Ok, thank you, lately I am stocking on studying and demo account does not make me feel so energizing... I'd rather maybe restart with small little account with real money, maybe that way I can be more attracted by the Forex, at the moment.
The First Thing After Registering you should read this 10 times at least :D
SERIOUS WARNING !!!
-Most Forex traders lose all their money. -Using the robots posted here in trading Forex does not guarantee success. -Trading these robots could lead to serious financial loss. -Trading these robots without understanding their underlying trading strategies guarantees traders will lose their money. -A trading robot is a maximum of 90% as good as the manual strategy it trades. because myself sometimes forget about this risk 😇
-Trading these robots could lead to serious financial loss. Putting your money in a bank can lead to serious financial losses, just ask those that had their money in a Cypress bank just recently and bank stocks in 2008. Any investment has the propensity to lose money, but the whole idea of becoming a trader is to learn how to manage your risks, not avoid them, you can't make any money that way.
-Trading these robots without understanding their underlying trading strategies guarantees traders will lose their money. There are no guarantees, even to the dark side. It may not be intelligent to use something that you don't understand but I will put my money on a non emotional proven computer program that I don't understand long before I will a live trader doing something that I don't understand.
-A trading robot is a maximum of 90% as good as the manual strategy it trades. Some robot strategies don't have a manual counter part. Take the PIG (Passive Income Generator) for example, http:www.myfxbook.com/members/ForexAssistant/passive-income-generator/685841 I can show you in detail how it works, prove all the math, but you can't trade this system manually, I can't do it either, because the whole system was designed for the computer.
Use your logic, computers beat the Grandmaster of chess, the best in the world, back in the 1990's. (Deep Blue) Watson, just beat the 2 best Jeopardy champions, one of which won over 80 straight competitions. Watson didn't just win, it was a run-a-way. Computers do surgery in places humans can't touch. Given all this, why are there some that hold to such out dated beliefs as investment robots can't perform well? Don't have an answer to that but just because one person can't do something, it doesn't mean it can't be done. However, I have yet to see a technical trading system that was safe for investing. I don't care about huge returns, I want safety, and that is why I invest with proven robotic programs. Safety!
'Stay away those who try to sell you products. They want only one thing, your pocked.'
No, they can't use your pocket, they want money and are willing to perform a function in exchange. The guy selling couches, wants your money, the question is, do you want his couch? If it works for you and you agree to the price, why should you avoid him because he wants money in exchange for his labor or someone else's labor needed to build the couch?
All I am saying is use your intelligence and don't just follow something said on these talk shows. I get all of these posts sent to my e-mail and seldom interrupt. I said nothing as Ardit derailed the topic of 'What to do after registering for MyFxBook. I only take time to bump the conversation back to some type of reality when I see people making harmful comments.
Just for the record, I am a researcher and do not sell to the public, however, my wife does. Why, I don't know. She may be insane.
Here is my website, forex-assistant.com, go try to buy something there. You won't need your wallet, there isn't one damn thing to buy, but the innuendo was that since I defend the intelligent use of robotics, you should stay away from me because my research with computerized investing is not worth the consideration of actually paying for my work.
In what world does that make sense?
I will promise you that, if my programs don't work, no one will buy them. After all, anyone can use them free for as long as they want to on any demo account. On the other hand, if they do work, why warn people away?
Emotions are not good for trading, and they are not good for deciding which strategies are better for your use. You all have good minds or you would not have made it this far, use them to decide which way to go. And please don't run away from things that you don't currently understand, because when you do come to understand them, you are more advanced than all those who have run away.
And now I am going to disappear back into my shadow. Good luck all.
Hi, You need to set the investor password in the platform. Go to Tools > Options > Server Tab < Change Button Best regards Steve
11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
sisiw posted: Hi everyone. Just registered here and wanna learn something about trading. Could anyone tell me how i can quickly learn how to trade?
Good luck to you. Myfxbook is a great site where all traders can share their experience. You can learn this information. As for me I have studied forex trading on demo accounts and educational materials also helped me.
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