Welcome to another live session. In today's live session we went over the recent developments in Brexit, how our current trades are doing and the possible trades we can take later in the week. On Monday the House of Commons speaker rejected Boris Johnson's appeal for another Brexit vote. This has caused a major roadblock in Johnson's plan to have the U.K leave the bloc on October 31st. Monday's vote has left GBPUSD unfazed, and is half way on it's way to our 1.31500 target. Last week we took a handful of trades, all of which have either hit our final take profit or are in deep profits. Some of these trades are EURNZD, EURAUD and AUDJPY just to name a few. We will let these trades play out, while awaiting for price action to indicate entry on possible setups for USDJPY and EURCHF. Due to holding trades from last week, we are already starting this week in profit. The economic calendar for this week is fairly clear except for Thursday, where we have a slew of European fundamental releases. Therefore, we should have ideal trading conditions and a great week ahead of us. I will see you all tomorrow for another live trading session.