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Title: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: daworm on Jan 11, 2010, 12:38 PM

All about GBPUSD on this thread...

I'm waiting for it to reach 1.6228 (if ever it does) before I short else no trade for now.
It's very near the top of a downward channel already so medyo magstabilize ito at this area then will move later this afternoon.

Hmmm do I sound like a fortune teller already?
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: beast_master on Jan 11, 2010, 12:49 PM
no you sound like a true technician. sound lang ha. :hihi: keep it up!
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: daworm on Jan 11, 2010, 01:46 PM
^ thank's for the compliment kahit na sound's like lang....

btw, GBPUSD hasn't filled the 'gap' yet for today. So there's high probability that it MIGHT go back to 1.6020 today or early tomorrow.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: beast_master on Jan 11, 2010, 01:51 PM
^^gbpusd has already created its 3rd fan line. In my book a 3rd fanline when broken is a strong sell signal.  on a watch mode here
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: daworm on Jan 13, 2010, 03:57 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: tutoy on Jan 13, 2010, 07:19 PM

I'm late my post here in this thread anyway floating profit for now in GBP/USD more details here www.etowergroup.com (http://www.etowergroup.com)  :applause:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Jan 13, 2010, 08:28 PM
My sell short area is between 1.6330 / 50 :D
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: mbd on Jan 14, 2010, 03:48 AM
hi guys! para sa katulad kong walang kinalaman d2 at gus2 lng malaman kung tataas ang exchange rate  from gbp to peso bukas eh ano po b ibig sabihin ng mga figures n ito s totoong buhay... as in itinataya bang tataas palitan bukas or bababa?
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: tutoy on Jan 14, 2010, 06:05 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: daworm on Jan 14, 2010, 08:18 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: tutoy on Jan 14, 2010, 10:32 PM

GBP/JPY was my first recommendations last DEC. 2 in my blog http://towergroup.blogspot.com/2009/12/forex-market-alert- (http://towergroup.blogspot.com/2009/12/forex-market-alert-) though it's a forward outright recommendation ito ang ginamit kong recommendation for my one of my company client w/c is engage in wire manufacturing for hedging for their transactions abroad, ginagamit ko din for my spot trading in one of my client account and you have noticed iba ang time horizon ng study ko for GBP/JPY and GBP/USD w/c is for 3 mos.and for USD/JPY for 1 year meaning nakakababad ang position ko sa market sa USD/JPY for 1 year w/ a target price of 106 level :cool2

Before I forgot, Tips na din sa iba :D once nag recommend ako intraday trading ang gawin nyo most of the time you'll make a 100++ Pips gain profit per transaction hindi na masama, especially for the investors having a regular or mini accounts and keep visiting in my blog from nowadays I will share recommendation aside from forex like commodities and indices abroad.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: Synapse on Feb 05, 2010, 09:01 AM
Had a short on this yesterday at 1.5987 ..
Manage to get 126 pips from my demo :) :applause:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 07, 2010, 10:40 AM
Demo account lang naman pala, niyabang mo pa. My 5 yr old nephew made 300 pips on a demo acct also.Itulog mo na lng yan kid o kaya nuod ka muna sine baka uminit pa ulo sa pagsisisi kung bakit di ka na lang nagtrade ng live. kumita ka sana.  Sa forex no ifs no buts. Walang sana sana. If you really knew na kikita ka ng !00 pips di sana tinrade mi na ng live.  Kaso hindi. Kaya nga tinira mo lang sa demo di ba?  Natuwa ka lng kasi kumita ka dapat based on hindsight.  So anong mgandang balita dun?
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 07, 2010, 11:57 AM
angas ni jabulani ah he he
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: Synapse on Feb 08, 2010, 06:52 PM
 :D kahit na noobs ako..di kita papatulan.

anyway, if your that great (siguro)..pasikatan mo nga ako :)
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 12, 2010, 05:29 PM
No need kid.  I am a serious trader & I don't mingle with newbies.  Baka mahawa pa ko sa ignorance and lack of discipline nyo.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: graphene on Feb 12, 2010, 06:09 PM
^laki problema mo sir. hehehehe. i understand it though. this is a forum, and everybody has the right to express his emotions and thoughts. kakatuwa or kakasakit man. in whatever way. depende na lang kung ano kinalakihan mo. hehehehe. and also depende na rin lang on how we will take it. seriously or not. hehehehe.

ang pikon talo na lang. hehehehe.

