The CFTC may be changing the rules for retail traders in the US. This affects many of us in a negative way and we need your help getting our voices heard.
Andrei says: "I am not opposed to regulation nor regulatory agencies. But that regulation needs to be fair, transparent, and open to public input. Otherwise it becomes corrupt and self-serving. Sure high leverage can get you into trouble if used thoughtlessly. Sure hedging when not done properly turns one loss into two. But I believe the cure is EDUCATION, not restricting what people can and cannot do with their investment decisions. Guide, don’t dominate – government was invented to protect people and their property, not to limit their potential.
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I think this is a very important matter that affects us all, and we should try our hardest to ensure that things will be done for the best of the trading community.
The trend stayed up the entire day.
Today I only looked for long trades.
News events to watch for today :
- 4:30am EST– UK Consumer Price Index
- 8:30am EST– US Empire Manufacturing
- 9:00am EST– US Total Net TIC Flows
The entry was at the close of the candle at 1.5674 with a stop at the most recent swing low at 1.5626. Since I was 26 pips away from the nearest 50 or 00 level, I decided to put my initial target at 1.5700.
Entry: Long at 1.5674 Stop: 1.5626 Target: 1.5700
11:15am EST– My target was hit. Price didn’t make a clean break so I took my final profit. I exited at 1.5699.
Trade Result: +25 pips (NOT INCLUDING SPREAD) R-Multiple: 0.52
News events to watch for tomorrow:
- 4:30am EST- UK Bank of England Meeting Minutes
- 8:30am EST– US Building Permits
- 9:15am EST– US Industrial Production
- 2:00pm EST– US Federal Open Market Committee Meeting Minutes