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$ 1000 to $ 10 000 in 4 weeks ?? * real account

Mr_PIP
Mar 21 2015 at 19:16
posts 14
kanon103
Mar 21 2015 at 21:08
posts 99
Mr_PIP posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Mr_PIP/darwintrader/1193331 1000% in 2 weeks..

wondering how long its gonna lasts.
HURRICANE INVEST (XFavorit)
Mar 22 2015 at 09:05
posts 41
you guys really all there is not in your mind, as you all are trading forex? learn to trade...
You should have the EDGE...
Mr_PIP
Mar 22 2015 at 09:16
posts 14
It can last long if I change the lot size to protect the fund.
HURRICANE INVEST (XFavorit)
Mar 22 2015 at 14:38
posts 41
so long, on for 2 more weeks, maybe a little more
You should have the EDGE...
Sebast (sebast)
Mar 23 2015 at 08:12
posts 52
Mr_PIP what's your strategy :-) ?
vontogr (togr)
Mar 23 2015 at 15:32
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kanon103 posted:
Mr_PIP posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Mr_PIP/darwintrader/1193331 1000% in 2 weeks..

wondering how long its gonna lasts.
@kanon103
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Sorry, but this system was deleted by it's creator.
kanon103
Mar 23 2015 at 21:42
posts 99
togr posted:
kanon103 posted:
Mr_PIP posted:
https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Mr_PIP/darwintrader/1193331 1000% in 2 weeks..

wondering how long its gonna lasts.
@kanon103
You Are Here : Home / Mr_PIP / DarwinTrader
Sorry, but this system was deleted by it's creator.

thats ok, i saw that coming. later than i thought
Franz (Columbus)
Mar 25 2015 at 10:11
posts 11
Trends Surfer (Hawy)
Apr 10 2015 at 08:18
posts 8
SubTh3ory posted:
I've been hesitant to invest my time in Forex Trading because I hear both success stories and failure stories. I hear so many people talk about how there are strategies you can use to succeed, and then others that will come right after them and tell everyone that it doesn't work.

There is something that I am certain of, however: The concept of foreign currency trading is simple - The market goes up, and it goes down. If I always knew which way it was going to go, I could be rich.

The hard part is really just predicting the market. As far as I know, the market repeats itself, to some extent. Now, I don't know how true that is, but I am certainly curious of how the market really works.

I have been looking at Nial Fuller's information, and I've heard some people state that Nial is using an "outdated" system of pin-bar trading. This brings me more confusion. In other words, if a system can become "outdated" then this seems to imply that the market does NOT repeat itself, and that it is inevitably unpredictable to an extreme that makes me back off of Forex even further.

I just need to know if what you guys are saying in this thread is possible at all and I want proof of this.

Thank you!

-Paul

Paul,
I have had the same thoughts as yours since Jan,2014, I tried on a demo account that time with no knowledge, and I couldn't understand anything, so I quit the idea of trading shortly after I started, I was under so much stress at work at this time and had no time.
I forgot all about Forex for 9-10 months but Lately early this year, I met a new friend who made some profits using forex, but not as a trader, as a follower to a signal provider (a person who trades, and all his trades are copied into your account automatically with the size you determine) or by enrolling under a Fund manager/PAMM.
He made a lot of profits and lost a lot too. he just awaken the idea in my head again, and we both agreed that this sorts of profits exist, but first you have to accept taking measured risks.
at that point (only 3 months ago) I started searching, googling everything, I wanted to understand what is a pip, what is a margin, equity, balance, leverage, ....etc.
MyFxbook came on my way, which is a GREAT place to be.
I don't have time to go attend courses, so I ordered recorded seminars, DVD Training materials, and started learning at a fast pace in my available time.
As I started I opened a new demo account practicing everything I learn, by end of February I started making some consistent profits (Demo account), Recovering from losses, I started with Technical Analysis (Analyzing the charts), lately I started following the news from the news calender available here (Fundamental Trading).
I researched many robots, that automatically generate profits, but at the end I feel more comfortable learning and trading my own money.
only few days ago my friend who awakened the forex idea again inside me saw my results, and encouraged me to subscribe a trader signal provider on one of the websites using my demo account, and he also followed me with a real $100 account, this is giving me the emotional impact of trading, knowing that someone's real money (no matter how much) is affected by my decisions, and it's someone I know.

So If you want to become a trader like me , this is my Advise to you:
1-know briefly the financial history of the world and how it evolved (DVD would be enough)
2-Learn Technical Analysis in Forex
3-Learn Fundamental trading
4-Learn some strategies (learn what a strategy means)-(How you trade & how you manage your money)
5-Learn about Money management, Risk management, Capital preservation

From step 1, open a demo account and practice everything you learn.

I am sure If you do that, you will be writing here helping other new traders in a short while.
Isodhius
Apr 10 2015 at 17:15
posts 3
Hi,
Yes I agree and have been doing that since the past year. Here's how my real a/c has done after getting the strategy in place from Oct '14.

https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Isodhius/isodhius/1120707
ScalpingRus
Apr 10 2015 at 20:52
posts 116
Trading fundamentals has proven to lead to larger losses then technical analysis. Reason being as Fundamental trading is based more on personal Bias, instead of the rules of supply and demand which this market is built on.
ScalpingRus
Apr 10 2015 at 20:52
posts 116
RahmanSL posted:
Paul Ingram:

There is indeed money to be made from the forex market.....BUT before you start on trading the forex market, preset your mind to treat that as another investment instrument and NOT a -get-rich-quick scheme.
Forget what others are telling you about making tons of money in the forex market because the ONLY way they did that was taking HUGE gambling risk and go all in to get huge potential profits in a great hurry.

