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The lord protector (Richard 3) thinks the alsi might move up by 10% a day over the next 3.
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Odds now 1/8 Remain and 5/1 Leave. Looks like the donkey fell at the first fence.
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Koos, what do you trade/
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alsi + resi
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And the black swan wins by a short beak.
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If I had some money on this horse. Could have made a killing. To me this just emphasizes that the British are tired of how the EU runs things and to top it all, a politician in Holland is already calling for a referendum. Now what are the chances for a total desintegration of the whole EU?
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oh boys,Russ, thankfully no cfd's. No margin call. Will look to pick up Nampak at ridiculous price.
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ye dont have to trade on the vagaries of woman, was a 50/50 bet anyhoo.
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The colonizer has voted for independence.
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....today we could lose at least 5-10%. Useless , narrow minded, lazy, selfish English and Welsh (Scots and NIR good guys and a few Londoners) . The EU must screw them and their rubbish cars. Let them erect "their wall" all the way across the channel ! Let the Poms go and pick strawberries themselves instead of hard working Poles. I can't wait to watch. Good luck to Iceland on Monday for the soccer....
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At least London was not burnt down and left in ashes - not sure if the soccer mob will contain themselves.
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Yes, busy days ahead, lots opportunities. Always the Sell in May wins....
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ALSI down 2500 points
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alsi weekly und monthly dunnit look gay either.
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Standard bank and its useless website..cost me money..cudnt close my shorts at lower levels
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USD/ZAR would be a possible long trade(daily)...green confirmation Monday.Long gold another. Well, we know now there will be no FED rate hike.
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Yes - absolute rubbish. Disgraceful!
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This isn't as bad as Black Monday on October 19, 1987, when the Dow lost 22,61% in one day!
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The dax and the cac are taking an even bigger klap than the ftse.
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It seems that when volatility hits the markets, Easy trader get clapped with the same wave. Thankfully, I also receive "live prices" from IG markets (at a fee), so I have effectively hedged against Easy Traders inefficiencies.
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