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Building Passive Income DAILY MARKET REPORT
November 10th 2016

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Against all  odds, Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th President of the United States of America, and surprisingly, the greenback also won, at least against the common currency and the dollar bloc. The American dollar and Wall Street began shedding ground early Asian session, when the first exit polls showed that Mrs. Clinton was not doing as well as expected, and plummeted once Trump´s victory was confirmed early London. The movements were in line with the magnitude expected by investors, although what nobody saw coming was that US stocks would trim all of those intraday losses and rally to fresh multi-month highs.

There’s still much uncertainty over both, the economic and political future of the US,  not to mention how the FED will act from now on, which means that wild moves in a  volatile environment are not yet over. However, there is a clear winner for this election, and it’s the Republican Party that now controls not only the Presidency, but also the  House of Representatives and  the Senate, which means the party will have a clear path when it comes to implement new policies. The question is, would Trump and its co-party members agree? The other winners of the day were US yields, as the 10-year benchmark reached 2.01%, while the 30-year yield rose above 2.80% in the American afternoon.

The EUR/USD pair soared to 1.1299, its highest in two months, but closed the  day barely above the 1.0900 level,  with the common currency additionally weighed by the European Commission decision to cut the EU and the UK growth forecast.  According to the official report, growth would slow to 1.7%   this year from 2.0%t in 2015 and decelerate further to 1.5% in 2017 before picking up again to 1.7% in 2018.  The wild  intraday ride in the pair has left technical readings partially distorted, although the risk is towards the downside, considering that the pair is at fresh two-week lows, and that it failed to hold on to gains above its daily MAs. Shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that the price settled below all of its moving averages, and that technical indicators maintain their bearish slopes near oversold readings. The immediate support comes at 1.0910, with a break below it exposing the October low of 1.0850, en route to 1.0800.

Support levels: 1.0910 1.0850 1.0800

Resistance levels: 1.0950 1.1010 1.1060

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The USD/JPY pair advanced to a fresh 4-month high of 105.78 after trading as low as 101.18, as US stocks and yields rallied sharply in the American afternoon, with the firsts not far from record highs and US treasury yields soared to fresh 9-month highs, with the 10-year benchmark at 2.01% and the 30-year one up to 2.81%. Trump’s opinions during the campaign pointed clearly to economic protectionism, which should have a negative impact over the country’s growth, yet at the same time, rising yields suggest on the contrary that investors are confident in the future, probably because the Republican country has full control of the Houses. Indeed, uncertainty rules, yet in the meantime, the pair keeps advancing, and will probably continue rallying, still looking poised to test the 106.60 critical resistance. Intraday charts favor such rally, as in the 1 hour chart, technical indicators maintain their bullish slopes within overbought levels, while the price is back above its 100 and 200 SMAs, with the shortest slowly turning higher. In the 4 hours chart, technical readings also favor a continued advance, with technical indicators heading north well above their mid-lines, bouncing sharply from oversold readings.

Support levels: 105.45 105.00 104.60

Resistance levels: 106.00 106.60 107.10

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The GBP/USD pair closed the day with some modest gains after trading as high as 1.2546, pretty much neutral for a second consecutive day. Trading around the pair was quite choppy, with market players unable to find a certain direction. Data released earlier today showed that the UK’s deficit on trade in goods and services was estimated to have been £5.2 billion in September 2016, a widening of £1.5 billion from August 2016. Exports decreased by £0.2 billion and imports increased by £1.2 billion. The deficit on trade in goods was £12.7 billion in September 2016, widening by £1.6 billion from August 2016, reflecting  a decrease in exports of £0.2 billion to £26.1 billion and an increase in imports of £1.3 billion to a record £38.8 billion. Despite the political uncertainty surrounding the greenback the pair still looks poised to extend its decline, having settled a double roof around the 1.2500 region, and having failed to extend beyond the 38.2% retracement of its latest daily slump. In the 4 hours chart, the technical picture is neutral-to-bearish, as the price has been moving back and forth around a modestly bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators are turning south around their mid-lines. Still, a break below the 1.2320/30 region is required to confirm further slides towards 1.2100.

Support levels: 1.2365 1.2325 1.2270

Resistance levels: 1.2440 1.2490 1.2530

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It was a wild ride for the AUD/USD pair, as it rose to 0.7778 late Tuesday, its highest since April, but plunged down to 0.7578 on the announcement of Trump’s victory in the US Presidential election. The pair sunk alongside with worldwide stocks, as Asian shares plunged with the news, in spite of China reporting that consumer inflation grew at its fastest pace in October. The CPI rose 2.1% from a year early, matching expectations, although it fell by 0.1% compared to September 2016. The Producer Price index beat expectations YoY, up by 1.2% against previous 0.1%.  The pair struggled for direction for the rest of the day, but finally capitulated to dollar’s demand and falling gold prices, ending the day well into the red, despite Wall Street’s gains. The technical picture favors further slides, although the pair held again above the daily ascendant trend line coming from May 30th low of 0.7148, now around 0.7600, converging with a strong Fibonacci support. Technical indicators in the 4 hours chart, head lower within bearish territory, while a bearish 20 SMA capped the upside during the last two sessions, favoring a retest of the mentioned low.  Should the bearish momentum extend, the pair could extend its slide down to 0.7450, a long term static support and the base of these last months’ range.

