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rob559

Membre depuis Feb 11, 2011  1916 messages rob559 Feb 03 2016 at 16:10 (édité à Feb 03 2016 at 16:11 )
StoneHeart posted:
togr posted:
Money came from government printers. By printing the government does devaluate the money. By devaluating the money the government does decrease the value of debt to creditors. And also decrease the wealth of people owning this printed money.
We only have to GAIN in higher rate, than they print money smiley



would be kind of breathtaking coolcool

togr

Membre depuis Feb 22, 2011  4515 messages vontogr (togr) Feb 04 2016 at 07:20
StoneHeart posted:
togr posted:
Money came from government printers. By printing the government does devaluate the money. By devaluating the money the government does decrease the value of debt to creditors. And also decrease the wealth of people owning this printed money.
We only have to GAIN in higher rate, than they print money smiley


Yes gain has to be better than inflation + currency conversion rate + server cost and leave enough to pay for living :)

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lou111

Membre depuis Jan 30, 2016  7 messages lou111 Feb 04 2016 at 07:55
snapdragon1970 posted:
There's an interesting article on DailyFx,regarding Winning and Losing trades,its compiled from FXCM data on 43 million real trades.
Its a first rule in trading to keep losses small and let winning trades run as much as possible,everyone knows this already,you can afford to be wrong more than 50% of the time,its a habit one has to learn to cut out of losses quickly.If new traders can stick to this and employ a good strategy they have a better chance of making profits.There are many figures on % of losers/winners obviously more losers,its a great business model with 5% downside risk if we apply the 5/95% figures,In the EU spread betting for retail isn't taxed that's because its a huge money making machine for companies.


That article from dailyfx regarding winning and losing trades is really interesting. Also the article at dailyfx that discusses leverage. The lower the leverage and the larger the account balance the higher chance of turning a profit one has ,over the long period of time ,if they could cut the losses quick . I can understand little better now why it is so easy for new and experienced traders to lose money so quickly . The psychological aspect discussed at that article is really interesting , but quite difficult to adhere too,even if you know about it, especially after you lost 50% of your account trying to get just couple of more successful trades,which could easily cause you to increase your leverage in your already underfunded account.

I'm not sure if the links to article are allowed, but you can google ' DailyFx,regarding Winning and Losing trades' and it should be the first result.

Disnalevel

Membre depuis Jun 19, 2015  6 messages TAMUNOSIKI BAMSON (Disnalevel) Feb 10 2016 at 07:28
Hi Mr. lou111, this your question has been a mystery in fx world, even those that are not trading fx do ask this kind of question. where's the money coming from. you see those replies they are giving to you, those are the words I don't believe in fx. no. 1, the money comes from the losers and no.2 they'll tell you every trade you place there must be an opposite trade. let's be frank, trader are losing money but no body is foolish to lose up to $20,000 every week or every month, but there are people/firms making millions out of fx. the losers are more than winners accepted, but the volume of money the winners making are far far more more than the losers, do you know why, because the winners knows what exactly they are doing, they know when to go long and when to go short. they don't guess b4 they open a position. the second part is that every position you open there must be an opposite trade. from a logical resoning I don't see it that way. let me tell you my learned friend, from Friday been the 5/02/2016 till today 09/02/2016 all the good traders knows that GBP. AUD, CAD and NZD has been the weak currency and the JPY, CHF has been the strongest. believe me almost 80% of the traders knows this and they must definitely go short on all these pairs. and since they know what they are doing they'll go in heavy. from 1 lot, 2 lots and so on. while those that don't know what they are doing will going in with 0.01 lot or 0.10 lot because they ar not sure. and let me still say this, you as a retail trader the position you open does not change the direction of this trends. be it 100% of the retail traders. if the USD dollars is strong against other currency it will remain strong and if the USD dollar is weak it will remain weak, no amount of positions that you'll open that will ever, I mean ever change its condition.

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