Friday, March 12, 2010

World Marke Pulse news analysis and information

We did not have any new post for Friday the 12th March for there is no change really to what we posted on Thursday.
Please be oriented that be cautious on your current positions. Markets are trying to emulate the 2009 pattern but that can work for some time but not for long.
As you can see US Dollar index is weak currently and most currencies against it are bullish. Copper is merely up for the new jolt in Chile, one of the larger copper producers.
For now we are not posting any forecasting or prognosis but as posted few days ago and yesterday Fri and early next week is "slightly" weak energy.

The flow that started on 28th February was so strong that it spilled for literally 2 weeks. This is fading for now but its fire will rekindle again next week however at the end of week probably.

Whatever the case just be careful with your positions, short or long or whichever asset.

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