Support levels: 0.7600 0.7570 0.7525

Resistance levels: 0.7640 0.7690 0.7730

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The GBP/CAD cross erased most of this week losses, advancing up to 1.6963 to finally settle around 1.6675, as the Canadian dollar closed the day sharply lower, while the Pound managed to post some modest gains, against their American rival. There were no relevant news coming from the UK or Canada, and in fact, the Canadian dollar plunged, despite stocks and oil edged higher, amid increased dollar’s demand in the US afternoon. Despite closing the day in the green, the short term picture for the cross is far from clearly bullish, as in the 1 hour chart, the Momentum indicator has bounced from near oversold readings, but holds well into the red, while the RSI is flat around its mid-line, and the price is unable to clearly extend beyond a bullish 20 SMA. In the 4 hours chart, the price has been moving back and forth around a modesty bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators turned south within neutral territory, suggesting limited upward potential at the time being.

Support levels: 1.6630 1.6570 1.6520

Resistance levels: 1.6720 1.6770 1.6850

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Dow Jones Building Passive Income

US stocks’ futures plummeted ahead of Wall Street opening, but changed course abruptly, accelerating gains after the opening, and closing at fresh multi-month highs, not far from record readings, as investors dismissed the risks related to Trump’s policy after he addressed America with a conciliatory speech. The Dow Jones Industrial Average close the day 256 or 1.40% higher at 18,589.72, while the Nasdaq Composite added 1.11%, to end at 5,251.07. The S&P gained 23 points, to settle at 2,63.26. The DJIA fell down to 17,475, its lowest since June this year, only to surge up to 18,647 during the American afternoon, a whopping 1,200 points intraday range. The daily chart shows that it closed the day far above its 100 DMA currently at 18,333, while technical indicators head north within positive territory, supporting some further gains ahead. Furthermore, and in line with a bullish continuation, the benchmark broke above a daily descendant trend line that contained rallies since late August. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the index retreated modestly from its daily high ahead of the close, resulting in technical indicators also losing their upward strength, although there are no technical signs pointing for an upcoming reversal. In this last chart, the 20 SMA has crossed above the 100 and 200 SMAs, although they all remain too close to be understood as a market strong signal. Above 18,647, the daily high, the rally can extend pass 18,672, this year’s intraday top.

Support levels: 18,549 18,496 18,428

Resistance levels: 18,647 18,672 18,750

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FTSE Building Passive Income

The FTSE 100 closed 1.0% higher at 6,911.84, about 300 points above its daily low. Turmoil across the financial world, as a result of Donald Trump winning the US Presidential election, triggered a sharp sell-off in equities during the Asian session that extended early Europe, but things changed mid London morning.  Investors changed their minds after Trump offered a moderated initial speech, but optimism accelerated after Wall Street’s opening, and US stocks not only erased losses, but rally towards record highs. Among the FTSE, mining shares were the best performers, with Fresnillo up 10.69%, Antofagasta adding 8.91% and Rio Tinto closing the day 6.84% higher. Technically, the daily chart for the Footsie shows that the benchmark is currently struggling around a bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators have recovered from oversold readings, maintaining their bullish slope, but not yet clearly entering positive territory. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators turned flat near overbought levels, while the index has moved sharply above a now bullish 20 SMA, indicating that the index could regain the 7,000 level during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels: 6,920 6,875 6,824

Resistance levels: 6,953 6,995 7,042

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Gold Building Passive Income

Spot gold surged over 5% during the past Asian session, trading as high as 1,337.35 a troy ounce, its highest since late September, before trimming all of its daily gains and settling barely $2.0 higher in the 1,275.00 region. The metal rally as the dollar fell hard after  Donald Trump was declared  the new US president, but began to ease as a moderate speech from Trumped cooled down investors fears. Stocks’ rally weighed further on the metal, alongside with increasing optimism that the FED will raise rates anyway next December. From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that the technical indicators maintain a neutral stance, holding flat around their mid-lines, whilst the price is below all of its moving averages, suggesting the commodity may fall further, particularly on a break below 1,268.02, the weekly low. In the 4 hours chart, the price has also settled below its moving averages, while technical indicators head sharply lower after entering bearish territory, in line with the longer term perspective.

Support levels: 1,268.00 1,257.20 1,246.10

Resistance levels: 1,280.20 1,289,70 1,299.00

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1. Can you share one Intention you most desire to achieve?

2. Imagine some likely future situation, what happens when you see yourself making your Intention
come real?

3. Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax and feel good? Some people say their
own home and this is good, can you think of another?

4. Being appreciated and respected is a human need, we can all remember at least one time when
we felt appreciated and respected. What happens as you begin to feel loved and respected?

5. What drives your passion positively? Passion sometimes reaches boiling point. What happens
when your passion for something, someone or a situation in your life was so intense it was on
fire, burning inside you with life?

6. When you learn new ways to do act on intention, beautifully your chances of making it come real
multiplies. What else happens as you begin to learn new possibilities?

7. Having a deep sense of fulfilment from within is the best elixir imaginable, magically bringing
you freedom, happiness and satisfaction. It’s good to know that people find different things
fulfilling. Can you remember a time when you felt totally fulfilled?

8. Wow moments often come unexpectedly and are often amazing thrilling us to bits. Can you
describe five different wow moments in your life?

9. The word enrichment conjures up a colourful palette of positive emotions in us. Can you tell me
what the word enrichment means to you?

10. Music is an incredible healing force, enriching the human spirit, also opening and
strengthening the connection between the body and mind. Is there any music giving you
strong feelings?

 

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