The old mans trades

Sep 30, 2012
I've been trading forex for quite a few years now. I personally have never been able to scalp small trades. I've always used long term trades. But now I want to try my trading style on scalping. I don't know if it will be successful or not, so I'm going to keep a trading journal. I'll keep my trading journal online, since if I did it privately, I probably would neglect it. I'm using a couple of forums for now until I see which one I enjoy most.

I trade mostly in the euro/U.S. session. I scan many pairs for trades I like. I'll post them here and see how my profits/losses go. Hopefully I will be a successful scalper.


Master Trader
Apr 17, 2013
The reality is that scalping isn't the old man's trading style: it's the young man's trading style. The more experience you gain, the higher your time frame, and the more you tend to let your profits run longer.

Lisa Anwood

Dec 10, 2015
When it comes to scalping, I found that manual scalping is too difficult and therefore, only trade using a scalping robot.

Generates multiple profits daily and trades many smaller sizes. It returns roughly 45% a month without too much effort.

The worst thing I found about scalping is choosing the best broker for scalping. After months of research and testing market makers (most bigger brokers) are a MASSIVE no go - they restrict, manipulate and a scalpers life a misery! Don't waste your time.

My research led me to a true STP broker (this is the only option BTW) that offers a scalper account with raw spreads, low commission and more importantly excellent order execution for my EA to kick butt...

Also, profits are processed within a few hours, there are none of these delaying tactics that you come to expect with a market maker. Check out Yadix if you scalp, I hope that you'll be as satisfied as me.

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