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Auto Trading

Auto trading is the use of computers to perform trading actions with little human intervention. This includes software such as copy trading software using trading robots and automated technical analysis. You can freely apply auto trading in our PK robots by linking our robot with your trading account. This E.A (Expert Advisor) is a computer-automated software that enters and exits trades on the market based on coded algorithms. you can purchase our trading robot ($600) for a lifetime. 
The best-automated robot that can trade for you if you, enter/closes trades in case of any loss in the set parameters. Working a 9-5 job you can comfortably be trading with our robots with a minimum return of 98.86% profit per month. 


What Is Forex Scalping?

Forex scalping is a trading style used by forex traders to buy or sell currency pairs and then hold it for a short period of time in an attempt to make a profit. A forex scalper looks to make a large number of trades, taking advantage of the small price movements which are common throughout the day. While scalping attempts to capture small gains, such as 5 to 20 pips per trade, the profit on these trades can be magnified by increasing the position size


  • Forex scalping involves buying and selling currencies, typically with a brief holding time and with multiple trades taken each day.
  • Forex scalpers keep risk small in an attempt to capture small price movements for a profit. The small price movements can become significant amounts of money with leverage and large position sizes.
  • Forex scalpers typically use ECN forex accounts, as using a normal account will put them at a disadvantage.
  • Leverage, spreads, fees, and slippage are all risks that the scalper needs to control, manage, and account for as much as possible.
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swing trading

What Is Swing Trading?

Swing trading is a style of trading that attempts to capture gains in a stock (or any financial instrument) over a period of a few days to several weeks. Swing traders primarily use technical analysis to look for trading opportunities. These traders may utilize fundamental analysis in addition to analyzing price trends and patterns.
Swing trading is one of the most popular forms of active trading, where traders look for intermediate-term opportunities using various forms of technical analysis. If you're interested in swing trading, you should be intimately familiar with technical analysis. Investopedia's Technical Analysis Course provides a comprehensive overview of the subject with over five hours of on-demand video, exercises, and interactive content cover both basic and advanced techniques.swing-forex-strategy

Many swing traders assess trades on a risk/reward basis. By analyzing the chart of an asset they determine where they will enter, where they will place a stop loss, and then anticipate where they can get out with a profit. If they are risking $1 per share on a setup that could reasonably produce a $3 gain, that is a favorable risk/reward. On the other hand, risking $1 to make $1 or only make $0.75 isn't quite as favorable.
Swing traders primarily use technical analysis, due to the short-term nature of the trades. That said, fundamental analysis can be used to enhance the analysis. For example, if a swing trader sees a bullish setup in a stock, they may want to verify that the fundamentals of the asset look favorable or are improving also.
Swing traders will often look for opportunities on the daily charts, and may watch 1-hour or 15-minute charts to find precise entry, stop loss, and take profit levels. Enroll in our institution courses to learn more about this  strategy.

Martingale strategy

The Martingale Strategy: A Negative Progression System

Any ambitious trader is always looking for a way to improve their strategy or system. On the other hand, novice traders can be slightly one-dimensional in their focus. More often than not, inexperienced traders are too concerned with entry signals, and this can be detrimental to other important areas.Martingale Strategy - Forex Trading These areas are:
  • market selection
  • exit strategy
  • position sizing
  • objective-oriented strategy and psychology.

How Martingale Trading Works

The theory behind a Martingale strategy is pretty simple. It is a negative progression system that involves increasing your position size following a loss. Specifically, it involves doubling up your trading size when you lose. The classic scenario for a Martingale progression is trying to trade an outcome where there is a 50% probability of it occurring. Such a scenario has zero expectations.You would expect to make nothing and lose nothing in the long run. For this kind of 50/50 proposition, there are two schools of thought about how to size your trade size. Martingale strategy is about doubling your trade size when you lose. The theory is that when you do win, you will regain what you have lost. On the other hand, an anti-Martingale strategy states that you should increase your trade size when you win.

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Hedging with forex is a strategy used to protect one's position in a currency pair from an adverse move. It is typically a form of short-term protection when a trader is concerned about news or an event triggering volatility in currency markets.


  • Hedging in the forex market is the process of protecting a position in a currency pair from the risk of losses.
  • There are two main strategies for hedging in the forex market.
  • Strategy one is to take a position opposite in the same currency pair—for instance, if the investor holds EUR/USD long, they short the same amount of EUR/USD.
  • The second strategy involves using options, such as buying puts if the investor is holding a long position in a currency.
  • Forex hedging is a type of short-term protection and, when using options, can offer only limited protection.
Forex Hedging

intraday trading

  • Intraday trading deals with buying and selling pairs on the same day, usually during the main market hours and sessions. Major market sessions include London, New York, and Tokyo. Intraday trading is planned strategically, whereby profits are booked for the day.
  • Day trading is another short term trading style, but unlike scalping, you are typically only taking one trade a day and closing it out when the day is over. ... Day trading is suited for forex traders that have enough time throughout the day to analyze, execute and monitor a trade.

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