Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera,

Untuk posting kali ini, saya akan membuat review tentang sebuah ebook Forex yang sedang hangat di pasaran Forex, iaitu TEKNIK FOREX SEBENAR V3 yang ditulis oleh Khalid Hamid.

Alah membeli, menang memakai. Itulah yang dapat digambarkan jika membeli ebook Teknik Forex Sebenar v3 ini. Tidak rugi. Berbaloi. Value for money. Bukan saya nak memuji lebih-lebih, tapi itulah gambaran sebenar yang dapat saya katakan tentang ebook ini.

Ditulis di dalam bahasa Melayu dengan gaya bahasa yang penuh santai, ebook ini telah berevolusi dari versi 1 hinggalah yang terbaru ini iaitu versi 3. Terdapat penambahbaikan dari versi 1, versi 2 dan seterusnya ke versi 3 ini. 

Sebelum itu, sedikit info mengenai penulis. Beliau merupakan seorang part-time Forex Trader dan bekerja secara full-time sebagai seorang currency analyst di sebuah institusi kewangan antarabangsa dan buku ini dihasilkan dari pengalaman beliau sebagai seorang currency analyst dan pengalaman sebenar beliau sebagai forex trader.

Khalid Hamid - Penulis
Baiklah, kenapa saya katakan tadi tidak rugi membeli ebook ini. Berikut adalah apa yang anda akan dapat jika membeli ebook ini.

  • Support yang berterusan dari penulis sendiri di dalam group facebook.
  • Dilengkapi dengan video tutorial lengkap setting platform forex
  • Teknik-teknik yang mudah serta simple yang hanya anda perlu ikuti
  • Disertakan sekali dengan money management calculator untuk anda
  • MONEY BACK GUARANTEED!! (ini yang penting)
Jika anda berminat untuk mendapatkan ebook ini, boleh klik di sini . 
Atau boleh hubungi saya jika anda berminat untuk mendapatkan preview ebook ini.

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Friday, March 22, 2013

In the middle of the 1990′s, retail investors started to trade currencies on the forex market thanks to the presence of online forex brokers. During the last 15 years, many brokers have started to pop up, the market has become increasingly competitive and forex trading spreads have gone down.

The forex industry has developed many exceptional trading tools such as chart analysis software and even trading signal services with automatic execution. Nevertheless, many traders lose money for several reasons: bad risk management (money management), a lack of training in trading, the use of excessive leverage, etc.

But perhaps the biggest challenge that a trader faces is the fact that market’s are not always trending and they are not always ranging. Lots of traders have winning strategies, however, these strategies are sometimes being used at the wrong time! A majority of traders are trend traders (“the trend is your friend” ever hear that one?), but most of the time they shouldn’t be trading as the market only trends about 30% of the time! Unfortunately, lots of traders have trouble waiting on the sidelines for a trend to develop. When the market is stuck in a range and consolidating, you are more likely to hit a stop loss than a take profit.

The opposite is true of range traders as well. Once the market takes a definite direction, they have trouble waiting for the next consolidation area.

Knowing when not to trade is just as important as knowing when to jump in. And looking elsewhere for other opportunities is key as well. Many traders only trade the EUR/USD as this is the most liquid pair, but there are other major pairs as well. Following this logic, it also makes sense to look for opportunities in other time ranges. If you trade the 15-min chart, try looking at the 1-hour or 4-hour chart, you might see other opportunities there (of course, jumping to higher time frames means staying in a trade for a longer period of time, but with proper money management this should not be a problem.


Thursday, March 21, 2013

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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

In Currency Trading there are a multitude of strategies that can be profitable. I don’t care which strategy you use but if you don’t overlay your strategy with the 5 points below then I believe that the probability of success will be really low.

1. Always Use Stop Losses – I cannot stress this enough.  To be able to use stop losses you have to accept them as a cost of doing business.  The same way a shopkeeper has to pay for rent or electricity, the trader has to pay for Stop losses.  Usually new traders do not like to use Stop Losses because many times the price returns towards their initial entry and they end up being in the money. So in their mind, using a stop loss would only create an unnecessary red spot in their account.  But you might find yourself in a scenario where the price does not return to your entry and your account gets wiped out.

