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Jul
23
Here’s the market outlook for the week: EURUSD Dominant bias: Bearish This pair consolidated to the downside last week, moving south by only 100 pips and closing above the support line at 1.0950 on Friday. There is a “sell” signal in the market and price might test the support lines at 1.0900, 1.0850 and 1.0800 this week, because USD is expected to gain some stamina. Most major pairs did not move significantly last week, but movements in the markets this week would be stronger than the movements last week. USDCHF Dominant bias: Bullish Last week, USDCHF was able to maintain its bullishness despite constant threats from bears. Price did not...
Jul
23
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Jul
23
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Jul
23
Based on the multipliers P/E и P/BV, shares of the company are being traded below the average values. It implies a growth of the shares price up to 33.41. Thus, we can expect potential growth by 4.2% Technical analysis:
  • ADX on the daily and 4-hours' and hourly charts indicates presence of a strong uptrend.
  • The day before, shares of the "General Motors" confidently broke the strong resistance level 31.75, which is now becoming a strong support level. The next strong resistance levels are at the level of 32.67 and 33.39.
  • RSI on the daily chart is overbought, which does not allow us expecting a significant growth of quotations
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Jul
22
If you have been involved in the markets for more than a short while, you have probably heard the expression “The Trend is Your Friend.” In fact, it is so common that it almost seems trite. Maybe it is, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true. Simply put, over the years many traders have concluded that it is generally a higher probability strategy to trade with the current flow of money, rather than paddle upstream. Let’s say, then, that you too decide to swim with the current. Is there a strategy that lets you dive in but decreases the chance of immediately drowning? The answer is a resounding “yes!” Welcome to “The Pullback” As the name suggests, a pullback is a short term move in the...
Jul
22
Gainers and Losers for Nifty : Gainers Power Grid,Zeel,Tata Power,Infratel. Losers ACC,Bajaj-Auto,Bosch Ltd,Infy. share tips today
Jul
21
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MASTER TRADERS – PART 13 “Writing down a trading plan and sticking to it is the winning trader's secret weapon. If you create detailed trading plans and manage risk, you will increase your chances of success. Don't think you need to trade by the seat of your pants. Take things slowly. Map out your trading plan, and follow it. You will trade more calmly, creatively, and profitably.”– Joe Ross Name: William Gann Nationality: American Date of Birth: June 6, 1878 Occupation: Trader, technical analyst and market forecaster A HIGHLY SPIRITUAL TRADER William’s dad was a cotton farmer. He started trading in 1902 when he was 24. He developed...
Jul
21
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Many traders look to volume as a method for identifying the strength or weakness of a trend. It may also be used to gauge turning points at supply and demand. In looking at volume, most traders will place the volume histogram at the bottom of their chart to see it correlating with the candles and thus the trend. There is another way to incorporate volume into your charts. You can combine volume with the candles themselves. Volume charts are created in the same way as normal candles. However, instead of being based on time, a new candle is created only when a certain number of shares are traded. Time is irrelevant. Until enough shares are created to complete the current candle, it...
Jul
21
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Most options traders - from beginner to expert - are familiar with the Black-Scholes model of option pricing developed by Fisher Black and Myron Scholes in 1973. To calculate what is deemed a fair market value for any option, the model incorporates a number of variables, which include time to expiration, historical volatility and strike price. Many option traders, however, rarely assess the market value of an option before establishing a position This has always been a curious phenomenon, because these same traders would hardly approach buying a home or a car without looking at the fair market price of these assets. This behavior seems to result from the trader's perception that an...
Jul
21
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In order to consistently make money in the markets, traders need to learn how to identify an underlying trend and trade around it accordingly. Common clichés include: "trade with the trend", "don't fight the tape" and "the trend is your friend". Trends can be classified as primary, intermediate and short term. However, markets exist in several time frames simultaneously. As such, there can be conflicting trends within a particular stock depending on the time frame being considered. It is not out of the ordinary for a stock to be in a primary uptrend while being mired in intermediate and short-term downtrends. Typically, beginning or novice traders lock in on a specific time frame,...