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http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1276400543695544320EUR/USD Forecast: Bears depend on a smash beneath double-high neckline, end to 1.1170 https://t.co/uBCDqVtMrp— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 26, 2020
https://preview.redd.it/zp7shgjo5dm51.png?width=2408&format=png&auto=webp&s=cd658da3cf5f10759c9fa56fd022b0176c8413ab After reading a lot about forex and strategies and babypips and playing with demo account etc etc for a month, started trading with real money since June manually. Initial capital $200 and then no more deposit, neither withdrawal. Performance was just so so except having caught a trend at the beginning (was just luck). Then stopped entirely and worked on a bot. First bot worked but low profit and wasn't designed to ride trends. Then started trading with 2nd bot this week. Now trading entirely with bot. So far I always start each trade with just 0.01 lot, don't wanna expose myself to too much risk. Not here to brag (although feel quite good indeed) but to ask for warnings and advices, because I am still quite new. Feel free to smash.
Hello everyone Im a longtime lurker and decide to post my story on my second account. Im 21 (m) and just like most of the people on this sub I’m a also virgin but I don’t see myself as a loser because of that. I have been offered by people to lose my card but I choose to reject their offer because of age or because I ain’t feeling it from the person offering it. Idk I’m the type of person that wants to have an emotional connection with someone rather than a sexual one. Alright, So I come from an Hispanic Immigrant Family and I am part of the first generation to be born in the United States and first to go to college from my family (including cousins). And before I was born my destiny was set in stone as I would have the responsibility to carry my family out of poverty and into the lime light. With this my happiness was pushed aside and I was pushed to become a great student so our future would look bright but unfortunately along the way my knees buckled along the way as I was moving towards that goal. So I guess I should explain my situation which all starts with my family situation. My parents are people who were too immature and not ready to have kids and unfortunately I was the first and that meant I was the test subject for them. Now I don’t hate myself or anything in general really but I hate my Dad in fact I hate my own name because it reminds me of him (I’m jr he’s sr) and I hate that because he was the cause for so much physical abuse and I’m not talking about the stereotypical sandal moment, I’m talking about getting a toy firetruck smashed on your head. Meanwhile on the other side I was subject to emotional abuse from my mom which was due to the shitty relationship they had and I was the stress outlet for both of them. People do grow though and change along the way but I’m just too detached to them that I don’t want reconcile or continue to move forward with them. As said before I was the test subjest because by the second they improved and by the third they cracked the puzzle and finally succeeded at parenting. The thing is I am kinda jealous of my brother and sister on how they were treated and how they were able to relax and nothing was really expected of them. Which in turn has made detached from them because I have nothing in common with them but being born from the same person. Nor do I expected them to help with what was thrusted upon me one thinks shes hard and the other is lazy and cant read at all despite being in 8th grade. But besides that fact in all honesty I don’t see them as family but more as people I just live with. With my family situation in the gutter it basically set the foundation for the state of my mental health. My mental health started becoming apparent in high school around sophomore year when I started to suffer from a lack of motivation when it came to moving forward with my life. It eventually escalated as time went on and it got was worse especially after high school. Because after high school I started getting some of my old memories pop up randomly and they were all about how I was treated as kid. None of them were pleasant memories such as the firetruck incident and all the physical and emotional abuse from my past. Which in turn brought me to an existential crisis as I questioned what I was working towards and this is where my knees started buckling and succumbed to the weight of the stress and responsibility thrusted upon me without my consent and I was left wondering why am I fighting for people I never really cared about or had my best interest. So while I was dealing with all this I was trying to deal with my depression which was by focusing on something no matter how small it was. Which brings me to the light at the end of the tunnel which was Wrestling and I fell in love the moment I saw it for the first time because of the story telling aspect of it. I never understood someone’s passion for being an accountant, a manager or etc until I compared to my love for wrestling. Not only that but I don’t see it as just a sport but as a way out because it was the only thing that was able to keep me going. No matter how far I go back wrestling was always a part of my fun childhood moments unfortunately. Wether it be playing with my friends, or watching it on tv. As time went on I even eventually got tired of watching it and wanted to be apart of it and wanted to make a career but their is no money to be made when starting out. So I gave up and decided to go to school and I am currently one year and a half from graduating but I just couldn’t take it anymore, because I wasn’t able to get internships and it wasn’t something I could see myself doing for the rest of my life. So on News Years some shit went down and I decided that 2020 would be the year that I would be happy by taking the steps necessary to focus on wrestling but unfortunately Covid hit so I couldn’t pursue that and eventually I stopped working out and just let everything go and pass me by as I shut myself in my room and only go out to work. Which leads to where I am now. But before that I kept