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Passive Income Investment Opportunities DAILY MARKET REPORT
October 4th 2016

EUR/USD Passive Income Investment Opportunities

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The American dollar closed the day this Monday, with the British Pound underperforming amid weekend comments from PM Theresa May, putting a starting date to the Brexit.  Fears about Deutsche Bank stability eased late Friday, and the positive mood extended into early Asia, with local shares closing broadly higher.

The EUR/USD pair traded between 1.1204 and 1.1241 this Monday, closing modestly lower, in spite of better-than-expected European data showing that regional manufacturing growth picked up by the end of the third quarter. The September Markit manufacturing PMI for Germany came in at 54.3, above August 53.6, while for the whole EU, it resulted at 52.6, in line with market’s expectations, and both at fresh 3-month highs. The common currency was unable to attract demand after the releases, finally easing with the release of the US ISM manufacturing index that rose by more than expected in September, up to 51.5 from August 49.4.

Technically, the pair continues lacking progress, as investors can’t find a certain catalyst to trade the pair. The daily descendant trend line that has been containing the upside ever since the price reached 1.1615 last May, stands around in the 1.1250/60 region, with a stronger resistance at 1.1280, where the pair has posted multiple intraday highs during the past few weeks. This last, is still the level to break to confirm a sharper recovery, while the base of the wider weekly range stands at 1.1120. For the upcoming sessions, and according to the 4 hours chart, the neutral stance persists, given that the price keeps hovering around its moving averages, all together in a 20 pips range and heading however, while technical indicators are moving back and forth around their mid-lines, with no certain directional momentum.

Support levels: 1.1190 1.1160 1.1120

Resistance levels: 1.1245 1.1280 1.1335

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USD/JPY Passive Income Investment Opportunities

The Japanese yen ended the day pretty much unchanged this Monday, having held within the upper range of Friday’s range. As risk sentiment eased, so did demand for the safe-haven currency, with gains of the JPY further limited by a weaker-than-expected Tankan report, which showed that business conditions for large manufacturers remained unchanged in the third quarter, against expectations of a slight improvement. With China on holidays for most of the week, and the US releasing its Nonfarm Payroll report next Friday, seems likely that the pair will continue trading range bound in the days to come. Technically, however, the bearish risk is limited as long as the price remains above 100.65, a major Fibonacci support. In the 1 hour chart, technical indicators have turned flat above their mid-lines, while the price holds above its 100 and 200 SMAs, with the shortest advancing above the largest. In the 4 hours chart, however, the pair is unable to advance beyond its moving averages, while the Momentum indicator turned lower within neutral territory, and the RSI indicator also heads south, but around 59, in line with the shorter term outlook.

Support levels: 101.00 100.65 100.35

Resistance levels: 101.85 102.30 102.75

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GBP/USD Passive Income Investment Opportunities

The British Pound sunk at the weekly opening and remained under pressure all through the day, weighed by weekend comments from UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, who announced she will pass a bill to begin the Brexit process, and invoke the Art. 50 of the Lisbon treaty  “no later than at the end of March next year.” Also, Mrs. May repeated that “Brexit means Brexit,” suggesting that the UK is ready for a hard exit.  The GBP/USD pair plunged down to 1.2816, its lowest in almost three months, unable to recover even with the release of the  UK’s manufacturing PMI  that jumped in September to 55.4 beating expectations of 52.1 and reaching its highest level since June 2014. The pair bounced modestly in the US session, but remains well below the 1.2900 figure, correcting its latest losses rather than anticipating a change of direction, according to short term technical readings. In the 1 hour chart, the price is well below a strongly bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators have bounced modestly from oversold readings, but lost upward strength nearby. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators are also bouncing from oversold territory, but not far away, while the 20 SMA has accelerated its decline above the current level, now around 1.2960.

Support levels: 1.2815 1.2780 1.2745

Resistance levels: 1.2910 1.2960 1.3000

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AUD/USD Passive Income Investment Opportunities

The Aussie managed to inch higher at the beginning of the week, despite a local holiday, as improved market’s sentiment and a recovery in Asian and European equities, fueled demand for the antipodean currency. The AUD/USD pair advanced up to 0.7681, retreating partially during the US session amid better-than-expected American data, but finding buying interest around the 0.7650 region.  The Reserve Bank of Australia will have its economic policy meeting during the upcoming Asian session, the first with Wheeler as governor. The Central Bank is largely expected to keep rates on hold at 1.5%, but Wheeler’s words will be scrutinized in search of clues for any upcoming move in the economic policy. Holding not far from the mentioned high, the pair presents a modestly positive tone, although the pair has been unable lately to hold on to gains beyond the 0.7700 level. In the 1 hour chart, technical indicators are heading north from around their mid-lines, while the price is developing above its 20 SMA, in line with further advances. In the 4 hours chart, a horizontal 20 SMA contained intraday declines, but technical indicators remain within neutral territory, indicating that a firmer advance beyond 0.7700 is required to confirm further gains for this Tuesday.

