Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Going with a pace

7 comments:

salamander said...

wow....your daily bread in ten minutes! I'm curious, what time of day are you trading (local) and what time would that be e.s.t.?

Soma said...

Forexbird, in the past you've mentioned using setups. Do you trade strictly by the setups only, or do you use the setups as guidelines and adapt your entries/exits to market conditions?

The forexbird said...

sorry for the late answers guys but i am on vacation right now with no internet connection!

Salamander,

my time for trading is 1700-1800 local, 10pm EST. Sometimes the London opening too.

Soma,
Some of the setups on this label are obsolete now, still there to show the evolution. I try to use the setups i have in mind now, and stick with them.

The forexbird said...

correction : 10am.

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Bond said...

Yes It is very important to go with the trend otherwise in a high risk market Forex, it is so easy to ride with the wrong pace and eventually throw all the capital, I always go where my broker OctaFX tells me since they have free expert analysis service that even if a blind follow he will also become successful so I am a guy with decent experience, so it is even easier for me to make profits with them.

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