on mentioning an event that happened on News Years and that was where we went to visit my cousins in arizona and from their we went to Flagstaff where it snows and I was at awe because I just love the snow since I’m from California I don’t get too see much of it. Along the way back my mom was complaining the whole time as she wanted to go back home instead of Flagstaff and kept at it for the whole trip including insults and stuff about our cousins. It got bad to a point where I just wanted to jump out the car but since I was driving I didn’t want to take anyone’s else’s life with me nor did I want to cause a car crash as I was on the freeway. We went to eat later that day and she just kept at it and while I was their I went to the bathroom and broke down as I was praying for someone to save me and looking for a way to end my life. Instead of that I gave myself an ultimatum and that was if I don’t change my position in life by the end of 2020 I would unfortunately bite the bullet because I just need a Way Out of this place/situation I’m in. I’m doing this ultimatum because I’m hoping it will motivate me to continue moving forward. Its currently august and I have payed of my debts, dropped out of school (hated my major), quit my job and got another one (thinking about quitting my new job), and I picked up forex in hopes of making money that way. With 4 months left on my ultimatum it seems like I haven’t done much but it’s whatever. The thing is people have the impression that if you talk about your problems you will magically be saved but I could talk to someone about my problems for days but the thing is I don’t need to talk about my problems what I need is a way out of my current position in life and I have thought about spending a month in Japan just exploring and spending my last month alive their but Covid unfortunately came along and ruined what hope I did have if I were able to describe my situation in a song it would be the song Maze by Juice WRLD and the song Come back to Earth by Mac Miller. The things is if I die I’m gonna miss trivial things like not being able to see the ending of Attack on Titan, Solo Leveling, My Hero Academia, Wings, McDonalds, In-n-out, Pizza, Food/Anime/Wrestling in general, the new music I’m gonna miss or even seeing what path my little cousin is going to take as he grows up. And Depending on what I choose to do moving forward I will try to update you guys with my progress and if I don’t then I guess I bite the bullet. Anyways thanks for reading my story feels more like a Memoir but I just wanted to get this of my chest. SideNote: Also sorry for it being so long but this is just the surface theirs actually a lot more I could go into detail but I went on long on enough.
Thoughts On The Market Series #1 - The New Normal?
Market Outlook: What to Make of This “New Normal”
By ****\* March 16, 2020 After an incredibly volatile week – which finished with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rallying over 9% on Friday – I suppose my readers might expect me to be quite upbeat about the markets. Unfortunately, I persist in my overall pessimistic outlook for stocks, and for the economy in general. Friday’s rally essentially negated Thursday’s sell-off, but I don’t expect it to be the start of a sustained turnaround. We’re getting a taste of that this morning, with the Dow opening down around 7%. This selloff is coming on the back of an emergency interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve of 100 basis points (to 0%-0.25%) on Sunday… along with the announcement of a new quantitative easing program of $700 billion. (I will write about this further over the next several days.) As I have been writing for many weeks, the financial bubble – which the Fed created by pumping trillions of dollars into the financial system – has popped. It will take some time for the bubble to deflate to sustainable levels. Today I’ll walk you through what’s going on in the markets and the economy… what I expect going forward and why… and what it means for us as traders. (You’ll see it’s not all bad news.)
Coronavirus’ Strain on the Global Economy
To start, let’s put things in perspective: This asset deflation was coming one way or another. Covid19 (or coronavirus) has simply accelerated the process. Major retailers are closing, tourism is getting crushed, universities and schools are sending students home, conventions, sporting events, concerts, and other public gatherings have been cancelled, banks and other financial service firms are going largely virtual, and there has been a massive loss of wealth. Restaurant data suggests that consumer demand is dropping sharply, and the global travel bans will only worsen the situation. Commercial real estate is another sector that looks particularly vulnerable. We are almost certain to see a very sharp and pronounced economic slowdown here in the United States, and elsewhere. In fact, I expect a drop of at least 5% of GDP over the next two quarters, which is quite severe by any standard. Sure, when this cycle is complete, there will be tremendous amounts of pent-up demand by consumers, but for the time being, the consumer is largely on the sidelines. Of course, the problems aren’t just in the U.S. China’s numbers look awful. In fact, the government there may have to “massage” their numbers a bit to show a positive GDP in the first quarter. Europe’s numbers will also look dreadful, and South Korea’s economy has been hit badly. All around the world, borders are being shut, all non-essential businesses are being closed, and people in multiple countries are facing a lockdown of historic proportions. The coronavirus is certainly having a powerful impact, and it looks certain that its impact will persist for a while. Consider global tourism. It added almost $9 trillion to the global economy in 2018, and roughly 320 million jobs. This market is in serious trouble. Fracking in the U.S. is another business sector that is in a desperate situation. Millions of jobs and tens of billions of loans are now in jeopardy. The derivative businesses that this sector supports will be likewise devastated as companies are forced to reduce their workforces or shut down due to the collapse in oil prices. This sector’s suffering will probably force banks to book some big losses despite attempts by the government to support this industry. In a similar way, the derivative businesses that are supported by the universities and colleges across America are going to really suffer. There are nearly 20 million students in colleges across the U.S. When they go home for spring vacation and do not return, the effect on the local businesses that colleges and university populations support will be devastating. What does this “new normal” mean going forward? Let’s take a look…
