Posts by myfxpt
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 .. 27 Next
[quote]TomD131 posted: [quote]myfxpt posted: Thanks for clarifying. [cool][/quote] You are quite welcome. If you still live in Aussie, you have no problem finding a great broker. I had a broker in Australia until the ASIC started tightening down. Good luck to you.[/quote] Thanks mate, and good luck to you! [cool]
[quote]TomD131 posted: [quote]myfxpt posted: Tradersway does not appear to accept USA or UK clients. [cool][/quote] They do accept clients from the USA (I cannot speak for those in the UK). I am from the USA and have accounts with them. On the website, they make the statement regarding the USA and UK in order to clarify that they have not solicited any business from UK or USA residents. This is a legal issue. It is not illegal for them in their country to accept clients from the USA.[/quote] Thanks for clarifying. [cool]
[quote]TomD131 posted: FinFX is a good choice. Unfortunately I do not know any others. I am from the USA so I walk away from a broker when I find that it does not accept US clients. I am glad you found a broker that you won't need to worry about![/quote] Tradersway does not appear to accept USA or UK clients. [cool]
Maxim Trader In New Traders Jul 15 at 07:06
[quote]acewinner posted: Maxim Trader is a registered company in NZ.[/quote] Yes...and like so many others they operate out of a lawyers office. Note that the one and only Director is not resident in New Zealand, but in Cyprus. They may well be quite legitimate, but why set-up business half-way around the world? [cool]
Maxim Trader In New Traders Jul 15 at 07:03
[quote]ForexAssistant posted: "I'm already not comfortable with this type of risky overseas investment in the first place" Good move, don't do it. If you have any doubts, pull out. Traders manage their risks, not just blindly accept them. If you don't know how they make money for you, find something that you do know about. There is enough risk in investing, going into something blind is risk above and beyond reasonable. Bob [/quote] Sounds like good, down-to-earth, practical advice. Could not agree more, Bob! [cool]
Entry points In New Traders Jul 15 at 06:57
[quote]stokvelclub posted: Hi is is there any best indicators for entry especialy major pairs?,or even trading auto traders?[/quote] Personally, I use a tight combination of indicators so my entries can be confirmed by more than one signal. I then like to look at the next higher time-frame and next lower time-frame to see if there is additional confirmation. There is no simple answer to your question other than to say that a signal ought to be confirmed by two or more indicators, i.e. a moving average cross confirmed by RSI or MACD or CCI or Stochastic, or some combination of these.
This f*cking IBFX In General Jul 14 at 08:42
Thanks for the feedback! Well, I guess I will have to find out for myself as there seems to be some in favour, and some against. I trade manually only, on the H4 and Daily time frames, and have not had any issues in demo to date...let's see how live trading goes with small start capital. Cheers, Gary. [cool]
simple question. In General Jul 13 at 22:52
[quote]Sawood121 posted: damn i wish i was a robot with no emotions while trading.[/quote] If only! That's why money management is so important...perhaps more important than market analysis! Good money management and a poor strategy can be profitable, but a good strategy with poor money management will ultimately fail. Why? Because good money management gives you specifics on which to act, which eliminates indecision, and goes a very long way to removing the emotions that prompt us to move our stops, take profits way too soon, and jump into some trades that, in hindsight, make absolutely no s......
[quote]makeitrain posted: [quote]jwc914 posted: Thanks Gary I just watched the vid[/quote] *This following post only applies if you want to use automated trading* I urge you to consider why serious traders use vps not their own machines. If your internet/electricity cuts out for just a second your EA activity is disrupted and all of your account's equity are at an unnecessary risk of loss!! Adding the laptop element is even worse, using a laptop which does not do great running 24/7..laptops also have built in mechanisms to switch off if they overheat. I use a che......
Consumer Spending Volume (4 min)
Danish Consumer Confidence Improves(19 min ago)
EURUSD 1.34575 GBPUSD 1.70707
USDJPY 101.363 USDCAD 1.0718
Tools Community Reviews Platform Company Support
Economic Calendar Community Brokers Widgets About FAQ
Forex Market Systems Expert Advisors Features Blog Help
Forex Volatility Most Popular Systems Signal Providers API Twitter Contact Us
Forex Correlation Strategies VPS Services Mobile Facebook Report A Bug!
Forex Broker Spreads Contests EA Programming Translations    
Forex Broker Quotes Forex Charts PAMM Brokers RSS    
Forex Broker Swaps Community Outlook Rebate Programs      
Streaming Forex News   Trading Platforms      
Forex Broker Volume          
COT Data          

Site Map  |   Terms & Conditions  |   Privacy Policy
©2014 Myfxbook Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
HIGH RISK WARNING: Foreign exchange trading carries a high level of risk that may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage creates additional risk and loss exposure. Before you decide to trade foreign exchange, carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level, and risk tolerance. You could lose some or all of your initial investment; do not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. Educate yourself on the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial or tax advisor if you have any questions. Any data and information is provided 'as is' solely for informational purposes, and is not intended for trading purposes or advice.