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    Scalping is the safest strategy. Interview with Nusrettin Ceylan, who won $200 in Drag Trade Contest



    We've heard many news from Turkey during the past summer, including many political events wich had negative effects on markets: Turkish lira fell, along with Turkish stock market. The winner of tour 333 of Drag Trade contest - a student from Turkey, despite a busy schedule, took some time to tell us why he prefers international brokers to local ones.

    Trading as science

    I am a student of Ege University. For me, trading is more of a hobby which sometimes results in additional income. However, I always try to find enough time to educate myself. Unfortunately, I couldn't find fellow traders among my friends, so I have to do it on my own. I watch educating videos, participate in webinars, read books on Forex, study analytics. In other words, I use any chance I have to learn more about trading. I used the very same approach in the contest.

    I chose Grand Capital as it is one of the biggest brokers

    My top-5 favorite currencies are: EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDCAD, XAUUSD, and USDTRY. As per strategies, I am quite loyal to scalping as it is comparatively safe and gives you some space for maneuvers. I intentionally choose foreign brokers. The thing is that Turkish brokers don't yet offer as many services and opportunities as international companies. For example, the highest leverage here is 1:25. In Grand Capital I’ve used 1:500 (editor's note - for a Standard account the maximum leverage is 1:2000). I chose Grand Capital because it is one of the biggest brokers. That was also the reason for my participation in Drag Trade contest. As per the things I would change - I would really like to see Turkish language support.

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    Anyone can earn on Forex. Interview with Vitaly Kurgaev, the winner of $500 in Rally Trade contest.



    A life of a trader is always a series of ups and downs which change as fast as asset quotes. Vitaly Durgaev, the winner of round 176 of Rally Trade contest told us why he loves trading and what it takes to become a professional trader.

    Trading provides you with unlimited possibilities

    Although I majored in accounting, I work as a craft metal founder. My first trading experience happened back in 2000. I deposited $200 and got lucky - I managed to earn $2000 right away. Then a typical mistake of any starting trader followed - no stop losses. As a result I spent the next week watching yen fall, eating my deposit. I love trading because it gives you unlimited possibilities. It's just someone likes gambling and some prefer to use their brains and go to Forex. I think that anyone can be a trader now. If to think about it - there is nothing extraordinary here. No matter where you are, all you need is to place a trade is your smartphone. It is even simpler than to set an alarm clock. But to be a successful trader... It is a totally different thing. For that you will need self-discipline, a good trading strategy and a fair deposit amount. That is why I've never thought of trading as a main source of income. It is, indeed, hard to work in 24/5 mode.

    Choose highly volatile assets and follow the news

    Sometimes I really lack patience to trade as a professional. I am in a constant search of a trading strategy that would provide stable results. Any strategy needs to be constantly optimized, because it may bring profit when trading one asset and lead to a loss when a different one chosen. In the contest I traded the most volatile assets at that time - GBPNZD and GBPJPY and carefully followed the news. Here's my advice to all novices: learn the contest rules and click the Register button! When the contest is about to end, start monitoring the rating. Sometimes there are just a couple of pips that separate the winner and a loser.

    Good luck to everyone!

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    Grand Capital weekly recap (September 19th – September 23rd)

    Meet the hottest and latest numbers of the past trading week. Read, compare your trading week with results shown by other traders and aim for the best with Grand Capital!

    Here's the recap of the past trading week:

    The most active client

    Placed 1111 trades, including 1043 profitable and 68 that resulted in a loss.

    Highest deposit growth

    In one week on a single account was + $17155,20.

    The most profitable trade of the week

    Resulted in a profit of +$6200,00. The trade lasted for 31 minutes: it was opened on the 20th of September at 5:56PM, closed – 20th of September at 6:27PM.

    The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders:
    • #SB – Sugar futures. Is traded on ICE (New York). The volume of futures sugar contract is standard and equals 112 000 pounds;
    • #NQ – Futures on mini-contract for NASDAQ-100. It is traded on CME – Globex​. NASDAQ – represents shares of high-tech companies (electronics, software, etc.);
    • #GC – Gold futures. Traded on Eurex. Contract volume: 100 troy ounces (approx 3,11 kg);
    • #CT – Cotton futures. Traded on ICE. The contract volume is 50 000 ounds (approx 22,68 ton);
    • #MAGNIT – a leading food retailer in Russia. MAGNIT chain consists of 13 021 retail stores. Company's revenue for 2015 was 950 613,34 mln RUB.

    Earn with Grand Capital!

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    Grand Capital headquarters moved to a new office

    Modern infrastructure is a major aspect for any company. That is why to assure comfortable environment for both employees and clients, Grand Capital moved to a new spacious office, which is located in walking distance from "Moskovkie Vorota" subway station: Moskovsky prospect, building 105, 3rd floor.

