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Medlem sedan Jan 14, 2010  2299 poster Chikot Nov 02 2010 at 07:11
yeah, I also go for stop loss on history. if trader makes money without stop loss, it's nothing. It is not even trading.
Check No Brainer trades on Forex Factory. It is basic support/ resistance trading and stop loss is a must.


Medlem sedan Feb 01, 2010  11 poster FinanSquare Nov 03 2010 at 15:44
Yep! Completely agree with Chikot!
Trading without Stop Loss isn’t trading… it’s the “hope I’m lucky today” strategy, more like going to a casino and make a hot chick kiss the dices... It’s like playing Tennis without the net or the court lines… Simply no sense at all!

Trading it’s all about taking decisions, we take decisions based on facts not on hopes, if the price broke a support level and had retested it as a resistance the fact is that the price SHOULD drop once again... that’s the reason why we decide to sell, if the price do not drop and go bullish… then the reason is invalid and so the trade, that’s why we use a stop loss.

And for new traders, a strategy will never make you profitable… It’s like if you ask Michel Jordan for advice on choosing the right basket ball to become a NBA Star.
First things first, you need to know the rules of the game (market basics: what moves the price in Fx markets, order flow, support and resistance) then play the game following the rules.

They are a lot of strategies but they all have the same basic concept, price action.
Learn the basic concept and you will find the strategy that fits your personal psychology.
And that my friend (friends), is the big difference between the 90% of losers and the 10% of winners, 10% knows what they’re doing, 90% don’t have a clue!


Medlem sedan Jun 07, 2010  82 poster Sir. Williams (wilfredoaa) Nov 04 2010 at 17:17

Grace is the greatest thing ever!

Medlem sedan Aug 01, 2010  104 poster Alanfx1 Jun 08 2011 at 21:49
The tip is there are no tips.
Study and study hard again.
If you don't know what you are doing it's very dangerous.
No matter if you win or lose when you don't know for sure why that happened, you may have lucky believing that is talent.
There are a lot of good books out there, find those that will help you become a better trader.
I love Point & Figure, ADX and ATR, that's because I know when they work and why.
My library is allways getting bigger, no matter the experience I have.
I'm always looking to the past,and to the next future 10 years at least.
All that help me trade day by day and keep me on the tracks.
Have a nice study.


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Medlem sedan Aug 06, 2011  345 poster Gary Sharp myfxpt com (myfxpt) Aug 09 2011 at 21:50
I have used Ichimoku Kinko Hyo for about 18-months and it works for me. I combine IKH with Heiken Ashi and MACD, and apply to 1-hour and 4-hour timeframes. My stop-loss is set just below the Kijun Sen (uptrend) or just above (downtrend), and this trails the Kijun Sen. Exit occurs if stop-loss is hit, or Tenkan Sen crosses the Kijun Sen. Heiken Ashi colour helps time my entries, whilst MACD confirms. At first sight IKH appears complex, but it is actually a very simple method to use. Want to learn about IKH? Check the link below:


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Medlem sedan Jan 26, 2011  1367 poster zzzero Aug 10 2011 at 06:53
i could also use a decent strategy.

thank you.


Medlem sedan Sep 28, 2011  16 poster PA (sudip02) Sep 29 2011 at 17:22
as a new trade i am also looking for some good indicators and system too... anyone pls give me some ideas


Medlem sedan Apr 18, 2011  239 poster Adolf (daily_martingle) Oct 08 2011 at 19:10
i have to say : bravo
you are holding this account with manual trading for a year now. that is not a thing that every trader could do. and you increase your balance up to 70%.
your problem now is that u have a very big DD , you should use hedge and martingale system together for avoid big DD , (if u dont using Stop losses)
when you are getting a signal from your manual strategy , instead of SL use sell stop (same Lot) in buy orders or (buy stop) instead of SL (same lot) in sell orders , to hedge your trade , in case of the market goes the opposite direction. hold trading until next signal , and increase your lot size twice , also use hedge order instead of SL. in this method you can always manage your account and avoid losses and DD.
for example take look at to my live system which uses the same thing.

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Medlem sedan Apr 18, 2011  239 poster Adolf (daily_martingle) Oct 08 2011 at 19:14

   sudip02 posted:
   as a new trade i am also looking for some good indicators and system too... anyone pls give me some ideas

i have many systems , let me know your E-Mail address and i will send you a few good systems. its good to start with

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Medlem sedan Oct 09, 2011  1 poster Loganathan Beemaraj (lbeemaraj) Oct 10 2011 at 07:33

Please send it to my id too.

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