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Hi all

does anyone use forex signals here?

i want to try some out but not sure if its worth paying for it or just use free ones.

anyone got recommendation for signal providers?

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It depends on your time availability. How many hours a day are you ready to spend before the chart to open the orders? I strongly recommend you fully automatized signals.

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what is automatized signals? 

im just searching for providers cus im new to the signal scene. 

recently joined a provider called fxsignalpremier for free signals. but do you know more?

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On 4/18/2019 at 11:48 AM, j.p1992 said:

anyone got recommendation for signal providers?

Yes, I have one good recommendation for you. You should check out fx pips service. Simply search for FX PIPS UK in google and visit the site. You can avail their service. Free trial is also available. Its good.

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Tips to find the best forex signals service, providers-

1> Look for profitability and verified track records.

2> Apply for a trial period.

3> Check the provider’s time zone.

4> Do the signals suit your trading style?

5> Signal charts and analysis.

6>Additional support (If Required).

7>Shortlist and compare signal service providers.

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On 5/17/2019 at 8:54 AM, zuinjimi said:

Tips to find the best forex signals service, providers-

1> Look for profitability and verified track records.

This is the most important one of them all.

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Forex Leaders forex signals are essentially trade ideas. The trader receives the position (buy/sell) posted on the forex signals page together with the stop loss (SL) and take profit (TP) levels. All traders need to do is to copy the trade at the market price when the signal goes live.

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This market is not only sitting for hours in front of the computer watching graphics and doing operations, that is the final work, there has to be a whole preparation prior to that moment, a good operator must have a plan of their own.

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The forex market is like boxing, if you train well and are good you can earn a lot of money and have free time. But if you go there without training you will be very bad, places to invest there are many, and while they are regulated you will not have fraud problems, however even if you have the best broker in the world if you do not know how to analyze markets, you will hardly avoid losing your money.

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On 11/2/2019 at 3:37 AM, CrazyCzarina said:

The short answer is that some Forex signals providers can be useful in making profits but sadly there are very many that are less than reputable that will send you bad signals.

True. I can't say how much money I lost over the years on crappy signal providers. Take as much time as necessary googling on any one before spending your money there.

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On 12/11/2019 at 3:29 AM, CrazyCzarina said:

Forex signals can be profitable only if you know how to trade and manage the trade you have enter. To even copy someone trading, you need to have some skills of trading so that you can make profit or save your investment.

Completely agreed.

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On 4/18/2019 at 11:18 AM, j.p1992 said:

Hi all

does anyone use forex signals here?

i want to try some out but not sure if its worth paying for it or just use free ones.

anyone got recommendation for signal providers?

Try signal vendors from Fxstat. This service is offered by Hotforex and it's really perfect a lot of professional and qualified traders willing to share trading signals!

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