Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Day After Fed










The markets well be looking new direction the day after FED. We thought the 24+-1 day will form a TURN date. Our Subscribers knew this for weeks. And then... What is next is reserved for them. The PCrario continues to send similar signals as yesterday.

23 comments:

xerxes said...

Good Morning Dear Boris...

I always thought the YBR was the yellow 1/2 of the AP chart :-)

I was reading some EW jive and the consensus seems to be that equities have entered a minor wave 3 down which could make your DP look real gooood Dear Boris :-)

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
Pink/Yellow, does not matter as long as its the same

Good Trading Dear Xerxes.

gorli said...

good morning boris. have you sent the new YBR file to subscribers? if so, i have not received it!
gorli

boris said...

Deaer Gorli,
That is strange, did we have email problems at that time for you.

I remember we did.

Ok, I am sending you via upir AOL email.

You will have 6 months view of YBR and 3 month view of SEEFUTURE.

Good Trading Deaer Gorli

My Dear Friend

boris said...

From Dear John,

GOLDMAN EATS YOUR LUNCH and BREAKFAST AND DINNER

Thanks Dear Friend John,
Good Trading

John said...

Boris,

good morning

old john

xerxes said...

Seems like the euro is struggling here a bit Dear Boris just as it was commanded :-)

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
It looks to me even more interesting that eh BRUTISH is down a lot...

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

Wanderer said...

Dear Boris,
Good morning.
I hope that you have a great day.

Bert

boris said...

Dear Bert,
Very Good morning and all
the same best wishes to you
My Very,Dear Friend
Good Trading Dear Bert

xerxes said...

Dear Boris...Maybe it is a kind of rotating profit-taking in the antidollar so dollar strength appears a bit muted....

It looks like USDCHF has made a big move over the blue line on the "Big Picture"....Seems like a significant breakout to me Dear Boris...Maybe a sharp gain is in the cards for the buckeroo so as to shake out the weak hands of the euro bulls...

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
If that is the case, We shall see it develop, very close to the expected time frame(:-

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

boris said...

emini117 is on its way

Good Trading

xerxes said...

So Dear Boris...I should just follow your long-term charts and ignore everything else :-)

xerxes said...

No chart sent with 117 e-mail Dear Boris....

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
Thanks, Yes, the file was labeled .jpg instead of the .gif and I am now resending


Good Trading My Dear Friend

xerxes said...

Buy the euro dear boris :-)

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- The Swiss National Bank is attempting to put a “line in the sand” with its first intervention in the foreign-exchange market in more than a decade after previous attempts to weaken the franc failed.

Currency traders said the Zurich-based central bank intervened twice yesterday, driving the franc down against more than 150 currencies tracked by Bloomberg. It fell the most in three months versus the dollar and euro. The franc extended declines today.

“They’re trying to put a line in the sand at 1.50” to the euro, said Ashraf Laidi, chief market strategist in London at CMC Markets. “There’s a big debate as to whether they will continue doing this, and for how long they will remain successful.”

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
I am sure they will be succesful until our signals say they will not be.

Good Trading Dear Xerxes

xerxes said...

Yes Dear Boris, I was thinking along those same lines....

xerxes said...

Equities on a roll, WTIC soaring, the relic has a strong bid, but the single currency, Dear Boris, is doing didly squat here...The SNB has the market players paralyzed in sheer terror :-)

boris said...

Dear Xerxes,
With all the appearent action,
It seems to me that CHF/EUR/GBP and rest of the gang of currencies are moving sideways for over 10 days now.

If you look at our Dollar Projection it just about says the same thing, I THINK(:-

GOod Trading Dear Xerxes

boris said...

Market has put the bottom at the Hourly First Low Intraday Attraction Point ( First IHAP) and then in proceeded to break into the value area from the bottom and then stalled at the top of tha bracket and then broke that to reach the trendline of ours nearly .75 ( EMINI) away from the First DHAP ( daily High AP). All very natural buss stations were visited and acted on promptly by market today.

It feels so great that we knew all of these values before the market ever got going today

Good Trading Dear Readers

xerxes said...

well Dear Boris, the graph looks more like a roller coaster at magic mountain to me :-)