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    Are you trading or going for holiday? !!!

    It's the holiday season and most people are likely to be enjoying themselves along the coasts of Seychelles or in some nice holiday resort. I also plan to take some time off the charts - too much looking at the charts made Jack blind?

    What's up for your holiday?

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    Moderator Kolyo's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Jas_trader View Post
    It's the holiday season and most people are likely to be enjoying themselves along the coasts of Seychelles or in some nice holiday resort. I also plan to take some time off the charts - too much looking at the charts made Jack blind?

    What's up for your holiday?
    Hi Jas

    The holiday is coming and it’s the best time for all the active traders to take a short rest and to recreate and spend time for other activities. I had also a full year following the markets almost every single trading day and I am planning to have few days refresh in the mountains during the holidays. I couldn’t remember where you were from but here is a pretty nice winter, sunny and cold with snow in the mountains almost perfect conditions for hiking trips, which I adore. So that’s my plan for the Christmas and New Year Holidays. What’s yours?

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    Master Member SeasaltMcFish's Avatar
    Here it's just storm and rain....

    Think I'm going out with my metal detector instead of fishing...

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    Solid Member DeborahB's Avatar
    I'm thinking about working to get overtime. Only because my family is not getting together until the Saturday after Christmas. I have a demo account with Marketsworld, who sent me an email with the holiday trading hours, which I appreciated.

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    Veteran Member hchandra's Avatar
    Thinking about hanging out with peoples dear for me,
    I'm trading and earning for them, there is no reason to do a thing if in the end I cannot spend my time with them right?
    It's always good to have refreshment so next year ready for another round of work.

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    Master Member SeasaltMcFish's Avatar
    I'm always glad when it's New Year. I don't like Christmas time. It's unhealthy (too much/bad food/drinks and always chaotic).

    However, I do like the oliebollen at New Years eve. Going to bake about 150 or so.

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    Specialist Member marc's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by SeasaltMcFish View Post
    I'm always glad when it's New Year. I don't like Christmas time. It's unhealthy (too much/bad food/drinks and always chaotic).
    THIS! ... sad but true

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    Senior Member dorrian's Avatar
    I don’t like Christmas food too haha Let say I like to not eat that much, but time spend with friends and family but there is no reason to eat so much food in only two-three days

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    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    Trading off course, cant stop doing it..

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    Solid Member DeborahB's Avatar
    SeaSalt...what the heck is oliebollen?

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