Welcome, Guest.
Please login or register.
Forgot your password?


Total Members: 176
Latest: DtanielJat
New This Month: 3
New This Week: 0
New Today: 0
Total Posts: 141
Total Topics: 105
Most Online Today: 5
Most Online Ever: 3410
(June 05, 2021, 01:28:22 pm)
Users Online
Members: 0
Guests: 1
Total: 1


Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - firebreathz

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 7
« on: February 03, 2021, 07:44:07 am »

Random / MOVED: Become an Expert in Quant Finance
« on: February 03, 2021, 07:43:31 am »

Random / Re: Where is Administration forexprofits.co.uk ??
« on: January 22, 2021, 02:50:22 pm »
how may I help?

Firebreathz (Admin)

Crypto offers / ECOS bounty
« on: October 20, 2020, 01:23:21 pm »

If you want to get some extra free hash power to mine Bitcoin you can do the following activities:

1. Register an account on ECOS platform using this link and get 0.5 TH/s at once! For new users only!

2. Generate your own referral link in your account Referrals section and share it with your friends. As soon as they register with it they will automatically receive 0.5 TH/s hash power to their account. As soon as they make any purchase you will receive 10% from it (lifetime referral)

3. Withdrawal proofs
You can withdraw from your account balance as soon as you have at least 0.001 BTC.
In case you share your withdrawal proof with the crypto community (in ECOS chats, on forums, on crypto websites) we will grant you with 0.2 TH/s hash power on demand.

4. Make a repost
Make a repost and share this link on any web site or forum or social media (with not less than 50 subscribers), send us a screen shot as a proof and get extra 0.2 TH/s hash power on demand.

If you would like to get all ECOS special offers just join our social networks and be the first to know: https://linktr.ee/ecosmining

More bonuses and promo codes can be found here

Education / Leverage
« on: May 14, 2020, 08:02:37 pm »

One of the reasons why so many people are attracted to trading forex compared to other financial instruments is that with forex, you can usually get much higher leverage than you would with stocks. While many traders have heard of the word "leverage," few know its definition, how leverage works and how it can directly impact their bottom line.

The concept of using other people's money to enter a transaction can also be applied to the forex markets. In this article, we'll explore the benefits of using borrowed capital for trading and examine why employing leverage in your forex trading strategy can be a double-edged sword.

Leverage is the use of borrowed funds to increase one's trading position beyond what would be available from their cash balance alone.
Brokerage accounts allow the use of leverage through margin trading, where the broker provides the borrowed funds.
Forex traders often use leverage to profit from relatively small price changes in currency pairs.
Leverage, however, can amplify both profits as well as losses.
Defining Leverage
Leverage involves borrowing a certain amount of the money needed to invest in something. In the case of forex, money is usually borrowed from a broker. Forex trading does offer high leverage in the sense that for an initial margin requirement, a trader can build up—and control—a huge amount of money.

To calculate margin-based leverage, divide the total transaction value by the amount of margin you are required to put up:

Margin-Based Leverage = Total Value of Transaction / Margin Required
For example, if you are required to deposit 1% of the total transaction value as margin and you intend to trade one standard lot of USD/CHF, which is equivalent to US$100,000, the margin required would be US$1,000. Thus, your margin-based leverage will be 100:1 (100,000/1,000). For a margin requirement of just 0.25%, the margin-based leverage will be 400:1, using the same formula.

Margin-Based Leverage Expressed as Ratio   Margin Required of Total Transaction Value
400:1   0.25%
200:1   0.50%
100:1   1.00%
  50:1   2.00%
However, margin-based leverage does not necessarily affect risk and whether a trader is required to put up 1% or 2% of the transaction value as margin may not influence their profits or losses. This is because the investor can always attribute more than the required margin for any position. This indicates that the real leverage, not margin-based leverage, is the stronger indicator of profit and loss.

To calculate the real leverage you are currently using, simply divide the total face value of your open
positions by your trading capital:

Real Leverage = Total Value of Transaction / Total Trading Capital
For example, if you have $10,000 in your account, and you open a $100,000 position (which is equivalent to one standard lot), you will be trading with 10 times leverage on your account (100,000/10,000). If you trade two standard lots, which is worth $200,000 in face value with $10,000 in your account, then your leverage on the account is 20 times (200,000/10,000).

