Today’s orderboard

EUR/USD:  Bids 1.2970/90, some sell stops through 1.2970 ahead of bids 1.2950/60 (1.2949-38.2% of 1.2662/1.3127) and more sell stops below. Tech res 1.3010/15 (Tues high 1.3014), offers 1.3030/50 and 1.3080/00 (Dec 6 high 1.3087)

GBP/USD:  Bids 1.6080/90, 1.6055/65 (cloud top 1.6065, tankan line 1.6059), tech support 1.6015 (38.2% of 1.5828-1.6131 rally Nov-Dec rally) ahead of more bids 1.6000/10). Tech res 1.6120/25 (1.6124- 61.8% of Sep/Nov fall) some buy stops above ahead of better offers 1.6140/50

EUR/GBP: Offers 0.8080/90, tech res above 0.8120/25 (Dec 6 high 0.8123) .Bids/ tech supp 0.8045/55 (0.8046 cloud base 0.8054 200 day MA) and 0.8020/30 ahead of tech supp 0.7990/00 (100 day MA 0.7998)

USD/JPY: Bids 82.40/50 ahead of more bids 82.00/10 sell stops below through 82.00 and 81.85 but stronger bids 81.60/70, with more sell stops below through 81.50. Offers from 82.80(exporters) ahead of large offers 82.90/00 (barrier 83.00) very large buy stops just above. Ahead of tech res 83.25/35 ( 83.31  Apr 2 high)

EUR/JPY:  Offers  107.80/00 ahead of barrier (108), buy stops above. Ahead of tech res 108.30/40 (April 5 high 108.40). Bids 107.25/35 and 107.00/10, (tenkan line 106.97) likely sell stops just below ahead of bids/tech supp 106.50./60

AUD/JPY:  Bids 86.90/00, and 86.70/80.   Offers/tech  87.50/60 (87.58  March 27 high)

AUD/USD: Bids 1.0500/10 and 1.0460/70  ell stops below through 1.0450 ahead of more bids, 1.0400/15 (kijun line 1.0414, 100 day MA 1.0401,. Offers 1.040/50 (barrier 1.0550) large buy stops above both ahead of larger tech res 1.0560/70 (13 Sept high 1.0569, trend line res) and 1.0615/25 (Aug/Sept highs)

EUR/AUD: Bids 1.2300/10, possible sell stops through 1.2290 ahead of tech support 1.2265/750 (100 day MA 1.2273. Offers 1.2350/60 and 1.2380/00 ahead of tech res 1.2405/15 (1.2412- 200 day MA)

11 Comments

  1. Pete, what do you think about that head and shoulders pattern in EUR/USD clearly visible on H4 and daily charts or you would wait for evening what FED is about to decide. Cheers

  2. i’d wait till later Arnoldas,

  3. Pete, what resistance do you see for GBPJPY, please?

  4. Good morning Pete can you please put the orders for nzdusd up please?

  5. We don’t have any nzd/usd order info. if we did it would be up there.

  6. Thanks Gerry.

  7. @bobloblaw…the order board does not mean that price will religiously follow those limits. Strong offers does not necessarily outweigh current bids at that level. So if you interpreted it as absolute predictions and get burned, well that’s just a risk you took. No need for insults here. Just go somewhere else and learn to analyze. Pete, Jamie, Adam don’t tell anyone to take a certain position. Thanks fellows for your website. I do find it very informative.

  8. Go easy Tex

  9. @bobloblaw How much have you lost ? 10K ? 20K? 100K? 200K? :) ;)

  10. emmanuel none of the above. i’ve been saying over and over that i’ve been using what pete and a few people like dinesh on here as contrarian indicators. keep following your messiahs though. they make me money for the wrong reasons.

  11. Bob, This is my last comment on the subject but I was and am thinking like Emmanuel asked. Your posts only make you sound bitter, burned and unable to make analytical decisions so you come back with a child like attitude and blame anyone you can for misinterpretations you may have made that had a negative result for you. As far as hijacking your posts, I don’t have any reason to believe that but whatever. But, to come back and infer we are “idiots being milked” is just plain ignorant. To my knowledge no one here is PAYING these gentleman for any trade advisement. They provide there educated opinions usually with reasons attached. If you don’t want it or request it, leave it alone and let it be. Good day.

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