GBP/USD - British Pound US Dollar

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1.5030 -0.0073    -0.48%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: British Pound
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.5103
  • Bid/Ask: 1.5029 / 1.5031
  • Day's Range: 1.5030 - 1.5106
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GBP/USD 1.5030 -0.0073 -0.48%
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onearm boxer
onearm boxer 8 hours ago
i have not closed my sell (lot 2)which i placed @ 1.5050 lol i will ride without sl since i am very confident tomorrow bottom will be break , in other words US will break the gbp bones
Saer Ghazzaoui
Saer Ghazzaoui 5 hours ago
do you think before going to break down gbp bones ,will loop above 1.5050 a bit ? :) because as I mentioned below that my SL cannot handle below 1.5020 ?
onearm boxer
onearm boxer 3 hours ago
no way going upwards before touching 1.4980 am Expecting a Spike Downwards .
Saer Ghazzaoui
Saer Ghazzaoui 23 hours ago
guy any advise before the market start ! . . I have opened buy position on 1.5036 with high leverage on 100% sl :( I am already in position -12% ,should I close it ? because as I heard that will be down below the 1.5000 is that right ?
Najim Hak
Najim Hak 22 hours ago
Set your stoplose at 1.497
Keris Dunia
Keris Dunia 2 hours ago
i am usually use sl around 40 from my potition. and use ur money management.
Kamlesh Narwani
Kamlesh Narwani Nov 28, 2015 3:49AM GMT
I have 6 positions opened for buy, 1.514, 1.513, 1.511, 1.508, 1.506, 1.505, it seems that this pair might go to 1.47 - 1.48? I am gonna put SL At 1.498. Any suggestion,?
Strike trader
Strike trader Nov 28, 2015 5:00AM GMT
wow you made a blender mistake, bear will broke the bulls then it will go upto 1.4868, then up
Kamlesh Narwani
Kamlesh Narwani Nov 28, 2015 5:39AM GMT
Thanks Strike Trader.. Yes, because GBP news data was directing toward upside this week, well i think then better to close the positions at the time of market opening, otherwise its going to be big loss.!!
Strike trader
Strike trader Nov 28, 2015 7:36AM GMT
Don't close it hedge it
Ashburn Burn
Ashburn Burn Nov 28, 2015 4:22PM GMT
agree. better to hedge then close..
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