2012-04-07T19:12:23+0000

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Spain|spain economy

Gerry Davies

9 Comments

  1. Nice digest Gerry – now I have my reason to start digging my place in a graveyard again ;-)

  2. Gerry Why are you ignoring the giant elephant in the room which is that the eur/chf pair is trading dangerously close to 1.20, just 5 pips or so above Do you expect the market to gap lower on open? There is no significant news covering this event and the silence is unnerving. It almost feels like something major is about to happen to this pair. Whats ur opnion?

  3. To be honest I don’t think Forexlive shouldn’t post things from ZH. They will be always bearish on markets and always bullish on gold. I like Forexlive because of it’s Independence and own look at the charts. I really hope it stays that way.

  4. I’ll post what I damn well please

  5. Gerry. Good, don’t ever stop! Oh and happy Easter from one of your many fans.

    Adje, you don’t have to read it! Perhaps you should try the Daily Reckoning (just google it) – it’ll be good for your blood pressure…..

  6. ….hahaha….yes, Happy Easter to Everyone from me too, now that I somehow stumbled upon your website, I’m just having a look around…..I’m finding it very informative and also very entertaining!

    And Peter…… LOLZ for offering him to read the DR….that will cheer everyone up!

  7. lol @ Gerry comment :D

  8. @ PeterW, I have been reading many articles on ZH for quite long time but they bring many people on the wrong track. I am not trading fundamentals as Tyler mostly posts on ZH on fundamental analysis. That site is costing people shitload of money and the markets are completely moved by other things as they state on ZH. Very good example is their gold analysis. Last year very close to the top I went bearish on gold while they still pumped it like crazy and they still do. I like Forexlive because of their independence and I just hope Forexlive doesn’t go that way. That’s all I am trying to say. Maybe Tyler Durden is right in many things but you can either be right or rich.

  9. HI. I´ve read the article at ZH. They have not idea what they are talking about. It´s just an addition of topics, without any kind of reference to the country´s idiosyncrasy.

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