I'd run Windows XP SP3 on an Intel based PC with an AT&T or Verizon DSL or Fiber Optic line.
Anything else is just asking for problems in my...
I like this ETF based on the Jim Rogers commodity index.
Uptown is not all it's cracked up to be. It's nice to visit but hell would freeze over before I'd ever live there.
Plano is nice with lots of...
I'd say GFT or Oanda at the top with Gain below them.
Who do you typically recommend in terms of decent brokerages? (in FX)
Honestly I think they should've kept XP as a base.
Kinda like Apple did with OS 10 when it came out.
And release little upgrades here and...
The thing with Yahoo! is I don't think they ever got worse like MS did. I just see Google coming in a lot better and Yahoo! is having trouble...
Yeah it's very interesting.
These guys were on top of their game back in the Win9x days up until sometime after XP was launched.
I'm thinking the most liquid are EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD and USD/CHF in that order.
After that probably EUR/GBP, EUR/CHF and EUR/JPY.
Thanks for the reply Greg. I had them program my strategy and it all turned out well.
I think Asian currencies have the most to gain from USD over the next 10 years or so.
Actually some of the tightest spreads come from Oanda which is one of the big ones.
It's always the damned news traders that bitch anyway.
Nothing to see here.
I apologize for offending you guys. :D
What's that link mean in layman's terms.
Can someone tell me why XTO Energy options that expire in basically a week are selling for pissloads
Oanda gives you the price on their servers and not necessarily what you see in FXTrade.
We have a winner.
Also, CFTC and NFA watch the big boys like hawks and slap them down when there's a problem as they should.
Maybe because they're based out of Belize.
Yes I've seen traders use them before.
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