This also means that the margin-based leverage is equal to the maximum real leverage a trader can use. Since most traders do not use their entire accounts as margin for each of their trades, their real leverage tends to differ from their margin-based leverage.

Generally, a trader should not use all of their available margin. A trader should only use leverage when the advantage is clearly on their side.

Once the amount of risk in terms of the number of pips is known, it is possible to determine the potential loss of capital. As a general rule, this loss should never be more than 3% of trading capital. If a position is leveraged to the point that the potential loss could be, say, 30% of trading capital, then the leverage should be reduced by this measure. Traders will have their own level of experience and risk parameters and may choose to deviate from the general guideline of 3%.

Traders may also calculate the level of margin that they should use. Suppose that you have $10,000 in your trading account and you decide to trade 10 mini USD/JPY lots. Each move of one pip in a mini account is worth approximately $1, but when trading 10 minis, each pip move is worth approximately $10. If you are trading 100 minis, then each pip move is worth about $100.

Thus, a stop-loss of 30 pips could represent a potential loss of $30 for a single mini lot, $300 for 10 mini lots and $3,000 for 100 mini lots. Therefore, with a $10,000 account and a 3% maximum risk per trade, you should leverage only up to 30 mini lots even though you may have the ability to trade more.

Leverage in Forex Trading
In the foreign exchange markets, leverage is commonly as high as 100:1. This means that for every $1,000 in your account, you can trade up to $100,000 in value. Many traders believe the reason that forex market makers offer such high leverage is that leverage is a function of risk. They know that if the account is properly managed, the risk will also be very manageable, or else they would not offer the leverage. Also, because the spot cash forex markets are so large and liquid, the ability to enter and exit a trade at the desired level is much easier than in other less liquid markets.

In trading, we monitor the currency movements in pips, which is the smallest change in currency price and depends on the currency pair. These movements are really just fractions of a cent. For example, when a currency pair like the GBP/USD moves 100 pips from 1.9500 to 1.9600—that is, just a 1 cent move of the exchange rate.

This is why currency transactions must be carried out in sizable amounts, allowing these minute price movements to be translated into larger profits when magnified through the use of leverage. When you deal with an amount such as $100,000, small changes in the price of the currency can result in significant profits or losses.

Risk of Excessive Real Leverage in Forex Trading
This is where the double-edged sword comes in, as real leverage has the potential to enlarge your profits or losses by the same magnitude. The greater the amount of leverage on the capital you apply, the higher the risk that you will assume. Note that this risk is not necessarily related to margin-based leverage although it can influence if a trader is not careful.

Let's illustrate this point with an example. Both Trader A and Trader B have a trading capital of US$10,000, and they trade with a broker that requires a 1% margin deposit. After doing some analysis, both of them agree that USD/JPY is hitting a top and should fall in value. Therefore, both of them short the USD/JPY at 120.

Trader A chooses to apply 50 times real leverage on this trade by shorting US$500,000 worth of USD/JPY (50 x $10,000) based on their $10,000 trading capital. Because USD/JPY stands at 120, one pip of USD/JPY for one standard lot is worth approximately US$8.30, so one pip of USD/JPY for five standard lots is worth approximately US$41.50. If USD/JPY rises to 121, Trader A will lose 100 pips on this trade, which is equivalent to a loss of US$4,150. This single loss will represent a whopping 41.5% of their total trading capital.

Trader B is a more careful trader and decides to apply five times real leverage on this trade by shorting US$50,000 worth of USD/JPY (5 x $10,000) based on their $10,000 trading capital. That $50,000 worth of USD/JPY equals to just one-half of one standard lot. If USD/JPY rises to 121, Trader B will lose 100 pips on this trade, which is equivalent to a loss of $415. This single loss represents 4.15% of their total trading capital.

This table shows how the trading accounts of these two traders compare after the 100-pip loss:

                                           Trader A                   Trader B

Trading Capital                          $10,000                   $10,000
Real Leverage Used                   50 times                   5 times
Total Value of Transaction           $500,000                   $50,000
In the Case of a 100-Pip Loss   -$4,150                   -$415
% Loss of Trading Capital           41.5%                    4.15%
% of Trading Capital Remaining   58.5%                   95.8%

*All figures in U.S. dollars

The Bottom Line
There's no need to be afraid of leverage once you have learned how to manage it. The only time leverage should never be used is if you take a hands-off approach to your trades. Otherwise, leverage can be used successfully and profitably with proper management. Like any sharp instrument, leverage must be handled carefully—once you learn to do this, you have no reason to worry.

