forexmastery posted: how is pakemon18 guy trading, it seems crazy, how can he earn so much, if he is here, can he reply his strategy
Forget about it, it won't work in the live market. Just think about it, if it did he wouldn't be revealing it in a contest where he can earn $1,200 because he'd have a bank account with millions in it. He also wouldn't want anyone else using his strategy because once something that works becomes popular the brokers start losing money and they prevent the systems from executing their trades. Go have a read of some articles about FAP Turbo and GO Markets. (btw. Don't think you can use the new '3' version and make maaad monaaay, you won't, you'll loose it all). 😲
I -partially- agree with my fellow trader Rohitfx. It doesn't work in the retail side of the market. It works in the REAL inter-banking market though when they interact with their smaller scale counter-parties. Please, lets don't mix our retail side with the billion dollar boys. Cause 'what we see is not what we get' and further 'what we see its not what it is'. Imagine an A-book broker with a B-book market maker as a liquidity provider. The A-book broker interacts with its retail clients while the B-book broker -through its proprietary enormous algos- decides if it will accept the risk of the trade or through it on someone else's -lower latency- head...
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