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  1. Nexo is currently offering 12.5 percent on USDC and USDT. As you mentioned, 19.5 percent on UST even if you don't do anything else to increase the APY. That can easily be increased to 50% or higher.
  2. Yes, it is a technological concept. From novice to expert. Thank you for your contribution.
  3. Nothing is easy, including finding the right curriculum. However, I believe this is a good place to start. Nothing is easy, including finding the right curriculum. However, I believe this is a good place to start. Note: I did not begin this way, but I now will. I trade full-time and only trade, and I make a decent living doing so. I'd open a few demo accounts with different brokers and trade them as if my life depended on it. On each, trade the same pair. When it goes backwards, be concerned, just as you would if it were real. Compare and contrast the two brokers' results. Learn the tricks of the trade so you know what to expect. Because your price action is based on order flow and how the market fills orders, learn about order flow and how the market fills orders. There's a lot of information on the internet about this. Get a couple of good books like "beating the forex dealer" and "candlestick trading for forex" while you're doing that and in conjunction with your trading. Choose your trades based on the books, and figure out which parts of the books you'll use in live trading. Always remember to wait for the market to come to you rather than chasing it. You'll learn to recognize high-probability setups if you trade the sideways and trends. I'm not suggesting you trade a sideways market in real time, but it's good practice, and who knows, you might get quite good at it. Don't invest in an EA! You'll be wasting your time in class. If you don't hire a trade manager, you'll go insane. If the price action is making you nervous, keep an eye on the difference in session times and always close a trade 30 minutes before the London close. It's also not a good idea to start the Sydney session in the first hour. Consider what is driving the price action and continue to learn until you can consistently make a profit. I don't believe there is a quick fix, but I believe this approach will save you time and money. After about 3 or 4 months of consistent practice as you read, you should be able to make consistent profits. Requotes, slippage, and higher spikes will all be present in live trading, as opposed to a demo account. I'm not sure how you'll prepare for this, but if your trade manager is good, you should be able to get it to open the order for you, and you'll avoid a lot of requotes and be able to dial in the acceptable slippage. You'll be fine if you win 6 out of 10 trades and risk 20% of your expected profit. A good trader never considers himself or herself to be good enough, and they strive to improve every day. Good luck, and I hope this has been of assistance. I'd open a few demo accounts with different brokers and trade them as if my life depended on it. On each, trade the same pair. When it goes backwards, be concerned, just as you would if it were real. Compare and contrast the two brokers' results. Learn the tricks of the trade so you know what to expect. Because your price action is based on order flow and how the market fills orders, learn about order flow and how the market fills orders. There's a lot of information on the internet about this. Get a couple of good books like "beating the forex dealer" and "candlestick trading for forex" while you're doing that and in conjunction with your trading. Choose your trades based on the books, and figure out which parts of the books you'll use in live trading. Always remember to wait for the market to come to you rather than chasing it. You'll learn to recognize high-probability setups if you trade the sideways and trends. I'm not suggesting you trade a sideways market in real time, but it's good practice, and who knows, you might get quite good at it. Don't invest in an EA! You'll be wasting your time in class. If you don't hire a trade manager, you'll go insane. If the price action is making you nervous, keep an eye on the difference in session times and always close a trade 30 minutes before the London close. It's also not a good idea to start the Sydney session in the first hour. Consider what is driving the price action and continue to learn until you can consistently make a profit. I don't believe there is a quick fix, but I believe this approach will save you time and money. After about 3 or 4 months of consistent practice as you read, you should be able to make consistent profits. Requotes, slippage, and higher spikes will all be present in live trading, as opposed to a demo account. I'm not sure how you'll prepare for this, but if your trade manager is good, you should be able to get it to open the order for you, and you'll avoid a lot of requotes and be able to dial in the acceptable slippage. You'll be fine if you win 6 out of 10 trades and risk 20% of your expected profit. A good trader never considers himself or herself to be good enough, and they strive to improve every day. Good luck, and I hope this has been of assistance.
  4. My words to Hannah and Michael have sounded almost identical to one another. They simply erase the comments. Michael just posted a video in which he claimed to have reached a new level of consistency, however the only thing that appears to be consistent is the use of clean, simple workspaces. People need to grasp the extent to which the falcon has been marked with juice. His first marketing team conducted a tremendous amount of media work for him... You can go back and even look at their pages if you want... They made it appear as though they were trading strategies... When they were boosting their pages with those foolish risk reward gadgets, they were surprised when they realised that they'd left... But another thing that has changed is that they no longer display the content for falcon... Do you know anyone else who did the same thing? Who is Thomas Russell? You have no idea who he is, do you? You know why, don't you? Because this monkey has vanished from the face of the earth. He was the brainchild of IP's first subscription service, "active trader," and, like many others, he went on the run as soon as he got his hands on any lambo money. Every single one of them tells us the same untruth, "felt attracted towards beginning something new," but isn't it strange how when they were still employed by the previous company, they assured us that this would be a life-changing experience?
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