Support levels: 0.7650 0.7600 0.7565

Resistance levels: 0.7695 0.7735 0.7770

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GBP/CAD Passive Income Investment Opportunities

The GBP/CAD cross plunged to a fresh 1 month low of 1.6816, as the Pound was hit by Brexit woes, while the Canadian dollar got some help from a continued advance in oil prices. Despite Canadian Markit manufacturing PMI fell to 50.3 in September from 51.1 in August, the commodity related currency edged modestly higher against most of its stronger rivals. Crude oil prices advanced after Iran’s President, Hassan Rouhani, called non-OPEC producing countries to support the market, and stabilize it by rising prices. Brent recovered $ 50.00 a barrel, while WTI futures traded as high as $49.05 during the US afternoon. The 1 hour chart shows that the price has managed to bounce modestly from the mentioned low, but that it was only enough for technical indicators to correct oversold readings, while the price is still below a bearish 20 SMA, currently around 1.6900, providing an immediate resistance. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators are recovering partially from oversold readings, rather suggesting some consolidation ahead than a recovery, while the 20 SMA turned lower almost vertically above the current price, and below the 200 EMA, supporting further declines on a break below the mentioned daily low.

Support levels: 1.6815 1.6750 1.6700

Resistance levels: 1.6900 1.6965 1.7020

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Dow Jones Passive Income Investment Opportunities

Wall Street closed in the red, but with indexes off  their daily lows, as better-than-expected US data helped them bounce. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.30% lower at 18,253.85, while the Nasdaq Composite lost 11 points, to end at 5,300.87. The S&P lost 0.33% or 7 points, to 2,161.20. The banking sector led the decline, on the absence of news over Deutsche Bank woes. Among the Dow, Goldman Sachs lost the most, closing the day 0.12% lower. Positive US manufacturing figures revived the possibility of a December hike, also weighing on stocks. As for the DJIA, the daily chart shows that the benchmark continues holding above the 20 and 100 SMAs, bouncing after testing the shortest, while technical indicators have lost their upward strength, and hover around their mid-lines. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the downside also seems limited, as indicators turned higher around their mid-lines, although they lack enough upward momentum to support an upward extension, whilst the index is trapped between bearish moving averages, also indicating that further gains are unlikely in the short term.

Support levels: 18,235 18,162 18,110

Resistance levels: 18,319 18,373 18,440

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FTSE Passive Income Investment Opportunities

The FTSE 100 posted a strong comeback, surging by 1.22% or 85 points to close at 6,983.52 on a weaker Pound. The British currency plunged as Theresa May announced the UK will trigger a hard Brexit, by the end of the first quarter of 2017. A weakening Pound fueled export-oriented shares, and those companies that benefit from overseas clients. InterContinental Hotels Group led the advance, up by 3.11%, followed by Travis Perkins, up also by 3.11%. Energy related companies also gained as oil keep rallying, with Royal Dutch Shell adding 2.4%. The daily chart for the FTSE 100 now presents a strong upward tone, as technical indicators head north within positive territory, while the benchmark extended above its 20 SMA. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have resumed their advances after correcting overbought readings, while the 20 SMA heads sharply higher below the current level, in line with the longer term outlook.

Support levels: 6,948 6,865 6,810

Resistance levels: 7,003 7,038 7,080

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Gold Passive Income Investment Opportunities

Gold prices kept falling at the beginning of the week, with spot down to $1,309.28 a troy ounce, its lowest since September 21st. Easing Deutsche Bank fears and better-than-expected US data put the commodity under selling pressure, with the possibility of a US December hike back up after strong manufacturing readings. The metal has fallen for five consecutive days, but there are no technical signs suggesting the downward potential is exhausted. In fact, and from a technical point of view, the risk is of a break lower, as in the daily chart, the 20 DMA has extended its decline below the 100 DMA, both above the current level, while the RSI indicator heads south around 38. The pair has an immediate support around 1,308.00, the 38.2% retracement of its May/July rally, having quickly recovered from brief declines below it during the past months. Below this level, the psychological 1,300 figure is next, and more relevant, as a break below it will likely fuel the negative sentiment towards gold. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the bearish strength is clear, given that the price is developing below all of its moving averages, with the 20 SMA at 1,319.45, providing an immediate intraday resistance, and the RSI indicator heading lower near oversold readings.

Support levels: 1,308.00 1,299.50 1,290.10

Resistance levels: 1,319.45 1,327.80 1,333.50

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