Smaller amounts of real leverage applied to each trade affords more breathing room by setting a wider but reasonable stop and avoiding a higher loss of capital. A highly leveraged trade can quickly deplete your trading account if it goes against you, as you will rack up greater losses due to the bigger lot sizes. Keep in mind that leverage is totally flexible and customizable to each trader's needs.

source: https://www.investopedia.com/articles/forex/07/forex_leverage.asp

Mql4 & ex4 / Hyperboloid Multi v9.5
« on: April 04, 2020, 12:37:10 am »

« on: April 02, 2020, 12:55:46 pm »
How to find a reliable ECN/STP broker?
It is important to understand that most retail forex brokers are market makers. While the ECN model is profitable for the broker on both winning and losing traders, it also carries additional costs and generates less profits from losing traders. The broker must run a very powerful computer network with high speed connections and maintain a good relationship with several liquidity providers in order to be part of a good ECN with low spreads and fast execution. In addition to that, the broker's markup or commission is only a part of the total spread because the liquidity provider has its own spreads. If a trader loses all his money by paying spreads (assuming he doesn't win or lose a single pip during his trading sessions until he goes bust), a market maker would take all the trader's money. In contrast, a STP broker will win only a part of it, while the liquidity providers will earn the rest.

Considering the above, it is no wonder why most brokers prefer to operate only as market makers and sometimes hedge the trades of very profitable traders. The costs associated with direct market access are also the reason why micro and mini accounts are always provided in a market-making environment where the broker will always be your final counterparty.

Fortunately, the best forex brokers know there is also a very lucrative market for high rollers who trade very high volumes and can generate very good profits under an ECN/STP system. Such traders are also very risky to trade against, so the ECN model is in the broker's advantage because it is risk free. This is why some brokers are giving direct market access to the traders that choose to open the standard or VIP accounts.

The DMA accounts will always have fractional pips (the spread can be 2.7 pips for example) and will never have fixed spreads. Real market conditions where liquidity providers compete against each other to offer better spreads will always result in variable spreads that tend to be lower when there is little volatility and will increase in time of high volatility such as during news. The size of one lot for the EUR/USD pair will always be 100,000. Mini lots and micro lots are never used by liquidity providers.

I will list a broker that offer very competitive ECN accounts for big traders. They are the one I consider to be the best choice available right now.

ECN account type was created for professional traders, who require best possible trading conditions of all that are available. The main differences between advanced ECN accounts and standard ones are tight spreads, from 0 pips, and the commission for performed transactions, which depends on their volume. Several types of assets are available for trading on ECN accounts, such as currency pairs, cryptocurrencies, metals, and other instruments popular with traders.

You can trade with the high speed of order execution through MetaTrader 4/5 and cTrader platforms. Extensive information about all types of ECN accounts can be found in "Trading accounts" section. In addition to that, a detailed description of a special account type for premium clients is available on "Prime accounts" page


Education / The World's Best Forex Traders
« on: March 26, 2020, 06:34:36 am »
Whether you are completely new to trading Forex, or a seasoned trader on the currency markets, you are likely to share one key aspiration: becoming successful in the Forex markets. This article will delve into the stories of the famous professional FX traders who became highly successful, and it will also provide you with tips on how to become successful yourself!

How Do I Become More Successful at Trading?
One way to improve is to learn by example, and a good starting point is to find out who is the greatest forex trader in the world. But who is the best Forex trader? And how did they become successful? In this article, you'll learn about what the most successful currency traders have in common, and how those strengths helped them to achieve huge profits.

While you may have heard statistics thrown around suggesting that the ratio of the richest Forex traders to unsuccessful ones is small, there are at least a couple of reasons to be skeptical about such claims. Firstly, hard data is difficult to come by on the subject because of the decentralized, over-the-counter nature of the Forex market. But there is plenty of educational material and working Forex trading strategies available online to help you to improve your trading performance.