 :hihi:

hmmmm, down pa rin ba ang gbp/usd? i'm not trading it. but fundamentally it's going further down. along with eur/usd.


Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 12, 2010, 07:46 PM
wala ako problem kid. i'm just thinking out loud.  if you cant handle it. sori na lang.

di mo pala tinetrade ang gbpusd pero bat me hulalysis ka? ano yan para magpasikat ka na you can predict market moves?  It's freakin obvious that its going down even my 5yr old nephew can tell that it's going down.  Wala ba me malalim lalim na analysis nga tao dito?
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 12, 2010, 10:37 PM
^ kailangan ba malalim ang analysis? he he

Post mo nga dito mga malalim mong analysis. Kung wala ka namang malalim na analysis, post mo na lang yung nakukuha mo sa forexfactory nang may matutunan naman kami  :watchuthink:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: graphene on Feb 12, 2010, 10:53 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 13, 2010, 12:25 AM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 13, 2010, 08:07 AM
try us, wala naman yatang mawawala sayo di ba?  :watchuthink:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: moneybrainz on Feb 13, 2010, 10:13 AM
sounds like an ekimonk clone...remember him guys??
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 13, 2010, 01:40 PM
he he let's give him a chance.

jubalani kapag hindi ka mag post ng "malalim" na analysis or anything at all... alam na.

GBPUSD, Long or Short? I know the trend is obvious but what's the game plan in the next couple of weeks? I could trade either way, what's your take? and I can trade it by just drawing a single line on the chart -- No indicators.

Sure, you can ask help from your 5 yr old nephew.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: beast_master on Feb 13, 2010, 02:18 PM
Nice and productive discussion there guys.  Keep it up! :hihi:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 13, 2010, 08:10 PM

he he let's give him a chance.

jubalani kapag hindi ka mag post ng "malalim" na analysis or anything at all... alam na.

GBPUSD, Long or Short? I know the trend is obvious but what's the game plan in the next couple of weeks? I could trade either way, what's your take? and I can trade it by just drawing a single line on the chart -- No indicators.

Sure, you can ask help from your 5 yr old nephew.


lam mo kid, i don't really discuss my trading with newbies and demo traders.  pakita nyo muna sa kin that you're trading live accounts baka sakali i share ko pa insights ko.  i don't want to waste my time with wannabes.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: GoodSteward on Feb 13, 2010, 09:55 PM



lam mo kid, i don't really discuss my trading with newbies and demo traders.  pakita nyo muna sa kin that you're trading live accounts baka sakali i share ko pa insights ko.  i don't want to waste my time with wannabes.


di daw nya pinapatulan newbies at demo traders, pero panay basa naman sa mga thread. Bakit? kasi nasa akin yun isang turnilyo. Ay mali, sabi nya pala tinatamad sya mag basa pero masipag mag post pero walang connectin daw. Hes not a kid daw and dont mingle with his so called newbies daw but hes been pooping out i mean popping out sa mga threads.  Huh? Dang, you create your own thread for your so-called expert traders to discuss with. Soli ko na ulit kay jabulani yun turnilyo.

Bagay na bagay sayo yun handle mo! Kakaaliw ka!  Tamang tama pagsulpot mo kasi i miss reading ekimonks posts...
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 14, 2010, 01:31 AM



lam mo kid, i don't really discuss my trading with newbies and demo traders.  pakita nyo muna sa kin that you're trading live accounts baka sakali i share ko pa insights ko.  i don't want to waste my time with wannabes.


