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  1. #11
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    [lang=ar]ok you are right only if you are scalper because you can make good swings in this pair if you can expect the economy of india then the trend will be expected and you can make money in the market if the spread is high then you can swing , expecting the fundamental of the market if you are expert[/lang]

  2. #12
    USd/Rub is not for any scalpers at all due to the higher spread. All we can do to trade in here will be trading based on the condition of the market and try to understand the timing of it. Profit and loss might happen at any moment too as we trade but we just need to be very careful in making each position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sekiryutei View Post
    USd/Rub is not for any scalpers at all due to the higher spread. All we can do to trade in here will be trading based on the condition of the market and try to understand the timing of it. Profit and loss might happen at any moment too as we trade but we just need to be very careful in making each position.
    I do not have any idea about this trading pair, because this trading pair is not familiar to me, and let you can see the best trading strategy in this pair is long term only, Based on the long fundamental trading analysis, this pair is on the way to make bearish / weakness on USD, but sometimes, the weakness of RUB is faster than USD. Because the wide spread, I do not have any courage to make order in this chart

  4. #14
    I've traded this couple several times but it was in demo account, not real. This is due to high expansion and we know that the USD / RUB movement range is not as high as other small coins. I like to trade other pairs such as NOK, TRY, ZAR, MXN, or SEK because they have huge volatility against other minor pairs. Yes, these small pairs are widely expanded and require lot of margins to trade so wisely.

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