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    Who is taking part?
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    not me but it sounds interesting. whats it all about, can anyone join (i.e. alevel students)
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    Started today, so I think you're too late now.

    Its currency trading, and I think only Uni students could join.
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    oh right - well hope you win lol
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    I'm 20% up but then I'm pretty much just looking at the pairs and gambling so I'm sure it will go soon.
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    20% is good though ^
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    Anyone owns a Bloomberg Professional account on here?
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    (Original post by Brown_Bateman)
    What time do the currency markets close?
    Currencies are OTC.

    (+ add some insult here)
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    not me but it sounds interesting. whats it all about, can anyone join (i.e. alevel students)
    have a go at the IFS student investor challenge. that is for A-level students.
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    (Original post by Brown_Bateman)
    i thought so too but after looking at a couple of graphs on previous currency trends, i noticed certain times when one of them stayed constant and thought maybe this was a time period when the market was closed. Was a bit of a silly question though i guess :yep:
    market closes in the weekend
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    I'm confused. I was sent 2 account number with 2 password for the same e-mail account and username :confused:. Which one should I use?
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    I'm a part of this too, really enjoying it =)
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    +7% or so. I watched a couple of videos on fibonacci retracements but it's all very hit and miss since I don't really have much of an idea what's going on.
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    Doesn't the level of volatility your returns are experiencing sort of suggest that you *cough* may just be guessing and getting lucky/unlucky?
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    (Original post by Teenage Pirate)
    Doesn't the level of volatility your returns are experiencing sort of suggest that you *cough* may just be guessing and getting lucky/unlucky?
    Hmm. Don't know about you, but I'd rather be a lucky trader, than a good trader.
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    (Original post by uthinkilltellu)
    Hmm. Don't know about you, but I'd rather be a lucky trader, than a good trader.
    Surely you mean a lucky trader than a bad trader :confused:
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    Ugh congrats, ended up with $58k having punted the rest on the trend and it doomswitched downhill before I got home. Enjoy the day out as the other Warwickian that actually decided to play... fancied my chances!
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    oh wow I thought it finished today. lol, wouldn't have done that last chance shot if I knew that. oops. still, stranger things have happened
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    (Original post by uthinkilltellu)
    Hmm. Don't know about you, but I'd rather be a lucky trader, than a good trader.
    I'd rather be an investor or whatever the term for someone who is allowed to make losses in the short term is called
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    (Original post by Teenage Pirate)
    I'd rather be an investor or whatever the term for someone who is allowed to make losses in the short term is called
    Whatever the term is, it in now defunct.

    And if what I'm talking about happens, I won't make any short term loses, or long term either, for that matter
 
 
 

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