Secondly, we would expect the distribution of successful traders and unsuccessful traders to follow something of a bell curve, meaning that there would be:

very few significantly unsuccessful forex traders
a great number of small unsuccessful traders
a great number of small winners; and
very few large winners
The data that is available from Forex and CFD firms (albeit a very small slice of the vast global FX market) suggests that it's rare for people to become hugely successful traders. Most people stop once they start losing beyond a certain threshold, whereas the big winners continue trading. The number of unsuccessful traders slightly outweighs the number of small winners, mainly because of the effect of market spread. So the percentage of successful Forex traders is not substantially smaller than the unsuccessful ones.

There is little doubt that the most successful traders are an elite few. However, by looking at a select group of famous traders we can see that they have a few things in common:

Discipline—the ability to recognise when a trade is wrong and therefore minimise losses
Risk control—having a strong understanding of a trade's risk/reward (You can read more about this in our risk management guide)
Courage—the willingness to be different from the rest of the crowd, most of the time
Astuteness—judging how perceptions are shaping market trends
The upshot of these characteristics has largely been consistent and large profits. So without further ado, let's find out which professional traders exhibit these characteristics and more, with our list of successful Forex traders from all around the world!

The World's Best Forex Traders
George Soros
Let's begin our review of some of the best Forex success stories by looking at one of the industry's legendary beacons of good fortune, George Soros. If we were to ask, "Who is the greatest forex trader? " Soros' name would certainly always figure high on any list. Mr Soros is known as one of the greatest investors in history. He sealed his reputation as a legendary money manager by reportedly profiting more than £1 billion from his short position in pound sterling. He famously did so ahead of Black Wednesday, 16 September 1992.

At the time, Britain was a part of the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM). This mechanism required the government to intervene if the pound weakened beyond a certain level against the Deutsche Mark. Soros successfully predicted that a combination of circumstances—including the then high level of British interest rates, and the unfavourable rate at which Britain had joined the ERM—had left the Bank of England (BoE) vulnerable.

Britain's commitment to maintaining the pound's value against the Deutsche Mark involved intervention in the form of either buying sterling or raising interest rates when the pound weakened, or both. The recession meant that higher interest rates were detrimental to the rest of the economy. This hindered investment at a time when encouragement was needed instead. Economists at the BoE recognised that the appropriate level of interest rates were far lower than those required to prop up the pound as part of the ERM.

But the value of sterling was maintained because of the UK's public commitment to buying sterling.

In the weeks leading up to Black Wednesday, Soros used his Quantum Fund to build a large position short of sterling. But on the eve of Black Wednesday, comments came from the President of the German Bundesbank. These comments suggested certain currencies could come under pressure.

Trade With Admiral Markets

Did you know that you can trade Forex, Stocks, ETFs & CFDs on indices, precious metals, cryptocurrencies, bonds, and more with Admiral Markets? That's right! Trade over 3,000 markets, with the latest market news and analysis provided by Dow Jones & Trading Central, and much more! Click the banner below to open your live trading account today!

And this led Soros to increase his position considerably. When the BoE began buying billions of pounds on that Wednesday morning, it was found that the price of the pound had hardly moved. This was due to the flood of selling in the market from other speculators following Soros' lead.

A last ditch attempt to hike UK rates that had briefly hit 15% proved futile. When the UK announced its exit from the ERM, and a resumption of a free-floating pound, the currency plunged 15% against the Deutsche Mark, and 25% against the US dollar. As a result, the Quantum Fund made billions of dollars and Soros became known as the man who broke the Bank of England. His feat can easily be featured in the list of the greatest forex traders to follow.

Want to know the best part?

Although Soros' short position in the pound was huge, his downside was always relatively restricted. Leading up to his trade, the market had shown no appetite for sterling strength. This was demonstrated by the repeated need for the British government to intervene in propping up the pound. Even if his trade had gone wrong, and Britain had managed to stay in the ERM, the state of inertia would have more likely prevailed, and have led to a large appreciation in the pound.

Here we see Soros' strong appreciation of risk/reward - one of the facets that helped carve his reputation as arguably, the best Forex trader in the world. Rather than subscribing to the traditional economic theory that prices will eventually move to a theoretical equilibrium, Soros deemed the theory of reflexivity to be more helpful in judging the financial markets.

This theory suggests there is a feedback mechanism between perception and events. In other words, the perceptions of market participants help to shape market prices, which in turn reinforce perceptions. This was played out in his famous sterling short, where the devaluation of the pound only occurred when enough speculators believed the BoE could no longer defend its currency.

