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Examples Joint Venture DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 9th 2017

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The negative impact of the FOMC’s Minutes on the dollar, was  partially offset by a mixed employment report, released on Friday. The US created 156,000 new jobs last December, below market’s expectations of 178K, whilst the unemployment rate ticked up from 4.6% to 4.7%.  Wages, however, surprised to the upside, as average hourly earnings grew by 2.9% in December from previous 2.6%, its highest rate of growth since June 2009. On a monthly basis, hourly earnings rose by 0.4%, against previous month’s decline of -0.1%. Gains in salaries somehow reaffirmed FED’s conviction of the labour market’s strength.

The EUR/USD pair initially advanced to 1.0619 with the news, its highest for the week, but finally ended the day around 1.0530, as dollar buyers returned once the dust settled and realizing that the figures are not enough to take the FED out of the tightening path presented last December. News coming from the EU on Friday showed that business and consumers sentiment for December remains strong, as the Economic Sentiment Indicator for the region increased to 107.8 from an upwardly revised 106.6, in line with the upward momentum of the economy seen late 2016.

From a technical point of view, the pair failed to hold on  to gains above 1.0600 for a second consecutive week, whilst posting a lower high. Additionally, the price was unable to establish above the 23.6% retracement of the November/January decline, at 1.0565, suggesting that weakness will likely persist. In the daily chart, the price is currently above a bearish 20 DMA, around 1.0445, but far below sharply bearish 100 and 200 DMAs, whist technical indicators have turned modestly lower within positive territory, indicating that the pair may resume its decline on a break below the mentioned 1.0445 dynamic support. In the 4 hours chart, a bullish 20 SMA stands a few pips below the current price, the RSI indicator has lost directional strength within neutral territory, while the Momentum indicator retreated sharply from overbought territory, but still holds above 100, also suggesting that further signs are needed to confirm a steeper decline.

Support levels: 1.0530 1.0490 1.0445

Resistance levels: 1.0565 1.0615 1.0650

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USD/JPY Examples Joint Venture

After posting a fresh 3-week low of 115.06, the USD/JPY pair closed the week flat a couple of pips below the 117.00 level, with the Japanese yen undermined by a recovery in USD-related assets. On Friday, and following a mixed US employment report, which showed less-than-expected jobs’ creation, but a strong gain in wages, US yields bounced back from multi-week lows, while stocks posted all-time highs, with the DJIA flirting with 20,000. Further gains are still to be confirmed,  as the daily chart shows that technical indicators have turned sharply higher, and are currently struggling to confirm an upward extension into positive territory, whilst the 100 DMA extended further above the 200 DMA, both far below the current level. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have recovered from oversold readings, but pared gains below their mid-lines, having lost upward momentum, whilst the price bounced from a bullish 200 SMA, but was unable to extend beyond the 100 SMA, now at 117.40. It would take a clear advance beyond this last to confirm additional gains, back towards the 118.60 price zone.

Support levels: 116.55 116.10 115.70

Resistance levels: 117.00 117.40 117.90

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GBP/USD Examples Joint Venture

The GBP/USD pair reversed its Thursday’s gains to close the week in the red at 1.2284. The Pound got a boost from dollar’s FOMC-triggered weakness that resulted in the pair advancing up to 1.2432, a 2-week high. Still, concerns about the upcoming Brexit continued to weigh on the UK currency, fueled by comments by Jonathan Faull. Faull was  a British official in the European Commission, who retired this January after the failed attempt to keep the UK in the EU. In an interview last Friday, he said that  access to the single market is not “for sale,” implicating that the UK will be unable to buy privileged access to the single market after leaving the EU. Despite UK’s economic data released during the week showed that the economic momentum kept picking up during the last quarter of the year, news were not enough to benefit the Pound. Technically, the daily chart shows that the price advanced temporarily above a bearish 20 SMA, now around 1.2365, and even beyond the 38.2% retracement of the latest daily decline before sinking. In the same chart, technical indicators have turned south after failing to surpass their mid-lines, maintaining the risk towards the downside. In the shorter term and according to the 4 hours chart, the downside is also favored, with the 20 SMA converging with the 23.6% retracement of the mentioned side around 1.2330, and technical indicators now flat around their mid-lines, after correcting the overbought conditions reached a day before.

Support levels: 1.2260 1.2220 1.2185

Resistance levels: 1.2330 1.2365 1.2410

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AUD/USD Examples Joint Venture

The AUD/USD pair pulled back from a weekly high of 0.7356, but closed it with solid gains anyway, at 0,7295. The Aussie benefited from strong Chinese data, which, in turn,  meant a sharp recovery in base metals’ prices. Weighing on the pair on Friday was the US monthly Nonfarm Payrolls report, as despite the US economy created less jobs than expected, the details were somehow encouraging. Wages, measured yearly basis, rose to their highest since 2009, whilst the underemployment rate, one of FED’s favorites measures of unemployment, improved to 9.2%. Technically, the pair retreated after correcting the 50% of its latest slump between 0.7254 and 0.7159. Daily basis, the price holds well above a bearish 20 SMA and around the 38.2% retracement of the same slide, whilst technical indicators have lost upward momentum and turned slightly lower within neutral territory, all of which limits chances of further gains. In the 4 hours chart, the price was unable to advance beyond its 200 EMA, which converges with the mentioned 50% retracement, whilst technical indicators maintain their strong bearish slopes and are about to cross their mid-lines into negative territory. A strong static support is now located at 0.7270, with a break below it opening doors for a steeper decline to sub-0.72 readings.

