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 on: July 26, 2011, 11:54:51 PM 
Started by Jack_C - Last post by Aaron_Brown
As a 10+ year Forex trader, here is how I trade to make money...

If you want, you can also follow these steps. I've dumbed it down to the easiest, yet safest way to win in the Forex.

1) Open a live account at
2) Select AAAFx broker, and open MICRO account with 200:1 leverage.
3) Deposit at least $300 in your account to start.
4) "Add to Portfolio" the top 20 strategies at
5) Don't add any strategy that makes less than 10 average pips per trade.
6) ...when adding strategies, set maximum number of trades to 5, and...
7) lot size of 0.1 "mini" lots for each $1000 in your account.
Cool It will trade automatically, following all those top 20 strategies.
9) Then sit back, relax and take a vacation as you make easy Forex money.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:50:13 PM 
Started by Jack_C - Last post by Raysor
It's too small an amount. Let's say the charges are 10 euros a trade, minimum. Then you have the spread. That's the two-way price of every share. So you buy at 25 when they are 23/25 and you sell at 28 when they are 28/30 (unless you mean they are 30/32) Why not do spread betting. You can do , possibly, 1 euro a point.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:45:00 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by Josh_S
Depends on the type of stocks that you are buying. Higher dollar stocks that you buy are going to pay less unless you are using alot of money. Penny Stocks and Nickel Stocks are the type of stocks that you are either going to watch very closely or set a Sell Limit on these so you dont lose to much money.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:40:18 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by John_W
In a joint interview of Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, Bill Gates said that he takes two weeks every year to read about 250 position papers, Buffet replied that he does the same except that it's 50 weeks a year.   If it's investing that you're talking about then it's a life long pursuit but not necessarily a time critical pursuit in that you shouldn't have to watch the market second by second.   Now day trading is very much a different beast as you're trying to open and close positions in very short time frames.   Essentially with day trading, you're trying to identify arbitrage opportunities and are often chasing opportunities with very small advantages which makes money management aka risk management critical to success.   For most people, day trading is something that simply is beyond their skill and talents but not beyond their ego so eventually they will over bet and in gambling and investment terms, suffer a blowout.   Now you may believe that you're up to it, but chances are you're not and unless you take that to heart, you'll be setting yourself up for a lot of grief.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:34:48 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by drmark27
Day trading is a job in and of itself.  People think they can just "trade here and there" with a full-time job in the forefront.  They soon learn the trading becomes lost money just like any other hobby (but unlike other hobbies, it's not enjoyable because you're losing that money!).

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:30:09 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by Raysor
If you are day trading you probably need to stare at the screen all day! Unless you got a better method.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:25:15 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by Auntie_Mame
It is more than a full time job to be a day trader. You need to keep aware of everything going on in the world. I often had 3 to 5 TVs  tuned in to various news and business  programs from 6am to midnight. You'll need a fast Internet connection with automated broker than can make trades in less than a second and provides streaming real time quotes of all trades going on. At the end of the day (or if you want to take a meal outside the office), convert everything to cash. You can easily loose a year's profit in an hour if something happens and you are not there to react.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:22:53 PM 
Started by isnardo_z - Last post by polaroi
just watch the news or read the paper see whats going say you have tomato stock and Florida gets a bad frost(most ppl grow them there) your stock goes down..recent study's say that tomatoes help you live better,stock goes up....only requires a little bit of work to buy and sell but you haft to pay attention there is no room for slaking off.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:20:40 PM 
Started by Isaac_Vulcger - Last post by Mike_Cichocki
As a retail trader "owning" shares in a company means nothing. In fact retail holdings are so minuscule that even all totaled we still have no say in the companies direction or future. Price movement is what pays you as a trader or investor. Don't worry about WHY the price is moving because bias doesn't pay you and you can't control the price. Dividends are basically profit sharing and that's the one true benefit of "owning" shares of a blue chip or big company IMO.

 on: July 26, 2011, 11:15:53 PM 
Started by Isaac_Vulcger - Last post by jeff410
For the same reason you buy any other asset, such as a house.  Because you have equity in the company, and you are entitled to a share of the dividends if they pay it.  You have a claim on the earnings and the assets of the company in liquidation.  Although as a common shareholder you're last in line on the claim.  And you get a vote on major issues.

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