DislikedSorry couldn't help myself
Here's what I see... easy peasy.Ignored
Which news can affect which currency? 17 replies
Which Indicators to Which Pairs ?? 17 replies
which pairs to watch at which open/close 5 replies
DislikedI hope I can trade in the middle of the chart. In reality, people can only trade at the rightmost of the chart.Ignored
DislikedAgreed, but what if? What if you really know what you doing? No pun intended.
One man trash (noise) is other man profit opportunity.Ignored
DislikedI've never traded D1 and probably never will. I have traded 1hr, 30m, 15m, 5m, and 1m. I prefer time frames 30m or less. I'm quite success with 30m, 15m, 5m and 1m.
Others bitch the transaction costs are more on the lower time frames. BS. A trade is a trade is a trade. Each trade has a cost associated with it. So you make 20 pips on your D1 and I make 20 pips on my 5m. Same transaction costs. Next...you make 100 pips on your D1. I make 200 pips on my 5m and probably twice the transaction costs. The difference is that I played the bounces off of...Ignored
DislikedI consider my time as a cost as any business would. If I have to sit in front of a screen all day to get a measly 200 pips on a 5 min chart then that trade has cost me much more than if I had put on a set and forget trade on a higher time frame and spent the day playing golf.
KK007: I'll be sending my invoice to you for the above text.Ignored
DislikedPorkpie, I never mentioned anything about sitting in front of the computer all day. All I need is a couple of hours a day. Different strokes for different folks.Ignored
Supposedly 90 something percent of 'traders' lose and probably 90 something percent of them lose because they look at the short, intra-day timeframes exclusively.Ignored
DislikedIncluding your 4,704 quality posts on FF?Ignored
DislikedFunny, I always tough was the other way around, most newbies and wanna-be-traders were fond of higher time frames due to their lack of knowledge and trading skills. Although I do agree 90%+ of market participants are losing money. Interesting point of view, nonetheless.Ignored