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Explanation of the charts I posted earlier

I'll try to explain. The context is the concept of purchasing power parity: https://www.reddit.com/Forex/comments/fliz8m/purchasing_power_parity_ppp_in_fx/
The concept is that the numbers themselves can tell you a lot, for example, the rate of a pair, say AUD/CAD specifically state what the AUDJPY and CADJPY should be. The AUDCAD is 0.83183 which means 1 CAD is equal to 1.20216 AUD. So however many JPY you can get for a AUD you should be able to get 1.20216 times more JPY for a CAD.
AUDJPY = 64.201
64.201 x 1.20216 = CADJPY = 77.17987
DISEQUILLIBRIUM:
But the actual market price is CADJPY=76.974. Which means there is a disequilibrium between what the actual rate is. It can be quantified as the difference, -0.20587. I've taken that concept and expanded it to all currencies in a pretty large spreadsheet. The aggregate disequilibrium is accounted for each pair.
CURRENCY WEIGHT:
For this example, both the AUD is putting -0.20587 "weight" on the CADJPY and the CAD is putting -0.20587 "wieght" on the AUDJPY. This is collected for each individual currency and added together to represent the weight.
INDEX STRENGTH:
For example:
EUGBP 0.91447
USD/GBP 0.86211
CHF/GBP 0.87428
CAD/GBP 0.60099
AUD/GBP 0.50116
NZD/GBP 0.50600
JPY/GBP 0.007776594
ZAGBP 0.0484013
NOKGBP 0.0717705
HKD/GBP 0.110299
CNH/GBP 0.119747
SGD/GBP 0.588505
TRY/GBP 0.129911
SEK/GBP 0.0821385
DKK/GBP 0.12234
PLN/GBP 0.200372
MXN/GBP 0.0348339
RUB/GBP 0.0106524
Which averages out to 12.20271181 for the GBP. When this is done for each currency and added together which comes to 80.2174589.
GBP 12.20271181 15.21%
EUR 10.70881522 13.35%
USD 10.43321516 13.01%
CHF 9.209341569 11.48%
CAD 7.268234336 9.06%
SGD 7.16468796 8.93%
AUD 6.058258744 7.55%
NZD 6.065011193 7.56%
PLN 2.411473714 3.01%
TRY 1.541615401 1.92%
DKK 1.441292277 1.80%
CNH 1.411273128 1.76%
HKD 1.290361376 1.61%
SEK 0.952565391 1.19%
NOK 0.839225708 1.05%
ZAR 0.54313985 0.68%
MXN 0.507674255 0.63%
JPY 0.094083269 0.12%
RUB 0.074478539 0.09%
I've found that charting isn't needed to understand what prices should be now. They help in understanding what motivates people to have money exposed. Charts are in the psychological part of trading.
Edit: The JPY pairs are calculated times 0.01, that's why it's index is greater than RUB. I guess I can't post the charts anymore.
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PSA: You can pre-order Horizons for $35

recipe:
* establish your account in frontier store, put your address there
* set currency to RU, language to EN (this is to ensure no localization issues might happen later on, as you can contact their support to transfer your region if required)
* order the game for 2249 Rubles, pay with paypal (to avoid forex transaction fees)
* I have paid $35.62, that's almost -45% from the $60 (taking into account loyalty discount and forex playing)
EDIT: Show's over, FDEV hiked the RUB prices to be in line with USD/EUGBP. To all the annoyed people, welcome to a global economy. Blame FDev for not region locking the RUB form of payment to RUS residency.
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Forex and Bitcoin Volume Comparison and Political Implications

Follow the Money. Interesting that out of the top 8 Bitcoin traded countries/currency only 4 (USD, JPY, EURO and GBD) are in the top 8 Forex pairings. The others are minor currencies. (Top 8 Bitcoin by Volume are : USD, JPY, EURO, GBD, KRW, PLN, TRY, RUB/RUR)
Top 8 Forex crosses are:
EuUSD
USD/JPY
GBD/USD
AUD/USD
USD/CHF
USD/CAD
EUJPY
EUCHF
Based upon this we can conclude that in Korea, Poland, Russia and Turkey there is a feeling of unrest among those with discretionary cash. Why put them in bitcoin if you feel secure? Are tariffs, sanctions, internal unrest reasons? Follow the money and your questions will be answered.
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Turkish Unrest and Bitcoin Volume=Regime Troubles

