Technical levels 26 July

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Good morning

I see we are all over the shop again. This market is looking more and more like a coin toss everyday.

Here are the levels for today.

26-07-2013 08-51-32

Author: Ryan Littlestone

Ryan Littlestone has been working in financial markets for more than 20 years. Wide-eyed, he stepped out of Bank station in London to join LME founding member Rudolf Wolff where he worked his way to the main order desk and brokered customer orders to the LME floor and across virtually every global market. An opportunity to help set up and run a new LIFFE floor operation saw him catch the trading bug and it wasn’t long before the pull of the pits was too great to refuse. He became a ‘local’ and has been trading his own account for more than 11 years.


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  1. Thanks Ryan. This chart really comes in handy. A quick look on a printed page and you know all the main levels straight away.

  2. No problem Mario. Just bear in mind we make it all up as we go along though, like my esteemed colleagues order board. ;-)

  3. It´s summer… i hope market will be back in normal condition before september. By the way Ryan GBP/JPY just hit H4 trendline, something to look at

  4. @ e what is the summer and what is the september for market . if we r loosing in summer that means we will loose again in

  5. GBP/JPY H4 trend line holds and AUD/JPY also seems to have strong buying interest….

  6. Hi e. Good spot, I see that.

  7. How would you advise on a GBP/USD short at 1.5441 levels considering it a strong resistance.


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