Of course you can.
I myself prefer to daytrade forex. These days I prefer the 5 minute charts (M5) & 15 minute (M15).
But it's just as important to plan you day in forex as it is in futures. The eur/usd can be trade the same way as the 6E , just a hole lot cheaper. But one can of course scale up as one gain capital.
Its really hard to believe and I was shocked when I realized it happened.
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Before I receive that email, I can no longer execute an order. I thought it was a bug then when I am about to report the incident, I saw that email coming. So I find it funny when they said that I have opened position when I am manually opening and closing all positions before I start another. (as I am scalping)
I emailed them back and ask for a reason as to why but until now, no reply.
And this is the very reason I am whining here in public forum so that future would-be clients won't become a victim of this injustice!
Last edited by anagnam; March 26th, 2015 at 11:40 AM.
Chris, I am not an elite member so I believe I wont have access to that thread.
But you are right, this is really alarming.
Even in my dreams, I didn't expect this to happen.
And now that this had happened, I now believe what others are saying bad things about this broker.
With no warnings and reason for the termination - and with no replies to my emails, I can only suspect that once they see that you already devised a pattern for consistent profitable trades, they will cut you off immediately.
Last edited by anagnam; March 27th, 2015 at 12:14 AM.
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