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Outrageous Predictions 2017 is out! In this call, high-yielding bond default rate spirals to 25% from less than an average 4% as the failure of central-bank policy leads to a mighty reckoning in the corporate space.
Squawk / 27 September 2016 at 15:38 GMT
Maybe morning commodity spike (CET time zone) was caused because of Hillary & Trump debate. Who knows? I know it's crazy but hope this was last flash of Kiwi :)
27 September
fxtime fxtime
Remember all liquid markets have a standard trading range and therefore follow the usual laws of std deviation etc a rule of thumb trade for you is attached...if you look at the Loon you will see it worked both ways....the trade strategy can easilly be improved on but have a look at the basics first. Hope it helps?
https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/adding-bell-curves-and-whistles-to-your-trading-strategy-7163807
27 September
Market Predator Market Predator
This article is very professional. I start doubt if you're one of us, or Saxo representative hidden in folks (all this graphics/pictures, editing). Fxtime, thank you anyway!
27 September
Market Predator Market Predator
@fxtime: it gives to trader real statistical advantage!
27 September
fxtime fxtime
LOL...I am not employed by Saxo in anyway nor am I paid to post anything....pleased you like the article though :-)

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