Selling Service: Discord Trading Group for 0.22 BTC - High Leverage
Just a group that teaches high leverage 100x (125x on binance) trading with no TA. No charting and simple price action. 0.22 btc PM me, I actually show my trades via video and screenshots. I am also beginning to post "daily trade updates on my profile so people can see those. The first of many are today, this morning. If you look at my profile, you will see I also do SEO, resume writing, and have at one time been in r-borrow, etc MONTHS ago. This was from me losing all money from cryptopia hack, and I clawed myself back to that. Also went to neville subreddit to ask them how I find ways to lose my money (unrelated to trading) I'm just putting this on here because I know some will say crazy things but I actually show my trades. Show my account, etc. Not "if this happens then that might happen" type of weather reports that happen in crypto and forex PM me if you're interested, but FIRST comment below. Too many bots. Also, here are just the trades I did this weekend, where I tested binance futures starting with only $88 and ended up with over 1K. You can see my first trades (pictured lower with trend lines because I didn't know how to take them off at first - I use a different exchange), were only a few dollars in the trades, then I ramp up to $30 to $80 trades as I made more money. :) I hope this can be you after joining the group: https://imgur.com/a/w70OX8g PS, no I'm not that guy on youtube screaming WAHR lol
Just a group that teaches high leverage 100x (125x on binance) trading with no TA. No charting and simple price action. 0.2 btc PM me, I actually show my trades via video and screenshots If you look at my profile, you will see I also do SEO, resume writing, and have at one time been in borrow, etc MONTHS ago. This was from me losing all money from cryptopia hack Also went to neville subreddit to ask them how I find ways to lose my money (unrelated to trading) I'm just putting this on here because I know some will say crazy things but I actually show my trades. Show my account, etc. Not "if this happens then that might happen" type of weather reports that happen in crypto and forex PM me if you're interested.
INTRODUCTION The electronic money market has undergone a surge in recent times with a total current market value of about 206.82 billion dollars. Bitcoin, the first electronic currency, is dominating at 53.34% compared to other electronic currencies. Investment in electronic money has witnessed a significant increase in high profits. Currently, there are about 13367 markets operating in electronic money and many exchanges continue to flood the market without adequate regulation of digital asset security of participants, resulting in a loss due to Unauthorized access and theft. Furthermore, incidents like Mt. Gox hack and Bitfinex hack are no longer news because most of us know about it. Problems with existing Exchanges: Electronic money exchange has two types; decentralized and focused. Decentralized exchanges are built on a technology infrastructure that operates independently and does not require anyone to coordinate its activities. Its advantage is that traders can trade without worrying about the security of their money. Traders who control and keep their own digital assets in their own wallets while exchanging do not have direct access to it. Another advantage is extremely low transaction costs. Examples of decentralized exchanges are IDEX, Waves Dex, Forkdelta, etc. With the decentralized advantages mentioned above, it is necessary to note that it also comes with its own, in terms of liquidity, flexibility and proper speed. A centralized exchange is the direct opposite of distributed exchanges with traders' money held in exchange archives that it receives in the form of deposits. Although the centralized exchange has the advantage of providing appropriate liquidity, flexibility and speed, it also puts the user's assets at risk. https://preview.redd.it/muah9glxgy531.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e6316f149f374b277261b83d567b30725338f88e BCNEX is a place to trade and exchange the value of innovative start-up projects based on Blockchain technology. Bcnex spends a lot of time researching and building a highly stable distributed application system to meet the most necessary needs of customers. Compare current exchanges with Bcnex:A. Current trading floor:1. Weak technical architecture Many exchanges are now set up with a very nice initial scale, to save time they often choose the simplest method to set up the system. When the traffic increases, they will be overloaded, resulting in a lot of errors 2. Unsafe trading platform Due to the weak systems that lead to hackers entering the system steal many investors' assets 3. Low market liquidity A value of a centralized trading floor is a high amount of liquidity to support investors in trading and actively buying and selling. But most exchanges today do not meet this demand. When there are few buy and sell orders, it means that the price slippage leads to the situation of financial results not as expected by investors 4. Poor quality customer care service Currently, there are many exchanges that overlook customer care, while what most investors believe is this service. When investors have problems, supporting them is essential https://preview.redd.it/qdwqldgzgy531.jpg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=073e7189ac0b2d80bb9decb365c8b96a106c9083 B. Bcnex trading floor 1. High-tech architecture Their team is full of people with more than 10 years of experience in building and maintaining a world-class financial system in the field of Forex (Forex) trading and developing real-time applications. 2. Safe trading platform Safety is the top criteria that Bcnex must ensure. Therefore, Bcnex implements a multi-layer firewall security system and uses denial-of-service anti-attack tools until the user sees a disruptive occurrence. 