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Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Apr 24, 2014 09:41AM GMT
There are a few reports on the news headlines about Ukrainian soldiers firing guns and reclaiming townhalls. It will be interesting to see how traders handle this over the next few hours.

Bar Bogio
Bar Bogio Apr 24, 2014 08:53AM GMT
I am waiting Draghi speech and praying :)
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Apr 24, 2014 09:28AM GMT
Yeah he hasnt really said much thats new

Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Apr 24, 2014 08:13AM GMT
Lol. This is the joy of automatic computer trading modeling first hand. Unfortunately when the DAX futures prices spiked when Apple released its earnings 12 hours ago ,computer programs just registered the move as a significant spike. So even though it has nothing to do with Germany it is assumed that the US markets will go higher so it is built into the trading algorithm. So now we have commercial institutions with their computer programs taking long trades and ignoring completely the Geo political events in the world and the substance behind about why a move occurs like it has today in the US futures. Amazingly the DAX has reacted better to Apples news than the American markets now. No wonder we have flash crashes. If something happens in the Ukraine the first people out the door will be the computer programs and the average investor will be stuck holding the baby. Now that I have had my rant I still expect the market to come back because what often happens in these situations is that fund managers finesse their own computer programs and get out before the computer tells them too. BTW I am hedged quite well so I have learnt to work around this problem but it still irritates me.
Szymon Kowalski
Szymon Kowalski Apr 24, 2014 08:22AM GMT
All ours money are only numbers in computer:) That's true what You said, but we can't fight with global system:) We can only use it to make our virtual profit:)
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Apr 24, 2014 08:33AM GMT
There is no need to fight it, you just need to know how to work with it.
Szymon Kowalski
Szymon Kowalski Apr 24, 2014 08:39AM GMT
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