Astrology View for EUR/USD, Crude Oil, Bullion, Global stocks

23rd August 2012: (Thursday) –

Today, market is expected to be volatile to bullish (for Bullion, Crude Oil & Base metals & Global Stock Markets).

All stock market(s), Bullion, Oil, Copper and other base metals are volatile to bullish for the day.

On Friday and Monday, in base metals and bullion, consolidation phase is expected. It’s recommended to make long position at dips.

From Monday’s eve (27th August 2012), BULLION will be bullish for next 10 days. Positional bull run to continue till November.

———–Predictions that was correct——

On 3rd August 2012, I had forecast that Gold would cross $1640 and Silver would cross $29.40 & Crude Oil touch $98.

Yesterday itself, we mentioned that you should buy Gold, Silver, Oil, Copper, S&P on dips! And if you did, you must have enjoyed!

Happy Trading!

Trading Range for Global Cues (on 23rd August 2012):

GOLD: 1635-1660-1680

SILVER: 29.40-30.40-30.60-30.80 and above

CRUDE OIL: 96.50-97.80-98.50

(FUT) S&P 500: 1407-1420-1425

COPPER: 338-348

EUR/USD: 1.2460-1.2547-1.2570

DOLLAR INDEX: 81.70-81.40-81.20

(SPOT) USD/INR: 55.60-55.30

(FUT) NIFTY: 5415-5455-5485

ALERT: Nickel, Lead, Zinc – volatile to be positive for the day.

NOTE: THIS LETTER IS NOT MEANT FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSE. THIS IS AN INDICATIVE REPORT ONLY. NEITHER ASTRODUNIA NOR ANY OF ITS MEMBERS SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY PERSONAL OR FINANCIAL GAIN OR LOSS.  THE DECISION HAS TO BE TAKEN AFTER LOGICAL THINKING BY YOU. THIS IS ONLY A REPORT AND NOT LIVE TRADING CALLS.

OUR SPECIALTY IS LIVE TRADING CALLS DURING GLOBAL MARKET HOURS (RIGHT FROM MCX to NYMEX, LME, COMEX, etc).

With Best Wishes,

Team Astrodunia

(Report Compiled at 12.33 AM-IST, Indore, India)

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3 Comments

  1. Dear Sir.

    I have red Your predictions on silver, and it is with deep respect, I see that Your are right. BUT, I have one question. When You say ex. “late in the evening” or “in the morning”, is it then IST or US stock market time?

    Best regards,
    Jeanette Cramer

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