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Anyone who trades more than 15 currency pairs at a time?

Jaypipin (Jaypipin)
Apr 09 2014 at 20:04
80 ieraksti
i try not to have more than 6 positions open, and also not in a usd biased setup, try mix it up, like not all 6 will be euro pairs

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rahuld147 (rahuld147)
Apr 09 2014 at 20:44
12 ieraksti
tolgupde posted:
If yes what are they and do you usually win or lose? I would like to hear from you.


Are you kidding me? how come anyone trade so many pairs at once!! And if someone is getting profit out of it then he is God gifted ;)

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CodeMonkey (CodeMonkey)
Apr 10 2014 at 07:00
182 ieraksti
rahuld147 posted:
Are you kidding me?


No.


rahuld147 posted:
how come anyone trade so many pairs at once!!


Analyzing multiple pairs via automated analysis provides greater opportunity for trades, and reduces the level of manual work required by the trader.



rahuld147 posted:
And if someone is getting profit out of it then he is God gifted ;)


No. It simply means the person is smart enough to have figured out a system that works for multiple currency pairs and is profitable for them.








CodeMonkey (CodeMonkey)
Apr 10 2014 at 07:02
182 ieraksti
rahuld147 posted:
how come anyone trade so many pairs at once!!



Also....

Simply because I happen to be analyzing 30 pairs doesn't mean I am going to be opening 30 positions. I am simply looking for entry points. I only open a few trades at once, but I continually analyze the market data looking for new entry points, so when one of the previous trades closes out, I can open a new one if possible.

Multiple pair analysis with maximum position limits and a solid money management system will provide a good profit if someone is doing it properly.

maxim777
Apr 11 2014 at 08:49
10 ieraksti
tolgupde posted:
If yes what are they and do you usually win or lose? I would like to hear from you.

Yeah. I did. That was my demo contest experience:) Do you know that some pairs correlate each other. So anyone can twice the profit or loss. My experience was extremely good. Maybe I am lucky:)

Professor53
Jan 20 2016 at 20:36
795 ieraksti
Dash boards trade than or more. I got a version that I cut down to five pairs. But the original has many more. They are on fx factory.

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IXBONE
Jan 21 2016 at 08:35
97 ieraksti
personal i trade 28 pairs, it always better to trade for example 10 pairs with 0.1 lot then 1 pair with 1 lot (diversification)

mlawson71
Jan 21 2016 at 11:08
1487 ieraksti
I never trade with more than three or four currency pairs at any given time. Yes, the total sum is probably around a dozen pairs or so, but I never trade them at the same time, I'm that good at multitasking.

Disnalevel (Disnalevel)
Feb 10 2016 at 07:32
6 ieraksti
it is not trading 15 pairs that matters, what matters is if all your positions are winning trades. the max I've always opened is 12 position and most times all the 12 positions are winning positions, and they are always these pairs, GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY, CAD/JPY, AUD/JPY, NZD/JPY EUR/GBP, EUR/AUD, EUR/CAD, EUR /NZD, AUD/CHF, CAD/CHF, GBP/CHF, AND NZD/CHF, they are always my favorite pairs, just like past Friday, yesterday Monday and today Tuesday, the same pairs, the same daily time frame, the same directions all winning. Short trades, audjpy, cadjpy, gbpjpy, nzdjpy, audchf, cadchf, gbpchf, nzdchf, Long trades euraud, eurcad, eurgbp, eurnzd. pls am saying I know too much, but these pairs they are always in these formation, either long or short.

mlawson71
Feb 11 2016 at 06:57
1487 ieraksti
Disnalevel posted:
it is not trading 15 pairs that matters, what matters is if all your positions are winning trades. the max I've always opened is 12 position and most times all the 12 positions are winning positions, and they are always these pairs, GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY, CAD/JPY, AUD/JPY, NZD/JPY EUR/GBP, EUR/AUD, EUR/CAD, EUR /NZD, AUD/CHF, CAD/CHF, GBP/CHF, AND NZD/CHF, they are always my favorite pairs, just like past Friday, yesterday Monday and today Tuesday, the same pairs, the same daily time frame, the same directions all winning. Short trades, audjpy, cadjpy, gbpjpy, nzdjpy, audchf, cadchf, gbpchf, nzdchf, Long trades euraud, eurcad, eurgbp, eurnzd. pls am saying I know too much, but these pairs they are always in these formation, either long or short.


How are you able to pay attention to all of them at the same time without missing something?

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