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ScalpingRus
Mar 14 2015 at 14:09
116 posts
Today was most certainly a head scratcher. We've heard 'over sold' for so long now, and the most EU has been able to bounce the last 6 months was about 250 pips.

CrazyTraderfx (CrazyTrader)
Mar 14 2015 at 15:18
1718 posts
ScalpingRus posted:
We've heard 'over sold' for so long now


YOU've heard 'over sold' for so long now, not me! To trade Forex, the best is way is to look at chart.

alexforex007
Mar 16 2015 at 02:55
774 posts
EURUSD may just keep dropping, regardless of the pullbacks it has made. Fundamentally nothing has changed to make the Euro rally versus its major counterparts.

Jhardy10
Mar 16 2015 at 07:43
4 posts
Honestly with the bank forecasts at .90 I wouldn't worry about it until about. .98 but always look at your charts for indicators Price Action!

Blown Forex Account Recovery Managment (blownaccount)
Mar 16 2015 at 09:10
104 posts
Hello Traders, it’s a fresh new week! Let make an attempt to make just as many if not more pips then we pulled in last week!
The current market conditions are weak and range bound, expect it to stay that way for the next few hours until the American New York session opens and we have our fresh economic reports released. Which should trigger some good moves.

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Hugo ONeill (honeill)
Mar 16 2015 at 09:43
1141 posts
Since the beginning of this year EURUSD has fallen more than 13.20% and is in a strong bearish phase. The pair fell during Friday’s session printing a new low at 1.0462 and closed near the low of the day and no hard support in sight. Stochastic is showing an oversold market setting higher lows and price is making lower lows, signs that the downside may begin to get exhausted and ready for pullback.

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Forex21
Mar 16 2015 at 11:59
416 posts
I am actually surprised that there are still many traders who hold long positions.




CrazyTraderfx (CrazyTrader)
Mar 16 2015 at 12:22
1718 posts
Forex21 posted:
I am actually surprised that there are still many traders who hold long positions.


That surprises you that 90% traders are loosing? I thought experience traders could make valuable comments... or you aren't surprised at all and you simply wanted to expose your product which is for bidden as it says 'Commercial use and spam will not be tolerated, and may result in account termination. '

Forex21
Mar 16 2015 at 12:31
416 posts
@CrazyTrader

Bad Hair Day?

Actually, they say that it's about 95% of traders who loose money. Anyway....I am always interested to know what other traders (new, experienced, professionals) are doing because I believe that it helps to make better trading decisions.

And yes, when the EZB floods the market with cheap money and traders still keep there long positions, I am certainly surprised. It's a bit like keep sitting on the railways while the train is coming closer and closer.

Regards, Alexander

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MOMAFOREX (FERMONZOR)
Mar 16 2015 at 14:47
135 posts
CrazyTrader posted:
Forex21 posted:
I am actually surprised that there are still many traders who hold long positions.


That surprises you that 90% traders are loosing? I thought experience traders could make valuable comments... or you aren't surprised at all and you simply wanted to expose your product which is for bidden as it says 'Commercial use and spam will not be tolerated, and may result in account termination. '



Ouch!

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