Time for some Friday tunes

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I will have some charts, data and the CFTC numbers later but the market looks to be slowing down so it’s time for some music.

(I promise that’s the last 80s song for awhile).

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  1. No need to promise, Adam. Whatever you choose is fine. Your choices are always tres cool! Thanks a lot.

  2. Thanks for the vote of confidence. Sometimes it’s tough to pick a song than a trade!

  3. Love the 80’s stuff. Keep them coming. How about a 70’s one by The Three Degrees for Jamie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6fVDAjs9f0

  4. Nothing goes up in a straight line. We could retrace back to EURUSD 3500 before making another push up. I expect a trading range of 3500 to 3700 for a few days.

  5. You know, Adam, when I think about Canada I always remember my uncle who went in Canada in ’65 in search for a job, just a few months before my birth… He lived in Montreal in Dollard des Ormeaux area and he was a big fan of cars and motors; we’d spent a lot of time talking that stuff. He was always telling me to come there and visit Canada but I never could do it for a reason or another… Now he is dead and I miss him… I like Rod Stewart and its older stuff, even when he went disco. I’m a big fan of Rush and Triumph (where is Rick Hammett now?)… Have a nice weekend.

  6. Thanks for that story Alex. We have lots of Italians in Montreal, you would certainly have a great time in Montreal. And I would certainly love to visit Italy.


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