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    I was a bit rude before

    Hi Tom, Aye the mobile thing - likely they've done some site analysis and realized that a greater number are using mobile than pc. I have a few sites and same thing over this past few years, mostly the older folk use pc's and the under 50's use their phones. Take care.
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    Currency strength meter.

    Jan 2020 - and first up cpi - stated aim of boe is 2% - the market well aware of possible miss on anticipated 1.5% - the BRC have been posting all sorts of tales of woe. Then came Retail sales - another miss, the BRC posted one week beforehand that 2019 was worst year etc etc - so a miss almost...
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    Currency strength meter.

    Decided to add some thinking, i hate posts that say I'd do this or that or have done such and such without adding context of thought. Right now GBP is at a crossroads - Brexit is confirmed and there has been a bounce since it became apparent that the Tories would win - well actually that bounce...
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    Currency strength meter.

    There is one called CM_STRENGTH 1.0 Here is a test - right now suggests to sell gbp .... hmmm can't say i disagree for incoming week - let's say accumulate sells 1st 4 days.
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    Trade with great care like on thin ice

    Hi trench, Just wondering - why here, BP, T2W, Mql5forum, forumww, forex-stn, forexforum - likely i may have missed some, if so apologies. As a friend of mine would say - what's the story?
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    French election 2017 / Euro thread

    Always has been, but Macron is doing all right so far: https://tradingeconomics.com/france/gdp-per-capita
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    InnerCircleTrader - people

    Yeah pathetic, it's like the long goodbye, takes years, just checked back - 5 years and still closing the door.... ah well, hang loose, or lose or be a looser or even a losser. But never a LOSER :)
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Was watching this live earlier today, chart is the US10yr with WS on 2yr - time was just at US market open. Big FA day for US, so Bonds up, Gold up, USD down.....the big push up early was the signal, WS was the heads up.
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    One final chart - as a wrap up for yesterday, it was perhaps a unique coming together of Euro and Usd FA in one day. Last 2 posts show buy/sell rumour/fact - what spoofing is all about, how to get guys wrong side. There is a common theme in the 4 charts posted for yesterday - they all...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Almost forgot to mention, NFP yesterday, usually a gamble, but wonder does the spoof catcher give any clue in the lead up to the release. Time frame 15min usually best when waiting for numbers, first chart WS on USDX , just before the numbers - here I would expect a clear signal. Second chart...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    And to bring the fundies/TA to a close - I posted on BP last night a second heads up that a UK/EU deal was in the bag, announcement to be made this morning before European market open. I mentioned that the market was aware and GBP price had already started to react, also the likelihood of buy...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Btw similar thing DE10yr and US10yr, have noticed this before when it European news vs US news. (red is DE)
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    It's a sentiment catcher, so in itself it there are no rules, I think of it as a spoof catcher, meant to show when price is being manipulated to get a better price. Title of thread is relevant. Take yesterday, Eur/Gbp was set up from Friday (posted on BP a heads up on that) - meeting UK/EU and...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Ok, found the images, I was sure yesterday that there was going to be a false signal on the 10yr, had hoped to mention something that I've noticed over this past few years, but was not to be, maybe next week. Thursday I could see a buy setup, then later price dropped - a false signal for sure...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Another week gone - anything worthy of note in hindsight? I remember ICT talk about the high or low of the week being printed on Tuesdays, last post was about a spoof down on Tuesday, so had a quick look at Rod's link to his video for this week. ICT points out how 'retail' could see a bull...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    One other wee thing - the time frame aspect. Supposing I wasn't just so sure about the German news impact, the bots are most active around session opens, the UK bots gave their signal, but maybe wait for the US. Around this time the US10yr seems to play it's role better, so check out the 15min...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Btw, the above is on the US10yr, same divergence was on the USDX Monday evening, gave me the confidence to post. The same divergences on both was there on Tuesday morning UK time
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    I chose that live example deliberately, the better examples are always right side - the fundies had the potential to push Euro down, the next day was key, any sign of divergence was a sign that the bots were buying whilst spoofing price down, confirming what I could see at the tail end of the...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Ok, last example Some time ago I mentioned the TA 'friendly' nature of US bonds - some guys had a good laugh at that one - anyways DT's and DB's are where the divergence signals best on bonds. Yesterday the indicator on the 2yr was rising whilst the 10yr price was meandering lower: Yesterday...
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    Mix the fundies with the techs.

    Btw, a 'live' example - notice at the end of the EurUsd chart, likely a push down soon on 1720 -1700, then I'll look to see if divergence especially tomorrow morning UK. (The German news could unsurp the TA in this case)

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