- ybfjax commented Aug 19, 2015
What exactly does this have to do with forex?
- ybfjax commented Jun 18, 2015
What good would a Porsche do to someone in that region? Are these flats designed for high net worth individuals? I would imagine a scooter would be much more practical.
- ybfjax commented Feb 13, 2015
whomever trades with alpari russia or any subsidiary of alpari is a fool. Why would you place your funds with such a sh**bag?
- ybfjax commented Jan 27, 2015
@Traderathome, if no speculators (including dealers) are willing to take the other side of the trade, then price discovery will be extremely volatile until more people come in to trade. You cannot just fill what is not there. Unlike stocks and ...
- ybfjax commented Jan 16, 2015
Exness never lied about which accounts are b-book and which accounts are using an agency model. B-book is actually superior to A book for the majority of retail traders. The important thing is that the broker is CLEAR and CONSISTENT about how it ...
- ybfjax commented Sep 17, 2013
IF, IF, IF something like this is implemented, it should be volume-based. Below a certain volume per individual or person traded, no tax. After a couple of contracts of the same instrument, a tiered structure for the tax between 0.01-0.1% per ...
- ybfjax commented Sep 15, 2013
The only reason why the author would say that is because they are convinced that the only way to trade is to hopelessly guess market direction, instead of focus on position sizing and holding on to trades and risk speculatively until profit or loss ...
- ybfjax commented Sep 9, 2013
venzen has a point. Westernization is way overrated
- ybfjax commented Sep 1, 2013
Articles like this are often used to gain google pagerank. They talk extensively about how not to trade or how NOT to speculate, but never offer any specific advice on how it is supposed to be done. Could it be that they do not possess this wisdom, ...
- ybfjax commented Aug 29, 2013
FF has the US unemployment claims forecast at 330. was it 330 or 332k
- ybfjax commented Aug 27, 2013
LIQUIDITY (# of available contract and/or ability to get in and out of contracts) and VOLATILITY (the rate in which price moves up/down per unit volume) are two separate things. HFT never affected volatility beyond a tick or two; it affects ...
- ybfjax commented Jun 14, 2013
A much more effective method to using a basket is to use a grid in a particular market and then close out the basket at a pre-determined net profit.
- ybfjax commented May 29, 2013
so if there were money laundering detected at a bank, do you shut down the entire bank, or only the accounts in question? Why would it be any different for a payment processor like LibertyReserve? More and more people will see the need for bitcoin. ...
- ybfjax commented Apr 18, 2013
You are finally learning how price action works in practice
- ybfjax commented Jul 11, 2012
For his own sake. He does not want to have to face an even angrier customer mob waiting outside of the hospital room. They give him a break alright.
- ybfjax commented Jun 21, 2012
yes, MyFxBook has something similar. Very useful tool to see what traders (collectively) are thinking.
- ybfjax commented Jun 4, 2012
These type of tools only increase the transparency of the retail forex industry. Thanks.
- ybfjax commented May 7, 2012
a huge step in the right direction. I do hope you are not limiting yourself to USA-only brokers.
- ybfjax commented Nov 27, 2011
I think myfxbook has "absolute gain" which is equity based, correct?
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