Thursday, September 27, 2012

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is there forex chart managing software?

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 11:49 AM PDT

Question by : is there forex chart managing software?
Is there some type of software available where I would be able to continuously view many different forex charts on multiple monitors in my home office ?

Best answer:

Answer by Barbie theresa Preston
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Vegas IDA Trade Show Booth

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 11:49 AM PDT

Some cool trading software images:

Vegas IDA Trade Show Booth
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Image by Topato
Our booth at the International Door Association trade show in Vegas in May, 2006.
I sell software to distribution and service companies, with garage door dealers being my main focus at the moment.

Never too far …
trading software

Image by doozzle
My cellphone and my computer are my main tools of trade – I design software …
I love them but I find over the time they’re becoming a bit too ‘invading’.

Online Day Trading Help. How To Short Part 1

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 09:40 AM PDT

Watch and learn from my real time trading strategies. Iuse real time alerts and filter software. I can’t trade without them. Online day trading is a way for me to “make money at home” as a “home business”. I learned to day trade from videos, coaching, and other online courses. Live trading will help you learn more than paper trading. Psychology plays a major role in successful trading.
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Live real time trading video from my screen. Learn from my winners and my losers with commentary. Direct access and Level 2 is better than using a broker I think. I use software filters and setups on the chart to determine what trades I enter. Use this video as a virtual coach for your day trading goals. It’s not easy, but this demo shows you that it can be done day after day for small consistent profits. No secrets, just years of wisdom to share with you all.
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I want to start successful FX trading. How can I start? any free book for Technical Analysis?

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 09:40 AM PDT

Question by Aamal: I want to start successful FX trading. How can I start? any free book for Technical Analysis?
I want to start successful FX trading. How can I start? any free book for Technical Analysis? any web site for trading? any tips that helping in good technical analysis. which pairs are prefered for trading.

Best answer:

Answer by yourforexinvestor
Aamal,

No matter what anyone tells you there is no way to predict future returns on the Forex market. The perfect example was this last week when we experienced the worst financial crash since 9/11. Fortunately my wife and I had came across the FreedomRocks strategy several months ago and this past week really affirmed for us the power of the system. While most people we're experiencing margin calls and large drawdowns we we're no where even close and actually gained on our portfolio. It's a very safe hedging system, does 95% of the work for us, and take about 15-30 minutes per week to manage our accounts. We would be more than happy to share our experience on the Forex and using the system with you so feel free to email or call us anytime.

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Song Illustration–”(It Ain’t No) Fair Trade”

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 09:40 AM PDT

Some cool trading on line images:

Song Illustration–”(It Ain’t No) Fair Trade”
trading on line

Image by Avard Woolaver
If you work hard and receive fair treatment and compensation in return–that’s a fair trade. This song is not about the social movement of Fair Trade, rather fair/unfair practices in the workplace. It’s meant to have a Motown feel.

www.reverbnation.com/avardwoolaver

(It Ain’t No) Fair Trade can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon

itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/avard-woolaver/id383633820

www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003X73B1C/ref=dm_dp_trk6

Here are the lyrics:

You work hard for the man
But he gives you the can
That ain’t no fair trade

When you give up your life
And never see your wife
That ain’t no fair trade

Is it fair when the wrecking ball swings at you?
Is it fair when there’s no respect for what you do?

If the cup is half empty
And they tell you it’s full
That ain’t no fair trade

If the cash cow is full
But it’s really a bull
That ain’t no fair trade

Hold on tight to the ball, try not to drop it
It’s all in the name of fun and profit

Give it up, now
Make it fair, now

You work hard for the man and he don’t understand
How hard you work and how tall you stand
He’s got his eye on the meter, on the bottom line
He tells you he’s sweet but he’s a sour lime
He’s a righteous dove, full of virtue
Better watch out or he’ll step on you

It ain’t no fair trade

When you’re sent packin’, when it’s them who’s lackin’
If you’re heading south with a bad taste in your mouth

It ain’t no fair trade

© 2010 Avard Woolaver. All Rights Reserved.

Steamer Juniata, Anchor Line, S.S. Milwaukee Clipper
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Image by photolibrarian
From the Website…
www.milwaukeeclipper.com/

In 1904 (predating the building of the RMS TITANIC by seven years) the Erie & Western Transportation Company, better known as the Anchor Line, commissioned the American Shipbuilding Company of Cleveland, Ohio, to build a 361 foot passenger and package freight steamer for service on the Great Lakes . Her name was JUNIATA, and she was powered by a 3,000 horsepower Quadruple Expansion steam engine, built by the Detroit Shipbuilding Company of Detroit, Michigan (one of only seven such engines built for Great Lakes passenger service). Carrying 350 passengers in staterooms, the JUNIATA was the epitome of first class travel and sailed between Buffalo, New York, and Duluth, Minnesota. Highly varnished mahogany woodwork and wicker furniture was in evidence, and a great oak staircase greeted passengers boarding the steamer, and cuisine worthy of the finest hotels awaited them. Twice remodeled to suit the Great Lakes passenger trade, the JUNIATA operated on the Great Lakes through the 1936 season. In 1937, when new safety features were instituted for passenger ships of American registry, the JUNIATA was retired from service because of her wooden superstructure.

