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DC Trade Signals Sep 24, 2:49am GMT

 6S traders finished the day at ~+ $8200 on the short Gold trade and ~+ $1350 on the long US Dollar Index (DX) trade with money in many other markets. Despite the down bars in US Equities and Germny's DAX those markets are still hedging their bets as they decide whether to really give the current downside move some legs. That is dubious on today's price action. Those who took the T.03PLUS Sell signal for DAX on 09/18 are at + $15,580 at today's close while the T.03PLUS Sell for S&P from the same date and the Sell for Russell together with the T.03 Sell in Dow for 09/16 set up trades to today's close in S&P of ~+ $7137, $4290 in Ruissell, $5770 in the Dow short and some part of ~ $7800 in the NASDAQ short triggered by the T.03 Sell signal elected on 09/16 but interrupted by a 1 bar counter trend.

Monday's T.03 Sell in NZD-USD got some legs today to be at ~+ $1980 at today's close while Monday's T.03 Buy for USD-JPY is looking promising. So some part of $54,500 plus a number of other profitable trades depending on the stops you chose. T.03 Sell in AUD-USD for 09/16 is at ~+ $2040 and AUD-JPY short is still giving. On any version it makes another nice week with more to go!

The Week That Was Sep 21, 7:56am GMT

 Equities are having a deep think about whether to go lower and make the correction have some meaning, US T-Bonds are snoozing and Oil, Wheat and Sotbeans rattled home late in the week to add spice to the 6S numbers. Crude Oil closed the week at ~+ $3350, Wheat added $1750 in two days and Soybeans added ~ $1880 to go with the previous upside trades of  $1650, $2050 and $950 all since 08/12 which came after our short trade of ~ $1200. Made a nice addition. Sugar rolled to the March 2021 contract and rattled up ~ $810 in four days. That may seem modest but this is a market with a margin of $1047 so we are talking about 77% on margin and that is always a decent return with likely more to come. #11 Sugar trades on the ICE exchange.

It's Da Moon! Sep 04, 4:49am GMT

 Today our rewards to enjoy over the holiday weekend arrived on target and on time. Best of these was the T.03 and Blue line Sell signal for S&P posted at 8PM on Tuesday evening for Wednesday and Thursday’s trading which enjoyed the full moon and 5 separate expiring daily time cycles to elect its DC Sell signal and give up ~117 points or ~ $5700 after being down more than $7500 at one stage. As DC traders know all US Equities are so correlated that a DC trade signal in one can be traded in any other provided that the trade is elected but tp ensure that you got the very best value we also posted on Wednesday evening DC Sell signals for NASDAQ and Russell. NQ made some part of $12000 close to close and over $7300 on the DC signal and Russell lost ~42 points.

The Blue line signals are the strongest of all DC signals and to the above you can add the DC Blue line Buy for USD-CAD elected on Wednesday, Monday evening’s Blue line Sell for EUR-USD, and the respective Blue line and T.03 Sell signals for AUD-USD and NZD-USD both elected on Wednesday and still going as was the DC Sell for EUR-USD. Blue line and T.03 Sells for GBP-CHF and GBP-JPY were posted Tuesday evening and elected on Wednesday and we are still in both those trades. The big down bar in CAD-CHF today was the reaction to DC Blue line and T.03 Sell signals posted on Wednesday evening for action on Thursday as was the big up bar today in EUR-AUD in response to the DC Blue line and T.03 Buy signals also posted Wednesday evening for action on Thursday. Nice enough.

Labor Day Holiday Sep 02, 6:00am GMT

 US markets will be closed for the Labor Day holiday on Monday 09/07 and some markets will close early on the Friday. Forex will trade as normal but volume will be lighter. As we require a full day of trading to reset the charts after a market holiday there will be no DC trade signals for Monday and signals will resume on Tuesday evening for Wednesday's trading. 6S traders should get flat at Friday's close or at least be confident that their stops are in place as some Futures contracts will trade for part of Monday. E-equities halt at 12pm on Monday and resume for normal evening trading.

Signals For 09/01/20 Aug 31, 11:57pm GMT

 Signal for GLD today should be for Comex Gold. 6S closed Monday with ~+ $5300 in ES, $1500 in Gold, $2700 in Coffee, $2000 in Beans and $2150 in Wheat. Nice start to the week leading up to Labor Day weekend.

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