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By: Nadeem_Walayat

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Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleThe story of the week was President Obama hopping on a plane to Communist China to learn about Capitalism, the U.S. Bond Market rallied on hopes of an extension to the China funded U.S. overdraft that currently totals $800 billion.


Ever escalating stimulus packages and never ending Quantitative easing sets the scene for Eventually a decade of inflation as my next in depth analysis will cover, a taste of which is here - Deflationists Are WRONG, Prepare for the INFLATION Mega-Trend

Financial Market Trends and Forecasts Update

November 1st's in depth analysis (Stocks, Dollar and Gold Bull Markets Inter-market Analysis) gave updated projections for key markets into the end of 2009 and early 2010 as summarised below:

Gold Targeting $1200 by March 2010, $1350 2010.: $1,150 ($1,046) + 10%

Gold soared and silver played catchup. The target for March is $1200 the current price of $1,150 is well ahead of schedule, on face value this either signals some sort of impending currency crisis, or more probably Gold is short-term overbought and due a correction back through $1,100.

Dow Targeting 10,350 to 10,500 During December 2009 :10,437 (9,712) + 7.5% target achieved.

The Dow hit the mid target range of 10,425 and started a 'normal' correction that continues to target 9950 to 9900 (as per last weekends newsletter).

USD Targeting 84 during December 2009 : 75.61 (76.36) - 1%

The U.S. Dollar eeked out a small gain for the week as it continues to attempt to build a base at 75, with the nearest buy trigger remaining at 77.00.

In Summary, Stocks, Gold and Silver in progress or imminent corrections and awaiting Dollar uptrend confirmation.

Source: http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article15216.html

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Comments

John Doe
25 Nov 09, 06:44
Dollar collpase..nothing new

Nadeem,

The Dollar just broke down to 74.36...right now it is at 74.54. This isnt the first time it has gone down that low but it has always managed to close at 75. If the dollar index closes within 74 how low could the green back go? Is it time to forget about a dollar rally?

Has S(officially)HTF lol? A long term chart of the dollar shows that it has been heading lower since the 80's. The dollar made a high at 160 in 85. Then it made a low in 92-93 at around 80. It rallied again to 120 in 00-01. Now with all this STHF, the dollar is in serious TROUBLE. Anyone that has been watching the longterm charts of the dollar index would know that the dollar has been heading lower over the years. The thing that I find hilarious about this whole sudden media circus surrounding the dollar is, why didnt the media notice when the dollar was at 71 in 2008?



25 Nov 09, 08:11
US Dollar
Yes, the dollar bull scenerio has been busted. Though it NEVER gave a buy trigger, the closest was at 77. Also my analysis did call the bottom in March 2008 - http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article4072.html All the best.

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