Roger, I would seriously recommend actually learning how to forex trade first before you use any EA. There are no short cuts in this business. Yes you could get lucky and pick the correct system or manager but from the fraction of a percentage of goodness that there is in the murky sea of forex sharks you would be very lucky. Best place to start is www.babypips.com
Knowledge, as they say, is power and coming into this game without study will lead you very rapidly to the poor house. Steve
11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
I'm new to forex trading. i got about less then $500. i want to find the best place to invest. any recommended forex managed accounts i can add cash in? pls how can i good indicators. Thanks..............
This is just my opini) Keep your $500 in your pocket first before you invest in any sort of forex investment in the internet (or anywhere). Educate yourself about forex first. It's simple actually.
Find a broker that give you free demo account such as https://pfgfxlite.com, download the MT4 software and open a demo account. I'll be glad to guide you on how to use the platform.
As long as you are aware on where the money comes from and know the risk that you are taking. Forex is just UP and DOWN. That's 50-50 chances you are right or wrong. Know the ultimate direction - you will never go wr)
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