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    Dear FF-Community-Member!

    The Forex, or Foreign Exchange market is now the absolutely hottest item on the trading and speculating scene. Just in sheer quantity, the global trading market is about 5,000 times bigger than the total stocks, options, bonds and futures markets in the united states. It functions 24 hours a day, is very volatile, and can be equally as exciting as alternatives trading. I understand how difficult trading could be. Currency trading, Currency Market trading and stock trading can sometimes be fruing and hard, especially if you are just starting out. It's much too easy to become overloaded with information and also feel lost or confused. Would not it be great if you could find put yourself on the road to trading successfully? Some plogical parameters must be activate when trading the Forex market, e.g. the Tolerance to Risk. Most people have a different tolerance to risk and managing risk is a vital portion of trading well consistently. So if most of us have a different tolerance to risk, clearly we won't all have the exact same level of relaxation and confidence in the exact same trading plan. Therefore, most of us must find that approach that suits us as a single person. There is really just one caveat: Forex Currency trading is largely done on margin, so be careful and do not overextend yourself!

    Trading Concept
    Swing Trades should be done at CCI(14) Tops and Bottoms Trading Strategy with due regards to a Multiple Time Frame Analyse (MTFA). CCI(14) Tops Bottom Trading is easy, fast economic. Watch Time Cell Trading, please:
    Time Mobile Trading (TCT) is a manual trading egy. Trades may be triggered within different time frames and can used in ranging and in trending markets. TCT has employed since 2004. It is possible to use Time Cell Trading egy only by using the CCI(14) tops and bottoms in conjunction with the price action (e.g. engulfing patterns, hammers, shooting stars, in bars). It is simple and efficient! If you will get other arguments more, so look at the extreme points at murrey math or/and at the pivotal points and/or the fibonnacis. The EMA lines will show you besides price action momentum and if there's a trending surroundings or a ranging market.

    The principle that I have laid out for CCI-Top--Bottom-Strategy ought to be just a principle - guidelines, not specify rules carved in stone, learning how to recognize high probability entries can improve your likelihood of succeeding when trading this egy.

    Time Frames: any

    Currency pairs: any

    Indiors: BB, CCI(14), Pivotals, EMAs, Fibonacci Degrees, Support Resistance, ADX, MACD

    Trade ExampleS
    EURUSD, H1, 2011 March 28, p.4, #58; EURUSD, M1, 2011 March 29, p.5, #61; GBPNZD, H1, 2011 April 09, p.11, #156; EURUSD, EURUSD, M5, 2011 April 14, p.15, #212; M1, 2011 April 14, p.15, #215;

    Indiors - Back Copy:
    ADX in procedure
    CCI gt;gt;gt; CCI Indikator (ger.) , p.16, #228; Trading Forex with Woodies CCI, p.16, #229; Sophistied Trading System (CCI Divergence Breakout) gt; Link, p.16, #230; Channel Breakouts With The CCI (by Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg), p.16, #231; Commodity Channel Index (CCI) with a CCI Download Box gt; Link, p.16, #233; Forex CCI Indior Explained, p.16, #234, #235; CCI Forex Floor Trader System, p.16, #236;
    Bollinger Bands under way
    EMA in procedure
    Fibonacci Levels in procedure
    MACD in procedure
    Pivotal Points gt;gt;gt; p.19, #271;
    Price Patterns gt;gt;gt; Candlesticks Charts Explained, p.19, #273 et seq.;
    Trend Lines gt;gt;gt; How to Draw Trendlines, p.15, #218; Forex Technical Analysis, p.15, #219; Trendlines gt; Links, p.15, #220; Die Trend Lines (ger.) #222; Forex Trading Tool - The Three Trendline Strategy, p.15, #223.
    WellxAMA in procedure

    Articles Links
    Why High Probability Forex Trading Strategies Are For Suckers! , p.3, #44; Forex Day Trading, Scalping and Swing Trading, p.4, #46; US Dollar Index, p.4, #50; trading the Dollar with USDX, p.4, #51; Forex Lots, pips, risk, leverage. Margin, spread, order forms, swap, etc all explaine, p.7, #91; Trading Multiple Time Frames in FX, p.7, Number 92; Multiple Time Frame Analysen (ger.) , p.7, #93; Multiple Time Frameanalysis Of The Spot Forex, p.7, #94; Just What Time Frame Should I Trade? , p.7, #95; Leading 4 Fibonacci Retracement Mistakes To Avoid, p.10, #150 p.11, #151; Forex Strategy Flag ABC, p.13, #185; A Beginner's Guide To Scalping In The Forex Markets, p.13, #186; How to decide on the very best combination of Forex indiors, p. 13, #195; Forex Money Management Exit Strategies, p.18, #258;

