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US Elections

mlawson71
Aug 06 2016 at 10:59
1487 posts
That sort of information is easy to check if one looks at the history of Oil charts and compares the time period around the elections to the Oil price at that time.

Meltafoz
Aug 19 2016 at 06:55
15 posts
During this period, I won't trade for sure. There will be a lot of loopholes for market makers as always.

mlawson71
Aug 20 2016 at 10:01
1487 posts
I don't plan on trading then either. I always try to avoid trading during big fundamental events.

rob559
Aug 20 2016 at 15:09
1916 posts
will scale down the risk at its minimum

Charles_F
Oct 27 2016 at 12:53
38 posts
From what I read and see in the news, I don't expect a major shift in the political orientation of the country. I think that if the status quo is kept after the elections, there won't be much impact of this event on the price patterns of all dollar-related pairs.
Minimising the risk, though, is a rule of thumb in such cases. I will keep trading around the elections.

mlawson71
Oct 31 2016 at 11:13
1487 posts
Brokers are certainly expecting an impact though. Many of them have already hiked their USD pair-related margins as well as the margins of some indices. (https://www.forexbrokerz.com/news/octafx-us-elections-margin) Others will likely do the same soon.

DrVodka
Oct 31 2016 at 13:31
297 posts
if Trumps wins USD will drop for like 10 % , thats what a hear

xgavinc
Oct 31 2016 at 14:15
235 posts
DrVodka posted:
if Trumps wins USD will drop for like 10 % , thats what a hear


And HRC a drop of 20%?

Let's be honest, anyone believing anything from HRC needs a reality check. Disregarding votes, ask who you would trust more to invest your money for you. I would not trust HRC with a dime of my money, but I would trust DT with no more than a Dollar.


For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
Edward16
Oct 31 2016 at 15:27
10 posts
As Clinton is a candidate standing up for democrats (same party as of Obama’s). Clinton gets a better probability of winning over Trump. On the other hand, Trump is very aggressive in nature and has a lot of followers which indicates that trump hasn’t lost yet. In my view, Trump has more likability factors than Clinton. But Clinton is giving all those promises as made earlier by Obama in previous two terms.

rob559
Oct 31 2016 at 15:32
1916 posts
DrVodka posted:
if Trumps wins USD will drop for like 10 % , thats what a hear


hear from whom..?hate the globalists

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