Do you realize there is 9 years' worth of archived charts & information, intermarket analysis & previews/reviews on this website? (This is a website not a blog). Do you want to know how markets moved during the 2008 crises? How did EUR and JPY do during the Spain, Irish or Greek debt crisis in 2010/2011? How did sterling act ahead and after the Scottish Independence referendum, Brexit referendum? Or, What the USD did on that China devaluation of August 2015? No other website gives access to sizable amount of info/analysis in such organised manner from one year to another. You can use the calendar function in the archives section here or here and learn via practical & empirical evidence.
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