Citizens when they are witness to economic unrest in their own countries usually begin to buy foreign currency and keep it in reserve against the devaluation of their own currency. This is normal during troubled times, and we were beginning to see the same thing occurring in Turkey. However, Erdogan thisa number of weeks ago called for all Turkish citizens to sell their foreign currencies to prop up the Lira. This sort of a call is usually code for “we are going to confiscate your money when we find it” so you better sell it now, as well as a tacit admission that the Lira’s value is in serious trouble. Thus, the economy as well.
In my opinion due to the tacit threat of monetary confiscation we are now seeing a flight to bitcoin and this is also a clue to the unrest that Erdogan is dealing with. Why is this problematic? Since Turkey can’t confiscate currency that is online and untraceable. We can see the flight to Bitcoin by comparing Forex crosses against bitcoin volume.
In this light we can see a trend whereby that out of the top 8 Bitcoin traded countries/currency (USD, JPY, EURO, GBD, KRW, PLN, TRY, RUB/RUR) only 4 (USD, JPY, EURO and GBD) are in the top 8 Forex pairings. The others are minor currencies.
The Top 8 Forex crosses are:
EUUSD 37% of total volume
USD/JPY 13% of total volume
GBD/USD 12% of total volume
AUD/USD 6% of total volume
USD/CHF 5% of total volume
USD/CAD 4% of total volume
EUJPY 2% of total volume
EUCHF 2 % of total volume
Based upon the comparison between the Bitcoin and Forex Volume we can conclude that there is a feeling of unrest in Korea, Poland, Russia and Turkey. Why put discretionary cash in bitcoin if you feel secure! Add to this the protests, negative economic indicators and international isolation and we can conclude that Turkey is ripe for unrest and the citizens wanting regime change. This does not mean that they will succeed as Erdogan controls the military. However, as we have seen in the past (example the revolution in Egypt) once the upper echelon of the army personally starts to feel the economic results of its leaders’ policies and the people start to demand change, the military almost always sides with the people for their own self-preservation and the betterment of the country they serve.
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Follow the Money: How a Comparison between Bitcoin and Forex Volume serves as a bellwether for political unrest.

Follow the Money. Interesting that out of the top 8 Bitcoin traded countries/currency (USD, JPY, EURO, KRW, GBD, PLN, TRY, RUB/RUR) only 4 (USD, JPY, EURO and GBD) are in the top 8 Forex pairings. The others are minor currencies.
Top 8 Forex crosses are:
EuUSD
USD/JPY
GBD/USD
AUD/USD
USD/CHF
USD/CAD
EUJPY
EUCHF
Based upon the comparison between the Bitcoin and Forex Volume we can conclude that in Korea, Poland, Russia and Turkey (numbers 4, 6, 7 and 8 on bitcoin chart) there is a feeling of unrest among those with discretionary cash. Why put discretionary cash in bitcoin if you feel secure? Are tariffs, sanctions, internal unrest reasons? Follow the money and your questions will be answered.
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Trading Ideas Contest (10 - 14 March) - Post your trades and win Gold!

