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haba (haba)
Nov 17 2009 at 12:29
9 posts
Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) : https://www.indoforextrading.uni.cc

FOREX MANAGED ACCOUNT

Trading Platform: MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
Trade interval: Month (Trading interval)

Performance Fee, %: 10 (Profit-share remuneration of the Manager)
Management Fee, % annual: 10 (Remuneration of the Manager for management)
Minimum Performance Constraints, %: 100

Deposit Commission, %: 10 (Commission for deposit of funds)
Early Withdrawal Penalty, %: 10 (Penalty for early withdrawal of funds)

Initial Investments, USD: 1000 (Minimum sum of investments)
Minimal Top-Up, USD: 1000 (Minimum sum for deposit)
Minimal Balance, USD: 1000 (Minimum remaining balance)

PROCEDURES:
1. An investor open Live trading account (prefer to MT4 broker);
2. An investor deposit fund to Live trading account;
3. An investor sign the Limited Power Of Attorney 'POA' (if broker needed & provide);
4. Send to me by email at indoforextrading@gmail.com, a signed the Limited POA
   and cc to broker;
5. An investor wire transfer to my bank account, Management Fee, at first time;
6. I signed the Limited POA and send back to an investor and cc to boker;
7. Then, withdrawal of profit each end of month and wire transfer of Performance Fee;
8. In case, an investor Top-Up deposit fund, they should wire transfer Deposit Commission;
9. For further information, please don't be hesitate to email at indoforextrading@gmail.com.

RISK DICLOSURE:
Spread Betting, CFD Trading and FX Trading carry a high degree of risk to your capital
and it is possible to lose more than your initial investment. Only speculate with money
you can afford to lose.
 
This notice cannot and does not disclose or explain all of the risks and other significant
aspects involved in dealing in such products. As with any trading, you should not engage
in it unless you understand the nature of the transaction you are entering into and,
the true extent of your exposure to the risk of loss. These products may not be suitable
for all investors, therefore if you do not fully understand the risks involved,
please seek independent advice.

Because the risk factor associated with trading in the foreign exchange is high, only genuine
'risk' fund should be used in such trading. If an investor does not have the extra capital
an investor can afford to lose an investor should not trade in the foreign exchange market.
An investor understands that Money Manager may use an electronic trading system to generate
trades, which exposes an investor to risk associated with the use of computers, and data feed
system relied on by Broker. An investor agrees to accept such risk, which may include, but are
not limited to, failure of hardware, software or cummunication lines or systems and/or inaccurate
external data feeds provided by third-party vendors. No 'safe' trading system has ever been
devised, and no one can guarantee profits or freedom from loss. In fact no one can even guarantee
to limit the extent of losses.

Past performance shown at Detailed Statement below, is not necessarily indicative of future
results. No representation is made that any account is likely to achieve profits or losses
similar to those shown. In fact, there are frequently sharp differences between past
performance results and the future results subsequently achieved by any particularly account
set-up. There are numerous other factors related to markets in general or to the implementation
of any specific account set-up that cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of
past performance results and all of which can adversely affect future trading results.
There is no guarantee that one account set-up would have the same results as the Detailed
Statement posted. Since trading successfully depends on many elements including but not limited
to a account set-up and. Please realize the risk with any investment and consult investment
professionals before proceeding. The past result herein posted have been achieved by
profesional traders who fully understand the nature and the scope of the risks that are
associated with trading.

CONTACT INFO:
Webpage URL: https://www.indoforextrading.uni.cc
Email: indoforextrading@gmail.com
ICQ Number: 376694814
MSN Messenger Handle: indoforextrading@hotmail.com
Skype Name: indoforextrading
Yahoo! Messenger Handle: indofxtrading
AIM Screen Name: indoforextrading
Profile URL: https://www.facebook.com/indoforextrading.haba
Pages URL: https://www.facebook.com/indofxtrading
Group URL: https://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=176597550918
Twitter URL: https://twitter.com/indofxtrading
Blogspot URL: https://indofxtrading.blogspot.com

PERFORMANCE:









sandysr (sandysr)
Oct 03 2016 at 15:17
4 posts
It’s pretty difficult to survive for long in the commodity market. The price fluctuations are completely unpredictable; and it is also very difficult to identify any trend which could be said to possess a statistical edge in the market when compared to the numerous other trends. However, don’t lose hope or get discouraged as of yet; because there are still a large variety of ways in which one can find their way around the pitfalls and master the art of trading.

