I'll forgive anyone who doesn't read the Lisbon treaty, it ain't a page turner believe me...I was just interested in seeing what it actually says about 50 as I wasn't sure what to believe given all the nonsense going on.
Spot on HP. If you 'll forgive me I won't be reading the Lisbon Treaty..I'll take your word for it..lol...I don't doubt it was drawn up to make it as tortuous a process as possible. We'll forget it's in progress.
I have to say...what a fantastic win for Wales. They deserved it too. They are the top scorers in the tournament.
What are your prefered indicators? I have had some success in the past using three moving averages and fibonacci for posible buy and sell points. rsi and macd always seem too far behind the initial price movement somehow. It cost me a fortune mostly so gave it up as a bad job! I enjoy your posts keep it up!
Thanks for the comment. Held loads of shares few years back mainly Oil stocks and miners, Lloyds & RBS. Not a believer in "long term" because you could find yourself the wrong side of the investment cycle and these are not "normal times" Sold the lot, went to cash. Had a rethink. Reshuffled the way I approached making money, rather than "invest & forget" go more active. The reason you see me on Lloyds only is because I only trade Lloyds. Apply certain rules of entry and exit. Share trading is boring. Forex is my main interest, it taught me charting (paid) by Americans. It's fast, more volitility, and exciting. Precious metals gold silver, yes, the physical stuff. Do not store in a bank, they may steal it, or the government. There's otherways to hide and store. The US government nicked it in 1933 from safe deposit boxes in US banks and made it illegal to own.....anyway, that's how important gold is in hard times. Another thing you have to remember is the "value" of your currency, what will the puchasing power be?...inflation ect. After WW2 stocks, money, was worthless. Gold and silver plus cigarettes was the money of the day. The financial system worldwide is in trouble, a race to devalue currencies to stay competitive, then you have CBs with forever money bazookas.
I suggest you all look at the Lisbon treaty, check the wording about the process surrounding article 50, and you'll see an awful lot, an AWFUL lot, has to happen before we leave the EU. We will end up with a negotiated arrangement probably three years from now which will provide full control of our legal processes, some form of controlled immigration, and pretty reasonable access to the single market. Just my tuppence worth late on a Friday night
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