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122. Shooting the breeze with Pman

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This week on episode 122 of the Two Blokes Trading podcast:

In Today’s episode, Philip and Peder discuss potential news related market announcements that could potentially create some opportunities to trade this week, followed by an off the cuff chat about a bit of everything in the markets. This week is packed with news!!!!

About Philip Hennigan and Peder Kolstad Solberg

Philip and Peder are both retail traders with several years experience trading all asset classes from equities, Forex and also commodities. Peders approach is through technical analysis and he would be considered a short-term trader with a 1-3 week time horizon on a single position. Philip is a more global macro and event-driven trader who focuses more heavily on fundamental analysis than technical.

Main Topics Discussed:

Philip breaks down this week’s potential market mover within the role of news.

What news is coming out this week

In this weeks news, we have ISM Manufacturing

Keep a close eye on GBP, either way, this could get volatile with the Brexit deal

ISM Prices paid on Monday

Nonfarm payrolls on Friday

Chatting about the 2008 financial crises

Debt level rising

 

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About the author, Philip

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