DAX Futures - Dec 15

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RankUsernameTotalClosedWinningWin %Chg. %
2Robi Fxs1061067570.75+35.06%
3amit Jain73733852.05+28.89%
4Ankur Sharma71714259.15+28.61%
5Ajay Srivast39392769.23+23.08%
6Ting-Hey Cha55480+21.98%
7Mayur Shah21211780.95+20.2%
8Thomas Freun30302790+19.92%
9Toni Virtane55480+18.12%
10luxy meg alo46452760+16.61%
11Piotr Witcza1010880+16.41%
12Vladas Paoza94937984.95+16.32%
13Abhishek m r59594372.88+16.21%
14Leo Lim14141285.71+15.59%
15holidey alon22221777.27+15.24%
16sergey Lee109666.67+15.13%
17Karsten Pede99555.56+15.03%
18Albert Sorel27271555.56+14.23%
19Anshul Rasto54543055.56+14.13%
20Stone Kold111100+13.55%
21Amitabh Trip97978385.57+13.37%
22rachida chic111100+12.99%
23sterling int1212975+12.77%
24Roshni mitta59593355.93+12.57%
25Manu Crespo18181266.67+11.97%
26Bradley Hofm111100+11.61%
27f m66583.33+11.6%
28bertrand dan28281967.86+11.47%
29Juan Manuel ...111100+11.26%
30Валентин Лог222100+11.14%
31Ricardo Mine111100+10.82%
32PAUL GOL222100+10.72%
33Aleksander V22150+10.61%
34Kabir Khan69693449.28+10.53%
35money money54542953.7+10.32%
36BALÁZS BÉLA1313861.54+10.3%
37Massimo Ebas222100+10.05%
38Jay Piasecki111100+10%
39Mario Bros16161593.75+9.99%
40Anderson Bru44375+9.78%
41Giuseppe Spi44375+9.74%
42smeraldo rus444100+9.57%
43Aatish Agarw43432762.79+9.54%
44fabio classe35353085.71+9.42%
45Muhammad Mun111100+9.21%
46John Verhoev19191368.42+9.2%
47jachy josh1312650+9.11%
48Csaba Remete333100+9.07%
49Guenal Altun1010660+9.03%
50pom tom111100+9.02%

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Jose Frajtag
Jose Frajtag 15 hours ago
The world oil production is abot 75million barrels a day! If you think that oil should be values at the same price as last year around $100 per barrel, the world have a $50 dollar bonus per barrel per day. If you make the right math you´ll find that the producing countries is financing the worl with $1,4 trillion dollars, that is more or less what was lost in the 2008 crisis! In short: The world should grow a lot with this dollar bonanza!
aparantus some
aparantus some 1 hour ago
Inflation is an even more important effect. Why should you buy now when you can buy later more cheaper.
aparantus some
aparantus some Oct 02, 2015 7:30PM GMT
I revise my comment market smells the free money again. Putin maybe not. We go to 12k again and then we pop as fed raises rates high yield bonds pop. Us schale go bust causez hyperinflation.
aparantus some
aparantus some Oct 02, 2015 7:37PM GMT
Intrest raise is double trouble for shale industry there bonds will be way expensive and oil prices drop
aparantus some
aparantus some Oct 02, 2015 5:18PM GMT
if you were long now it is the time to close, i have no thrust in these fed guys
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