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How about "Live" trading?

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 24 2016 at 13:26
1944 posts
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
I try to make time to put up my trades on my posts,all trades are Live,I put my entry point ,closing point, reason why I'm doing the trade.One good tip for beginners is to specialise in one product eg. EUR/USD until you get familiar with its behaviour.Sometimes I do trade stocks if I see a good price.


This a very reasonable choice - to focus on a particular instrument. But it has to backed up with patience to learn. 😄


Plus knowledge of how and why the big players trade the way they do , loads of info online or get on a course with an ex banker/trader, an inside picture of the mechanics will give you a fighting chance.


Yes, very well said! Learning from the best! I guess you know personally such pros from the institutional side which is good.


Yes I was taught by them on a daily basis, that's the view of you know where.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
RPatell (RPatell)
Nov 24 2016 at 13:32
64 posts
snapdragon1970 posted:
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
I try to make time to put up my trades on my posts,all trades are Live,I put my entry point ,closing point, reason why I'm doing the trade.One good tip for beginners is to specialise in one product eg. EUR/USD until you get familiar with its behaviour.Sometimes I do trade stocks if I see a good price.


This a very reasonable choice - to focus on a particular instrument. But it has to backed up with patience to learn. 😄


Plus knowledge of how and why the big players trade the way they do , loads of info online or get on a course with an ex banker/trader, an inside picture of the mechanics will give you a fighting chance.


Yes, very well said! Learning from the best! I guess you know personally such pros from the institutional side which is good.


Yes I was taught by them on a daily basis.


Maybe one day you will open your own live trading channel teaching others. I wish you success!

Knowledge is king!
snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 24 2016 at 13:38
1944 posts
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
RPatell posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
I try to make time to put up my trades on my posts,all trades are Live,I put my entry point ,closing point, reason why I'm doing the trade.One good tip for beginners is to specialise in one product eg. EUR/USD until you get familiar with its behaviour.Sometimes I do trade stocks if I see a good price.


This a very reasonable choice - to focus on a particular instrument. But it has to backed up with patience to learn. 😄


Plus knowledge of how and why the big players trade the way they do , loads of info online or get on a course with an ex banker/trader, an inside picture of the mechanics will give you a fighting chance.


Yes, very well said! Learning from the best! I guess you know personally such pros from the institutional side which is good.


Yes I was taught by them on a daily basis.


Maybe one day you will open your own live trading channel teaching others. I wish you success!

Hedge Fund, teaching is difficult because not many have the patience , they want get rich quick.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 24 2016 at 14:12
1944 posts
ben08in posted:
snapdragon1970 posted:
You have to be able to generate your own ideas, not copy other traders, otherwise you learn nothing. There is plenty of money in the pot even for retail traders, we have some advantages too that the big players don't have.The big players are only interested in picking off other big players not some retail accounts,if the move happens to be near a certain level and retail gets hit,its not because it was the intention of big players to pick off small retail accounts.


What are the main advantages of small retail traders against the big players you are referring to? You made a good point and I am interested to learn more about your opinion.
At a bank you go on risk with orders you don't even want , taking orders you know that are going to lose money ,its the commissions the bank depends on for taking the trade , win or lose , most of the time you are an opposite trade to make up for the loses on position the sales desk take.90% of your time is making prices 10% loading the trades into an algo and monitoring.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
Edward16
Nov 30 2016 at 15:32
10 posts
Surely I feel watching live videos can help beginners gain knowledge about forex. They can gain some very good trading techniques and also learn about various indicators which they can later use themselves while trading. Actually we can learn from their experiences. Also video tutorials can make traders confident about every step they take while trading.

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 30 2016 at 16:53
1944 posts
Yes there are loads, just knowing which ones to watch, a lot of BS out there.
Lex van dam has a free 7 day trial.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
lee42747 (lee42747)
Dec 07 2016 at 16:02
49 posts
snapdragon1970 posted:
Lex van dam has a free 7 day trial.


I heard about this guy Lex van dam many times already. Lots of positive feedbacks! I think he has a TV show or something... I will search for his videos online to find out more. Good that you mentioned it. 😄

HarriOshord
Dec 09 2016 at 12:50
19 posts
If you are a novice trader it is best to start with a 1 - 2 instruments and observe how they are used by experienced traders use. Well, as mentioned above, watch educational lectures and Slid over the current market closely

terrate
Dec 11 2016 at 07:34
8 posts
Edward16 posted:
Surely I feel watching live videos can help beginners gain knowledge about forex. They can gain some very good trading techniques and also learn about various indicators which they can later use themselves while trading. Actually we can learn from their experiences. Also video tutorials can make traders confident about every step they take while trading.


yes , we can learn the basic from them. If the ppl is scammer, we ald learn the basic. ^^

Hedge Fund, teaching is difficult because not many have the patience , they want get rich quick.


hedge fund not suitable for private trader.




Enjoy your Profit and Loss
ben08in (ben08in)
Dec 12 2016 at 14:38
47 posts
We need to be careful who we are watching and following and what is the motivation for the experienced trader to share and give such advices.

Trade fast, learn fast, never regret!
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