Well, if that's how you're going to reply to the challenge, I'm just going to tag you as a poser and a troll.  :harhar:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: oca1101uk on Feb 14, 2010, 08:03 AM
@ topic

Surely GBP will dive against the USD but only for short period of time. I hope someone here can share 10 years comparable data between the Sterling Pounds versus the US Green Bucks.  :help:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: Synapse on Feb 14, 2010, 12:38 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 14, 2010, 01:05 PM
nakaw lang sa forex factory analysis nyan ni jubulani malamang he he
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 14, 2010, 02:56 PM

Demo account lang naman pala, niyabang mo pa. My 5 yr old nephew made 300 pips on a demo acct also.....

5year old may demo account na???? ows? pinapaiyak mo ba kami?  :hihi:

Bagong taon, may bagong ma-epal. bagong papansin.
Kailangan na talaga ng moderation dito sa PMT gaya sa forex factory. dun sa FF, mga ganyang posts ni jabulani tinatanggal namin agad, pati si jabulani tanggal din. mga pampahaba kasi ng thread yung ganyan e, hindi nakakatulong.  :hihi:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: oca1101uk on Feb 14, 2010, 06:59 PM
 :D marami rin palang trolls dito s PMT.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 14, 2010, 11:00 PM
Sir oca,1101uk,
sa Pinas, hindi troll ang tawag sa mga ganyan, kundi 'epal' o 'papanchin'  :hihi:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 15, 2010, 08:18 AM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 15, 2010, 08:35 AM
boooooo!

ha ha ha
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 15, 2010, 08:43 AM
see? you really like my analysis ambilis nyo makarelate.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: yeahbah on Feb 15, 2010, 08:49 AM
where in my "booooo" says we like your "analysis"?

ha ha ha ha
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 15, 2010, 09:04 AM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 15, 2010, 09:28 AM
nakow, me bayad ang malalim na analysis ko. kung gusto nyo ng libreng nalysis, tama lang yung binigay ko. style nyo lang yan eh para makakuha ng matinding insight.
Posted on: Feb 15, 2010, 09:18 AM


alam mo may kasabihan "a loose mouth is indicative of an empty brain".


ah kaya pala andaldal mo.  pati walang kamalay malay na forex factory nasasali sa usapan dito.
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 15, 2010, 09:43 AM
^ hahahaha.
hindi kami humihingi ng analysis mo, ikaw ang nag ooffer ng analysis mo while inii-small mo ang analysis ng iba.
tingin ko paraan mo lang yan para mapilit mo kaming magpost ng matinong analysis...  :hihi: :hihi: :watchuthink:


eto yung previous posts mo:


wala ako....  Wala ba me malalim lalim na analysis nga tao dito?

..., kahit magpost ako dito sangkatutak na analysis kung di nyo naman alam i-trade, its useless....


lam mo kid, i don't really discuss my trading with newbies and demo traders.  .. i don't want to waste my time with wannabes.


...if u want my tips, sabihin nyo lang.

nabasa mo ba yang mga posts mo??
para kang babae, pabagobago isip mo.
minamaliit mo post ng iba habang pinagmamalaki mo 'galing' mo & 'analysis' mo, pero ayaw mo naman ibigay. hahahah
ayaw mo magsayang ng oras mo, pero nagpopost ka. at nag-rejoin ka sa PMT ha. hindi ka makaalis alis? haahah. new member, 18posts Kuno. hahahah
pabayaan mo na kaming mga baguhan dito, mag self-evict ka na. tahimik kami dito e.  :watchuthink:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: daworm on Feb 15, 2010, 03:17 PM
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 16, 2010, 04:11 PM



Waaaahhhhh ... pa retest-retest pa ... palpak naman ...

