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Thread: Anybody have a good long term trading egy?

  1. #11
    Best long term egy is to STAY AWAY FROM FOREX.

    That straightforward TIP, will save a lot of cash.

    Of course individuals who squander their hard earned cash in FOREX are plain dumb, and won't hear the information. Thus, they can go and lose their cash in this gambling egy.

    At least they can't blame anyone, but themselves for not listening to the information.

    You cannot pretend to create money in a gambling system, for the very simple actuality that you can't forecast the future.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Best long term egy is to STAY AWAY FROM FOREX. That very simple TIP, will help save a lot of cash. Of course people who waste their hard earned cash in FOREX are plain dumb, and won't hear this information. Thus, they can go and lose their cash in this gambling egy. They cannot blame anybody, but themselves for not listening to this information. You cannot pretend to make money in a gambling system, for the very simple truth which you cannot predict the future.
    So are you here

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Been trading short phrase ready to learn some thing long term to acquire more pips and let trades run longer
    Carry trading ? No?
    Be careful with exposing your cash to market risk for a long moment.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Do a Google search for Oxford Smash Day. You'll find a daily system that has been thoroughly tested and is profitable- and FREE.
    Thank you for your advice, very interesting!

  5. #15
    There are a few pretty interesting egies here, ill have to check em out, thanks for sharing.

  6. #16
    I am currently working on a long-term trading platform based on pair trading. Backtesting is promising up to now.

  7. #17
    Point and Discover on daily charts is worth looking into

  8. #18
    This can help grasp some principles between medium, short to long term trading.

    http://www.investopedia.com/articles.../05/060205.asp

  9. #19
    Start looking for 2 currencies with central bank divergences: one that is increasing rates or looking to, and yet one that is decreasing. Buy the currency that is increasing rates, and sell the currency which is decreasing rates. This is the reason the markets move the way they do. Good luck.

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