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Richard Rest (Prest)
Nov 29 2020 at 11:38
43 posts
Samuelkoi posted:
Prest posted:
MP_89 posted:
and this is being told to me by a prehistoric man who, i suppose, still cannot believe all these 'new technologies' and draws a market chart by hand.


Now I'll tell you a little about you. You probably lost your money so many times that you decided that the only way to earn it was not to participate, so you transferred this responsibility to an advisor. hah 😉


I'm glad that you have the same opinion as me. It seems to me that this person is simply out of touch with the reality of trading or wants to sell his ea.


I'm still waiting for his answer...

I don't deny that advisors using can be justified. But only if this advisor is made by the trader(user). But this trader must have extensive experience in manual trading + be able to program advisors. This is a fairly extensive knowledge. But I repeat, this does not remove all the responsibility.
Some an important aspect in successful trading is understanding economic processes and tracking news, which the EA is absolutely unable to do, again because the machine cannot analyze human decisions and behavior.

And finally, the absence of emotions is not only an advantage that everyone constantly remembers. This is also a disadvantage, because EA action is an algorithm, but trading in the FX market sometimes requires non-standard solutions.

my experience is my profit
Akalay (Akalay)
Nov 29 2020 at 12:42
10 posts
MP_89 posted:
Samuelkoi posted:
MP_89 posted:

i think trade with ea helps the beginners better understand the market. and it’s quite good trading experience.

you asks me about arguments.
i'll tell you most important argument for ea. huge time savings.
1. i dont fully researching the current market situation, i dont make forecasts, etc. the advisor does all this for me.
2. i dont need to stay awake for days and monitor the minimum oscilation of each pips.
3. i get a constant profit.
want more arguments? trade with ea at least once. then you'll understand.


Oh, and how dos using EA help newcomer understand the market without trading?
It's not at all necessary to constantly be near the terminal to trade. You can take long-term trading as a basis, instead of nervous scalping.
In the first point, you say that you don't follow the market analysis. And wha will happen if a trend ea gets into a flat correction and you will not be near the terminal to turn it off?



ea'll help beginners by analyzing its work, the signals by which it opens and closes orders. over time beginners understand by what criteria their advisor opens new positions. and then beginners will already understand whether he wants to trade with ea or manualy.
and you twist my words!! i didn’t say i don’t follow market analysis at all. i said i don't do it fully.
and i repeat 100 times more that ea needs to be updated. of course if you don't do it you'll lose sooner or later.
so think before you write any nonsense, dear!



What is best broker to trade with EA then? Do you know any?

MP_89
Nov 30 2020 at 10:38
47 posts
Prest posted:
MP_89 posted:
and this is being told to me by a prehistoric man who, i suppose, still cannot believe all these 'new technologies' and draws a market chart by hand. Richi dear don't make me laugh. 😁😁😁
what can someone like you know about artificial intelligence or the work of advisors?


Hey, what can you know about me? Your conclusions are hasty due to the lack of arguments. The advisor cannot be a full substitute for manual trading in the market, which is directly dependent on the humans behavior.

I may accept the fact that advisors can be used, but only if you want to lose all your funds.


you don't want accept the fact manual trading is wasted time and effort. now is the time of technology and any advisor can be configured as you like. even so, if you need to switch to manual trading at any time you can do it.
if you prefer scalping you set up ea for scalping. trade with long-term trading set it up for long-term trading, etc.

MP_89
Nov 30 2020 at 10:43
47 posts
Prest posted:
MP_89 posted:
and this is being told to me by a prehistoric man who, i suppose, still cannot believe all these 'new technologies' and draws a market chart by hand.


