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Passive Income Podcast DAILY MARKET REPORT
November 16th 2016

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Following a soft start of the day, the American dollar resumed its advance across the board, after the release of better-than-expected US Retail Sales figures. According to official data, sales rose by 0.8%, while the core reading also rose by 0.8% when compared to the previous month, lifting odds for a December rate hike in the US. Only the Canadian dollar outperformed the greenback, underpinned by a sharp recovery in oil prices.

In Europe, data were mixed, but overall soft,  as German’s economic growth in the third quarter of 2016 was of 0.2%, below previous 0.4% and expectations of 0.3%. Year-on-year GDP, came in at 1.7%, against previous and expected 1.8%. The EU GDP for the third quarter came in at 0.3%, matching previous reading and expectations, while the annual figure remained flat at 1.6%. The ZEW survey, showed that sentiment continues to improve jumping to 13.8 in November from previous 6.2 in Germany, while for the whole EU region it came in at 15.8 from previous 12.3. The assessment of the current situation in Germany, however, came in at 58.8 from previous 59.5.

The EUR/USD pair traded as high as 1.0816 during the London session, but ends the day near the 1.0708 low posted on Monday, with the bearish tone  firm in place and scope to extend its slide on Wednesday. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart shows that the 20 SMA maintains a strong bearish slope above the current level, and also that selling interest was quite strong on approach to it, standing now around 1.0800. In the same chart, however,  technical indicators lack directional strength, but hold within negative territory, indicating the absence of buying interest around the pair.

Support levels: 1.0700 1.0660 1.0625

Resistance levels: 1.0760 1.0800 1.0850

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The USD/JPY pair traded as high as 109.05 this Tuesday, a fresh 5-month high, fueled this time by the upward surprise in US data. Not only October retail sales beat expectations, but also, the New York Empire State manufacturing index advanced to 1.5 in November, following a 6.8 decline in October, which was the third consecutive monthly decline. In addition, October Export prices rose 0.2% MoM and Import prices gained 0.5% MoM, this last, beating market’s expectations. The pair is on track to challenge the critical psychological benchmark of 110.00 and even break beyond it, towards 111.50, May’s high. Technically and in the short term, the 1 hour chart shows that technical indicators have turned horizontal within positive territory, while the 100 SMA has extended its advance above the 106.60 key Fibonacci level, now holding around 107.10. In the 4 hours chart, the price is far above its moving averages that are slowly turning higher well below the current level, while the RSI indicator is flat around its 70 level, and the Momentum indicator lost upward strength, holding well above its mid-line, nothing actually indicating that the price may retreat from the current area.

Support levels: 108.55 108.10 107.70

Resistance levels: 109.05 109.40 109.90

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The GBP/USD pair edged lower for a second consecutive day, down to 1.2379 to finally settle around 1.2440. The release of the UK inflation figures weighed on the Sterling, as  the numbers missed expectations. The Consumer Price index  rose in October by 0.9%, below the expected 1.1% and previous 1.0%, when compared to October 2015. The core year-on-year reading was of 1.2%, while compared to the previous month, inflation rose by 0.1%. The retail price index remained flat monthly basis, resulting in the YoY figure holding at 2.0%. Finally, the  price of goods bought and sold by UK manufacturers, as estimated by the Producer Price Index, rose above expected in October, with input prices up 12.2% in the year to October, and output prices rose up 2.1%. The 4 hours chart shows that the price remains well below its 20 SMA that hovers around 1.2530, while technical indicators have bounced modestly from oversold levels, not enough to support a steady advance from the current level. On the contrary, a break below the mentioned daily low will likely push the pair down to the 1.2330 region, a major static support that if broken, will result in the pair falling back towards the 1.2000 region.

Support levels: 1.2375 1.2330 1.2290

Resistance levels: 1.2460 1.2500 1.2550

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The AUD/USD pair advanced up to 0.7581 at the beginning of the day, with the Aussie finding support in an optimistic Governor Lowe. The release of the latest RBA meeting Minutes showed that policymakers are confident that inflation will rise, and that the risk around inflation forecast is ‘broadly balanced’ and that the economy continues to grow at a moderate pace. Still, the pair was unable to hold on to gains, and fell down to 0.7511, its lowest in a month, to finally settle in the 0.7540 region. Overall, dollar’s strength continues dominating the pair, and a decline towards the 0.7450 support is possible for the upcoming sessions. Short term, the 1 hour chart  presents a neutral-to-bearish stance, with the price developing below a mostly flat 20 SMA, and technical indicators lacking clear directional strength within negative territory. In the 4 hours chart, selling interest has surged on approaches to a bearish 20 SMA, now at 0.7560, while the RSI indicator has resumed its decline, now around 40. Renewed selling interest below 0.7520 should open doors for further slides, towards the 38.2% retracement of this year early rally at 0.7450.

