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@  Singh : (18 January 2020 - 03:37 PM) @traderpusa naw man, I give up, its too much to baby sit people, give them rules and guidance and then restart again lol I am better off trading myself here and there.
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calling on all veterans advise, resume BO trading in 2019?


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#1 MoKhatib

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Posted 24 June 2019 - 06:55 AM

I spent a lot of time developing a trading system for one minute BO trading, and stopped trading for long time due to major losses and some broker bad cases, I'm thinking of returning to trading BO, should I? or should I consider trading forex or stocks?


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Posted 24 June 2019 - 08:58 AM

Depends on where you live and regulations around that.
Basically binary options have been banned by many countries, so what’s left is basically you trusting your money with someone you don’t know a single bit with no one to support you.
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Posted 24 June 2019 - 03:07 PM

I spent a lot of time developing a trading system for one minute BO trading, and stopped trading for long time due to major losses and some broker bad cases, I'm thinking of returning to trading BO, should I? or should I consider trading forex or stocks?

 

Except Nadex, IG, CMCmarkets and Dukascopy i wouldnt trust anyone with binary. Long term only Nadex. 

 

Try to get into Forex/Futures/Stocks...think bigger expiry..instead of a minute think Hour or 4 hour or daily expiry and apply same system on those time frames and tweak if you need to. Just make sure your stop loss is smaller than your take profit if you have 50/50 win ratio. Also avoid any martingale/grid system until you become very confident.


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Posted 28 June 2019 - 11:55 PM

I spent a lot of time developing a trading system for one minute BO trading, and stopped trading for long time due to major losses and some broker bad cases, I'm thinking of returning to trading BO, should I? or should I consider trading forex or stocks?

so if i understood correctly, you spent alot of time developing a system that lost you alot of money but want to get back to trading it again??? Regulated Forex is the way forward using naked charts with just trendlines constantly drawn. nothing else is required but to watch and record patterns of movements. However i will give you a little pointer to try on demo for a month or two, then decide. just load up fractals on a  1hr chart and trade the next 1 candle only after a fractal. if u get a fractal under a candle, u go long on open of next candle for 1 candle. you may lose 1-3 small losses but win 7-10 larger. amything between 35 to 120 pips nett on each pair. try it on demo or strat tester and see for yourself, but stick to it. If you get candle with fractals on both sides, skip trade. u can then after add trendlines too to help accuracy but either way works.



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Posted 01 September 2019 - 01:04 PM

My advice- try it out again demo. You may either remember quickly why you quit originally, or as in my case bring back more experience and confidence to the table this time around... 






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