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Examples Passive Income DAILY MARKET REPORT
November 17th 2016

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Dollar’s momentum drove the EUR/USD pair to a fresh yearly low of 1.0665, with hopes for a December rate hike and expectations of upcoming Trump’s policies underpinning the greenback. US data was generally positive, although below market’s expectations. Industrial Production was unchanged in October after decreasing 0.2% in September. Also in October, manufacturing output increased 0.2%, and mining posted a gain of 2.1%  for its largest increase since March 2014. The Producer Price index was unchanged in October, against expectations of a 0.3% advance, while compared to a year earlier, the PPI advanced by 0.8%, the largest 12-month advance since rising 0.9% in December 2014. Core data, excluding food and energy, edged down 0.2% in October  when compared to the previous month, but climbed by 1.2% when compared to October 2015.  While the readings were failed to surprise, the softer-than-expected number are not enough to halt the FED.

The EUR/USD pair managed to recover some ground by the end of the US session, hovering a handful of pips above the 1.0700 level, closing down for an eighth consecutive day, and looking overstretched in the daily chart. The pair may well correct higher this Thursday, although chances for a steeper advance beyond the 1.0800 region are quite limited. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the 20 SMA maintains its strong bearish slope, currently around 1.0755, offering a strong dynamic resistance. In the same chart, the RSI indicator is bouncing modestly form oversold readings, while the Momentum indicator advanced further within bearish territory. Overall, the risk remains towards the downside, with a break blow 1.0660 favoring a retest of November 2015 low at 1.0505, en route to 1.0460.

Support levels: 1.0660 1.0625 1.0580

Resistance levels: 1.0755 1.0800 1.0850

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The USD/JPY pair printed 109.75, a fresh 5-month high this Wednesday, underpinned by continued demand for US assets. US Treasuries yields were on the rise at the beginning of the day, with the 10-year benchmark reaching a fresh yearly high. Worse-than-expected US data, however, helped the pair to correct lower, with short term buying interest defending the 109.00 mark in the American afternoon. Yields retreated, with the 10-year yield settling around 2.23%, further supporting the yen. Technical readings in the daily chart have reached extreme overbought conditions, as the pair has been rising strongly since early last week, and given that the price has neared the key psychological 100.00 mark, investors may take some profits out of the table, particularly if stocks in Asia are weak, leading to a downward corrective move. Intraday, the 1 hour chart shows that technical indicators remain flat around their mid-lines, failing to suggest a clear upcoming direction, while the price remains well above a bullish 100 SMA, currently at 107.90. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators are giving signs of upward exhaustion, retreating from overbought readings, and in line with further slide on a break below 109.00.

Support levels: 109.00 108.55 108.10

Resistance levels: 109.40 109.90 110.25

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GBP/USD Examples Passive Income

The GBP/USD pair seesawed between gains and losses this Wednesday, but was unable to find a certain direction, ending the day flat in the 1.2440 region. The UK released a mixed employment report, as the unemployment rate fell to 4.8%, its lowest in eleven years, but  the claimant count jumped by 9.8K in October, whist September’s figure was revised upwards from 700 to 5,600. Average pay, excluding bonuses, rose by 2.4% annually in the three months to September, up from 2.3%, but  pay including bonuses rose by 2.3% in the same period, matching last month’s figures. The pair is waiting for a catalyst, and despite the Pound has been resilient to dollar’s strength, the risk is towards the downside, and technical readings in the 4 hours chart support so, given that the price was unable to advance beyond a flat 200 EMA, while the 20 SMA gain further downward strength above the largest. Furthermore, technical indicators in the mentioned time frame head nowhere within bearish territory, limiting chances of an upward move. Still, the pair needs to break below the strong static support area around 1.2330, to confirm a downward extension during the following sessions.

Support levels: 1.2375 1.2330 1.2290

Resistance levels: 1.2470 1.2510 1.2550

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The AUD/USD pair plunged to its lowest in two-months, printing 0.7460 ahead of the release of US data. In Australia, wage growth hit a record low, rising just by 1.9% in the third quarter, when compared to the same quarter of 2015, barely matching the rising cost of living, while new motor vehicle sales fell in October by 2.4%, undermining the antipodean currency. The AUD/USD pair bounced from the mentioned low, but was unable to regain the 0.7500 mark, heading into the Asian session with a weak intraday tone, as in the 1 hour chart, the 20 SMA heads strongly lower above the current level, while the RSI indicator resumed its slide well below its mid-line, after correcting oversold readings. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have pared losses, but the RSI remains around 32 and the Momentum well below its 100 level, while the 20 SMA has fallen further above the current level, all of which maintains the risk towards the downside. The pair has  a major support at 0.7450, the 38.2% retracement of this year early rally, with a break below it opening doors for a  steady decline down to the 0.7200/50 price zone.