Support levels: 0.7520 0.7490 0.7450

Resistance levels: 0.7560 0.7600 0.7635

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GBP/CAD Passive Income Podcast

The GBP/CAD cross extend its decline down to 1.6680, driven by a sudden recovery in oil prices that helped the Canadian dollar to outperform against its American rival. News that Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih will travel to the Qatari this week for meetings with oil-producing countries on the sidelines of an energy forum, to continue discussing the terms of a possible deal, pushed US crude up by 5.8%, to settle back above the 45.00 mark. The GBP/CAD cross closed the day around 1.6780, presenting a bearish tone in the short term, given that in the 1 hour chart, the price quickly retraced on a test of a bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators have resumed their slides after correcting oversold conditions. In the 4 hours chart, the cross is also biased lower according to technical readings, with indicators turning back south well below their mid-lines, and the 20 SMA slowly turning south in the 1.6930 region.

Support levels: 1.6720 1.6660 1.6610

Resistance levels: 1.6790 1.6840 1.6900

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Dow Jones Passive Income Podcast

Wall Street closed marginally higher this Tuesday, with the DJIA closing at fresh record highs, for a fourth day in-a-row. The benchmark added 0.29% or 54 points, settling at 18.923.06, while the Nasdaq Composite added 1.10%, to end at 5,275.62, and the S&P gained 16 points to 2,180.39. Energy-related equities were the best performers as WTI futures surged by 6.0%. Verizon Communications was the best performer, up 2.58%, followed by Chevron, up 2.22% and Exxon Mobile that added 1.81%. The upward momentum remains strong, despite the Dow looks now overstretched in the daily chart, with technical indicators aiming to advance further within extreme overbought territory. Still, and in the mentioned time frame, the 20 DMA has accelerated higher, converging with the 100 DMA 600 points below the current level. In the 4 hours chart, the index is a few points above a now horizontal 20 SMA, while technical indicators lack upward strength, but hold within positive territory. The risk of a downward corrective movement will increase on a slide below 18,805, a strong static support.

Support levels: 18,856 18,805 18,759

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

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FTSE Passive Income Podcast

The FTSE 100 closed at 6,792.74, up by 39 points, helped by a recovery in oil prices, and further positive earnings reports. Tesco shares rose 5.42% after the research firm Kantar Worldpanel said its sales grew 2.2% in the 12 weeks to 6 November. Royal Dutch Shell added 2.92%. Among the worst performers were mining-related equities, with Anglo American topping the losers’ list, down by 6.68%, followed by Glencore, which shed 5.45%. The daily chart shows that the index is pressuring a bullish 100 DMA, still unable to clearly surpass the indicator, while the 20 DMA maintains its bearish slope, acting as dynamic resistance at 6,894. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart, technical indicators have regained their upward slopes, but remain within bearish territory, and below previous monthly highs. In the 4 hours chart, the index is struggling around a modestly bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators aim higher around their mid-lines, supporting some further gains on an extension beyond 6,853, the immediate resistance.

Support levels: 6,782 6,734 6,693

Resistance levels: 6,853 6,905 6,964

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Gold Passive Income Podcast

Spot gold consolidated this Tuesday, ending the day pretty much flat around $1,244.00 a troy ounce, maintaining the bearish tone seen during the past few days. The commodity advanced up to 1,231.46 at the beginning of the day, as the dollar was trading softly against of its rival assets, but demand for the greenback re-surged on better-than-expected US retail sales and manufacturing data, which reaffirmed speculation that the FED will raise rates next December. The daily chart shows that technical indicators’ bearish momentum has eased partially, but that continue heading lower within oversold territory, while the 20 SMA gains downward strength far above the current level, maintaining the risk towards the downside. In the 4 hours chart, the price has been consolidating below a still bearish 20 SMA, while the Momentum indicator has recovered partially within bearish territory, while the RSI indicator consolidates around 38, in line with the longer term outlook.

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

Resistance levels: 1,231.25 1,241.40 1,253.10

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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
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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
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