Pls don't stop with your analysis so we can bet the opposite




isa pang epal to.  hoy kng wala kang analyisis dito matulog ka na lang.

CPI y/y coming up. expect a wild swing and large retracement  to the downside after.this particular news makes deep retracements after a spike. i don't think it can go beyond 1.5820
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 16, 2010, 05:12 PM
^ yan ba pinagmamalaki mong analysis?
CPI data?
natural ang whipsaw pag may news release.  :hihi:

i suggest kung magpapakatino ka, mag open ka ng sarili mong thread, dun mo ilgay lahat ng 'analysis' mo, tutal marami kang tambay time at madaldal ka e.  :hihi:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 17, 2010, 10:56 AM
nakupo tama na namn ako. umakyat then bumagsak gbpusd kahapon.  what is 60 pips? 80pips sana kaya lang umakyat na talaga kagabi. now i'm gonna go long. :rakenrol:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: daworm on Feb 18, 2010, 08:37 PM

CPI y/y coming up. expect a wild swing and large retracement  to the downside after.this particular news makes deep retracements after a spike. i don't think it can go beyond 1.5820


Nice call on the 1.5820 . You deserve an applause  :applause:
Title: Re: GBPUSD
Post by: jabulani on Feb 19, 2010, 12:36 PM
^ eh ano ngyon? gusto mo lang makalibre ng signals ko no? nyahaha. sori na lang mga demo traders. open muna kayo ng live account. :hihi:
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: Pipinstinct on Nov 08, 2010, 12:34 AM
(http://i51.tinypic.com/sevkuq.jpg)
GBP/USD successfully touched our last week's outlook of 1.6150 and went over 100 pips. (Read last week's outlook). If we look at the 4 Hour chart both EMA's are pointing downwards and on the daily chart its upwards. To sum it up we're going to face a short-term bearish outlook on this pair. Bearish out look 1.6020 and bullish outllook 1.6300. It will take a lot of bear power for the bears to overtake the bulls.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: Pipinstinct on Nov 15, 2010, 02:10 AM
GBP/USD
(http://i56.tinypic.com/zvtz7r.jpg)
Outlook for November 15-19, 2010 (3rd week of November)
EMA's: 4H - Bullish, Daily - Bullish

Last weeks bearish outlook of 1.6020 was successfully touched (read last weeks's outlook) and the next thing I'm anticipating on if it would touch the bullish target of last week's analysis. Both 4H and Daily EMA's are suggesting bullish trend.

Forex Calendar Check: (Entire Week)

9 High Impact USD news
10 Medium Impact USD news
6 High Impact GBP news
4 Medium Impact EUR news

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Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: engrventz on Nov 18, 2010, 12:09 AM
Hi Everyone,

Forecast range for GBP/USD Nov.18,2010 9:00am EST
High - 1.5940
Low -  1.5733

This is only our guide.If your signal correspond to this forecast then it would be strong.

happy pipping...
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: ect1 on Feb 08, 2012, 01:32 PM
bat ganon parang di umaandar ang chart?
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 08, 2012, 01:37 PM
live chart ba yung tinitignan mo, Sir?
paki-klaro panong "d gumagalaw"?
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: ect1 on Feb 08, 2012, 10:43 PM
di pa ako nag lilive eh.. sabi mo kailangan p mag practice ng mahaba
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: ferrariEverest on Feb 08, 2012, 11:07 PM
oo, tama yan Sir!
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: jmiyake on Feb 09, 2012, 05:25 PM
a lot of "red" news regarding GBP today...
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: SAGAD on Feb 14, 2012, 11:10 AM
let's see...

yesterday was an inside bar...

yesterday was an NR4...

yesterday was also a NR7...

got in w/ a short at 1.5747...

we'll see how it goes...
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: SAGAD on Feb 24, 2012, 12:12 PM
let's see...

yesterday was an inside bar...

yesterday was an NR4...

yesterday was also a NR7...

got in w/ a short at 1.5747...

we'll see how it goes...

this trade went the farthest w/ a maximum + 104 pips as it it's lowest was at 1.5644

my stop was hit at BE (should have banked some partial profits, oh well)

Post Merge: 1330056960
on the other hand, i took another trade last feb 21...

feb 20 was an NR 4 and NR 7 set up...

order was at 1.5817...

the max profit so far was yesterday at + 170 pips (1.5647)...

placed my stops at BE  and i'm waiting for either my TP (1.5610) gets hit or i'm taken out at BE...

