Today, Dear Boris, B-berg says that Spain can bring down the euro with its 19+% unemployment rate (has always been sky high), 45% youth unemployment (fodder for civil unrest) 11.4% debt/gdp and some other issues .... They recommend that Spain return to the PESO ... Hard to take the network seriously when they make such recommendations :-)
BoA currency strategist says EURUSD will close out 2010 below 1.30 ...He recommends buying won as the Koreans are running a big current account surplus and much of that is from auto exports to China which has doubled auto imports YoY ... Boom
Dear Boris,Good morning.Thanks and good trading.Bert
Dear Xerxes,Good Morning and thanks for infotainment.Good Trading Dear Friend
Dear Bert,Good morning andGood trading My Very Dear Friend
Borisout for my jogold john
Dear Boris, maybe on this picture we can see why you expect Korean currency could be strong in the future:www.antisopitalist.org/Data/Sites/1/userfiles/ivan/20100307_debts_deficits.png
Dear Ivan,Thanks for posting the pictureGOod Trading My Very Dear Friend
Dear John,ENjoy JoggingMy Very Dear FriendGood Trading
Could this be another lucky guess. Sold again within projected time high of 2-3 minutes. No, there is nothing new, we have been doing this since inception of this blog. And frankly there is nobody on the net that can claim that.Good Trading Dear AllSee Front Of this blog and picture with yesterday's predictions
emini 275On DotOrg
Possible high time scheduleOn DotOrg
B-berg trotted some Columbia B-School Prof on who said that after Greece (for which he gave a long list of concerns) you needn't worry about Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal or Malta, but Italia ...
they love running crude up and down day in and day out!
B-berg is talking about 7-8 USD/US gallon is in the works ... Some Iowa State Professor says that it will only knock off 1% from GDP and that Americans will get used to it ... Change, Dear Boris (from your 10 dollar bill, that is) :-)
well, the powers tried to move the markets up and could not, but they have probably stopped a lot of would be short position takers.Nevertheless, market is not ready to make really new highs here and that is the way it is going to be, at least for todayGood Trading All
InfoOn DotOrgGood Trading
Boris,Could you please label all of AP and lines on your emini graphs? As a newbie I would appreciate this.Kind Regards,Craig Sicinski
Dear Craig,As the Readme Emini file will explain, there is set of 5 lines of hourly APS and they are up and down with a gap in between them. These are red lines, of course and they are given in the AP table as well.Same is true with another set, Daily APs, but there is 4 of them , on each side of the market (8 total). The reason for that is we do not display DHAP1 and DLAP1.these are given in blue lines.Their values are often visible on the graph, but also are listed in AP table. Those lines, representing them are labels of sort and should be not mistakable due to the only way they can be configured. Any further labeling them will be extremely time consuming at the most critical time, i am producing this graph and would cause delays in delivering them and detract usefulness of it.In fact, After few times, I almost feel, subscriber, should be able to construct that kind of a graph for themselves, but I do it as a service.All the knowledge to construct this graph is in the AP table and the VB area that is clearly stated.So, I would prefer, to give you as much explanation as you need to be able to read the graph, but, cannot get into further delay in producing it. Please get with me on the chat, if you require more discussion of the principle of graph construction and I will gladly go over latest EMINI examples and explain them, so you have no problem reading them.Now, the graph is not always easy to read as the lines/labels get too tight, but, I prefer doing that instead of giving you less of the graph( time wise), which detracts your/subscribes ability to discern where market is compared to last 30 days or so.Good Trading Dear Craig.
Good Morning Dear Boris ....B-berg informs us today that vacancy rates in the City of London are declining ..... China is importing like mad .... And the Greek Prime Minister's father and grandfather were also Greek Prime Ministers, a dynasty Dear Boris; so I wonder what the family balance sheet looks like :-)
Dear Xerxes,Chinese imports are only hope the world has to survive.(:-Good Trading Dear XerxesDid you know that one of the biggest export of USA to china is SCRAP, Garbage, waste Dear XERXES!So, it is not only GARBAGE MORTGAGES we export, we export all kinds of garbage, paper steel , plastic, you name it!
I'm all for recycling Dear Boris :-) But my fear is that one day China will be exporting to the USA & Europe those ubiquitous 'Black Pajamas' .... The ultimate 'Change' :-)
Dear Boris,Good morning.Thanks a lot.Good trading.Bert
Dear BertVery Good morningMy Very Dear friendGood Trading
B-berg says that Portuguese bond auction today went off very nicely; Greek stocks recovering; crude ramping; shares soaring ... Life is good :-)
Silver has been leading or is a coincident in the rally very nicely. For me, until spot silver reaches 17.90 then this rally may not be over yet. I am looking for a buck of correction at most on silver if the scenario play out correctly. This should give us hopefully an entry point to go long the market again (hopefully with silver also riding up at the time.)
Dear Mike ! You just jinxed silver. Congratulations !
UpdateSome Trades to showEducational onlyOn DotOrgAlso quick note about markets
Excellent AP hitting this morningAP-Attraction PointThe IH-AP5 for EMINI today was 1148.55, EMINi High= 1148Not bad!ENjoyGOod Trading day Dear Subscribers
For me, as long as silver can close above 17.10 then the bullish case for antidollar is still intact. A close lower then 17.10 along with an inability for silver to attack and maintain its daily uptrend line from Feb's low will give the bearish sentiment more value.
Well, it did close lower than 17.10.
Boris745 pm here in az and watching the futuresold john
Enjoy Dearest Friend JohnI have updated the DotOrgwith the tune up on the subhectGood Trading
B-berg brings on Martin Feldstein who advises viewers to sell the buckeroo as it is the most worrisome currency from a fundamental point of view ...
Post a Comment