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3 hours ago, AndrewS said:

So all these greedy institutions with trillions and 95% of the activity are really competing among themselves to cheat me personally out of a few dollars…..

I knew it and now TV has proven it!


That's the best you can do, seriously? 

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11 minutes ago, Bopperz said:

So the European open is done. What now? Sit around till the US opens, because this looks like its going to trade sideways till lunchtime!

Might take the morning off and do something/anything more productive than this!

Lots of opportunities to lose money, way-hey :D

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£/ €  in interesting rally.   I believe its a good level to get short of euros i.e looking to buy £.  

I think its an ABC completing a correction off the o/bought 82 pence level.  It has an impact on FTSE .....in inverse proportion.  

I still fancy FTSE off 6450 level as being C leg of an ABC correction.....

I m buying  £ , FTSE and OIL ...BUT I M CHURNING MY POSITION......Always long these items , but sell out and re-stock......EUR_GBP_20200302_12_24.png.8b2c8af7fd75efbbf91a4ed09699ce00.png


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Closed out my positions this morning, recouped all my losses from going long prematurely last week.  Will see goodness the United States of America brings.  My prediction is that we will be selling the rallies this afternoon, gents and hobbits.  :)


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