Support: levels: 0.7270 0.7230 0.7190

Resistance levels: 0.7315 0.7350 0.7400

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GBP/CAD Examples Joint Venture

The GBP/CAD cross plunged to 1.6231, a fresh 3-month low, and closed the day measly 20 pips above it, as a weaker Pound combined with a strong CAD. The UK currency was hit by renewed concerns over a hard landing of the UK economy once Theresa May pulls the Brexit trigger, whilst the Canadian dollar benefited from a strong local jobs’ report. The country created 53.7K new jobs against zero expected, although  the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.9% from 6.8%.  Also, the trade surplus was larger-than-expected, up to $0.53B against a deficit of $1.6B expected. The technical bias is clearly bullish now, as the cross breached the 61.8% retracement of its latest daily advance, at 1.6390, while in the daily chart, the price has accelerated below a now clearly bearish 20 DMA as technical indicators extended their declines within negative territory. In the shorter term, the 4 hours chart also shows that technical readings maintain the risk towards the downside, as the 20 SMA heads sharply lower, converging with the mentioned Fibonacci resistance, while the RSI indicator holds within oversold readings.

Support levels: 1.6230 1.6180 1.6125

Resistance levels: 1.6330 1.6390 1.6440

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Dow Jones Examples Joint Venture

Wall Street edged higher last Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average coming within 0.37 points of 20,000 hitting 19,999.63 intraday, to close the week at 19,963.80, up by 64 points or 0.32%. The S&P 500 advanced roughly 8 points, or 0.35%, to 2,276.99, trading in record territory, whilst the Nasdaq Composite added 33 points or 0.60% to settle at 5,521.06. Looking beyond the negative headline of the US Nonfarm Payrolls report released on Friday, wages growth hit a new post-recession high, as average hourly earnings increased by 2.9% YoY. Nike was the best performer within the Dow, up by 1.60%, followed by Walt Disney, up by 1.49% and Goldman Sachs that gained 1.48%. The daily chart presents a modest upward potential, as the index is holding above a flat 20 DMA, but far above the 100 and 200 DMAs, whilst technical indicators turned modestly higher, but with no strength, and with the Momentum indicator still around 100. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 and 100 SMAs converge around 19,895, providing a major dynamic support, whilst technical indicators turned lower within positive territory, not enough to confirm an upcoming bearish move.

Support levels: 19,940 19,895 19,853

Resistance levels: 20,000 20,045 20,100

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FTSE Examples Joint Venture

The FTSE 100 posted its seventh consecutive record close,  ending Friday at 7,210.05, up by 14 points or 0.20%. Having started the day in the red, the index benefited from a weaker Pound, while a recovery in the banking sector offset the poor performance on mining-related equities. The best performer was BAE Systems, up by 2.98%, followed by Lloyds Banking group that surged by 1.93%. Leading losers’ list was Fresnillo, down 3.51%, followed by Randgold Resources that shed 2.83%. The Footsie maintains its bullish tone according to technical readings, as indicators resumed their advances, with modest upward slopes, within positive territory, while the benchmark advanced further above a bullish 20 DMA. In the 4 hours chart, the index remains well above a bullish 20 SMA, with buying interest still surging on approaches to it, and currently at 7,178, while technical indicators hold flat above their mid-lines, lacking upward momentum amid the limited intraday ranges seen lately.

Support levels: 7,178 7,146 7,110

Resistance levels: 7,229 7,260 7,295

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Gold Examples Joint Venture

Spot gold closed with solid gains for a second consecutive week at $1,172.86 a troy ounce, having traded as high as 1,184.86 on  Thursday, its highest in over a month. Despite demand for US-related attests resumed after the release of the monthly employment report, gold held on to gains, somehow confirming an interim bottom at December’s low of 1,122.62. Technically, the advance is still seen as corrective in the longer term, as the price settled around the 23.6%, retracement of the post-election decline, and the commodity is at risk of resuming its decline any time, particularly if confidence in the US and the greenback persists. In the daily chart, technical indicators have pulled back modestly after approaching overbought territory, while the price is well above a flat 20 SMA, all of which limits chances of a downward move. In the 4 hours chart, the price holds above a bullish 20 SMA that crossed above the 100 and 200 ones, whilst technical indicators having turned flat within positive territory, after correcting overbought conditions, in line with the longer term outlook.

Support levels: 1,173.10 1,165.20 1,156.15

Resistance levels: 1,179.20 1,184.90 1,191.30

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Why The Wellness Clarinet LTD –

 

Branding by Association and Wow!
Committed to helping people achieve their burning intention and critical net worth (CNW), with passion warmth focus and adventure. Luckily with a well established group of successful companies contributing to the process.

 

David Jean-Baptiste: Executive Chairman and inventor of Flow Centre, a successful clarinettist, saxophonist, trader and entrepreneurial creative thinker. With endorsements as an artist from Henri Selmer Paris  and d’Addario

 

 

THE CLARITIQUE QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

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(for people desiring to squeeze more juice from life)

 

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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 fulfillment 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?

 

David Jean-Baptiste

 

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Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.

What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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