Post Merge: 1330131257

feb 20 was an NR 4 and NR 7 set up...

order was at 1.5817...

the max profit so far was yesterday at + 170 pips (1.5647)...

placed my stops at BE  and i'm waiting for either my TP (1.5610) gets hit or i'm taken out at BE...

my short was taken out at BE...oh well..
Title: Daily GBP/USD Analysis
Post by: donaldhall on Oct 01, 2012, 04:53 PM
2012-10-01 03:26 GMT


TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


GBPUSD   1.61268 | 1.61271
DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY
----------------------------------------

(https://support.fxcc.com/email/technical/01102012/GBPUSD.gif)

1.6210 | 1.6182 | 1.6156
1.6108 | 1.6079 | 1.6049

SUMMARY: Down
TREND: Downward penetration
MA10: Bearish
MA20: Bearish
STOCHASTIC: Neutral

MARKET ANALYSIS - Intraday Analysis

Technical Summary: GBPUSD failed to stabilize below the Friday’s low and we expect to see new attack to the fresh low, formed today. The medium term tendency is Bearish as both moving averages are pointing down. Main scenario: If GBPUSD manage to break through support level at 1.6108 (S1) we expect next targets at 1.6079 (S2) and 1.6049 (S3) to be exposed today. Alternative scenario: Next resistance level at 1.6156 (R1) in focus for the retracement formation. Progress above it would enable next target for today at 1.6182 (R2) and 1.6210 (R3).


Source: FX Central Clearing Ltd, (http://www.fxcc.com/ (http://www.fxcc.com/))
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: DavidApol on Sep 18, 2013, 02:17 PM
The Calm Before the Storm – Septaper Decision

(http://s2.postimg.org/56cwbtxq1/shutterstock_6030157.jpg)

The market is choppy, and price movements have no clear and definite trend that an individual trader can just hop on. Market players are divided into the following: traders who are sitting this one out (both before and after the Fed decision), traders who are plotting a plan on how to react after the announcement, and traders who have already made up their mind to take positions as early as now.

To read the full recommendation, please click this link: http://metisetrade.com/index.php/research?menu=s-fundamentalreport&code=DAAP (http://metisetrade.com/index.php/research?menu=s-fundamentalreport&code=DAAP)
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: sysonpyh on Jul 25, 2014, 07:22 PM
guys share ko lang outlook sa GBPUSD ngayun

nasa 1.69772 zone po tayu ngaun. eto po yung zone na we can expect a bounce upward or even a continuation of the market upward

remember that this pair is still in an uptrend

waiting for a signal to go long in this pair

Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Aug 29, 2014, 02:26 PM
(http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/f5/95/9f/f5959f050205d4e1361c32608bc56832.jpg)

The Pound-Dollar pair has been moving down since July 2014. The currency pair recently retested the channel resistance of this downtrend and rebounded from the 1.66121 resistance level. A sell position should be taken advantage of once prices break the 1.65743 near support level as a confirmation of the downtrend’s continuation. Profit-taking should be done near the 1.64751 level.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Sep 09, 2014, 06:03 PM
(http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/fa/61/f4/fa61f400072ffa9f3b447cafae4dbaf1.jpg)

