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emotionaltrader
Aug 18 2019 at 20:44
99 posts
Anybody wondering what the implications are of Brexit not only on The UK but The EU too just take a look at the chart attached. Sterling, Euro, Aussie and Kiwi all in Freefall! Gold going Higher!

Sterling headed for 0.89 GBPUSD in event No Deal and should The UK break up even lower 0.72 GBPUSD!


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Adribaasmet
Aug 20 2019 at 15:15
897 posts
Thanks for your charts; especially for the last one! I see; your chart is full of technical tools!

Idowu
Aug 21 2019 at 09:49
11 posts
I take opposite view. Now is good time to Buy GBP. Price is very low and there is much better upside. No deal is unlikely but is starting to be priced in. This means that if there is a deal / referendum /election or anything that is not a no deal situation then the price will rocket upwards

Mikagul
Aug 24 2019 at 11:29
18 posts
I would buy a lot of GBP if I would have money anyway. Situation is very positive for many many people who really fond of it no matter how you put it. Do you plan to do anything with that ? Over time I think GBP will rise again, but not much you can do now.

AniLorak
Aug 24 2019 at 14:23
917 posts
Mikagul posted:
I would buy a lot of GBP if I would have money anyway. Situation is very positive for many many people who really fond of it no matter how you put it. Do you plan to do anything with that ? Over time I think GBP will rise again, but not much you can do now.

Please don’t mind; if possible buy BTC according to your ability; surely you’ll have more return! Since; the total supply of BTC is fixed!

Dorsin
Jan 04 2020 at 10:14
19 posts
British economy seems to be growing and some analysts even expect that it will overtake french economy in the next years, so Brexit as almost no implication on the British economy. There is more fear and speculations than real harm from Brexit,

AmDiab
Jan 04 2020 at 10:47
709 posts
Dorsin posted:
British economy seems to be growing and some analysts even expect that it will overtake french economy in the next years, so Brexit as almost no implication on the British economy. There is more fear and speculations than real harm from Brexit,


I agree with your words; and I see similar statements on top leading financial sites as well.

emotionaltrader
Jan 04 2020 at 11:11
99 posts
Hi Dorsin

 I've got an amazing prediction for GBPUSD. My personal opinion is that GBPUSD is going to 1.55 over the next few months/year if it can consolidate above 1.315. See Charts Above for My Analysis. I would advise to BUY around 1.315 see Charts above. Otherwise Sterling headed lower!

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emotionaltrader
Jan 05 2020 at 10:09
99 posts
See Chart Above for My Analysis

My suggestion is to consider BUYING at 1.315 and then make a decision whether to sell or hold at 1.44. A high above 1.44 and you are looking at 1.55/1.618.

BEWARE: US Presidential Elections - Nov 3rd 2020!




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emotionaltrader
Jan 05 2020 at 10:12
99 posts
Oops, See Above Chart for Analysis etc!

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