Target of 30k achieve I'm done on this account. I have been busy for the past two days. I decided to get a copier for accounts below 5k as accounts of clients below 5k I don't trade directly , only when accounts is 5k I can add new screen computer then trade directly. So I decided to get a copier for account below 5k, and the company I will not mention, they properly do not know I'm a licensed trader, they are broker owned. They made a mess of my first trail with them, they copy opposit and do not include you stop puts, so if you place the copier on your master computer and slave account, and you are doing trades on your master, you will think it's copying same on your slave, but it's doing none authorized positions, you wil not know unless you check.
To cut story short, I offer money back guarantee to my clients, and I have forced them to repay in 30days with my attorney, And signed, so will be surprising the client.
Here are their antics, they will make you buy their copier and make a sh***y copy to your slave account and tell you its your slave account broker, and now directly you to a link to open account with their broker and say to you it works there better.
Please if you want me to handle you account it must be above 5k, this way I can spend $300 to get screen touch screen to add for your account sake and trade directly, thank you.
Description Bollinger Bands are a type of price envelope developed by . (Price envelopes define upper and lower price range levels.) Bollinger Bands are envelopes plotted at a standard deviation level above and below a simple moving average of the price. Because the distance of the bands is based on standard deviation, they adjust to volatility swings in the underlying price. Bollinger Bands use 2 parameters, Period and Standard Deviations, StdDev. The default values are 20 for period, and 2 for standard deviations, although you may customize the combinations. Bollinger bands help determine whether prices are high or low on a relative basis. They are used in pairs, both upper and lower bands and in conjunction with a moving average. Further, the pair of bands is not intended to be used on its own. Use the pair to confirm signals given with other indicators.
When the bands tighten during a period of low volatility, it raises the likelihood of a sharp price move in either direction. This may begin a trending move. Watch out for a false move in opposite direction which reverses before the proper trend begins. When the bands separate by an unusual large amount, volatility increases and any existing trend may be ending. Prices have a tendency to bounce within the bands' envelope, touching one band then moving to the other band. You can use these swings to help identify potential profit targets. For example, if a price bounces off the lower band and then crosses above the moving average, the upper band then becomes the profit target. Price can exceed or hug a band envelope for prolonged periods during strong trends. On divergence with a momentum oscillator, you may want to do additional research to determine if taking additional profits is appropriate for you. A strong trend continuation can be expected when the price moves out of the bands. However, if prices move immediately back inside the band, then the suggested strength is negated.
ADVERTENCIA DE ALTO RIESGO: El comercio de divisas implica un alto nivel de riesgo que puede no ser adecuado para todos los inversores.
El efecto de apalancamiento crea un riesgo adicional y una exposición a las pérdidas. Antes de decidirse a operar con divisas, considere cuidadosamente sus objetivos de inversión, su nivel de experiencia y su tolerancia al riesgo.
Podría perder una parte o la totalidad de su inversión inicial. No invierta dinero que no puede permitirse perder. Infórmese sobre los riesgos asociados al trading de divisas y pida consejo a un asesor financiero o fiscal independiente si tiene alguna duda.
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