The very first thing that a lot of traders do is to head for the libraries and read up voraciously on everything related to trading commodity futures. That’s a commendable thing to do by all measures; however, there’s a bit of problem with that. The theories that are generally mentioned in books and internet blogs/e-books are of quite little use in the practical world out there. A lot of famous and well-respected authors of such books are known to put forward theories and practices which might result in losses for the trader (when he/she puts the theory to test in the market). Therefore, a lot of those theories may look good, but are actually quite impracticable when it comes to dealing with the real market.

A few people would seek out experienced traders and hire their advice, maybe in exchange for a fee. But like expert tips, this method is not very likely to work out either. This is because, the trader who’s looking for advice, would be a completely different person from the advisor that they would seek out to guide them in the subject of trading. May be the beginner does not have an equal amount of capital to invest and is completely inexperienced. And last but not the least; their thinking pattern may not be identical to that of the veteran trader’s. In the light of all these, the question which inevitably comes to mind is: Is there at all a ‘way’ to get successful in the field of commodity trading? There’s no certain answer to that. While it is definitely possible to list out a number of generic advice points and cautionary notes which generally prove to be beneficial for traders the majority of the time, there is no absolute rule-book for success. But let’s hear those advices has been shared by https://www.easymarkets.com/eu/ :

• One should resist the temptation to over-trade. Putting a large sum of money on any single trade would mean kick-starting a cycle of losses. This is especially true if the commodity being traded is very expensive; such as platinum, crude oil or precious stones. In case the person happens to suffer a loss, the hurt will be multiplied manifold if the invested amount was a big one. And the spreads should be kept as short as possible.

• In order to be safe, traders should trade within short spreads till the time they’ve gained enough experience to be able to differentiate between genuine and false upside breaks.

• A lot of times it’s seen that most traders do not invest enough time and hard work when it comes to trading. Instead, they use it as a hobby which can provide profitable returns from time to time.
ema123 (ema123)
Apr 13 2017 at 06:53
32 posts
Commodity trading offers huge profit potential but for anyone willing to trade in commodities, I would recommend them to do complete homework as commodity market involves high leverage instruments thereby increased degree of risk. Other than the theoretical know how also focus on price analysis and news events.
smith_fx (smith_fx)
Jul 11 2019 at 06:30
25 posts

In this type of trading, commodities are traded on exchanges instead of stocks, in order to generate profits from the fluctuations in prices of those commodities such as gold,silver,wool,crude oil,agricultural products etc.

While trading in commodity few things are to be kept in mind like:
    • Incase of agricultural goods, their demand and supply.
    • The variations in currencies influence the prices of commodities.
    • The effect of inflation on the prices of commodities.
    • Donot invest in just one commodity only.Make a diversified portfolio.
    • Stay updated with the market trends.
    • When buying physical commodities,secure them in a safe place and also take insurance cover if possible.
AlexBainbridge (AlexBainbridge)
Jan 24 2019 at 08:40
2 posts
i certainly agree commodity trading needs time invested in understanding the markets, for example how AUD/NZD/USD forex markets can effect metals & how CAD,USD move with Oil. there can be trends in commodities looks at WTI or Brent down trend Oct-Dec 2018 as an example, what a great move lots of opportunities to stack trades on the way down.
Smith88 (Smith88)
Oct 19 2019 at 09:03
25 posts
Be thorough with the basics before starting to trade. This will help you when you decide the commodities that you want to deal in. Also, don’t do the mistake of trading in a single commodity.
Adribaasmet (Adribaasmet)
Jul 29 2019 at 08:01
883 posts
lavis_book posted:
You can start trading with commodities once you have the basic knowledge about stock markets. Here, I have given some useful tips that would assist you in trading in commodities:-
1.Before you begin to trade, grab the required knowledge about the market.
2.Choose the right kind of commodity and broker depending upon your constraints like risk, budget, etc.
3.Always start investing with a low dose and gradually increase it. don’t start with a big budget.
4.Try to diversify your portfolio. Never stick to trade in only one kind of commodity.
5.Always stay up-to-date with the market trends and the current affairs.
6.Be ready to adapt to any fluctuations that occur in the market as the market is never going to be stable.


Well; what’s your leverage recommendation? As like Forex or any especial parameter?
bh61 (bh61)
Mar 23 2017 at 07:35
14 posts
For someone who has decided to start commodity trading, all different terminology can be a bit overwhelming. There are many product terms that are adopted from other markets such as equity, leverage and stop losses, but there is a whole list of terms that apply to this particular market, so we decided to name and explain some of them to you.
Adribaasmet (Adribaasmet)
Oct 26 2019 at 16:07
883 posts
Smith88 posted:
Be thorough with the basics before starting to trade. This will help you when you decide the commodities that you want to deal in. Also, don’t do the mistake of trading in a single commodity.


