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$GBPUSD just reached major support. Now what?

$GBPUSD just reached major support.  Now what?   The $GBPUSD has been in “free fall” but now has reached a major quarterly support.   What will happen now? Below is the Quarterly chart for

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Where do the US Stock Markets Go Now?

Where do the US Stock Markets Go Now?   Three weeks have now passed since the BREXIT vote and the markets should be settling down.   The question is now, where are the markets going?   Has volatility

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Check this out, UK Stock Market back to Levels Before BREXIT

Check this out, UK Stock Market back to Levels Before BREXIT   Ever feel like the stock market is one big game?    If not,,,,check this out. UK decided to leave the European Union.    News is reporting

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US Stock Market approaching critical resistance. Do or Die?

US Stock Market approaching critical resistance.  Do or Die? BREXIT caused a lot of volatility on all instruments types and caused the US stock markets to go down drastically.  Since yesterday, the markets

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Q2CY2016 Spain Stock Market Executive Summary

Q2CY2016 Spain Stock Market Executive Summary.   In the last update, we made this comment  “the market is consolidating but in danger of starting a major bearish trend”. Figure 1 shows the

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BREXIT Greed destroys a lot of traders, Don’t panic and print money!

BREXIT Greed destroys a lot of traders, Don’t panic and print money!.   Before the British Veto, the market started to price in that they weren’t going to leave the European Union.  It was

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$GBP Pound was “Rigged” to get Strong! See the Proof

The GBP Pound was “Rigged” to get Strong!  See the Proof.   Did you know the path for the path for $GBPUSD was set for both May and June ahead of time?    This is no game!  Statistics

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Brexit Party Now! What is going on?

Brexit Party Now!   What is going on?   UK is voting as we write this article on whether to stay in the European Union.  What does this mean for UK, German, and US Stock markets?   That is the big

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