FX:AUDUSD Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar
talk about a croc of shizza. if there is one thing i learned from trading, it is this: don't use fancy systems to make good returns. keep it as simple as possible. you don't have to trade. in fact you can always invest and double down when the market is wrong about price. you simply cannot predict price action. trading psychology (if there were such a thing) will not help you get better returns, but statistical, rational, and accounting information will. yes, there is accounting information that you can get a hold of for the . where did you think GDP, and jobless claims came from? Magic land? that being said, how are you going to trade the brexit? are you going to use your accounting skills to set up a long term contingency plans that will help determine which direction you are going to place your trade on the EUR or GBP for the long run? or are you going to sit back and tell yourself that you already know what the "FUTURE" is going to be like?