    Stanislav Vaneev, CEO Grand Capital:

    «Grand Capital has undergone a lot of changes over the past two years. Our staff has expanded, some processes have been improved, new services have been introduced. This move is just one more step in the company's development. I am glad that the 10th anniversary of Grand Capital will be celebrated in a brand new office».


    In the office you can:
    • Receive a consultation on all the services offered;
    • Learn how to trade on financial markets by taking free courses;
    • Learn technical and fundamental analysis;
    • Learn trading CFD futures and stocks as well as Binary Options under a supervision of one of our financial advisors.


    Welcome to our new office!




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    Grand Capital weekly recap (September 26th – September 30th)



    The last week of September turned out to be quite productive for clients of Grand Capital. Learn about the past week’s most profitable trades and highest deposit growth in our weekly recap section!

    Here’s the recap of the last week:

    The most active client:

    Placed 1295 trades, including 1243 пprofitable ones and 52 that resulted in a loss.

    Highest deposit growth

    In one week on a single account was +$9644,85.

    The most profitable trade of the week

    Resulted in a profit of +$6800,00. The trade was opened on the 26th of September at 12:28PM and closed on the 26th of September at 12:36PM.

    The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders:
    • # 6B – GBP/USD futures contract. Its ticker on Globex – 6B. The contract is sized at 62 500 pounds with minimum price fluctuation of — 0,0001$ for 1 pound or 6,25$ per 1 contract;
    • # RY – EUR/YEN futures contract. The trading volume is thousands of contracts a day. The contract is sized at 125 000 euro;
    • # XRB – Gasoline futures contract, which is traded on NYMEX.
    • # DIS – The Walt Disney Company is one of the biggest mass media and entertainment conglomerate. The company is in Dow Jones index.
    • # ROSTEL – Rostelekom is one of the largest telecom companies in Russia and the World.


    Earn with Grand Capital!

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    BNI and Mandiri payment options are now available for clients in Indonesia

    We are thrilled to announce that Grand Capital has implemented two new deposit/withdrawal methods – BNI and Mandiri bank. It means that our clients in Indonesia can now use all the payment options popular in their country which are BNI, BCA, Mandiri and Fasapay.

    All payment options are available for both deposit and withdrawal.

    Deposits through BNI, BCA and Mandiri are available only in IDR, Fasapay – in IDR and USD.

    Minimum deposit amount in IDR is as follows:
    • 131.064 IDR for Micro accounts;
    • 1.310.640 IDR for Standard accounts;
    • 13.106.400 IDR for ECN accounts.


    To make a deposit:
    1. Go to Deposit/Withdrawal section and choose the most convenient payment option.
    2. In your Personal account choose the account you wish to deposit to and set the deposit amount.
    3. You will be redirected to the payment system page. Follow the given instructions.
    4. The funds will be deposited within 24 hours.


    Please be aware that a fee many be charged by the payment system/bank used.

    Other payment options offered in Grand Capital are available here.

    Yours truly,
    Grand Capital team



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    NR Exchanger is now available to our clients in India

    Dear clients!

    We invite you to visit the office of our official partner in India - NR Exchanger, where you can manage all the transations related to your trading account.

    Deposits in Indian rupees are carried out in a matter of minutes, the best exchange rates are offered. What's more, NR representatives can help you with opening an account and trading process, as well as provide you with trading signals.

    Address: India, Uttar Pradesh, Noida, d122 block 31 Janta flat Mahadev appartment sector 73.

    Phone numbers: +919058367479, +918923989657.

    Whatsapp: +919058367479

    Yours truly,
    Grand Capital team

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    Grand Capital weekly recap (October 3rd - October 7th)



    The first week of October was quite stable for Grand Capital clients. The numbers didn't break any records, but were, indeed, stable. Follow the best results of the past trading week in our traditional news section.

    Here's the recap of the last week:

    The most active client

    Placed 5436 trades, including 4801 profitable ones and 635 that resulted in a loss.

    Maximum deposit growth

    In one week on a single trading account was $13452,42.

    The most profitable trade of the week

    Resulted in a profit of +$4900,00. The trade was opened on the 26th of September at 11:17AM and closed on the 3rd of October at 7:17PM.

    The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders:

    • # ZS – soybean futures, one of the oldest and most popular futures contracts. It is traded on Chicago commodity exchange, as well as on Globex;
    • # YM – mini Dow Jones futures contract. It is traded on CBOT (Chicago), as well as electronic trading platform eCBOT;
    • # FESX – DJ EURO ​STOXX 50 futures contract. Traded on EUREX;
    • # JNJ – American company Johnson & Johnson, a major prducer of cosmetics, sanitary products and medical equipment. The company is in the Fortune 1000;
    • # MCD – McDonald’s Corporation. American corporation which had been the largest fast food chain till 2010.


    Earn with Grand Capital!

