullish and bearish patterns were found and we are going to discuss some of the patterns we did not cover in the part 1 of this book here.


Thursday, 15 November 2012

Daily Technical Analysis

Daily Technical Analysis

15/11/12
Euro Sell:1.2825-1.2845 With Stop Loss At 1.2860
Gold Support1:1716.00-1711.00-1709.00 Buy At Any Support For Short Term..
Trend Bulish for intraday and must use stop loss due to coming fed.ch
gold trend is bulish for intraday resistaince.1735-1738

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

TODAY'S TECHNICAL ANALYSIS...........

13/11/2012

WELCOME TO INVEST POINT:-

Eu Dec Sell:1.2758-12726-1.2717
Buy:0.9976
Cd Dec Sell:1.0016-0.9998
Buy:0.9976
Ad Dec Sell:1.0433
Buy:1.0334
Gold Sell:1742.70-1732.90-1730.40
Buy:1720.00
Silver Sell:32.966-32.514
Buy:31.949
Curde Sell:87.00-86.02
Buy:84.79
S&P Sell:1385.10-1377.90
Buy:1368.90
Nasdaq Sell:2607.10-2586.90-2581.85|
Buy:2561.65
Dow Sell:12848.20-12781.00
Buy:12698

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

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Saturday, 3 November 2012

The Forex Market


The currency trading market has a volume that surpasses $4 trillion a day. In the Forex market, currencies are traded  by commercial banks, corporations, institutional  investors, hedge  funds and individuals like you, typically via brokers.  In simple terms, it is where you can buy and sell currencies, simultaneously.  The way it works is much like the process of currency exchange  at airports or hotels where you can exchange the currency you deal with for the local currency. For instance, lets say a traveler visits a new  country or when  an international  business pays its foreign employees, they each convert their local currency into foreign currency. Overtime these conversions and transactions cause  a shift in the  exchange  rate; when  money   ows into a currency, it strengthens it and when money  ows out of a currency it weakens it. These shifts in value are what give life to the FX market.
Above all, the Forex market is a traders market. Though once reserved for large institutions and wealthy individuals, the Internet revolution  changed all of that  and  made  the  Forex market accessible to anyone, giving traders the opportunity to buy or sell for potential pro ts anytime. FX traders attempt to predict the direction of an exchange rate; they buy a currency pair when they think the exchange rate will increase and sell a currency pair when they think the exchange  rate will decrease.
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Market Hours
The market hours for the major FX markets are as follows:
London:             3 AM to 12 PM Eastern time (approx. 35% of total FX volume) New York:                  8 AM to 5 PM Eastern time (approx. 20% of total FX volume)       Sydney:              5 PM to 2 AM Eastern time (approx. 4% of total FX volume)     Tokyo:                7 PM to 4 AM Eastern time (approx. 6% of total FX volume)

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The higher  the  number  of trades  executed  during  a given  time (all things  being  equal), the  less the  Bid/Ask spread  will be, thus  the greater the liquidity.
Many  trading  opportunities  can  represent themselves   when   the   largest    markets (London  and   New  Yor markets)  overlap, which is between 8 AM and 11 AM EST. However, as  each  trading day di ers  from  the  other there are no guarantees that this time frame will generate  incredible  trades  on a regular basis.
While theres an overlap between Tokyo and Sydneys  market  trading hours,  it is not   as important as the London and New York overlap due to the considerably lower trading volume.
Basics of Currency Trading
What are the basics of currency trading?  How is each transaction conducted in the FX market? What currencies are traded? Having its own language and set of principles, one should familiarize him/her  self with the terminologies  and the functionality of the FX market.
The exchange rate measures the relative value of a currency meaning it measures how much one currency is valued at in terms of another currency.
Basics of Currency Trading
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Market Hours
The market hours for the major FX markets are as follows:
London:              3 AM to 12 PM Eastern time (approx. 35% of total FX volume) New York:                   8 AM to 5 PM Eastern time (approx. 20% of total FX volume)
Sydney:               5 PM to 2 AM Eastern time (approx. 4% of total FX volume)    Tokyo:                 7 PM to 4 AM Eastern time (approx. 6% of total FX volume)

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Many  trading  opportunities  can  represent themselves   when   the   largest    markets (London  and   New  Yor markets)  overlap, which is between 8 AM and 11 AM EST. However, as  each  trading day di ers  from  the  other there are no guarantees that this time frame will generate  incredible  trades  on a regular basis.