3. Good liquidity Bcnex's team has many years of experience in foreign exchange, blockchain industry and pre-coding, digital assets. Their team has also worked with many international exchanges and accumulated a lot. experience from them. This will also be a firm and safe step for investors 4. Good customer care service Bcnex always considers customer care as the core of success, Bcnex's entire staff and team share experiences of supporting and answering to help each other's problems and more. It is 24/7 time to serve CONCLUSION After researching and researching Bcnex exchanges, I concluded that this is a visionary trading floor. There are professional and enthusiastic technologies, teams and services, Surely in 2019 will develop beyond the international market and many investors know. visit Bcenx official site for more info Website: https://www.bcnex.net Telegram: https://t.me/Bcnex_Official Author details: Bitcointalk username: Amendy1 profile link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2426201
How to be an Edgy Trader: Producing Positive Probabilities
After a relatively short time in Forex, most people will have heard of traders using the term "edge". "You have to have an edge", "I gotta protect my edge, man" and so on. What traders mean when they say this is something that gives them a calculated (in their perspective, anyway) reason to believe they should be profitable over enough trades. If this whole concept is completely new to you, read this for simplified explanation [link to add]. How do you actually get an edge, though? What does it mean? How does one goes about "finding their edge"? I can only speak from a personal perspective on this, I am sure there are many more ways people have edges outside of what I am going to talk about. There will be people who have edges that are outside of my comprehension. They may be able to tell you some far cooler stuff, but I personally decided to focus on entering. It is not a unique thought, I know. I never tried to trade-mark "enter well" but it is something I have paid particular attention to detail on. Not only how to get areas of the market that by default offer better risk reward (see more on this later in this post), but then how to put them on steroids was dialled in entries allowing for larger lots. Note, this is not to say "larger lots" means "risk everything in your account". You can risk exceptionally little as a percentage doing this, and still have the chance of good gains. This has been something of a three part process for me. Here is how it has went; Find areas where price is likely to reverse from where you can quickly know if you are wrong to get out. This does not have to trend reversals, it is usually better to look for the ends of trend corrections, and enter for a new trend leg reversal. I worked out how to do this reasonably early, I think. Relative to what I have seen from others when they are starting up, I would say I was maybe on the upper end of the bell-curve in being able to broadly identify good support/resistance levels while still quite a newbie. This might have worked out for me, if it was not for the fact I was really wanting to get tiny stops and would put far too much weight on just the levels I was selecting. Sometimes they were astonishingly accurate, which encouraged me to begin to put too much faith into them. Through this time, I was getting punked a lot in the markets. I would start to buy, get stopped out a few times and then just as I gave up buying, it would make a massive move upwards. This was so frustrating. This went on for a long time, with me constantly trying to make the forecasting of specific levels more accurate, which was what I thought the fix was. This was a good first step. Although it felt hellish at the time, I can see now that getting a good general grasp of levels price may bounce from, or make significant breakouts through, is a good fundamental skill to have. Expecting and accounting for spikes. Turning my foe to a friend. So basically what happened is it got smacked with so many spike outs that I started to look at it as "it will be the place I think, plus a dirty spike" (me and spikes were not on speaking terms, at this point). This part there was a lot of arbitrariness. At the time I probably thought of it as "more art than science", but looking back on it I see while I was focusing on how unfair the spikes were and basically just "fuck you" selling into spikes. This was going a bit better, meh ... well, no this also kind sucked. At this point I would sometimes get rock'n'roll star entries. This made me feel good. Very clever. I was not actually doing all that well, though. I could just sometimes get the spectacular entry I'd been on the hunt for. So there were times I felt particularly smug and clever during this time, but overall I was still losing. The real bane of this part became targeting. Once I'd got my rock'n'roll star entry, what now? It may sound like a good problem to have, but having risk set for a 5 pips stop and a trade up 25 pips with the potential to drop 100 more presents some serious problems. There is a lot of scope to make mistakes here. Also, even if you do what I would now consider to be the right thing (and clearly so), there is a lot of scope to do the right thing and end up feeling like you screwed up. This was what was getting me mostly in this time. My entries were good enough for me to cover my losses in big winning trades, but I was not managing big winning trades efficiently. On a psychological note, when I'd get these big decisions (having to be made in seconds sometimes) wrong, I would often lose my cool and any sense of actual trading rational. This time was hard. I felt like what it must feel to be tired climbing a mountain, and find your intended route blocked. You can see the summit right there, but you lack a way to get there. You have already drained so many of your physical and mental