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Market Analysis
« on: 30. August 2019., 01:41:25 »


EUR/USD this week was somewhat bearish, as we saw the pair drop from 1:1150 towards 1:100 mark, it’s highly likely that we will see the pair recovery somewhat before closing out. It could be good time to go for buy here but overall trend is bearish, at least for present.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #1 on: 30. August 2019., 01:42:11 »


GBP/USD started off the week from high point but went down rather quickly as we saw the pair drop down 100 pips but then there was some recovery and it’s just running that way. It’s highly likely to stay in middle before the week closes out. So it will be good time to trade in either direction for short term.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #2 on: 30. August 2019., 01:43:51 »


USD/JPY is having another blended week with the pair going down and after that grabbing towards the last 24/36 hours of this current week. We are probably going to see it close out on high however generally speaking pattern also is currently at long last pushing up, so it could be great time to go for long particularly with more tightly cash the board.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #3 on: 30. August 2019., 01:46:31 »


EUR/JPY is running really level drawback and is almost certain to close the week in same zone too. It will be great time to go for shorts before the week finishes off and notwithstanding for long haul, if there is any force, it is reasonable to go for shorts absent much considerations by any means.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #4 on: 21. September 2019., 03:16:34 »


BTC was very much flat through this week with going down earlier during the week. It slipped inside the 10k bar but was able to pull it through again. Right now, it’s going to be to very much fix and for long term there is uncertainty but still overall it looks a good bet for buy.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #5 on: 21. September 2019., 03:18:59 »


ETH was bullish for past week as we saw it getting up nearly 20% during the week and looks set to continue ahead as well reaching near towards 250 levels. But it could drop before it goes up high again, it will be a mixed scenario in coming up week. Still a good bet to go for buying.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #6 on: 21. September 2019., 03:21:47 »


LTC was in bullish mode in recent times but it got neutral for past 24-36 hours. It’s highly likely that we will see it go towards 80 levels soon, so it opens up a good time for it to go for buy here. But with the risk involved there it’s must that we need to set it on with accurate money ad risk management.

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Re: Market Analysis
« Reply #7 on: 21. September 2019., 03:25:28 »


BCH went pass the 300 levels during last few days but it dropped big time and the obvious route next is 350 mark. So it can really be a good time to go for buy here but it will be realistic if we go for long term approach instead of trying to go for short trades.

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