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best forex strategy for consistent profits
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Suarez

Member Since Jun 01, 2020  32 posts Suarez Aug 03 at 07:07
One has to figure out the strategy that suits them on their own. There is no standard strategy that works for all.

LeviSievwright5

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  62 posts LeviSievwright5 Sep 01 at 01:48
It is very important to make a consistent profit in trading. I have done a lot of research in trading and discovered some important things. These are Support Resistant Level, Divergence, Market Context, Divided by 4 Rules. These are all important issues. Professional traders use these strategies. This strategy needs to be used to make a consistent profit in the market.

PCubeStrategy

Member Since Feb 28, 2020  17 posts PCube Singapore (PCubeStrategy) Sep 01 at 13:00
The best forex strategy is to have well planned strategy and risk manage it.

Fun fact, without proper risk management, people do go bust with a 60% chance heads in coin flip.


hmdimn

Member Since Aug 20, 2020  1 posts hmdimn Sep 01 at 14:18
The best strategy is to:

Buy when market shows signs of going down &
Sell when it gives you a hint of going up.


The market markers always know what you think! So, do the opposite and see the results.wink

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