He once told the Wall Street Journal "I'm only rich because I know when I'm wrong". This quote demonstrates both his willingness to cut a trade that is not working, and the high level of discipline that is shared by the most successful Forex traders. So George Soros is number 1 on our list as probably one of the best known 'world's most successful Forex traders', and certainly one of the globe's highest earners from a short term trade.

Stanley Druckenmiller
George Soros casts a long shadow. and it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that this successful Forex trader has ties to the next trader on our list. Stanley Druckenmiller considers George Soros his mentor. In fact, Mr. Druckenmiller worked alongside him at the Quantum Fund for more than a decade. But Druckenmiller has established a formidable reputation in his own right, successfully managing billions of dollars for his own fund, Duquesne Capital. He can easily be considered as one of the best day traders in the world.

As well as being part of Soros' famous Black Wednesday trade, Mr Druckenmiller boasted an incredible record of successive years of double-digit gains with Duquesne, before his eventual retirement. Druckenmiller's net worth is valued at more than $2 billion. Druckenmiller says that his trading philosophy for building long-term returns revolves around preserving capital, and then aggressively pursuing profits when trades are going well. This approach downplays the importance of being right or wrong.

Instead, it emphasizes the value of maximizing the opportunity when you are right and minimizing the damage when you are wrong. As Druckenmiller stated when interviewed for the celebrated book 'The New Market Wizards', "there are a lot of shoes on the shelf; wear only the ones that fit."

Bill Lipschutz
Oddly enough, Bill Lipschutz made profits of hundreds of millions of dollars at the FX department of Salomon Brothers in the 1980s - despite no previous experience of the currency markets. Often called the Sultan of Currencies, Mr Lipschutz describes FX as a very psychological market. And like our other successful Forex traders, the Sultan believes market perceptions help determine price action as much as pure fundamentals.

Lipschutz also agrees with Stanley Druckenmiller's view that when you are considering how to be a successful trader in Forex, it is not dependant on being right, and it is more often that you are wrong. Instead, he stresses that you need to work out how to make money when being right only 20 to 30 percent of the time.

Here's some of Lipschutz other key tenets.

Any trading idea needs to be well reasoned before you place the trade
Build a position as the market goes your way and exit the same way
Start to ease up once there are signs that the fundamentals and the price action are beginning to change
There is a need to be aware of the market's focus
FX is a 24-hour market, and doesn't stop moving when you go to bed
Lipschutz also stresses the need to manage risk, saying that your trading size should be chosen to avoid being forced out of your position, if your timing is inexact.

Honourable Mentions
Andrew Kreiger
A list of the best forex traders in the world is incomplete without the mention of Andrew Kreiger. A graduate from the Wharton School of Business, Kreiger joined the Bankers Trust in 1986, after a stint at Salomon Brothers. He was considered one of the most aggressive and famous traders of that time, impressing the top management so much that they granted him a trading limit of $700 million, against the normal limit of $50 million.

In the aftermath of the October 1987 crash, where most markets went spiraling downwards by at least 20%, Kreiger identified the New Zealand dollar to be highly overvalued. He went short on the currency at a leverage of 400:1; exceeding the actual circulating liquidity of the currency. Within a few hours the currency moved 5% against the US dollar, Kreiger ended up making $300 million for his company. Interestingly, he went on to work with George Soros in the future.

Paul Tudor Jones
Easily one of the best forex traders ever is Paul Tudor Jones, who also shorted the October 1987 market crash. He is one of the richest day traders alive today, with a net worth at $4.5 billion as of 2018. Born in 1954, Jones earned a degree in Economics from the University of Virginia, in 1976. He actually started his career as a clerk on the trading floor.

Turning down an opportunity to go to Harvard Business School, Tudor Jones went on to work as a commodities trader in the NYSE. He established his own firm, Tudor Investment Corporation. In October 1987, when the markets were crashing, he managed to make a profit of 62%, just by holding short positions. He went on to earn $100 million that year for his company. Tudor Jones went on to take his firm to new heights. From 1992 to 1995, he was the Chairman of the NYSE.

Michael Marcus
Michael Marcus is amongst the best professional FX traders in the world. He is the founding member of the Commodities Corporation Company. Trained by none other than Ed Seykota, Marcus would later go on to mentor another great trader, Bruce Kovner. During the Ronald Reagan era of presidency, Marcus held positions of almost US$300 million in German marks. It can be said that along with banks, he was the largest currency trader in German marks at that time.

