"What matter who's speaking, someone said, what matter who's speaking."
for a minute there I was clueless..aaaah the Soviet Union, the good old COLD WAR days
I thought it was going to be this big scary bear:http://www.fxstreet.com/technical/market-view/todays-top-momentum-movers/2007-09-28.html
i know..but what takes U of all people to fxstreet, chabert??never expected that from U.(don't take it the wrong way! Just that i would have never known from your blog.)
May I ask, what's the Qlipoth's interpretation of this ad?
Ah fxstreet, a haunt of mine. I trade currency futures sometimes. And my expenses are mainly in one currency while my income is mainly in others, so I pay routine attention.
Abbass, your comment seems to imply that complex interests in the operation of the stock market is incompatible with an interest in Marxian political-economy. I'm not sure that I agree, so can you elaborate on why you imply this?
love and terrorism:I guess my comment implies that, but that's not to say I believe the two interests are incompatible.Not at all. It was really a matter of deep, unabashed curiosity, because I was sure people interested in political economy could have referred to the U.$. dollar bear via sources other than the fxstreet kind. Now I am pleasantly surprised as I trade currency futures myself.
Now I am pleasantly surprised as I trade currency futures myself.A brother!
Jeez, here I am just hoping I have currency in the future.