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Trading alongside a day job....

Chris (chrish9070)
Jun 16 2013 at 06:03
45 posts
I wouldnt use an EA if I was you, they dont have the ability to change around market conditions. EA's have to work off the past but its anticipation and current price action that is much more reliable. Just need to put a few hrs in over time and learn as much as you can.

Ejam the Great (EFX) (Jake_n_Finn)
Jun 16 2013 at 11:28
19 posts
yup..agree..EA couldn't react to the news release.

experience + effort = wealth
jimmybh
Jun 18 2013 at 12:27
5 posts
JMichael posted:
Hey all. I have just joined the Autotrade, using 4 systems. Anyone joined the Autotrade and what are the results?


Yup have done the same and being very conservative by following just two systems, started with a demo balance of $1000, currently $860ish.....

Without Risk There Is No Reward
forexeasymoney
Jun 18 2013 at 19:20
7 posts
TRADING is full day job and if done correctly can earn good money

jimmybh
Jul 05 2013 at 08:24
5 posts
jimmybh posted:
JMichael posted:
Hey all. I have just joined the Autotrade, using 4 systems. Anyone joined the Autotrade and what are the results?


Yup have done the same and being very conservative by following just two systems, started with a demo balance of $1000, currently $860ish.....


shocking progress so far on my demo autotrade account....

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/jimmybh/jbhsocialtrading/603591

JMichael, how are you finding it?

Without Risk There Is No Reward
jimmybh
Jul 05 2013 at 08:24
5 posts
Well, for those of you out there still trying to trade alongside the day job I have discovered these guys https://www.daytradingforexlive.com/

Very interesting take on the markets, lots of free education and videos, and a method that I think will work around a day job.....am still learning their methods but so far so good....if anything it is has expanded my knowledge and added more robustness to my own style of trading...

Without Risk There Is No Reward
Sharle
Jul 22 2013 at 08:02
23 posts
I don't know. I trade during my working hours. Maybe it is not something that everyone can do, but my time frame is H1. It is enough for me to look at the chart 3-4 times during the working hours. I tried the EA, but discovered that they are still need to be controlled. There is a possibility i choose a wrong one)) Any advises are appreciated.

landshark
Jul 24 2013 at 09:06
1 posts
I am a truck driver and work 12 hour days. For me the best results have been using daily time frame and waiting for the New York close to determine entry, exit, or stop loss placement and adjustment. I use a simple crossover system with ema-2, ema-5, and ema-10. I haven't been trading long but so far it has been profitable and it takes me about 10 minutes a day to analyze the charts. Good luck with your trading. My progress -https://www.myfxbook.com/members/landshark/landshark/517730

Clerical (Clerical)
Jul 24 2013 at 15:16
30 posts
Не смотря на все отрицательные отзывы о Советниках пробую пока на Демо со своими настройками. По не известной причине не могу прицепить сюда Счет на котором у меня торгуется на 5-ти парах.
Начало работы Советников можно посмотреть.
Все замечания будут интересны.
Всем стабильного Профита!

Не гадаю куда пойдет Рынок - имею решение на движение в любую сторону.
Jacob (JSFF)
Jul 25 2013 at 10:04
17 posts
For people who have a day job, instead of doing the trade manually, they can choose to do the trade automatically using EA (Expert Advisor). I have EA that I made by myself, please have a look here --> https://www.myfxbook.com/members/JSFF

Keep on Trading, time will tell either We will Succes or Fail, If Stop now when not yet Success, then it is surely Failed already ...
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