Actually, it's "Trading EUR/USD in 'seasonal trends' - specifically." Some say the highs/lows of EUR/USD are really just "seasonal trends" that are predictable, can be exploited and traded, hence... Sept thru Dec 30th 2004 when E/U climbed from the 1.2100s to 1.3665 was simply a "seasonal trend" and that, my my, here we are coming up to Sept again (how time flys)... we should all just sit back, put in our (90% of our account) LONG trade and take another look at it Jan. 2006 - when, we'll put forth the effort to reach forward and click CLOSE TRADE, effectively tripling our account balances. *yawn* ... child's play. Only one problem with that scenario... from the charts I've seen, going back 20 years - I don't think "seasonal trends" exist. Comments?