A NO-NONSENSE TEXT PAGE FOR AN ACTUAL CURRENCY TRADER. YOU GET OUR LATEST EXTREMELY LOW-LEVERAGED LONGTERM BETTING ON MAIN CURRENCIES RELATIVE TO ONE ANOTHER WITH AN AIM TO GET EG THIRTY PERCENT PROFIT YEARLY, OR BETTER *awaken your intuition and turn off the autopilots* a no-nonsense practical text & link page for those who wish to do low-leverage betting on main currencies only, extremely moderate leverage, no scripts, but often manual checking of how it goes. ECONOMICAL CALENDARS: >>>>>>>https://www.forexlive.com/EconomicCalendar >>>>>>>https://www.fxstreet.com/economic-calendar First-hand FX forecast Eg: Where is Swiss Franc CHF going relative to US Dollar? Or, where is another major currency going relative to an assumedly stable major currency? ADVISE: Chose a thoroughly respectable forex oriented bank in a country known for respectable banks. Trade only with big money when you absolutely everything as to trading in exactly the same way with tiny sums. Turn off all scripts. Choose the same operating system and the same program exactly, once you've found something that you can work with in a first-hand way. Execute trades only at high-trading times. We suggest that the betting should be of this type, on your own responsibility: LONGTERM BETTING, IE, GOING POSSIBLY OVER A YEAR OR TWO, ON A MAIN CURRENCY RELATIVE TO ANOTHER: CURRENCY PAIR IN THIS CASE: EUR:USD
Decision: [x] buy, because EUR, in the long term, may increase relative to USD [ ] sell, because EUR, in the long term, may, decrease relative to USD This forecast: [x] has been submitted Start date: Tuesday 5th of February 2019 [ ] check back soon for next forecast
THIS TRADER'S ACTUAL TRADING HISTORY WITH REAL MONEY * Last trade: Success. Quote: USDCHF Type: Short Sell Start: 2018.12.21 09:52 Start price: 0.98694 Complete price: 0.98156 Complete date: 2019.01.02 09:04
BACKGROUND STUFF Quick links to a number of graphs incl forecasts and glimpses of news and upcoming events, produced in a variety of ways sometimes as input What time is it? WORLDCLOCKS Some graphs and more about how it is right now, with the Dollar<=>CHF relationship in focus here, but with navigation to other currency pair from most of these pages: >>>>>>>www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=FX:USDCHF >>>>>>>www.bloomberg.com/quote/USDCHF:CUR >>>>>>>www.fxstreet.com/rates-charts/USDCHF Some more general news analysis pages: >>>>>>>www.reuters.com/finance/currencies >>>>>>>www.fxstreet.com/analysis/ A mix of news comments about possibly relevant themes: >>>>>>>www.tradingview.com/chart/USDCHF/ >>>>>>>www.investing.com/currencies/usd-chf >>>>>>>www.actionforex.com/action-insight/USDCHF-outlook/ >>>>>>>www.bloomberg.com/search?query=usd-chf >>>>>>>www.dailyfx.com/usd-chf >>>>>>>www.forexcrunch.com/category/forex-weekly-outlook/usd-chf-outlook/ >>>>>>>www.forecasts.org/sfranc.htm >>>>>>>www.fxempire.com/currencies/usd-chf/forecast These have more general comments, sometimes USDCHF info and/or forecasts also: >>>>>>>www.freshforex.com/analitics/fresh-forecast/ >>>>>>>www.eurorateforecast.com/category/the-week-ahead/ >>>>>>>blog.dfmarkets.co.uk/ >>>>>>>www.mcoscillator.com/learning_center/weekly_chart/ The adviced trading method First find a high-integrity trading station. This requires a good nose. But it does help if you analyze in some detail what you get out of them in terms of email when you ask lengthy questions, and over some time. Then check out how trading goes with demo money. Use a leverage that is as low as you feel make sense. If you have lots of money, why not aim at getting much more out of fx than a bank would give in interest rate, yet much less than if you chanced it by high-leverage trading? For some info on trading with eg MT4 there are some early but useful essays also at our: yoga6d.org/economy.htm Be aware that there may be intense changes at some times of some days and hardly any changes many other times during the week. Trading over several days means that there's a chance that the general development of the currencies have a larger influence on how you earn money than whatever spikes (natural or artificial) may exist at the trading moment. If you feel like it, try working without any 'stop loss' parameter or anything like that. For very moderate leverages over long term, that can make a lot of sense--for a large number of reasons! In some cases, you may want to set a 'take profit' set. If you set it too high, you must close the trade manually, but it may still be profitable. If you avoid stop loss, you can always consider letting it go on for some time to see if the trade after all can swing itself into profit. By not having too big leverage much can happen to the graphs without the quantity on your account getting into problems. GOOD LUCK!!!!!!! GOOD LUCK!!!!!!! GOOD LUCK!!!!!!! Disclaimers: * The information on this page may be right or it may be wrong and there's not the slightest garantuee that following these advices will lead to profit. * Please be aware that even with moderate fluctuations, a strong leverage can create big fluctuations at the profit and loss levels. * Please be aware that even if you use a standard FX program against a database of a broker, this program may have a database manipulated so as to create spikes that do not exist in other databases, so as to force a 'stop loss' to close the trade. * Please therefore be aware that some brokers are so set up as to very often create losses for their customers. They may adorn themselves with fake reviews, prizes, etc, in the hope that someone will send them money, that they simply keep. * Some brokers may have defunct chatlines and so on, and when you wish to withdraw money from them, it may turn out that they are impossible to contact and that the withdrawal money page doesn't quite work. * Therefore, the more appropriate places to go should be to those who offer more integrity and with an earning chiefly on the buy/sell margin differently rather than on clever background scripts. * To earn money in a virtual demo account doesn't mean that one will get the same with a real money account because the FX broker may operate with other scripts and prices on that one. * Trade with surplus money, not with money that's essential to you. * The currency market isn't regulated, so there's no official second-by-second price and so FX brokers don't break the law when they do manipulative actions, such as to create false swings in the very moment one does a 'close' of a trade; one must therefore select a high-integrity FX company. * Any very short-term fluctuation betting should be avoided since the degree to which manipulation takes place, also by means of some of the biggest information companies in the industry, can be much higher here. * A bank with a general interest in radiating integrity to a multitude of customers and with a multitude of businesses and many employed people may be may be a better bet in many cases, but you must use your own nose in selecting the trading company. 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