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Are there secret forex strategies in the forex market?
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BringmeFish

Miembro desde Jun 04, 2019  8 mensajes BringmeFish Jun 10 2019 at 13:44
So what can a retail trader so with out all this information. Is that why retail trader always fail?

parish

Miembro desde Nov 03, 2018  58 mensajes parish Jun 10 2019 at 13:52
BringmeFish posted:
So what can a retail trader so with out all this information. Is that why retail trader always fail?

it means that it is difficult to stay allive in forex
before you had a clear trend now the trends are confused ;
en every minute or hour theire is a news that shock the forex market
.
so easy its not

i trade to make money not to be right
apple1st

Miembro desde Sep 17, 2015  126 mensajes FXPIP ONE (apple1st) Jun 10 2019 at 15:14
the problem of market is that hard to predict and separate Trend with Flat

Engelbrechtas

Miembro desde Jun 13, 2019  1 mensajes Engelbrechtas Jun 21 2019 at 10:15
Professional4X posted:
parish posted:
Professional4X posted:
parish posted:
the holy grail is not for the retail traders .
the market makers have that .
because they have more info .
en have algo rytmes who are calculate
the difference between buyers en sellers .


The Holy Grail is not a simple algorithm which calculates the differences between buyers and sellers.
That's absurd. A Holy Grail system would be able to tell someone the exact moves and prices at all times so that you never have a losing trade.


that is why the market makers winning .
they change the direction of the market with their
algo rythmes l


No. And that's not how the markets work.
At this point in time there is no Holy Grail to trading that will allow you to always win regardless of the markets and regardless of the instrument being traded.



Good day trader

To me it sounds like you are a very wise trader. Yet I've got a question for you.
You explained that the market gives you three options.
1) market trending up. Option to buy
2) market not trending. No action
3) market trending down. Option to sell

In further examination this looks real. It gives you an success rate of only 33.33%
Because if you for example buy in the market, but the direction changes or stay. You will
not gain profitable.

Now my question is as follows. ( I'm a relative rookie trader)
Is there no way to calculate or eliminate risks to up the probability of your success
rate. Say to above 50% because then you know or should feel better about the trade.

El_diablo

Miembro desde Jun 21, 2019  1 mensajes El_diablo Jun 23 2019 at 05:56
sublimemarkets posted:
Hello,

There is no holy grail in forex trading. The reason that people struggle to find a solid investment strategy is because of the huge volume of free stuff out there that only creates noise and only makes it harder for someone to critically judge what works and what doesn't.

Instead of looking for 'secret' strategies, try to find out how the market really works and how you can make it work in your favor. There's much more in trading than ready made EA's doing all of the work (and losing most of your money) or chart patterns that 'indicate' where the market is going (and most of the times the 'indication' is false).

So long story short, no, there are no 'secret' strategies out there. Only people that have done their research and know how to manage money and risk.


amen to that sir. only way is to actually put in the work.

Professional4X

Miembro desde Jan 05, 2016  1189 mensajes Professional4X Jun 23 2019 at 06:04
Engelbrechtas posted:
To me it sounds like you are a very wise trader. Yet I've got a question for you.
You explained that the market gives you three options.
1) market trending up. Option to buy
2) market not trending. No action
3) market trending down. Option to sell

In further examination this looks real. It gives you an success rate of only 33.33%
Because if you for example buy in the market, but the direction changes or stay. You will
not gain profitable.

Now my question is as follows. ( I'm a relative rookie trader)
Is there no way to calculate or eliminate risks to up the probability of your success
rate. Say to above 50% because then you know or should feel better about the trade.



To clarify what I was saying.

1) trending up example:
If EUR_USD is bullish in the D1 (daily) trend, and the M15 trend appears bullish, then I would enter a long trade.
BUY EUR_USD

2) not trending example:
if EUR_USD is bullish in the D1 (daily) trend, but M1, M5, M15 all appear bearish, then I would not trade.
DO NOTHING

3) trending down example:
If EUR_USD is bearish in the D1 (daily) trend, and the M15 trend appears bearish, then I would enter a short trade.
SELL EUR_USD

The odds of a random selection of the correct trend is 50% long, 50% short.
Even if you open the ticket when the market is ranging or not moving, the odds are still 50:50 of the correct direction because eventually the market is going to move one way or the other.

To increase probability, look for high probability candle patterns, look at the PSAR, MTF Cycles, MTF trend analysis, and multiple currency pair analysis. Trade small, and step additional trades into the profitable basket.

There is no way to remove 100% of risk when trading, but those risks can be properly managed.
Pay close attention to trending markets, fundamentals, news events, technical analysis, etc etc etc. It's all important.

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
AmDiab

Miembro desde Apr 18, 2017  676 mensajes AmDiab Jun 23 2019 at 06:10
apple1st posted:
the problem of market is that hard to predict and separate Trend with Flat


Do you use support resistant tool on your chart? I am sure. S/R levels will help you to understand the market trend; use the D1 time frame.

Gabor33

Miembro desde Dec 09, 2016  49 mensajes Gabor33 Jun 23 2019 at 12:50
El_diablo posted:
sublimemarkets posted:
Hello,

There is no holy grail in forex trading. The reason that people struggle to find a solid investment strategy is because of the huge volume of free stuff out there that only creates noise and only makes it harder for someone to critically judge what works and what doesn't.

Instead of looking for 'secret' strategies, try to find out how the market really works and how you can make it work in your favor. There's much more in trading than ready made EA's doing all of the work (and losing most of your money) or chart patterns that 'indicate' where the market is going (and most of the times the 'indication' is false).

So long story short, no, there are no 'secret' strategies out there. Only people that have done their research and know how to manage money and risk.


amen to that sir. only way is to actually put in the work.


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Stock_Cycles11

Miembro desde Jun 29, 2019  16 mensajes Stock_Cycles11 Jul 24 2019 at 22:11 (editado a las Jul 24 2019 at 22:15 )
euraud cycle analysis secret. Up coming predictions.



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Stock_Cycles11

Miembro desde Jun 29, 2019  16 mensajes Stock_Cycles11 Jul 24 2019 at 22:25
Cycle currently under way in gbpusd. Price high due about July 30.
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