Remember, trading is a marathon and not a sprint. You have to survive for a while until you learn how to trade. And the only way to survive is by using stop losses!

2. Multi-Timeframe Analysis – You might have a favourite time frame to trade. If you don’t then you should. Choose one so you learn the ins and outs of trading within that timeframe.  But always look out on the next timeframe to make sure you are on the correct side of the trend and that you are not selling into bigger timeframe support or buying into bigger timeframe resistance. For example, I always trade on the 15 minute chart but always consult the 1H timeframe.

3. Keep it Simple but not too simple – Trading should be simple enough so that decision making is clear and not complicated but you should keep in mind that confluence is important as well. Confluence means that more than one indicators/price action characteristics support a trading decision. For example I might buy a pair if it bounces over its upward sloping trend line and also bouncing of a support level in addition to forming a rejection candle.

4.  Learn the signal frequency of your method – You have to learn your method/strategy like the palm of your hand.  I know how many signals my strategy usually generates throughout every trading session. And I know this, because I am ‘connected’ with my strategy. This means that I do not over trade.  I trade the 2-3 signals a day my strategy generates and that’s it. If I start entering into more trades than what my strategy usually generates then I know I am overtrading.   Over trading can kill an account, since every new trade brings new risk on the table. And as traders we hate risk!

5.  Concentrate on the risk and not the profit – When you equate trading to risk management that’s when you will see your account grow. Trading is all about managing your risk. So cut your losses short. Winning trades are usually winning from the get-go. Be quick to protect your account. Personally I move my SL to entry as soon as a trade goes 15 pips in my favour. That’s a method that suits my strategy. You should protect your account as well with a method that suits your strategy.

source : HotForex

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Bila kau bersedih janganlah menangis oh sayangku
Tersenyumlah meski kau terluka
Ku tau kau sedih janganlah berlarut
Tersenyumlah dunia kan bersinar
Kalau duka menyerang jiwa biar hanya hati yang merasa
Tersenyum yang manis biar dunia lebih
Bersinar cerah
Kini kau tak sedih ku jadi bahagia
Memandang mu tersenyumlah dunia kan bersinar

Friday, March 15, 2013

 "He that can have Patience, can have what he will"
 - Benjamin Franklin

They say Patience is a virtue seldom found in women never in men. This may or may not be true; but it fair to say that there is nobody on earth who couldn't benefit from more patience. Patience is our cheerful acceptance of life. Patience allows us to turn failure into success. Patience avoids needless worry and anxiety and in place brings peace of mind.

Benefits of Patience

Patience is necessary for Success. It is said that "all good things come to those who wait" If we wish to achieve anything of significance, we cannot expect to achieve it overnight. For example many of our great scientists have remarked how their scientific discoveries came only through patient perseverance. Einstein said Genius was 99% perspiration and only 1% inspiration. To achieve anything great in life we have to develop patience.

"If I have ever made any valuable discoveries, it has owed more to patient attention, than to any other talent." -- Sir Isaac Newton

Patience teaches us to value the effort and not just the success. It is a mistake to think that happiness can only be attained through certain achievements. To get the most from life, we should value the preparation and effort, as much as the success or failure that may result. Patience means we learn to develop equanimity and to not be influenced by the ups and downs of life.

Patience brings peace of mind. When we desire certain outcomes, then we will have no peace of mind. Even if one desire is filled, the nature of desire is that more will appear in its place. There is no end to human desire. Patience means that we can work without expecting a certain outcome. Patience means we will work with an attitude of detachment. It is this detachment that brings peace of mind.

"Patience is not inertia. ... Patience has the steady movement of growth and is always accompanied by peace. This peace can never be mistaken for inertia which is always accompanied by restlessness." - Sri Chinmoy (1)

Patience enables us to develop faith; this is a faith in ourselves. If we judge ourselves only by our results and success then we do not have faith in our inner self. Our real self seeks to quietly do the right thing and not worry about the result.