UPDATE: RESULTS!
Thanks again everyone who participated! It was quite an eventful trading week. Hope you all had a chance to make some pips.
Here are the results of the trades I could find that did get executed. I might have left one or two out that I missed - let me know if you have a winning one that I didn't put in!
Trader Day Market Buy/Sell Entry S/L TP Result Profit/Loss Comment
Green_Pips Mon NZD/USD Buy 0.845 0.8395 0.855 Win 100 TP Hit
FXReddit Tues EUAUD Buy 1.5371 Win 88 Closed manually
Phatey Mon GBP/JPY Sell 172.36 173 171 Win 66 Closed manually
FXReddit Tues GBP/AUD Buy 1.8436 Win 44 Closed manually
Asiansupermarket Mon USD/RUB Buy 36.3 37.07 Win 33 Closed manually
FXReddit Tues AUD/USD Sell 0.902 Win 27 Closed manually
3Nelson Mon EUUSD Sell 1.38796 1.3906 1.3819 Win 21 Closed manually
phatey Tues GBP/JPY Sell 171.85 171 172.15 Win 15 Closed manually
Asiansupermarket Mon USD/CAD Buy 1.106 1.116 (Win) (+14) Still open
jadd806 Thurs NZD/CAD Buy 0.9479 0.937 0.9586 (Loss) (-12) Still open
Blades1 Mon EUUSD Sell 1.387 1.3917 1.3787 Loss -18 Closed manually
Ormin Mon AUD/USD Buy 0.8992 0.897 N/A Loss -22 SL
NormanConquest Mon GBP/USD Buy 1.6704 1.6674 1.68 Loss -30 SL
Blades1 Wed EUGBP Sell 0.8332 0.8354 0.8265 Loss -32 SL
NormanConquest Mon EUUSD Buy 1.3879 1.3845 1.395 Loss -34 SL
Phatey Mon USD/JPY Sell 103 103.35 102 Loss -35 SL
ddr4lyfe Mon EUJPY Sell 142.85 143.5 141.55 Loss -65 SL
NormanConquest Tues GBP/JPY Buy 171.15 170.4 Loss -75 SL
Wyatt2000 Tues GBP/USD Buy 1.664 1.6588 1.3724 Loss -76 SL
phatey Thurs GBP/JPY Buy 169.1 168 172.59 Loss -110 SL
And the winner is...
I'd say that Green_Pips's awesome NZD/USD long, bagging him 100 pips in return for risking 50, was the clear winner this week. This one was nice and simple, good R and it ran all the way to the TP - but not before spiking around a lot. And that's what makes it the winner in my books: unlike most of our other winners which were closed manually, Green_Pips held on to his and it eventually hit his full target - the only trade to do so.
Not to say there weren't some other great trades - FXReddit's AUD short trifecta made him plenty of pips, but I didn't want to start a precedent by considering baskets of trades or average performance :P
So well done to Green_Pips and all the other winners, and if you weren't one - there's always next week!
Hey guys, HUGE thanks to everyone who participated in last week's contest and big up to phatey for taking the prize!
Let's see if one of us can knock him off his perch ;)
Rules are the same:
  1. Post as many trades as you like, each in a separate comment. Only trades posted before or at the time of execution obviously. Ideally update your post with how the trade turned out.
  2. Entry levels, stops and targets need to be provided, as well as any specifics about how you plan to manage the trade. Charts and reasons for the trade are optional but definitely appreciated - we're all here to learn
  3. Trades will be judged on technical "goodness", risk management, as well as any reasoning you provide.
  4. Trades still open at Friday's close will be considered closed at that point.
  5. No touching of the hair and face
So let's hear your trade ideas. If you've got one, take it out and put it on the table.
Best of luck to us all!
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Commodities Crude Oil (WTI) Gold 1 oz Silver 1 oz
Forex AUD/USD EUCHF EUGBP EUJPY EUUSD GBP/USD USD/CAD USD/CHF USD/JPY USD/RUB
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A couple of noob questions

I've started learning about ForEx about a week ago. Fundamentally, it makes sense, but I do have some questions regarding the practical side of things.
  1. Suppose I've traded x USD for 100 EUR through Oanda. Do I now possess y EUR? As in, can I tell Oanda that I want 100 actual euros wired to my bank account? If this is the case, can Or is my ownership of the 100 EUR an abstraction?
  2. Suppose the JPY is doing really well relative to EUR. I only have USD. Suppose the USD is tanking hard, relative to EUR but somewhat stable to JPY. I can trade USD for JPY, trade JPY for EUR, and then trade EUR for USD and make a gain in capital, granted the spreads work out. Is this correct or am I totally missing something?
  3. Certain currencies are only traded in relation to one other currency on the ForEx (USD/RUB, for example). Is that right, or is there a way that I could trade RUB directly for EUR, for example?
  4. Suppose I end up with a good amount of JPY, but the Yen begins to have a net fall for a week relative to all major currencies. Is it possible to take the Yen I have and use it to trade stock on the TYO until the currency begins to increase in value?
Thanks in advance! As I said, I'm very new to ForEx and I'd want to be crystal clear on the basics before I start to work on a demo account - I'm not even considering using live money at this point.
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My 2015 savings plan... (what do you think?)

