Better get the a/c installed

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It’s a holiday here in Quebec today and, man, do I wish I had taken it. My indoor thermometer just crested 30-degrees (86-fahrenheit for my US friends). Nevermind that the market is a pressure-cooker today.

Disclaimer: Any posts after this point may be influenced by heatstroke.

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  1. 33 chez moi Monsieur Adam. 30 avec la climatisation :)

  2. Hard to think in this heat.

  3. Je pens bien que oui, mon ami. In fact I tested an EA of mine called “reversal catcher ” on Mini S&P: it entered at 1559.75, s/l 1552, t/p 1578 … not bad indeed. The ratio 1.4 is goof for scalping in this way.

  4. Canadian girls are so cute that you should be thankful for every summer day that gives them the occasion to wear something “refreshing”… unless you’re married and your wife is reading your post, ofc…

  5. You make a good point

  6. @Mr Sevy: :) You should see French girls! But then I couldn’t work with such female presence around, and no work -> no gain -> no money. With such a narrow volatility you have to pay real attention to market moves if you want to make pips.

  7. here it was 48c in Pakistan today :(

  8. Oh snap. I would melt at 48-degrees. I don’t think I’ve ever felt 40-degrees.

  9. on the other hand, i haven’t felt minus 40 degrees :D

  10. you wanna feel 40 degrees? be my guest, literally :D


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