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It's the end of the world as we know it (for the Euro)...



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S/R levels - what about this one?

Does anyone make 1.2846'5 a resistance level? (on the forex chart - US session opening bar on 5th Jan)

By methodology, it isn't, but it definitely looks like it should be.

On my 60 min chart I identify S/R from swing highs and lows, swing points being highest or lowest bars with 2 bars on either side that are lower / higher respectively.

Primitive but effective enough, although sometimes like now a bit lacking.

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Does anyone make 1.2846'5 a resistance level? (on the forex chart - US session opening bar on 5th Jan)

By methodology, it isn't, but it definitely looks like it should be.

On my 60 min chart I identify S/R from swing highs and lows, swing points being highest or lowest bars with 2 bars on either side that are lower / higher respectively.

Primitive but effective enough, although sometimes like now a bit lacking.

I was just thinking of going out on another limb and suggest we might be visting that area soon.....but I won't because I fell off the last time I tried it...

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I was just thinking of going out on another limb and suggest we might be visting that area soon.....but I won't because I fell off the last time I tried it...



I have no idea if we'll get there or not I just want to know what to expect if it does get there.

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I have no idea if we'll get there or not I just want to know what to expect if it does get there.

It might rollover there...
Actually I'm thinking it will go up to about 2825 then drop to 2790 then up to 2870...wild guess

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What explains the difference between the last price Yesterday (2012-01-09) on the 6E at 1.2773 and the last price recorded on the CME web site at 1.2760B? What does the 'B' letter mean exactly ?

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What explains the difference between the last price Yesterday (2012-01-09) on the 6E at 1.2773 and the last price recorded on the CME web site at 1.2760B? What does the 'B' letter mean exactly ?

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Still, i can't explain the disparity between the last price on Zen-Fire and the last price on the CME web site. 13 ticks of difference. The open today corrresponds to the last price traded on Zen-Fire but the exchange seems to be way off the mark. Just curious to know what caused this.

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Still, i can't explain the disparity between the last price on Zen-Fire and the last price on the CME web site. 13 ticks of difference. The open today corrresponds to the last price traded on Zen-Fire but the exchange seems to be way off the mark. Just curious to know what caused this.

Settlement vs close?

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Settlement vs close?

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In the blurb they mention a Last column (last open outcry price) and a Settle column. They say Last has a B or an A if it's Bid or Ask. So you must be talking about the Last column, i.e. the Open Outcry session last price. What session do you display on Zenfire? Open Outcry too?

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