Admoni posted: I have seen according to my trading experience the newcomers always looking for scalping strategy that brings profit in a short time than others techniques, but scalping sometimes causes a great loss if you don’t make sure lowest trading spreads. So for scalping, first of all, please make sure most comfortable trading spreads.
DonaldB posted: Long term trading is also risky due to the risk of fundamental movements that can make trader's analysis is useless and leads to losses. So, the basic question is 'is forex trading risky?'
Agree with you! And, in a word the answer will be: Forex is risky if you try to make money here without proper knowledge.
Scalping is a trading policy that brings profit in a short time. That’s why from my first day of trading I have been using this profitable trading policy due to getting profit instantly. But in spite of a profitable trading approach this cannot use in a regulated trading broker due to many restrictions.
The fact that brokers do not allow scalping surely mean that it is profitable. Do ECN broker allow scalping? If so that would be great. I am not expert at scalping but I have always been interested in it
Each the trader has a choice of the broker to be used, should the trader can choose a broker that is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be sued, if you love scalping , should choose the broker which allows trading concept such as this.
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