How Successful is a Successful Forex Trader?
We've looked at the biggest Forex successful traders, and there are certainly many more successful forex traders to follow But remember, while there might be many professional fx traders out there trading with seemingly foolproof trading strategies, different techniques work for different people. Joining the list of traders who are able to consistently turn a profit each month trading FX is certainly an achievable goal. But you need to develop your own forex trading plan first.

So What's the Bottom Line?
Well, even the most successful trader had to begin somewhere and if you can regularly generate profits - you can consider yourself a successful Forex trader. Hopefully this article has given you some insights into traits shared by the most successful Forex traders. If you would like to learn more about forex trading and potentially join the growing list of Forex masters in the future, we recommend you to check out our guide on How to Become a Successful Forex Trader, which provides the basics of forex trading, together with, some professional tips and ideas for trading strategies.

source: https://admiralmarkets.com/education/articles/trading-psychology/top-three-most-successful-forex-traders-ever

Roboforex / RAMM Account
« on: March 26, 2020, 01:24:52 am »
RAMM (Risk Allocation & Money Management) is a secure investment service that allows to get profit on financial markets by following trading strategies of experienced traders.

The main priorities of RAMM are:

reliability and usability,
protection of capital from sudden and unpredictable losses,
high accuracy of copying of trading strategies,
fair and transparent fees.
The service is suitable for experienced investors as well as for those just starting their acquaintance with financial markets. No special knowledge is required to use the service — RAMM will protect you from complexity of the finance world, leaving only the most important for your attention.

For experienced traders RAMM offers possibility to receive fee for sharing their strategies to investors all over the world.

Absolute accuracy of copying independently on the investment amount
All strategies in RAMM are copied with exactly and accurately to accounts of investors, independently on the investment amounts. You always get the same yield as you see in a strategy’s statistics. High accuracy is achieved by:

aggregation of orders coming from the trader’s and the investors’ accounts, leading to the simultaneous execution by the same prices for the trader and all their investors;
high precision of calculation of trading volumes required for investors in accordance with parameters of their investment.
Protection of capital
Special attention is paid to the capital protection in RAMM:

All invested money are kept on your personal account, and no one except you can withdraw them. All trading activity on your account is under your full control.
Each strategy in RAMM is protected from unexpected losses. The “Capital protection” attribute of a strategy shows the percent of invested capital that cannot be lost during one week.

For example, capital protection equal to 80% means that once the strategy loses 20% of funds during less than a week, all its positions will be automatically closed and the trader won’t be able to open new positions until the new week.

The protection of capital limits the risks, but not the yield. You can get a return that exceeds your risk by several times. Therefore, RAMM adheres to the well-known rule of invesing: “Risk less to get more!”.
For additional protection all positions in RAMM are automatically closed at the end of the week. This helps to avoid loss of major part of capital due to price gaps on market opening. You can feel safe about your investments and can redistribute your funds between different strategies without any obstacles on weekends.
Pay for real results
When investing in strategies in RAMM, you pay fee to the trader, owner of the strategy. You pay only when you get net profit. All strategy statistics and charts already include the fee.

Additionally, traders can set up turnover-based fee for their strategies, that will be paid at the moment of copying a trade.

The fee structure of a particular strategy is given on its Strategy Details page.

Instant withdrawal of invested money
In RAMM you can stop your investment and withdraw your money instantly at any moment. All positions that are currently open in your investment will be closed by current market prices. Closing of a single investment doesn’t anyhow affect the results of other investors in the same strategy.


Mql4 & ex4 / Advanced Download Section in menu Above ^
« on: March 26, 2020, 12:39:45 am »
There is an advanced download section in the menu next to members where you can sort the files by views, downloads, ratings ect.. to help you find what you are looking for... or stumble upon something new

Mql4 & ex4 / Earning_Machine_Long-Buy_v_5.1_20019702(Bullforyou.com)
« on: March 26, 2020, 12:32:21 am »



Mql4 & ex4 / EA_Pending_Order
« on: March 26, 2020, 12:31:17 am »

Mql4 & ex4 / EA The Mcdee Hedge v5.3
« on: March 26, 2020, 12:30:27 am »

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 7