Gold standard was the monetary system where the countries of the world agreed to directly link each country’s currency (paper money)’s value to the value of physical gold.

It was replaced by fiat money (government-issued currency) using the U.S. Dollar Index (USDX). The USDX system started


Reference

  1. https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp
  2. https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise

Use Skyferia: Start with US Dollar Index 100 and compare with the 6 currencies at that time . . .

Lot SizeOunceCents
Micro
Mini
Std.100100k

Volatility (security price increase/decrease rate over time); historical volatility

Prospective loss / projection

Securities e.g. stocks, bonds, shars, etc.

Red flag – complex/problem/warning

Capitalization – asset cost

gold standard is a monetary system where a country’s currency or paper money has a value directly linked to goldcountries agreed to convert paper money into a fixed amount of goldmonetary system backed by the value of physical goldReplaced by fiat moneyFiat money is a government-issued currencySource: https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/09/gold-standard.asp

elimination of the gold standard fostered the birth of the U.S. Dollar Index

U.S. Dollar Index tracks the dollar’s value relative to six foreign currencies: the euro, Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona, and Swiss franc

A falling dollar diminishes its purchasing power internationally, and that eventually translates to the consumer level. For example, a weak dollar increases the cost to import oil, causing oil prices to rise. This means a dollar buys less gas and that pinches many consumers.

US Dolalr Index (USDX) is a geometrically averaged calculation of six currencies weighted against the U.S. dollar, and is calculated in real time every second using the spot prices of the USDX’s component currencies

USDX measures the dollar’s general value relative to a base of 100.000
For example, the current reading says 86.212 so dollar has fallen 13.79%

start of the US Dollar Index is March 1973 when the world’s biggest nations met in Washington D.C. and all agreed to allow their currencies to float freely against each other, known as the base period

 EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, and USD/CAD

USDX can be used as an indicator of the U.S. dollar’s strength

USDX = 50.14348112 × EUR/USD^(-0.576) × USD/JPY^(0.136) × GBP/USD^(-0.119) × USD/CAD^(0.091) × USD/SEK^(0.042) × USD/CHF^(0.036)

Source: https://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/

Dollar index <- main/crucial/fundamental tool for intraday/gold trading

100k/500 = 200 <- 202.77 (used margin; the 500 is the leverage)

Gold price / ?? = ?? = 1825/500 = $3.x <- price of 1 ounce @ 0.01

1700/500 = 3.4 <- for 1 ounce

5% margin rule

Lunch time

Gold is against US$

ascending/descending triangle (broken)

Daily target

Oil investing (abt. Supply & demand) days: Wednesdays 10.30

low/high freq. trade

entry/exit point

Intraday – buy & sell on the same day

Margin

Use 5% & below of $300

Trading aid

Value added services

Pivot – reach support/resistance then reverse

Points: entry(open), exit(close

(Entry @18.25; Exit @ 18.20) <- count with pips (too)

Below pivot, sell

Post 9.30pm M’sia time is right time to trade

$1 == 10 pips

Price / Deposit = x

500/3.642 = 137.29 ounce <-> Deposit/x = ounce

When oversold, buy (0-20 is oversold); oversold & overbought are Stop Out indicators

Resistance – support = 39.82 – 38.13 = 169 pips / 2 = 84.5 (~84) pips with 138.970 pivot

84 pips * 20% = 16.8 pips | buy: 38.13 + ??? =  38.33 | TP: 38.97 – 38.77 = 2 pips 

EURJPY downtrend i.e. EUR weaker than JPY

Everything sold since 3pm on that day (July 26); ??? event at 1-2 event the next day

For gold, #1 is London (with 60 – 80%); London opens @ 4pm M’sia time & China opens @ 9am

BB & Keltner combo with MA; BB shrink; BB SNR

2 envelopes

Triangle signifies trend

dollar index shifted fr.; pivot level is MA; when IDX increases, Gold decreases, and likewise