Market Roundup September 9th 2009

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The Traders & Investors Club is an indispensable element in the development of both new and experienced traders. One of the major benefits of membership of the Traders & Investors Club is the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals at our regular meetings.

Every month, Kevin Barry presents his Market Roundup which is a tour through the global marketplace looking for trading opportunities.

This month, Kevin discusses targets for several currencies and commodities based upon his technical analysis of the markets.

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Market Roundup September 9th 2009

  1. 1. Welcome to The Traders & Investors Club Tuesday, 22nd September 2009 www.tradersandinvestorsclub.co.uk
  2. 2. Market Roundup
  3. 3. US Dollar Index Constituents
  4. 4. US Dollar Index
  5. 5. US Dollar Index S&P 500
  6. 6. Sterling v. US Dollar
  7. 7. Euro v. US Dollar
  8. 8. Euro v. Sterling Daily
  9. 9. US Dollar v. Yen 2 4 1 3
  10. 10. Yen v. S&P500 S&P 500 Yen v. $US
  11. 11. S&P 500
  12. 12. S&P 500 v $VIX Fear $VIX Complacency
  13. 13. S&P 500 v. Put/Call Ratio Put/Call Ratio Above 1 = more puts than calls Below 1 = more calls than puts
  14. 14. S&P 500 v. Put/Call Ratio
  15. 15. EURJPY v. S&P500 EURJPY S&P500
  16. 16. Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs S&P500
  17. 17. Goldman Sachs
  18. 18. FTSE100
  19. 19. FTSE100 wave a = wave c? c? a b
  20. 20. 60-Day Strength Relative To The FTSE 350 Index Six Top Sectors Six Bottom Sectors
  21. 21. FTSE350 Sector Strength Technology Sector FTSE350
  22. 22. 60-Day Strength Relative To The Technology Sector Technology Stocks
  23. 23. Technology Sector Relative Strength Pace Micros Technology Sector FTSE350
  24. 24. Nikkei 225
  25. 25. Long Term Forecast Using the Kitchin/Juglar cycles
  26. 26. Sentiment
  27. 27. Sentiment
  28. 28. CCI Commodity Index
  29. 29. Commodity Relative Strength
  30. 30. Gold Gold US Dollar Index
  31. 31. Gold
  32. 32. Gold Gold Inflation-Adjusted
  33. 33. Gold - Commitment Of Traders Report
  34. 34. Gold
  35. 35. Copper
  36. 36. Copper
  37. 37. Crude Oil
  38. 38. Crude Oil
  39. 39. Crude Oil
  40. 40. Natural Gas
  41. 41. Natural Gas
  42. 42. Natural Gas
  43. 43. Natural Gas UNG - US Natural Gas ETF
  44. 44. US Natural Gas ETF Call Ratio Backspread Sell April 7 ITM calls + Buy April 11 OTM calls in a 1/2 ratio Cost to open position = 0 Breakeven for spread $15
  45. 45. Baltic Dry Index
  46. 46. Baltic Dry Index v. S&P500
  47. 47. Baltic Dry Index
  48. 48. Baltic Dry Index
  49. 49. Baltic Dry Index
  50. 50. Baltic Dry Index
  51. 51. Soya Beans
  52. 52. Soya Beans
  53. 53. Coffee
  54. 54. Coffee
  55. 55. Coffee Coffee Inflation-Adjusted
  56. 56. Sugar
  57. 57. Sugar
  58. 58. 10 Year Treasury
  59. 59. 10 Year Treasury Yield S&P500 Dividend Yield 2.5%
  60. 60. US House Prices
  61. 61. UK House Prices
  62. 62. US Income & Spending
  63. 63. US Income & Spending
  64. 64. US Unemployment
  65. 65. US Unemployment
  66. 66. US Unemployment
  67. 67. Real US Inflation
  68. 68. US Money Supply
  69. 69. US Money Supply Cash & Current Accounts M1 + Deposit Accounts "Broad Money" M2 + Money Market Funds Large Liquid Assets
  70. 70. UK Inflation 1.6% -1.3%
  71. 71. Economic Calendar
  72. 72. Market Roundup

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