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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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might run into trouble at 1.4345/1.4370 area ..
that 1.4315 is key .. bulls should take it .. heck theres about five bull signals in that area ... if they don't .. they may have to get another running start ..
Originally posted by redsixspeed

might run into trouble at 1.4345/1.4370 area ..

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6e in the 1.4345/1.4370 area .. 1.4357 is a key # in that area
Originally posted by redsixspeed

Originally posted by koolblue

Out of action due to computer problems... sheese! Hope to beback soon!.. i see the 1.4186 low to the 1.4229 initial move provided a good short at the 2.618 of 1.4299. Iwould be long here looking for the daily proj. of 1.4269 or so!


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computer problems ..
.. get Toshiba ..


above 1.4265 I'am bullish
my hard drive died! So i just went out and bought a new computer!.. By the way, i meant projection to 1.4369 not 1.4269 as posted!
yea, I kind'a thought thats where you were looking ..
A post is missing .. about the weekly reversal pattern .. why would that be..
Originally posted by redsixspeed

A post is missing .. about the weekly reversal pattern .. why would that be..


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I got it .. had to load chrome ..
Nice big projection there at 1.4527


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6e 06 11 60 min 4202011
these are the targets posted on fx factory .. 1.4578, 1.4675 then 1.5140 .. ain't none for the downside ..
well i had a projection to 1.4506, but it was hit last night..now looking for a retest(1.4512?) by around 11:40?...
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