Hey everybody, i was scouring the internet and came across this on moneytec.com's forum. it sounds interesting and i may try it on OaNda's demo. just wondering what you think!

"As you may already know, the current federal interest rates are 4.50% for the

USA, 2.50% for EUR, and 1% for CHF. So every time you buy EUR/USD, you are

earning 2.50% APR on EUR, and losing 4.50% APR on USD, so the brokers charge you

that interest every night. On the other hand when you buy USD/CHF, you earn

4.50% APR on USD and losing 1% APR on CHF, so you are earning 3.50%. Some

brokers actually pay you that interest. is one of those brokers. So you

may already know that EUR/USD and USD/CHF are pretty much mirror images of one

another. As one goes up, the other goes down, with very minor deviations. So

if

you open both positions, as market moves, you earn pips on one, and lose pips on

the other, overall pretty much breaking even. You are losing 2.00% interest on

one pair, and earning 3.5% interest on the other. That's 1.5% APR profit.

Now imagine, with 's 50:1 leverage, it's like getting 1.5%*50=75% APR!

That's not even the most exciting part. The most exciting part is that you

should constantly see deviation between the pairs, some days it'll be negative,

and other days it'll be positive. You simply close both positions when the

deviation is positive, make 10, 20, 30 pips profit, and reopen the positions. I

did it twice this week for overall profit of around 40 pips. This week, I've

been experimenting with a $5,000 demo account, and I currently have a balance of

$5,535.66, which is $535.66 profit just this week. I'll see if I can turn

$5,000

to $10,000 on demo, and if I will, I'll go live with this strategy.

The way I've been calculating my positions to maximize this strategy on

with 50:1 leverage. I divide whatever amount I have on my account by 0.0588.

That gives me the lot number to buy on EUR/USD pair with still enough margin to

allow for deviation. So for $5,000, it's $85,034. Then I multiply 85,034 by

the

current USD/CHF rate, so in this case 85,034*1.2899, that equals to 109,685.

That way a pip on each pair equals to the same amount of money. And I open my

orders. "

sounds interesting.

"As you may already know, the current federal interest rates are 4.50% for the

USA, 2.50% for EUR, and 1% for CHF. So every time you buy EUR/USD, you are

earning 2.50% APR on EUR, and losing 4.50% APR on USD, so the brokers charge you

that interest every night. On the other hand when you buy USD/CHF, you earn

4.50% APR on USD and losing 1% APR on CHF, so you are earning 3.50%. Some

brokers actually pay you that interest. is one of those brokers. So you

may already know that EUR/USD and USD/CHF are pretty much mirror images of one

another. As one goes up, the other goes down, with very minor deviations. So

if

you open both positions, as market moves, you earn pips on one, and lose pips on

the other, overall pretty much breaking even. You are losing 2.00% interest on

one pair, and earning 3.5% interest on the other. That's 1.5% APR profit.

Now imagine, with 's 50:1 leverage, it's like getting 1.5%*50=75% APR!

That's not even the most exciting part. The most exciting part is that you

should constantly see deviation between the pairs, some days it'll be negative,

and other days it'll be positive. You simply close both positions when the

deviation is positive, make 10, 20, 30 pips profit, and reopen the positions. I

did it twice this week for overall profit of around 40 pips. This week, I've

been experimenting with a $5,000 demo account, and I currently have a balance of

$5,535.66, which is $535.66 profit just this week. I'll see if I can turn

$5,000

to $10,000 on demo, and if I will, I'll go live with this strategy.

The way I've been calculating my positions to maximize this strategy on

with 50:1 leverage. I divide whatever amount I have on my account by 0.0588.

That gives me the lot number to buy on EUR/USD pair with still enough margin to

allow for deviation. So for $5,000, it's $85,034. Then I multiply 85,034 by

the

current USD/CHF rate, so in this case 85,034*1.2899, that equals to 109,685.

That way a pip on each pair equals to the same amount of money. And I open my

orders. "

sounds interesting.

PipMasterFlex