If you want to make a lucrative career in the FX markets then you should certainly read this article. Specifically we’ll discuss quantopia, the new Forex currency exchange platform created by quant strategist and trader Alex Mandossian. I’ve been trading the FX markets since March 1997 and have never seen anything like quantopian. It’s essentially a world-wide web site that gives you up-to-date information about world currencies with real-time quotes. The unique thing about quantopia is that it’s a trading assistant that connects you to top-rated traders so you can trade at their pace.
You’ve probably heard about forex robots like MegaDroid or FAP Turbo. But what if you wanted to work on your own? Would you be forced to download an entire forex platform or would you be restricted to pre-configured systems? Both types of robots completely rule out the freedom of customization. This is where quantopia shines.
Qu quantopia gives you the ability to fully customize your trading platform to your own needs. That’s right. You can create your own forex robot that will trade the forex for you 24 hours a day. That’s right, the robot will actually act like a trader, making trades for you on your behalf. While you’ll still need to spend time monitoring the system and tweaking it for small differences in the markets, you won’t have to devote a full-time job to it like you would with the other two options.
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This brings me to the third advantage I believe quantopia offers over other robots. Namely, that you can make money even while you’re asleep. Now, there are a number of different ways to implement this feature. Basically, you can set up quantopian to email you alerts when it’s making a trade. Or, you can set it to send you a text message when a trade is made. The point I’m trying to get across is that you can use quantopia as part of your income generator even while you’re off doing other things.
Here’s what I like about quantopian. Unlike some of the other robots on the market, quantopia allows you to go in and test each of its features before you risk any of your money. While it may not offer you a foolproof long term strategy, quantopia does give you enough wiggle room to experiment until you find something that works.
But don’t stop there. This system isn’t just for beginners. Even if you’re a veteran currency exchange trader, quantopia makes sense for you as well. You can test out its automated forex account feature which allows you to place an order with the program based on its market conditions without ever having to handle a margin loan. This way, you can effectively reduce your risk levels without needing additional funds. You can also set quantopia to target specific currencies so that you always know where you’re making your money.
In addition to all of this, quantopia also provides a number of useful tools. One of them is what it calls a currency trading calendar. This calendar gives you the insight you need to make better trading decisions. Another tool is its “expert adviser” which allows you to place trades using some well-known currency exchange trading systems like FAP Turbo and Forex MegaDroid. This adviser will tell you exactly when it’s best for you to purchase and sell certain currencies.
These are all great tools that quantopia has to offer. However, quantopia is still a fairly new robot which means that it has some kinks to work out. Right now its main function is to spot trends and then make an appropriate decision on whether or not to trade. Right now, it’s not a guaranteed success, and it can lose a lot of money. The upside, however, is that it’s free.
Charlie Jabaley is Changing Podcasting and Culture Forever
Charlie is currently working with Def Jam Recordings, one of the biggest record labels in the industry. He says that his goal is to create “an independent network that is free of corporate ownership” by which independent bands can get their albums recorded and marketed more effectively. He’s currently educating music industry reps about how podcasting works and is urging artists to start recording their own podcasts if they have the resources to do so.
Although he is happy to work with the big guys, he admits that podcasting has yet to reach its true potential. “I’d love to see this take off like the Napster generation,” he says. Unfortunately, podcasting still has a long way to go before it begins to rival traditional media formats such as interviews and live performances.
While he admits that there is a lot to learn, he’s not afraid to take bold steps to change the industry. “I’m just looking for a way to make it easier for people to digest new information and for people to come back and hear more fresh content,” he says. While there are plenty of obstacles to the change, he is hopeful that listeners will embrace the format and start tuning in. “The longer people spend on a program, the more they’re likely to remember it,” he adds. As technology evolves, listeners are bound to appreciate new changes and embrace the culture they are introduced to.
In addition to working with large labels, Charlie is also trying to make the transition into independent music. He notes that many people are intimidated by the change and often think that podcasting will be the same as radio. “I feel that if you’re listening to an old stand-up comedy, it’s not going to sound very different from what you would get on a mainstream station.” However, podcasting can indeed become just as mainstream as radio.
There is no question that podcasting is a massive change for the music industry. It’s uncertain whether the change will usher in a new age of pop, hip hop or indie music, or whether listeners will simply adapt to the new format. Regardless, Charlie’s bold choices will certainly influence the future of podcasting, and how artists and music get their message across.
The indie culture that Charlie talks about is slowly transforming into podcast culture as well, but it will take time. “The beauty about the Internet is the fact that it’s a free culture,” he says. “There’s no gatekeepers. Anyone can do anything they want once they see the door open.”