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Market fluctuations are an artificial phenomenon.

Mariusz (Mariusz54546)
Mar 20 2020 at 09:50
14 posts
It is extremely difficult to find the bottom of the fall in the case of high volatility. Today's bottom can become tomorrow 's peak, and Vice versa. Don 't give in to emotions , stick to the chosen strategy and act coolly and deliberately - the best recipe. At the same time, I would not recommend making transactions with margin lending, closing all transactions with leverage, since in conditions of high volatility, these transactions can lead to an irreparable drop in the portfolio

Artteri (Artteri434er)
Mar 20 2020 at 10:08
12 posts
Negative market sentiment did not even change the actions of the Federal Reserve System, which promised to intervene in the short-term lending market in the amount of more than $ 1.5 trillion on March 12 and 13, and also expanded the program for the purchase of government bonds. Investors are frightened by forecasts of weakening global economic growth as a result of radical measures taken around the world to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Mar 20 2020 at 11:46
2 posts
The answer to the question 'where to run' during a market panic is simple: don't run on a slippery floor. Especially when this gender is in the blood of those who succumb to momentary emotional impulses. There are many would-be traders who use leverage to try to grab luck by the tail. All brokerage firms are littered with their corpses at times of severe corrections.

To prevent this from happening to you, before you put money on the stock market, whether it is a brokerage account or a collective investment, you need to do your homework and spend at least a few hours studying what happens to the asset classes in which you are going to invest. It is desirable to determine the investment strategy, goals and horizons before purchasing the first security.

Mar 27 2020 at 08:10
2 posts
The modern world economy must not just change - it must be fragmented. Simply put, partially collapse, partially close within large states and interstate unions. This is not due to this particular collapse of the real estate market in the United States, or even because of the likely collapse of the dollar. The reason is that the world state did not take place.

Dariusz (Dariusz54t454)
Apr 01 2020 at 08:58
17 posts
What is happening now in the markets, I certainly don’t really like either, many are now losing their accounts

Luzar (Luzar4347)
Apr 06 2020 at 06:25
6 posts
I do not think that the current collapse of the market can not be profitable for ordinary people. Most likely, this is an artificial phenomenon, and I do not even assume today how it will all end for us.

Kelvin (Fearlesswalker)
Apr 07 2020 at 18:15
24 posts
The whole idea about fluctuations in the market being caused artificially is plausible. There are sometimes when the market is stable and then within a few moments things change drastically that leaves us shocked sometimes. Maybe it is a regulatory measure to control how much people gain form forex.

Apr 07 2020 at 18:26
21 posts
The market has to fluctuate. The market is affected by a lot of factors.These factors are influenced by people because it is people that are involved in them. People have changing interests and when they change then the market is boung to be affected. If someone is intentionally causing fluctuations in the market then who knows.

Apr 07 2020 at 18:51
20 posts
The fluctuations in the market cannot be caused by a single person or artificially as you are implying. You forst need to find out what may cause the market to fluctuate then find out in the news if those areas have reaaly been affected to the pont that they have interfered with the market.

Apr 07 2020 at 22:14
2 posts
FX volatility like this is the best time to trade. I had been out of the markets for a few years. the movement in currencies got me back into the market.

People get scared, they run to mama. So for the short term, the dollar and the yen rise. The news gets less dire, jump out of the market. and when (if) optimism comes back, then hop back into undervalued currencies.
The dollar is headed for a drop, but don't sell until it becomes obvious. then stay out of the markets until the next crisis. They come every few years.

I don't have the time to trade consistently, but when I see what started happening in Italy, it is obvious that selling a few contracts of the euro and GBP was the thing to do because those currencies would fall against the dollar. Now I am out, and will wait for the dollar drop that is sure to come in a month or so. maybe less.

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