The new normal may become increasingly unpleasant for us. We need to be ready to hunker down for quite some time. Beyond that, the government needs to handle this crisis far better in the future. The level of stupidity associated with the massive throngs of people trapped in major airports yesterday, for example, was almost unimaginable. Instead of facilitating the reduction of social contact and halting the further spread of the coronavirus, the management of the crowds at the airports produced a perfect breeding ground for the spread of the virus. My guess is that more draconian travel restrictions will be implemented soon, matching to some extent the measures taken across Europe. This will in turn have a further dampening effect on economic activity in the U.S., putting more and more pressure on the Fed and the government to artificially support a rapidly weakening economy. Where does this end up? It is too early to say, but a very safe bet is that we will have some months of sharply negative growth. Too many sectors of the economy are going to take a hit to expect anything else. The Fed has already driven interest rates to zero. Will that help? Unlikely. In fact, as I mentioned at the beginning of this update, the markets are voting with a resounding NO. The businesses that are most affected by the current economic situation will still suffer. Quantitative easing is hardly a cure-all. In fact, it has been one of the reasons that we have such a mess in our markets today. The markets have become addicted to the easy money, so more of the same will have little or no impact. We will need real economic demand, not an easier monetary policy. It won’t help support tourism, for example, or the other sectors getting smashed right now. The government will need to spend at least 5% of GDP, or roughly $1 trillion, to offset the weakness I see coming. Is it surprising that the Fed and the government take emergency steps to try to stabilize economic growth? Not at all. This is essentially what they have been doing for a long time, so it is completely consistent with their playbook. Next, I would anticipate the government implementing some massive public-works and infrastructure programs over the coming months. That would be very helpful, and almost certainly quite necessary. But there’s a problem with this kind of intervention from the government…
What Happens When You Eliminate the Business Cycle
The Fed’s foolish attempt to eliminate business cycles is a significant contributing factor to the volatility we are currently experiencing. Quantitative easing is nothing more than printing lots and lots of money to support a weak economy and give the appearance of growth and prosperity. In fact, it is a devaluation of the currency’s true buying power. That in turn artificially drives up the prices of other assets, such as stocks, real estate and gold – but it does not create true wealth. That only comes with non-inflationary growth of goods and services and associated increases in economic output. Inflation is the government’s way to keep people thinking they are doing better. To that point: We have seen some traditional safe-haven assets getting destroyed during this time of risk aversion. That has certainly compounded the problems of many investors. Gold is a great example. As the stock market got violently slammed, people were forced to come up with cash to support their losing positions. Gold became a short-term source of liquidity as people sold their gold holdings in somewhat dramatic fashion. It was one of the few holdings of many people that was not dramatically under water, so people sold it. The move may have seemed perverse, particularly to people who bought gold as a safe-haven asset, but in times of crisis, all assets tend to become highly correlated, at least short term. We saw a similar thing happen with long yen exposures and long Bitcoin exposures recently. The dollar had its strongest one-day rally against the yen since November 2016 as people were forced to sell huge amounts of yen to generate liquidity. Many speculators had made some nice profits recently as the dollar dropped sharply from 112 to 101.30, but they have been forced to book whatever profits they had in this position. Again, this was due to massive losses elsewhere in their portfolios. Is the yen’s sell-off complete? If it is not complete, it is probably at least close to an attractive level for Japanese investors to start buying yen against a basket of currencies. The major supplies of yen have largely been taken off the table for now. For example, the yen had been a popular funding currency for “carry” plays. People were selling yen and buying higher-yielding currencies to earn the interest rate difference between the liability currency (yen) and the funding currency (for example, the U.S. dollar). Carry plays are very unpopular in times of great uncertainty and volatility, however, so that supply of yen will be largely gone for quite some time. Plus, the yield advantage of currencies such as the U.S. dollar, Canadian dollar, and Australian dollar versus the yen is nearly gone. In addition, at the end of the Japanese fiscal year , there is usually heavy demand for yen as Japanese corporations need to bring home a portion of their overseas holdings for balance sheet window dressing. I don’t expect that pressure to be different this year. Just as the safe-haven assets of yen and gold got aggressively sold, Bitcoin also got hammered. It was driven by a similar theme – people had big losses and they needed to produce liquidity quickly. Selling Bitcoin became one of the sources of that liquidity.
