What’s Up, What’s Down: Spotlight on Currencies, Especially Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen
Comments for Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Looking Ahead to Today by Reflecting Back at Monday’s Price Action
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Higher closes yesterday for the Japanese Yen, Aussie Dollar and dollar index while lower for the Swiss Franc, Canadian Dollar, British Pound and Euro. Most of the currencies settled either slightly higher or lower near unchanged with no real changes technically. All of the currencies continue to be in uptrends with the franc in a BULL PENNANT, the yen making a NEW CONTRACT HIGH AND CLOSE although not by much and the dollar making a new recent low and settling higher in reversal type action. BUY SIGNALS FOR THE EURO FX, SWISS FRANC, AUSSIE DOLLAR, BRITISH POUND, CANADIAN DOLLAR AND JAPANESE YEN. SELL SIGNAL FOR THE DOLLAR INDEX. CALL FOR DETAILS!
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