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Useful software for market analysis?

Evelpist (Evelpist)
Sep 28 2020 at 12:13
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For a while I tried to find analitical software but, after some reserch, I started wondering if it even exists. Pieces that I found at first glance were good, but after some research I discover a lot of claims that it is a scam and software does not work as it is advertized to.
Thus I have a question if anyone has experience using such software? Are there any good ones out there?

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Mingzhu (Mingzhu)
Oct 01 2020 at 11:28
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This is a pressing issue. Many are looking for the grail, but it is not possible to create a robot that will always trade profitably. The market changes and so does the indicators.

Izan45_ (Izan45_)
Oct 01 2020 at 12:06
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There is definitely analytical software that can be used to forgive market movements with a high probability. Munus is that there are indeed gradual changes in trading and there is a need to periodically adjust the system.

Guilber (Guilber)
Oct 01 2020 at 12:10
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Mario_ii (Mario_ii)
Oct 01 2020 at 12:32
11 Beiträge
I use my Expert Advisors and they help me a lot in trading.

Roland5463 (Roland5463)
Oct 01 2020 at 13:24
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I support. I used 2 Expert Advisors, bought for a lot of money. And as a result, I lost my money. Although the first time there was a profit.

AliaDare
Oct 01 2020 at 22:55
351 Beiträge

There is much useful software for analysis in trading. Software that helps you to profit consistently. I use Moving Average and macdi divergence trading platforms. This expert advisor helps me a lot in trading.

marco_mmbiz
Oct 02 2020 at 08:01
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Guilber posted:
BRAIN!

Best answer here!
Always try to trade on your own. No EA/software/robot is perfect on long terms. There's no 'make money fast' scheme out there and also not a single EA who's giving you steady profits for more than 5 years, only if you're willing to take way too high risks on short terms. If you'd like to have a consistent 'passive income' or something for your pension: go to your local investment bank or insurance agency. They can do much better on long terms. You can't trust any EA, only if you are programming it for yourself and willing to update it every single month. So, you need a lot of experience before you start with that in a professional and consistent way.
Good luck!

Agazon
Oct 06 2020 at 09:26
8 Beiträge
I often use programs that help in trading. Since I cannot devote a lot of time to spend near the computer and monitor the market. In my experience, most of the programs they want to sell you are all useless junk. Of course there are interesting options that cost a lot of money. But in the long term, they also cannot work, due to constant changes in the market. Therefore, it is very important that the advisor developer provides the necessary technical support. support and correction of settings.

netcorp (netcorp)
Oct 06 2020 at 10:27
4 Beiträge
Trade by using Expert Advisors is more calm for me, because pshihological factor is excepted. I think 5% per month is real to get for a long-term. 2.5 years of trading experience.

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