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RobinhoodYachtClub

A subreddit dedicated to the amateur investor; too broke for Wall Street or trading commissions. A community where new and experienced traders alike can learn, discuss, and share information regarding all aspects of the stock market including stocks, options, futures, and forex. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re already an experienced trader, we share a common dream. What are you gonna name YOUR yacht?
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Is Trading212 a good app/platform for trading forex and stocks?

I started out my demo account with them a couple weeks ago and I am loving the ease and simplicity of it. However i recently learned it has a bad rep in some places online, despite it having a high rating on the play store. Also it doesn't cost anything to trade on it.
The main complaint i was hearing was that they would freeze trading on certain tickers or what have you due to some reason and people assumed it was because they were taking their money... Not exact words but something to that effect.
Can anyone weigh in on this?
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Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

Hello, the reason I'm opening this discussion is that for a while I've been thinking about building forex/stock trading automation system(something like a bot but in a more sophisticated way). I have a decent python experience with over 1 year of hands-on deep learning and general purpose projects so it is valid to say I'm quite experienced with tensorflow 2.x, keras, numpy, pandas, matplotlib and most of standard python libraries. I'm currently learning c++ for performance needs that cannot be met with python alone. I've been intending to use my background to create a trading system I have not thought of specifics but my general overview of a problem solution might be to create a combination of deep learning models and maybe some reinforcement learning techniques as well(which something I'm currently learning). The question is do you think of a criteria to get best outcomes in terms of prediction accuracy and be able to deliver something that might turn profitable at some point? I have not started working on the project yet but when I read about the topic in kaggle and general machine learning forums, the idea of forex bots/ auto-trading systems is sometimes met with skepticism: some argue it's nearly impossible to create something useful and some others claim that they were successful to create deep learning models (my best guess is RNN/LSTM architectures) with variable accuracy(60-90%). I don't think experimentation will hurt, I mean I can start working something out and figure out the best results for myself but I thought it's a good idea to ask for guidance from those who have similabetter background/experience as/than myself as well as others who might have tried already and hear the feedback first. What do you think?
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Are the type of technical analysis used in crypto market’s charts same as Forex and Stocks markets?

There are different types of technical analysis and I’m totally new to this field. I haven’t been in any market before. I want to learn how to do different types of technical analysis. Do you think a course teaching technical analysis for Forex would be useful for charts in Crypto market?
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5 Differences Between Forex and Stock Trading

If you're entering Forex trading with a background in equities, it's important to recognize these differences. The reason: Due to these differences, the trading styles for stocks and foreign currency are very different. Here's a quick look at some of these major differences:
  1. Volume
The Foreign Exchange market is the largest in the world, and it's estimated as much as $4 trillion changes hands each day. It's an entirely global marketplace too. There are traders and investors taking part in the market all over the world. This is different than stock markets - which are limited by market volume, the country of origin and market activity.
  1. Trends
The stock markets are prone to hitting down periods, and this can be detrimental to traders. Shrinking volumes and a decline in activity can make it much more difficult to open or close a trade. With Forex, traders can profit in up and down markets, because of the massive liquidity and huge volume of market participants.
  1. Concentration
The Forex markets are primarily concentrated on 8 currency pairs - four major pairs, as well as the commodity pairs. Many traders focus their efforts on these currency pairs, often concentrating on just a couple. This greatly reduces the amount of time that needs to be spent on analysis. The stock market, though, is made up of 1000s of stocks. It's more difficult for traders to locate fast-moving stocks, research all the options available to them, and determine trading positions because there are so many more stocks to look at.
  1. Leverage
Another difference: Leverage is much higher in Forex trading due to the high liquidity in the markets. That means margin-trading is more possible. For example, in stock markets, leverage is typically about 2:1. That means a trader must put up at least 50 percent of the trade amount to enter a position. In Forex, leverage can be 50:1 up to 500:1, meaning the trader can make larger trades with fewer funds in their margin account.
  1. Timing
Finally, the Foreign Exchange market is a truly global marketplace. It's open 24 hours a day and it moves in cycles based on the market opens in different regions. What's more: It is an over-the-counter market, which means that it takes place between brokerages, traders and investment banks. Stock markets though are open for set hours and they are carried out in specific locations like the New York Stock Exchange.
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Differences in Technical Indicators Between Forex and Stocks?

As I am learning more about technical indicators, I came across many tutorials that were focused on forex rather than stocks.
Are there big differences in the usage of these indicators between the two? Am I still able to learn from these forex videos and apply the teachings to stocks?
Thanks in advance!
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Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

Hello, the reason I'm opening this discussion is that for a while I've been thinking about building forex/stock trading automation system(something like a bot but in a more sophisticated way). I have a decent python experience with over 1 year of hands-on deep learning and general purpose projects so it is valid to say I'm quite experienced with tensorflow 2.x, keras, numpy, pandas, matplotlib and most of standard python libraries. I'm currently learning c++ for performance needs that cannot be met with python alone. I've been intending to use my background to create a trading system I have not thought of specifics but my general overview of a problem solution might be to create a combination of deep learning models and maybe some reinforcement learning techniques as well(which something I'm currently learning). The question is do you think of a criteria to get best outcomes in terms of prediction accuracy and be able to deliver something that might turn profitable at some point? I have not started working on the project yet but when I read about the topic in kaggle and general machine learning forums, the idea of forex bots/ auto-trading systems is sometimes met with skepticism: some argue it's nearly impossible to create something useful and some others claim that they were successful to create deep learning models (my best guess is RNN/LSTM architectures) with variable accuracy(60-90%). I don't think experimentation will hurt, I mean I can start working something out and figure out the best results for myself but I thought it's a good idea to ask for guidance from those who have similabetter background/experience as/than myself as well as others who might have tried already and hear the feedback first. What do you think?
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What are your thoughts on trading both forex and stocks?