resources to get where you are and now it is seriously time to ask yourself is it time to climb back down. I decided to climb up. Then I fell a bunch of times. Licked my wounds. Fell again. Felt uber sorry for myself, and then finally got a grip and started to climb again. Specific Entry Strategies It was someone else who told me, they said something to me and it was really a very simple thing. I think others must have said the same thing to me many times also, but it flew in the face of my general idea of "I want to be selling the end of the spike for best possible entry". I won't go into the details of what it was, but it basically amounted to making me see that not having a predicable and repeatable level to set my stops and targets was preventing me from being able to create an edge, or even if I did; I could not understand what it was. I started to notice things, that I'd literally watched 1,000s of times happen before and see them as nuisance rather than opportunity. I noticed the levels I'd pick price would often stall at them. Then quickly wick (which was why the "fuck you" selling into spikes worked from time to time). I further noticed that a lot of the times I was getting in at the optimum price (and I was getting rather good at this by now), when I was having big profitable trades come back against me and stop me out at tiny break even profits only to then trend for what would have been $$$, 80% or so of the time it seemed to reverse right off the original level, or close enough anyway. These two things had been killing me. The spike out of my entry level and the retrace of my profits to be slight + break even stop outs (I'd panic and close them before they went bad ... or sometimes, I'd not, and they'd go bad). I came to see that these two things I'd blamed for being the reason I was losing were actually assets to be within my scope to benefit from. If rather than doing what I was doing and getting full risk on too early, I waited to see if it wicked through, made a convincing move and then retested my original level. If it did, the wick could be my stop loss. This was tiny. This was so much better than selling into the wick and "guesstimating" the stop ... by which of course I mean "fucking it right up". Practical Chart Examples https://preview.redd.it/i1551s1z9c821.png?width=1360&format=png&auto=webp&s=acaa7e80f94dfe2ba056833cd8788ba006528387 Let's say on this chart I has hypothetically selected the blue level as my sell level. This is obviously a great level if I can target close to the lows and get it even 40% of the time. My stops are tiny, and my reward is big. Here is how I'd lose all my money while being fundamentally right here; In phase one, I am selling 2 bars before the high, where there is the doji sort of candle. I am short, I have sold the top pip and I feel smug. Then I get spiked out. I sell a few other times with same results, then probably switch long to just completely trash my day. In phase two, I am doing the same kinda thing but I am thinking I have out foxed the market by waiting and I start to sell into big candle breaking out of the doji. Here I have more chance of getting the trade, but often price just presses a bit too far with me being squeezed out at the high. This chart does not really give a good representation of how things would work in phrase three, because I would be using smaller charts and looking for the signs of price action reversing, and then looking for the spots where I can get in tucking stops behind a close high. Essentially it is just added patience and being more tactical when it comes to entering. You can see if the pay off for a "normal stop" risk reward trade would be a good one here (probably 1:3 or 1:4), the overall scope for massive profit potential (without massive risk) is humongous. Often this will be decreased because you have to trail up stops and price retraces, but if price trends aggressively, 1:20 sort of risk:reward trades can be found here. 1:10 are a lot more common. 1:5 are somewhat frequent. Through dedicated study to how to enter and target from these sort of moves, I have gotten to a point where I can hit that 1:5 trade more than 20% of the time. Over long periods of time (assuming markets continue to be as they were), I should expect to break even by getting this 20% win rate, and when times are good, win rates like 40 - 50% lead to extraordinary profits, without extraordinary risks. This is where I have carved out my edge in trading. It is largely based on the concepts of swings/trends formation, support and resistance and classic reversal patterns. All widely available to learn about. Then I put excessive hours of focus on how to turn that common knowledge into uncommon ability. A determined person reading this, should be able to go and do that for themselves, based on the information provided here to get them started. (Disclaimer, it took me YEARS, the roses here have thorns ... I want to reiterate, expect this to take some time. Even with me telling you the mistakes I squandered so much time on and how to hack past them)
For Beginners: Stablecoins: Explaining what stablecoins are and why they’re so important for the cryptocurrency industry
https://preview.redd.it/0rico0vtytz11.png?width=2970&format=png&auto=webp&s=492f4edb6a613249a68f6a97c3fc70eebcac23e9 With the seemingly endless amount of coins entering the market each year, we are beginning to see various categories of digital assets emerge. One of these classifications of coins is known as stablecoins, and although you may see it as ironic that a cryptocurrency is labeled as being “stable,” that’s actually exactly what they are known for. Stablecoins make up a unique category of coins in the market that are poised to bring stability and trust back into the cryptocurrency market. With that being said, let’s go over what stablecoins are and why they are so important for the development of the cryptocurrency industry as a whole.