Now I'll tell you a little about you. You probably lost your money so many times that you decided that the only way to earn it was not to participate, so you transferred this responsibility to an advisor. hah 😉



Richi if you want to hurt me in any way, you can't do it 😁😀 yes i lost money somehow. and it was because of buying cheap signals. i was young and stupid. still consider buying signals a waste of money.
and still using ea is my responsibility and my money of course!!!
and you apparently once lost money on buying cheap ea otherwise how else to explain your open hate and defense of manual trading. 😀😀😀
you can buy at least 10 advisors or 1000 signals or trade manualy but if you are brainless, you'll still lose 😄 and i'm not brainless Richi.

Samuelkoi
Dec 01 2020 at 11:38
24 posts
Prest posted:

I don't deny that advisors using can be justified. But only if this advisor is made by the trader(user). But this trader must have extensive experience in manual trading + be able to program advisors. This is a fairly extensive knowledge. But I repeat, this does not remove all the responsibility.


However, with the growth of eas popularity and variety, the 95% rule has not changed and most traders continue to lose their money. Then the number of high-quality eas is 5% of the total number of them.

Samuelkoi
Dec 01 2020 at 11:41
24 posts
Akalay posted:
What is best broker to trade with EA then? Do you know any?


Does that matters?

MP_89
Dec 01 2020 at 12:49
47 posts
Samuelkoi posted:
MP_89 posted:
ea'll help beginners by analyzing its work, the signals by which it opens and closes orders. over time beginners understand by what criteria their advisor opens new positions. and then beginners will already understand whether he wants to trade with ea or manualy.
and you twist my words!! i didn’t say i don’t follow market analysis at all. i said i don't do it fully.
and i repeat 100 times more that ea needs to be updated. of course if you don't do it you'll lose sooner or later.
so think before you write any nonsense, dear!


I have never met anyone who could learn to trade by analyzing the trade of ea. This is a freakish teaching in my opinion.
You don't follow all the time, but the market can change any minute, just as you step away from your pc.

You correctly said only one phrase during the posting:
MP_89 posted:
you'll lose sooner or later.


everyone has theirown concept of normality dear. if this method of market analysis doesnt suit you it doent mean this method won't suit another trader.
i have question for you. since you said market can change direction in a second after you just have to move away from pc. ok. its really possible. but will market behave differently if you trade manually?? won't it change the direction in a second???
think dear. think well before you answer me.

ForxForLife
Dec 01 2020 at 17:04
54 posts
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Dec 03 2020 at 06:03
1 posts
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MP_89
Dec 03 2020 at 12:32
47 posts
Akalay posted:
MP_89 posted:
Samuelkoi posted:
MP_89 posted:

i think trade with ea helps the beginners better understand the market. and it’s quite good trading experience.

you asks me about arguments.
i'll tell you most important argument for ea. huge time savings.
1. i dont fully researching the current market situation, i dont make forecasts, etc. the advisor does all this for me.
2. i dont need to stay awake for days and monitor the minimum oscilation of each pips.
3. i get a constant profit.
want more arguments? trade with ea at least once. then you'll understand.


Oh, and how dos using EA help newcomer understand the market without trading?
It's not at all necessary to constantly be near the terminal to trade. You can take long-term trading as a basis, instead of nervous scalping.
In the first point, you say that you don't follow the market analysis. And wha will happen if a trend ea gets into a flat correction and you will not be near the terminal to turn it off?



ea'll help beginners by analyzing its work, the signals by which it opens and closes orders. over time beginners understand by what criteria their advisor opens new positions. and then beginners will already understand whether he wants to trade with ea or manualy.
and you twist my words!! i didn’t say i don’t follow market analysis at all. i said i don't do it fully.
and i repeat 100 times more that ea needs to be updated. of course if you don't do it you'll lose sooner or later.
so think before you write any nonsense, dear!



What is best broker to trade with EA then? Do you know any?


i don’t know what your advisor. how can i recommend you broker? you have choose. 😀😀 i can reccomend look how your ea is set up and choose broker allows ea to trade. and of course broker allows the type of trading that your ea is configured.
that's all dear. 😉

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