Hello; are you a FX trader or commodity trader? Or doing the both?
AniLorak (AniLorak)
Jan 22 2019 at 04:57
905 posts
ema123 posted:
Commodity trading offers huge profit potential but for anyone willing to trade in commodities, I would recommend them to do complete homework as commodity market involves high leverage instruments thereby increased degree of risk. Other than the theoretical know how also focus on price analysis and news events.


As I think, new traders should start their trading process through the major FX pairs than the exotics; after words the commodities.
sandysr (sandysr)
Sep 21 2016 at 10:24
edited Sep 21 2016 at 09:30
4 posts
It’s pretty difficult to survive for long in the commodity market. The price fluctuations are completely unpredictable; and it is also very difficult to identify any trend which could be said to possess a statistical edge in the market when compared to the numerous other trends. However, don’t lose hope or get discouraged as of yet; because there are still a large variety of ways in which one can find their way around the pitfalls and master the art of trading.

The very first thing that a lot of traders do is to head for the libraries and read up voraciously on everything related to trading commodity futures. That’s a commendable thing to do by all measures; however, there’s a bit of problem with that. The theories that are generally mentioned in books and internet blogs/e-books are of quite little use in the practical world out there. A lot of famous and well-respected authors of such books are known to put forward theories and practices which might result in losses for the trader (when he/she puts the theory to test in the market). Therefore, a lot of those theories may look good, but are actually quite impracticable when it comes to dealing with the real market.

A few people would seek out experienced traders and hire their advice, maybe in exchange for a fee. But like expert tips, this method is not very likely to work out either. This is because, the trader who’s looking for advice, would be a completely different person from the advisor that they would seek out to guide them in the subject of trading. May be the beginner does not have an equal amount of capital to invest and is completely inexperienced. And last but not the least; their thinking pattern may not be identical to that of the veteran trader’s. In the light of all these, the question which inevitably comes to mind is: Is there at all a ‘way’ to get successful in the field of commodity trading? There’s no certain answer to that. While it is definitely possible to list out a number of generic advice points and cautionary notes which generally prove to be beneficial for traders the majority of the time, there is no absolute rule-book for success. But let’s hear those advices anyway:

• One should resist the temptation to over-trade. Putting a large sum of money on any single trade would mean kick-starting a cycle of losses. This is especially true if the commodity being traded is very expensive; such as platinum, crude oil or precious stones. In case the person happens to suffer a loss, the hurt will be multiplied manifold if the invested amount was a big one. And the spreads should be kept as short as possible.

• In order to be safe, traders should trade within short spreads till the time they’ve gained enough experience to be able to differentiate between genuine and false upside breaks.

• A lot of times it’s seen that most traders do not invest enough time and hard work when it comes to trading. Instead, they use it as a hobby which can provide profitable returns from time to time.
lavis_book (lavis_book)
Jul 18 2019 at 06:09
34 posts
You can start trading with commodities once you have the basic knowledge about stock markets. Here, I have given some useful tips that would assist you in trading in commodities:-
1.Before you begin to trade, grab the required knowledge about the market.
2.Choose the right kind of commodity and broker depending upon your constraints like risk, budget, etc.
3.Always start investing with a low dose and gradually increase it. don’t start with a big budget.
4.Try to diversify your portfolio. Never stick to trade in only one kind of commodity.
5.Always stay up-to-date with the market trends and the current affairs.
6.Be ready to adapt to any fluctuations that occur in the market as the market is never going to be stable.
HenritteC (HenritteC)
Jan 11 2017 at 08:22
18 posts
sandysr posted:
The very first thing that a lot of traders do is to head for the libraries and read up voraciously on everything related to trading commodity futures. That’s a commendable thing to do by all measures;


