Who’s online There are currently 11 users online. Submitted by Edward Revy on April 22, 2007 – 09:28. Forex Scalping can also be called a quick trading. It is a method where traders allow their positions to last only for a matter of forex trend scalper forum, to a full minute and rarely longer than that.
As a rule if a trader holds to a position for more than a minute or two it is considered no longer a scalping, but rather a regular trading. There wouldn’t be any point in scalping for many traders if they weren’t offered to trade with highly leveraged accounts. Only ability to operate with large funds of, actually, still virtual money, empowers traders to profit from even a 2-3 pip move. Now, you would probably ask what Forex brokers think about it, because if a scalper constantly wins, the broker would obviously sustain some losses. That is why the other popular discussion topic is always at scalpers’ attention: What Forex broker would allow you to scalp the market? But, even if a scalper stays in, there is another method to slow scalper’s performance down and it is to set delays between an initiation of the order and its actual filling.