Indeed, it's pretty simple.........no volatility, no opportunity to make money.[Thread drift]. I went to a an SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) meeting in Geneva in which the main speaker was an O&G senior trader. He said that he monitored his junior traders for those who made no losses. His rationale was that they were unwilling to take risks and, therefore, less likely to be successful traders.
I suppose he'd be the type who loves uncertainty.
If you're referring to those who support risk takers (IT sales etc), then very likely the case.I disagree. Lots of very nervous people at the moment
That's the thing......."rollercoaster rides" aren't necessarily unwelcome.Fair point, what happens next could well be an unwelcome rollercoaster ride.
I know. Well done.The referendum may have been technically advisory but as the government stated the result would be honoured it took that advice and considered it an instruction. Parliament voted to invoke A50 which then became law. From that point on the referendum became history, over, done and dusted. Advisory or not it's now irrelevant. You can bleat on all you like about it being advisory, it won't make any difference to what happened afterwards.
I suspect you will be surprised by what he does now he has his prize. Johnson is a rather liberal One Nation Tory.Why would he even try ?
Has it sunk in yet that a WA is not a legal requirement in order to leave the EU ?
It is a nice to have, nothing more, nothing less.
You mistake me for someone else.I suspect you will be surprised by what he does now he has his prize.
That one Nation being the UK, not one Nation being EU Superstate.Johnson is a rather liberal One Nation Tory.
IndeedIf you're referring to those who support risk takers (IT sales etc), then very likely the case.
If you're referring to actual risk takers (i.e. the trader on the desk taking decisions), then it's not the case. Traders position themselves according to view and risk appetite.