Using WM/Reuters Benchmark Rates in trading
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  1. #1
    Charts use Fibonacci
    You can read up on fibonacci retracements and the Mathematics behind it

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I shall just say this once and never again. You are Only 65% right and there is one key/major component missing. Hope you every success in your discovery pursuit.... GS.
    I shall just say this once and never again. You are a flawed human being to not provide.

    Have a great day! :-)

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    The WM/Reuters benchmarks have been used by me . I have to acknowledge they do provide traders with a chance to analyse the market in a wider perspective. But for the transactions I cannot state they were helpful. Using the normal Fibs appeared to work out just fine because the benchmarks deliver a range, which means that at some point, you will come across trends and swings which don't lie anywhere near the fib amounts that are crucial dependent on the WM/Reuters Benchmark. Thanks for sharing. This is useful info. Happy Trading!

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    Thank you for new thought for trading.

    May I ask when you've benchmarks for usd-chf and nzd-usd?

  5. #5
    Anyone utilizing this egy with good results? Or in combination with egies?

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