Heavy Price Deflation Ahead
Overall, there is a chance that this scenario turns into something truly ugly, with sustained price deflation across many parts of the economy. We will certainly have price deflation in many sectors, at least on a temporary basis. Why does that matter over the long term? Price deflation is the most debilitating economic development in a society that is debt-laden – like the U.S. today. Prices of assets come down… and the debt becomes progressively bigger and bigger. The balance sheet of oil company Chesapeake Energy is a classic example. It’s carrying almost $10 billion worth of debt… versus a market cap of only about $600 million. Talk about leverage! When the company had a market cap of $10 billion, that debt level didn’t appear so terrifying. Although this is an extreme example for illustrative purposes, the massive debt loads of China would seem more and more frightening if we were to sink into flat or negative growth cycles for a while. The government’s resources are already being strained, and it can artificially support only so many failing companies. The U.S. has gigantic levels of debt as well, but it has the advantage of being the world’s true hegemon, and the U.S. dollar is the world’s reserve currency. This creates a tremendous amount of leverage and power in financing its debt. The U.S. has been able to impose its will on its trading partners to trade major commodities in dollars. This has created a constant demand for the dollar that offsets, to a large extent, the massive trade deficit that the U.S. runs. For example, if a German company wants to buy oil, then it needs to hold dollars. This creates a constant demand for dollar assets. In short, the dollar’s status as the true global reserve currency is far more important than most people realize. China does not hold this advantage.
What to Do Now
In terms of how to position ourselves going forward, I strongly recommend that people continue with a defensive attitude regarding stocks. There could be a lot more downside to come. Likewise, we could see some panic selling in other asset classes. The best thing right now is to be liquid and patient, ready to pounce on special opportunities when they present themselves. For sure, there will be some exceptional opportunities, but it is too early to commit ourselves to just one industry. These opportunities could come in diverse sectors such as commercial real estate, hospitality, travel and leisure, and others. As for the forex markets, the volatility in the currencies is extreme, so we are a bit cautious. I still like the yen as a safe-haven asset. I likewise still want to sell the Australian dollar, the New Zealand dollar, and the Canadian dollar as liability currencies. Why? The Bank of Canada, the Reserve Bank of Australia, and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand have all taken aggressive steps recently, slashing interest rates. These currencies are all weak, and they will get weaker. Finding an ideal entry for a trade, however, is tricky. Therefore, we are being extra careful with our trading. We always prioritize the preservation of capital over generating profits, and we will continue with this premise. At the same time, volatility in the markets is fantastic for traders. We expect many excellent opportunities to present themselves over the coming days and weeks as prices get driven to extreme levels and mispricings appear. So stay tuned.
Quit Quick! TL:DR - If it's even possible you will quit, do it early. Otherwise, succeed. No matter what. Commit, or quit. The markets are no place for part timers or hobbiest. The hard stats here are 3/4 of you will not make it. The ones that do, are going to take a lot of shit from the market before you do. If you are not going to be as determined to succeed in 5 years of failing as you are starting, quit quick. Save yourself the hassle. If you think you're going to get it quick ... you're not. You might 'get it' a little bit, but then be smashed by market changes that you have no experience of. Early success in trading can be like building sand castle at the tideline. You're putting it together and it looks great, then whooosh, and you're starting again. Even if you read all the books, attend all the courses, have personal training .... whatever. For you to be able to stand on your own two feet in the markets is going to take some time. There is an eliment of 'snakes and ladders' to it that is just inherent in aiming to build wealth (or produce ROI) on a speculative skill. I am not saying this because I want you to quit. I want you to succeed. What I do not want to see is you quitting in 4 years time. Lots of people take over 5 years to learn this. Some 10. You want to get a payoff on that investment of time and effort, so make sure you will stick it out for that time. Be all in, or be out. There is no shame in noticing early trading is not for you. It is technically and mentally hard. It is not a natural skill, it takes some rewiring to do it. Do Not Assume People Know More Than You TL;DR - A lot of people know less than they appear to/think. Even if you a very new. They often do not. People often repeat what they have heard. Some people think popularity is the same as profitabiliy .... we call these people "poor with statistics". Reality is, most people do not know how to make money. They are telling you what others said (and who knows where they got it?). Worse than this, is there are people who think they know a lot. I think about the dumbest point in my trading carreer was once I got a few years in and thought I knew everything. The more you think you know, the less you probably do. These people often talk down at newbies, which can make it seem like they are smarter. Appearances are not always what they seem. Do not assume you know more than people, either. Both are equally foolish. You do not know what people know, and since whatever you think you know may later change, you do not fully know what 