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With Passive Income Online, Doji candlestick trading is probably one of the simplest ways to make money with either stock or foreign exchange trading. Trading systems based on candlestick charts can be easy to implement and yet extremely effective.

Doji candlestick strategies use the chart without too many other indicators. The doji leaps out at the eye very clearly so you can see your initial trading signal at a glance. Of course, you would then look across the previous candles to check that the market is in the right position for a trade. We will cover that in a moment.

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Finally, you would normally check against at least one other indicator before actually opening a trade. However, much of this can be done very fast. This is a big advantage in day trading, and it is a day trading strategy known as doji reversal that we will be looking at here.

So first, identifying the doji. The doji candlestick marks a period where the open and close prices are the same. This means that there is no candle body, just the two wicks to the highest and lowest prices, plus a horizontal line at the open and close price.

Therefore the doji is in the shape of a cross. It is normally a sign of indecision or reversal in the market. It occurs frequently in a very volatile market and is not so useful then. However, when it occurs in an upward or downward trending market it can predict retracement or reversal, which the trader can profit from.

When a doji candlestick is spotted in the market, first look back to see whether there has been enough movement for you to profit from a retracement. A retracement may only be about one third of the distance since the last low. If that gives you enough space to cover your spread and allow for a little slippage, you can go on to step 2.

Step 2 involves checking an oscillator to make sure that the current price is shown as overbought or oversold. Either the RSI (relative strength index) or MACD (moving average convergence/divergence) can be used for this purpose. An overbought or oversold market plus the doji is a good indication that you can get involved.

You can also look at the trading volume. If trading is trailing off, then this is another sign that a reversal might be about to occur.

When you open a trade, be prepared at first for a retracement. Either set a limit order at the point that you would expect a short term retracement to reach, or watch and do this manually. At that point, you might want to close just half of the trade. With the other half, you could move the stop to a no-lose position close to your opening price, and let it run in case a major reversal occurs.

Of course, there is always a risk, as with any form of speculative trading. You do need to know what you are doing and this kind of trading requires a lot of practice, even though it is a simple system. Therefore we recommend trying out these doji candlestick trading strategies in a demo account so that you know how to operate them successfully before going live.

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Online Passive Income DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 31st 2017

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The EUR/USD pair is closing the day flat, a handful of pips below the 1.0700 in a day were macroeconomic data were far less relevant that politics or central bankers´ comments. The week started with the greenback soft across the board, gapping lower against its major rivals amid Trump’s surprise announcement to ban immigration for some certain Muslim countries, although the pair retreated from the 1.0740 level, from where it fell down to 1.0619 on the back of ECB’s Nowotny comments, as the Austrian Governing Council member said that the bank could review its monetary policy stance in June, but that no decision is likely to be made about tapering.

Data was mixed both sides of the Atlantic, with sentiment improving in the EU according to January survey, as the Economic Sentiment indicator increased to 108.2 from previous 107.8, the best reading in almost six years. German January inflation was estimated to have grew by 1.9% YoY, better than previous 1.7% but below the 2.0% expected, the highest reading since July 2013. In the US, consumer spending rose by the most in three months last December, advancing 0.5%, although incomes rose 0.3%, below than expected. Core PCE inflation, FED’s favorite inflation reading, was upwardly revised to 1.7% in November from previous 1.6%, coming in flat in December at 1.7% that anyway is the highest in almost a year.

The pair looks vulnerable towards the downside at current levels, as it broke below the daily ascendant trend line coming from this month low of 1.0340, and the late US session pullback was unable to advance beyond it. In the 4 hours chart, the pair presents a technical resistance around 1.0700/10, where the pair has the mentioned trend line, a Fibonacci retracement, and a bearish 20 SMA. A stronger one comes around 1.0770, the 100 DMA. Technical indicators, also in the 4 hours chart, the RSI indicator has bounced from oversold readings but lost upward strength around 47, whilst the Momentum indicator aims modestly higher around its mid-line, rather reflecting the latest recovery than indicating additional gains ahead.

Support levels: 1.0650 1.0610 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0740 1.0770

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The USD/JPY pair plunged sub 114.00 after flirting with the 115.00 level during the past Asian session, as risk aversion backed the safe-haven yen, following US President Trump decision to suspend the country’s refugee program and banning immigration from certain Muslim countries. The pair fell despite some encouraging US data, as core PCE inflation surged to 1.7% for the first time in a year last November, according to the latest review, while Pending Home Sales grew by 1.6%  in December, after falling 2.5% in the previous month. The Bank of Japan will have its monetary policy meeting during the upcoming Asian session, and whilst changes in rates are not expected, investors will be closely watching for comments about the latest surprise increase in the latest bond-buying. If that is going to become a new normal, the JPY may plummet on a veiled extension of its QE.  For now, however, the Japanese currency maintains a strong upward potential and technical readings in the 4 hours chart support additional gains for this Tuesday, given that the price plunged below a bearish 100 DMA that now converges with a Fibonacci resistance at 114.50, whilst technical indicators head sharply lower within negative territory. The pair traded as low as 113.44 this Monday, and a break below it should lead to a retest of the 112.50/60 region, where the pair bottomed during the last two weeks.

