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wiseinvest
Jun 22 2016 at 16:57
127 Posts
Thanks @togr

My accounts will ALWAYS show high DD. This is done purposely to maximize our withdrawals every week.
rob559
Jun 22 2016 at 20:11
1916 Posts
take your profit and run..

xgavinc
Jun 23 2016 at 06:24
235 Posts
wiseinvest posted:
Do you guys think it will be wise to leave a short eur/nzd trade with 400+ pips locked in through this or rather close it?

The general information I am getting is that the euro will remain bearish no matter the outcome, what do you think? I don't really want to close this position, but I will rather be safe than sorry..

I understand that there is a great chance that there will be no liquidity and stops won't be honored, but I am willing to leave 400 pips on the table if it can be made to 800 or more and will be in front of my terminal to intervene if at all possible when the referendum takes place in a few hours or so..

Your thoughts?


If I had guaranteed stops through my broker I would lock in the 400 pips and trail (if my aim is to squeeze out more profit)
If I had no guaranteed stops I would close it (if the size of the order is significant - As Magixs says, else I would put in a manual stop and see how far the rabbit hole goes).

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
Alexander Lavin (lavatrader)
Jun 23 2016 at 06:36
7 Posts
what time will the action start

mlawson71
Jun 23 2016 at 07:09
1487 Posts
Once the first concrete results come out, I suppose.

Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 23 2016 at 07:10
435 Posts
Exciting times to come!

Benjamin Van Tran (tranle447)
Jun 23 2016 at 08:02
120 Posts
You would not get excited if you are not in the game . Most of the traders closed their positions.

Often , the best trade is no trade at all
Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 23 2016 at 08:05
435 Posts
The opportunities going forward from this are great.

xgavinc
Jun 23 2016 at 08:35
235 Posts
So despite receiving a response from XM.com in a query of margin / leverage changes:

'We thank you for choosing XM as your trusted broker.
Regarding your concern I would like to kindly inform you that kinldy we will notify all our client via email regarding this issue.'

No email was ever received, and margin requirements were changed on 'unknown' pairs (my margin requirement has doubled overall) 10 hours ago. Fortunately I had the foresight to alter my EA last week for any eventuality.

XM has lost a point in my good books for not informing it's clients on it's intent to alter margins, even confirming via support channels that they would... and didn't... Keeping my eye on you XM!, strike 1.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
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altescgroupinc
Jun 23 2016 at 11:34
39 Posts
How long this brexit last?

xgavinc
Jun 23 2016 at 13:02
235 Posts
altescgroupinc posted:
How long this brexit last?


The referendum? voting till 10pm UK time. Then counting, probably be done by 5am UK time Friday morning.
Impact on Forex? months (2+), immediate shock on outcome, aftershocks as UK and EU adjust, re/negotiate terms, import/export considerations, etc.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
rob559
Jun 23 2016 at 15:37
1916 Posts
altescgroupinc posted:
How long this brexit last?



IC Markets will increase leverage to normal levels as soon as the risks from Brexit have subsided.

i added 30% more capital and closed healf of my position,now my margin level is at 1500%,should be safe enough

rob559
Jun 23 2016 at 16:10
1916 Posts
rob559 posted:
altescgroupinc posted:
How long this brexit last?



IC Markets will increase leverage to normal levels as soon as the risks from Brexit have subsided.

i added 30% more capital and closed healf of my position,now my margin level is at 3,550 ,should be safe enough


and hedged all my remaining open postions

Elena
Elena_Chopin
Jun 23 2016 at 21:57
211 Posts
For market, GB stays in Europe.....

Elena Chopin

stian
Jun 24 2016 at 03:45
325 Posts
Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 24 2016 at 03:50
435 Posts
WEoooow, go England.

BV350IE
Jun 24 2016 at 06:23
9 Posts
With all the media coverage on the EU Referendum, I was expecting an Armageddon but on GBP charts, it seemed business as usual with whipsaws, etc.

Did I miss something or, is there supposed to be an after shock effect with more volatility to come?

Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 24 2016 at 06:26
435 Posts
some 1800 pips from top to bottom, I think that's what most analysts were expecting, the results were coming in steady, so it wasn't an all at once moment.. Many think it will continue down to 1.25 in the coming weeks.

Stay safe, it's still clearing 50-100 pips in a few minutes.

I like the idea of shorting the Euro.

Benjamin Van Tran (tranle447)
Jun 24 2016 at 06:28
120 Posts
More fun will be coming .

Often , the best trade is no trade at all
TNguyen
Jun 24 2016 at 06:31
41 Posts
The Remain is likely to win the referendum according to the latest developments UK Referendum . Any trader who long GBP should be a winner.

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