- CoolScalper replied May 2, 2014
Yes I agree if your account size is huge and you have enough equity to hang tight through the drawdown, you can probably hold a position till you are back in B/E or profit zone. That said, it is just not very productive usage of capital. Plus, if ...
- CoolScalper replied Apr 24, 2014
Personally, I withdraw the less of 50% of net earnings per month or my predetermined 'monthly expenses' and accumulate the majority as working capital. This allows me to increase my trading size gradually while allowing the accumulation to serve as ...
- CoolScalper commented Apr 23, 2014
I was a Treasury Specialist for a top tier Private Bank before turning day trading full time. One thing I have learned through all these years, and this is 101 in my line of work btw, is never to short the currencies with high positive interest rate ...
- CoolScalper commented Apr 22, 2014
Given the approximately 95% negative correlation between EUR and CHF, we can conclude that EUR is 13% undervalue. If and only if SNB is correct.
- CoolScalper replied Apr 16, 2014
To be a great scalper, you must have a positive expectant trading system and you must have the discipline to adhere to the system rules at all times. More important than a good system, you must have strong money management/risk management rules to ...
- CoolScalper replied Apr 10, 2014
Hello everyone! New to this forum and thought I drop by to say hi. As my nick suggests, I am a scalper and hope to share my experience and trading tips in this thread.
- CoolScalper commented Apr 4, 2014
As usual, the big banks are all wrong. So off the mark! Even a layman pulled off the street may make a more accurate forecast.
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