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DislikedAl would you mind updating the post on first page when you get the chance?It's hard to find and follow the rules in such a fast-moving thread.Thanks in advance.Ignored
DislikedPlease note I'm still demo trading, but that's one more step to build my confidence prior to going live.
DislikedPlease note, you can´t build confidence leave open trade without SL.
You make that only becuase you are in demo.
Is better for you and your money, make the "same" you will do with real money.Ignored
DislikedAs you may have noticed, I no longer answer questions that have been asked and answered repeatedly. In fact, if you see that I don´t answer a question, you can bet your bottom dollar that it has been answered many times and a simple search will take care of it.Ignored
Dislikedmy sense tells me to wait for a short while.... buying low.Ignored
I have a few quick questions regarding the new dashboard and how you decide to take the signals. In an earlier response to Sabry, it sounds like a signal is not given until all of the rules are met plus a couple of filters like Fast Trix.
If the one higher time frame is between -.50 and .50 (ranging by our definition), is the dashboard signal alone enough to put you in a trade? Or do you look for other confirmations? If so, what else do you look at? Do you wait until candle close?
I realize that trades 15-20 pips beyond the bands...Ignored
DislikedLast night I left an EJ short trade open, with no SL or TP. And, for my surprise, when I got back from work today, I closed it for a VERY NICE +144 pips of profit. HOW COOL IS THAT ? Please note I'm still demo trading, but that's one more step to build my confidence prior to going live.
Also, you guys may want to check this article. "Unkle Al" seems to be right again !
Forecast: EUR/USD to Fall to 1.15 in First Half of 2012 http://www.dailyfx.com/forex/fundame..._for_2012.html...Ignored
DislikedJapanese bank Nomura has apparently issued a trade recommendation selling EUR/JPY at 109.50 with a target of 106.00 and a stop at 111.00.
Reasons for the trade are cited as all the latest factors for the rise are running out of steam, such as US Treasury yields, recent BOJ easing and lack of improving data in the Eurozone
EUR/JPY’s sitting at 109.53