Just became a member earlier tonight.. I must say, I'm glad I found this place. It seems to be the most active website for this kinda material. Anywho.. I've just recently been bit by the "investment" bug. For the last month or so, I've cleaned out the local library of all literature related to this stuff.. equities, options, daytrading, swingtrading.. etc, but the area I've had the most fun in is technical analysis. Momentum trading. Now, I have limited capital. Since I don't have the 25,000 minimum required for a typical daytrade account, I've been limited to buying equity futures, with most holdings lasting two to three days. Pretty simple stuff.. going long after support levels, puts when I feel the resistance has been hit. I really feel like I have a knack for tracking trends. Guess I should get to the point of this post. Forex is one area I haven't read about. I've been messing around on demo accounts (metatrader at the moment). Is Forex trading the ultimate for technical analysis junkies like myself (aside from typical daytrading on nasdaq volatility)? I've read that there is zero commission and superb leverage. Any of you guys trade Forex for a living.. perhaps with many monitors, multiple charts open, scalping pips at obvious trend patterns? Just curious if its possible.