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Here’s the market outlook for the week:

EURUSD
Dominant bias: Neutral
On September 18 and 19, this pair made a faint bullish attempt, only to come down on September 20 (and then went upwards on September 21 and 22). Since there is no conspicuous victory between bull and bear, the market remains in a neutral region. There is a need for price to go above the resistance line at 1.2050 (staying above it); or go below the support line at 1.1850 (staying below it). That is when there would be a directional bias.

USDCHF
Dominant bias: Bullish
This pair has generated a bullish signal, owing to a visible bullish effort that was made last week. Price first consolidated in the first few days of the week, and then rose upwards. Further rise is possible this week, as the resistance levels at 0.9700, 0.9750 and 0.9800 are targeted. A drop below the support level at 0.9650 would force the market back into a neutral territory, while a drop below the support level at 0.9500 would end in a strong bearish bias. 

GBPUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
GBPUSD consolidated throughout last week – albeit in the context of an uptrend. Price has gained roughly 700 pips this month, and there are chances to gain more. The distribution territory at 1.3650 (which was tested last week) would be breached to the upside, as price goes for other distribution territories for the rest of September. The outlook on GBP pairs remain bullish for this week. 
 
USDJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
This trading instrument went upwards by 150 pips last week, testing the supply level at 112.50 and then getting corrected a bit lower. There is a clean Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market, which signals further bullish movement this week. The supply levels at 112.50, 113.00 and 113.50 might be reached before the end of the month. The demand levels at 111.50 and 111.00 would impede bearish attacks along the way.   

EURJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
This cross has become bullish in the long-term and in the short-term. Last week price went upwards by 190 pips, and then followed a shallow correction on Friday. Following the shallow correction would be a rise towards the north, as price slashes the supply zones at 134.00, 134.50 and 135.00 to the upside (possibly exceeding them). The outlook on JPY pairs is strongly bullish for this week.   

GBPJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
The market gained about 1,100 pips this month, before the bearish correction that was witnessed on Friday. Further bearish correction could take place, but it should not be significant enough to result in a bearish bias (JPY pairs are mostly expected to go upwards this week). The bearish correction would end up giving opportunities to join the existing bullish trend, at better prices. A gain of 200 – 300 pips is anticipated before the end of September.

This forecast is concluded with the quote below:

“Trading goes best when it is yoked to rewards… that are independent of the most recent trading results.” - Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D.

Source: www.tallinex.com



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Advertise Your Business Free / Soko La Pesa: Load your PayPal account with a credit card
« Last post by M_J on September 21, 2017, 08:58:36 AM »
How To
1) Calculate the total
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4) Recieve the money
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Football / Re: Sokker.ORG - Online football manager game
« Last post by jenniferjudy225 on September 21, 2017, 08:30:50 AM »
I just LOVE to play Football Manager video games, I spent hours seeking out marvel children, trying to find bargains, reaching information and so forth... But a few days in the past, I ask myself if there has been any online football supervisor sport that REALLY will pay you to play.
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Career Advice / Weekly Trading Forecasts for Major Pairs (September 18 - 22, 2017)
« Last post by analyst75 on September 18, 2017, 03:59:28 PM »
Here’s the market outlook for the week:

EURUSD
Dominant bias: Neutral
The market is bullish in the long-term and neutral in the short-term. There was a slight bearish movement last week, but that was not significant. This week, price would either go above the resistance line at 1.2050, to strengthen the long-term bullish outlook; or price go below the support line at 1.1850 (which was tested last week), staying below it, to bring about a short-term bearish bias.

USDCHF
Dominant bias: Neutral
USDCHF is bearish in the long-term, but neutral in the short-term. From Monday to Wednesday, price went upwards by more than 200 pips, to test the resistance level at 0.9700. However, price began to come downwards on Thursday and Friday, thus rendering the short-term bullishness of the market vulnerable. To bring about a clean bullish bias, there is a need for the market to go upwards this week, staying above the resistance level at 0.9700; otherwise a strong bearish movement would result in a bearish bias. Movements between the resistance levels at 0.9700 and the support level at 0.9500 would enable the neutrality of the market to continue.

GBPUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
This trading instrument has become seriously bullish. Price has gone upwards by 680 pips this month, and there is much room for it to go upwards this week. The instrument has closed just below the distribution territory at 1.3600 on Friday. The distribution territories at 1.3600, 1.3650 and 1.3700 would be reached this week (even if there would be any reversals later).

USDJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
USDJPY is bullish in the short-term, but bearish in the long-term. The market went bearish in the first week of this month and went bullish last week, generating a bullish signal. There is a possibility that the supply levels at 111.00 (which was tested last week), and 111.50 would be reached. On the other hand, there is a stronger possibility that price would go bearish this week, so the demand levels at 110.00, 109.50 and 109.00 could be reached this week. 

EURJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
The market rose from the demand zone at 130.00, and went upwards to test the supply zone at 133.00. This has resulted in a bullish bias, and further bullish movement could be seen as price makes more attempt to continue going northwards. However, the outlook on JPY pairs is bearish for this week, and EURJPY may also experience a vivid pullback before the end of the week, and that is something that could bring about a bearish bias on the market.   

GBPJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
Last week, GBPJPY proved to be the strongest moving pair among JPY pairs. Price gained more than 820 pips, causing a huge Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market. Further bullish movement could be seen this week, taking price towards another supply zones at 151.00 and 151.50. Then, there is a high probability of a large pullback before the end of this week, owing to a bearish expectation on JPY pairs.


This forecast is concluded with the quote below:

“Over the years, I've had the most profitable results by always making an attempt to receive pay for the risk I am taking. I want to be paid to trade.” – Joe Ross

Source: www.tallinex.com



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Career Advice / Weekly Trading Forecasts for Major Pairs (September 11 - 15, 2017)
« Last post by analyst75 on September 11, 2017, 02:01:51 PM »
Here’s the market outlook for the week:

EURUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
The pair went upwards last week, gaining about 200 pips. Price moved briefly above the resistance line at 1.2050, and then closed below it on Friday. There is a strong bullish outlook on EUR pairs this week, and therefore, the pair is supposed to continue to go upwards, gaining at least, another 200 pips. There would be pauses and occasional corrections along the way, but the movement this week would generally be bullish.

USDCHF
Dominant bias: Bearish
USDCHF is bearish, both in the long-term and the short-term. Price went downwards by 150 pips, tested and breached the resistance level at 0.9450. The pair is now under the resistance level at 0.9450, targeting the support levels at 0.9400, 0.9350 and 0.9300. USDCHF cannot be expected to rally meaningfully as long as EURUSD is strong. Therefore, the bias is bearish for this week, and long trades are not currently rational.   

GBPUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
GBPUSD has become bullish after rallying by more than 280 pips last week, testing the distribution territory at 1.3200, and closing slightly below it. There is a Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market and price is thus expected to continue going upwards this week, reaching the distribution territories 1.3250, 1.3300 and 1.3350. These distribution territories may even be exceeded as price moves further upwards.

USDJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
This currency trading instrument dropped about 210 pips last week, testing the demand level at 107.50 and closing above it. Since the high of July 11, price has dropped 660 pips and there is much room to drop more. Nonetheless, the outlook on JPY pairs is bullish for this week, and while the demand levels at 107.00, 106.50 and 106.00 could be reached, there is also a high possibility of a strong rally before the end of the week. 

EURJPY
Dominant bias: Neutral
Unlike USDJPY, this cross rather consolidated last week, refusing to assume a bearish movement. One reason behind this is the fact that EUR is strong in its own right and its strength versus strength of JPY are almost equal (hence the short-term equilibrium phase in the market). Price is going to move out of balance this week, as JPY becomes weaker eventually, allowing this cross to rally massive before the end of the week. 

GBPJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
This trading instrument is bearish in the long-term, but neutral in the short-term. Price has done nothing except to zigzag upwards and downward. The market environment is quite choppy and it would be better to wait until it either goes above the supply zone at 142.60 (staying above it); or it goes the demand zone at 141.10 (staying below it). Until one of these two conditions are met, price would remain directionless in the short-term. The most probable direction this week is towards the north.


This forecast is concluded with the quote below:

“How often you win isn’t important. How much you win is.” – Rayner Teo 

Source: www.tallinex.com





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Career Advice / Weekly Trading Forecasts for Major Pairs (September 4 - 8, 2017)
« Last post by analyst75 on September 03, 2017, 11:02:11 AM »
Here’s the market outlook for the week:

EURUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
EURUSD is bullish in the long-term and bearish in the short-term. Price went upwards on Monday and Tuesday, testing the resistance line at 1.2050. After that, a serious bearish correction took place as price went down by roughly 200 pips after the aforementioned resistance line was touched. This week, any rallies would meet a strong opposition at that resistance line of 1.2050. On the other hand, price may also target the support lines at 1.1850 and 1.1800.

USDCHF
Dominant bias: Neutral
This pair has been consolidating for 5 week – hence the current neutral bias on the market. Price has oscillated between the support level at 0.9450 and the resistance level at 0.9650. For the current neutral bias to end, there is a need for price to either cross the resistance level at 0.9750 to the upside or move below the support level 0.9450, staying below it. Either of this is expected to happen this week, for there would be a rise in momentum.   

GBPUSD
Dominant bias: Bearish
GBPUSD is bearish in the long-term, though it consolidated throughout last week. There is an expectation of some bearish movement this week, which may make price test the accumulation territories at 1.2900, 1.2850 and 1.2800. However, given the current price action, some bullish effort may enable price to go upwards by around 100 – 150 pips, but the upwards movement would be limited.

USDJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
USDJPY us generally bearish, but the recent bullish effort has resulted in a threat to the bearish trend. Last week, price tested the demand level at 108.50 and then bounced upwards, reaching the supply level at 110.50. On Friday, the market closed above the demand level at 110.00, and this has become a threat to the bearish outlook on the market. A movement above the supply level at 111.00 would result in a bullish bias; while a movement below the demand level at 109.00 would lay more emphasis in the overall bearish outlook.

EURJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
This cross pair went upwards last week to test the supply zone at 131.50. After that, price got corrected lower, closing below the supply zone at 131.00. However, there is still a Bullish Confirmation Pattern in the market, which cannot be rendered invalid unless price drops by 200 pips from its current location. The movement of the market for this week would largely be determined by whatever happens to Yen.

GBPJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
Over the long-term, GBPJPY is bearish, but a bullish signal has been generated in the 4-hour chart. The bullish signal was brought about by the fact that price gained about 230 pips last week, leading to a bullish outlook of this week. Further weakness in Yen may enable the supply zones at 143.50, 144.00 and 144.50, to be tested this week. Nonetheless, any display of stamina by Yen would impede the expected bullish movement. 


This forecast is concluded with the quote below:

“…The real Holy Grail in trading is proper risk management. All of the successful traders I know follow a few specific, even conservative, risk management rules.” – Rick Wright

Source: www.tallinex.com





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Here’s the market outlook for the week:

EURUSD
Dominant bias: Bullish
This pair is neutral in the short-term, but bullish in the long-term. Price moved sideways from Monday to Thursday, and then broke upwards on Friday.  Price gained roughly 150 pips that day, closing above the support line at 1.1900. The bullish movement could take price towards the resistance lines at 1.1950 and 1.2000. The resistance line at 1.2000 would try to impede any bullish movement beyond it, for the outlook on EURUSD is bearish for this week (following some visible bullish effort).

USDCHF
Dominant bias: Neutral
USDCHF is bearish in the long-term, and neutral in the near-term. The market consolidated mostly last week, save for the bearish breakout that was witnessed on August 25. Since the movement of this pair is dictated by whatever happens to EURUSD, it is expected that further downwards movement would be witnessed as long as EURUSD goes upwards. This can enable price to go below the support lines at 0.9550 and 0.9500, thus ending the ongoing near-term neutrality. A sharp drop in EURUSD price would bring about a meaningful rally on USDCHF. 

GBPUSD
Dominant bias: Bearish
Since the beginning of this month, GBPUSD has lost about 450 pips, going southwards. There is a Bearish Confirmation Pattern in the market, which could not be threaten by the rally that took place at the end of last week. In fact, the rally would act as a good opportunity to sell short at slightly higher prices, for the outlook on GBPUSD is bearish for this week. In September, GBP pairs would be mostly bearish (though some rallies would be witnessed in certain cases).

USDJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
This trading instrument was caught in an equilibrium phase last week – though the major outlook on the market is bearish. The weakness in USD has prevented a meaningful rally in the market, and bullish effort would continually be thwarted as price goes further downwards. Further bearish movement is anticipated this week, for the demand levels at 109.00, 108.50 and 108.00 would be aimed. Rallies should either be ignored or approached with caution.

EURJPY
Dominant bias: Bullish
Both in the short-term and the long-term, this cross is bullish. Some conspicuous rally attempt was started at the beginning of last week, and that culminated in a strong rally that was seen on Friday, as price closed at 130.45. A “buy” signal has already been generated, and that may enable price to go upwards by another 200 pips this week. However, the outlook on JPY pairs is bearish for this week and for September, and thus, whatever goes up on EURJPY cross will eventually come down. 

GBPJPY
Dominant bias: Bearish
GBPJPY was quite choppy in July. Nonetheless a smooth bearish movement began in August, and price has been going steadily southwards since the beginning of the month, losing 700 pips. On Thursday and Friday, some bullish correction was seen, but that has paled into insignificance when compared to the overall bearish bias on the market. This week, price is supposed to continue its bearish movement. The demand zones at 140.50, 140.00 and 139.50 would be reached. They may even be exceeded.


This forecast is concluded with the quote below:

“Trading is a collaborative endeavour between you and the market. The market offers up opportunities on a regular never ending cycle and you decide what you will do with these opportunities. There is no enemy in this transaction; it is a symbiotic relationship and a failure to accept this is at the root of many of the problems that traders have.” – Chris Tate

Source: www.tallinex.com


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Kenyan News and Politics / Presidential Petition
« Last post by biztalk.co.ke on August 27, 2017, 02:15:12 AM »
I think NASA has built a good case against IEBC. Though the success rate is low.
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