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Do you think you can turn $200 into $400 in six weeks?

TheLastBear
Nov 13 2012 at 12:06
186 posts
ForexScam posted:
psp7292 posted:
To double a small account is relatively easy and doesn't take very long because the trader doesn't feel like he's risking a lot with each trade. However, to double a $10,000 account would be harder and take longer. So, more credit should be given to a trader who has doubled a bigger account.


I learned this a long time ago... THE SECRET.

trade from a super small account. Like a balance of X that doesn't mean anything to you. Everyone has their own FUN money so use whatever is your level of fun money. This way you have no emotions to the money and now its time to trade your trading system like you should ==== without emotions.

When you are trading this small account, you have your larger accounts connected through a TradeCopier and this way you get the same +/- % on the bigger account without seeing the Emotional side of trading. ( Money).

i've been doing this for over 2 years now and its the real secret to becoming profitable.


That's not a bad idea. Glad to hear it works for you.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
SaltyWaters
Nov 15 2012 at 05:44
247 posts
Mission accomplished in 4 weeks. I had some technical problems at the start.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/SaltyWaters/changedirea-v10/403879


Next: to infinity and beyond! 😄

David (RollingStones74)
Nov 15 2012 at 06:53
76 posts
SaltyWaters posted:
Mission accomplished in 4 weeks. I had some technical problems at the start.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/SaltyWaters/changedirea-v10/403879
Next: to infinity and beyond! 😄


Your work is awesome ) respect to you
Wasn't it too risky?

If you want to end up with a nonaverage net worth, a “learn from someone else” attitude is paramount. Putting your ego aside and admitting that you don’t know it all isn’t easy, but it is the mindset of true winner ----Paul Tudor Jones.
TheLastBear
Nov 15 2012 at 15:25
186 posts
RollingStones74 posted:
SaltyWaters posted:
Mission accomplished in 4 weeks. I had some technical problems at the start.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/SaltyWaters/changedirea-v10/403879
Next: to infinity and beyond! 😄


Your work is awesome ) respect to you
Wasn't it too risky?


Risk equals the lack of knowledge.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
Forex Signals By Forex RingLeader (Fxringleader)
Nov 15 2012 at 15:57
95 posts
Or have a large account but trade very small amounts oh and trade non-stop at hyper speeds


 - see example here --- > https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Fxringleader/fxringleader--professional-grade-automated/425943

Keys 2 doubling:

1. Consistent Small amounts ( No Gun-Ho [Shoot From the Hips ) Over Leveraged Trades...
2. Hyper Speeds
3. Realistic expectations
4. Don't hesitate to cut a losing position
5. Place about 300+ Trades per day
6. No Fear......


SaltyWaters
Nov 15 2012 at 16:12
247 posts
Thanks for the appreciation David.

'Wasn't it too risky?' Forex is a risky business regardless of how much of your money you are putting on the line. As soon as you open a trade your money is at risk. Is up to one to decide how much one wants to risk and it has nothing to do with lack of knowledge like 'thelastbear' wrote in the previous post. I don't know what school did he go to, but that doesn't make any sense.
e.g. A car racer is risking his life and he knows it. An Astronaut is risking his life and he knows it.

I see that you are new in the business. Welcome. The best thing one can do is learn how to use the tools available in toolbox. I'm talking about reading the naked charts and the indicators that so many people hate - I guess because they don't know how to use them - but if it is a hammer that you grab to hammer a nail, your fingers are still at risk even though you may have the knowledge to do so.


Cheers and good luck to you and don't be scared to try things just because some people don't have the guts to do so or it's not in the book.

😄







RollingStones74 posted:
SaltyWaters posted:
Mission accomplished in 4 weeks. I had some technical problems at the start.
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/SaltyWaters/changedirea-v10/403879
Next: to infinity and beyond! 😄


Your work is awesome ) respect to you
Wasn't it too risky?

SaltyWaters
Nov 15 2012 at 16:17
247 posts
I like that!
Meet you at the top. 😄

I've Just noticed you have to switch to Real.




Fxringleader posted:
Or have a large account but trade very small amounts oh and trade non-stop at hyper speeds


 - see example here --- > https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Fxringleader/fxringleader--professional-grade-automated/425943

Keys 2 doubling:

1. Consistent Small amounts ( No Gun-Ho [Shoot From the Hips ) Over Leveraged Trades...
2. Hyper Speeds
3. Realistic expectations
4. Don't hesitate to cut a losing position
5. Place about 300+ Trades per day
6. No Fear......


Vader FX (incometrader)
Nov 16 2012 at 00:02
157 posts
SaltyWaters posted:
Thanks for the appreciation David.

'Wasn't it too risky?' Forex is a risky business regardless of how much of your money you are putting on the line. As soon as you open a trade your money is at risk. Is up to one to decide how much one wants to risk and it has nothing to do with lack of knowledge like 'thelastbear' wrote in the previous post. I don't know what school did he go to, but that doesn't make any sense.
e.g. A car racer is risking his life and he knows it. An Astronaut is risking his life and he knows it.

I see that you are new in the business. Welcome. The best thing one can do is learn how to use the tools available in toolbox. I'm talking about reading the naked charts and the indicators that so many people hate - I guess because they don't know how to use them - but if it is a hammer that you grab to hammer a nail, your fingers are still at risk even though you may have the knowledge to do so.


Cheers and good luck to you and don't be scared to try things just because some people don't have the guts to do so or it's not in the book.

😄


So true about risk, and I love the analogy of using a hammer to hit a nail and your fingers being at risk :)
Another analogy could be: you could use a soft fluffy toy hammer to avoid getting your fingers hurt but it'll take forever to get the nail in. So if we don't risk we can't expect much (if any) reward.

Geereg
Nov 16 2012 at 16:09
18 posts
Hey Salty! I knew your name sounded familiar. A few months back, I was trying to find a way to trade on mac and I came across your youtube video.

Good looking returns! I too have hit the 100% before six weeks. For some reason, my stats won't update on here over the past 2 weeks. I am currently over 300% return, but that can change in a day now, lol... But, you can check out my profile at FF.

https://www.forexfactory.com/zerosumgame

I am actually about to close my account and go back to futures trading. Dodd Frank has got me by the balls.

A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.
SaltyWaters
Nov 16 2012 at 17:06
247 posts
Hey Geereg! Good stuff man. I'm glad to hear you're doing well. Don't let it slip away though. 😄

I'm trying to take this one to the top: https://www.myfxbook.com/strategies/changedirea-v10/24944

Let's see if I can get there before it blows. 😁

To update your myfxbook account try this: go to settings, edit your account and click connect.


Good luck to you on your ventures!


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