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1.3409 -0.0030    (-0.22%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.3439
  • Bid/Ask: 1.3408 / 1.3410
  • Day's Range: 1.3404 - 1.3444
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David A. Möller
David A. Möller Jul 29, 2014 02:04PM GMT
Let's rock bears :-)

Santhosh Sri
Santhosh Sri Jul 29, 2014 01:38PM GMT
where is my friend KILLER ORCA ...?? still looking 1.45 ...1.5??
David A. Möller
David A. Möller Jul 29, 2014 01:48PM GMT
Hahahahaha... Santhosh 10 points :-)
David A. Möller
David A. Möller Jul 29, 2014 01:50PM GMT
think he is trying to borrow some money for a come back in forex trading :-)

Nikolay Blaskov
Nikolay Blaskov Jul 29, 2014 01:32PM GMT
Den, these so called sanctions enrich Russia in a way. They are making money out of thin air. The more the EUR gets cheaper, Russians gas and petrol US dollars worth more. Also, all Russians USD accounts are increasing their values. Just like that. Now the gas is more expensive for the EU...
Den Denisov
Den Denisov Jul 29, 2014 01:39PM GMT
Ok but they are not enrichning my trading account : ) i have an open buy position aroud 1.36 level i have been stuck with this position for some time now...the euro continues to fall
Nikolay Blaskov
Nikolay Blaskov Jul 29, 2014 02:37PM GMT
Can you hedge? If tomorrow the US data is good and Friday's ones too, then you will be at big trouble. It will dive about 210 pips down there, to 1.3196 or so. Anyway 1.32 will be the next bounce if the US data is good this week. If it is not good - worry not, likely you are going to be safe...
Chris Yuson
Chris Yuson Jul 29, 2014 02:40PM GMT
Me too. I have a 1.3769 buy position. Can't believe I am 350 pips down..
Den Denisov
Den Denisov Jul 29, 2014 02:44PM GMT
Good idea i was just thinking about it hedging
Nikolay Blaskov
Nikolay Blaskov Jul 29, 2014 02:55PM GMT
Chris and Den, here's how you can get away with very little damage or even, if you are lucky, on profit. First of all do not use stop loses. Second, do not panic, if the rate goes up again and you have a short opened. Thus both orders will be losing ones. Take a look at this as a great opportunity to start learn how to hedge! If the rate goes down, which is a lot more likely, you will profit substantially. About the bounce point near 1.32, open a buy (long) trade and close the short one you have just opened. At that point you will have no profit, yet. When the bounce starts, your losing longs at 1.36/37 will be decreasing and you will have one +ve long at 1.32 into the same time. So, basically, at some point you will have to close the 1.36/37 trades on a substantial loss (maybe 200-300 pips minimum), but, you would have profited the downtrend to 1.32 and then the uptrend to 1.34 maybe. And your loss will be minimum. Maybe, who knows, you can make a buck or two. The whole recovery will take 2-3 months to finish. Sorry, you have to be quite patient now...
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