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I’ve been learning forex for about 2 months, at the moment I’m practising trading pullbacks with Fibonacci and candle stick patterns, this set up shows a pullback to the 50% retracement level with lines up with previous resistance now acting as support.
I've been spending the last few weeks while in furlough learning about FOREX for three main reasons,
To learn something new
To do something productive with my free time (vs browsing reddit or playing games)
To make some money on the side
Now, ignoring #1 and #2, I've just been thinking about #3. I have a pretty good day job when I'm not furloughed (work in marketing data analytics in the tourism sector which is obviously fucked), but I've been thinking about ways to get some cash on the side to fund my sort of expensive hobbies. I've been thinking, if I could trade on the Japanese market from 6-10pm Mountain Time a few nights a week, could I net more than I would working a part time job? And the answer is, based on the research I've done making the assumptions below, not without a starting capital of in the $20,000-$25,000 range... Which is doable, I guess, but I can think of better uses for my savings account and will probably be playing with less than $5,000 and tiny risks to live test. Anyway, I've made some assumptions below and I guess I'm just looking for someone who wants to step in and confirm or deny my thoughts. That being said, I'm not going to *not* continue on with forex trading as a hobby, but I think I just need to throw out #3 above unless there's something I'm missing. Assuming 1.5% a month which seems reasonable based on the research I've done so far, compounding: https://preview.redd.it/70kd6z2paq051.png?width=175&format=png&auto=webp&s=4a79d70e44d52ca0c9b3b0c5cc8f56bd93e1dad4 With these assumptions, and $20,000 to start, you're looking at about $4,000 in earnings over the course of a year. Now, I could go across the street, get a job at a hotel front desk, and work for $15/hr times 8 hours per week times 40 weeks a year and beat this. Not as fun, clearly, but it seems to take the "making money" side of this whole thing away. So what are you all in this for? Do you actually have six figure or million dollar accounts and are making something worthwhile off the ROI, or set up with prop firms and hedge funds? Are people here actually hitting 20%, 30%+ yearly, more? Or is everyone else just here for shits & giggles?
Hello and welcome to the MLFX (Machine Learning Forex) sub! MLFX is the culmination of 10 years of academic research into using machine learning to create predictive algorithms for the Forex markets. Recently we've put more focus on creating a consumer product and we're looking for people to help us with Beta testing the system. There's still a decent amount of work for us to do before we'd consider MLFX v1.0 to be "feature complete" but we're already getting some pretty amazing results. Now comes the test of consistency! This is what our signals look like (27/08/2020) https://preview.redd.it/jvwqvw0oahj51.jpg?width=1128&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1c80e3390d7e63bddbda2987ba613cb9adb12d62 We're currently working on a way to check every trade after the fact and determine if it was a winner or loser, we will also plot each individual trade on a chart (like below) as we already have that functionality. Red = SL | Blue = TP | Solid = Result Our algorithm uses multi-agent systems and evolutionary algorithms to create agents (traders) that have been specifically optimized to perform in that current market. I'm not going to go too in-depth in this post if you want to find out more you can here: https://www.mlforex.com/algorithm/agents If you're interested in assisting with beta testing please join our Telegram group and express your interest. https://t.me/joinchat/IFyZTEw_uhEHe0Oo5uSAVw
Ive recently gotten into trading on forex and ive been trying my best to learn the basics, but does anyone have any strategies which are essential to learn? I am not really trying to make massive amounts of profit quickly just trying to make consistent profit. Ive been mainly studying the euusd ,DAX, FTSE and DJIA. Any advice or help will be greatly appreciated!
Should I invest in this company to learn forex trading?
Recently one of my friends that is equally into trading gave me a link for this company he has been practing with. Before I heard about this company I just liked picking his brain and having a back and fourth with him about what to do next etc etc. But I'm getting some bad vibes, ok so the company was just formed right? So I understand if they are a little new and don't have everything figured out. But certain things are seriously freaking me out.
YOU HAVE TO have a referral from someone you know, this is weird because they give you money the more people you refer, so if this is how they are making their money 1 sounds like an MLM, when will they stop focusing on trading and instead just focus on what their business is about? (This could be legit but I am very careful when it comes to MLM)
When speaking to the presenter, they never asked if anyone wanted to ask questions with a Q and A and just left a few of my questions unaswnered even though her presentation was all about how they answer questions and their course is awesome because its interactive…. so… that's a little sus.
They are offering trips to Mexico and things like this, which I actually like but I am also a little werieded out by, I feel like they might be using this as a crazy tactic.
So its only 20$ which isn't that much, however they don't accept things like PayPal or Venmo so they would have my actual information if I sign up for them, now is 20$ worth giving them this? What can they actually do with it… also is 20$ worth the knowledge they are going to give me? hmmm…..
What do you guys think about this? Have any of you actually been successful in not getting formal training?
Hi there all! I've been interested in diving into the world of Forex for a little while. Now that I have school at home, I have more time on my hands that I could devote to learning. I would start with the Babypips course, as seems to be the recommendation, then probably move to practice trades before using any of my real money. However, I was wondering if now would be a bad time to start learning? Obviously the Coronavirus has had a huge impact on the market as a whole, and things might be acting differently than normal. So, would this make the things I learn in the Babypips course not applicable right now? Would it still make sense to jump in with a practice account afterwards?
what is the learning pathway to make these machine learning forex strategies ?
My knowledge of MQL4 didn't help me with the patterns that you use your eye to recognize it like ( head and shoulders, divergence, fibonacci retracement ... etc) What is the learning path for me to use machine learning to feed the robot with historical data and point out the range of the pattern example " from Hour 14 at day 14/5/2019 to hour 21 at day 17/5/2019" that is a head and shoulder (I pick these ranges through manual backtest) and so on through the whole data set so the algorithm can learn to recognize the pattern through these examples and perform trading on future data? I already started to learn python but I don't want to get distracted with learning stuff that I won't need to make these machine learning robots so I better ask the experts first.
Hey guys! Any youtubers you would recommend for learning forex?
I am currently trading with a help of a friend than my own knowledge and I’d like to change that. I know youtube is filled with helpful people but I want to know where I can find reliable sources of information!
LFX is the India’s leading tech-driven investment management and educational institution founded in 2020 and head quartered in Bangalore, Karnataka. The company was founded by professional traders and experts of market, LFX has its rapid growth into well known forex and commodity educational service based company. Learn forex trading with FOREX.com learning center. Resources are available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced traders. The downfall of learning forex trading with a demo account alone is that you don't get to experience what it's like to have your hard-earned money on the line. Trading instructors often recommend that you open a micro forex trading account or an account with a variable-trade-size broker that will allow you to make small trades. Learn forex trading with FOREX.com's learning center. We offer video tutorials, webinars and online trading courses. Learn to Trade Forex. If you’re interested in profiting from the multi-trillion pound forex space, then you’ll be buying and selling currencies. The overarching concept is to make a profit as and when currency exchange rates move. As such, you will be trading a forex ‘pair’, which consists of two different currencies.
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