My advice to you is, as I have been advocating for sometime now, is to go into the forex market with money you can afford to lose.
If your account is small (i.e below usd1,000) make only maximum 2 trades with maximum 0.02 lot size trades at any one time and take profits as you think fit. ONLY after all your positions have been closed out, then make two more trades.

Whenever you have additional spare money, deposit that into your trading account to build it up over a period of time.....kinda like you would do with a bank fixed deposit. The difference between a forex trading account and a bank account is that, even if you make a mere US1 per day, you would still get USD210 profits per year which is much, much more than any bank in the world will pay you for interest.

 Go into the forex market with confidence because the choice is yours to make and mistakes or profits made will be what you decide to do.

All the best!

 You think that taking ¨small risk¨is the best way to trade. The reality is it is a slow death. Risk, although a bias word in nature, in the terms of forex is ¨being exposed¨to the market. If you have an open order then the reality is no matter how SMALL your order is, it stands to be the order which margin calls your account. Most people focus on getting the last position right, instead of taking the BEST position at the time. Quick trades and lowering your exposer to the market is the way to go.
CrazyTraderfx (CrazyTrader)
Apr 10 2015 at 21:11
posts 1718
ScalpingRus posted:
You think that taking ¨small risk¨is the best way to trade. The reality is it is a slow death. Risk, although a bias word in nature, in the terms of forex is ¨being exposed¨to the market. If you have an open order then the reality is no matter how SMALL your order is, it stands to be the order which margin calls your account. Most people focus on getting the last position right, instead of taking the BEST position at the time. Quick trades and lowering your exposer to the market is the way to go.

Why you always try to teach the only one WAY to trade? Like if yours was a proven model in forex world. lol

All we can notice from you is every 15 days you have a new account with custom start dates (never longer than 10 days) with a different broker name... So you are just showing the way you blow accounts every friday.

By the way, I guess you were looking for an 5 minutes engulfing pattern on eurusd to get long this week.... while it was obvious to short from 1.10 area.

Oh yeah... I almost forgot, you can't predict forex market.... It is so easy to do than I will soon create a fundamental EA
Barzvar
Apr 11 2015 at 11:15
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RahmanSL
Apr 11 2015 at 11:17
posts 209
We all take risk daily and in our entire life.....it's called calculated risk.There is always an element of risk in our action & inaction.

If we want to make good money from the forex market, then have the necessary capital to do so in the first place because money makes money in the financial world.
We all know nothing can stay the same for long, every 'buy/sell' position will become a 'sell/buy' sooner or later. Banks & large institution investment capital dump in millions and hold their position(s) for that few percent profits which, due to their large investment, translate into millions and even billions.

I am sure there are some who make very good money from trading the forex & other markets with small starting capital, but they are the exception with a combination of skill and very good luck.
FXtrader2010
Apr 11 2015 at 22:35
posts 724
1000 to 10000 in 4 weeks is possible. Ive done it. Ive done 100 to 16000 in one day . Anything is possible. The only thing limiting is your mind!
Barzvar
Apr 12 2015 at 06:44
posts 35
RahmanSL posted:
We all take risk daily and in our entire life.....it's called calculated risk.There is always an element of risk in our action & inaction.

If we want to make good money from the forex market, then have the necessary capital to do so in the first place because money makes money in the financial world.
We all know nothing can stay the same for long, every 'buy/sell' position will become a 'sell/buy' sooner or later. Banks & large institution investment capital dump in millions and hold their position(s) for that few percent profits which, due to their large investment, translate into millions and even billions.

I am sure there are some who make very good money from trading the forex & other markets with small starting capital, but they are the exception with a combination of skill and very good luck.

Money makes Money ! But Risk mangment is really Important fact to Make money
ScalpingRus
Apr 12 2015 at 06:52
posts 116
RahmanSL posted:
We all take risk daily and in our entire life.....it's called calculated risk.There is always an element of risk in our action & inaction.

If we want to make good money from the forex market, then have the necessary capital to do so in the first place because money makes money in the financial world.
We all know nothing can stay the same for long, every 'buy/sell' position will become a 'sell/buy' sooner or later. Banks & large institution investment capital dump in millions and hold their position(s) for that few percent profits which, due to their large investment, translate into millions and even billions.

I am sure there are some who make very good money from trading the forex & other markets with small starting capital, but they are the exception with a combination of skill and very good luck.

 What I don't understand is why do people say it is 'Easier' to earn in a smaller account then a larger account? If a person is using the same money management then your exposer to the market (the amount you are risking) should not change no matter how large the account is.
nickz
May 10 2015 at 08:25
posts 16
SubTh3ory posted:

As far as I know, the market repeats itself, to some extent. Now, I don't know how true that is, but I am certainly curious of how the market really works.
...
 In other words, if a system can become 'outdated' then this seems to imply that the market does NOT repeat itself, and that it is inevitably unpredictable to an extreme that makes me back off of Forex even further.

I just need to know if what you guys are saying in this thread is possible at all and I want proof of this.

Thank you!

-Paul

Hello Paul,
The market indeed repeats itself but the question to be asked is 'when' will the market repeat itself??
EX: Between Mar-May 1995 the EURUSD price touched 1.44 and suddenly it started falling, did the price repeat itself and go back up to 1.44? Well yes but this happened in Nov-Dec 2007 !
If you're counting on 'I will never lose because it repeats itself' I confirm to you that yes it does repeat itself but it could be in this life or maybe another.
Do your best then blame luck.
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