How To Double The Account In 1 Day? You can help thousands improve their trading! Who’s online There are currently 29 users online. Submitted by Edward Revy on June 14, 2007 – 01:53. Forex scalping has gained high popularity nowadays. We welcome you to explore our free and steady growing collection of Forex scalping strategies and ideas!
Yes, true scalping involves risks as well as any other type of trading. But if done correctly Forex scalping provides an additional degree of risk management as a result of holding trading positions for a very short period of time as well as constant monitoring of the price and collecting quick profits as they appear. Please, do not forget to read our disclaimer policy. In short, Forex scalping systems you find below if used will assume trader’s own risk and full responsibility. Best of luck in scalping the Forex! Active traders Poll – share your live experience or read what others have to say. Technology has reduced a remarkable amount of paper clutter in my home. I love being able to schedule birthdays and anniversaries to repeat every year. Photos — I rarely print them.
Lists — I save the ones I’ll use again such as long term plans or trip packing lists. Documents — I signed up to receive statements and bills online, and I scanned the papers I wanted to keep long-term. Update: My, how technology has changed since this article was first published! Now there are even more tools to go digital and avoid paper. Two of my favorite programs are Evernote and Dropbox. I still keep cards and notes, drawings, and important documents in their original paper form. I wouldn’t want to let go of some of my letters from family members. Actually, this is giving me the idea to go ahead and scan some of them just in case I were to lose them.
You don’t have to do it all at once. It takes an investment of time to scan old papers. You can simply wait and then gradually discard the old paper files when you don’t need them anymore. Decide what you will use for scanning. I have a very basic scanner, but if you have a lot of papers, it may be worth investing in a scanner with speed. Perhaps your employer will let you use the office scanner for your personal documents. Give your documents descriptive names, and try to be consistent. Any list of documents will always stay in chronological order and the standard name format makes it easier to find them. Plan how will you find them later.
Some people prefer to sort documents into a structured folder system. Backing up your computer becomes even more important. Have two versions of backups, such as a CD of important documents in addition to an external hard drive. Don’t worry about scanning temporary files. Focus on the documents you want to keep long-term, and toss the papers that are temporary. What’s funny is that I wrote the draft for this post on the back of a piece of scratch paper. Paper will never be replaced completely — and there’s something nice about that.