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DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 30th 2017

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The common currency lost  its January momentum by the end of the month, closing the week against the greenback flat a few pips below the 1.0700 level.  Much of the  so far modest dollar’s recovery came from US indexes soaring to all-time highs on renewed hopes that US President Trump, will boost growth and inflation. The measures announced during his first week at the office indicate that he is serious about implementing protectionist trade policies, as among other decisions, the withdraw the US definitively from the TPP deal.  US data released on Friday indicated that confidence in the future is somehow stronger than economic growth, as the most positive figure was the final reading of the Michigan Consumer Sentiment index for January, up to 98.5 from previous estimate of 98.1 the highest since 2004. The Q4 GDP disappointed, give a 1.9% real growth in the three months to December, below the 2.2% expected and previous 3.5%.  December Durable Goods orders drop 0.4% amid a surprising transportation orders decline, with the core reading, ex-transportation, up 0.5%, in line with market’s expectations.

During this week, attention will center on the FED’s meeting, although the BOJ, and the BOE will also have monetary policy meetings. As for the US Central Bank, no changes to the current rate of 0.50%-0.75% are expected, and given that there won’t be economic projections or a press conference, attention will focus in the statement, and clue it may offer on upcoming rate hikes. Also, the US will release its monthly job’s report on Friday.

From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that the price retreated from a major resistance, the 100 SMA in the daily chart. Additionally, the pair closed the day a few pips below the 38.2% retracement of the November/January decline at 1.0710, but held above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators in the mentioned chart retreated within positive territory, but so far give no signs of a downward continuation. In the 4 hours chart, the downward potential seems to be increasing, given that the price is now contained by a bearish 20 SMA, whilst indicators head modestly lower within bearish territory. Still, the pair is holding around a daily ascendant trend line coming from this month multi-year low of 1.0340, unable to confirm a break lower. A downward acceleration through 1.0650, is what it takes to confirm further slides for this Monday, towards the next Fibonacci support at 1.0565.

Support levels: 1.0650 1.0610 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0740 1.0770

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USD/JPY Types Passive Income

The USD/JPY pair closed the week a handful of pips above the 115.00 level, underpinned by a surprise move by the BOJ as the Central Bank increased its buying of 5 to 10-year bond yields from ¥410B to ¥450B. The 10-year JGB yield dropped to 0.075% from previous 0.09%, whilst the 5-year yield fell to -0.10%. Also, supporting the pair this past week was a  strong rally in equities, although gains were limited on Friday by soft  US data. The pair has set a strong floor in the 112.50 region, from where it recovered strongly in the past two weeks, yet given that the recovery stalled below the high within both lows, at 115.60, the upward potential remains limited. In the daily chart, technical indicators head higher, but are still unable to enter bullish territory, whilst the 100 DMA keeps heading north below the current level, indicating that a break above the mentioned resistance could indicate further gains for the upcoming days. In the 4 hours chart, however, technical indicators have lost upward strength, now consolidating within positive territory, whilst the price stands above a still bearish 100 SMA, but below its 200 SMA, this last around 116.00.

Support levels: 114.50 114.00 113.60

Resistance levels: 115.35 115.60 116.00

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GBP/USD Types Passive Income

After rallying to a fresh monthly high of 1.2673, the GBP/USD pair retreated on Thursday, despite resilient UK economic data. The economy grew by 0.6% in the last quarter or 2016, according to the GDP estimate, beating expectations of a 0.5% advance, even accelerating in the second half of  the year when compared to the first half. The Supreme Court ruled against the government in the case of the Parliament’s intervention in the Brexit date,  but it was renewed dollar demand what weighed on the pair. The Bank of England will have a monetary policy meeting this week, mostly expected to be a non-event, as it seems too early for Carney to reverse the easing announced last August. Despite the retracement, the GBP/USD pair hasn’t lost completely its latest upward potential, given that it held above 1.2510, the 23.6% retracement of its latest bullish run. In the daily chart, the 20 DMA maintains a modest bullish slope around 1.2330, converging with the 50% retracement of the same rally, whilst technical indicators retreated from overbought readings, but remain within bullish territory. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the risk has turned towards the downside, as the pair is currently developing below its 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator entered bearish territory, maintaining its bearish slope, and the RSI indicator turned lower around 52.

