Which method is better ? - page 4

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Andrey Vaganov
415
Andrey Vaganov  
Kourosh Davallou:
  • Single Currency
    48% (32)
  • Multi Currency
    52% (34)

The winner is not the method, but the person using it.

Atep Juyanda
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Atep Juyanda  
Multi currency
Kourosh Davallou
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Kourosh Davallou  
Andrey Vaganov:

The winner is not the method, but the person using it.

Yes in the poll, they are equal, but the multi-currency approach along with the correlation of currencies is better

Andreas Bauer
1455
Andreas Bauer  

you can call multi currency trading either correlation or basket trading,

often being supported by a dash-board.

There are several free or paid ones on various forums,

what do you use?!
Waseem Raza
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Waseem Raza  
Kourosh Davallou:
  • Single Currency
    48% (32)
  • Multi Currency
    52% (34)

If you actually don't know about a single currency means you don't know about multi currencies, diversification means you doing unknown 

Andrey Vaganov
415
Andrey Vaganov  
Kourosh Davallou:

Yes in the poll, they are equal, but the multi-currency approach along with the correlation of currencies is better

Directed trading of one or more instruments and correlation trading are two completely different approaches and neither is better or worse.The best approach, is the one that makes a profit.There's no point in arguing about it.

Alexandre Goulart
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Alexandre Goulart  

I believe (from the verb "I-didn't-researched-the-data-about-it") that the best approach would be Multi Currency - provided the instruments have no correlation between themselves.

That would be, in effect, create a portfolio of instruments and there's enough reported evidence that a portfolio can make more profits than the best of its components instruments alone.

Vytautas Paliokas
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Vytautas Paliokas  
Kourosh Davallou:
  • Single Currency
    48% (32)
  • Multi Currency
    52% (34)

Of Course Multi Currency . 

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