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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 112.61
  • Bid/Ask: 112.08 / 112.23
  • Day's Range: 111.94 - 112.95
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Dollar heads for 3-day losing streak By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017 1

Investing.com - The U.S. dollar headed for a third-day of losses against major currencies on Friday, as US new home sales missed expectations while consumer confidence marginally beat analysts’ ...

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Forex - Dollar index pares losses after U.S. data By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - The dollar pared losses against other major currencies on Friday, after the release of mixed U.S. economic reports, while the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s latest policy ...

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U.S. new home sales rise less than expected By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - U.S. new home sales rose less than expected in January, although they recovered from a sharp drop at the end of 2016, official data showed on Friday. In a report, the U.S. Commerce ...

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Forex - Dollar hits one-week lows vs. other majors By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - The dollar hit one-week lows against other major currencies on Friday, as investors eyed the release of U.S. new home sales and consumer sentiment data due later in the day and as the ...

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Forex - Dollar index edges lower, U.S. data ahead By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - The dollar edged lower other major currencies on Friday, as investors eyed the release of U.S. new home sales and consumer sentiment data due later in the day and as the minutes of the...

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Global stocks mixed to lower, dollar flat   By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing,com - Asia mixed to lower. Nikkei 225 off 0.45%. Yen slightly lower vs. the dollar.Europe mostly lower. DAX off 0.29%. FTSE 100 down 0.21%. (LON:RBS) off 1.52% after 2016 loss. U.S. stock ...

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Dollar flat, set for weekly losses after Fed minutes   By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - The dollar was flat Friday and looked poised to post losses for the week after the latest Fed meeting minutes.The dollar index was off 0.10% at 100.85 at 03:15 ET. The euro edged ...

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Forex - Dollar little changed, Fed minutes still weigh By Investing.com - Feb 24, 2017

Investing.com - The dollar was little changed against other major currencies on Friday, as the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting continued to weigh on the greenback, as well...

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Greg We
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How many of guys thought about whether you are trading in a low latency enviroment. How fast are you gathering your information. It is important. If you are in a high latency enviroment, you will always be behind. How could one overcome such a disadvantage. I would definitely be thinking longer term in a high latency enviroment.
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2-hour and 4-hour relative strength index and momentum showing promises for the bulls next week. This pair will not drop too much before a rise. Even the weekly candlestick could close in red next week, it's not without a rise first during the week. Plenty of profit opportunities but don't get too greedy.
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am getting addicted to this forum. cant help to look even durng weekend. i read some open positions left by new friends during the weekend. just some suggestions for our new traders: 1. never leave any open position during weekend, you can save on swaps, and you are not worried whether it will gap up or down, or in your favor or not. there were mondays before where the gaps were really big and can wipe out accounts and even worse, you end up owing a big amount to your broker (if the broker doesnt have any negative balance protection). this can happen with over leveraged accounts and with free margins almost zero or even negative during friday close. ......
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Super Rich
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What's the plan Greg ? I closed my position on Friday, closed the short @112 and then were long, closed @ 112.12. Tempted to leave the long open but felt it too risky:) If all My days were like Friday I'd be super,super,super rich !
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What has been trend since the middle of January. Some will argue up and down.. I would say the trend since the middle of January is consolidation. Range basically is 112 to 115. Until I see or someone else has a valid fundamental reason to break this range, their analysis blo wssss. Guess what else is range bound in consolidation mode, the tnote, lol, the debt markets will continue to lead this pairs future, can be tricky to follow sometimes, but at the same time it mitigates losses and allows you to join the correct side and you can recover your losses that occur. So as on now I think at some point in time we will head back towards 115 unless the tnote breaks up from this range. I think Yellen will make sure the yield heads up, to much is on the table. If the yield dont go up her plan fails, and then a crash will come. So what would you do if you were Yellen. In order to keep the raising of interest rate illusion alive, she has to protect the yield.
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The trend has been to rob both buyers and sellers of their sls between the range of 112 and 115 over the last five to six weeks. To be more specific. In retrospect anyone that made a call over or under that range should retire from forex or take a break and do some learning. Just think about all those wrong calls over the last five weeks. I hope some of you take this to heart.
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Great analysis Greg, infinite amount of possibilities, that's what makes it so interesting:)
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Not trying to be a jerk, but I also read some analysis that included the fed raising rates soon. Horrible analysis to go against the established trend. The banks set that trend, they are the only players. What are the players saying. They are saying no rate hike until the middle of June as of now. If you believed in the Yellen's round of bs, that is your fault. The FedWatchTool allows you to know when Yellen is lying through her teeth. Once again someone with experience knows when the next interest rate hike will be.
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