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cesaraugusto

Member Since Dec 19, 2016  4 posts cesaraugusto Dec 21 2016 at 08:07
Hi, I asked this before but I didn´t saw my topic listed...
I´m new at this and I´ve been practicing in a demo account for over a month now.
I´d like to know if its better to start with certain pairs that may help understand the market better?
Maybe it´s a stupid question but also maybe not... lol

Thanks to everyone in advance.

CrazyTrader

Member Since Nov 21, 2011  1630 posts CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader) Dec 21 2016 at 16:00
Keep practising, experience will answer your question.
A pair might suits you for a while... and then not anymore.
They are alive and changing.

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CGS_Forex

Member Since Nov 04, 2014  12 posts Jordan (CGS_Forex) Dec 21 2016 at 21:15
Helpful video on which pairs to trade,

Jn 13:34-35
rob559

Member Since Feb 11, 2011  1856 posts rob559 Dec 22 2016 at 07:24
cesaraugusto posted:
Hi, I asked this before but I didn´t saw my topic listed...
I´m new at this and I´ve been practicing in a demo account for over a month now.
I´d like to know if its better to start with certain pairs that may help understand the market better?
Maybe it´s a stupid question but also maybe not... lol

Thanks to everyone in advance.


baybypips.com you must go there,stop bothering people cause you are too lazy to learn

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cesaraugusto

Member Since Dec 19, 2016  4 posts cesaraugusto Dec 22 2016 at 07:24
Thanks CrazyTrader, sounds very wise.

leopoldo

Member Since Dec 17, 2015  41 posts Mario (leopoldo) Dec 25 2016 at 07:49
cesaraugusto posted:
I´d like to know if its better to start with certain pairs that may help understand the market better?


You cannot just understand the market better in general. Each pair is a separate market. So many factors involved with the selection of proper pairs to trade. Spend enough time on learning the basics first. As rob559 said - Babypips is a good place to go! Good luck!

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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  777 posts mlawson71 Dec 25 2016 at 12:04
I don’t think there’s such a thing as universal best pairs to start. The pairs that are best for you as an individual, depending on your needs as a trader, are a different matter. For example, at what time do you trade (i.e. during which session?). Do you prefer to trade range or trend? And so on and so forth.

AnneB

Member Since Dec 23, 2016  10 posts AnneB Dec 27 2016 at 07:36
There's no such a perfect pair for the first time you trade in Forex, however, it will always depend on what will be the best pair if you get to be updated with the news. I read the blog, and it is very helpful. You can check this one: http://itrader-reviews.com/ for reference. Recently, I just pair USD/EUR and I am feeling great with it.

NEEnah

Member Since Mar 25, 2015  71 posts Nina (NEEnah) Dec 27 2016 at 12:08
AnneB posted:
There's no such a perfect pair for the first time you trade in Forex, however, it will always depend on what will be the best pair if you get to be updated with the news. I read the blog, and it is very helpful. You can check this one: http://itrader-reviews.com/ for reference. Recently, I just pair USD/EUR and I am feeling great with it.


I checked the link and I didn't see any clear reference to what you are saying. Maybe not necessary to post links like that referring to a brokerage website.

NEEnah

Member Since Mar 25, 2015  71 posts Nina (NEEnah) Dec 27 2016 at 12:08
@cesaraugusto Start with EURUSD but trade outside major news, study the charts and read a lot to understand this market and the factors that affect it. You will grow your investment as you go.

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