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Hi everyone ,

i do future trade on IG , spread betting.   Some one told me , there are groups or people who anticipate the price fluctuations. I do mostly on Wall Street. Do u know something about where we can find good news on whether the market will go up or down in the day 

and also how to understand the signals,   I have noticed Wall Street  mostly go opposite than what IG signal say 

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Hello 

you are right, Don't trust the IG signals , they are only there to benefit them. I have also noticed that wall street and other indicies  goes in opposite direction of what IG Says. You can get lots of information on USA Markets from Bloomberg tv.

if you sky tv at home see channel 502. all day long Bloomberg provide business news , Alternately you can get their subcription for 0.40 pence per day . Go to google type Bloomberg tv and you will get free news and then they will offer you to subscribe . Its worth it . also on sky tv you can get tips on channel 505 . If i find more info I will let you know . Follow American news as well . Enjoy Trading and good luck 

 

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15 hours ago, Hmt said:

 

Hi everyone ,

i do future trade on IG , spread betting.   Some one told me , there are groups or people who anticipate the price fluctuations. I do mostly on Wall Street. Do u know something about where we can find good news on whether the market will go up or down in the day 

and also how to understand the signals,   I have noticed Wall Street  mostly go opposite than what IG signal say 

There you go, you've got 2 signal generators now, do the opposite as IG say and do the opposite as IG retail clients say in the IG sentiment index  IG Client Sentiment: Forex Trader Sentiment (dailyfx.com) 

Though might be wise to get some actual stats via testing first.

Personally I prefer to just check the previous daily candle and expect continuation until the price proves otherwise.

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