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  • Still sligthly long, but will hedge 100% towards the weekend [Updated 04/21 10:08 CET];
  • Limit sell orders in EUR/USD from ytd cancelled- will reconcider price level to sell [Updated 04/20 10:12 CET];
  • USD/SEK still eyes 8.90 which means the EUR/USD can still push higher towards the pivot's R1 at 1.076 [Updated 04/19 10:08 CET];
  • Line in the sand now is 1.07/0750 which is formed by historical lows at 0.8 and thereabouts. While I still see risk to the downside until July, I'm eager to increase longs a bit during this impulsive upthrust from last weeks low [Updated 04/11 17:13 CET];

    Key Levels

    Key Dates

    February 22-April 21 time band significant gathering of geocosmic signatures this year;

    March 2, was the granddaddy of all geocosmic signatures related to the culmination of primary or greater cycles unfolds;

    April 8, key geocosmic period. (TradingDaze)

    April 14, projected low for S&P (Bill Meridian)

    April 25, projected low for S&P (Norm Winski)


    Themes afecting the EUR/USD

    These themes are taken from the Advisory Opinon Aggregator.  At FXStreet, we read all the material published at our site and pick the key bearish and a bullish arguments expressed by our dedicated contributors on several asset classes.

    I use these themes as a guide for my lon-term positioning and control of exposure. I'm currently biased towards a bearish development in the EUR/USD based on the below arguments.

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    Bearish Themes for the USD

    Inflation in the Eurozone hitting 2%- by Hussein Sayed

    Regulatory changes in U.S. money market, by Axel Merk

    The stall in US interest rates- by Boris Schlossberg

    Globalization has driven countries to desire a weaker currency, including the USA, by Alan Hill

    OECD models see the euro at nearly 25% undervalued, by Marc Chandler

    A depreciation of the dollar would reduce pressures on countries with fixed exchange rates and external debt- ny Northern Trust Economic Research Dep.

    China threats to sell U.S. Treasuries, by Kathy Lien, Barbara Rockefeller

    Donald Trump’s proposed fiscal stimulus and investment infrastructure failing to keep up with market expectations- by Lukman Otunuga, by KBC Market Research Desk

    Dollar strength could become a threat to US competitiveness- by Kathleen Brooks

    The US dollar is vulnerable to a trade war with China, by Barbara Rockefeller

    USD strengthening tends to be up to and at the beginning of a hiking cycle, thereafter a correction- by Danske Research Team

    The dollar is ready to begin its 15 year super cycle decline, by LikesMoney

    Interest rates in part of the rest of the world may have reached their lows- by Axel Merk

    Bullish Themes for the USD

    A viable and compelling alternative to the USD does not exist today- by Marc Chandler

    Trump administration's verbal intervention to weaken the USD can backfire- by Joel Kruger, Kathleen Brooks

    The border tax adjustment is seen by many as automatically spurring a significant dollar appreciation- by Marc Chandler

    Repatriation would be an overall supportive factor, however modest, for the US dollar- by Wells Fargo Research Team, AceTrader Team, by Raoul Pal

    Divergence of monetary policy may continue to widen- by Hussein Al Sayed, Marc Chandler

    Relative health of the financial/banking system in the US, 

    Uncertainty surrounding this year's elections in Europe

    Euro’s existence could be threatened by default scares in Italy and the failure of Deutsche Bank- by Harry S. Dent

    Capital outflows from the eurozone are the biggest so far this year than any other time in 14 years- by Barbara Rockefeller

    There is a shortage of offshore dollar funding -the Eurodollar maket- by Raoul Pal

    US dollar index is still developing a long-term impulsive wave - by David Solin

    Bearish Themes for the EURO

    Core inflation is it will be 0.9% on average this year and only go slightly above 1.0% at the very end of the year- by Danske Research Team

    Lautensclaeger, a hawk, [...] is a loner inside the dovish Executive Committee, by KBC Market Research Desk

    Le Pen is likely to keep upward pressure on French bond yields, and this political risk premium could weigh further on the euro- by Kathleen Brooks

    Greece's debt crisis returning with a vengeance could encourage bearish traders to attack the EURUSD incessantly- by Lukman Otunuga, David Johnson

    Geert Wilders, candidate in the Dutch election stated his intention, if elected, to take the Dutch out of the EU- by Alan Hill

    ECB extending its QE programme and presenting a dovish tone at their December meeting- By Jarratt Davis

    Bullish Themes for the EURO

    Federal Reserve and ECB monetary policy should not diverge so noticeably- by Jasper Lawler, Barbara Rockefeller

    Draghi acknowledged that deflation forces were almost vanquished- by Marc Chandler

    The Eurozone is hardly sclerotic—it's getting the same boost the US got from QE- by Barbara Rockefeller 

    If traders think that a taper is due and needed, then the euro will benefit- by Chuck Butler

    Bank's clients may well decide to no longer seek a U.S. dollar loan, but instead a euro-denominated loan, or a loan denominated in their home country's currency- by Axel Merk


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    Performance Statistics (Corporate Account)

    Since inception - january 2017 (updated EOM):


    Equity Growth: 0.6%

    Total pips: 2,524

    Drawdown: -1.59%

    Avg pips/day: 50


    Trades/day: 2.5

    Win rate: 97%

    Avg win: 20 pips

    Avg loss: 11 pips



    Updated 31st Mar. 2017


    Performance Statistics (Personal Account)

    Since inception - March 2015(updated EOM):


    Growth: 20.5%

    Total pips: 19,617

    Drawdown: -28.5%

    Avg pips/day: 49


    Trades/day: 2.1

    Win rate: 94.5%

    Avg win: 42 pips

    Avg loss: 310 pips



    Updated 31st Mar. 2017


    The Method Explained

    The trading methodology is technical discretionary with strong enphasis on risk management: control of used and available margin, effective leverage, and position sizing. It is meant to capture the most amount of pips from the constant intraday price oscillations in the EUR/USD while keeping the floating draw down at bay. There is no use of stop loss orders for each trade, instead, the risk is managed as a whole, for the entire position.

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