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    Trading is a lot like life. Interview with Sergey Novikov, the winner of $500 in Rally Trade contest.



    It’s human nature to draw comparisons: juxtapose facts and look for parallels between certain events. Sergey Novikov, the winner of round 177 of Rally Trade believes that trading, like life, grants a multitude of opportunities. The important thing is how you use them.

    Make use of opportunities reasonably

    I started trading Forex relatively recently, although I’d heard of it before. My primary occupation is my household, and in my spare time I’m getting “drawn” into the realm of financial markets little by little. Like any other business, trading has its pros and cons. If handled properly, trading, like life, provides virtually unlimited prospects and a myriad of opportunities. But you should use those opportunities reasonably, and with proper risk management. For example, extensive market analysis appeals to me, so I concentrate on it.

    I didn’t win the contest on the first try

    I usually look through charts to get new trading ideas. In fact, I choose trading instruments based on whether I like their charts. Right now I’m only getting to know various brokers. So far I’m satisfied with Grand Capital in all respects, I hold a favorable opinion of the company, everything’s right and proper. I decided to participate in Rally Trade because it was interesting to try my hand in trading in nearly real-life conditions. I didn’t win the contest on the first try, my success is the result of several attempts and to a large extent I owe my victory to luck. I still don’t consider myself a professional, I’m yet to learn a lot about trading and I’m ready to do that.

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    Trading with the others’ ideas means don’t have your own ones. Interview with Denis Traube, Drag Trade contest winner.



    It is often thought that it’s better to invent something new and unique than to borrow ideas. But usually such claims are only good in theory, but in practice something conventional turns out to be way more effective and reliable. That’s why newbie traders, who worry about losing their money, prefer to copy and borrow trading ideas. Denis Traube, the winner of round 335 of Drag Trade contest, has developed over the years his own vision of trading. He put it to practice, perfected it and turned into nothing short of a philosophical doctrine. In this interview Denis told us how to search for your own individual method and why you should always question your own actions.

    Denis, tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do?

    I’d been pursuing more than a dozen lines of work, mainly construction, metalworking and other kinds of assembly activities. But for a long time now I’ve been handicapped and unemployed, and I have no desire of advancing my “professional career” any further.

    How did you get into trading? Does trading bring you stable income?

    I’ve been trading since about 2004, but there were long breaks and occasionally I lost interest in trading due to lack of ideas. Trading doesn’t bring stable income. I prefer to think of myself as a theorist trader. A researcher. And up to a certain time I was satisfied solely with game thrill, like playing chess.

    Let’s imagine an ideal trader. What qualities do they possess?

    Attentiveness and patience. Concentration and a lack of urge for thoughtless imitation. Everybody talks about discipline, but I think it’s overrated. You should be constantly questioning your decisions instead.

    Let’s discuss the most common mistakes of trading novices. Have you managed to avoid them?

    I’m a self-taught trader. When I was starting to trade I skipped through the guidebooks, but they didn’t answer my questions. I found the answers to some of them later, but not near to all of them. I made assumptions and hypotheses, put them to practice and eliminated anything useless. I tried to reach understanding of the “understanding” itself, so to say. Now I use only my own express methods and try not to pay attention to the blabbing about yesterday’s news. Yesterday’s news isn’t worth much. It’s only me and the display of my computer. There’s no other way. There’s merely a short list of persons, whose trading methods I share. Trading with the others’ ideas means don’t have your own ones. Do you want to acquire a prospect of your own brainwork’s degradation under the influence of someone else’s forecasts? It’s not the best way of keeping afloat even in trading-related activities. You come into trading to become independent, but you become dependent on someone else’s views? Sure way to stay in those proverbial 95% and not get anywhere.

    What trading instruments do you prefer?

    Chiefly it’s highly volatile cross currency pairs. I don’t use majors that often nowadays, only with a nice setup, to get an aesthetic enjoyment from an accurately calculated reversal.

    What do you pay attention to when choosing a broker?

    Responsiveness and quality of service. Quotations variability range. Broker’s history on the market and the reviews, both invited and honestly earned. Information space requires transparency and fair play. If you don’t realize that, you lose customers and eventually crash, that applies to any business.

    Why did you decide to participate in Grand Capital contest?

    Because I like Grand Capital contests. I take part in them regularly and I see that the leaderboards are inhabited by actual trading behemoths, I mean it in a good way, they are highly trained and have a deep understanding of market dynamics. You have to wrestle your way to the victory one step at a time, with persistence and sheer stubbornness. Phycologists say that “boys need to compete”. So we compete. And for that we owe you an eternal gratitude.

    And finally, what advice can you give to beginners?

    Everyone looks at the same chart and everything is in plain view: price, time and quadrature. Never give up. If you’re tired, take a rest and charge again, and then everything will surely work out in the end. And throw all your indicators away! If the price reflects everything, why do you need those crutches?

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