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93.78 -0.30    -0.32%
21/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Sep 17
Underlying: US Dollar Index
  • Prev. Close: 94.08
  • Open: 94.10
  • Day's Range: 93.67 - 94.17
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US Dollar Index 93.78 -0.30 -0.32%
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Prev. Close94.08
MonthSep 17
Tick Size0.01
Open94.1
Contract Size1,000 x Index
Tick Value10
Day's Range93.67 - 94.17
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolDX
52 wk Range93.67 - 103.81
Settlement Day09/18/2017
Point Value1 = $1000
1-Year Change - 3.84%
Last Rollover Day06/18/2017
MonthsHMUZ

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Engulfing Bearish 1M 6 Jan 17
Deliberation Bearish 1M 7 Dec 16
Three Outside Up 1M 13 Jun 16
Bullish Engulfing 1M 14 May 16
Three Black Crows 1W 26 Jan 15, 2017

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  Real-time CFD 93.78 - - - -0.32% USD 21/07  
  NYSE 93.77 0.00 0.00 15,570 -0.37% USD 21/07  

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Kavika 10 hours ago
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What if you can look at the chart and you know why each move happen? https://invst.ly/4ivsa
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Just did
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haitham haugen 9 hours ago
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When the cpi report was released it was 1.7%.. what was the previous at?! Higher than 1.7%?!
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Kavika Lotomau
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haitham haugen it's been declining since march. but yea, here, check it out :  https://www.investing.com/economic-calendar/core-cpi-736
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One wise trader told me once that fundamentals are based on technicals not the opposite. I'm sure that one trend line broke, it could be on monthly chart and since then cpi reports have been declining. Trust me, when a triangle or break line breaks in the opposite direction then the cpi reports will start to be better.
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Kavika Lotomau
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Core cpi is all I'm looking for to confirm bottom for dxy. Last report came out as expected. Don't be surprised that on the next report it goes up. Remember, aunty Yellen said that this is only temporary. :)
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Kavika Lotomau
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94.90*
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I'm not talking bottoms here, only a shift of trend.
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haitham haugen
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Kavika, Just look at your chart, daily weekly and play TREND LINES. Forget about yellen, Draghi, cpi core fomc and all this nonsense. Keep it simple. I'm not saying that they dont affect the market, well, the do, but the prise will stop at a certain level, and then reverse again following the original trend ( spikes) you toke a hit on one of those. Many thought that the 94.26 was a bottom looking at there indicators(another distraction).. I guess you bought at 94.5, Draghi talks 94.98 just a wick up. Don't ignore long term investment. So yeah, go for a bottom and top fishing, and play in the middle to support ur investment.
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Kavika, not to be rude. You seem like a great guy, I've been in this game over 30 years and seen traders try and pick the bottom over and over again <as you put it change of trend>. I had to become disciplined to make money, one of my many rules is never go against trends UNTIL it is a clear reversal.....otherwise be patient. I wish you luck, anything can happen....but I know the trend is my friend for now. GL
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Kavika Lotomau
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Dave Keck Thanks! I appreciate your advice. GL to you as well.
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clong trade 18 hours ago
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see u guys at 90 on thursday since there is no rate hike
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Golden Miner
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Hard to say because every rate hike we've had lately dollar goes down when they hike could be a surprise rate hike this time to push equities down
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