    Music Songs
    Michel Petrucciani - Take the A Train, p.9, #132; Michel Petrucciani Trio - Cantabile, p.9, #133;

    More trades are printed at:

    Actual Account
    Trades ought to be done at an 250. -$ Actual Account.
    Normally I do not trade with a 250. -$ Account. The initial trial was a totally crash down (see there,, please). I really don't feel that it's possible to exchange with a 250. -$ Account badly with 0.01 lot, nevertheless it should be a trier. Considerable trades need to be done at minimal 1'000. -$ with maximum 0.01 Lot sizes or a 10'000. -$ Depot around 0.1 Lot with state 1 percent Profit per Day. Do you prefere a Greater Risk Trading Plan? Let's see the Kooky K's, p.4, #66 (Goal: 25-50% Profit per Month).
    Last Result: See p.23, #339 at 2011 Mai 04.

    Actual Account, Deposit: 250. -$; Beginning Date: 2011 April 26
    Goal A-Level: 2.50. -$ per Day (1%) / Target H-Level: Kooky K's (25-50% Profit per Month, p.4, #66), see also p.20, #287;

    Trading the Forex Market?
    I'm only explaining how I do it and why, nothing longer.

    I want all of you success delights!
    Kindest regards

    2011 Mai 4
    It is time to state Good-Bye!
    Enough has been said!
    I want you Success Happiness!

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    Forex Scalping - Scalpers Wanted

    Forex scalping is in high demand nowadays. Many forex brokers frown upon scalpers, but not us. We're always on the lookout for gifted scalpers.

    Definition of Forex Scalping </b>
    FX Scalping usually involves opening and closing a situation in seconds or minutes for a couple pips of profit. Even though scalping involves using leverage and higher leverage means higher risk, the brief time period a forex scalper can be in a trade decreases the exposure risk that is inherent in trading or investing as a result of holding of a situation. If done properly, scalping provides this additional amount of risk control that is not even present in routine day trading.

    Why don't most brokerage firms like forex scalpers? </b>
    Since many brokers are making money trading from their clients through their coping desks. Yes; this remains legal in the forex market. Even though this may not affect as much ordinary traders (even day traders) that remain in a trade for hours or days, scalpers are another breed of trader. The profitability of scalping currencies can be drastically reduced if the correct trading company is not utilized. The small proportion of successful scalpers are often kicked out by a single forex broker after a second.
    When you've used a forex scalping egy successfully before, you probably know the atmosphere (

    Forex Scalping Platforms - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly </b>
    Scalpers utilize All Kinds of platforms to scalp currencies, but likely one of the most frequent is MetaTrader 4 (a.k.a., MT4). MT4 is created by a Russian company, and it has become kind of the de facto standard among many Foreign Exchange day traders. The issue in using MT4 for scalping has nothing to do with the platform , but with the unscrupulous brokers that permit the software and provide it to their clients (see the explanation earlier on brokers that transaction against their customers).
    For MT4 to be used in scalping the forex market without any limitations or restrictions, an ECN- or STP-type feed has to be utilized. We provide STP execution to accommodate extreme forex day trading or scalping.

    Forex Scalping Robot - Automated Systems versus Manual Execution? </b>
    While many forex scalpers trade manually, advancements in computing technology and effective trading platforms like MT4 have given birth to some other breed of scalper: the system trader or automated scalper. Many scalpers create forex robots or trading algorithms that are fully or partially automated, increasing execution efficacy and accessible trading opportunities. ...

    Forex Scalping System - How Can an FX Scalping Strategy Look Like? </b>
    Scalping egies or progr in FX vary greatly. True scalping egies all attempt to minimize losses to small quantities and they're all in the market a rather brief period of times. Some traders claim to get a trading platform, but rather allow losing positions to bleed for a very long time period with the expectation of liquidating them at a long term profit. That method of trading is not scalping and it's a sure route to disaster in FX trading.

    Is Scalping Scalable? </b>
    Among the downsides of scalping in almost any market, not just Foreign Exchange, is a lack of scalability. Scalping systems and traders who scalp cannot continue to increase their transaction size linearly as their account size or resources under management (AUM) grow. At some point, the dimensions of those transactions required while scalping will affect the overall profitability of the whole system, since more transaction rejections and/or partial matches will be undergone.

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    The one thing that makes forex investing a superb thrill ride is that most brokers will allow you to exchange on ridiculously significant margins of 100:1 (or perhaps 200:1). This means that in case you would like to exchange a lot of 10,000 value of currency pair components, you only actually need to invest $100. This provides you huge leverage over a trade. Your leverage on stocks options, in contrast, is in the region of 10:1. It is in the use of the leverage that forex trading could be so profitable. It also suggests that this leverage can do you serious harm if you do not use proper, automated prevent losses in your transactions. Bear in mind that you're in effect borrowing the money from the broker, and if you lose out badly, he will want it back! You ought to be very careful to take into account how much you will commit to a transaction, so that in case your commerce moves to your stop loss, you won't exceed your funding.

