WTF, the guy goes short the EUR when Draghi announces no change. ????
We knew about the possible rate cuts in advance so noone was buying the EUR prior the meeting (the whole week!) and when he announced "no change" everyone who was afraid to buy, bought it immediately. It happened quite a few times.
So no wonder why he closed his short 2 minutes after entry. LUCK BASTARD IT WAS A LONG SIDE TRADE F###ING IDIOT
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I watched this series and it was good, for comic relief if nothing else. The stay at home mom was my favorite but the antiques guy was also pretty funny. I am being mean, sorry. These guys simply serve as a reminder of how disillusioned the majority of people are when it comes to trading, even those that call themselves "traders".
I did enjoy the professional side with the fund managers.
I wish they would do a series that focused only on hedge fund managers.
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