Unlike the majority of the people currently debating the merits or risks of a confrontation in the Korean peninsula I actually have spent a bit of time in the region (Seoul and the surrounding countryside). Thus I have had the opportunity to develop a basic understanding of the country, its amazing people and culture, its industry, and the geo-political situation in the region.
Draghi is busy kicking the Euro all over the place right now and posting setups in a volatile situation prior to the open isn’t exactly my favorite pastime. Plus I’m currently considering seppuku as I’m watching my favorable exchange rate slowly swirl the big forex toilet bowl.
I leave it up to you to decide whether its due to sheer luck or perhaps skill but we actually seem to be accumulating pretty decent exposure and there’s more waiting in the bullpen (see below). It has always been my opinion that the true skill of a trader reveals itself not by what he/she does during the easy times but by how he/she operates during those nerve wrecking periods when things tend to get messy. And to be clear – this doesn’t necessarily mean a necessity to take action or to attempt to ‘beat the market’ at its own game – which obviously none of us will ever be able to do.
I was recently encouraged by a reader to move my entire domain to SSL which was something I had been planning for a quite a while but kept forgetting due to my ever growing workload. However then Google suddenly sends me a notification yesterday which stated that any pages with password fields served via HTTP are going to flag a warning, starting… and get this: January 1st, 2017. Well, thanks a lot Google for the timely reminder!