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A while ago on the forum, someone had put up a tabulated view of fundamental scenarios and they affect currency pairs. It was very insightful and one that, if followed, would form a fabulous foundation for FX trading. I cant seem to find that table anymore. IF anyone knows what I'm talking about, please can you share this table again. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Elppa said:

A while ago on the forum, someone had put up a tabulated view of fundamental scenarios and they affect currency pairs. It was very insightful and one that, if followed, would form a fabulous foundation for FX trading. I cant seem to find that table anymore. IF anyone knows what I'm talking about, please can you share this table again. 

 

Hi, it would be helpful if you could describe a bit more how it was presented and how it looked.

Something like this for example?

 

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Apologies for the rushed description but this exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so very much for sending this over. I've been a horrible trader and I really need to rein it in...and this (even though I understand it) sometimes gets forgotten in the frenzy. I am trying to build focus, discipline and perseverance into my trading now. So thank you for sending this CaseyNotes. 

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