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Just got a PM from a fxbook member which is very obviously a 419 scam. Oh joy, i see it was removed already. Anyways, don't hand out the bank details folks, no one going to give you any money. They'll just clear the account.
Do any female traders exit? In General Jan 23 2011 at 13:25
Bunny was famous in her days at MoneyTech. Just google the Bunny Cross. I personally know at least one other professional girl trader.
Master Trading Account In Trading Systems Nov 28 2010 at 05:58
Capital guarantee? Opening yourself up for all kinds of liabilities. Read the disclaimer on the bottom of the fxbook page. All fx sites have that. Not having it means if you lose even one cent of my capital I will hold you responsible for loss of my capital, and all my future income (and my children's) I could have generated from that capital that you guaranteed. Might just as well skip the process and give me all your money now, unless of course you're not legit. I find it difficult to believe that anybody who has aspirations to being a serious MM would make a claim like that. In most ......
Z-Score In General Nov 22 2010 at 19:03
I don't know. I was reading it but got distracted by a beer. Now I can't concentrate....
Z-Score In General Nov 22 2010 at 18:48
I think it's this:
Lol - yup, fx book is to good!! Happily so!! Lets manage soooooooome money....preferably your money.
Script or EA library In Suggestion Box Nov 17 2010 at 15:28
Where people can post some of the more interesting ones, especially trading tools that automates manual tasks, like say changing Tp's or Sl's or closing only trades on a chart or closing out everything and so on.
K - I'm not going to argue with your observation, so I'll concede that for an astute observer like yourself that news might be predictable. I've been ignoring news to long to make any knowledgeable claim as to it's predictability, my view has always been it's a double guess. But I still maintain that of the 24 hours a day I trade (I'm never out) the amount of time that it has an effect is so insignificant that it doesn't matter.
See me get nuked now...but news play almost no role in fx. It influences something like 1% of trading and that 1% is very expensive as spreads climb. Most of the news releases are just whips. And maybe 15 minutes later if it was a significant release we might get some action. To me it's just scheduled volatility, and as LTC found out the hard way, volatility can come at any time. For the most part I just ignore it as it has such a small impact on my trading. If you try predict it, it's double prediction, first you have to predict the data, then you have to predict the markets reaction to t......
GoMarkets L-Plate In Trading Systems Nov 14 2010 at 19:04
Good result and I like that broker as well.
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