DavidPolianski posted: If anyone is looking for forex signals, commodities, indices, crypto. Please contact me. 75%-80% accuracy
You are never going to get 75-80% accuracy. Not with a decent strategy. Only martingale strategies get that kind of win rate and they will blow your account when the market turns. Expect 55-65% that is more realistic
Signal services are part fo the reason so many people think about money rather than process when coming into trading. What's to say that I can follow your signals? That it fits in with my trading style and personality?
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
@sebking1986 Would you say that following signals can qualify as a trading system/ style? Isn't the basis of a trading system your personal input and the development to fit your personality/ trading style? I also agree that you cannot copy another person's trading system and expect it to suit you 100% - therefore even f you respect your mentor, do not try to follow everything he does blindly - develop all his good advice into your personal system.
Well, I prefer not to trust forex signals at all, because they seem to me unreliable, however there are some traders who have successful trading activity due to forex signals. The matter here is to find a proper forex signals' supplier. It's kinda tough and actually it requires lots of time which you have to spend on the process of searching for such a supplier, but is's possible I'm sure. Nevertheless, traders have attentively approach to this process of searching for such a supplier, because it's pretty difficult to determine whether a supplier deserves your attention or not.
I agree with most that has been written here, using signals can put a dent to your own future trading career, so it is more preferable to follow signals (if you are going to) who actually provide the market, technical and fundamental analysis with each signals so you are learning their strategy too which you can then adapt to your own trading plan.
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