'think' you know now. Just hold the conclusions you draw to a high standard of proof, and look for others demonstrating their own conclusions with similar high standards of proof (not chatter). Lose Money TL;DR - You're going to anyway, get good at it. "Say what?????". Yeah! Lose some money. Don't be a fucking baby. You are going to lose money at some time. If you take the time to read the stories of highly successful traders, you will see we all bust. Exceptionally few do not. The ones who have the worst busts are the ones who start out winning. You need to know how to lose. It is better to learn this losing a grand or so than a million. When losing, we end up facing the urges to produce a panic (or revenge) sort of responce ... which will epicly fuck up everything. You need to learn to feel this burn, and still make the logical choice. Good judegement will come from bad judgement. Two things humans really dislike generally speaking are losing money and being wrong. Forex will give you a whole lot of both of them. You're probably going to have to make adaptions to your thinking patterns to be able to deal with this. [Action point: Read "Trading in the Zone"] Observe Others Strategies TL;DR - Watching other people trading opens up new perspectives. Both winning and losing ones have their purposes. Make sure however you are observing them you can see the actual trades on a chart. So you can see specifically what is done (not just results or what is said). Personally I done this watching managed accounts. I learned a lot from it. From highly profitable ones, I learned traits of the 'trader brain'. I seen how they protected equity, and siezed opportunities. Their strategies had structure and rational. It could be seen to be repeatable and the trades became predictable - and I could see why that made sense to do. From losing ones, I got to look into a mirror of mistakes I made. When you see someone else doing dumb shit, it is more obvious it is dumb shit than when you do the same 'stuff'. I would say I learned the most from the accounts that were unprofitable. (Note, if doing this make sure you use copy trading or MAM. Never PAMM. Due to technical allocation differences in trades, PAMM accounts do not yield the information you need) Other examples of this are following signals services. Signals services are frowned upon here in this sub. I've noticed. These services are not 'useless' - it depends on how well they are used. There are many free ones, you can trade demo accounts to follow them. If you think you can not learn from bad traders, fair enough. People can. If you think there are not more skilled people than you doing this (anywhere!), you're 99.99% probability wrong. Learn to Discard, Without IgnoringTL;DR - Have a critical mind. No information is useless, and as such should not be called 'bad'. Much information is incorrect. You have to learn how to assess information and test it for yourself. Never let what others say influence the trades you make when you are testing strategies (remember, people disagreeing can be good. 20/80 success rate ... do we want 100% agreement?) Everything we think we know should always be preliminary, and this means information we get we should use to re-check conclusions from information we have previous gleamed. For you to do this well it is important you have solid conclusions of your own, which you do not get from being a recievetransmitter of others opinons. There is a fine balance to this. You have to be open to new ideas, without being whimsical in your conclusions. Do not accept information as true just because a lot of people say it is. Always hunt for the why, and be careful to seperate what are opinons from what are facts. Take time to learn all the popular opinions. Then look for people who give unique insights and ideas outside of (or tweaking) they opinions - they may have rare information, because they have evidendly done self study. [Action point: Write down all the things you think are true about trading, work on getting answers as to why they are true, or accept they are unproven] Put a Value on the Skill TL;DR - Become clear on the expected reward for your efforts. Not enough people do this. What is the skill of trading worth to you in dollar value over your expected lifetime trading? Since trading can be a tough and time consuming thing to learn, you should be clear on the reward of it. Personally, this 'carrot on the stick' is what's pulled me through the hardest times. The value of the skill depends on how you want to use it. I value it over $100 million. People may think this is hype, but I do not have any "How to make $100 million" training courses to sell. That's what it is worth to me, and it will remain worth that irrespective of if it is believed. This is not saying I have made over $100 million, just the skill I consider to be worth at least that having worked to obtain it. If you are someone who wants to make a lot of money and thinks the numbers I am saying are hype. Numbers like $5,000 - $10,000 a month even seeming unrealistic - get yourself around different people! These are 'easy' numbers if you have good skills. If you get yourself into the top 15% (which is not all that hard if you remember breakeven beats 80%) you have an ability to do something almost no one can do, yet almost everyone wants. It's valuable. This has been the most motivating factor for me in trading. I've seen real examples of people making millions (a year) because they have honed in a skill. I've also seen complete idiots getting into positions where they could easily make themsevles a million (maybe more than once), but then fuck it up ... because it's easier to pretend to have the skill (or think you have) than actually have it. So from early on I have always had a framework in which I knew learning to trade (really well) would make me millions. This has given me an attitude of "closer to it now than I've ever been" ... no mather how devistatingly bad things may have went.
