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To trade or not to trade during next few weeks (trick-or-treat thread)

Maximilian (maxulr)
Oct 24 2016 at 09:14
posts 59
With US elections and oil exporter negotiations coming up, there is a powerful volatility expected. In the face of these events, it would be interested to know, how many of you would risk and dare to trade? To make it clear, I suggest to share here your thoughts, whether you're going to trade, which currency pairs are expected to be juicy and, what tactics and tips you can suggest. Hope this thread will be useful for all of us :-)

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vontogr (togr)
Oct 24 2016 at 09:18
posts 4862
mlawson71
Oct 24 2016 at 10:13
posts 1487
Some brokers are already planning to hike the margin for the USD, EUR, CAD, JPY as well as some indices prior to the elections (https://www.forexbrokerz.com/news/ig-hikes-ftse-germnany-30-eur-gbp-margins-us-presidential-elections), others will likely do the same. Between that and the increased volatility it will be more and more difficult to trade. I don't think it will be impossible, but it would certainly good to be cautious.

Chistopher Robin (ChrisMuzhik)
Oct 24 2016 at 10:47
posts 65
you got my respect bro

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Ben (benjebutje)
Oct 27 2016 at 06:54
posts 8
Margin on CHF and AUD are also likely to be hiked. Frankly speaking - this matters all majors. Probably, spread will be wider on ZAR and TRY exotics. Maybe DKK or SGD won't be affected that much.

Mario (leopoldo)
Oct 27 2016 at 08:51
posts 41
volatility can bring profitability. I will trade and scalp the markets further. let's see on eurusd and gbpusd specially 😄 do not risk a lot, however. eyes close to the m1 charts.

Clive (CliveCampbell)
Oct 27 2016 at 12:50
posts 47
I will probably law low during this period, high market volatility scares me. But hey news traders probably can't wait for that period, so good luck to everyone who will be trading.

Oleg (FXFatProfit)
Oct 28 2016 at 13:17
posts 32
Gonna watch close at GBPUSD, based on what I see, it's likely to be bearish. Technically, there are all hints for selling, though I won't do anything long-term. Today's news should boost bear-movement.

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Richard Bills (RichardBills)
Nov 01 2016 at 07:31
posts 74
EURUSD and USDCAD are my favourites but I will keep a close eye on the GBPUSD as well. Will be checking major technical analysis portals for suggestions and trading signals as well.

theHand
Nov 01 2016 at 09:10
posts 365
If you have to sit this out then you don't have good systems. I'm hoping all hell breaks lose to be honest, worse it gets better I do.

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