I am very impressed with everything I have seen and read here. I am fresh from a nasty experience with a robot very recently launched on the market, that simply did not work - at all - even on backtest. I like the way this webpage has been presented, very individually styled... very personal. It doesn't follow the same old, same old... And that gives me confidence to try your software. I'm looking forward to it.
Automated trading software operates according to a pre-defined trade plan or algorithm without the need for manual intervention. They also sometimes go by the name of Expert Advisors or EAs and often run as such on the popular MetaTrader4 trading platform. The so-called forex trading robots available on the commercial forex market generally fall into this category, as do personalized trade plans that traders program or have programmed themselves.
The bare bones of foreign currency exchange trading are simple. You make money off exchanging one country’s money for another. However, exploiting those fluctuations or price movements requires both strategy and savvy. Signing up for online tutorials or in-person conferences will help you lay a base layer of knowledge on the forex market, but traders agree that true expertise is built on the job. Jump in to a demo or a real (small sum) account and start hitting buttons, pulling from vast online resources whenever you hit a snag or just a big, fat question mark.
Fapturbo is surely profitable but can be better for the short and long run if an improvement is added to the robot for closing orders at small loss when a trend looks to be possibly starting in opposite direction of the order especially when an order is opened at sell and it must had been a buy or vice versa( as seen when the price reach stop loss). By this, no pair will be reaching the stop loss. so gains will be consitent while when loss comes from time to time it will be small losses. I think this is the only major weak point that many fapturbo users are facing. Besides, if fapturbo owners can add a special part in the forum area to daily update FT users about what pairs might be profitable with FT trading this day and which pairs can be bad to be set for FT trading especailly that FT owners can do backtests on the robot for all pairs and nearly determine which pairs might appear the best performing ones for this or that day. Other than that, Everything is great, good gains and superb work by FT guys. I hope this message is taken by open heart and mind. To More Success
In the process of communication, the person was not embarrassed by the fact that he practically merged, destroyed my deposit! Further, when the market began to unfold and the margin began to be released, he continued to increase trading volumes http://prntscr.com/f8ii3w - he explained this by saying that this transaction should take my account out of the negative balance.
ZuluTrade, founded in 2007, was created in order to enable traders to share their knowledge with people interested in their strategies. In the strictest sense, ZuluTrade is considered a Forex autotrading platform, as it allows traders to automatically copy the trades of others into their own trading platform. Many also consider it a social trading platform, however, because traders can leave comments and feedback and see live feeds of other traders' activities.
I agree that most of what is available on the internet is total junk that does not work HOWEVER, I disagree it is not possible. in fact jpmorgan just announced they have developed an AI that replaces all of their manual traders and works far more efficient so now their client order entry is far more efficient. can their AI be used to speculate? of course it can! automation is the wave of the future which really, can you even call it a market any more with robot vs robot? I have developed my own which proves it is possible. the technology is unique and one of a kind unlike anything else out there I have seen and I have looked at just about everything. the system covers both range and trend at the same time which is unheard of. the key for my system was not being greedy. if you want to automate, which I recommend, just make sure you keep it very conservative always increasing the balance over time. when you are available to trade manually, cherry pick the positions and manage them correctly for the bigger boost in balance. the reason I chose to automate to begin with was to free up time and take advantage of the fantastic trends that occur in the market just about every day and certainly within each week without having to go crazy and blind staring at screens all the time. if works and it was not an easy thing to invent either. another thing, this blog recommends to trade daily bars and above which for manually trading is absolutely correct since the big money is always in the long term trends. the shorter term you go, the more noise in the market, the more noise, the less reliable = loss which is exactly why ***CORRECT*** automation for short term makes complete sense. besides that, as a small speculator, how are you going to compete with juggernauts like jpmorgan and goldman sacs who have unlimited resources to develop elaborate AI technology? simple answer, YOU ARE NOT! or just stick to the long term trends as this blog has already recommended and forget about short term which is unreliable for most if not all as this article correctly pointed out.
Moreover, UTIP trading solution is lighter that most of the other solutions. Due to this, this platform will allow you to make more charting using less power of your computer. So if you are thinking that you are underperforming because the platform takes too much resources or simply your computer does not have enough juice, you should have a look at UTIP platform!
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