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Bignasty51

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How plausible is following presidential trends (personal background/agenda) as to market swings in that sector? i.e. Bush(oil) Clinton(housing) Obama(pharmaceuticals)

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I'm not sure myself, but I'd recommend joining a trading room or such, in them you can get your questions answered in real time... Like the flowshark one, it's free, and thats good enough for me! lol

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Very interesting question. Personally, I believe market swings in those sectors are influenced by other factors, not only the presidents' background or agenda. Having said that, it may be worth regressing the data for a firm conclusion. 

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Every Forex Traders always wants to make a continuous profit from Forex Trading. But there is NO way a trader or a investor can get continuous profit from any of the investment avenues.

 

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