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I might not be a forex trader guru but I am an expert researcher. Based on research and current trade trends I think gold trading is the way to go. Truth of the matter is in times of crisis and economic down fall, gold it always standing tall and is a mutual form of trade. You can’t loose when you trade gold it is almost like crude oil.

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however, its been a long time when you wrote this and hibernating ever since or may be doing your "can't lose in gold" trading

 

ppl make it complicated with all the economic hoopla and big macro showdown, the basic reality still remains that to make money u will have to risk some, if u can manage it well, that's it and that's the answer

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however, its been a long time when you wrote this and hibernating ever since or may be doing your "can't lose in gold" trading

 

ppl make it complicated with all the economic hoopla and big macro showdown, the basic reality still remains that to make money u will have to risk some, if u can manage it well, that's it and that's the answer

 

now gold price keep stumbling and downward still rallies. most people still think of gold as pure commidity, it's more like they buying a real gold when the place an order on their trading account, and most are buy order. so why bother to make a chart analysis when we just already pick up to put buy order in row.

for consecuentive 2 years, we now have gold price almost hit the level where it began to shine.

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In my experience, the only “can’t loose” PM ‘trade’ is to be a price insensitive accumulator of the physicals across time… to the point where you then start only exchanging one physical element for another… and only using currencies/debt in transactions at all for any ‘hedging’ [snic] via derivatives you might be doing.

Each and every other PM ‘trade’ can and most likely will at some point along the way be considered as a “can loose” (or "loss" or however you might spel it.) or at minimum, a suboptimal allocation of capital...

 

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In my experience, the only “can’t loose” PM ‘trade’ is to be a price insensitive accumulator of the physicals across time… to the point where you then start only exchanging one physical element for another… and only using currencies/debt in transactions at all for any ‘hedging’ [snic] via derivatives you might be doing.

Each and every other PM ‘trade’ can and most likely will at some point along the way be considered as a “can loose” (or "loss" or however you might spel it.) or at minimum, a suboptimal allocation of capital...

 

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Banned? By whom?

 

It feels like the site was abandoned.

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Banned? By whom?

 

It feels like the site was abandoned.

 

Good question... thankfully, it's not Mystic

 

... re: "abandoned"... Maybe.

 

and, btw, if there are new 'owners' or even mgmt, a announcement would be appropriate...maybe that happened? I haven't been around much...

 

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When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing—when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors—when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you—when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice—you may know that your society is doomed.
– Ayn Rand; Atlas Shrugged, 1957

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I might not be a forex trader guru but I am an expert researcher. Based on research and current trade trends I think gold trading is the way to go. Truth of the matter is in times of crisis and economic down fall, gold it always standing tall and is a mutual form of trade. You can’t loose when you trade gold it is almost like crude oil.

 

Hello newmillionaire,

 

You are a good researcher. But if you don`t know all strategy then here also have chance to face loss. So only that`s not big reason. If you are not a good trader then it`s not a big deal

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On 19.08.2013 at 3:19 PM, newmillionaire said:

I might not be a forex trader guru but I am an expert researcher. Based on research and current trade trends I think gold trading is the way to go. Truth of the matter is in times of crisis and economic down fall, gold it always standing tall and is a mutual form of trade. You can’t loose when you trade gold it is almost like crude oil.

You were right! I've read the similar information in book Unfair advantage of Robert Kiyosaki and he tell about gold, silver and some other asstest for investing and trading. But also successful trading depends of broker and his conditions. 

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