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    Something to read

    Something interesting to read please post here - newspaper article, any other article, post on other forums and more and more.


    Just something to read: Don't feed the trolls? It's not that simple

    In many online circles, the most common piece of advice is “Don’t feed the troll(s),” which serves as both response to and apology for all kinds of online antagonism.

    Under this logic, trolls are like great white sharks and their target’s reactions like chum: the more you throw, the more worked up the shark will get (and the more likely it is that other sharks will smell the blood in the water and come join the party). Stop throwing chum, and eventually the shark will lose interest and leave.

    Initially, “Don’t feed the trolls” seems like a perfectly reasonable response to nasty online behavior. Despite its cursory appeal, however, the command raises more issues than it solves—and not just because it brings us right back to the problem of definitions.

    First of all, “don’t feed the trolls” frames conversations about aggressive online behaviors solely in terms of the aggressor. Even if a person avoids feeding the trolls (and/or the person accused of trolling), he or she is still playing into the aggressor’s hands. It’s the aggressor’s game and the aggressor’s rules; the target (I prefer “target” over “victim,” since target establishes that a person has been singled out, but doesn’t imply helplessness) is little more than a plaything.

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    How to start with Metatrader 5 : summary







    Big news with MT5 is possibility to use OOP (Object Oriented Programming), specially we have now a Standard Library : great feature !

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    I am suggesting to read this thread: Trading News Events - because every post on the thread is very valuable one.

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    Just something to read as post-factum - US Dollar strength forecasted to take global forex markets into the weekend

    The US dollar (Currency:USD) is the driving force on global markets on Friday afternoon in London. A look at the spot markets shows:

    • The pound to US dollar exchange rate is half a percent in the red at 1.5642 at 14:22 in London.
    • The euro to US dollar exchange rate is 0.47 pct down at 1.3313.
    • The Australian dollar to US dollar exchange rate is 0.24 pct lower at 0.9616.
    • The US dollar to Canadian dollar rate is 0.18 pct higher at 1.0178.

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    Just about Metatrader 5



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    Just something to read during this weekend



    Just something to read during the weekend
    1. Oil price highest since January on Syria concerns


    Oil rose to the highest level since January amid concerns about a possible escalation in Syria's civil war. Benchmark oil for July delivery rose $1.16 to close at $97.85 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Oil finished the week with a gain of $1.82 a barrel, or 1.9 percent.

    Oil's closing price was the highest since Jan. 30. But U.S. stock markets fell following lackluster reports on consumer confidence and industrial production. Among other commodities, gold and silver rose, while the prices for industrial metals dropped.
    Drivers head into the weekend paying around the same for gas as they did a week ago. The national average of $3.625 is about 9 cents higher than at this time last year.
    2. Metals rise broadly; crude oil near high for year


    Gold for August delivery rose $9.80 to $1,387.60 an ounce. Silver for July delivery rose 37.1 cents to $21.954 an ounce. July copper rose 1.65 cents to $3.2015 a pound. July platinum rose 30 cents to $1,447.40 an ounce and September palladium rose 65 cents to $731.70 an ounce.

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    Forbes: Can The World Afford Higher Interest Rates?


    What explains the tumultuous market action of the past week? Put simply, there have been escalating fears that U.S. Federal Reserve will cut back on its US$85bn a month stimulus program. This has led to rising U.S. bond yields over the past month, thereby putting upward pressure on yields around the world.
    Cutting back on QE would mean reducing the printed money that the Fed has been using to buy bonds. That would result in less liquidity, less money in the financial system. The printed money has helped support asset prices, particularly stock and bond markets. Less liquidity would reduce this support.

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    And just to continuing with this subject - from Forbes too : Jeff Gundlach: 3 Reasons Interest Rates Won't Head Much Higher
    Reason #1: Global Growth is Slowing

    Bond rates generally rise when growth is rising, causing inflation expectations to pick up and investors to demand a higher rate of return to compensate.
    Reason #2: Inflation Expectations are falling again

    To see what the market’s future inflation expectations are, traders often look at the 10 year breakeven rate, which subtracts the yield on a 10 year TIPS from the yield on a 10 year Treasury note.
    Reason #3: The Fed is Not Going to Let Interest Rates Rise Much Higher

    One of the biggest reasons the many have turned more optimistic about the US economy is that the housing market, which was at the center of the financial crisis, has started to turn around. One of the primary reasons why is that interest rates on mortgages have been at very low levels, making houses much more affordable for the average buyer.

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    how to use indicators Swami indicators - read this post.

    Some more information from http://www.swamicharts.com/Swami/ :


    SwamiCharts retain the core functionality of the technical indicators you're already familiar with while packing much more information into an easy-to-interpret heatmap chart. With SwamiCharts, you now visualize each indicator over a range of lookback periods to reveal a better view of the indicator's truer meaning in context.
    SwamiCharts provide a better solution because you can now visualize context over a wide range of lookbacks. Trends and cycles emerge more succintly while continuation patterns and reversals become easier to identify.

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