Ow don(t worry I want to double my account too! ;)
Those AUD trades really are working very well, finally i didn't closed them but I moved the stop on a R:R of 1:1, so now i am very much in profit, almost 4% up on my account with pretty small positions :D This is what i want to see, anyway I am going to close very soon now
My my, last Friday just minutes after I made last post my system crashed. Some virus. PC has been restored only today and still only one monitor is working. taking it back to the shop tomorrow. The only pair I was able to folloow was Eur/usd. closed eur/cad times stop and moved stop on other pairs to lock more profits and to BE on e/u, chf/jpy and eur/jpy will leave as is for now. not enough pips top move to BE. will be checking amrkets for some time as I was away from PC since last Friday.
Sure it is better but it is also far more expensive. The utility of regular PC money/utility relation now is far better. I am not running auto cad on my PC neither I am playing some very graphic and RAM consuming games. My current PC was bought in January 2006 and it completely satisfies whatever I am doing on it. I am only planning to get new PC when i start managing OPM. at the moment my old PC as long as it is working satisfies all my needs. actually computer progress has slowed over the years. If to compare Pentium 1 and II to my PC and then my PC to current new computers it is clear that difference is far larger between my PC to Pentiums I-II then between contemporary PCs to mine. People I think are not very rational creatures otherwise cars would not be the main mean of transportation cause they are extremely inefficient, dangerous and overall stupid idea in the first place. and especially economy based on cars manufacturing which actually means economy based on manufacturing temporary things that lose value fast while wasting non renewable critical for civilization resources, destroying environment and killing/ maiming some people/animals along the way.
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