Dear HAMSTER INFINITY subscribers, PM May's Brexit deal was brutally defeated in the UK Parliament and GBPUSD is up by more than 150 pips, dragging EURUSD up along with it. This is not normal at all, so we will refrain from trading tonight because a million things can go wrong. The preservation of your capital is also within my duties as a signal provider in such dangerous times.
Dear HAMSTER INFINITY subscribers, all frustrated remarks and reviews are made in the morning, after we've all seen the completed action of EURUSD in the previous hours and we know that a succesfull position could have been opened. The difficult part is to make the trade or not decision, just before our trading hours, after a EURUSD rollercoaster ride that stopped right on the brink of 1.13 level, that if it had been broken, could collapse to much lower levels. Half of margin stop outs in my backtests are made after FED and ECB days, so with all those facts in mind I decided not to trade last night. Capital preservation is also part of my job and what you are paying me for, so I will continue manage this signal the best way I see fit.
Dear HAMSTER INFINITY subscribers, January ended with a smaller than expected profit, but it was a difficult and dangerous month to trade so I prefered to go along as safely as I could, protecting our capital. We will be able to make more substancial profits in the coming months as the market is calming down.
Dear HAMSTER INFINITY subscribers, with EURUSD on the doorstep of 1.14 once again, 2 major forex trading centres in Asia on holiday (Singapore & Hong Kong) and US President Trump's State of the Union speech only 3 hours away, I've decided to refrain from trading today. I don't think that it is wise to expose our capital in such unstable market conditions. We will have plenty of time to make more profits in the coming days.
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