SchatZ Markets Upcoming Features

What is a PAMM account?

SchatZ Market’s launch soon Percentage Allocation Management Module(PAMM), also known as percentage allocation money management or PAMM, is a form of pooled money from investors/clients to do forex trading. An investor gets to allocate from their money in desired proportion to the qualified trader/money manager/ Fund Manager of their choice. Fund managers may manage multiple forex trading accounts using their own capital and such pooled money, objective to score profits.

SchatZ Markets Investment Programs. 

Trading is a method of holding stocks for a short period of time. A trader holds stocks till the short term high performance, whereas, Investment is an approach that works on buy and hold a principle. Investors invest their money for some lock period to yield standard return.

SchatZ Markets Signals 
Due to the high demand for forex signals, SchatZ Markets concerned about our clients from the safe run for a longer period soon will launch Forex Signals/Technical support for SchatZ Markets Prefered customers.

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Forex Currency Instruments Depth Analysis

Before Trading Trader should know about the facts of currencies as well as currency pairs. The Market Share of Currency, Currency pairs, liquid currency as well as major currency pairs one should know about the basic principle before starting to trade.

The Eight Major Currencies are
EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, USD, CAD, CHF, JPY. The Combination of two currencies is called Currency Pair.
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The Market Share of Major Currency are

USD: 88%
EUR: 31%
JPY: 21%
GBP: 13%
AUD: 7%
CAD: 5%
CHF: 5%

The Market Share of Major Currency pairs are 

Eur Usd 24%
Usd Jpy 18%
Gbp Usd 9%
Aud Usd 5%
Usd Cad 4%
Usd Nzd 2%

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What are all  Majors Currency Pairs to Trade
  • EUR/USD (Euro vs US Dollar)
  • USD/JPY (US dollar vs Japanese Yen)
  • GBP/USD (British Pound vs US Dollar)
  • AUD/USD (Australian Dollar vs US Dollar)
  • USD/CHF (US Dollar vs Swiss Franc)
  • USD/CAD (US Dollar vs Canadian Dollar)

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What are all Most Liquid currency pairs
  • EUR/USD – Euro vs U.S Dollar.
  • USD/JPY – U.S Dollar vs Yen.
  • GBP/USD – Pound vs U.S Dollar.
  • USD/CHF – U.S Dollar vs Swiss Franc.

Trading GOAL Setup

Goal 1: Volume Control

Trading in Forex its kind of high risk while we play on more volume. Suggestable Volume for $10,000 Equity is 0.10 Volume (10,000 Units).

Goal 2: Risk control
Risk Control is the major role plays in Trading. A lot of traders end up losing too much in the beginning on trades that did not work out as planned. One way to migrate risk and set a study risk control goal could be to set aside a percentage of your account balance 2 to 4% of the risk is the decent way to startup trade.

Goal 3: Profit Goal

Setting up the Profit ratio/reward ratio is very important than risk ratio. Each trade instruments may have different volatile. Before setup, the take profit study the average volume per each instrument would help to trader to setup take profits. Click here to watch Average PIP movement for major currency pair.

FEAR and GREED Trading Solutions

How to Overcome FEAR and GREED?
                                           It’s not bad having FEAR & GREED. FEAR loses its control whenever trade goes wrong so how to overcome it? it’s not much difficult just use assumption what in-case if the same trade goes profit, what you will do? Either will close the trade or wait for sometime aggregate more profit just work out the same formula when it loses what can do much better!
Be Fearful when others are Greedy,
                                               Be Greedy when others are Fearful

GREED does need to work in a different way? not at all, GREED comes when a trader in more profit should I wait for more or shall I execute more trades? think about what you will do if the same trade goes in negative.
Generally, no one can deny that when it comes to humans and money, fear and greed can be powerful motives but how do we use in trading its more important.

Fear is a response to the threat. Greed is a response to opportunity.

Fear leads to avoiding. Greed leads to attraction.

According to Warren Buffet made a very pertinent comment when he said Be fearful when people are greedy, and greedy when they are fearful’. When people are greedy, bubbles happen. When they are fearful, they sell at low prices. Understanding this can lead to a wiser investment strategy.