Patience can transform suffering into joy. Throughout life we suffer injustice and suffering, the Best healer is time and patience. Through being patient and accepting of our situation, it is quite possible for our suffering to be transformed.

"If failure has the strength to turn your life into bitterness itself, then patience has the strength to turn your life into the sweetest joy.." - Sri Chinmoy (2)

Article Source: Ezine Articles

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Currency trading can provide a significant source of income for some professional traders. But for other investors, foreign exchange transactions are simply an additional source of income that allows them to invest their hard earned money. With the growing popularity of currency trading, more and more individuals seek to use forex trading as an alternative investment vehicle, in a sense replacing stock market trading.

There are several types of traders in the foreign exchange market:

1) The first type of trader is the full-time professional trader. The majority of these traders are day trading, they invest in the Forex on a daily basis and are sometimes scalpers who profit from small movements of currency pairs using high leverage. These seasoned traders have extensive experience that allows them to develop effective forex trading strategies.

2)  The second type of Forex trader does not really have time to do forex trading on a daily basis. These investors either do not have the time to monitor the financial markets themselves or are essentially long-term traders who wage their “bets” on large forex movements. They do not really care about small foreign exchange fluctuations and trade with little leverage.

3)   The third type of forex traders are slowly emerging in the world of forex investing, they prefer to let managers manage their accounts for them. These investors do not have time to study the financial markets themselves, but are well informed about the possibilities of profit or losses that may quickly occur in the forex market.

There are other types of traders who are not in the list because they are not individuals, such as hedge funds, brokers or hedgers who protect themselves to ensure a fixed price for their productions.

If you are interested in investing money in the forex market, make sure to set clear investment objectives. You must not only determine the amount you are willing to invest, but also the time that you can afford to devote to the study of trading. Your psychological profile and personality must determine your trading style.

Before you begin trading, you should make a short checklist containing, at the very least, the following:

1) Define your trading strategy (hedging? scalping? trading with the trend? trying to identify tops and bottoms?)

2) find a broker that meets your requirements (for example, you may want a broker that allows scalping, or that allows you to trade mini-lots, or that lets you trade metals and commodities as well as currency pairs) and

3) make sure that the broker is licensed and accredited by a regulatory body (for example: the FSC in the Republic of Mauritius).

John Carricaburu – www.forex-central.net

source : HotForex

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

One day, my mother and I were working together in the garden where we were transplanting plants for the third time.

Grown from seed in a small container, the plants had been transferred to a larger container; then transplanted into the garden. Now, because I was moving, we were transplanting them once again.

Inexperienced as a gardener, I turned to my green-thumbed mother. “Isn’t this bad for them?” I asked, as we dug them up and shook the dirt from the roots. “Won’t it hurt these plants, being uprooted and transplanted so many times?”

“Oh” my mother replied. “Transplanting doesn't hurt them. In fact, it’s good for the ones that survive. That’s how their roots grow strong. Their roots will grow deep, and they will make strong plants”. 

Often, I've felt like those small plants – uprooted and turned upside. Sometimes I've endured the change willingly, sometimes reluctantly, but usually my reaction has been a combination. Won’t this be hard on me? I ask. Wouldn't things be better if things remained the same? That’s when I remember my mother’s words: That’s how the roots grow deep and strong.

By Chaplain Lisa Bohannon

EURUSD dropped on Friday and closed at 1.30. The United States department of labor reported on Friday that the total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 236K jobs added in February. The Unemployment rate in the United States dropped to 7.7 percent in February. The Industrial Production in Germany remained flat in January disappointing the market expectation of a 0.5 percent rise. Support for the EURUSD is seen at 1.2964 and resistance is seen at 1.3067. The HotForex Traders Board shows that half of the traders are long on the EURUSD and half are short.

