Cheers, yes your right the old cold/flu virus definition Its bacterial, I'm just not accustomed to dubbing a 104 F temperature a 'cold'. I'm Irish and moved to Colombia from Bath so I know exactly what you mean. I have to start this today:
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"TERMINDOL" !? I used to help run a charity pediatric hospice in Asia and we would not have had a drug with such a worrying name lying about.. sounds like it should be stocked next to Euthanol at the vets! Its just a Colombian pharma generic re-brand but not ideal in English, words & terms again
Back on subject, yes I won't say liquidity is not a problem, if there are big holes in a tick/volume/minute etc chart, go higher and re-plan, always only trade when its trade-able etc. I want my new guy to experience respectable slippage anyway as for me he will be trading 10-50 lots on the ES etc. in due time. Knowing how to work with slippage is a skill worth learning early. I just wish he could decide between being named 'Egore' or 'Igore'
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Known as "Nimesulide" over here; similar to ibuprofen (Nurofen) and diclofenac (Voltarol) but perhaps a better anti-pyretic, which you'd want, with a temperature of 104F (known as "40C", over here). Good luck - keep cool!
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Reserve Bank of India has given indian exchanges from 10.12.15 permission to offer EUR/USD,GBP/USD and USD/JPY futures with contract size 1000(EUR,GBP and USD) And for sure the liquidity will be much higher on indian exchanges then on CME by M6E . But we cant trade only Qualified Foreign Investors
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