I think this I can help you in providing a good library of good write ups about commodity, you can check this link: https://itrader-commodities.com/ if you want :)
BaldoN (BaldoN)
Mar 29 2017 at 13:03
522 posts
Hello,
More or less, there are not too much difference between FX and Commodity trading. On Commodity trading some difference could be related with determine life of the markets (futures contracts) and some season influence over soft commodities (wheat, sugar etc.),
Ah and another point - bigger accounts are needed here :)
CirillaCosta (CirillaCosta)
Aug 19 2020 at 11:26
34 posts
If you want to do commodity trading, you need to have proper knowledge about the market. Most of the traders lose their money because of low knowledge about the market. So, I suggest you gather all knowledge before you start you trading.
ElliotCooke (ElliotCooke)
Sep 02 2020 at 18:13
311 posts
If you want to start commodity trading, you should have proper knowledge about this. Without knowledge, you can lose all your money.
philipsimmions (philipsimmions)
Oct 15 2020 at 04:54
22 posts
Make sure you know almost everything about commodity trading before beginning with it. If you want to succeed with it, you should have proper knowledge about it. This will prevent you from losing all your money.
Rosstaylorr (Rosstaylorr)
Nov 09 2020 at 10:52
22 posts
Be it commodity trading or forex trading, you must have the knowledge to do both of them. Without knowledge, you can’t go far.
Mitchelsantner (Mitchelsantner)
Nov 11 2020 at 08:10
30 posts
If you have the relevant knowledge about it, you will do just fine. Both commodity and Forex require good knowledge and experience.
haba (haba)
Jan 03 2010 at 13:04
9 posts
Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) : https://www.indoforextrading.uni.cc

FOREX MANAGED ACCOUNT

Trading Platform: MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
Trade interval: Month (Trading interval)

Performance Fee, %: 10 (Profit-share remuneration of the Manager)
Management Fee, % annual: 10 (Remuneration of the Manager for management)
Minimum Performance Constraints, %: 100

Deposit Commission, %: 10 (Commission for deposit of funds)
Early Withdrawal Penalty, %: 10 (Penalty for early withdrawal of funds)

Initial Investments, USD: 1000 (Minimum sum of investments)
Minimal Top-Up, USD: 1000 (Minimum sum for deposit)
Minimal Balance, USD: 1000 (Minimum remaining balance)

PROCEDURES:
1. An investor open Live trading account (prefer to MT4 broker);
2. An investor deposit fund to Live trading account;
3. An investor sign the Limited Power Of Attorney 'POA' (if broker needed & provide);
4. Send to me by email at indoforextrading@gmail.com, a signed the Limited POA
   and cc to broker;
5. An investor wire transfer to my bank account, Management Fee, at first time;
6. I signed the Limited POA and send back to an investor and cc to broker;
7. Then, withdrawal of profit each end of month and wire transfer of Performance Fee;
8. In case, an investor Top-Up deposit fund, they should wire transfer Deposit Commission;
9. For further information, please don't be hesitate to email at indoforextrading@gmail.com.

RISK DISCLOSURE:
Spread Betting, CFD Trading and FX Trading carry a high degree of risk to your capital
and it is possible to lose more than your initial investment. Only speculate with money
you can afford to lose.
 
This notice cannot and does not disclose or explain all of the risks and other significant
aspects involved in dealing in such products. As with any trading, you should not engage
in it unless you understand the nature of the transaction you are entering into and,
the true extent of your exposure to the risk of loss. These products may not be suitable
for all investors, therefore if you do not fully understand the risks involved,
please seek independent advice.

Because the risk factor associated with trading in the foreign exchange is high, only genuine
'risk' fund should be used in such trading. If an investor does not have the extra capital
an investor can afford to lose an investor should not trade in the foreign exchange market.
An investor understands that Money Manager may use an electronic trading system to generate
trades, which exposes an investor to risk associated with the use of computers, and data feed
system relied on by Broker. An investor agrees to accept such risk, which may include, but are
not limited to, failure of hardware, software or cummunication lines or systems and/or inaccurate
external data feeds provided by third-party vendors. No 'safe' trading system has ever been
devised, and no one can guarantee profits or freedom from loss. In fact no one can even guarantee
to limit the extent of losses.

Past performance shown at Detailed Statement below, is not necessarily indicative of future
results. No representation is made that any account is likely to achieve profits or losses
similar to those shown. In fact, there are frequently sharp differences between past
performance results and the future results subsequently achieved by any particularly account
set-up. There are numerous other factors related to markets in general or to the implementation
of any specific account set-up that cannot be fully accounted for in the preparation of
past performance results and all of which can adversely affect future trading results.
There is no guarantee that one account set-up would have the same results as the Detailed
Statement posted. Since trading successfully depends on many elements including but not limited
to a account set-up and. Please realize the risk with any investment and consult investment
professionals before proceeding. The past result herein posted have been achieved by
profesional traders who fully understand the nature and the scope of the risks that are
associated with trading.

CONTACT INFO:
Webpage URL: https://www.indoforextrading.uni.cc
Email: indoforextrading@gmail.com
ICQ Number: 376694814
MSN Messenger Handle: indoforextrading@hotmail.com
Skype Name: indoforextrading
Yahoo! Messenger Handle: indofxtrading
AIM Screen Name: indoforextrading
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