Hello, I´m a Student who needs money to pay all the teaxes and my small room. I have 250 Euro at an account on Active Trades and i want to stay with this broker. I´m searching for a friendly manager who can make money out of this! So pls contact me with some details like strategie or other accounts you manage. Hope i find someone who helps. Greez
I´m searching also for a good trading strategy for that account size maybe you can give me some tipps so i can practise some systems. Do you heard of the Strong System?They sell it on ebay. A lot of people bought it. Search on ebay for 'Strong System Forex'.
For that kind of money, it is hard to find a serious interested trader. I guess your motivation is to make money, and so is any trader. My first question as a trader will be, what is in the deal for me? or put another way what's my cut? From 250 Euros, I doubt there is much to gain. I trade big accounts and quite successfully. You are welcome to check out my profile of a very small live account to show you what gains a big account can do https://www.myfxbook.com/portfolio/axitrader/54611 . But up front, I will not trade any account under $5000.
u got oanda? u can trade there by the units, not by lots (as low as $1). if ur patience and got no time to trade, u can do a martingale by going long a positive interest rate pair (carry). be patient on a very very low leverage that even a 1,000 pip plunge will not out ur account to a margin call. u can then place small sizes of units per 100 or 200 or 300 pips below your entry price, or what suited u best. or do a no leverage aud/usd and nz/usd hedging. close position if u produce profit. repeat again. just some ideas.
You may find A PAMM manager who can latch you onto the end of his/her pool traded fund, but remember your percentage stake in any pool position would be extremely low.
For individual management at your capital level no serious fund manager is going to entertain it.
Someone mentioned a hedge AUSUSD/NZDUSD its a sound idea, but slighty better is USDCHF - AUDUSD these are both carry posi on long side with negi correlation. AUDUSD with NZDUSD requires one short side and a negi carry.
Hi, I am an account manager using the Oanda FXManager platform. My basis plan is a consistent as possible 1% profit per trading day, for about 200 trading days a year. Fees on net monthly profit % basis. My system is 'Buddha is my auditor (DGP)'. To join you would have to open an Oanda FXTrade account. If interested, please drop me a note at my system page or email me at [email protected] I tolerate minimal initial deposits for testing puposes. I do not trade other accounts than my Oanda manager account.
Chikot posted: Another one. High profit = high risk ;)
Absolutely and that is the downfall of most traders. Wanting to make $1000 from $100 in a month.
Yes, most traders do not trade small account as if it is a big one. And it makes habits that stick and it is hard to get rid of those bad habits and once they have big money to manage they make big holes in those accounts cause when 5-10% risk on $100 doe snot look as much it is a lot on say $10 000 000 account.
well, has anyone seen any fund or bank making 1000% annually or better monthly ;) ? I have not heard of one yet. So, why to strive to these unrealistic returns while steady 30-50% annual is actually a great results?
Generally I agree with you guys, but you have to keep in mind that trading has nothing to do with banking. I definitely believe that trading as an art, one of a very human nature. Keeping discipline for a long time can lead to a kind of mastery, as the mind learns along with the hand and the heart, joined within a long process.
You can ask some managers to lower your participation percentage in the fund, thus adjusting your profit and risk in analogy. This is something I have often discussed with my own clients, to track draw-downs and overall performance, and adjust their participation to their feeling. A daily performance fund gives you the advantage of dense tracking, as you are daily in the position to notice any sign of degeneration of discipline in your manager's trading.
Hi Traders, I am Tradingboy. By now I'm running 4 systems, Tradingboy, Tradingboy II, Tradinboy III and Tradingboy PAMM. Tradingboy and Tradingboy II are my personal accounts, only my own money on that. Tradingboy III is an account that I manage for a private group. Tradingboy PAMM is oppened for new investors. I would be very honored to have you making part of Tradingboy PAMM. You may visit my web page www.tradingboy.com and the Tradingboy PAMM using this link https://www.alpari-forex.com/en/pamm/rating/essence/pamm/action/monitoring/id/198900/ My accounts are verified by Myfxbook. Good trades for everyone.
Save your money... I know we all want to believe there is some miracle trading system and/or MM but the reality is there is not. A rule of thumb is to never invest what you can not afford to lose. I know you do not want to hear this but this is the voice of reason.
And remember IF IT WERE EASY, EVERYONE WOULD BE DOING IT!
Chikot posted: well, has anyone seen any fund or bank making 1000% annually or better monthly ;) ? I have not heard of one yet. So, why to strive to these unrealistic returns while steady 30-50% annual is actually a great results?
There are few of em, but 30 -50% is quit cool too, wihile some people are glad if you make 10% for em monthly
Glance at this one Just so you can compare. Know what you want! forexgundownyen: fxcm's top #1 trader! It's nice to be able to have the freedom to glance at what you expect your account chart to look like! How much volatility can you handle?
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