The Cable dropped on Friday and closed at 1.4918. A survey of Bank of England indicated that the consumers in the United Kingdom expected the price of goods and services to increase in the next year to 3.6 percent in February. Investors are awaiting the Manufacturing Production month over month due from the United Kingdom tomorrow. Support for the GBPUSD is seen at 1.4866 and resistance is seen at 1.4979. The HotForex Traders Board shows that 81 percent of the traders are long on the GBPUSD.

source : HotForex

Friday, March 08, 2013

EURUSD dropped yesterday and closed at 1.2964. Data released yesterday showed that the Gross Domestic Product in the Eurozone dropped 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012. The United States dollar advanced against the Euro after data release showed that the US private sector employment surged more than the market expectation in February. The latest release of the Federal Reserve Beige Book survey indicated that the US economy continued to expand at a modest to moderate pace in January. This morning the ratings agency Standard & Poors raised the credit rating of Portugal from “Negative” to “Stable”. Investors are now focused on the Press Conference of the European Central Bank due later today. Support for the EURUSD is seen at 1.2965 and resistance is seen at 1.3065. The HotForex Traders Board shows that 58 percent of the traders are long on the EURUSD.


The Cable dropped yesterday and closed at 1.5016. The Halifax House Price Index rose 0.5 percent month over month in February. Later today the Bank of England it’s scheduled to make its monetary policy announcement. A lot of investors are speculating that the bank may restart its quantitative easing after stopping its bond buying program in November 2012. This combined with the releases from the United States is expected to bring high level of volatility on the pair. Support for the GBPUSD is seen at 1.4970 and resistance is seen at 1.5045. The HotForex Traders Board shows that 80 percent of the traders are long on the GBPUSD.

*source : HotForex 

Thursday, March 07, 2013

It is common belief that our goals are the lives we are trying to build for ourselves.  For instance, many people have a goal to work themselves into an executive role in a company so they can set up a comfortable life for them and their family.  This is a limiting view of life.  This is not the view of those who focus on true personal growth and development of their lives.

Instead, you should view life as the journey itself.  The journey to your goals is your life.  It is where you spend the most time.  It is where you experience the greatest highs and lows.  It is where you learn the most about life and about yourself.  It is what creates your character and gives you a personality.

Your life is your journey, so you might as well learn to enjoy each moment of it.

Enjoying Life (And all your growth and development)

It is human nature to never be satisfied.  We always want more.

This is a good thing.  It brings about creativity and innovation.  It fosters great achievement.  It pushes us and challenges us to do great things with our lives.

But when do we get to enjoy these great things?  When do we get to enjoy our lives?

The enjoyment of life lies in our control.  This is why it is critically important that you appreciate your journey.  It is crucial to your happiness that you enjoy walking down the path to your goals.  Take in the scenery.  Savour the experiences.

Love the highs.
Appreciate the lows.

There are a lot of ups and downs on the journey of life, but they all have a purpose.  They all have a meaning.  They are all a part of your life.  To achieve this realization is to achieve the ultimate in personal growth and development.

Live each moment of your life with a purpose, and enjoy the process as you realize your greatest dreams.

*i miss the beach*

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

EURUSD dropped on Friday and closed at 1.3020. Data released on Friday showed that the consumer price inflation in the Eurzone dropped to an annualized rate of 1.8 percent in February. The unemployment rate in the EU rose to a reading of the record 11.9 percent in January. The Retails Sales month over month in Germany rose 3.1 percent in January. The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index rose to a reading of 50.3 in February. Looking ahead in the week we have series of high impact events due on the Economic Calendar including the Minimum Bid Rate from the Eurozone, the employment data from the United States and the US Banks stress tests. Support for the EURUSD is seen at 1.2989 and resistance is seen at 1.3106. The HotForex Traders Board shows that 59 percent of the traders are long on the EURUSD.


The Cable dropped on Friday and closed at 1.5038. The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index in the United Kingdom fell to a reading of 47.9 in February. The M4 Money Supply month over month rose 0.9 percent in January. In a release today the Construction Purchasing Managers Index in the UK dropped to a reading of 46.8 in February. Looking ahead in the week we have the speech of the Governor of Bank of England Sir Mervyn King due on Wednesday and the Official Bank Rate and the MPC Rate Statement due on Thursday from the United Kingdom. Support for the GBPUSD is seen at 1.5015 and resistance is seen at 1.5144. The HotForex Traders Board shows that 75 percent of the traders are long on the GBPUSD.

*source : HotForex

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