Kylealker87 posted: I didn’t know scalping work only in the busiest market hours. The wider spreads and slippage literally ate up my profits.
Always go with a low spread broker if you want to scalp. I never take chances with spreads no matter what strategy I’m using.
That makes sense and it doesn’t matter what broker you choose as long as they have decent conditions and spreads. I’ve used several tight spread brokers and they have been fine so far. You should not settle for a single platform in my view and keep looking at multiple brokers offering favourable conditions.
Scalping is one of the fastest trading strategies that requires you to buy and sell currencies within a few seconds to a few minutes. Scalpers try to skim small profits from a large number of trades. The idea behind scalping is to let the small profits add up and contribute towards a bigger profit.
Scalping trading needs to get support from reliable brokers that allow traders to work based on scalping trading strategy, active scalping can make thousands trades on a day trading and accumulation scalping profit dan make a huge profit.
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