Support levels: 113.45 113.00 112.55

Resistance levels: 114.00 114.50 114.95

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The GBP/USD pair fell to 1.2467, its lowest in 4 days, after trading as high as 1.2600 at the beginning of the day, weighed by investors’ negative mood. There were no fundamental news coming from the UK this Monday, with attention focused on next “Super Thursday,”  when the BOE will have a monetary policy meeting and release its quarterly inflation report. The Central Bank is expected to remain on hold, but upward revisions to inflation forecast could affect the Pound. Now trading around 1.2470, the pair presents a clear bearish stance in its  4 hours chart, given that the price has accelerated its decline after breaking below the 23.6% retracement of its latest daily advance around 1.2510, whilst technical indicators in the same chart present sharp bearish slopes within negative territory. The 20 SMA in the mentioned chart turned lower far above the current level, supporting the bearish case. Below 1.2460, the decline can extend down to 1.2410, the 38.2% retracement of this January rally.

Support levels:  1.2460 1.2410 1.2375

Resistance levels: 1.2490 1.2530 1.2580

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The AUD/USD pair saw little action at the beginning of the week, confined to a tight 40 pips range this Monday with action limited at the beginning of the day amid several holidays in Asia. In fact, Chinese markets will be closed for most of the week due to the New Year holiday, which will likely keep activity around the Aussie restricted. During the upcoming session, Australia will release December private sector credit figures and NAB’s business confidence indicators, not usually big market movers. Mute gold prices, also helped keep the pair range bound. From a technical point of view, the pair maintains the neutral stance seen on previous update according to the 4 hours chart, given that technical indicators keep hovering around their mid-lines whilst the price hovers around a horizontal 20 SMA. The pair needs to leave the 0.75/0.76 range set last week to be able to gain some directional traction either side of the board, with the scale lean towards the downside in the short term.

Support levels: 0.7530 0.7490 0.7450

Resistance levels: 0.7610 0.7645 0.7690

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The GBP/CAD cross fell to 1.6318 its lowest in nearly two weeks, weighed by a weaker Pound and a modestly stronger Canadian dollar, on speculation Canada could benefit from Trump’s protectionist policies, as Canada has always benefitted from high-quality immigrants, now rejected by the new US administration, particularly as the country has an aging population and is eager for new blood. As for the cross, the decline stalled at the 61.8% retracement of the latest bullish run, retreating towards the static support and turning short term bearish in the 4 hours chart, given that the price is currently developing below a modestly bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators hold within bearish territory, losing their bearish strength, but still far from changing course. Previous lows in the 1.6410 price zone are the immediate resistance, with the bearish pressure easing on a steady recovery above it.

Support levels: 1.6320 1.6250 1.6180

Resistance levels: 1.6420 1.6460 1.6510

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Wall Street closed in the red, with the DJIA having one of its worst days since the US election. The benchmark closed 113 points lower at 19,971.13, having been over 200 points into the red early in the American session. The S&P lost 0.54% and closed the day at 2,280.90, while the Nasdaq Composite shed 47 points, to 5,613.71. Within the Dow, only 6 components closed in the green, whilst industrials were the worst performers, amid fading hopes about upcoming growth policies. Caterpillar topped loser’s list down 2.29%, followed by Du Pont that shed 2.05%. The daily chart shows that the DJIA fell briefly below its 20 SMA, but settled above it, whilst technical indicators have turned lower within positive territory, still holding above their mid-lines. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have bounced from oversold readings, but hold well below their mid-lines, whilst the benchmark met some intraday buying interest around the 100 and 200 SMAs, both holding around 19,900. In this last time frame, the 20 SMA has turned sharply lower far above the current level, keeping the risk towards the downside.

Support levels: 20,058 19,999 19,950

Resistance levels: 20,106 20,150 20,200

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The FTSE 100 resumed its latest slide this Monday, shedding 66 points to settle at 7,118.48. The decline was led by Tesco, as news over the weekend suggested that the planned deal to buy food wholesaler Booker group, faces an investigation from competition regulators. The company was the worst performer, closing the day down 4.24%, followed by Rolls-Royce Holdings that shed 3.79%. DCC, an Industrial company, top gainers’ list, up by 4.12%. The Footsie was unable to find release from a weaker Pound, barely recovering from an intraday low of 7,104, now the immediate support. Technical readings in the daily chart favor additional declines, as the benchmark is further below a flat 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators present strong bearish slopes within negative territory. In the 4 hours chart, the index is below its 20 and 100 SMAs, with the shortest heading south below the largest, and technical indicators having turned flat within bearish territory, after a limited bounce from oversold readings.

Support levels: 7,104 7,057 7,011

Resistance levels: 7,150 7,183 7,241

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Spot gold managed to add some ground this Monday, with spot closing the day around $1,193.60 a troy ounce, amid increasing risk aversion, although the advance in the commodity was quite limited considering the reaction of other financial assets to Trump’s latest decision, somehow indicating decreasing upward potential for gold. The daily chart shows that an early advance up to 1,199.36 was contained by the 20 DMA, whilst the 100 DMA presents a sharp bearish slope above it, now around 1,210.50. In the same chart, technical indicators turned flat around their mid-lines, all of which maintains the risk towards the downside. In the 4 hours chart, the price remains trapped between the 100 SMA, capping the upside around the mentioned daily high, and above a directionless 20 SMA. Technical indicators in this last time frame have lost upward strength after entering positive territory, also suggesting limited buying interest. Overall, the risk remains towards the downside, with a break below the daily low of 1,188.24 required to confirm a new leg lower.

Support levels: 1,188.24 1,181.20 1,173.15

Resistance levels: 1,193.30 1,210.50 1,216.15

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millennial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

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Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 

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1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

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