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So which currency is going to win now? The US has just gone crazy, and I can't see the dollar holding out its strength much longer. The Euro is on its last legs, if the wave of global nativism is any kind of trend to start predicting with more certainly. So, in the face of it all, perhaps we should be punting the currency that has taken the biggest hit so far (tea anyone?), on the rationale that they have already had their turn?
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If anything it may strengthen!
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Dubai, PIIGS, Greece again, etc etc, you still need to eat, get to work, just carry on with life, like we've always done. Just another opportunity for some of us to make money because of the FEAR FACTOR.
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Long term - republicans are good for markets!
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or , there are even less small players than i ever thought
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Can someone tell me what's going on?
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I will not be surprised if US markets close up tonight.
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I think my market_maker has access to the volume control of a time dilation masjien and controls sufficient volume and price, that a difference of elapsed time between two events as measured by observers either moving relative to each other or differently situated from a gravitational mass or masses is assumed. Either that or... i gunna have a mojito at the pool
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OK - I don't know this song. HUMMM a few more bars...
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or, "They be *****ing with me"
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Ohhhh... that old folk song!
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so are dems,clinton, obama .. but trump is not a gop so now what ?
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double tap daily? all longs must die?
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Trump has already indicated he will "follow their policy lead" to a large extent. Dems are historically not good for markets. I'll find a chart/report somewhere and post it.
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There is always something somewhere to support any assertion - lol.
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When you require streetcar desire for higher heights No place for beginners or sensitive hearts When sentiment is left to chance No place to be ending but somewhere to start
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