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Sunday, December 15, 2013

INTRADAY CHART

15.12.2013

INTRADAY CHART 

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1. BUY SELL SIGNAL WITH TARGET PREDICATER/STOP LOSS


2. SWING TRADING


3. ZIGZAG WITH BUY SELL SIGNAL


4.  PRICE BREAK OUT


5. ATR BREAK OUT


6.CANDLE STICK IDENTIFICATION


7. BOOK PROFIT-80-90%





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Friday, October 11, 2013

GOLD SILVER TRADE SOFTWARE


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Zig Zag Buy Sell Support and Resistance with ADX & RIBBON



OUR NEW TECHNICAL 

TECHNICAL CHART with CONFORMATION  TOOLS 

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MAIN CHART  >  Zig Zag Buy Sell Support and Resistance

CHART > Candlestick  -  GREEN-Up Trend
                                           RED-Down Trend
                                           BLUE-Sideway Movement.

CONFIRMATION TOOL >>>
OVERLAY       > 1. Zig Zag Trend Line - Green and Red
                          2. Buy Sell Arrow-Green and Red
                          3. Support and resistance – Red and Green
                          4. DOT High and Low – Green and Red

UNDERLAY    > ADX WITH RIBBON
I have customized by the ADX Standard Day, 
Week, Month Label from the side and below 
the Ribbon added to the strength of the 
trend is likely to occur.

INDICATOR  >  ADX
GREEN LINE                     – Up Trend
RED LINE                          – Down  Trend    
WHITE/YELLOW LINE     - Trend Confirmation   

INDICATOR  > RIBBON
GREEN LINE                     – Up Trend
RED LINE                          – Down  Trend    

GREY WHITE                    - Sideway Movement   

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Underlay Indicator ADX

The Average Directional Index (ADX), Minus Directional Indicator (-DI) and Plus Directional Indicator (+DI) represent a group of directional movement indicators that form a trading system developed by Welles Wilder. Wilder designed ADX with commodities and daily prices in mind, but these indicators can also be applied to stocks. The Average Directional Index (ADX) measures trend strength without regard to trend direction. The other two indicators, Plus Directional Indicator (+DI) and Minus Directional Indicator (-DI), complement ADX by defining trend direction. Used together, chartists can determine both the direction and strength of the trend.

Direcional Movement

Plus Directional Movement (+DM) and Minus Directional Movement (-DM) form the backbone of the Average Directional Index (ADX). Wilder determined directional movement by comparing the difference between two consecutive lows with the difference between the highs.Directional movement is positive (plus) when the current high minus the prior high is greater than the prior low minus the current low. This so-called Plus Directional Movement (+DM) then equals the current high minus the prior high, provided it is positive. A negative value would simply be entered as zero.

Directional movement is negative (minus) when the prior low minus the current low is greater than the current high minus the prior high. This so-called Minus Directional Movement (-DM) equals the prior low minus the current low, provided it is positive. A negative value would simply be entered as zero.

The chart above shows four calculation examples for directional movement. The first pairing shows a big positive difference between the highs for a strong Plus Directional Movement (+DM). The second pairing shows an outside day with Minus Directional Movement (-DM) getting the edge. The third pairing shows a big difference between the lows for a strong Minus Directional Movement (-DM). The final pairing shows an inside day, which amounts to no directional movement (zero). Both Plus Directional Movement (+DM) and Minus Directional Movement (-DM) are negative and cancel out each other. Negative values revert to zero. All inside days will have zero directional movement.

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

MCX BULLION SUPPORT AND RESISITANCE

MCX BULLION 
SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE

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Demand and supply statistics

                                 Gold Demand and Supply – Q1 2013

Q1 saw a strong resurgence in demand for gold jewellery, bars and coins; however, overall demand was down 13%. Outflows from ETFs accounted for the bulk of this decline; excluding these outflows overall demand grew year-on-year.
  • Global first quarter gold demand of 963.0 tonnes was valued at US$50.5bn.

  • India and China accounted for 62% of Q1 global jewellery demand, generating year-on-year growth of 15% and 19% respectively.
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Further declines or a rally in gold? Where is the bottom?

  Without a doubt, this was a week of strong declines for the yellow metal. What could we read in newspapers and see on TV? The big banks were falling over each other in their scramble to get on the bear bandwagon. Here are some sample headlines: 

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Gold/Silver/Copper futures-Weekly outlook: July 1-5


Investing.com - Gold and silver futures rose sharply on Friday, as investors returned to the market to seek cheap valuations after prices fell to the lowest level since August 2010 earlier in the session.

Sentiment on the precious metals remains downbeat amid growing expectations the Federal Reserve will begin to taper off its bond-buying program by the end of this year.

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GOLD - MONTHLY CHART-29.6.2013

Won't get fooled again: 

physical gold buyers sit out this price rout

(Reuters) - In April, after gold dived more than $200 an ounce in two days, an unprecedented scramble to buy everything from coins to jewellery at "bargain" prices helped arrest the plunge, tempering fears of a prolonged rout.
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                           SILVER - MONTHLY CHART-29.6.2013


Silver up sharply on ratio punters' bets

saw a sharp short covering on Friday in Indian markets with prices shooting up smartly. This was because traders playing on the ratio of to silver price have seen the ratio peaking out.

Ratio trading in gold and silver prices is a trading tool. Ratio fell from 66.16 on Wednesday and was trading around the same level on Friday when ratio punters started short covering in silver to take the ratio to 62.74
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                     COPPER - WEEKLY CHART-29.6.2013


METALS-Copper steady, 

China credit worries subside

LONDON/SINGAPORE, June 26 (Reuters) - Copper was steady on Thursday after a 1 percent loss the previous session, as worries over China's credit crunch eased and on expectations that the U.S. and EU central banks will not rush to reduce their stimulus programmes but oversupply concerns weighed on metals.

Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange was little changed, trading at $6,731 a tonne in official rings from $6,735 at the close on Wednesday.


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                    CRUDE - MONTHLY CHART-29.6.2013

Crude oil futures-Weekly outlook:July 1-5

Investing.com - New York-traded crude oil futures ended Friday’s session lower for the first time in five days, as a broadly stronger U.S. dollar prompted investors to lock in gains after prices hit a one-week high earlier in the session.

The dollar index, which tracks the performance of the greenback against a basket of six other major currencies, rose as much as 0.5% on Friday to hit 83.59, the strongest level since May 31.

The dollar was in demand amid indications the Federal Reserve will begin to taper asset purchases in the coming months





USD VS INR - MONTHLY CHART-24.6.2013


Indian rupee may plunge

The Indian rupee, which has depreciated by nearly 10 per cent in the last few months, is likely to weaken further and may touch 61.50/USD in next three months and 62/USD in the next 12 months, Credit Suisse said.

Credit Suisse forex strategists are currently expecting the rupee to fall to 61.5 against the US dollar in the next three months and reach 62 this time next year. 


USD/INR: USD Strength Bring New Woes To RBI


If there’s someone that Reserve Bank of India Governor Subbarao want to murder right now, it must be Fed’s Chariman Ben Bernanke. Thanks to Bernanke’s surprise revelation on QE3 tapering timeline, USD has strengthened tremendously, and has been the difference which allowed USD/INR to push for yet another record high. This has made RBI’s already difficult task into an impossible one. Case in point, RBI has been aggressively buying INR via its agent banks after a new record high was made back on 11th June. Prices did climb down but stayed above the highs made on Jun 2012 (see weekly chart below), with price bouncing straight back up this week with the new high ceiling halting further advance.

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