The 100 period (red line) and 200 period (blue line) simple moving averages show that in the long-run, GBPUSD has simply been consolidating as the distance between the moving averages remain low.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: Dogberto on Sep 14, 2014, 11:21 PM
Based on the entry point of 1.611, the latest above trade was filled on Sept.9 and take profit level was reached the next day for an 80.1 pips profit.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Sep 16, 2014, 06:31 PM
(http://media-cache-cd0.pinimg.com/736x/d8/ea/f4/d8eaf4e6ec626212bbf0dc3cf8aaba80.jpg) (http://www.metisetrade.com/research/report_data/Fundamental/52066)

The Cable has generally been strong last week despite the issue regarding Scotland’s independence from the UK. Scotland’s independence could drive the Cable lower due to issues regarding financial stability during the transition. However, as the poll reveals that voters are in favor of Scotland staying in the United Kingdom, the Cable rose against most of its peers. The referendum regarding Scottish Independence will be two days from today.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: Dogberto on Sep 16, 2014, 07:49 PM
Please double check your research reports before publishing...
In the case above, there is a typo error where the Volatility (1719) was inputted as the Entry Point.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Sep 17, 2014, 03:01 PM
Please double check your research reports before publishing...
In the case above, there is a typo error where the Volatility (1719) was inputted as the Entry Point.

Done, I changed the image that I posted. And btw you can check out our analaysis on our research page.

Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Sep 22, 2014, 03:20 PM
(http://media-cache-cd0.pinimg.com/736x/d8/ea/f4/d8eaf4e6ec626212bbf0dc3cf8aaba80.jpg) (http://www.metisetrade.com/blog/referendum-scottish-independence/)

If the vote on Scottish Independence is in favor of “no”, we can expect the pace of recovery to continue. Given these, we expect the Cable to rebound against the US Dollar.

A buy position in GBPUSD is recommended.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Sep 25, 2014, 07:02 PM
(http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/3e/30/0f/3e300f3e9b65a7b91c6a6396260f623f.jpg) (http://www.metisetrade.com/blog/improved-national-well-boost-pound/)

UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) recently released the results of the country’s Personal Well-being survey, using datasets for April 2013 to March 2014. While presenting small year-on-year differences, the newest estimates show statistically significant improvement across all measures of well-being in the UK. The findings point to the reduced unemployment in the country as one of the primary contributors to people’s satisfaction. While not directly tackled in the survey, the people’s future economic outlook can likewise be measured in the study. Lower anxiety levels shown in the study indicate job security and overall economic stabilization felt by the general public. Surprisingly, the highest scores in different aspects of well-being have actually been those from Northern Ireland, despite the high unemployment they have experienced since the crisis.

This positive economic outlook from the UK public, while presenting a reaction from improvements in the economy, can also act as a signal of gaining bullish momentum from the citizens. This positive outlook could possibly act as an indirect stimulus to the economy or a self-fulfilling prophecy. For pound-bullish investors, this could indicate the perfect timing to go long on the cable.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Oct 01, 2014, 07:08 PM
(http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/5a/c3/b3/5ac3b3400a23b824a4bd498e25abcee9.jpg) (http://www.metisetrade.com/research/report_data/Technical/52150)

Support and Resistance Level


While the pound has been weakening against the dollar these past few weeks, short-term pullback is highly probable as the currency approaches support at 1.61526. Immediate resistance, on the other hand, is currently at 1.62459. A break of the latter could trigger a correction up to the secondary resistance at 1.63888.

Trend Indicators

The period-100 (red line) and period-200 (blue line) simple moving averages in the 4-hour chart show that in the medium-term, the currency is on a downtrend. Immediate resistance from the 100 SMA could presently be found at 1.62696, while secondary resistance from the 200 SMA is at 1.63999.

