Trade77; COT Report of The Week 25th Jan.


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Euro ——> Bullish!
Strange! Speculators positioning has changed dramatically and now they are net long! They had around 45000 net short contracts and now they have 4109 net long contracts! It’s strange isn’t it?
So the bias has changed completely and now bulls are going to show their power to the bears.

Sterling ——> Bullish

I talked about speculators fears about Cable short contracts as they decreased their short contracts, now they are net long just the same as EURO contracts but we have to see more long contracts in order to assume that sentiment is clearly bullish.
COT Indexes are near to a market extreme but not yet.

Kiwi ——>End Of Market Extreme

Nothing has changed again except an increase in speculators long contracts, so they are still net long.

Aussie ——> Still Bullish

Completely nothing has change here too, still we have a strong pressure to the upside as we have more than 50000 net long contracts on this pair.

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  • Anonymous

    Stein, Really thanks for you comment. Yes I’ve seen SSI and its numbers but I think COT is more universal and more useful than SSI. Also I don’t like to use information that is not released to public. So they might stop releasing their numbers 🙂
    But sure as you want I will have a look at it and let you know about that.

  • Stein G

    Hi Mani,
    Again I am thankful to this important report which gives input to the different currencies bias for the next days/week. I also found one more closer sentiment indicator giving the daily positions of some 120.000 customer accounts (mostly speculators) it is found on DailyFX, and called SSI report: http://www.dailyfx.com/technical_analysis/sentiment/ . Please review it and give us some feedback on what you think about this in the more short (1-2 days) and how it may help to get a more immediate view of a currency bias. I like to combine this in also using yours as the underlying sentiment. Thx, Stein G