New traders love scalping

Nov 15, 2020 at 06:39
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Jun 05, 2020からメンバー   4 投稿
Dec 23, 2020 at 19:33
Make sure to backtest first before scalping
Apr 15, 2020からメンバー   219 投稿
Dec 24, 2020 at 04:57
Scalping is a pro technique. A newbie shouldn't risk its capital in scalping initially. A newbie is not aware of the market conditions neither he has any idea of the spreads so starting with scalping is definitely gona eat your capital. I suggest higher time frames and fundamental analysis for newbies.
The more your practice, the more you learn.
Jul 17, 2020からメンバー   42 投稿
Dec 24, 2020 at 12:07
That is true, I was a day trader when I started off some years back with cmc markets. Thrice had to reinvest from a scratch because I brought my trading balance to 0. I became a scalper later and I don’t think my trading journey (in terms of profits earned) would have been any different if I would have started off with scalping. It’s time that eventually teaches the way the market behaves.
Jul 23, 2020からメンバー   869 投稿
Dec 26, 2020 at 11:20
muhairil92 posted:
Make sure to backtest first before scalping
Right. Also avoid volatile market during important news release or events.
Nov 05, 2020からメンバー   54 投稿
Dec 26, 2020 at 12:41
Forex scalping strategy is not tied to an obligatory trend in the foreign exchange market
Jul 20, 2020からメンバー   298 投稿
Dec 27, 2020 at 02:22
It is never possible to be a successful trader by trading without gaining experience. Whether you do scalping or long time trading, you must gain trading experience.
Oct 27, 2020からメンバー   21 投稿
Jan 19, 2021 at 08:58
Yes, scalping is great for short term profits but it is also a risky strategy. Most expert traders only make use of it.
Sep 15, 2020からメンバー   20 投稿
Jan 19, 2021 at 12:28
Scalping is good but after hundred of trades, it can go wrong due to the law of large numbers.
And new traders often hold losing positions too long or too large.
They are willing to take 2-3 pips, but not willing to cut losses more than 10 pips and holds them till margin call.
Jan 11, 2019からメンバー   147 投稿
Jan 19, 2021 at 12:39
I think scalping is good to earn small profits.
Jan 14, 2021からメンバー   57 投稿
Jan 24, 2021 at 16:18
Beginners prefer scalping because it is one of the shortest ways to earn profit in trading and some beginners enter into trading for some quick cash where other beginners use scalping for a live trading experience.
Oct 20, 2018からメンバー   300 投稿
Jan 26, 2021 at 20:49
UweMoench posted:
New traders love scalping as it gives quick profit. And this makes them addicted to trading. But I think starting with scalping is a bad idea. Everyone should start with higher timeframe. After some experience scalping can be done.
It`s even the worst idea. It can look simple but it`s absolutely not. The scalping must be the last think to do for newbies.
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Sep 12, 2017からメンバー   238 投稿
Jan 27, 2021 at 04:15
ya and i believe thats good.. you book small profit or even if losses those small losses can be recovered. so it can be a good strategy
Apr 15, 2020からメンバー   219 投稿
Jan 27, 2021 at 06:54
momo3HC posted:
UweMoench posted:
New traders love scalping as it gives quick profit. And this makes them addicted to trading. But I think starting with scalping is a bad idea. Everyone should start with higher timeframe. After some experience scalping can be done.
It`s even the worst idea. It can look simple but it`s absolutely not. The scalping must be the last think to do for newbies.
Finally a sound answer. ... its exactly true... scalping and newbies is a perfect example of trading disaster.
The more your practice, the more you learn.
Jan 13, 2021からメンバー   29 投稿
Jan 27, 2021 at 19:59
Yes I agree I do see a lot of people scalping
Dec 28, 2020からメンバー   25 投稿
Feb 02, 2021 at 14:56
With scalping should be enough spa, you first need to learn its nuances to start trading.
Apr 25, 2020からメンバー   5 投稿
Feb 02, 2021 at 18:44
Bradley88 posted:
I prefer scalping because it's profitable for all kind of traders and requires only a well-executed strategy. Currently, I'm looking for a suitable broker that offers spread averaging at 0.0pips and faster execution.
Be careful with brokers that offer zero pip spreads. They are in business to make money. If they cannot make it in the spread then you can guarantee they are making it somewhere else. Unfortunately, the way they usually do this is by taking the other side of your trades. They know that statistically 80% to 90% of new traders lose most or all their trading capital within the first 90 days.
If you could run a business where you knew that you could take most or all of someones capital within 3 months simply by winning when they are losing (that's what happens when you lose on a trade and the broker is on the other side of that trade), would that not be a no-brainer? The fact that it is unethical and unfair does not even register with most of these brokers.
Therefore, I would recommend that you stay away from brokers that offer zero pip spreads due to the conflict of interest this situation entails. They will try to hide the fact that they so this by various means (setting up an intermediary company, for example) or simply mislead you with a claim of offering STP (Straight Through Processing) without clarifying that they also have a 'Dealing Desk' (which they use to 'facilitate liquidity' - broker speak for winning when you lose).
There's a lot of sharks out there, be careful that you don't get eaten.
Happy Trading!
Start with EQUITY MANAGEMENT
Jul 23, 2020からメンバー   759 投稿
Feb 03, 2021 at 07:44
LeonRocky3 posted:
Yes I agree I do see a lot of people scalping
New traders often prefer to trade with this kind of strategy. But I don’t think it is suitable for them.
Aug 09, 2017からメンバー   785 投稿
Feb 03, 2021 at 08:51
scalping iis a trading approach that brings profit in a short time , generally we the beginners always try to depend on scalping. but sometimes it causes a GREAT risk.
Jan 14, 2021からメンバー   57 投稿
Feb 03, 2021 at 11:48
Is it safe for beginners to enter into trading with lower capital investments?
Aug 27, 2017からメンバー   994 投稿
Feb 04, 2021 at 13:20
sometimes scalping causes huge trouble but overall its really good and comfortable for the traders who above have low amounts.
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