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General Discussion · Forex Charting and Trading
trek
msg #71783
2/26/2009 10:52:08 AM

Has anyone used FXSOLUTIONS, their AccuCharts is the best charting package I've found. I just wonder about the safety of the company. Any feedback would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Trek

General Discussion · Forex Charting and Trading
trek
msg #71383
2/13/2009 9:19:09 AM

Here is a free forex charting website with limited indicators, if anyone is interested.

www.chartbook.com

trek




General Discussion · Forex Charting and Trading
trek
msg #71382
2/13/2009 9:12:45 AM

Thanks for the help. TRO

There is a lot of talk on other forums about making sure of a reputable broker before sending any money to trade.

I've went back and read all your post about no spreads in forex.

So which broker do you actually use to trade?

Thanks Again

Trek

General Discussion · Forex Charting and Trading
trek
msg #71356
2/12/2009 10:09:06 AM

Question for TRO.

You seem to highly recommend Tradestation for stocks.

I was just wondering why you don't use them for Forex. What are the main advantages of mbtrading over Tradestation?

I'm new to forex and just trying to figure out where to start.

Thanks for your help,

Trek

General Discussion · Forex Charting and Trading
trek
msg #71271
2/9/2009 11:04:49 AM

Does anyone have any recommendations for the best Forex charting and trading service?

Thanks in Advance,

Trek

General Discussion · RDN
trek
msg #68116
10/6/2008 5:27:18 PM

What entry and exit strategy are you guys using on these stocks, RDN, ABK, and SPF?

Thanks,

trek

Filter Exchange · MARY4MONEY --- any thoughts on WB
trek
msg #67845
9/29/2008 9:13:56 AM

Mary,

Are you buying any Wachovia Bank calls today?

Thanks,

trek

General Discussion · The OPENING BAR
trek
msg #66945
9/4/2008 10:14:07 AM

Avery,

This may be a dumb question. Are you only trading this method at a maximum of two trades per day, or do you trade every time the price crosses the open +/- .10 during the day?

Thanks,

Trek

General Discussion · Charts logarithmic!?!? Difference
trek
msg #65877
8/6/2008 10:01:54 AM

jayzz,

I personally use linear but sometimes will look at both if the stock has moved a lot.

For example look at ABK for the last year. The drop looks more dramatic on the linear scale than the log scale, but ABK seems to be making a bottom now which is hard to see on the linear scale unless you move to a shorter time frame. By using the log scale it shows up on the chart better.

Hope this helps,

trek

General Discussion · Charts logarithmic!?!? Difference
trek
msg #65852
8/5/2008 6:37:35 PM

jayzz,

sorry, I see that you said you used log scale for both, I don't know what the difference in SF would be. I copied the phrase straight from the user guide and it appears to still be in Linear form.

trek

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