This is not financial investment advice.This article will touch upon key aspects of what stablecoins are and why they can help the growth of the crypto industry.
Blockchain: The easiest way to understand blockchain is to think of it as a fully transparent and continuously updated record of the exchange of information through a network of personal computers, a system which nobody fully owns. This makes it decentralized and extremely difficult for anyone to single-handedly hack or corrupt the system, pretty much guaranteeing full validity and trust in each exchange of information. Volatility: The rate at which the price of a security increases or decreases for a given set of returns. Volatility is measured by calculating the standard deviation of the annualized returns over a given period of time. It shows the range to which the price of a security may increase or decrease. Fiat: Currency that a government has declared to be legal tender, but it is not backed by a physical commodity. The value of fiat money is derived from the relationship between supply and demand rather than the value of the material from which the money is made. Decentralization: Essentially, if something is centralized, there’s a single point that does all of the work involved in any given action. On the flip side, if something is decentralized, there are multiple points that do the work.
Familiarize yourself with these key terms in order to better understand what stablecoins are.
What Are Stablecoins?
To put it simply, stablecoins are cryptocurrencies that are pegged or backed by some other asset. Some forms of stablecoins are tied to assets such as the dollar or a commodity like a bar of gold or a barrel of oil. Other forms of stablecoins are backed by cryptocurrencies, or even exist as self-correcting, algorithmically-controlled systems. Essentially, stablecoins hold the promise of a half-step between traditional assets and crypto assets, taking the best from both worlds while resulting in a much more accessible and efficient form of finance. The concept of having a stablecoin of stable currency isn’t new, as governments have been considering the implementation of this idea for quite some time now. National governments have the same motivation as crypto economies to deal in stable assets, as volatility in any kind of currency scheme can lead to wild speculation and boom and bust values. Historically, there have been a few different ways of implementing currency pegs at the national scale. Some countries just start using another country’s currency in lieu of their own as legal tender. Other governments have decided to set a fixed peg, while others determine an acceptable range and let their currency float within a range in relation to the peg. Even within the cryptocurrency world, people have been experimenting, with mixed results, with stablecoin design and setup. Tether is one of the most prominent stablecoins, which is a blockchain-based cryptocurrency whose coins in circulation are backed by an equivalent amount of traditional fiat currencies, like the dollar, the euro or the Japanese yen, which are held in a designated bank account. Tether tokens, the native tokens of the Tether network, trade under the USDT symbol.
Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies that are backed by another asset, such as fiat money or another algorithmically-controlled system. This keeps the value of that coins stable and lowers the threat of high volatility.
How Can They Impact The Crypto industry?
By definition, stablecoins are inherently different than the rest of the cryptocurrencies in the industry, as their value is determined and derived differently. With all the criticism and skepticism surrounding the industry today, many people have pointed to stablecoins as being one of the biggest proponents in legitimizing the cryptocurrency market as a viable asset class. Stablecoins could quickly become the universally accepted, international currency of the future. They have the potential to empower everyone to take part in an evolving crypto-economy, without compromising security and freedom. If implemented at scale, they are poised to become a foundational component of the next-generation economy. One of the biggest attacks against the cryptocurrency market is that the coins are too volatile and that they have no safe backing. Stablecoins solve both of those issues while still serving as a digital asset that can perpetuate excitement for the market as a whole.
Stablecoins solve the issue of volatility and lack of inherent value by having an actual asset which determines its value. At this point, they can serve as mediums of payment and monetary value while maintaining a stable price.
Sure, the cryptocurrency market may be filled with coins that are highly volatile and may not have the backing of inherently valuable assets, but what if there were coins that could satisfy all of these points? Well, with stablecoins, all of these issues are solved and the possibility of using these coins as mediums of payments becomes real. Imagine having the ability to use a cryptocurrency that is essentially valued the same as other widely-used assets like fiat money, oil, or even gold? The digital asset economy is quickly revolutionizing the world, so keep an eye out for this category of cryptocurrencies to one day become the future of the industry. Connect with us CoinBundle Platform App CoinBundle website YouTube LinkedIn Telegram chat Telegram news Medium Facebook Twitter Reddit --- Have you used stablecoins before? What are some of our favorite stablecoins in the market?Let us know why in the comments!
