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mdsh7864

Member Since Apr 04, 2020  13 posts mdsh7864 Jun 14 at 21:11
Hello,
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Thank you

Tezilkree

Member Since Apr 04, 2020  57 posts Tezilkree Jun 15 at 04:40
Indeed, it is very interesting to know which strategy is currently preferred.

spanishtrader799

Member Since Feb 19, 2020  19 posts spanishtrader799 Jun 15 at 13:56
Tezilkree posted:
Indeed, it is very interesting to know which strategy is currently preferred.


Are u serious? There no specific trading strategy that would fit everyone, mate.

Thetalak

Member Since Jan 02, 2020  9 posts Thetalak Jun 15 at 15:55
It's an interesting post. It's also interesting for me to know which strategies are preferred these days. The more 'in trend' you are, the more you have the ability to become successful in your business. So it's almost every trader's duty to follow the news all the time. Thank you for sharing this post, it was equally useful and interesting :)

Suarez

Member Since Jun 01, 2020  44 posts Suarez Jun 16 at 07:39
spanishtrader799 posted:
Tezilkree posted:
Indeed, it is very interesting to know which strategy is currently preferred.


Are u serious? There no specific trading strategy that would fit everyone, mate.



Right no one strategy fits all. But yes no harm in knowing what people prefer.

Daniel32946

Member Since Feb 12, 2020  9 posts Daniel (Daniel32946) Jun 19 at 12:06
What strategies are currently relevant?

Willemcurtis

Member Since Jun 22, 2020  5 posts Willemcurtis Jun 22 at 12:52
That’s true, the same strategy will not work for everyone. There are different strategies which you can try. I prefer scalping and day trading strategy.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  861 posts Adribaasmet Jun 22 at 15:21
sometimes scalping causes huge trouble but overall its really good and comfortable for the traders who above have low amounts.

LyudmilLukanov

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  117 posts LyudmilLukanov Aug 25 at 22:41
Willemcurtis posted:
That’s true, the same strategy will not work for everyone. There are different strategies which you can try. I prefer scalping and day trading strategy.

Yeah, thats true. I prefer scalper because i am a part timer. This strategy required short amount of time.

EbonyJones

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  159 posts EbonyJones Aug 26 at 19:41
Very good writing. I also think that same strategy doesn't work every time. you have to change your strategy according to the market situation.

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