  5. #5
    Day commerce vs Swing commerce:
    what's the distinction in Forex trading?

    Day traders typically buy and sell currencies throughout the day, in the expectation which the currency price will fluctuate through the day, hence giving them opportunities to earn quick profits. A day trader can hold a open position anywhere from a few seconds to a couple hours, but will close out his position before he goes to sleep. Consequently, the day trader does not hold any overnight positions.
    On the other hand, swing traders have a slightly longer time horizon than day traders for holding an open position. Just like day traders do, swing traders also attempt to speculate that the short-term changes of a currency price. Swing traders, however, tend to hold open positions for over 1 day, but could also hold them for a few hours to many days, if that's essential in order to capture a larger movement. I will highlight some differences between day trading and swing trading Forex below:

    Frequency of Trades
    One means of day trading is by way of scalping, which is the quick and repeated buying and selling of currencies within minutes or seconds. The objective of scalping is to obtain a few pips and there, however, trading using a larger volume to make up for the small number of pips gained in an intraday basis. Would you enjoy this hectic means of trading? If not, you might choose to swing trade rather, and set a trade only when you find the chance to do so and hold it for a few hours or for a few days.

    Overall Costs
    Considering that a day trader places a lot more trades than the usual swing trader would, he incurs higher fixed costs in the form of spreads for every trade he puts. He needs to make certain that the currency pair that he trades has a very tight spread in order to increase his chances of profit for each trade. The quality of fills is extremely important to your day trader since he can't afford to endure any slippage.
    A swing trader, on the other hand, will incur significantly less trade costs as a result of low frequency of trades, but might be subjected to rollover fees when he sells a currency with a higher interest rate against one with a lower interest rate, also holds that position . On the other hand, the rollover fees are very modest compared to the spreads and the potential profits.

    Sort of Analysis
    There are day traders who trade exclusively based on intraday technical signs, and dismiss fundamental elements entirely, and there are those who take the larger picture into account when deciding their intraday trades. This contrasts to swing traders who adopt a joint egy of longer-term analysis of technicals and fundamentals when trying to ascertain decent entry opportunities.
    Swing traders, whose purpose is to capture a larger move instead of small tick movements, are consequently more worried about the overall fundamentals of the currencies that they are focusing on. For all those day traders who ignore fundamentals, and exchange only according to their tick-by-tick platform, their myopic trading vision may adversely influence their overall trading performance, and this is due to the fact that it is primarily fundamentals that move the markets.
    They could be entering the market at a time when significant news are being released, or if most traders are sitting from the sideline and nervously awaiting information releases, and such poor timing would probably stop out their positions.
    So, whichever style you are trading, whether day or swing trading, then it is definitely more valuable if you take note of fundamentals in general.

    There is definitely merit in the day trading and swing trading, also is up to the individual to pick his modus operandi to match his own taste, and making certain that he understands the specific differences of each trading style.

  6. #6
    What is a Trading Plan?

    Unfortunately for a lot of individuals who start trading, a lot will find success difficult to attain. One wonders exactly what the minority are doing that provide them the advantage over the huge majority who abandon the market with less cash than what they had when they started trading. Regrettably, a lot of people who neglect walk away with very little of what they'd originally.
    So what is it that separates the successful from those who fail? If you ask anybody who has researched trading for any period of time, they will reply'plogy'. They will include that'your plogy' is what will make or break you as a trader. Basically, your mental ability to handle losses and profits, the good times and the bad, your capacity for risk management, as well as the self-discipline necessary to prevent becoming too greedy are subsumed beneath the heading of'trading plogy', together with a number of other similar skills and skills. If we're naturally inclined to violate all of the time-tested trading rules, how do we overcome those natural trends and therefore control our mindset? One of the greatest reasons that our mindset is such a determinant of our trading success is that our emotions affect our activities. Irrational emotions have very little place in our trading; however, removing our emotions out of our decision making is easier said than done. It's our emotions that make us violate the trading rules that have been demoned to work over hundreds of years.

    Must Suit You
    First and foremost in order to have a good trading plan is having a plan that perfectly suits you and is right for you. The top traders have discovered an approach that they are quite comfortable with and confident in... nevertheless most importantly it suited them. Not one of them have found any magic solution nor have they found that perfect trading approach that gets it right every time.

    Subsequently of course, how do you possibly develop a egy that's appropriate for you whether you truly don't know yourself? I believe that the very first part of assembling your trading plan must be to run a self-assessment.

    A good trading plan suits that you are, and a number of other factors such as even the seemingly unimportant things like how much time you have to commit to your trading, your level of computer competence, your surroundings and your tolerance to risk. The final one is important.

