Forex Trader | Introducer Broker
Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I’m a forex trader with an achievement of doubling up my account in just 2 weeks. Let me share my experience and knowledge in this field to you. So hurry up, don’t miss the chance!

Also, anyone who interested in becoming an introducer broker can hit me up as well. We can work it out together!

Team, is utmost important for you to do trading! If you trade without a team support, without guidance, you will eventually find that trading is difficult and even impossible to gain profit. Fortunately, you find me! YES, I have my team, I have supports, I have guidance! Everything you need is well prepared and arranged. We do provide daily signals and tips to you and you will find that trading is not merely gaining profit, it’s about teamwork, it’s about attitude, it’s about mindset, and it’s about friendship as well.

Do not hesitate to contact me, I am friendly and helpful! You all are welcomed!

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Ng Ke Ning on Did you know?Forex Trader | Introducer Broker
Fun facts about forex industry 1. Not many people are aware that forex trading dates back to ancient times. The first currency transaction can be traced back to the Talmudic writings. Money changers were people who used to help others change their currency, while taking a commission for their services. 2. Did you know that the GBP/USD currency pair is known as the Cable in the forex market? Amused? The reason why the pair is called the Cable is that before the advent of satellites and fibre optics, the London and New York Stock Exchanges were connected via a giant steel cable that ran under the Atlantic. 3. Another interesting fact about forex is the way the traders are categorised. Traders are categorised into bulls – or those who are optimistic and believe the market will go up – and bears – the downbeat ones, expecting the markets to fall. The names are derived from the fact that a bull strikes upwards and a bear swipes downwards. 4. Nearly 90% of forex trading is speculative trading. 5. I am sure most people think that the US is the center of forex trading, since maximum transactions involve the US dollar. That is not true. In reality, 41% of all forex transactions occur in the UK, with only 19% taking place in the US. So, the London Stock Exchange is the trading hub for forex deals.
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Ng Ke Ning on Don’t give upForex Trader | Introducer Broker
Never doubt yourself When facing huge losses, it’s only natural to feel a sense of doubt. But just remember those successful traders that you emulate and follow today. For sure, they had their fair share of setbacks early in their careers. They didn’t back down and give in into their doubts. Patience and consistency are the keys to success in trading. Stay focused on your trading strategy, find the right trading platform and financial instrument. If you stop early, you will deprive yourself of the invaluable learning you should be getting along the way. You can’t learn the ropes of trading overnight; it takes an awful lot of time. Be patient and consistent in learning the ins and outs of trading – from basic education up to the creation of your own trading techniques.
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Ng Ke Ning on Forex trading is not gamblingForex Trader | Introducer Broker
Is Forex essentially gambling? In my opinion, Forex is NOT exactly gambling because there is a lot of difference between Forex and gambling. 1. In Forex, you can make a lot of predictions based on the news and the past history, but you can’t even do that in gambling. 2. I haven’t seen anyone make a living from gambling but I do see people make a living consistently from trading Forex. But nowadays people especially the elderly treat Forex as gambling and trade without a plan. It is their fault. This is because trading is not merely about sell or buy, it requires a lot of training, discipline, patience, and experiences as well.
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Ng Ke Ning on Does forex broker really matter?Forex Trader | Introducer Broker
How to choose the right broker for yourself There are several qualities you should look for before finding yourself the correct forex broker. 1. Security The most important thing for a good broker is that they MUST have a high level of security. They must be trustworthy and reliable. Also, they must be a member of the regulatory bodies such as FCA, PRA, ASIC, CFTC and so on. 2. Transaction Costs Make sure you know if you need tight spreads for your type of trading, and then review your available options. It’s all about finding the correct balance between security and low transaction costs. 3. Deposit and Withdrawal Good forex brokers will allow you to deposit funds and withdraw your earnings hassle-free. Your broker only holds your money to make trading easier so there is no reason for you to have a hard time getting the profits you have earned. Your broker should make sure that the withdrawal process is speedy and smooth. 4. Trading platform When looking for a broker, always check what its trading platform has to offer. Does it offer free news feed? How about easy-to-use technical and charting tools? Does it present you with all the information you will need to trade properly? 5. Execution It is mandatory that your broker fills you at the best possible price for your orders. Under normal market conditions (e.g. normal liquidity, no important news releases or surprise events), there really is no reason for your broker to not fill you at, or very close to, the market price you see when you click the “buy” or “sell” button. For example, assuming you have a stable internet connection, if you click “buy” EUR/USD for 1.3000, you should get filled at that price or within micro-pips of it. The speed at which your orders get filled is very important, especially if you’re a scalper. 6. Customer Service Brokers aren’t perfect, and therefore you must pick a broker that you could easily contact when problems arise.
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Ng Ke Ning on Know your strengthForex Trader | Introducer Broker
Three ways to identify your trading strengths: 1. Review your trading journals Review your trading logs and pinpoint those instances where you think you performed well. Identify your top ten most profitable trades and take note of the following: Which pairs did you trade? Did you stick to your trading plan? Did you base them solely on technicals, fundamentals, or were they a combination of both? How long did you hold on to your trades? 2. List down your strengths as a trader Try to identify your top five: creativity, curiosity, open-mindedness, love of learning, wisdom, bravery, persistence, integrity, vitality, love, kindness, social intelligence, citizenship, fairness, leadership, forgiveness, modesty, prudence, self-control, appreciation of beauty, gratitude, optimism, humor, spirituality. Done? Now what I want you to do is think of SPECIFIC ways how you could utilize them in your daily trading. For example, I ranked the persistency of learning as my biggest strength. I think I can utilize this more by studying different systems and by reading more books on forex trading. 3. Ask for other people’s opinions Although self-reflection is helpful, we may overlook a few traits that other people can easily identify in us. So take the time to ask for outside opinion. It is important that you compile their input and compare them to your own list. You might be surprised to see how other people perceive you.
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