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05-12-2012, 04:34 PM #1
How reliable are the guides? I am particulary interested in the Forex Daytrading. Reading as much as possible.
For example I have dabbled in stocks before and using the charts etc, but I never see the + symbol in action (the bottom of a swing, where the price is going to go back up). I know to look for it but in reality I have found it never happens.
If I lived in the states I would sign up for the Bulls on Wall Street but I will be using the LSE instead of the NYSE so I believe this complicates matters. Plus I doubt I would be making the required double figure traders per day!2008 Avus Silver A3 1.8 TFSI S-Line S-Tronic Sportback - exhaust, induction, remap, lowered on H&R's.
05-16-2012, 11:38 PM #2
hey there! investopedia is a great tool! and a good guide for defintions and things like that. But what it cant and wont give you is a method or system to trade. For that you will have to find a mentor or start reading some books! i dont trade forex but i bet you could find some good information on twitter or stocktwits.com for it. stocktwits has a forex stream where u can meet other forex traders.
also go on google start googling for forex pdf books there are a bunch online!!!
also i got 2 platofrms! one is the trading platform..but the other is just access to the site/chat etc that u pay 95 a month for!Kunal Desai
05-18-2012, 03:22 AM #3
Thanks Kunal, I was hoping you would reply!2008 Avus Silver A3 1.8 TFSI S-Line S-Tronic Sportback - exhaust, induction, remap, lowered on H&R's.
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05-18-2012, 07:32 PM #4