- calamardo replied Sep 9, 2017
Yes that's correct, you should choose the highest leverage your brokers offers, that way the margin required is lower. This will allow you to keep most of your money at the bank and only a small part deposited in your trading account.
- calamardo replied Sep 1, 2017
Trading is not about that, I suggest you to read larry harris book "trading & exchanges" so you can understand who, how and why people trade.
- calamardo replied Sep 4, 2015
Thanks man, I cracked my self up reading this!
- calamardo replied Jul 15, 2015
They didn't announced it as far as I know, I just noticed it was not available anymore in the Fxnews and I asked customer service about it...
- calamardo replied Jul 2, 2015
Thanks for the twitter suggestions!
- calamardo replied Jul 1, 2015
So which one would you recommend (free or paid)?
- Oanda discontinuing Thomson Reuters financial news
Starting on July 1st, Oanda will stop providing thomson reuters financial news (IFR forex ...
- calamardo replied Feb 8, 2013
IFR often publishes information about who is behind certain market movements. You really need to pay attention to a news service, a chart does not contain that kind of information.
- calamardo replied Jan 28, 2013
Because it's not.
- calamardo replied Jan 17, 2013
Well, based on my experience, I would say money management is the easy part of trading Forex. You have full control of the size of your trade and the setting of your TP and SL.
- calamardo replied Jan 13, 2013
Yes, you're right. Most useful thing in this forum is the calendar! And i would also like to say that most knowledge comes from books. For example, "Trading and Exchanges by Larry Harris" costs about 50 dollars and there's more useful info in there ...
- calamardo replied Nov 19, 2012
Why would You need to discuss your trading strategy with your broker anyway?
- calamardo replied Nov 6, 2012
Because in reality most systems published on this or any other forum don't work, but in order to discuss this we would have to go back to how a system is developed and how markets work, but that's another topic.
- calamardo replied Oct 29, 2012
Cause and effect relationship. There has to be a reason why your system works, that's how you decide if you want to trade it or not. If you can't explain why and how your system works, then it is 100 % sure unprofitable. This kind of thinking will ...
- calamardo replied Oct 22, 2012
An interesting approach is to remove your stop loss (if any), turn your computer off and then come back in a few days.
- calamardo replied Oct 17, 2012
I have taken more than 2500 trades since 2007, still losing but I have survived.
- calamardo replied Sep 28, 2012
Oh please, are You serious? there's no conspiracy against You or against anyone. There's a lot of good information about Forex out there, and most of that information is found on books. By the way, what is "practicing on charts"? There seems to be ...
- calamardo replied Sep 26, 2012
Trading & Exchanges. Larry Harris Markets and Market Logic. Steidlmayer - Koy Orderflow Trading For Fun And Profit. Daemon Goldsmith Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator. Don't remember the author right now... "carol Osler" (Do a google search and ...
- calamardo replied Sep 19, 2012
Your charts and lines are simply not enough, you need other kind of information to know where buying/selling interest is sitting at. Start reading a news service such as IFR.
- calamardo replied Aug 29, 2012
Hu? The answer would be zero. Anyway, I'm just saying we've all seen this "trade less-keep it simple-just catch a few pips" kind of advice many times before, and it's just so boring.... Really? This is your advice after seven years of trading ...