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Neojaker

Member Since Dec 20, 2019  1 posts Neojaker Feb 14 at 06:54
forexcyborg posted:
Mohammadi posted:
I have seen mostly brokers don’t allow scalping in their trading platforms. So we the traders who are particularly scalpers have to choose our broker carefully. First of all we have to ensure brokers trading spreads , actually without lowest trading spreads that’s not possible at all to make profit with certainly in spite of having good trading knowledge .


Only MM (=Market Makers) broker would not allow scalping. Better avoid such brokers and search for real A-Book brokers with low trading costs.
hi forexcyborg i have an issue with my ea it apperas in trading status waiting for the trade timeframe but im already in 15 min chart and dont start trading what can i do

Brahma23

Member Since Jan 27, 2020  14 posts Brahma23 Feb 16 at 16:54
I think most of the traders fail because of their wrong choice of brokers. Though you have a lot of knowledge about forex, a wrong broker can put you in danger. I am trading for a long time. In the very beginning, I faced so many problems to choose my broker. I was searching for an advisor who can suggest me a good broker.

Thines1

Member Since Oct 25, 2019  8 posts Thines1 Feb 23 at 18:07
As a beginer, you do not need to have much capital in your trading account yet. Even if you have a lot, never trade with all your capital at once. Learn as much as possible about risk management, and do not risk a high percentage of your trading capital at any given time

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