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Mostly long term trades using PA and sup / resistance, with a bit of news for spice. Moving into commodities right now.
I have been trading for since 2002. Like sailing and travel quite a bit.
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  • Squawk / 07 January 2015 at 14:59 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Both crude oil futures are on track to record the first day of gains in five ahead of the weekly energy report from the US Department of Energy at 15:30 GMT. Current surveys are pointing towards rising inventories of both crude and products. Also keep an eye on refinery activity as a slowdown there will be viewed as bearish as it could signal the beginning of the seasonal slowdown which will further increase supply of crude oil. Calendar:
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Fresh buying of WTI after making it above today's pivot at 48.62
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    A big jump in distillate and gasoline inventories more than offsetting a draw in crude inventories. Energy prices back on the defensive following this in what is...
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    The charts are showing a strong beginning to 2015 for US crude and gasoline inventories. Cushing inventories have been climbing for the past three months despite ongoing...
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    Neil_Flynn Neil_Flynn
    Alibaba's global expansion fails to take off, and the share price drops to $50 by December 2015
    bvlaerhoven bvlaerhoven
    Tesla loses more than 50% of its value as cheap oil reduces the demand for batteries. The gigafactory turns out to be Musks Waterloo.
    bvlaerhoven bvlaerhoven
    Putin and Obama becoming best friends!

    Nothing works better than a good old Russian invasion somewhere to raise oil prices. Obama sees the opportunity and talks tough...
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    Fxspinner Fxspinner
    What about the AAA?
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    I do not know what you mean about the AAA
  • Editor’s Picks / 05 November 2014 at 11:45 GMT

    ECB must heed Japanese lesson

    Japan slid into deflation in 1999 and has been there ever since, notwithstanding the latest efforts of the Bank of Japan to attain a 2% inflation target via its surprise quantitative easing move last week. As the Eurozone edges perilously close to its own deflation trap, the European Central Bank's room for manoeuvre has been compromised and, says Mark Gilbert, its own CPI target of just under 2% looks as unattainable as ever despite the stimulus of the covered bond purchase programme. Only government bond purchases on a grander scale than those of the 2010-12 period might achieve the desired result.
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    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    Bond purchases by central banks do nothing more than to further misguided debt assumption and mal investment-Later to be cleared by the natural market economics of deflation....
    fxtime fxtime
    I so agree Jim :-)
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    I find it hard to understand how QE can both be highly deflationary and inflationary according to two different camps of opponents. One of the camps must...
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