Re: EurUsd short term 15 replies
NFP nice bump up on EURUSD 2 replies
Dislikedwhy this make you laugh, Nhakitéh? bet one beer when I visit your country? ??Ignored
DislikedShould? I don't know what is going to happen tomorrow!Ignored
Dislikedfive hours ago...
what happened here?? this guy is manipulating the market!! he has got inside information..arrest himmm!!!!Ignored
DislikedNOw, it´s the time for everytime price reaches 1.2600 we go short...depending on your strategie, you can open and close several times shorting 1.2590 till 1.2630...40 pips range for good and profitable shorts!!!open // close ; open // close...repeat!! but, it will arrive the time when you open, and wait for 200 pips down or more to close...graduallyIgnored
Dislikedit dosent take a genius to know that the euro is gonna plummet. im a series 7 broker with everyone buying spanish bearer bonds recently they may raise interest rate by .15-.25 percent to account for all the bond buying.Ignored
Dislikedheee almoo, are you fine? still maintaining my heavy short in 2 points from price medium 1.2615...what´s your sentiment?
I´ve told this on August 23th...was the best way for this type of trading:Ignored
DislikedHey xandi...doing well. Been selling my longs and reacquiring them as price has dropped, current avg price 1.2563. I'll continue this rinse/repeat throughout the night until the PMI numbers, where I'll keep adding to the overall position until we reach 1.27xx.
I see you've had multiple opportunities to do the same on the short side. I hope it worked out for you.Ignored
DislikedHeh....your right about price, but not about what is going to happen.
Unless midnight tonight is the end of the world, the EUR PMI figures will be released tomorrow.Ignored
DislikedDid you misprint something by chance?
If everyone is buying Spanish bonds, that would suggest there is adequate demand for them, thus interest rates should be dropping.
Now, if there was no interest in buying them....raising them would make a lot more sense.Ignored
DislikedYes but in an introduction in a trading book I have the author talks about a summer internship years ago he had at the Bank of England, Gilt-Edged/Money Markets Division.
He and another colleague had access to the next day's August inflation number. He speculated a guess what it was before the colleague said to him:
"I think you will be surprised to find that it will actually be much higher" "On that basis" he asked "how do you think the market will react?"
They obviously did not trade on it and a good thing because not only would...Ignored
DislikedI said bearer bonds so no typo. As for your other comment on spanish bonds you are totally wrong in raising them lol. Rates are so attractive right now getting an awesome return they are totally in demand! Are you crazy raising them now! Who do you think is gonna buy them thursday lol.Ignored