Marginal trading will save the crypto-investor’s deposit
The general enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies did not make all representatives of the crypto-community fabulously rich. Only a few of them managed to achieve a really good profit. Most crypto-traders were in the red. How and why did this happen? Has it happened due to the lack of professional actions of new stock players, or the roots of the problem lie much deeper? We talked about this and many other things with the representative of the Forex broker Larson Holz IT Ltd, the head of control and audit-Alexander Smirnov. – Exchange trading of crypto assets made some traders. fabulously rich, but most of the others parted with the lion’s share of their deposits on the first fall of bitcoin and were disappointed in crypto-trading. Why did this happen? All the fault is solely the actions of the investors themselves, isn’t it? – This is a very good question, which is much more difficult to answer than it seems at first glance. The rapid growth in the value of cryptocurrencies has turned many people’s heads. More recently, the price of the same bitcoin could increase by 20 – 25 percent in a week. The desire to earn well, while making a minimum effort, attract to crypto-exchanges lots of players who had little idea where they got and what they are going to do. Young crypto-traders who did not have time to rely on serious exchange battles really lost 70, or even 80 percent of deposits on the first fall of bitcoin. But this happened not only because the actions of investors were too risky or rash – just crypto -trading, in the form in which it was offered to them, turned out to be a one-way game, the rules of which are written so that an ordinary user in 99 percent of cases is more likely to lose than win. – What do you mean by that? – The functionality of the platforms on which crypto-traders started trading, simply did not assume any other development of events. Perhaps, if people had carefully studied the rules of the game, none of this would have happened, but all people rushed to trade, and only realizing that things were not going as well as we would like, began to delve into the essence of things. The reality turned out to be harsh: it turned out that behind the beautiful words about “freedom” from monopolists, about unhindered trade in high-yield assets and the movement to a new independent economy, there was a rather primitive design for pumping money out of the population. – So you’re saying it was a trap? – Think yourself: 99 percent of crypto-exchanges do not have functionality for both simple and technical analysis, it is impossible to put stop-losses on them, but there are big buttons “buy” and “sell”. For any more or less experienced trader at first glance it will be clear that it is not necessary to communicate with such sites, because it is not so much an exchange as a casino, where nothing depends on the actions of a player by and large. – But crypto-traders who came to earn bitcoin,were not embarrassed by interface or a very limited functionality… – Absolutely. Moreover, the loyalty of crypto-traders was almost boundless: people believed, and still believe that it is absolutely normal to have regular pauses on. platforms, “technical updates” at the wrong time, the inability to make transactions with assets over several days and even a large-scale hacking of crypto-exchanges! For 2 – 3 days, the cost of the crypto-asset can both soar to the skies and fall below the floor, and people humbly wait for the crypto-exchange to restart the servers! But any such “simple” costs tens or even hundreds of millions of dollars of net losses due to the inability to get rid of the asset that started to sharply become cheaper in time! – It turns out that trading of cryptocurrencies is a true scam? – Of course it is not. Do not turn away from crypto-trading after the first failures. As you know, they learn from mistakes, and those who managed to fill their bumps will continue to treat stock trading much more responsibly. The size of the initial deposit has decreased by half, three times? This doesn’t explain anything. Correct actions and several successful transactions will return you to success, and the deposit to its original state. – But how to trade if the account is almost empty? – Civilized trading environment knows the correct answer to this question: marginal trading. In a broad sense, it is making transactions on the stock exchange at the expense of credit funds provided to the trader by the broker under the guarantee of a certain deposit. The beauty of this trade is that with only $ 1,000 of your own funds, you can open a deal for $ 500,000 or even $ 1,000,000. If the transaction is successful-all. profit (minus interest on leverage) is yours, if not – by and large you risk only with your deposit. – That is, the risk is present in any case? – All stock trading is based on risk. The question is how big and justified it is. Marginal trading is a really handy tool that can give a trader a very good results if they follow a few simple but very important rules. First, a successful trader does not care whether the market is growing or falling: he earns on price movements. An asset rises in price – a trader opens a long position, becomes cheaper – make it shorter. Second, a good trader never works with just one asset. He switches from cryptocurrency to Fiat and back. . But the most important thing is the understanding that the success of a trader depends not only on what he does, but also where. People who know how to count money will never get involved with sites that hang out at the most interesting place or from which someone can steal something. – You would like to hint that it is better not to mess with crypto-exchanges? – I am not hinting, but saying that brokerage companies that have functionality for working with crypto-instruments look much preferable to crypto-exchanges at least because of the use of Meta Trader 4 and Meta Trader 5 trading terminals. First broker with initially specializes in crypto-trading was LH-CRYPTO. It opens for a crypto-trader all currently known trading instruments from one crypto-account. At the moment, this site, both in terms of functionality and terms of trade, simply does not have worthy competitors. Press about us: http://cryptoconsulting.info/blog/2018/09/10/marginal-trading-will-save-the-crypto-investor-s-deposit/?noredirect=en_US