Another account blown, time for some help. Short back story: Got very lucky and made a good amount of money in Crypto at the end of 2017. Thought I was the best trader, could never lose, etc.. However, in reality, anyone that bought anything crypto related around that time frame made money. I had some help and cashed out most right before the crash. Took that profit and traveled around for a year. Once done, and the money ran out, went back to work. After returning to work, realized the 9-5 life is not what I want. And realized that being a trader is what I honestly, and truly want to do. So, the research and dedication began. I've recently picked up trading Forex (four months), went through an amazing course, received an incredible mentor (still current), studying for a few hours, every single day. Almost all of my free time is dedicated to understanding and learning. After the course, started with demo accounts. Absolutely smashed the demo accounts (i know it's different then real money). After being successful, it was time for real money. Issue: I will perform proper TA, wait for setups, locate targets and perform good trades. Ending up making very profitable trades. Great, awesome. Then, I get bored. And when I'm not in am trade, I feel as if I should always be in a trade. Even though I know this is wrong. I'll start taking random trades, just because. Or wake up, got stopped out over night from a previous bad trade, quickly place another trade on my phone, and guess what, that fails too. Also, losing the money aspect doesn't bother me. Even though it is a good amount. What bothers me simply is, my account is blown, now I can no longer trade. Thanks for reading. This is truly what i wish to do for a living. This is my dream. I want this. Any responses or insight will be helpful. -WannaBeDayTrader
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https://preview.redd.it/tbbwybr72fv31.jpg?width=1920&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=24fafceff269e3d5946ed572ec5385f16d03606c If you are not familiar with the iconic makeup artist Mickey of Los Angeles, it is time to get acquainted with you and your Youtube channel, Glam and Gore. This groundbreaking 28-year-old is known for making things "pretty ugly"; Mykie combines her passions and talents to create Instagram-worthy makeup photos and cool special effects, perfect for true-to-life costumes and horror movies. Mikey has developed a passion and can use cosmetics during her graduate studies in cinema and has gained professional experience through her own research and desire to work in local haunted homes. Since joining YouTube in 2014 on Mykie since then, sincere loyalty has gained 3.1 million subscribers. But why is it worth looking at? Mykie's textbooks combine comedy and education perfectly. If you want to master this killer cat look by creating the most realistic zombie costume on the planet, or try wearing a wig, Glam and Gore has something for you. In addition, the latest changes to the Youtube algorithm have had a negative impact on your views and future revenue, meaning you can now use support as never before. Because of these updates, subscribers were not notified of new messages or were unable to view new videos. Also, old Mykie content will suddenly go to YouTube, your forex tutorials are considered "too open". So where can you cross the line between "mature content" and "creative licensing?" Is it true that man is now manifesting himself? let's just say no, the Mykie channel is dedicated to makeup tutorials - there's nothing wrong with that, other makeup channels haven't had such a negative impact, Mikey deserves credit for your talent, and that's why. Your relationship. Starting with each Crown set video, with a Russian accent: "Hi, Zombies!" This is a great example of Mike's unpretentious nature being your true self. She also has a delicious Alaska CLI waterfront called Ripley (if you see "pun intended" you will get a really good idea of what I am taking). Ripley is as theatrical as her mother-dog, and very loud in Mykie-Videos. Mikey also talks openly about his personal health and fitness journey and has recently challenged himself to join a gym and use a personal trainer. What is your ultimate goal? Be stronger and feel better. She also wants to have tons of muscle and tries to contradict the pre-conceived notion that one cannot be "feminine" and "beautiful" to have muscle. Mykie also understands that a career in makeup, especially FX, is expensive. She honestly seeks to offer her audience tangible and effective alternatives to inspire success and more creativity. She is also a social media icon: her tweets are pure fire. The story of Disney glamor and Princess of the mountains. This series was one of the first to bring Mickey to Internet fame, and is one of my personal favorites. This series is absolutely reasonable. She does lessons with the original Disney princesses we know and love, and creates bloody alternatives. For example, there is a "fascinating" mermaid, a "suffocated" Rapunzel and a smashed "Cinderella." Lip Challenge "Among the other insane issues on the Internet, such as Chanenge Mannequin, Chanelnge Cinnamon and Harlem Shake, the Kylie Jenner Challenge is perhaps one of the most well-known. What is the main idea of this video? Satire. She is the winner of the 2015 NYX Face Awards. If you want to try Mykie talent, look no further than your video app! Recorded in dummy style, Mickey captures a nasty paranormal creature. Awesome and intriguing, Mykie is open to your creative process and offers beautiful editing videos to show off your featured exterior. Tinder takes my makeup. To jump on the trend bar, Mickey asks her unsuspecting prospect Tinder random questions that correlate with a certain makeup. Composed of a trilogy, your humor is hilarious. It also means that you agree with your good friend's brother ... conceding! She is launching her own line of wigs from Bellamy! Keep up the wigs, because there's nothing better than supporting #GirlBoss, celebrate entrepreneurship. Mike enjoys lifelong wigs that not only make you shine through your personal creativity, but also complement your look. In the recently released video for September. 30, 2018, Mykie has announced the launch of its line of wigs: a very personal and unique cosmetic collaboration, unlike any other. The line consists of three wigs: a long silvery-bright wig called "Reagan" in honor of the exorcist girl; Rose Gold / Pink forehead called "Claris", hthere is a future detective in the silence of the lambs; and a theatrically long wig, known as "Carrie," consisting of blood-red curls and dark roots. Mykie promises quality and satisfaction at $ 100. Glam and Gore x Bellamy kicked off in October. 15, 2018 - It's Halloween Time!
