The former British colony: AUD, NZD, CAD

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The former British colony: AUD, NZD, CAD

Good day, dear traders! I'll show you how to trade AUD / USD, NZD / USD, USD/CAD. "Commodity" currencies are easier to forecast than other currencies. Commission small it is also an advantage. I buy the AUD, NZD, CAD simultaneously or sell the currency pairs simultaneously. What is my method of trading? - This is a neural network. Now begin the question: how the neural network works, what its components? neural network device is very complicated. This question is difficult to give a simple answer. Let's not go into the details. Let's just watch my forecasts, and then make conclusions. I think that my topic will be of interest and help you in trading. Forecasts come at different times. If you are interested in my forecasts, please write your e-mail, and configure this e-mail notifying SMS alarm, so you will not miss my new signal.

Forecast 11/28/16
AUD / USD buy 0.7445
NZD / USD buy 0.7041
USD / CAD sell 1.3523
 

Fugazsy

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We are not a British colony anymore, we are leading not only Britain but all the rest. :cool:

Keep it up with the rest of the thread, I trade all the above plus the crosses in between them.
 
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Close positions, open new positions

Forecast 11/29/16
AUD / USD sell 0.7466
NZD / USD sell 0.7073
USD / CAD buy 1.3432
 
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Close positions, open new positions
Forecast 11/30/16
AUD / USD buy 0.7388
NZD / USD buy 0.7083
USD / CAD sell 1.3424
 

NVP

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Just interested .....Why are you teaming nzd with aud ?......you are duplicating trades probably over 80% of the time ......interesting thread though......keep it up

I've played a little in this area last few years
 
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Just interested .....Why are you teaming nzd with aud ?......you are duplicating trades probably over 80% of the time ......interesting thread though......keep it up

I've played a little in this area last few years
Risk diversification.
The Canadian dollar is not trade, a time-out, the Canadian economy is now changing.