something tells me shorts from yesty at 1.1173-ish are not entirely cleaned out.
tokyo joyya 14:21:06 GMT - 06/01/2016
Mtl JP 14:13 GMT 06/01/2016
i can leave orders gbpjpy 164/167/171/175/178...now long small one..
i lot or more....hahaha....
london red 14:18:29 GMT - 06/01/2016
plenty of polls to come some will favour stay camp and will boost cable but likely to be capped 147 now into vote unless stay camp really pulls ahead prior to vote. voting boothes close from memory at 11pm uk time (maybe 10pm) and there will be no "official" exit poll done by the broadcasters.
Mtl JP 14:13:37 GMT - 06/01/2016
joyya Brexit is a first in British history.
British are used to dominate in the world , not be stepped on dominatees.
Brexit is highly polarizing - just look at the extent of dirty trickery Cameron and his co-traitors are ready to employ.
Good justification for your dealer to claim "no takers" on the other side of your trade until some +/- 2-3-4-5% away.
I let u do your math w/respect to the risk to your account.
tokyo joyya 13:52:11 GMT - 06/01/2016
23 june what time poll result?anyone knows?
tokyo joyya 13:43:47 GMT - 06/01/2016
Mtl JP 13:38 GMT 06/01/2016
Mtl JP 13:38:49 GMT - 06/01/2016
I am thinking god's reps will take your ticket with 100-300-500+ dynamicaly widening as needed spreads
tokyo joyya 13:33:19 GMT - 06/01/2016
london red 13:22 GMT 06/01/2016
Please tell me gbp move upside again bfore 23june?i want short gbp.....TIA
tokyo joyya 13:31:43 GMT - 06/01/2016
london red 13:22 GMT 06/01/2016
put orders 5%/15% on bth side up and down side.....
london red 13:22:07 GMT - 06/01/2016
those believing they are doing gods work and another prominent ib have taken it upon themselves to get an edge come vote day. not wanting to do some desk jockeys job for him, more on this on the day of the vote and how to trade gbp on the day and the day after the vote.
Mtl JP 13:13:53 GMT - 06/01/2016
What polls do not show you is how to pre-position for a get rich trade prior to a poll release. For that you would have to be an insider.
I am not an insider so as such I am reduced to technicals.
IF I were to trade gbp I would only trade it from the short side seeing as Brexit is considered a dark cloud until it goes away.
short-term technically it is a sell on pops to or while under 1.4440/50
Singapore SC 13:11:15 GMT - 06/01/2016
Wouldn't a brexit be bad for euro as well?
GVI Forex Blog 12:58:33 GMT - 06/01/2016
There are times you feel you are the only sane one in an insane asylum. I think this way sometimes when I feel markets get irrational or do not add up. I have felt this way recently watching markets act like Brexit is dead and buried by pushing sterling higher as public polls showed Remain well in the lead. I addressed this in my most recent article
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