Friday, 22 June 2012
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Wednesday, 20 June 2012
Calculating Pivot Points
- Resistance level 3 (R3) = HIGH + 2 * (Pivot - Low)
- Resistance 2 (R2) = PIVOT + (R1 - S1)
- Resistance 1 (R1) = 2 * PIVOT - Low
- Pivot Point (PP) = ( HIGH + CLOSE + LOW ) / 3
- Support 1 (S1) = 2 * PIVOT - HIGH
- Support 2 (S2) = PIVOT - (R1 - S1)
- Support 3 (S3) = LOW - 2*(High - Pivot)
Trading with Pivot Points
Sunday, 21 August 2011
By Sean Lee
Looks like the end might soon be nigh for Gaddafi’s reign in Libya; the Presidential guard has reportedly surrendered and his son has been captured.A Libyan rebel fighter on the captuyred 27th Bridge, which leads into the centre of Tripoli. Photograph: Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images.
Saturday, 13 August 2011
By Richard Blackden
The inquiry is reported to be part of a broader look at McGraw-Hill, S&P's parent company, by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
S&P's decision to strip the US of its AAA rating late on the evening of August 5 prompted a furious exchange between the US Treasury and the agency.
The Treasury, which had been sent S&P's press release on the afternoon of the 5th before it was due to be released later that day, accused analysts at S&P of a "basic math error" that led to the downgrade.
S&P said that the $2 trillion difference in future projections for the deficit was because it and the Treasury were using figures from the Congressional Budget Office to calculate the trajectory for the shortfall over different time frames.
The agency eventually went ahead and cut the US long-term credit rating to AA+ for the first time in its history. Moody's and Fitch, the rival rating agencies, have kept it at AAA.
A spokesman for S&P said the company's policies "prohibit analysts or rating-committee members from trading and holding securities or options of the companies or governments they rate".
Although many investors had expected S&P to cut its rating, the decision contributed to a second week of volatile trading in stock markets across the world. It also led to speculation that other countries could follow.