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About ScaryNightElf

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  1. When there was inflation in Serbia, many people bought huge houses by selling currencies that were higher than the current price and buying currencies that were lower than the current price. Their money grows. There is only one way to profit, and that is to buy low and sell high, which is what the broker does to all "traders": he sells you high and buys from you low, so the only way to profit (regardless of price) on forex is to OPEN BROKERAGE. There is no need to process orders to banks, and math says that "traders" can only profit in the long run if they buy low and sell high.
  2. Hello there, pal. I'm interested in this topic, and I'm currently practicing with actions in the NY opening while following the trend with renko candles. If you don't mind, I'll post my practice results in this thread. Greetings


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