Tuesday, May 25, 2010

S&P500 day trading course NY open

S&P500 day trading course NY open  Tensions over N. Korea could add momentum to this direction. [caption id="attachment_2297" align="alignleft" width="203" caption="S&P500 day trading course 30 min chart"]S&P500 day trading course 30 min chart[/caption] First resistance on 1051.25, 1061.25 with some congestion around 1057.25- 1059 Looking for a retest of yesterdays previous low 1036.25 1st Support at 1029.50 Next Support is 11019.75 Extreme Low of 1019.75, below here we can fall far.  News will move this market, manage your risk at all times. Market will more than likely retrace and make a move after London closes. Open Gaps 1072.25 , 1112 and 1156.

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Forex day trading EURO falling Korean tension

The USDJPY traded at 90.01 as the MSCI Asia Pacific Index shares dropped 1.7% boosting demand for JPY as a refuge. Increasing concerns about a slowdown in economic growth weigh on stocks and when stocks fall, investors rush to sell cross currencies against the JPY as a knee-jerk reaction. The USDKRW rose 3.2% to 1,264.35 after North Korea ordered military bodies to prepare for battles and US and South Korea will practice anti-submarine maneuvers and interdicting vessels as a result. The AUDUSD fell to 0.8214 and AUDJPY declined 0.8% to 74.07 for a second day as investors sold higher-yielding assets on concern Europe's debt crisis will worsen and amid reports of escalating tensions between North and South Korea. The AUD slid after North Korea ordered the country's military to get ready for combat and as iron-ore prices dropped before steelmakers in China and South Korea meet today in Beijing to discuss raw material prices. NZDUSD was at 0.6684 and NZDJPY weakened to 60.26 as Fonterra forecast its milk price payout will rise 8.2% in 2011. The EURJPY fell 0.5% to 111.12 while EURUSD dropped to 1.2315 for a second day as signs the EU's debt crisis is spreading revived concern the recovery will slow. The EUR dropped against 13 of its 16 major counterparts as the IMF urged Spain to do more to overhaul its ailing banks, adding to speculation financial institutions in the area face more losses. The IMF backed Spain's plans to rein in its budget deficit with the deepest spending cuts in three decades. IMF said that the banking industry remains under pressure and the Bank of Spain should be prepared to intervene promptly if pockets of weakness remain. Four Spanish banks plan to combine to form the nation's fifth-largest financial group with more than 135 billion EUR in assets, as regulators push ailing lenders to merge with stronger partners. The EURGBP declined 1.1% to 0.8569, the most in almost two weeks; GBPJPY climbed 0.1% to 129.32 and GBPUSD decrease [...]

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