I got invited to a private basement presentation, presenting how KUVERA FOREX works
So the other day a friend of friend messaged me if i want to make money... i txted him multiple times replaying normaly without showing any sus... (im trying to keep this short very short) he asked me "come over to my basement i will show you a thing you will make money with" i flaked on him twice and he came back to me 3rd time texting to go to his place, so i decided to give it a shot and go there poor people dont know im an expert lol. there were 4 other kids ranging 18-22 years old something like that... invited just like me i am assuming (victims)... one of them i felt bad for him he was a new comer immigrant or something. and a quick info this is happening in Canada, Ontario, Toronto try to stay away. So the host is a friend of friend and i dont know anyone else in the room. So the host turned laptop and TV with scuffed setup and launched his presentation slides and was having trouble maximising it, I offered him help that i know in computers and shit (im actually a programmer). Went on his laptop and with quick glance on his tabs and other browsers i noticed coinbase and other crypto websites open. I maximised the window for him to start the scuffed presentation. Another guy started talking and said my name is Rakan or some shit cant remember, and suddenly he was the presenter and the host was just hosting the place and that ticked another point in my head as fishy thing to do(why would u host it in someone else's place, i felt like the host is a victim too). so he started talking about how he is making money and shit and all about Kuvera forex. He never made sense to me and i was looking at everyone else's face and feeling bad for them cuz they were impressed and kids were probly desperately looking for a way to make money. I sat there and kept acting like dumb and good listener and then left the place at the end. Everything about it was fishy and the presentation did not show anything as product it was just saying register and make money bla bla bla, and it felt like ponzi pyramid or something else similar idk, all they wanted was people to register and buy the subscription which is affiliate points for them probly bcuz they were begging pretty much. all i wanna do is smash this dude's face that was talking and presenting it. He was Saudi Arabian / Palestinian which is multiplying the fishiness lmao
I got invited to a private basement presentation, explaining how KUVERA FOREX works
So the other day a friend of friend messaged me if i want to make money... i txted him multiple times replaying normaly without showing any sus... (im trying to keep this short very short) he asked me "come over to my basement i will show you a thing you will make money with" i flaked on him twice and he came back to me 3rd time texting to go to his place, so i decided to give it a shot and go there poor people dont know im an expert lol. there were 4 other kids ranging 18-22 years old something like that... invited just like me i am assuming (victims)... one of them i felt bad for him he was a new comer immigrant or something. and a quick info this is happening in Canada, Ontario, Toronto try to stay away. So the host is a friend of friend and i dont know anyone else in the room. So the host turned laptop and TV with scuffed setup and launched his presentation slides and was having trouble maximising it, I offered him help that i know in computers and shit (im actually a programmer). Went on his laptop and with quick glance on his tabs and other browsers i noticed coinbase and other crypto websites open. I maximised the window for him to start the scuffed presentation. Another guy started talking and said my name is Rakan or some shit cant remember, and suddenly he was the presenter and the host was just hosting the place and that ticked another point in my head as fishy thing to do(why would u host it in someone else's place, i felt like the host is a victim too). so he started talking about how he is making money and shit and all about Kuvera forex. He never made sense to me and i was looking at everyone else's face and feeling bad for them cuz they were impressed and kids were probly desperately looking for a way to make money. I sat there and kept acting like dumb and good listener and then left the place at the end. Everything about it was fishy and the presentation did not show anything as product it was just saying register and make money bla bla bla, and it felt like ponzi pyramid or something else similar idk, all they wanted was people to register and buy the subscription which is affiliate points for them probly bcuz they were begging pretty much. all i wanna do is smash this dude's face that was talking and presenting it. He was Saudi Arabian / Palestinian which is multiplying the fishiness lmao prove me wrong They are inviting me again to more of these presentation, and if i find anyone in toronto that wants tocome with me we can talk and meet and go there and record a video or something hidden. BTW: english is not my native language and i was trying to make this post real quick and without wasting more time, hit me up and ill give you my phone number and we will try to go in this presentation and do something wether blackmail them or idk lets talk about it
I see it often said that money managers are all a scam and the best thing a smart person can do to get a good return is to trade for themselves. I have multiples years history running money management services in Forex, I disagree. As usual, I propose the best way to test this is with results. Anyone thinking this statement about money managers it true, I invite you to post a years charted history of your trades that you think beats my professional traders track records over a year. I am fairly confident the worst performing of my professional traders will smash it on all important metrics. Let's find out. Let's not assume. Who's in?
An analysis of the Japanese Yen, and key drivers of currency.
