What is gbp? Gold?
Nah. I saw this term use on tv in an nba game before aka that dude weight a buck 75. Or another example I just got a ticket for a buck 50.
where i'm from, we like to use slang...a buck 75 mean 175. aka....that dude weight a buck 75.
A buck 75 = $175
badabah bah...i'm lovin' it. i traded on td this morning...made a buck 75 and didn't have to make commission.
got my signal to short the market.
i got td....i'm gonna save myself ten...
when you don't understand something, it is funky. but when you do, it is easy as pie. lol.
anyway, my point was if i were trade gold like a stock. i set my stop loss and if it hits my stop loss, that mean i'm wrong. and move on to my...
i know nothing about future. so i'm definitely staying out of this conversation.
oh, you trade option/contract. i know very little about option. so i'm going to stay out of this conversation.
don't know what you are looking at, but it is 1496 at 4 pm est for me.
So gold right now is 1496 as of 3:39 pm est. So what did you learn from this trade?
did you have a stop loss in place?
so you trade gold based on news and no TA/chart being used?
U made $2?
long on utilities stocks.
Whoever short it from the double top is a winner today.
i tried to learn options before...and i came to realize options is not for me. i don't want to learn or trade option....lol. for now, it is...
just curious how you guys are trading futures. are you using buying/selling contract aka option? is that correct?
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