Mike Paterson: well done Ralph and I'm glad we can help - October 31st, 2014 06:31:17 AM
Ralph R: Done trading for the year! more than doubled my moneybon this trend. I can't see USDJPY making any new real highs if a TP rally starts too abruptly. Thanks FXL! Couldn't have accomplished my goals without you guys. - October 31st, 2014 05:55:59 AM
JohnTanner: S&P Futures posted a new all time record high. Amazing. What correction?!... Can the S&P open in new record territory ? Easy short for some 10 handles if US markets bring a bit of moderation on the opening. But it's crazy out there... - October 31st, 2014 06:25:59 AM
hrumsch: Thank you for the update, Eamonn! I'm normally not a price chaser but this time I bought quite high in three Yen crosses (Aussie, Euro, Dollar) and they are all deep in the green pips. - October 31st, 2014 05:45:25 AM
George: hi eamonn well the usd/yen shot up past 110.50 ... and once europe opens, what would be guesstimate be on how high it may go? - October 31st, 2014 05:28:46 AM
Eamonn Sheridan: Nicely done Peter - the early bird and all that! - October 31st, 2014 05:16:12 AM
Peter: Good thing I'm an early riser, but usually its 5.30 am, but fortuitously got up at 4.30 am this morning. As the news hit I was looking at the Nasdaq 100 and looking to go long, suffice to say I am now long Nasdaq at 4112 and long GBP/JPY 175.63. What a stroke of luck!!! - October 31st, 2014 05:12:37 AM
Afrowoman: Thanks John, I thought it had been sorted back then when testing returned all clear. - October 31st, 2014 05:04:46 AM
Nachiket: eamonn what do you make out of this news. In general i want to know your opinion on the kiwi/dollar. is it still bearish or the medium term picture is changing. I see the market is taking good support at 7770 and this may just be start of a rebound till 8300 - October 31st, 2014 04:37:00 AM
John Tanner: Here is the news: http://www.ft.com/fastft/228952/china-lifts-ban-on-fonterra-milk-powder http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-30/yen-near-6-year-low-on-report-gpif-to-boost-foreign-securities.html - October 31st, 2014 04:30:50 AM
Afrowoman: Thanks, I wasn't even aware there was a ban. I didn't sell my USD last night as the price had gone down against the Kiwi - October 31st, 2014 04:01:06 AM
biscotti: years ago,the rule of thumb was the later the confirmation of "no change"...the greater the likelihood of change,curious as to whether something in the works....probably just paranoia - October 31st, 2014 04:22:05 AM
grasshopper: eheheh naughty naughty, eamonn man, what happened to my lifestyle? all but memories now. buddhism will do that to you. but it's a good thing. - October 31st, 2014 04:11:24 AM
Claudio JArdim: Great vídeo. Keep'em coming! - October 31st, 2014 03:08:10 AM
Lproject92: @david I'm intrigued to ask where this place is. Great video Greg. - October 31st, 2014 01:03:08 AM
David: Greg, would it be possible to have your very useful contributions in written form as well as, or instead of, video form please? I live on a very remote island. It's peaceful here, with mountains, lakes and sheep, but very low tech. We use satellite broadband, which is expensive. If my son catches me watching videos he wants to do the same. If he starts watching videos it uses up my broadband allocation pdq. My trading is getting profitable but not yet profitable enough to cover the cost of unlimited broadband in this part of the world. Result: my entire family agrees to try to avoid watching videos. I imagine that there are others out there who would find it easier to access textual information than video information. Not all parts of the world are hi-tech yet! A quick summary of your key points would suffice and would be much appreciated. - October 31st, 2014 12:18:15 AM
Eamonn Sheridan: Not bad money is it, Ben? - October 31st, 2014 01:19:50 AM
Ben: If only Eamonn, What are the chances of Glen Stevens actually doing anything he is paid to do? I mean 1 million/year is pretty good for not actually having to do anything at all... - October 31st, 2014 01:13:04 AM
Yet Another Ryan: The Au tourism dept and education departments take their sweet time to release statistics -- the new growth industries since mining investment died and the data is months old. Visitor Arrivals and International Student enrollment has stale data from August. We need fresh people, fresh data.. - October 31st, 2014 12:25:07 AM
BigVern: Thanks Eamonn! - October 31st, 2014 12:00:24 AM
Eamonn Sheridan: No set time from the BOJ Vern ... someitme after 0230GMT, though given its just a one-day meeting it may well be a little later today - around 0330GMT seems most likely - October 30th, 2014 11:56:48 PM
BigVern: Do we know what time we can expect the rate decision or is it just as when? - October 30th, 2014 11:49:18 PM
Eamonn Sheridan: Keep it down Vern ... we're trying to sleep here Yeah , v muted indeed - October 30th, 2014 11:48:06 PM
BigVern: Did news come out? That was a muted reaction! - October 30th, 2014 11:37:07 PM
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