Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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When day/active trading, how long does it take between choosing to sell and the execution?

Posted: 10 Oct 2012 07:50 AM PDT

Question by Brandon: When day/active trading, how long does it take between choosing to sell and the execution?
I’m wanting to use an online service such as e-trade or scottrade for day trading. I’m wondering what the time difference is between entering the decision to sell and when the stock actually gets sold.
Sam, people like you make me laugh.

Best answer:

Answer by Brandon C
I use tdameritrade and it usually gets sold the day youchoose to sell it as long as the market is opened. if you choose to sell when the market is closed then the next day the market is open is when it will sale

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Posted: 10 Oct 2012 04:46 AM PDT

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Q&A: Do I have to pay for forex demo account?

Posted: 10 Oct 2012 03:59 AM PDT

Question by Cat: Do I have to pay for forex demo account?
I was just wondering…

Best answer:

Answer by kelfhin
No you dont need to pay for demo account…

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what is spread in forex trading

Posted: 10 Oct 2012 12:46 AM PDT

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Forex Peace Army – scam or legit?

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 11:49 PM PDT

Question by Mike: Forex Peace Army – scam or legit?

Best answer:

Answer by IT
You mean the user reviews? You still have to do your own due diligence, but if there are for example 50 negative reviews and 2 positive ones, chances are that the service is actually not that good.

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Forex Meta Trader 4 MT4 Platform Part 6: Trailing Stop . Forex Trading Ecuation – Learn Forex

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 08:45 PM PDT Learn how to put on a trailing stop and see it become activated. Understanding this function will help you keep your forex trading profits and minimize losses.
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What will happen to the Forex market if things keep going down hill?

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 07:47 PM PDT

Question by kglover86: What will happen to the Forex market if things keep going down hill?
No one ever seems to talk about the Forex market.

Best answer:

Answer by cordwainer
Actually the US dollar has been doing well during the recent crisis. Since this is a global financial event, foreigners think the dollar is safer than a lot of their home currencies.
In the Forex market, you’re always comparing one currency to another- it’s not like the DOW that either goes up or down. So if the dollar goes up versus the Euro, one is going up while the other is going down.
They don’t like to talk about the Forex because the PTB (Powers That Be) would prefer that you invest your money here in the US of A. If you buy Euros or British Pounds or whatever, you’re investing overseas.

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Posted: 09 Oct 2012 07:47 PM PDT

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Which US based commodities/fx broker offers emini index futures?

Posted: 09 Oct 2012 03:59 PM PDT

Question by Prawx: Which US based commodities/fx broker offers emini index futures?
Which US based commodities/fx broker offers emini index futures? I’ve heard you can trade stock index futures in minilots just like trading currencies and commodities(ie pay no commission just the spread) and was wondering which US based fx brokers offer that?
I was under the impression that commodities(futures) do not have a flat commission but a “spread” from which a broker makes money. How on earth can somone make money with a $ 100 forex account otherwise.

I already know that gold, silver and currencies have next to low or no commission such as the flat dollar commission on stocks.

I need a list of brokers that sell futures in minilots without extravagent fees.

Best answer:

Answer by John S
Yes, there’re mini sized S&P, DOW and NASDAQ futures contracts, but there’s no such thing as “pay no commission” for your trades. ALL legitimate brokers charge a commission on ALL index futures, commodity futures, interest rate futures and currency futures.

If you’re looking for a broker that offers a wide range of products including forex and futures, Interactive Brokers is a good candidate.

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Ok, you may not be familiar with exactly how the futures market works.

Futures contracts are standardized and are traded on public exchanges regulated by the SEC, unlike spot forex which is an unregulated market. A single e-mini S&P500 futures contract is worth 50 times the S&P500 index on the settlement day, so around $ 55,000, while a large size S&P is 250 times, around $ 275,000. Contracts are standardized in size, with most around $ 100,000 per contract or higher, so you do NOT get to trade them at any lower multiple.

This is same for all futures traded on exchanges (commodity, index, interest rates and currencies). I know some brokers offer commodities trading with custom order size. These are NOT legitimate futures trading or futures brokers. They are basically just trading in an environment controlled by your broker with your broker setting the bid/ask prices instead of the market and taking the other side of your trades, instead of actually on real exchanges with other market participants.

Commission is generally charged on a per contract basis, usually around $ 2 per contract, again, by all legitimate futures brokers, which is actually pretty cheap compared to stocks and the value of the contract.

If you are just experimenting with $ 100, and is unwilling to commit more cash right now, it can be difficult to find a broker that offers all the products you want to trade.

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