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Major Reset of Currencies Worldwide Happening Now

Hi everyone, Nick here, and as you can probably tell, there have been a number of currencies that have, since November, gone through significant changes. Venezuela plans to pull their 100 Bs.F (Bolivar) banknotes, which represents 46% of their circulating currency. 6 more words

Global Currency Reset

Diversity and my Soapbox

Friday December 9th, 2016: My first Shabbat dinner

Today Maddie and I went shopping with Anat. We went to Camberwell but first we stopped at a cafe for a coffee and a light snack. 811 more words

Australia

Aussie/Kiwi Spread: Rollover and Prepare to Add More

Exit Christmas Contracts

The IMC blog entered a long position in the December Australian dollar/New Zealand dollar spread at 3.42 cents (premium Aussie) on September 22nd.  375 more words

Spread Trade

Loneliness

Robinson Crusoe was marooned for years on a tropical island. At first he succumbs to despair, but later he starts to make things easier for himself, at first rescuing goods from the shipwreck which is fortunately accessible at least for a while on a reef. 1,125 more words

Philosophy

1 Play in 1 of 2 Ways for Aussie

I’m already in this trade short from a previous level hit.  I’m considering stacking in pending how it reacts over the next week or two.  The Aussie/Dollar (AUDUSD) has been in a rising channel for the last few months, recent making it’s 5, and possibly final touch.   195 more words

Trading

Currency exchange tips

I was – naively – of the view that in Europe we would be using the Euro as our main form of currency. Already we have noticed that while the Euro is able to be used pretty much anywhere, it holds a similar status to the US Dollar – in that it is accepted, however the “exchange rate” when using the Euro versus the local currency does not make our AUD go as far as we would like. 521 more words

Travel Preparation

10 Nov 2016 (AFR) - Australian dollar plunges as Trump wins

(10 November 2016, AFR, p19, by Jessica Sier)

‘The Australian dollar plunged almost two cents on Wednesday, radically reversing a morning surge to a six-month high, as Donald Trump scored an unlikely victory in the US presidential election. 44 more words

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