Posts by Captn_Calico
FXOpen In Brokers Feb 17 2011 at 02:24
[quote]berus posted: [quote]susan88 posted: 1 Hour Test on DEMO acc .............hmmmmm, Interesting.......[roll] [/quote] Yes was only 1 hour .. I never see a broker sccam o not scam with a so bad demo .. Normally it is obvious that the performance demo servers are better than real .. However the question isn' t the time. FXOpen is probably the most honest and looks just as it is in reality ...In this way I could quickly decide that certainly do not want a broker that in 3 -4 hours refused market orders for 15-20 minutes. Susan I'm sure for your trading FXOpen it's ok. To......
As you may or may not have noticed, most brokers are leaving US clients behind because of this Financial Reform Bill now being discussed in congress. It basically limits what choices we US citizens have and needs to be stopped. PLEASE use this link and send an email to your congressmen asking them to vote NO on this financial reform bill. http://act.libertycentral.org/9/3328/oppose-financial-overhaul/ PLEASE send this to ALL friends and family and have them send emails as well. This will probably do nothing to STOP the Obama power grab, but it's worth a shot! PLEASE ACT NOW BEFORE IT'S......
FXOpen In Brokers May 16 2010 at 07:40
[quote]Scarface posted: Hi, what's up?? well, if you want to know my opinion about this broker, you need to be far away from the screen a little because I would say it is ... SCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCAM.[lol] You need to be very careful. They will get you anyways and ripe you off. At last, you have no money and would regret the day you knew them. Best of luck. Scarface [/quote] Seeing how it's been this long and you have not backed up your claim with any real facts, I'm going to guess that you are a typical trader ......
JadeFX In Brokers May 16 2010 at 07:30
I was with them through the move and I never recall then saying the trades would be moved to the new liquidity provider (I'm not even able to wrap my mind around how that would even work in theory), but I was given ample time to wind down the open positions. In fact I was so tired of the slippage with the old liquidity provider that I wound down my trades early and requested the move early. With that said, I am NOT happy with the new liquidity provider! At least the old liquidity provider would slip you both ways (for and against you)... this new one will ONLY slip against you, never for yo......
JadeFX In Brokers Mar 14 2010 at 23:17
[quote]biz0101 posted: the regulation is there for a reason... and i'm sure many here would see it as a big negative point rather than an advantage. [/quote] Yes the reason is becoming extremely clear and it IS actually an advantage and I'll explain why and how... Why do they incest of passing regulations that the people do NOT want??? they want to keep retail traders from pulling money out of the corrupt and highly manipulated stock markets and putting their money into Forex. Like the Obama administration, this is history repeating itself all over again. Free markets work better when go......
[quote]PipCollector posted: But let's face it, once you have the information, everyone else have it also, so the whole point of a trading edge is gone through the window. At the end of the day, you still need to create a successful trading system just like in fx. [/quote] I have to respectfully disagree with you on this point. The edge does NOT come from knowing the information. You don't need to know where the elephant in the jungle is going (or what he knows and see's for that matter) when you can simply follow his trail. It doesn't matter where he goes, because he is so big, he always ......
After reading quite a few posts from people new to Forex trading and regurgitating the same material over and over again I decided to post a blog where I can refer new traders to read this simple truth. There are two types of tuition that every trader will pay. No trader is excluded and no trader is immune. This is a simple fact of life and the sooner one understands and accepts this fact the better off they are in the long run. The first type of tuition is market tuition. This is the money paid directly into the markets be it from holding on to a losing position for far too long all t......
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