Currently I’m starting to trade forex, and once I generate enough capital I want to trade stocks as well. Is this a good idea or should I focus on only one? I feel like my income would increase drastically if I could trade both successfully, but would this be difficult to balance? Has anyone here had any success trading both?
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Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

Hello, the reason I'm opening this discussion is that for a while I've been thinking about building forex/stock trading automation system(something like a bot but in a more sophisticated way). I have a decent python experience with over 1 year of hands-on deep learning and general purpose projects so it is valid to say I'm quite experienced with tensorflow 2.x, keras, numpy, pandas, matplotlib and most of standard python libraries. I'm currently learning c++ for performance needs that cannot be met with python alone. I've been intending to use my background to create a trading system I have not thought of specifics but my general overview of a problem solution might be to create a combination of deep learning models and maybe some reinforcement learning techniques as well(which something I'm currently learning). The question is do you think of a criteria to get best outcomes in terms of prediction accuracy and be able to deliver something that might turn profitable at some point? I have not started working on the project yet but when I read about the topic in kaggle and general machine learning forums, the idea of forex bots/ auto-trading systems is sometimes met with skepticism: some argue it's nearly impossible to create something useful and some others claim that they were successful to create deep learning models (my best guess is RNN/LSTM architectures) with variable accuracy(60-90%). I don't think experimentation will hurt, I mean I can start working something out and figure out the best results for myself but I thought it's a good idea to ask for guidance from those who have similabetter background/experience as/than myself as well as others who might have tried already and hear the feedback first. What do you think?
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Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

Hello, the reason I'm opening this discussion is that for a while I've been thinking about building forex/stock trading automation system(something like a bot but in a more sophisticated way). I have a decent python experience with over 1 year of hands-on deep learning and general purpose projects so it is valid to say I'm quite experienced with tensorflow 2.x, keras, numpy, pandas, matplotlib and most of standard python libraries. I'm currently learning c++ for performance needs that cannot be met with python alone. I've been intending to use my background to create a trading system I have not thought of specifics but my general overview of a problem solution might be to create a combination of deep learning models and maybe some reinforcement learning techniques as well(which something I'm currently learning). The question is do you think of a criteria to get best outcomes in terms of prediction accuracy and be able to deliver something that might turn profitable at some point? I have not started working on the project yet but when I read about the topic in kaggle and general machine learning forums, the idea of forex bots/ auto-trading systems is sometimes met with skepticism: some argue it's nearly impossible to create something useful and some others claim that they were successful to create deep learning models (my best guess is RNN/LSTM architectures) with variable accuracy(60-90%). I don't think experimentation will hurt, I mean I can start working something out and figure out the best results for myself but I thought it's a good idea to ask for guidance from those who have similabetter background/experience as/than myself as well as others who might have tried already and hear the feedback first. What do you think?
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Power Price Action Strategy in Forex and Stock Market (PROFIT IN BULL AND BEAR MARKETS)

Power Price Action Strategy in Forex and Stock Market (PROFIT IN BULL AND BEAR MARKETS) submitted by thenofapboss to tradewithvigor [link] [comments]

Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

Hello, the reason I'm opening this discussion is that for a while I've been thinking about building forex/stock trading automation system(something like a bot but in a more sophisticated way). I have a decent python experience with over 1 year of hands-on deep learning and general purpose projects so it is valid to say I'm quite experienced with tensorflow 2.x, keras, numpy, pandas, matplotlib and most of standard python libraries. I'm currently learning c++ for performance needs that cannot be met with python alone. I've been intending to use my background to create a trading system I have not thought of specifics but my general overview of a problem solution might be to create a combination of deep learning models and maybe some reinforcement learning techniques as well(which something I'm currently learning). The question is do you think of a criteria to get best outcomes in terms of prediction accuracy and be able to deliver something that might turn profitable at some point? I have not started working on the project yet but when I read about the topic in kaggle and general machine learning forums, the idea of forex bots/ auto-trading systems is sometimes met with skepticism: some argue it's nearly impossible to create something useful and some others claim that they were successful to create deep learning models (my best guess is RNN/LSTM architectures) with variable accuracy(60-90%). I don't think experimentation will hurt, I mean I can start working something out and figure out the best results for myself but I thought it's a good idea to ask for guidance from those who have similabetter background/experience as/than myself as well as others who might have tried already and hear the feedback first. What do you think?
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Forex and stock trading automation what do you think?

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What are your thoughts on trading both forex and stocks?

Currently I’m starting to trade forex, and once I generate enough capital I want to trade stocks as well. Is this a good idea or should I focus on only one? I feel like my income would increase drastically if I could trade both successfully, but would this be difficult to balance? Has anyone here had any success trading both?
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Learn Forex and stocks trading

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HOW TO TRADE FOREX AND STOCKS EASY WITH CEO CODES

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Forex and Stocks Trader

Is there any trader here who trades forex sbd stocks i wanna get started i want to know what platform they are using and which bank
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LVX is designed to be a universal asset currency on the platform as it can be used to trade all kinds of derivatives like crypto currencies, commodities, Forex and stocks.

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Hedge FOREX and STOCKS with OPTIONS TRADING| Put Options Explained 2019 | Part Two

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Hedge FOREX and STOCKS with OPTIONS TRADING| Put Options Explained 2019 | Part Two

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Hedge FOREX and STOCKS with OPTIONS TRADING| Put Options Explained 2019 | Part Two

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Hedge FOREX and STOCKS with OPTIONS TRADING| Put Options Explained 2019 | Part Two

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