We have created a 24/7 Skype chat room environment where owners of the Magic MA EA and Course can talk to each other about any topic related to the Magic MA EA and Course.

  • As no settings are provided this would be the ideal forum for owners of the EA to spread the load of finding and maintaining settings for the EA
  • Creating a test data base is another area where some Owners can contribute or get more information.
  • Discussion regard testing methodologies and approaches can been held here.

This is a facility for Owners to openly communicate with each other and will have a low level of moderation.

In order to join this room :-


1.  You will need to have a Skype account.  If you don’t have one yet, get one at  The accounts are free.
2.  Once you have your account open (or set up) click on the Contacts link along the top of the toolbar.
3.  Select “Add Contact” which should be the first option under the Contacts link.
4.  Now select “Search Skype Directory“.
5.  You will see a search box open up just under the area where you made the previous choices.  Type in Expert4x Magic MA        This is the Skype name for this group.
6.  Click on Expert4x Magic MA
7.  This should open a window where near the bottom middle you will see a link labeled “Add to Contacts”.  Click this link and then click the Send button. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR SKYPE ID IS THE SAME AS THE ID YOU USED FOR YOU UDEMY COURSE – If not email us with both or mention them in the Skype request
That is all you have to do.  We will accept your invitation and then move you into the Magic MA group. Allow up to 7 hours at the most for a reply.  Once you are in the chat room you can start contributing or reading the conversations.


The Room guides are pretty simple and straight forward.

One. Only discuss Forex trading and the Magic MA EA and Course in the room. If you want to discuss anything besides trading with Expert4x please email us at If you want to talk about anything else with other Chat room participants please use their personal Skype account and contact them outside of the room. We do want to keep the chat free of meaningless chatter.

Two. Anyone is permitted to contribute and ask questions. No one is allowed to berate or insult them.

Three. Keep the language clean. No cussing, no fighting, no name calling.

Four: Please contribute – this is a 24/7/365 room and you may arrive when there is nobody around. Please still record your comments or questions. Sooner or later other participants will see them and respond.

That’s about it. If we need to make more guides as we proceed we will do so.

This room is open 24/7/365. It will seldom be moderated and we are leaving the owners and participants to moderate, contribute and discuss any topic related to Forex trading and the Magic Moving Average EA and Course.

If you need quick feedback on any topic or question please use info(at) as an alternative



  • Pat

    Reply Reply January 3, 2015

    Why is a course involved when it is “set and forget ?” Doesn’t sound simple.
    Is advice provided as to type of accounts (ECN, Razor etc), leverage etc.
    Is there any broker comparisons?
    How many pairs or accounts can the EA be used on?


      Reply Reply January 3, 2015

      Set and forget is the simplest for of EA. It is finding the setting that is the biggest challenge – you need the course to help you with that. We do supply 2 free currency analysis reports for those in a hurry and don’t want to do the course
      The system can be used on any Forex broker account that can run EAs
      There is no comparision required as the system runs on any broker account
      The EA can be used on any currency and using as many currencies as you like at the same time

      Hope this helps

      • Ali

        Reply Reply May 12, 2015

        I recommend redanig everything you can at your local bookstore about stock trading and trading. That will give you a good introduction. But you’ll still need to develop your own personal trading strategy, and that takes years of study and experience.You can trade with as little as $1,000, but that has to be $1,000 that you can afford to lose, because most people do lose money in the beginning. Most all brokers offer free demo accounts, and you should have 3-4 months of demo profits before you risk real money. Even then, be careful when switching to real money that you don’t risk too much.Best of luck!

  • Sanjay Agarwal

    Reply Reply January 13, 2015

    Hi Alex,

    I have requested to add me on skype network and sent an request to add me.

    Can you ask the administrator of chat to add me please.

    Sanjay Agarwal


      Reply Reply January 13, 2015

      Please retry on Skype again

    • Kazumi

      Reply Reply May 13, 2015

      I want to get into the trading. Please elixapn how to get started in the scene and give me some good sites to refer to. Also, how much money will I need to get started first? Thank you.

  • Gaurav

    Reply Reply May 11, 2015

    If you’re a potential ivesntment player who’d like to make it big in the business and financial world, then you go for trading. The , also known as the foreign exchange market is one of the largest financial markets in the world with and estimate of $1.5 trillion turn-overs every day. Here are a few strategies on how to make it big in the market. Strategy One: Know your market. The best way to get advantage, earn profit and minimize losses is to familiarize yourself with the market and how the whole system works. In the market, the players are usually commercial banks, central banks and firms involved in foreign trade, ivesntment funds, broker companies and other private individuals with large capital. With the speed and high liquidity of asset, most companies engage in this business than in any other trading venture. Transactions are done in a jiffy; there are no membership fees and there is always the allure and promise of big, big profit. Trading is done in pairs. The most commonly traded currencies are usually the US Dollar, Japanese Yen, Euro, British Pound, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar and the Swiss Franc. The more commonly traded pairs are the US Dollar and the Japanese Yen, the Euro and the US Dollar, the Swiss Franc and the US Dollar. In trading, everything is speculative and virtual. There is no actual product being sold or bought. The activity mostly consists of computed entries made on the value of one against another. Say for example, you can buy Euros with US Dollar, hoping that the Euro will increase it value. Once its value rises, you can sell the Euro again, thus earning you profit. Strategy Two: Learn the language. There are three concepts you need to know in the market. Pips refer to the increase of one hundredth of a percent of the value of the pair you are trading. Usually each pip has a value of $10 or $1. Volume is the quantity or amount of money being traded at one particular time in the market. Buying is the acquisition of a particular . A trader buys with the hopes that the price of the will increase. Selling is putting a up for grabs in the market because of a potential or possibility of a decrease in its value. There are also two techniques of analysis usually used in this business – the fundamental and the technical analysis. Technical analysis is usually used by small and medium players. Here, the primary point of analysis revolves on the price. Fundamental analysis, on the other hand, is used by bigger companies and players with higher capital as it involves looking at the other factors affecting the value of a particular . In this type of analysis, the player also looks at the situation of the country, particularly issues like political stability, inflation rate, unemployment rate, and tax policies as these are seen to have an effect on the ’s value. Strategy Three: Develop a sound trading strategy. Your trading strategy would depend on what kind of trader you are. The basic thing with developing a trading strategy is to identify what kind of trader you are. A good trading strategy should lessen, if not, eliminate losses. Plan also the size of your transactions. It is better to conduct many different trades than one huge transaction. Not only does it develop discipline, but it also lessens any possible loss as only a fraction of the capital is affected. Part of a trading strategy is developing the values of discipline and proper money management. Strategy Four: Practice. Try paper trading, a great way to practice your skills, see how the market works and get acquainted with the software and tools being used. There are online brokers who allow free paper trades, which allows practice and experience before doing it with real money. Strategy Five: Choose the right dealer. Make sure that they are regulated by the law. Take not of dealers with ivesntment schemes that give out too-good-to-be-true-just-false-hopes promises. Look at ivesntment offers before getting started. trading may seem easy and manageable. But the emotional stress, the demands and challenges of being a trader requires more than just the knowledge of the market. It requires more than just a keen and sensible head for business. It’s all about a gameplan, a strategy.

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