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Does your Forex Broker... In New Traders Oct 17 2012 at 14:47
yes, i have plenty of symbols in my mt4. when i'm bored i try looking for patterns in symbols i don't usually trade - this helps burn time while other trade opportunites develop and in the same time i might notice a new setup.
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Oct 17 2012 at 14:45
[quote]ForexLanto posted: The "Squeeze" is fireing of like it did some months ago. I'm prepared for a massive rally! [twist][/quote] yes it does. with the bad news from the eurozone and some better news from the usa i don't think it will go up, but rather down.
[quote]insighter243 posted: f anybody can recommend or give pointers in finding good managed accounts -- will be great[/quote] look for length of history - the longer the better. it will also help you to asses the risk involved and how consistent a trader is with his trading system. also, i would check for the amount of funds committed by the trader himself - this not only affects his psychology but also tells you how well he appreciates his own trading system.
Deciding on position size In New Traders Oct 17 2012 at 08:37
- can someone explain me what is the best method to determine position size? - should i use a different position size when i'm on a positive or a negative streak? - should i set targets for changing position size? i'm sure unserstanding the above will help me a lot with my forex trading!
yes, it is very hard for me [red], although it becomes easier with time. it's really hard to keep at it after school and work hours while your friends are going out, especially when you don't know if it will make it worth while. but i learned a lot about technical analysis and also starting to experiment with programming to explore some of my theories. i think forex is harder than a degree because you're your own teacher with zero guidance.
[quote]vladrac posted: Ive already paid it ;) but still would like to better understand what is doing and I do code my own EAs, so if its ok pm me it ;) Regards, Vlad[/quote] i would ask these questions before paying any money [smiley]
http://blog.myfxbook.com/2012/08/05/latest-contest-cancelled/
i think you got it just right and i agree. demo is quite useless if you plan to trade real money. i say start small with a live account and build your way up.
what's not working? do you get any errors?
Best Broker for a Newbie In New Traders Jul 11 2012 at 10:03
[quote] TheLastBear posted: There is no such thing as best broker for a newbie, true. A good broker is good for all. I disagree that the best brokers do not offer bonuses. There are plenty of good brokers who do offer bonuses and have loyalty programs. It also depends on what you consider best broker. Most use the MT4 or MT5 platform. Spreads are one thing you can judge them by. I judge by customer service and security of my funds. Execution of trades is also part of it. [/quote] I agree
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