Oscillators

The relative strength index in the hourly chart suggests a short-term correction as a divergence could be seen between the price chart and the index. While the prices reached lower lows, the oscillator made higher lows, indicating a loss in bearish momentum. The index currently stands at 38.59 after recovering from overbought conditions. Whereas a pullback in GBPUSD is expected within the week, a break of the current trend could be confirmed by a breach of RSI level 50.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Oct 07, 2014, 06:33 PM
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Support and Resistance Level

The pound-dollar wedge was broken last week as positive labor market data pushed more dollar-buying last Friday. Immediate support could be found in 1.59782, while immediate resistance is at 1.60741. A break of the latter could trigger a correction up to the secondary resistance at 1.61822.

Trend Indicators

The period-100 (red line) and period-200 (blue line) simple moving averages in the weekly chart show that in the long-run, the currency is still on an uptrend as GBPUSD still trades above the trend indicators. A support zone from the SMAs could be found from 1.60125 to 1.60880.

Oscillators

The relative strength index in the daily chart signals impending correction as a divergence could be seen between the price chart and the index. While the prices reached lower lows, the oscillator made higher lows, indicating a loss in bearish momentum. The index currently stands at 35.31 after recovering from oversold conditions. Whereas a pullback in GBPUSD is expected within the week, a break of the current trend could be confirmed by a breach of RSI level 40.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Oct 30, 2014, 06:09 PM
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Despite the claim of the Federal Reserve that will keep interest rates low for a considerable time, the Greenback strengthened against most of its peers on more hawkish than expected outlook on employment and inflation in the most recent Fed statement. The Greenback has generally been bullish on the momentum of the US economy. Second quarter US economic growth was revised higher to 4.6% from 4.0% which was reported to be the best growth in nine years. Estimated GDP for the third quarter will be released later and is forecasted to have grown by 3.1%, slower than the previous quarter’s acceleration. Since there is concern that a slowdown in global growth will shake the US economy, the growth data to be released will give implications as to when the central bank will raise interest rates. Data significantly lower than the projection will weaken the optimism of the market towards the US economy.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Nov 20, 2014, 05:54 PM
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The FOMC minutes revealed that the Fed officials had an extensive debate on whether to maintain the statement to keep interest rates low for a “considerable time”. The committee decided that a change of tone regarding the timing of interest rates would depend on economic data that are yet to be released. Although there has been noticeable improvement in the US labor market, the central bank still needs to focus on the likelihood of a downward pressure on inflation as this is one of the main considerations in monetary policy decisions. CPI grew by 0.1% for the month of September. October’s CPI to be released tonight is projected to have declined by 0.1%. Given the 0.2% PPI growth released two days ago, there is expectation that the inflation data will also be better than expected.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Jan 14, 2015, 03:43 PM
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Yesterday, United Kingdom’s inflation was reported to be lower than expected. UK’s CPI growth was released to have cooled to 0.5% from a year earlier, lower than the forecast  0.7% increase. This was the lowest growth in almost fifteen years. The sharp fall in commodity prices is the primary reason for the drop in inflation growth. This data confirms Bank of England Governor Carney’s previous statement that interest rates should remain at record low considering that inflation could slow further in the coming months. Later, the central bank governor is scheduled to make a speech. His dovish statements will possibly drive the Cable to fall further against the US Dollar. A sell position in Pound-Dollar is recommended.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Jan 26, 2015, 04:46 PM
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United Kingdom’s close relationship with the Euro area could possibly influence the Pound to weaken further against the Greenback. Last week, the European Central Bank decided to implement quantitative easing program in the Euro area. The ECB announced purchases with headline value of 1.1 trillion euros over at least one and a half years. Given that UK and the Euro area have close economic ties, this influenced the Pound to fall. In addition to this, the political uncertainty brought about by the victory of the anti-austerity prime minister in Greece could push Pound-Dollar prices lower. Demand will possibly shift to safe havens such as the US Dollar.

