A2A with Greg Mannarino

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With the Brexit vote results just hours away, what a great time to check in with independent trader, Greg Mannarino.

Over the course of this webinar, Greg shares plenty of wisdom. Included are his thoughts on:

  • Brexit and how he's positioned ahead of the news
  • Why and how to take emotion out of your trading
  • His feelings regarding silver and the holding of precious metal
  • The current state of the global financial system
  • His thoughts on crude oil, the mining shares and the best restaurant in Vegas.

It's going to be a long night and a volatile day tomorrow. In preparation, please be sure to give this audio a listen

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boomstick
Jun 24, 2016 - 7:01am

polls vs reality

There is a tendency for polls to overstate support for the socially acceptable position, whenever there is aggressive pressure of the "you must be stupid/racist/sexist/provincial if you disagree" variety. In the US it's called, among other things, the Wilder Effect, after a mediocre governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia who underperformed expectations of an easy victory by winning a squeaker; pollsters explained their miss by blaming the voters for lying to them, as there was reluctance to say "I'm voting against the guy who would be the first black governor in the US", particularly in the former Confederacy.

When the last polls came in so close in favour of Remain, I had a very small hope that the people had a surprise for their would-be masters. I am so happy for them today.

J Siefert
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:53am

I bet...

the Greeks feel a bit stupid now after having had several good chances to exit the EU monster.

Must be feeling a bit greasier than normal.

gazzmann
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:52am

Benque

Brilliant! Can you post the link?

matt_
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:51am

Happy that I was wrong

I never thought votes would be counted fairly. Even today I can't believe it will happen. I'm waiting for the rug to be pulled out somehow.

benque
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:47am

Breaking news!!

Merkel breaks-down in public, as BMW forced to aadmit that the Stukas cannot reach pro-BREXIT enclaves in England. Apparently, rigged fuel consumption numbers led the secret EU Armed Forces to overstate the range and payload capacity of the new Stuka "solidarity-enforcement" dive-bombers.

gazzmann
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:40am

Question

So will Britain have to look for other markets to business in......like China.....like Russia?

benque
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:36am

Wimpy bicycle thugs

with designer helmets and tights mob Boris Johnston's car as he leaves home this AM, to protest his role in BREXIT.

"Faces" of London "traders" on CBC news this AM. Are these the monkeys of which we speak? From the looks on those faces, it may very well be "raining monkeys" in London, later today......and I'm feeling very gleeful, so the shoe is on the other foot, so to speak.

Mickey
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:35am

Futures

there are 77 billion worth of gold futures contracts waiting to be traded or at least a nice chunk of them for a profit. Its Friday, week end. Lots of unanswered questions.if you are an investor just be careful, if you are a trader , well, good luck and watch your stress level especially if you are short even with OPM.

Exter's revenge
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:32am

Elite temper tantrum to punish Britain

Idiot globalists will now attempt to punish Britain. They feel the need to do this so nobody else attempts to leave EU. This shows how insanely stupid the statist vampires are. Punishing Britain will accelerate market turmoil. It will hurt the world economy that is already weakening. The weakening world economy will destroy the market manipulators.

Got gold???

OOOBuck
Jun 24, 2016 - 6:31am

Congratulations are in order this day

to all our Brit brothers (and sisters). It's a new day in Britain to be sure.

It surprised hell out of me the Cameron resigned. Perhaps this really does mean that Brexit will be successful acted upon. If so, a new day dawned in Europe. Wakie Wakie!!

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