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Global CRASH -this September Take your money and run or what ???
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DrVodka

Biedrs kopš Dec 16, 2011  291 ieraksti DrVodka Aug 23 2015 at 11:30
so gold /silver and bitcoin should be more or a less a safe bet if this 'Crash ' if its going to happen ? am i correct ?




theHand

Biedrs kopš Sep 20, 2014  360 ieraksti theHand Aug 23 2015 at 17:16 (labots Aug 23 2015 at 17:37 )
I doubt gold and silver will be much use as I pointed out earlier in the thread. Depends where you live really. If you're rich and buy a bunch of physical and store it in Singapore or Hong Kong, sure. I certainly wouldn't bother with gold derivatives. Risk is just to high.

Fx is actually a pretty good place to be for now. Just have to stay on your toes.

CHecking

Biedrs kopš May 14, 2015  12 ieraksti CHecking Aug 24 2015 at 06:18
Gold and Silver rises on fear. Bitcoin might as well to a certain extent, but it will never be the crypto Money that People here are talking about if you ask me, or do you see governments and world economies giving away their control on money policies? Bitcoin made one guy very rich with a brilliant idea, but if compenies don't accept bitcoin, it's worth nothing. It's not backed up by anything. I don't see a global Crash coming. Maybe in the bond market at some point because of sovereign dept crisis and the perspective of the FED to raise interest rates. Bond will be less attracive then and there might be a sell off. But concerning Forex i think this is already priced in and we might see the EURUSD fluctuate around parity for a while.
What is most probably going to happen in the next years is that there will be less and less cash printed, but that trend is already happening and most Money is not in cash anyway. Maybe the big bills will eventually dissapear and there will only be 10, 20 and 50 (USD/EUR) bills for small 'carry around Money'. Bigger Transactions are already mostly done through bankwire and creditcard.

This thread reminds me of the fear peolple had before the millenium where they actually thought the world would end! And the 2012 when they again thought the world would end because the Maya calendar ended then.
Crash prophets like Martin Armstrong popping up all the time make Money on peoples fear, and soon after dissapear again.
Come on..

goyankees85

Biedrs kopš May 18, 2015  74 ieraksti goyankees85 Aug 24 2015 at 06:42
I would guess that the crash on GOLD has begun many moons ago. Simply look at the beating Bit coins took, and GOLD when it was near 2000usd per oz. Many people look to invest, but the reality is if you did it when it was near 2000oz you would be down more then 50% on your invest. No one in their right mind should accept being down 50% on any investment or trade even if they end up earning 300% on it! Luckily we have many instruments to trade in forex, and we can earn a very nice profit daily without holding over night. I find it so weird why so many people fail to trade that way.

My avatar explains "social trading" perfectly.
RedRhinoLab

Biedrs kopš Dec 03, 2013  631 ieraksti RedRhinoLab Aug 24 2015 at 06:54
DrVodka posted:
  so gold /silver and bitcoin should be more or a less a safe bet if this 'Crash ' if its going to happen ? am i correct ?





Many must of got wind and escalated the crash in End of AUG 2015.
Black Monday AUG 24th in China , stock markets around the world are feeling the beginning for much more to come.

Gold has its appeal and so does US Treasuries for people looking for a safe place. Crypto's are illiquid and not even considered for wealthy parties but still has its vital part in the F.I eco-system for speculation.


Armor for FOREX at RedRhinoFX
DrVodka

Biedrs kopš Dec 16, 2011  291 ieraksti DrVodka Aug 24 2015 at 10:53
Nobody - and I don't care if you're Warren Buffet or Jimmy Buffet - nobody knows if a stock is going up, down or friking sideways But we have to pretend we know. lollollol

Marty270472

Biedrs kopš Jan 30, 2011  19 ieraksti Marty270472 (Marty270472) Aug 24 2015 at 10:59
agree DrVodka smiley

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DrVodka

Biedrs kopš Dec 16, 2011  291 ieraksti DrVodka Aug 24 2015 at 13:19 (labots Aug 24 2015 at 13:20 )
if its its not a CRASH then i don't know what CRASH is .. cool


AUD/NZD 400 pips in 10 min > HA HA HA HA . put your seat belts on guys next stop is the NEVERLAND

xgavinc

Biedrs kopš May 11, 2011  235 ieraksti xgavinc Aug 24 2015 at 16:08
Hit NEVERLAND :-(

Another bust day for me, re-tweaked my EA, take 50, lights...camera...ACTION!

If you can't lose, don't play :-D

Wishing everyone else still in the storm best of luck.

For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.
kayz08

Biedrs kopš Jul 13, 2015  32 ieraksti kayz (kayz08) Aug 24 2015 at 17:01
Guys I'm really scared now. Are brokers heavily affected by this as well? I'm not sure if I should keep trading, whats the point of making money if you can't get it out. Is there a certain point when brokers can't pay you back?
I've only made about 15k profit so far but I have never transferred money back to my bank yetsmiley.

Or like theHand says, money might not matter anyway lol.

I don't owe you pip, You don't owe me pip. Lets help each other.
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