Hi there,
Not so long ago, I've met cryptocurrencies and I like the idea a lot. I'm a bitcoin supporter and I think it makes a good long term investment (although I know it is not it's main purpose to be an investment vehicle but rather an exchange method/currency for the future).
Currently I'm making what I call "extra money" each month (around $200 USD I guess)... I know it is not a lot, but it's money I can save without affecting my economy. The thing is, over the years this money has been spent into banal things and for this 2015 I would like to make things differently, this is my idea:
Of those (monthly) $200 USD, I would like to put 90% into Bitcoin and 10% into Yandex.Money (RUB) each month to diversify my savings. Now, besides that money I'm talking about, someone owes me like $1,000 USD (dunno if they'll ever get paid or not) but if they are, I wanna buy YNDX Stock with them (I've never bought stock before, I'm living in México, any advice?) OR maybe enter into the FOREX market by buying either JPY/EUGBP/CNY
(Quick note: any other ideas about where can I invest those $1,000 USD if they ever get paid to me?, I've already discarded silver and gold coins because I find them hard to trade/exchange in México in order to get MXN).
Finally I'm also planning to recieve income from paid advertising on my website, and if that's successful I want to keep that income in MXN in my personal savings account.
The reason I made this savings plan is because I'm living "out of the system" (I'm an entrepreneur, not working in any company besides my emerging startup) and I want to start securing my future by having a savings/retirement fund available for when I'm older.
What do you think of my ideas? Do you have any other advice for me?
P.S. Yes, I know even in the bitcoin website they suggest that bitcoin is way to volatile to put your "life savings" into it, so that's why I'm going to experiment with my money in 2015 and see how much "financial performance" I get out of this new "bitcoin centric" plan, but do you have any beforehand forecast?
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My 2015 savings plan... (what do you think?) [cross-posted in /r/Bitcoin]

Hi there, Not so long ago, I've met cryptocurrencies and I like the idea a lot. I'm a bitcoin supporter and I think it makes a good long term investment (although I know it is not it's main purpose to be an investment vehicle but rather an exchange method/currency for the future). Currently I'm making what I call "extra money" each month (around $200 USD I guess)... I know it is not a lot, but it's money I can save without affecting my economy. The thing is, over the years this money has been spent into banal things and for this 2015 I would like to make things differently, this is my idea: Of those (monthly) $200 USD, I would like to put 90% into Bitcoin and 10% into Yandex.Money (RUB) each month to diversify my savings. Now, besides that money I'm talking about, someone owes me like $1,000 USD (dunno if they'll ever get paid or not) but if they are, I wanna buy YNDX Stock with them (I've never bought stock before, I'm living in México, any advice?) OR maybe enter into the FOREX market by buying either JPY/EUGBP/CNY (Quick note: any other ideas about where can I invest those $1,000 USD if they ever get paid to me?, I've already discarded silver and gold coins because I find them hard to trade/exchange in México in order to get MXN). Finally I'm also planning to recieve income from paid advertising on my website, and if that's successful I want to keep that income in MXN in my personal savings account. The reason I made this savings plan is because I'm living "out of the system" (I'm an entrepreneur, not working in any company besides my emerging startup) and I want to start securing my future by having a savings/retirement fund available for when I'm older. What do you think of my ideas? Do you have any other advice for me? P.S. Yes, I know even in the bitcoin website they suggest that bitcoin is way to volatile to put your "life savings" into it, so that's why I'm going to experiment with my money in 2015 and see how much "financial performance" I get out of this new "bitcoin centric" plan, but do you have any beforehand forecast?
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