In the late 1930s Max McKee and Mark McKee of the Sand Products Corp. of Muskegon conceived the plan of building a new steamer for cross lake service but because of higher than estimated construction costs they had noted Naval Architect George G. Sharpe redesign the plans so they could be incorporated into an existing ship. The ship they purchased was JUNIATA . Late in 1940 the JUNIATA was taken to the yards of the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company where her wooden superstructure was removed and replaced by an all steel, streamlined, superstructure, the first design of its type in the world. Completely fireproof, the new ship featured air conditioned staterooms, a children’s playroom, a movie theatre, and live entertainment, complete with dance floor. On June 2, 1941 her name was changed to S. S. MILWAUKEE CLIPPER, and on June 3rd she made her maiden voyage to Muskegon .

From 1941 until 1970 the MILWAUKEE CLIPPER carried untold thousands of passengers and automobiles between Muskegon and Milwaukee . During the war years of 1942 through 1945 she was operated between Milwaukee and Chicago during week days and Milwaukee and Muskegon on weekends, and also was operated year round between the years of 1946 and 1963. From 1964 until 1970 she operated in the summer seasons only.

In 1977 she was sold to a Chicago businessman who proposed to operate her in 3 hour excursion service. Unable to gain certification for service, she was renamed S/S CLIPPER, moved to a new home at Navy Pier in Chicago and was operated as a floating maritime museum and convention facility. In December, 1983 she was listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, and in May, 1989 she was designated a National Historic Landmark. Moved in 1990 to Hammond, Indiana she was once again named MILWAUKEE CLIPPER and was planned as the centerpiece of what was billed as "one of the largest marinas in the nation". In 1996 the MILWAUKEE CLIPPER was moved from the Hammond Marina to make room for a new casino boat, and was offered for sale. In 1997 the Great Lakes CLIPPER Preservation Association was formed, dedicated to preserving the now legendary steamer. Able to gain ownership, on December 2, 1997 , the group returned the MILWAUKEE CLIPPER to Muskegon, after an absence of 20 years.

Green Line Professionals November Meetup at Domku
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Image by Wayan Vota
So why aren’t you here too? We’re trading tips on everything from Twitter to Post Offices to home renovations.

Join us at the next Green Line Professionals Happy Afternoon

The Foreign Exchange – If She Breaks Your Heart feat. YahZarah

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 04:47 AM PDT

song from The Foreign Exchange’s album Leave It All Behind. Support The Foreign Exchange by ordering the album at www.theforeignexchangemusic.com

Where can i find (good) free seasonal Forex charts?

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 03:59 AM PDT

Question by : Where can i find (good) free seasonal Forex charts?
I’ve started getting interested in seasonality in Forex but i can’t seem to find any good seasonal charts or information can someone help me out? Thanks in advance.

Best answer:

Answer by ProfessorOddlot
Not into the FX market, but you can find currency related charts on www.stockcharts.com. For example, $ XEU will bring up the “Euro Index”.

As for seasonality, if you use long-term weekly charts you should be able to discern any seasonal patterns that might exist.

Good luck!

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The Pyramid and the Church

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 03:59 AM PDT

Check out these fx pro images:

The Pyramid and the Church
fx pro

Image by fs999
Pentax K-5 • 80 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM

Fx: TopazLabs Adjust 5 & B&W Fx

Fentange • Luxembourg

Berliet
fx pro

Image by fs999
Pentax K-5 • 200 ISO • Pentax DA 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 fisheye

Fx: TopazLabs B&W Fx

Technik Museum • Speyer • Deutschland

High Tower
fx pro

Image by fs999
Pentax K-5 • 100 ISO • Sigma 8-16mm f:4.5-5.6 DC HSM

Fx: TopazLabs B&W Fx

Château de Malbrouck
Castle of Marlborough
Manderen • Lorraine • France

Forex Autopilot Review

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 12:47 AM PDT

www.forexproductsreport.com – Forex Autopilot is designed to work in a manner as its name suggests. The software is designed for integration into the MetaTrader4 platform and will automatically place all trades including all entries and exits. In terms of position sizing the program is designed…
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Q&A: Forex And Currency FX Trading – Automated Forex Cash System For Intermediate Traders?

Posted: 27 Sep 2012 12:02 AM PDT

Question by Leo: Forex And Currency FX Trading – Automated Forex Cash System For Intermediate Traders?
Looking for a unique (even experimental) system for forex and currency fx trading that works seamlessly with Metatrader 4. Interested in your own recommendations and tools that work at the beginner / intermediate level.

Best answer:

Answer by webllinks
Hi there.

This is a good general overview with discussion about Metatrader4 expert advisors here:

http://www.squidoo.com/expertadvisor

fxfisherman and other forums like forexfactory have good discussion also.

Money management is when using automated forex systems as explained here:

http://hubpages.com/hub/metatrader4-expert-advisors

Good luck

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