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Sentiment - Market Indicators (Introduction)

Posted 06-30-2010 at 12:00 AM by Magic
Updated 07-01-2010 at 08:23 PM by Magic (Fixed Links)

This entry into the Sentiment Section covers several Market Indicators based on Market Sentiment. My purpose is to organize and provide charts for the major ones so anyone intersted can find those they think will help with analyzing their particular market. I've covered many of these some time ago and my novice understanding shines through. I will update them (with my improved novice understanding ) and add some others as I continue this section.

The basics are that the market rises...
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Chinese takeaway anyone?

Posted 02-15-2010 at 07:37 AM by TheRagsToRichesStory (Graeme's Rags to Riches Trading Blog)

Hi all

As I get back into the swing of things I thought I would restart posting news items I see as being important.

So as the Chinese start to takeaway - or at least limit the ability of their Banks to lend fearing an assets bubble, I thougt this article is quite interesting.

I would never advocate taking a position based on one fundamental fact - but personally I like to keep my ear to the ground as it can at least give a bias on trend direction....
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5 Reasons for USD rally

Posted 07-30-2009 at 01:08 AM by TheRagsToRichesStory (Graeme's Rags to Riches Trading Blog)

As ever a great article summarising current USD strength from Kathy which suggests that it should last for the rest of the week at least.

Graeme

5 Reasons Why the Dollar Rallied | Kathy Lien | FX360.com
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Risk aversion and commodities

Posted 07-30-2009 at 01:04 AM by TheRagsToRichesStory (Graeme's Rags to Riches Trading Blog)

Hi all

Good article on the China announcement of restrictions in lending and how this has affected the risk appetite in the Far East and goes on to talk through currencies and commodity correlations.

Graeme

FT.com / Markets - Overview: Risk aversion rises on China bank fears
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