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Discussion in 'Expert Advisor atau Robot Forex' started by infasc, 02 Dec 2017.

  1. brlm7914

    brlm7914 Member Credit Hunter

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    take off "real spread, slippage" and you are good to go :D
     
  2. infasc

    infasc New Member Credit Hunter

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    TDS2 actually is able to use real bid and ask prices from Dukascopy so you get "real spread" (if enabled). And it's also possible to emulate slippage according to your needs. Please read TD2 documentation if you need more info about how this works. Thx.
     
  3. brlm7914

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    do they use dukascopy future real spread and slippage ? :D
    its better than testing with a fixed spread etc.. but not useful that much, maybe if you want to be 90% sure you can modify the padding many times with slippage to reach every possible scenario, but you still need a demo/real ft to organise everything like pros do, in my opinion a bt need just a real tick data with the normal spread to pass your system to the next level FT
    but its just me saying that, tc
     
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  4. infasc

    infasc New Member Credit Hunter

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    Dukascopy is a true ECN forex broker. TDS2 uses historical bid and ask prices for calculating real ticks with real spread. Slippage must be customized in TDS2 by the user according to his expectations (e.g. forward test experiences) because e.g. news trading brings along way more open price deviation than strategies that always conduct trades at bar opening etc.
     
  5. blackking

    blackking Active Member Credit Hunter

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    Seems good ea scalping, but still not yet look user result on real acccount
    if need huge capital as requirement using this ea migt not all trader will like and use it
     
  6. lia786

    lia786 Active Member Credit Hunter

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    Now its my just saying that i m too good to trade manually goodbye all EAs. When we can do why we dnt do?Nothing difficult if you are willing to do it.
     
  7. brlm7914

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    when we become pros like you, or pros like you share knowledge, why not manually
    you know what they call it, "lack of knowledge"
    till that lets play and let them play too, always you need two players to play a game :D
     
  8. brlm7914

    brlm7914 Member Credit Hunter

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    can i ask you lia?
    ok i can :D

    if a guy has a 1m usd and he goes to the bank for converting that sum from usd to euro, do that will affect the eurusd pair in the forex market even if with just 0.0001% ?
    :D
     
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  9. lia786

    lia786 Active Member Credit Hunter

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    I think its affects business of money exchanger who are earning safely ??????????/:nod::nod::nod::nod:
     
  10. brlm7914

    brlm7914 Member Credit Hunter

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    u mean like Western Union ?
     
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  11. brlm7914

    brlm7914 Member Credit Hunter

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    so the only ones who make a currency in the fx market goes down or up are the traders ?
     
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    Economic Factors That Affect The Forex Market

    International Trade
    Another key factor is balance of trade levels and trends between nations. The trade levels between nations serve as a proxy for the relative demand of goods from a nation. A nation with goods or services that are in high demand internationally will typically see an appreciation of its currency. For example, in order to purchase goods from Australia, buyers must convert their currency into Australian dollars (AUD) to make the purchase. The increased demand for the AUD will put upward pressure on it.

    Trade surpluses and deficits exemplify a nation's competitive standing in international trade. Countries with a large trade deficit are net buyers/importers of international goods, resulting in more of their currency being sold to purchase other nations' currencies in order to pay for the international goods. This type of situation is likely to have a negative impact on the value of an importing country's currency.
     
  13. brlm7914

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    if you read investopedia.com for months and you learn about robots and you are smart enough, you'll be a successful trader :D
    but i would not advice u that, just keep things simple, make some and go live the real life which is short, there's alot to learn outside the box and ull figure out a lot of things, :D
     
  14. lia786

    lia786 Active Member Credit Hunter

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    So far so good if we want to make good decisions than we can...........................
     

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    Who Trades Forex?
    There are many players in the forex market:

    Banks
    The greatest volume of currency is traded in the interbank market. This is where banks of all sizes trade currency with each other and through electronic networks. Big banks account for a large percentage of total currency volume trades. Banks facilitate forex transactions for clients and conduct speculative trades from their own trading desks. When banks act as dealers for clients, the bid-ask spread represents the bank's profit. Speculative currency trades are executed to profit on currency fluctuations. (Currencies can provide diversification for a portfolio that's in a rut. Find out which ones you need to know, in Top 8 Most Tradable Currencies.)

    Central Banks
    Central banks are extremely important players in the forex market. Open market operations and interest rate policies of central banks influence currency rates to a very large extent.

    Central banks are responsible for forex fixing. This is the exchange rate regime by which a currency will trade in the open market. Floating, fixed and pegged are the types of exchange rate regimes.

    Any action taken by a central bank in the forex market is done to stabilize or increase the competitiveness of that nation's economy. Central banks (as well as governments and speculators) may engage in currency interventions to make their currencies appreciate or depreciate. During periods of long deflationary trends, for example, a central bank may weaken its own currency by creating additional supply, which is then used to purchase a foreign currency. This effectively weakens the domestic currency, making exports more competitive in the global market. (Central banks use these strategies to calm inflation, but they can also provide longer-term clues for forex traders. For more, see How Inflation-Fighting Techniques Affect The Currency Market.)

    Investment Managers and Hedge Funds
    After banks, portfolio managers, pooled funds and hedge funds make up the second-biggest collection of players in the forex market. Investment managers trade currencies for large accounts such as pension funds and endowments. An investment manager with an international portfolio will have to purchase and sell currencies to trade foreign securities. Investment managers may also make speculative forex trades. Hedge funds execute speculative currency trades as well.

    Corporations
    Firms engaged in importing and exporting conduct forex transactions to pay for goods and services. Consider the example of a German solar panel producer that imports American components and sells the final goods in China. After the final sale is made, the Chinese yuan must be converted back to euros. The German firm must exchange euros for dollars to purchase the American components.

    Companies trade forex to hedge the risk associated with foreign currency translations. The same German firm might purchase American dollars in the spot market, or enter into a currency swap agreement to obtain dollars in advance of purchasing components from the American company in order to reduce foreign currency exposure risk. (Hedging against currency risk can add a level of safety to your offshore investments. For more, see Protect Your Foreign Investments From Currency Risk.)

    Individual Investors
    The volume of trades made by retail investors is extremely low compared to that of banks and other financial institutions. But the forex trade is growing rapidly in popularity. Retail investors base currency trades on a combination of fundamentals (interest rate parity, inflation rates, monetary policy expectations, etc.) and technical factors (support, resistance, technical indicators, price patterns).
     
  16. brlm7914

    brlm7914 Member Credit Hunter

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    i can't get your strategy from your closed positions lia :D
     
  17. lia786

    lia786 Active Member Credit Hunter

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    its simple as nothing just two indicators and remaining eyes and brain nothing else time frame 5 min breakout,reversal, is the math of success, few pips but consistant i dnt think if we have courage any difficulty.
    thanks
     
  18. lia786

    lia786 Active Member Credit Hunter

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    your destination is nearby support and resistance you can easily sense the movement of candle where they want to go, let them to go and just guide them show them path and always got destination before all reached their.

    when you feel all reached than quit from this destination as soon as possible than wait for new destination until you reached first wait others will reach than quit thats the way of trading with proper stoploss never more than 5pips and use take profit with trailing stop.
    you will be winner
     
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