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xgavinc

Member Since May 11, 2011  203 posts xgavinc Jul 27 2016 at 10:20
Topic on the impact of US Elections on the markets before, during and after.

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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  581 posts mlawson71 Jul 28 2016 at 08:54
I won't be trading while waiting for the results, just like I didn't when I was waiting for the Brexit results, that's for sure.

xgavinc

Member Since May 11, 2011  203 posts xgavinc Jul 28 2016 at 10:46
I'll continue trading with caution, at the moment I'm concentrating on getting my margin level up. Neither of the candidates are appealing, in the sense that 1. They mostly have attacked one another, instead of saying what makes themselves capable 2. Both have ideologies without any concrete plan (Trump is very ambitious, Clinton just basically regurgitating what the last 3 presidents have 'promised'). So I'll be looking at actual action and implementation for market movers and remain hesitant on media splurge.

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Hero76

Member Since Jul 13, 2016  39 posts Hero76 Jul 28 2016 at 20:29
I will also be careful (if I will find a good broker till that time), but I will be particularly closely watching the dollar movement. I offer to make some suggestions on how the dollar will behave depending on winning of each candidate. Besides we will have almost 3 months from the time of the decision made and the introduction of a new president in the post

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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  581 posts mlawson71 Jul 30 2016 at 09:16
I think we'll all be watching the dollar movement. Even if one's not trading dollar-related pairs, all the currencies are so interconnected with the dollar that whatever happens to it affects the rest of the market too.

Hero76

Member Since Jul 13, 2016  39 posts Hero76 Jul 30 2016 at 18:59
mlawson71 absolutely agree with you, you just duplicate my thoughts. Eventually a lot of traders say that the dollar is rising the last few years, and then the dollar will collapse. And therefore I do not abandon the idea that the Amero is preparing to come and replace it, and all that awaits us in the near future. By the way, is there a topic which is discussed Amero on this forum? Could you please share link. Thank you in advance

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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  581 posts mlawson71 Jul 31 2016 at 09:30
Hero76 posted:
mlawson71 absolutely agree with you, you just duplicate my thoughts. Eventually a lot of traders say that the dollar is rising the last few years, and then the dollar will collapse. And therefore I do not abandon the idea that the Amero is preparing to come and replace it, and all that awaits us in the near future. By the way, is there a topic which is discussed Amero on this forum? Could you please share link. Thank you in advance


Frankly, up until you mentioned the Amero I hadn't even heard of it.
Now that I read up a little on it, I think I should say that in order for something like this to happen people would need to want such a change. Considering how everyone wants to close themselves within their own borders for various reasons I don't think that will happen anytime soon.

Hero76

Member Since Jul 13, 2016  39 posts Hero76 Jul 31 2016 at 15:05
mlawson71 well, I have totally opposite point of view. I think that if Trump will win, he will pursue a policy of isolationism and largely focus on the internal problems of the country and will actively pursue a policy with its neighbors, so then Amero will be introduced. The US has a huge national debt that they simply cannot handle, and the emission no longer conducts. So Amero is a quite a way out of this situation. For me this picture become more obvious so that’s why I am so intently watching this US election

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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  581 posts mlawson71 Aug 02 2016 at 08:24
Hero76 posted:
mlawson71 well, I have totally opposite point of view. I think that if Trump will win, he will pursue a policy of isolationism and largely focus on the internal problems of the country and will actively pursue a policy with its neighbors, so then Amero will be introduced. The US has a huge national debt that they simply cannot handle, and the emission no longer conducts. So Amero is a quite a way out of this situation. For me this picture become more obvious so that’s why I am so intently watching this US election


Perhaps he will pursue such agreements with Canada - that is, if he gets elected. Considering his attitude towards Mexico - and how much he has already alienated Mexico, I can't see such a deal happening there. We'll have to wait and see.

GFernandez78

Member Since Oct 08, 2015  28 posts Gabriel (GFernandez78) Aug 05 2016 at 16:53
It is quote possible for the US dollar to collapse, given the fact that during last couple of years it has being rising. Another interesting thing is that in US oil gets very cheap near president elections, and after that it's price goes back to normal. I know because friends of mine shared this information with them and I do tend to believe them

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