Where in the cycle are the major currencies?

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Old Jan 2, 2018, 9:44pm   #25
 
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Where is my trade? Is this like a "take me to your dealer" question?

My trading for 2018 starts tomorrow with the fomc minutes. If you want an example of how I trade though I am more than happy to provide but I am guessing you are being sarcastic and don't really want to hear it.

dont really give a sh^t, but go ahead

and, thats the truth

like your going teach me smtg right??
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 9:57pm   #26
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Thanks very much for that mate! That video was exceptionally useful!
Such a simplified way of explaining it

I am going to watch it again shortly and perhaps i'll run my understanding past some of you here. I had a few thoughts pop into mind the first time around...I probably should have written them down
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 10:03pm   #27
 
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ya ya ya..
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 10:03pm   #28
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Interesting to see where each national currency is on a scale from very hawkish to very dovish in terms of respective interest rate changes. e.g. have a look at this at places like dailyfx.com where they chart this on a graphic called "perception of monetary policy standing" - see John Kicklighter's video clips such as this recent one **clip**

I say "interesting", not sure if its vital for short-term trading. Depends on your strategy.
Cheers mate!
Funnily enough when I opened that video, it started at 5 mins something... Evidently I had already come across it couldn't quite follow or just couldn't engage with it. The video that FXX provided here has actually been quite helpful. It gives me a clearer understanding of the cogs in the machine and the overall result of human behaviour/policy. So when I watch that again, i'll watch that Kicklighter video again. I was quite perplexed at why the USD reacted the way it did to what I thought was going to provoke a bullish outcome...im sure the video will make more sense to me soon
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 10:04pm   #29
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dont really give a sh^t, but go ahead

and, thats the truth

like your going teach me smtg right??

The only thing I'll end up teaching you is that you are too stubborn to know what's good for you (a lesson you are probably experiencing on a daily basis resulting in you looking deeper into your charts for an answer that will never materialise).

"A smart man makes a mistake, learns from it, and never makes that mistake again. But a wise man finds a smart man and learns from him how to avoid the mistake altogether."
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 10:12pm   #30
 
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i go HERE

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philos...rich_Nietzsche

for my philosophy , lol just kidding

i need a trade, not philosophy ahahaha

i come to t2w for my trades
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 10:16pm   #31
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Cheers mate!
Funnily enough when I opened that video, it started at 5 mins something... Evidently I had already come across it couldn't quite follow or just couldn't engage with it. The video that FXX provided here has actually been quite helpful. It gives me a clearer understanding of the cogs in the machine and the overall result of human behaviour/policy. So when I watch that again, i'll watch that Kicklighter video again. I was quite perplexed at why the USD reacted the way it did to what I thought was going to provoke a bullish outcome...im sure the video will make more sense to me soon

Even if you're a short-term trader these sorts of fundamentals are dangerous to ignore. That said, if central bank activities, news info, national GDP etc. etc. don't generate some movement in the range of USD charts or EUR charts or GBP charts etc., then how useful are they for trading? After all, we're not any of us looking for a site somewhere on the planet to locate a new TV factory or ship-yard.
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Old Jan 2, 2018, 11:01pm   #32
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The next stage is the recovery phase which is where the majors are synchronously forming (this is where growth and leading happens).
Do you mean lending?
Not trying to correct you...if it's not a typo then I don't understand.
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