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Kennet

Member Since Dec 05, 2018  7 posts Kennet Jun 10 at 15:05
Macyjones posted:
Dictiony posted:
What type of trader you are? Short term or Long term? I am a long term trader and you?

I prefer short term trading


why?

PROFITINGSYSTEMS

Member Since Jun 04, 2020  48 posts ProfitingSystems (PROFITINGSYSTEMS) Jun 10 at 21:58
The one that is very happy with his trading systemcool

greenbandits

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  17 posts Anthony Ramos (greenbandits) Jun 11 at 00:10
PROFITINGSYSTEMS posted:
The one that is very happy with his trading systemcool


good one smiley

Stay profitable my friend

Insta-@Greenbandits #TradeLikeaBandit
PROFITINGSYSTEMS

Member Since Jun 04, 2020  48 posts ProfitingSystems (PROFITINGSYSTEMS) Jun 11 at 07:52
greenbandits posted:
PROFITINGSYSTEMS posted:
The one that is very happy with his trading systemcool


good one smiley

Stay profitable my friend

Thank you Friend and You too.Just be patient and apply Good RiskManagement and you are profitable.

Asher_Shih

Member Since Jun 11, 2020  3 posts Asher (Asher_Shih) Jun 11 at 08:37
I am newest type of trader:))

Choose your love, Love your choice.
PROFITINGSYSTEMS

Member Since Jun 04, 2020  48 posts ProfitingSystems (PROFITINGSYSTEMS) Jun 11 at 11:14
Asher_Shih posted:
I am newest type of trader:))

Then you still have a Lon way to go, Welcome on-board

Beast240184

Member Since Aug 15, 2013  4 posts Richard Fraser (Beast240184) Jun 12 at 01:14
I am a scalper but use pending orders, that way you are always calm.

richardfraser2401@
DeutschDom

Member Since May 22, 2019  11 posts DeutschDom Jun 12 at 10:02
Beast240184 posted:
I am a scalper but use pending orders, that way you are always calm.


How does that work? I thought that for scalping you needed market orders?

Beast240184

Member Since Aug 15, 2013  4 posts Richard Fraser (Beast240184) Jun 12 at 14:51
DeutschDom posted:
Beast240184 posted:
I am a scalper but use pending orders, that way you are always calm.


How does that work? I thought that for scalping you needed market orders?

It all depends on what scalping defines for you. Most traders assume scalping is sitting infront of your screen waiting for the market to give you a setup and when it does you pull the trigger hoping to catch a few pips. Normally you open a market order when in profit with some money $ you close your trade. I assume scalping is for most people 1 to 10 pips at most and to put in a stop loss of 1-1 for example ( 5 tp and 5 sl ) its high posibality you will get stopped out more times than you make your 5 pips. Thats why most scalpers normally only open market orders and hope it goes in their way, as soon as they in profit as i said before they close their position out usually becuase they are afaid it goes against then and loose that they could have made. The problem comes when you go in negative and dont want to close your trade with a loss, you normally take a big loss or loose your whole account. Thats where pending orders come in. Set and forget, you win or you loose, no emotions.

richardfraser2401@
nick3232

Member Since Jan 03, 2018  153 posts nick3232 Jun 12 at 17:14
prefer long term trading manually on h4 erurus

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