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CME Euro FX Futures 6E


Red, sorry ,i was already asleep when you posted!.. I haven't had much time to look at it, but the daily chart indicates 1.3826 coming. Cycles are not very clear.... here's a real short term peak (10 min chart).. id be buying anywhere around the lower prc band...
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Red / Joe or other... just curious how you break up the trading hours for 6e, between Globex session, Europe and US session. and Open / Close...
Curious, as I have spent most of my time following ES, so just interested in feedback on session times...
Thanks..
Originally posted by Lorn

Red, here is a cumulative delta chart on the 6E set to 30 min time frame. Definitely showing selling pressure but prices not budging.


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eurocd02242011


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Thanks for the chart Lorn .. that 1.3781 is a tough nut
to crack .. 6e is in between a rock and a hard place
right now .. LOL ..
Originally posted by chrisp

Red / Joe or other... just curious how you break up the trading hours for 6e, between Globex session, Europe and US session. and Open / Close...
Curious, as I have spent most of my time following ES, so just interested in feedback on session times...
Thanks..

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This should help:
http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/fx/g10/euro-fx_contract_specifications.html
Here's the sessions for FX...

Sydney 5:00pm-2:00am
Tokyo 7:00pm-4:00am
London 3:00am-11:00am
New York 8:00-5:00
Red

Don't know where the 6e bounced, but the spot bounced 3775 thats exact PP. A bit of hind sight never hurt fwiw
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3730 is S1 should provide a couple low risk scalps
We are below yesterdays 50% mark, so 3765 should be a good short scalp.
Profile for the week on 6E.


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6e02252011
A little resistance at the 1min mid line bollinger bands knocking it back down.
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