I've been seeing interesting moves in the macroeconomic markets, especially when it comes to Japan. They're a fun case study, read up on abenomics, their NIRP, aging population, etc...there's a deep rabbit hole you can get in when it comes to global markets. I've heard people bitching about the currency market not making sense after Japan adopts NIRP yet the Yen is appreciating. Boo fucking hoo. Interest rates aren't the only driver of currency. In order to understand what's going on with the Yen, you should be paying attention to a few things: a. monetary policy: typically higher interest rates means currency appreciation. More printing means depreciation. b. trade balance: more demand (i.e. increasing positive net exports) means currency appreciation. Japanese net exports have been on a sharp rise since 2014 shifting from a net negative to net positive exporter. c. GDP: there a positive correlation between rising GDP and currency appreciation. As aggregate demand goes up, currencies rise. If you know anything about economics, I just said the same thing twice. Japanese GDP has seen many ups and downs since the mid-90s amid growing global GDP, but generally flat. d. debt: this really comes into play when a country is neck deep in shit and defaults on their bonds. Not a huge influence for developed countries IMO. It should be pointed out that Japan has a very high debt-to-gdp ratio.Holy fuck batman 229%? e. other countries: what's happening with inflation? Let's take the U.S. for example. The fed believes that gradual rate hikes will be prudent. This, as we know, should cause the USD to appreciate, holding all else equal. One effect rising interest rates creates is that it will result in higher inflation. Now, this is where I get to the relationship between inflation and currency. If international inflation is high relative to domestic inflation, this will have an appreciating influence on domestic interest exchange rates. Among other factors, this is because goods in Japan are cheaper relative to goods in the USA. If the USA and Japan were the only two countries in the world, if the US is creating a rise in inflation, and Japan is creating a drop in inflation , this means, holding everything equal, the Yen appreciates. While simplistic, it helps illustrate a very complex relationship. There are many countries in the world, with different rates of inflation. I think a lot of countries can be treated as "noise" when trading pairs or inferring moves in equity markets from implications in the forex market. Key currencies are the USD, Yen, EUR, GBP, China, etc. When I model currencies, I look at the size of an economy as well. So inflation in the USA and China (which are both rising) will have a greater influence than in South Africa, for example. So how do you YOLO this shit? First of all, I'm not going to tell you what to buy or sell. That's up to you. But consider this. Knowing what you know now, before making a trade decision, think to yourself: how do moves in the ForEx market influence equities, bonds, etc.? What do you think Abe will do next? What about the rest of the world? What are the big banks and market makers doing? Here's a chart of the USD/YEN with some key fib levels at a Q311 low to a Q116 high. Once you formulate a good hypothesis go ahead and smash that buy/sell button.
Trade direct on the forex market with leverage (very risky if you're a retard who doesn't know what they are doing). Great way to lose more than what you invested, but also a great way to earn handsome returns, so I would consider it /wsb appropriate. Bonus points if you can get over 200x leverage.
Leveraged ETFs: JPNL (3x equities bull), JPNS (3x equities bear), JGBT (3x gvt. bond bull), JGBD (3x gvt. bond bear) - these aren't very liquid. Bonds have lower movement I wouldn't consider them as rewarding as the first two if you're day trading.
AIRBUS FLIES OUT 400 AIRCRAFTS FOR SMASHING $40 BILLION The French should be amazed by Indigo’s order of 400 aircrafts, coming as an early Christmas present for investors in addition to Emirates’ order of another 40 “double-deckers”, for $15.1 billion, which was already in place at the Dubai Airshow earlier. None of the companies have commented on the matter so far, but a good trader buys on gossip and sells on the news. SOROS SELLS HIS SOCIAL MEDIA STOCKS The Hungarian investor is selling his Twitter, Snapchat, and Facebook shares, along with his investments of tech leaders Google and Apple. As he fell out of favor earlier this year, thanks to his comments opposing Trump and his surroundings, and the Dutch scandals from years ago which caught up on him in May, he has given most of his wealth away in October, and now getting rid of his stocks. In the meantime, he loaded some General Electric, General Motors, and Oracle on board, as quarterly filing shows with the Security and Exchange Commission. THE CENTRAL BANKS COMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE The meeting between the major federal banks’ leaders, Yellen, Kuroda, Draghi, and Carney is still on, but do they have have a lot to discuss? Their main subjects are monetary policies effectiveness, transparency, accountability, and information clarity both domestically, and internationally. For more details click here: https://www.gtc.news/single-post/FBCC1115EN FX WORLD Japan’s GDP grows for seven straight quarters and the US tax bill is in play on the forex market. Spicing it with the British Brexit issues, here’s what could be ahead of us today: The EURUSD finally broke above 1.17, finding buyers, most likely as an outcome of the US tax reform. As it looks today, the pair is heading to the 1.20, or even 1.21 levels. The still ranging GBPUSD stayed above 1.30 and the continued uptrend is moving slightly higher to 1.315, as UK has its issues both domestically and in Europe. Eventually, we are looking to close the Brexit gap to 1.365, because the negotiations are not going well for the Brits. The USDJPY keeps going nowhere, the suggested momentum trading is still profitable. 113 is still strong, but the pair has a downtrend which could let it drop to 112. There is no interest of selling until the 112 level is not broken, most probably it will not, but will move higher to 115, and on a longer term to 118.The USDJPY pulled back slightly and as 113 kept it up, the pair rallied a bit. The downtrend now is 112.5 and it seems that finally will break out and head to 114.5. In the mean time momentum trading is possible, thanks to its back&forth move.The USDJPY dropped some on Friday, found support on the 113 level. It formed a hammer but the market will continue going sideways in general. It is trying to build up a bullish pressure to go higher to 115, but it is a longer term possibility.The USDJPY rolled over on yesterday’s trading session, with 113 still being significant support. The pair is looking for a candle, showing that it is time to buy, which will send it higher. So far it's still an add-on market, but it depends on interest rate news to strengthen the dollar. Check our website for more information:https://www.gtc.news/single-post/DTH319EN
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