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kennen

Member Since Feb 23, 2011  16 posts David (kennen) Mar 15 2012 at 22:10
Before opening an order, a trader should have margins of the broker.

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SCManagement

Member Since Mar 06, 2012  17 posts Smart Capital Management GmbH (SCManagement) Mar 16 2012 at 11:47
brokers have many more ways to make clients loose their money, e.g. slippage, stop-hunting, delayed order execution,... then they don't have the problem of not paying profits because traders will have less chances to make a profit at all.

money-management with a win-win
protectedfunds

Member Since Mar 10, 2012  3 posts protectedfunds Mar 16 2012 at 15:23

   SCManagement posted:
   ..............................slippage, stop-hunting, delayed order execution,... ..................................

Even this can not ruin you, only eat some of your profit, if you know how to trade on the Forex market, because its different from the other markets. And if you see that the broker is cheating you, you can change it.

sonixh

Member Since Dec 30, 2010  1 posts sonixh Mar 19 2012 at 20:04
Hi CBrider!
There is an interest calculator on PerfectoFX's site. When you'll put period from 1 jan 2012 to march 2012 you'll get some interesting... Profit: -1.58% ! By the way, PerfectoFX is an offshore company which is registered by NZ Laws.

Sorry for my english :)
sonixh

CBrider

Member Since Feb 08, 2012  15 posts CBrider Mar 20 2012 at 11:28

   SCManagement posted:
   ...acutally, dukas says to be an ecn/stp-broker and therefore this shouldn't happen. and if it does, involve finma. you are swiss, dukas is swiss and finma is swiss, too...

Indeed, you are true, a good manager with a PAMM at the bad brokerage could also lead to disaster. But Dukascopy is a trusted and good brokerage.

Hi sonixh, you do not even need to use the calculator to see that negative result of 2012 so far, it's indicated on the chart as well, so I do not consider it being 'interesting' at all. Btw, I have got the other, the Perfecto Premium account, which did not lose that much in February to turn its positive results into negative and stands on +3,33% this year so far (my account is in +7,9% right now). Anyways, an investment like this isn't just for 2 or 3 months, I would not be scared if they'd go -10-20% either, c'mon, this is Forex you remember. :D

Cheers, Chris

henrygothie

Member Since Apr 01, 2011  12 posts henrygothie Apr 02 2012 at 16:45
need a 20% per month, consistently?

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