Support levels: 0.7450  0.7420 0.7375

Resistance levels: 0.7490 0.7525 0.7560

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GBP/CAD Examples Passive Income

The GBP/CAD cross edged lower for a third consecutive day, although the decline was moderated, as Pound’s traders were unmotivated, while the Canadian dollar found support in better-than-expected local data, as Manufacturing Shipments have expanded at a monthly 0.3% in September, bettering expectations of 0.1% in October. The cross ended the day a few pips above its daily low of 1.6667, and short term technical readings maintain the risk towards the downside, given that in the 1 hour chart, the price is consolidating below its 20 SMA, while technical indicators remain within negative territory, although with no clear directional strength. In the 4 hours chart, the bearish momentum is clearer, as the 20 SMA gained bearish slope, currently offering resistance at 1.6865, while the Momentum indicator heads lower within bearish territory and the RSI indicator consolidates around 41.

Support levels: 1.6660 1.6610 1.6550

Resistance levels: 1.6735 1.6790 1.6840

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US indexes closed mixed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average ending the day lower after reaching record highs for four days in a row. The index settled at 18,868.48, down by 54 points or 0.29%. The S&P also closed in the red, down by 0.16% at 2,176.94, although the Nasdaq Composite advanced 18 points, to 5,294.58 as technology-related equities followed the positive lead from Europe. For the Dow, the movement seems for the most corrective, with the index in a consolidative phase after approaching the critical 19,000 mark earlier this week. Technically, the daily chart shows that indicators have lost their upward strength and turned modestly lower, but hold within overbought territory, while the 20 DMA continues advancing far below the current level, now crossing above the 100 DMA. Shorter term, the benchmark presents a neutral stance, given that it has spent the day hovering around a modestly bullish 20 SMA, while the Momentum indicator is stuck around its 100 level, and the RSI indicator heads slightly lower around 57.

Support levels: 18,805 18,759 18,692

Resistance levels: 18,971 19,025 19,060

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The FTSE 100 lost 43 points to settle at 6,749.72, weighed by a decline in home builders. British Land Co. fell 2.3% as the real-estate investment firm announced a first-half pretax loss of 205 million pounds, citing negative property valuation following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union in June as reason for the loss. Also, Barratt Developments  dropped 2.77%, as the company said that  sales rates in London have been soft compared with last year. The FTSE daily chart shows that it remained below its 100 DMA, while the 20 DMA extended its decline above the largest. Technical indicators in the mentioned time frame have turned lower within bearish territory, supporting some further declines for this Thursday. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA accelerated its decline, now offering a dynamic resistance around 6,783, while technical indicators hover within neutral territory, failing to offer clear directional clues. Further slides can be expected on a break below 6,693, last Friday’s low.

Support levels: 6,734 6,693 6,656

Resistance levels: 6,782 6,853 6,905

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Gold Examples Passive Income

Spot gold closed the day a few cents below $1,224.00 a troy ounce, extending its consolidative phase after bottoming at 1,211.50 at the beginning of the week. Attempts to recover ground were contained by selling interest around the 1,230.00 region. Spot traded as high as 1,233.01 at the beginning of the day, but rising expectations of a US rate hike next December, weighed on the safe-haven asset. The dollar index hit a 14-year high of 100.54, further supporting dollar’s  gains against gold. From a technical point of view, the risk remains towards the downside, as the price remains far below its moving averages, with the 20 and 100 SMAs accelerating their declines, and technical indicators holding near oversold readings, with no certain directional strength. In the 4 hours chart, the price is unable to surpass a bearish 20 SMA, whilst the momentum indicator holds flat around its 100 line, and the RSI indicator heads nowhere around 39.

Support levels:  1,218.60 1,209.10 1,198.20

Resistance levels: 1,233.10 1,241.40 1,253.10

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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.

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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.

 

 

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1. Increase your income
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THE CLARITIQUE QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

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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?

 

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