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45656

Member Since Jun 29, 2019  65 posts 45656 Aug 09 2019 at 17:45
The motivation behind why, is that most traders assume that 'more is better', when as a general rule 'more' is in reality more awful, as it identifies with Forex trading. There truly is no compelling reason to sit before your PC for a considerable length of time investigating Forex news reports or various pointers. My trading theory is that all factors that influence a market's price development are reflected by means of the price activity on a price chart.

Madalyn

Member Since Jul 14, 2019  29 posts Madalyn Aug 10 2019 at 16:43
I would love to be able to make money without too much time on screen if possible!

Brighthouse

Member Since Aug 12, 2019  7 posts Brighthouse Aug 12 2019 at 11:15
Me too. Trading on the longer time frames is the key, more reliable set ups, less time at the charts.

Madalyn

Member Since Jul 14, 2019  29 posts Madalyn Aug 20 2019 at 05:17
Brighthouse posted:
Me too. Trading on the longer time frames is the key, more reliable set ups, less time at the charts.


What would you consider to be a longer timeframe?

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  759 posts Adribaasmet Aug 20 2019 at 15:09
Expecting more (without any logic behind it) is a bad practice! We shouldn’t open any trade based on our own choice; we should follow the opportunities that market offers us!

Madalyn

Member Since Jul 14, 2019  29 posts Madalyn Aug 21 2019 at 06:02
Adribaasmet posted:
Expecting more (without any logic behind it) is a bad practice! We shouldn’t open any trade based on our own choice; we should follow the opportunities that market offers us!

I like your thinking

steve_25

Member Since Aug 03, 2019  22 posts steve_25 Aug 23 2019 at 06:47
Yes ofcorse . More or less is not important to me . Its more about the right thing. I think wasting too much time on a PC only makes you procrastinate your trade. So the moment i find a good trading opportunity , i immediately place an order for the same. So it not about more time , its just about the right time.

Abhijeet

Member Since Aug 14, 2019  6 posts Abhijeet Aug 23 2019 at 13:21
I like to check on markets during the day but do not sit in front of PC. I will come back at the close of candles to see what is going on but I will just over trade if I am watching charts all day

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  847 posts AniLorak Aug 23 2019 at 13:54
Abhijeet posted:
I like to check on markets during the day but do not sit in front of PC. I will come back at the close of candles to see what is going on but I will just over trade if I am watching charts all day


On which pair you are talking about? EURUSD? Currently I am bearish on this major trading pair!

Fearlesswalker

Member Since Jul 26, 2019  9 posts Kelvin (Fearlesswalker) Aug 24 2019 at 11:07
But at the start of the career or any trader I think little capital and short trades are simply unavoidable at all for many many reasons here completely. So I really do hope for all what is really happening there. I do not see why it should make it any longer.

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