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EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Yesterday at 23:00
Cholipop, may I ask if this is an EA or you manually trading? I assume EA with all of the trades, but maybe not http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Cholipop/clientasof2ndfeb/1165129 As far as trading goes with me, I tend to trade with the trend only once a trend is confirmed. I find that to be the least risk. You won't win it all, so why not just go for one small piece at a time and slowly grow the account?
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 26 at 12:31
[quote]blownaccount posted: Getting to close to the American economic news events shortly and we are closing down our open trades to reduce risk. the market will continue to fall but its better to take profit because you can, not because you have too! http://www.myfxbook.com/files/blownaccount/Daily_Trade_Ideas__EURJPY_AUDUSD_USDJPY_2262015_EXITS_FINAL_PAIR_Xc.png [/quote] Where is the real trading account, you only show a demo! Put some real money in and see how it does and then come back to us. Also, don't hide anything, show it all. I'm not afraid to show my EA running. https://www.m......
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 05 at 08:15
1.14 wasn't able to be broken, Opened a sell position at both 1.138 and 1.139. Still expecting to go below 1.13 today
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 05 at 01:15
1.13 is providing support but I believe that we will break through it overnight and head to 1.12. Long term, parity is still in view. Within the month I expect 1.09-1.10 being hit
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 03 at 23:25
I'm currently back in a Sell Position, what is everyone else doing? I believe we will go back down to 1.11 and lower. The US still has the better economy than the EU right now and I believe we will see further lows this year. Parity is still possible.
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 03 at 13:22
Looks like we are going up, Buy Now would be my recommendation. Going to 1.16 at least I believe
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 03 at 11:36
[quote]SamuraiFXTrader posted: It's time to buy EURUSD now. It's bullish for me. Good luck everyone![/quote] [quote]SamuraiFXTrader posted: The trend is changing and now everyone put a stop loss if you are buying a EURUSD because it's looks like it's bearish trend now. I would recommend to sell it now[/quote] So which is it Samurai???? You said Buy and Sell in a matter of minutes.
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 03 at 03:42
Well boys and girls, Australia's interest rate decision of a cut might be the start of the momentum we need to have EURUSD break out and head south again.
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 01 at 21:40
The price fluctuates all weekend as some trading still goes on, just not for us little guys. You can view current prices on websites such as www.xe.com OR http://www.cnbc.com/id/15839178
EUR/USD In Experienced Traders Feb 01 at 20:58
As of right now, looks like an upward gap today at the open
FX Reserves (1h 39min)
UPDATE 2-Austria imposes debt moratorium...(31 min ago)
EURUSD 1.11945 GBPUSD 1.54336
USDJPY 119.569 USDCAD 1.24994
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