Coghlan Forex - Client Help
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- What is Coghlan Forex?
- Who is the service designed for?
- How much does the service cost?
- How do I ask a question in the chat page?
- Is there a required trade size one must execute in order to emulate Paul?
- How many trades will Paul post each day?
- How do I temporarily silence the post alert on my computer?
- How do I cancel my membership?
- What is the trading window?
- Can I be alerted when a post is made?
- Do I need to be aware of any terms in relation to this service?
- When Paul posts trades which vehicle is he referring to?
- I have a different question, where do I direct it?
Coghlan Forex is an educational service that provides members with an ability to view live posts from a professional trader, Paul Coghlan. Paul will post his intraday trades as he takes them using his own application of median line analysis .
You can configure alerts to be warned of posts, via both email and text messaging.
The service has been designed for intraday traders looking to benefit from routine moves in the currencies.
In addition to intraday traders this service will provide longer term trades for those that engage in swing trading.
The subscription costs $299.95 per month. Please note that the service operates on an auto-renewing monthly membership which renews on the monthly anniversary of your initial subscription. To sign up for the service please click here.
You cannot, the chat page consists of one way comunication, for Paul to transmit his trades and intraday thoughts.
No, each member will trade based upn their own account size.
The emphasis is NOT on number of trades but finding profitable trades and it is possible that there will be only 2-3 trades a week.
There will be MANY days when Paul will not take trades because market conditions do not lend themselves to high probability entries. On these days the sole post may be "no trade today". On other days there may be 3-4 trades. Again, the emphasis is, as it should be for every professional trader, on making money and NOT taking trades.
When you first enter chat page you will see a link "Alerts are ON". Click this to silence the beeps that occur when a post is made. To turn the beeps back on simply click on the "Alerts are OFF" link.
Easy, send an email to email@example.com including your username. No further billing will occur from the time we receive your cancellation email and access to the service will cease at the end of the current calendar month. Cancelations MUST be received by 5PM ET on the day PRIOR to your renewal day to prevent a renewal.
As with all vehicles it makes sense to stalk trades during the most liquid hours. Paul typically trades in a window of 7AM - noon EST (New York time). There may be days where he will start later and/or finish earlier. Each day's trading window may vary based upon market conditions, news releases etc.
Yes, alerts can be sent as posts are made. Please watch the new member video for details on how to setup alerts. You can configure up to two email addresses to receive alerts.
Paul will, where possible, try to warn members of an imminent entry although this will not always be possible.
If you wish to have alerts sent to your mobile device as a text message then you may also use the second email address for this purpose.
Please be aware that alerts sent to mobile devices are still sent as emails. Using this method messages may take longer to arrive than when sent from mobile device to mobile device using a protocol such as SMPPP or CIMD.
If you pay to receive text messages additional charges will likely be applied by your carrier.
While we strive to ensure a timely dispatch of alerts we cannot guarantee how long they will take to arrive or indeed delivery of them.
To find the email format for your mobile device please see this list for text message email formats. It is highly recommended that you perform tests to ensure you have the correct email address format and that your test messages do arrive at the expected mobile device.
Trades refer to interbank cash foreign exchange which is closely emulated by futures.
Please email all other questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.