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Member SinceJul 08, 2021

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Oct 08, 2021 a 13:32
Traders who use scalping techniques attempt to achieve the same results as ticket scalpers. The goal is not to win big. Stock scalpers, on the other hand, are interested in accumulating dozens (or even hundreds) of small wins in order to make money. Gains are collected as quickly as possible, and positions are opened and closed in a matter of seconds.

A trader engaged in this type of transaction has very limited time to hold a stock, which means the transaction must be opened and closed within a couple of minutes, or even seconds. Stocks can, however, be kept for a few hours under certain conditions.

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Oct 08, 2021 a 19:34
Forex trading is a lucrative and challenging market. One of the more difficult approaches to the market is scalping. Scalping refers to the process of opening and closing trades within seconds rather than hours or days. Scalpers tend to make small transactions and there are many different technical indicators that can be used to identify profitable trades. It's not an easy strategy to master, but those who put in the time and effort will find that it is well worth it.

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Oct 18, 2021 a 16:48
Forex scalping is a trading strategy that involves opening and closing trades within the same day, typically within the course of an few minutes. Forex traders use this technique to make small profits on short-term price fluctuations in currencies. Scalping can be done manually or automated, but manual scalping is much more tedious and time consuming. Most forex brokers also offer automatic forex scalping tools, which can successfully carry out the main tasks of scalping.

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