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It is caught in a ranging market   , with  9700  clear support and 10,100 resistance .Euro is flat , and strength of euro  affects  german exports 

 

Probably  back above 9950 , current momentum of indices?depends on wall street open

 

 



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if 9840 resistance  becomes support , it may touch 9950.I am long at 9840 stop below 9830.stop now at 57  

 

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I like to read posts  ,where traders take positions and their anylysis , as opposed  to after event   claims of delusional profits  , ego boosting claims  , which are of no use to anyone reading.

 

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sell  at 9700 on retrace  , with put  option    is what I WILL DO

 

9700 support is broken , expecting u s to retrace  , otherwise 9400

 

 



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Guest oilfxpro

Dax looks good for long above 9630

 

dax  calls 9620  for 20   might be a good trade.9630  is  resistance , it is friday  , if it breaks  it is going 9700 major resistance

 

dax isdangerous for cash trading , so I only trade options

 

 

 



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With oilprice at 38.55  dax  retraced to 9600  , and challenging 9630 , s and p retraced   above support

low interest rates environment , euro above resistance etc

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Dax is deadly and dangerous  , use options at your risk  without advice  , only use options  , if you know how to use them

 

Here dax makes a  180   pip move in 35 minutes:mansurprised:



 

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Guest oilfxpro

just ranging  with heavy resistance at 9950 /10,000

 

so potentisl 9700   then 9400   supports  , any crisis will send it lower

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The Dax has certainly entered a congestion zone on the hourly chart although which side it emerges on is not clear.  With RSI and Stochastic in near over sold territory there could be a small bounce from here but with Neg Mom Div from yesterdays turn down still dominant I would say there longer term trend is still down here.  My upper tramline is showing strong resistance so Shorts near the tram of after a break through resistance are my favoured bets on the Dax.  Any Long could run out of steam before the tramline.

 

US open will probably tell the tale.

 



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