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simple question. In General Aug 03 2014 at 02:07
caser?
With respect, it is so critically important that you do some home-work BEFORE you deposit with a broker. Seems you are not alone in trying to withdraw funds: http://www.forexpeacearmy.com/public/review/www.fxsystems.com Did you bother to check if this broker is regulated? Takes just a couple of minutes: http://www.nevisfsrc.com/advisories-2/warnings/183-fx-systems-ltd I don't want to come across too harsh, but the reality is that we, as traders, are responsible for ensuring the safety of our funds at all times. What's the point of having a great trading strategy that makes you lots of money,......
simple question. In General Aug 02 2014 at 22:43
[quote]vinabao posted: I think you guys are talking about 2 different things here . One side talking about manage many accounts for people through the signal from their small fund account than of course it is ok with no emotional of trading big account .Whatever $1000 account do than the $100 k or $1 millions account would copy the same . The other side talking about if it is different between trading account $1000 & $100 k or $1 million .Hell knows . of course it is different .You can lose $1000 with no problem but with $100k is different story , so no way you can trade same way and ......
Don't kid with leverage.. In General Aug 02 2014 at 21:20
[quote]FOREXunlimited posted: I've always felt that newer folks fall under the spell of being provided 500:1 leverage and thinking they need to use it all simply because "it's there". My trading really turned around when I realized that leveraging yourself out over 10:1 for the majority of the times you interact with the market is difficult to manage in the long run (in terms of managing risk and capital exposure over time). Jake[/quote] Agree! Leverage is like the bank overdraft a business uses to manage cashflow...just because it's there, doesn't mean you to have to use all of i......
Russian Bonds - Safe to buy ? In General Aug 01 2014 at 22:52
[quote]dchara01 posted: they won't necessarily lower their rates to stimulate their economy.[/quote] We'll just have to wait and see...cheers! [cool]
Russian Bonds - Safe to buy ? In General Aug 01 2014 at 22:33
[quote]dchara01 posted: [quote]myfxpt posted: Isn't the Russian economy teetering on the edge of recession? That usually means official interest rates will be lowered to stimulate activity. [cool][/quote] not necessarily...[/quote] Not necessarily heading into recession? Or interest rates are not necessarily lowered to stimulate economic activity? [cool]
Russian Bonds - Safe to buy ? In General Aug 01 2014 at 22:12
Isn't the Russian economy teetering on the edge of recession? That usually means official interest rates will be lowered to stimulate activity. [cool]
What a rediculous thread!
Here's another potential FX investor about to blow 300k using an EA. Good luck! [cool]
cashback forex rebates In General Jul 30 2014 at 21:38
[quote]togr posted: Hi Mickey, the best cashback site ever is http://www.cashbackforex.com/#aid_30378 They have perfect support and they are able to beat any competitors offer. They always pay on time What else would you need? Tomas[/quote] Love the plug! But I cannot disagree with you. Check reviews on Forex Peace Army...nothing to fear about Cashback Forex! [cool]
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