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The Wild Card Gold 5 Oct 2009

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    The Wild Card Gold 5 Oct 2009
    Monday, 5 Oct 2009
    EUR/USD Volatility Ripples across FX Market

    As the first week of October kicked off last week, traders witnessed a number of volatile jumps in the worlds 2 primary currencies: the EUR and USD. Optimism appeared to be on the rise in America while Europe was giving off signals of a lagging economy. The USD had pared a moderate percentage of its previous losses until employment data in the US hampered those gains and sent the EUR flying high. As a result, every other currency in the forex market was impacted in a similar way since these currencies have the ability to influence world prices. The question remains: Will this week's data calm the market, or simply add fuel to the flames?

    The Wild Card

    A bearish cross has recently taken place on the hourly Slow Stochastic for this commodity, suggesting an impending downward correction is imminent. The bearish cross on the 4-hour MACD supports this notion. Forex traders involved with the commodities market might want to consider going short on Gold in the next few hours as an overwhelming amount of evidence suggests bearishness for the day. http://forexqs.blogspot.com/

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