A sell position in GBPUSD is recommended.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Feb 11, 2015, 05:36 PM
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The inflation report to be released tomorrow would most likely support the expectation that the Bank of England will not raise interest rates in the near future. Revisions to both short-term and long-term forecasts can be anticipated on tomorrow’s report. The quarterly inflation report will most likely cut short-term inflation forecasts due to the sharp fall in oil prices. If long-term inflation is projected to be low for the next two years, this confirms that the BoE will keep interest-rates at the record low 0.50%. The economic forecasts of the central bank on GDP and inflation would affect investor’s view regarding the UK economy. UK’s GDP growth was reported to be at 0.5% in the last quarter of 2014. Inflation rate was recorded at 0.50% last December.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Feb 17, 2015, 05:13 PM
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Last December, cheap oil and shop price deflation influenced UK’s inflation to hit a record low at 0.5%. UK’s inflation data to be released later for the month of January is projected to have declined to 0.3% from a year earlier. According to the Bank of England Governor Carney, the price index will possibly fall further due to both domestic and external factors. The central bank’s forecast revealed inflation to potentially turn negative in spring and remains near zero for the rest of the year. Low inflation is expected to increase real income and boost consumer spending. However, there is continued concern regarding the downside risks of low inflation.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Feb 23, 2015, 04:13 PM
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A report by the Office for National Statistics revealed that UK’s January retail sales fell by 0.3% from the month earlier. The figure is worse than the projected 0.1% decrease. The figure is also worse than the revised previous month’s increase of 0.2%. There were relatively better aggregated sales of retail goods and services in the last quarter of 2014 because of increased demand brought about by the holiday season. Low inflation and increased consumer confidence due to the fall in oil prices also contributed to last quarter’s retail sales. Retail sales grew 5.4% from a year earlier, falling short of the expected 5.9%.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Mar 18, 2015, 06:03 PM
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The US Dollar has been generally strong against most of its peers on signs of improvement of the US economy. The Dollar Index, which measures the US Dollar against most of its peers, reached the highest level since 2003. The US Dollar appreciated further on bets that the Federal Reserve will remove the commitment to being patient regarding the next interest-rate-hike. The move towards an increase in interest rates from extremely low levels signifies that the US will do well without the need for the central bank’s to stimulate the economy. US GDP Growth in 2014 was the strongest since the recession at 2.4%.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: MetisEtradePR on Apr 14, 2015, 05:08 PM
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Recent economic reports show that deflationary problems are no longer limited to the Euro Area and Japan. Last February, prices in the UK became stagnant for the first time in more than 50 years. The largest negative effect came from recreational goods, food and beverages, furniture, and furnishings. Some of the downward price pressure could also be attributed to the slump in gas prices. Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, forecasted that inflation will drop below zero in the coming months. Should this result be seen in today’s report, more pound sell-off could be expected. The y/y CPI, however, is forecasted to remain at 0% for today’s release.
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: divergence on Mar 12, 2016, 04:02 PM
any one trading this pair right now???

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breakout from descending trendline
Title: Re: GBP / USD (GBPUSD)
Post by: SuperForex on Nov 29, 2016, 11:10 PM
Technical analysis of the currency pair GBP/USD on 29/11/2016. The daily chart

General analysis.

Despite total rush of all basic quotes British Pound continues to trade in a narrow range and slowly but surely continues to strengthen its position against the US dollar.

Last week closed with a parity for GBP/USD currency pair and now there is the consolidation of the price near to the level 1.2450.

The nearest support level is located at 1.2340. Price has been repulsed from this level several times over the last two weeks and now again approaching to it.

The RSI is in the neutral zone and does not provide any essential signals.
The MACD shows movement above the zero line and continues to rise, confirming the presence of the upward trend on the chart.

Next few days

In the next few days we expect the resumption of growth in the currency pair GBP/USD with testing of the resistance level 1.2650.

We recommend to open long at the beginning of the upward movement from 1.2650 level and upon receipt of confirmation of rebound.

Order stop-loss exhibited by 20-30 points below the support level of 1.2340.

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