Sunday, February 13, 2011

Kalender Ekonomi & Event Global (14 - 18 Februari 2011): A Cautious Potential Reversal Concerning Overbought Pattern

WIB: +12 Jam

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Monday's earnings released include Marriott, Masco, FMC, Diebold, MGM Resorts and Agilent. Barclays, CIT, Qwest, Sirius XM Radio, Omnicom, Watson Pharmaceuticals, Marsh an McLennan and Warner Chilcott report Tuesday morning. Dell, Analog Devices and Tesla report after the bell Tuesday. Wednesday's reports include Comcast, the parent of CNBC, Cablevision, Dean Foods, Genzyme, Devon Energy, Owens Corning and Deere. CBS, NetApp, Nvidia and Cliffs Natural Resource report after the bell Wednesday. Apache, Barrick Gold, Dr. Pepper Snapple, Duke Energy, PG&E, Williams Cos, Waste Management, and JM Smucker report Thursday morning, and Nordstrom, Intuit, CF Industries, Clearwire, and SunPower report after Thursday's close. Campbell Soup, Calpine, Brookfield Asset Management and Pinnacle West report Friday.

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Crude Oil Weekly Technical Outlook      
ONG Focus | Technical | Written by Oil N' Gold | Sat Feb 12 11 08:59 ET
Crude oil's fall from 92.84 extended further to as low as 85.10 last week and is now pressing 85.11 key near term support level. Initial bias remains on the downside this week for deeper fall. Sustained break of 85.11 will be an early signal of reversal and should bring deeper fall to medium term rising channel support (now at 82.0). On the upside, above 87.90 minor resistance will flip bias back to the upside and turn focus back to 92.84 high instead.
Comex Gold (GC)
Gold's choppy recovery from 1390.1 extended further last week but overall outlook remains unchanged. Rise from 1309.1 should be a correction to fall from 1424.4 only and upside is expected to be limited by 61.8% retracement of 1424.4 to 1309.1 at 1380.4 and bring fall resumption. Below 1344.1 minor support will flip bias back to the downside for 1309.1 and below. However, sustained trading above 1380.4 fibonacci level will turn focus back to 1424.4 high instead.

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