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xgavinc
Jun 21 2016 at 10:11
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mlawson71 posted:
Why am I not surprised that the only brokers who don't want to take any measures to protect their clients during the referendum are the ones regulated by CuSEC (https://smnweekly.com/2016/06/21/exness-easymarkets-go-trend-keep-margin-requirements-unchanged-brexit/)? And all with the promises that volatility during Brexit will give people the opportunity to make more money.


One could assume that 'guaranteed stop losses' does provide lucrative profits and protection. They also may be the only brokers who believe that the steps they have taken since CHF are adequate to cover major losses overall, time will tell.

As I stated previously, they have to consider both sides of the coin, the traders who are confident they can make a profit will not want any alteration to their margin or leverage, if they consulted their largest clients individually they may have found overwhelming feedback to keep everything unchanged, but to provide guaranteed stops as the alternative to protecting clients.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
vontogr (togr)
Jun 21 2016 at 10:23
4862 messages
xgavinc posted:
mlawson71 posted:
Why am I not surprised that the only brokers who don't want to take any measures to protect their clients during the referendum are the ones regulated by CuSEC (https://smnweekly.com/2016/06/21/exness-easymarkets-go-trend-keep-margin-requirements-unchanged-brexit/)? And all with the promises that volatility during Brexit will give people the opportunity to make more money.


One could assume that 'guaranteed stop losses' does provide lucrative profits and protection. They also may be the only brokers who believe that the steps they have taken since CHF are adequate to cover major losses overall, time will tell.

As I stated previously, they have to consider both sides of the coin, the traders who are confident they can make a profit will not want any alteration to their margin or leverage, if they consulted their largest clients individually they may have found overwhelming feedback to keep everything unchanged, but to provide guaranteed stops as the alternative to protecting clients.


Guys never ever trust Russian broker, like Exness like RVD Markets, like Alpari, Like XE Markets

stian
Jun 21 2016 at 11:01
325 messages
Cox murder effect fading in the latest polls.

vontogr (togr)
Jun 21 2016 at 11:20
4862 messages
stian posted:
Cox murder effect fading in the latest polls.


Cox murder decreased the probability of Brexit

xgavinc
Jun 21 2016 at 11:31
235 messages
togr posted:
xgavinc posted:
mlawson71 posted:
Why am I not surprised that the only brokers who don't want to take any measures to protect their clients during the referendum are the ones regulated by CuSEC (https://smnweekly.com/2016/06/21/exness-easymarkets-go-trend-keep-margin-requirements-unchanged-brexit/)? And all with the promises that volatility during Brexit will give people the opportunity to make more money.


One could assume that 'guaranteed stop losses' does provide lucrative profits and protection. They also may be the only brokers who believe that the steps they have taken since CHF are adequate to cover major losses overall, time will tell.

As I stated previously, they have to consider both sides of the coin, the traders who are confident they can make a profit will not want any alteration to their margin or leverage, if they consulted their largest clients individually they may have found overwhelming feedback to keep everything unchanged, but to provide guaranteed stops as the alternative to protecting clients.


Guys never ever trust Russian broker, like Exness like RVD Markets, like Alpari, Like XE Markets


Instaforex served me well for many years, no issues. I changed broker to XM so I could trade in my local currency. I guess one must just do your homework before choosing a broker.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 21 2016 at 11:37
435 messages
As much as I like well regulated brokers, at least with Instaforex and others that keep many traders on the B book they are less likely to go under.. Still use ICM and Axi, but also Profiforex and Instaforex.

stian
Jun 21 2016 at 12:48
325 messages
togr posted:
stian posted:
Cox murder effect fading in the latest polls.


Cox murder decreased the probability of Brexit

Aye, but the effects seem to be fading in the polls.

xgavinc
Jun 21 2016 at 13:40
235 messages
togr posted:
stian posted:
Cox murder effect fading in the latest polls.


Cox murder decreased the probability of Brexit


I don't think it ever had an effect, the aggregation of various polls from different institutes showed almost zero impact when added together and averaged.

A spokesman for the pro-exit made a statement to the effect of X billion per year deficit to EU, and Y income from EU, leaving Y deficit per year (can't recall exact figures)... he was proven wrong. Then another was asked about immigration campaign, and that they are forced to open their borders due to EU... he was proven wrong as well as it was never an EU requirement to take refugees (every country's own immigration laws supersede the Union). The rubbish claims are being filtered out quickly at the last minute on both sides, so hopefully all votes will be based on well informed decisions regardless of any current events.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
stian
Jun 21 2016 at 15:32
325 messages
Can always hope there will be a well informed decision. But most numbers are very speculative. No one have left the EU before, yet nations outside the EU, such as Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland are doing just fine outside of it (granted, under EFTA).

Magixs (Magiic)
Jun 21 2016 at 16:02
435 messages
I'm just afraid it will cause the other countries within the EU to leave, which will make gold go sky high, and I will not be able to buy much :/

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