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It's now deadly serious and Take the trades... Print
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Sunday, 22 March 2020 10:09

It's now deadly serious


Take the trades...

We are all now feeling the effects of Coronavirus. Lock downs in Italy and Spain have been followed by a voluntary version here in the UK. Like so many, I'm now scrambling to get some boat work finished before it becomes more than voluntary.

It's now deadly serious.

Think the Fed's Emergency Rate Cut is Proactive? Print
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Sunday, 15 March 2020 10:06

Think the Fed's Emergency Rate Cut is Proactive? Think Again.

As we all wait for the great man Donald to announce his "very, very, substantial relief" for the US economy, we wonder if the markets will take him at his word and buy the dip. So far, so good - today.

Back in 2012 it worked out for Mario Draghi's  " We will do whatever it preserve the Euro...". So will confidence return?

Take a look at this Elliott Wave International article, perhaps the Fed really is omnipotent?!

Get this book ! Print
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Sunday, 08 March 2020 10:10

Most of us have quite a library of trading books and amongst mine are titles that I return to again and again. There are also many others that I quickly pass on to the charity shop!

This one, The Art of Currency Trading by institutional currency trader Brent Donnelly, just got my attention. It was suggested by a trading friend because it talked about FBR's as part of the trading setups section.

As Traders Class members know, I often bang on about the False Break Reversal as one of the most important, reliable and powerful patterns to trade. It features in several of my courses as it will in my next on setups.

Brent Donnelly's The Art of Currency Trading, is a lot more than just a few trading patterns. It explains the mechanics of currency markets and neatly links macro fundamentals with technicals and the trader mind set.

The traders psychology section is the best I've read. Brent is the real deal, he's lived through the good trades and bad and survived!

This is an Amazon link to more details. I'm not affiliated with Brent or Amazon, it's just a cracking book!

Volatility rules... Print
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Sunday, 08 March 2020 10:01

It was great to meet so many of you at the London Trader Show last Friday and thanks for your questions during my talk.

Coronavirus dominated of course, as Friday closed with one of the largest points loss of any stock market week, volatility is back with a vengence.

The Scammers are back Print
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Sunday, 02 February 2020 09:27

The Scammers are back

The scammers are back.

Back in 2017 I was stalked by a group of scammers. It was the same old story of an 'Advance fee fraud'.  A carrot is dangled, money for nothing, and then to get the cash, money had to be sent to cover expenses/pay off for a bank employee/regulatory fees/etc., etc. 

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KISS Trading - Keeping it Simple...and Safe....

Dear Trader and Clickevents reader

I guess we all have a natural naivety built into our DNA. We like to believe what we are told, particularly if we respect the source of the telling. It's also a herd thing. If lots of people are told the same thing, they tend to start agreeing with each other. After all, it must true if everyone believes it.

Far too frequently our beliefs turn out to be the opposite of reality. Central Bankers, politicians and economic gurus' words, statements and policies frequently prove to be the opposite of what actually happens.

As with many things, personal naivety has a spectrum. Ranging from 'I believe everything and everyone', through to the opposite, totally sceptical view, of believing nothing unless seen and experienced first hand.

Way back, in my youth, I had a spell in the car trade that taught me everything I needed to know about supply and demand, pricing and presentation. I rapidly realised I could never believe anyone's description of how wonderful was the condition of their trade in car!

I soon learned to believe 0% of what I heard and no more than 50% of what I could see. A useful policy for anyone trading the markets.


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