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marco_mmbiz

Member Since Jul 20, 2019  294 posts marco_mmbiz Sep 28 at 12:34

patience is the key
Robert647373

Member Since Feb 25, 2020  64 posts Robert (Robert647373) Sep 29 at 11:08
Evelpist posted:
Sorry. I meant whether you use additional software for market analysis. Perhaps you can recommend something?


All indicators I use are selfmade so I won't be able to recommend you anything. But, if you find something usefull, please PM me.

Evelpist

Member Since Apr 09, 2020  19 posts Evelpist (Evelpist) Oct 01 at 09:45
Good afternoon.
Tell Robert what you think of fully automated trading systems. I'm trying to get my head around this issue. Do you think there are systems that can allow you to make a profit over a long period of time? I have found several traders who claim to follow these systems. Does it make sense to cooperate with them?

A walking person is always faster than a standing person
Izan45_

Member Since May 04, 2020  8 posts Izan (Izan45_) Oct 01 at 12:21
All traders are always interested in the question of when to close a minus of a losing trade. How do you determine for yourself the place where your losing trade will be closed?

Robert647373

Member Since Feb 25, 2020  64 posts Robert (Robert647373) Oct 02 at 15:01
Evelpist posted:
Good afternoon.
Tell Robert what you think of fully automated trading systems. I'm trying to get my head around this issue. Do you think there are systems that can allow you to make a profit over a long period of time? I have found several traders who claim to follow these systems. Does it make sense to cooperate with them?


Hello
Evelpist

Such systems have a place to be, I myself use such a system of my own development. Very often, such systems have months or even years of work behind them.

At the same time you always need to remember, that the market is a living organism, constantly changing, therefore do not expect that you would install an EA system once and get showered in profits. A really working system needs constant supervision and adjustments to be done.

I may not advise you to work or not to work with anybody. Everyone should choose to trust or not trust another person themselves.

RyanSchultz

Member Since Mar 04, 2010  22 posts Ryan Schultz (RyanSchultz) Oct 02 at 20:04
Robert647373 posted:
At the same time you always need to remember, that the market is a living organism, constantly changing, therefore do not expect that you would install an EA system once and get showered in profits. A really working system needs constant supervision and adjustments to be done.

Exactly !! i am surprised when somebody needs grail... yeah, i am wanted to be healthy and rich as well))) but we need to do something for it) not just install and wait)

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Robert647373

Member Since Feb 25, 2020  64 posts Robert (Robert647373) Oct 05 at 14:21
Izan45_ posted:
All traders are always interested in the question of when to close a minus of a losing trade. How do you determine for yourself the place where your losing trade will be closed?


Before you start trading, you need to draft a clear plan of action. In order to guide yourself later, during trading, where you should close a losing position, and where you can afford to leave it for a while.
That way, you don't need to listen to the inner voice of hope. You just need to follow the rules you set yourself.

Agazon

Member Since Oct 06, 2020  4 posts Agazon Oct 06 at 09:59
Robert647373 posted:
Izan45_ posted:
All traders are always interested in the question of when to close a minus of a losing trade. How do you determine for yourself the place where your losing trade will be closed?


Before you start trading, you need to draft a clear plan of action. In order to guide yourself later, during trading, where you should close a losing position, and where you can afford to leave it for a while.
That way, you don't need to listen to the inner voice of hope. You just need to follow the rules you set yourself.


Making a plan and sticking to a strategy is good. But sometimes unpredictable movements occur in the market, and then you have to take everything into your own hands. And to save the account, close unexpected losses. But in general you are right.

Evelpist

Member Since Apr 09, 2020  19 posts Evelpist (Evelpist) Oct 09 at 06:21
Hello
 Robert.



What should you pay attention to when choosing an EA? What are the main qualities of an EA?

A walking person is always faster than a standing person
Robert647373

Member Since Feb 25, 2020  64 posts Robert (Robert647373) Oct 12 at 12:38
Evelpist posted:
 Hello
 Robert.



What should you pay attention to when choosing an EA? What are the main qualities of an EA?


Hello Evelpist


There are so many general discussions where you can glean this information.
If you are asking me for advice, I cannot tell you without understanding your requirements, desires and limitations.

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