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Becoming a scalper

Gingerrogers
Dec 04 2020 at 12:53
28 Posts
Planning to do only scalping for my future sessions. Strictly need no compromise on:
- Spreads
- Commission charges
- Latency
- Accessibility
Need help in choosing a platform. Only experienced recommendations please.

Holloss Come (Comeholloss)
Dec 04 2020 at 18:52
4 Posts
Gingerrogers posted:
Planning to do only scalping for my future sessions. Strictly need no compromise on:
- Spreads
- Commission charges
- Latency
- Accessibility
Need help in choosing a platform. Only experienced recommendations please.


Bonsoir,

Je scalp le DOWJONES tout les après - midis, je serais donc à même de re répondre.

Un courtier de référence sur le sujet: IBKR, qui permet l'utilisation de la plateforme PROREALTIME.

Je l'utilise et peut te confirmer que c'est un excellent choix.

Simple d'utilisation et confortable, ne te restreint pas à notre chère plateforme MT4-5.

Bonne soirée à toi, Bon retour sur les marchés et BON TRADE !!!!! 😎

Silver Nest "Nous connaissons la bonne manière de négocier"
jmaster
Dec 04 2020 at 20:05
47 Posts
well, with any market you will eventually get a slippage...you should look at futures markets as there i find less slippage than CFD brokers.

Gareylinn509
Dec 08 2020 at 07:54
34 Posts
Honestly, I like scalping too. The profits are great but there are 3 things that you should consider before starting.
Pay close attention to placing all the trades carefully
Use the right tools for the live feed
Get a direct access broker

Harshalmark09
Dec 08 2020 at 11:26
15 Posts
Why stick to just Scalping? I find it very risky and uncertain. And as far as the broker goes, most of them don’t restrict using any strategy so just pick a respectable one.

Scarymaniak
Dec 08 2020 at 13:28
28 Posts
Great! Hope you have a strong exit strategy ready for it.

Holloss Come (Comeholloss)
Dec 08 2020 at 13:40
4 Posts
I am currently in position on the DJ.

Tarket at 29 930 PIP😎

Silver Nest "Nous connaissons la bonne manière de négocier"
Wildbill
Dec 08 2020 at 13:41
38 Posts
I tried scalping as a newbie. Ultimately it is a losing strategy and the tension of very short trades will wear you down. Remember there is the problem of the charges of spreads going in and going out (although most trading platforms hide the going out charge). It is hard to scalp with a risk to reward ratio of at least 1 to 2 because your stop losses will be hit frequently because of the normal wobble of the market. And if you add more risk (higher stop losses than your target to prevent that) one maximum loss is hard to make up.

Example: Set a SL for 30 pips and profit taking at 5-8. How many trades with profit of 8 pips will it take to make up for one loss and don't forget to include the spreads in and out????

You are trading against the banks and other big boys like hedge funds. They don't scalp and make lots of money off of scalpers. Their goal is to take your money and they are pros at that, wouldn't you say??? You need to think like them and set a target of 55 pips. Why? That's the minimum target they use. The reason is they use the Fibonacci sequences to signal other big boys and knowledgeable traders what they are doing.

Try trading both ways on a demo account and see which one works over time

Gabriel (GabrielO)
Dec 15 2020 at 10:41
9 Posts
Scalping is an opportunity for quick income, but long trades bring more income. Do you agree?

first_time
Dec 18 2020 at 11:57
73 Posts
You can try out MT4/MT5 with Fxview, they have a good trading conditions specially made for scalping. Low commission and tight spreads with instant order execution.

ElliotCooke
Dec 19 2020 at 13:30
341 Posts
Gareylinn509 posted:
Honestly, I like scalping too. The profits are great but there are 3 things that you should consider before starting.
Pay close attention to placing all the trades carefully
Use the right tools for the live feed
Get a direct access broker

Thanx for your advice. I also like scalping. It will help me to make my decisions easily.

Fabiandelph842
Dec 23 2020 at 10:33
24 Posts
That is great. Scalping is a good strategy and can be quite profitable at times, good luck.

Iman O (ImanTheTrader)
Dec 27 2020 at 21:02
7 Posts
Scalping, if done correctly and with a good strategy, could give you peace of mind having no trades open while you go about your daily activities.
Lastly, Stick to your rules or it could be your biggest failure.

Master your emotions first, you will defeat the markets.
EbonyJones
Dec 28 2020 at 21:00
232 Posts
The readymade strategy may not suit you. Every trader has different types of trading qualities. So, it is better to customize your strategy if you want to make money from this market.

Jude_craig
Dec 30 2020 at 06:09
81 Posts
ImanTheTrader posted:
Scalping, if done correctly and with a good strategy, could give you peace of mind having no trades open while you go about your daily activities.
Lastly, Stick to your rules or it could be your biggest failure.


Do you scalp too? Is it profitable?

mdundifx
Dec 30 2020 at 08:28
5 Posts
Hi, I only do scalping in the M5. Only one pair (GBP/USD), with SL = 15 pips e TP = 5 pips.


Trading for a living
Christian Paul (8christianpaul8)
Jan 06 2021 at 13:54
112 Posts
@mdundifx are you a consistently profitable scalper? I'd love to hear more of your experience with scalping. I've been testing a couple of strategies so I want to gain more idea.

Trading is a marathon, not a sprint.
robindude
Jan 16 2021 at 06:55
107 Posts
Would love to know more about scalping and how effective but dangerous it can be for every trader, especially the newbie.

Kazile
Jan 17 2021 at 13:37
119 Posts
The scalping method in Forex can be based on various strategies that differ in the degree of aggressiveness, methods of analysis, the use of automated assistants for transactions, and other parameters.

turduckenpant
Jan 20 2021 at 09:58
29 Posts
Scalping is great but make sure you have some good idea of entry and exit points. Will help you a lot later. Good luck.

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