I am not sure requotes even occur anymore. Just avoid trading right before a big corporate announcement or news is expected and you won’t have to worry about much. Of course once a trader backs up trading with a whole lot of experience and knows how to make every volatile situation turn in his favour, then he can news trade for big profits. But for beginner or mid level traders I think it is better to refrain from engaging in news trading.
Timing of entry and exit is very important especially for short term trader. Sometimes a 5 min late you can miss a very good entry. If it's not timely you may need to widen your stop loss. Also sometimes you need to close the trade timely.
joastdaffy posted: What do you guys think about Axitrader? I have just created my demo account with Fxview but thinking if 80 currency pairs of Axitrader are better.
So you are just beginning to trade and you feel trading 80 pairs is going to do you more good than trading 60 something? Focus on more important things like developing your trading strategies, on whichever account you are using.
IvarHardy posted: Timing of entry and exit is very important especially for short term trader. Sometimes a 5 min late you can miss a very good entry. If it's not timely you may need to widen your stop loss. Also sometimes you need to close the trade timely.
I infact think that timing of the exit is extremely critical. Lag of a few seconds can mean throwing away some good potential earnings, or even suffering a loss like I did.
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