Support levels:  1.2510 1.2470 1.2425

Resistance levels: 1.2595 1.2635 1.2680

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AUD/USD Types Passive Income

The AUD/USD pair closed the week marginally lower at 0.7546 after failing to surpass the 0.7600 level, tested last week for the first time in two months. Weaker-than-expected Australian quarterly inflation figures weighed on the Aussie, later hurt by broad dollar’s demand. Consumer Price index rose by 0.5% in the last quarter of 2016, matching previous quarter reading, but below market’s expectations and previous 0.7%. Year-on-year, inflation also ticked lower, up by 1.6% against an expected 1.7% gain. Plummeting gold prices, with the commodity down around $25.00 an ounce for the week, also weighed on the Australian currency. Technically, the daily chart shows that the Momentum indicator has turned sharply lower from overbought level, and is close to cross its mid-line into negative territory, but also that the RSI indicator aims modestly higher around 60, and that the 20 DMA maintains a sharp bullish slope well below the current level, limiting chances of a steeper decline. In the 4 hours chart, the pair presents a neutral-to-bearish stance, as the price is struggling around a modestly bearish 20 SMA whilst technical indicators hold within neutral territory.

Support levels: 0.7530 0.7490 0.7450

Resistance levels: 0.7610 0.7645 0.7690

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GBP/CAD Types Passive Income

The GBP/CAD cross ended it’s the week pretty much neutral around 1.6500, as the Pound lost its upward momentum while the Canadian dollar advanced on the back of hopes of growth in the US, which will eventually benefit the neighbor country. Despite BOC Governor Poloz expressed its concerns about upcoming US policies, news that Trump took the initial steps to build the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, which will provide a quicker route for crude oil to US Gulf Coast refiners, boosted the CAD. The cross consolidated for most of the past week, having closed last Friday with a third consecutive doji. In the mentioned chart, however, technical indicators hold well above their mid-lines, aiming to regain the upside, whilst the 20 DMA holds flat around 1.6250. In the 4 hours chart, the cross also presents a neutral stance, with the price a couple of pips above a modestly bearish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator heading nowhere around its 100 level and the RSI heading modestly higher around 55.

Support levels: 1.6460 1.6405 1.6330

Resistance levels: 1.6550 1.6620 1.6685

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Dow Jones Types Passive Income

US major indexes closed little changed last Friday, with the DJIA down 7 points, to 20,093.78 and the S&P down by 2 points at 2,294.69. The Nasdaq Composite managed to gain some, up by 5 points or 0.10% to 5,660.78, with equities weighed by soft Q4 GDP growth. Nevertheless, indexes closed near record levels achieved earlier in the week. Earnings reports will keep on coming during the upcoming days, and will set the tone for stocks, beyond FOMC announcement or the NFP report. Within the Dow, Microsoft was the best performer, up 2.35%, followed by Caterpillar that added 1.82%. Chevron on the other hand, led losers’ list down by 2.37%. In the daily chart, technical indicators have lost upward strength and turned lower, with the Momentum near its 100 level and the RSI barely retreating from overbought territory, whilst the benchmark remains well above a horizontal 20 SMA, indicating a limited downward potential. In the 4 hours chart, the Momentum indicator heads sharply lower, now nearing its mid-line, but the RSI indicator consolidates around 62 and the 20 SMA maintains a strong bullish slope, now providing an immediate dynamic support at 20,058.

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

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

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FTSE Types Passive Income

The FTSE 100 advanced 23 points on Friday, and settled at 7,184.49, not enough to enter positive territory weekly basis. The Footsie was held down by a strong Pound that rallied to fresh January highs this past week, with Friday’s advance supported by Tesco that closed 9.29% higher after announcing it will restart paying dividends and announcing the company reached a deal to buy food wholesaler Booker Group for £3.7 billion. Pearson on the other hand was the worst performer, down 2.41%. Technically, the daily chart shows that there was not much action this past week, with the benchmark confined to a tight range, below its 20 DMA and with indicators flat within neutral territory, maintaining the risk towards the downside. The weekly low was set at 7,130, the key support for the upcoming days as a break below it should lead to further losses. In the 4 hours chart, the technical picture is also neutral, with the benchmark confined around its 20 and 100 SMA, and technical indicators lacking directional strength around their mid-lines.

Support levels: 7,130 7,085 7,025

Resistance levels: 7,183 7,241 7,288

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Gold Types Passive Income

Spot gold closed the week sharply lower at $1,190.87 a troy ounce, undermined by a spike in risk-appetite as speculative interest resumed the “Trump-trade” mid last week. The commodity fell to a weekly low of 1,180.49 last Friday, paring losses on the back of soft US data. A market report, showing that physical demand for gold declined to a seven-year low during 2016, and that the during the last quarter of the year the commodity reached its largest levels of oversupply in over a decade, also weighed on the commodity. From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that the price retreated from a key resistance, a bearish 100 SMA, while also settling by the end of the week below its 20 SMA, suggesting an increasing bearish potential. In the same chart, indicators have continued retreating from overbought readings, currently hovering around their mid-lines, leaving gold at risk of falling further. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA heads south above the current level, and after crossing below the 100 SMA, whilst technical indicators bounced from oversold readings, but remain within negative territory, with the RSI turning lower around 42, also suggesting an increased downward potential.

Support levels: 1,181.20 1,173.15 1,162.10

Resistance levels: 1,196.00 1,204.50 1,214.60

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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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