    Most people have a different tolerance to risk and managing risk is a vital part of trading well consistently. If we all have a different tolerance to risk, clearly we won't have the exact same amount of comfort and confidence in precisely the exact same trading program. Therefore, we all have to discover that approach that suits us as a single person.

    Important Factors
    A number of the more important factors include your personality traits such as patience, confidence, decisiveness, emotional stability, mental stability, and probably above all, your attitude.

    Another key component to the trading plan is the ease in which you can execute it... over time, I've had the joy of speaking to thousands of traders from a number of countries and during this time, I've learnt many things. Based on these discussions and my observations, I am convinced that generally people fail at trading for 2 main reasons.

    First, the majority of actions required for success are counter intuitive and if people are not aware of this, they often always make poor trading decisions. Second, and backing up my point here about ease of execution, when people realise that trading is not as easy as they thought it'd be, they tend to overcomplie their trading plans which often causes additional problems. Software now available with a myriad of technical indiors probably does not help this circumstance.

    Keep It Simple
    Whenever I speak to folks, I guess that a trading plan needs to be easy as it makes it a lot easier for us to follow it. What's more, simple approaches have demoned over time to work.
    When you consider it, the time tested trading principles like cutting your losses, letting your profits run, follow the trend and keep trade sizes small (just to name a few) are based on very simple concepts.

    By way of example, after you enter a transaction, if the price moves down to a pre-defined initial stop loss point, then shut the trade and reduce the reduction. It sounds easy as it is. The others are equally as straightforward. Don't overcomplie your trading plan -- it does not have to be.

    Finally, some tips for putting one together... clearly having a trading plan facilitates your decision making by helping reduce the influence of your feelings from your equation and, therefore, will hopefully allow you to trade better. The very best way to be sure you get the most out of your trading plan is to write down everything. I believe that your trading plan should take into account three broad areas (nothing new here), as follows: Your trading mindset (or plogy) your cash management (position size, pyramid egies, and so on) your trading method (prerequisites for transaction initiation, filtering procedures, daily routine, and so on) One thing I've experienced through the years is lots of people who accept that a trading plan is a vital requirement to trading nicely, yet they do not know where to start to put one together. I accept that it can be overwhelming at first to tackle this matter.

    3 Key Decisions
    So I want to simplify this for you. There are 3 key decisions you need to make when trading and if we think in these conditions and your trading plan answers each question, then you may have the makings of a simple yet robust trading program. Despite what I listed previously as the three broad areas in your plan, your trading boils down to the following: Under what circumstances will you enter a transaction? How much cash will you commit to the trade? Under what circumstances will you shut the trade? Never envision your trading plan as a comprehensive record containing pages and pages of information because then it'll overwhelm you and can deter you from compiling one in the first place. Consider the easy terms above and as soon as you've answered the above questions, then you can add some detail to it as time goes on.
    A trading plan is straightforward, easy to execute, and most importantly suits you and your personality.

  7. #7
    Trading Indiors
    The stochastics indior is comparable to the relative strength indior as it measures the momentum of this market and may warn as to when a market is perceived to become overbought or oversold. Any reading above 80 is considered overbought and under 20 is deemed oversold. Swing traders use the stochatic indior to buy [...]
    Relative Strength Index, or RSI, is a favourite amongst many bank traders. It's a momentum indior which will help identify the trend and possible overbought and oversold regions on the market. The indior's scale ranges from 0 to 100. Usually, readings below 30 indie oversold and readings above 70 indie overbought. When the indior is [...]
    Simple moving averages are perhaps among the oldest and hottest swing trading indiors. Many traders use easy moving averages for trend identifiion. The most typical for swing trading are the 150 and 200 easy moving average on the daily chart to identify the long-term trend. There are different types of moving [...]

    Indiors could be a navigator instrument for me, not more.

  8. #8
    Open Trades - Swing Trading

    EURUSD and USDCHF are hedged at different levels.

    I waiting at higher timeframes H1/H4/Daily to get a favored exit prospect.

    Swing concessions could operate in a loss in the meantime. The most of these will turn in a profit trade sooner or later. The minus transactions between -14. -$ and -20. -$ shouldn't create an advanced level trader worried.

    I'm waiting to get a descending volatility and momentum parameter this past week. If the market price would run south (bearish) in the upcoming days then this will make an approaching issue that the open buy orders should be balanced, e.g. with short time higher lotsized scalping trades.

    See also #11, please.

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    Scalping Trades Now, 2011 March 21

    It could be achieved a profit by over 6% by scalping trades now.

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    EURUSD, Monthly, 2011 March 21
    EURUSD, Weekly, 2011 March 22

    International View:
    Support Resistance Line

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