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Two accounts for Hedging?

Coastalfx
Sep 25 2010 at 16:34
posts 8
Currently looking to use two account on Interbankfx to place some hedge positions with a new trading method I have been using. Is there a way to combine these account preformances on myfxbook. If not viewers will only be seeing half of the picture.

Any ideas or suggestions

Akhahowa Osakpolor (osasyankee)
Oct 07 2010 at 14:38
posts 22
Hedge EURUSD and USDCHF.... I mean go Long or short simultaneously on both. it works 80% all the time

ahtc98
Oct 07 2010 at 17:30
posts 2
u mean took one pair buy and other sell ?..without caring any trend?if both have uptrend or both have downtrend ?can u explain me by sending mail [email protected] will be happy because I am just new in this business...and have no much idea..

sopranoberidze
Aug 06 2021 at 09:48
posts 8
osasyankee posted:
Hedge EURUSD and USDCHF.... I mean go Long or short simultaneously on both. it works 80% all the time


Isn't that the same as Buying EURCHF?

Beagelv
Aug 07 2021 at 06:22
posts 81
In my opinion, there really is no difference, you just need a concept in more detail.

SofieAndreasen
Aug 08 2021 at 03:47
posts 759
I don’t think it will be any different than trading in one account.

Malajind
Aug 10 2021 at 04:17
posts 75
Maybe someone sees the point for creating an account, but works with anyone to focus on the result.

AliaDare
Aug 17 2021 at 12:55
posts 788
osasyankee posted:
Hedge EURUSD and USDCHF.... I mean go Long or short simultaneously on both. it works 80% all the time

Yes, you are right I agree with you.

RobertFerrari
Nov 15 2021 at 18:03
posts 371
Malajind posted:
Maybe someone sees the point for creating an account, but works with anyone to focus on the result.

A good trader is he who has proper knowledge about trading.

miguelcaron
Nov 30 2021 at 05:22
posts 69
The most important thing is to have a strategy. You should have a strategy on when to enter, adjust and exit the market while you trade.

AliaDare
Dec 01 2021 at 14:23
posts 788
osasyankee posted:
Hedge EURUSD and USDCHF.... I mean go Long or short simultaneously on both. it works 80% all the time

Can EURUSD and USDCHF really be hedging? I never traded this idea.

LukeRachel
Dec 02 2021 at 02:30
posts 477
AliaDare posted:
osasyankee posted:
Hedge EURUSD and USDCHF.... I mean go Long or short simultaneously on both. it works 80% all the time

Can EURUSD and USDCHF really be hedging? I never traded this idea.

Hedging can be done, but first, you have to make a plan and discipline.

SofieAndreasen
Dec 03 2021 at 20:49
posts 759
Hedging may be profitable but also very risky, entering long trade and then short trade or the opposite to minimize risk is not easy for most of the traders.

GraceGilm
Dec 08 2021 at 15:31
posts 154
What's the use of two accounts? can you explain?

skihav
Dec 08 2021 at 21:06
posts 801
You just need to be sure that it is not prohibited by the terms of the company you work with.

LyudmilLukanov
Dec 29 2021 at 09:50
posts 793
Hedging is often done to protect a position. Hedging in two different accounts is counterproductive because you will not be able to adjust or close the position in a combo order.

SofieAndreasen
Dec 31 2021 at 01:52
posts 759
Many experts recommend having multiple trading accounts. By doing so, you can treat multiple portfolios with the same leverage.

AliaDare
Jan 01 at 16:18
posts 788
SofieAndreasen posted:
Many experts recommend having multiple trading accounts. By doing so, you can treat multiple portfolios with the same leverage.

Well, many traders manage two accounts. And leverage gives the most advantage in this trading.

skihav
Jan 02 at 16:59
posts 801
I would point out that some companies do not approve of multiple accounts. This is important to remember!

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