British born entrepreneur William West is set to go “toe to toe” with major institutions around the world with his, one of a kind, applied artificial intelligence organisation Invacio. Created over the last 5 years William’s brainchild is far more than your average chatbot or sentiment scraper creating tech company. In point of fact it is such a powerful system that Invacio were invited to make their inaugural presentation in front of the United Nations during a UNESCAP FDI meeting in Thailand last year. The main elements that have made the elite sit up and take notice are Invacio’s flexibility and shere data processing capabilities. When you have a system that is plugged into thousands upon thousands of data sources with the capacity to analyse and correlate everything from historical market exchange data, and live news feeds with satellite data, and social media interactions, to formulate comprehensive reports and predictions for virtually any industry on earth, it tends to make an impact when people become aware of it. Data crunching leviathans are ten a penny, in this day and age, so what is so unique about invacio that world leaders invite them to elaborate the details in front of them? That is the secret sauce: a multi agent deep neural network that constantly learns from the data coming in and its own self created distinct datasets. A system that is aware enough of its own data requirements that it literally sourced its own hacking software to gain access to some data it really wanted to see (that got shut down immediately and new rules were implemented “no entry means no entry”). Wealth generation and crisis management were two of the areas explored during the initial UN presentation and since then further, more detailed, discussions have continued behind closed doors. First off the bat the sector which is going to feel the full force of Invacio, muscling its way in, is the finance sector, initially they will be putting “Agnes” into the ring. A subscription based service which monitors 2995 stocks/shares and the main forex pairs, Agnes will provide highly accurate short term price predictions to whomever pays the fees be that professionals looking to get ahead of the game or hobbyist day traders looking to put a lump sum away for their future. With accuracy levels regularly running between 92 & 98% on any given trade, with the correct type of equity management trading might just become fun again, even during downturns. Next up will be an onslaught to capture institutional money through the application of AI directly into the hedge fund market, Aquila, Archimedes and Tomahawk are the names given to these funds. Archimedes will be a human/AI hybrid fund that applies predictions made by Agnes and actioned by a human fund manager. In a 16 week experiment, with real money, Archimedes showed growth of 79%. Tomahawk is a long term forecasting system which looks anywhere from 6 months to 2 years into the future. Aquila will be a combination of all of these with the addition of invacio’s full market oversight (all commodities, shares, indices and forex pairs) Other markets that will feel the wrath of Invacio are, Market intelligence, communications, social networking, data provision and Global security but they are a different story altogether. Invacio are currently undergoing an ICO (initial coin offering) in order to fund the roll out of Their various divisions. The coins sold during the sale will be directly connected to the use of Invacios products find out more here www.invest.invacio.com
Hey all, I know that the "hedging in the US" question has been asked multiple times, but going through the search results on /forex I haven't found a satisfactory answer. Maybe there isn't one? My singular interest at the moment is to find a US-based broker (or, at least, one that explicitly accepts US traders and has a history of integrity) that permits back office hedging. I heard, in the wake of the regulations that made hedging in the US illegal, that back office solutions were available, but so far, asking around multiple brokers, I am told either that it is not supported by them or that there is some roundabout "hack" to get it working. I am currently running multiple MT4 EAs on the same currency pair, each targeting a different element in the price action... or I would be, if TradeKing had back office hedging. I was told by an Oanda rep that I could synthetically hedge by using multiple MT4 accounts all linked to my main account, but what I don't get is where the "don't worry, we'll deal with it in the back!" brokers are. I'd like my EAs to all run on the same account on the same instance of MT4, and completely ignorant that the others exist. Are there any US-based brokers using MT4 that support seamless, completely transparent back office hedging? I'll go with Oanda if such a thing does not exist, but of course, I'd rather do less grunt work rather than more.
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