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    salam buat semua forrumer dan guests di sini...setelah memorex selama 3 tahun, saya decide utk menawarkan pembelajaran forex secara personal coaching "face to face"..waktunya 1.5 hari (1 hari utk teori dan 0.5 hari utk live trading session). 1 org student shj dlm sesuatu masa supaya boleh lebih fokus.

    Charge RM 100 shj, lokasi adalah pilihan student as long as they convenient.

    Nota adalah berdasarkan direct handwritten given during the session. Students have to re-write back later supaya maklumat2 yg di perolehi boleh di implikasikan ke dalam "server" memasing...Contoh2 charts adalah berdasarkan live chart displayed during market open.

    antara perkara yang diajar..

    1.Basic forex in very detail -->Only discuz dgn mereka yg really zero shj. Briefed by taking Examples from the simple living concept of the real world

    - Trade Currencies..Not Trade Pair..Buy & Sell
    - Understanding leverage Margin,Pip, Lot,spread
    - Best Time to trade


    2.Candlestick Pattern
    - Understanding candlestick base on konsep “Buyers vs sellers”
    - Very important Pattern; Hammer Head, Shooting Star, Bullish/Bearish Engulfing, Pierce Line & Dark Cloud cover
    - Rejection Candlestick (long top/long bottom shadows)
    - Time Frame Principle (Daily VS H4 VS H1, then execute order in M15)


    3.Chart Pattern
    (hanya simple briefing shj sbb based on my experience, it is rather unreliable.Candlestick pattern more have significant impact)

    4.pivot,support & resistence and CSR concept
    - Plotting on chart
    - Understanding concent “Support become resistence - SBR” and Resistence Become Support-RBS”


    5.Trendline

    - Step by step how to draw trendline/channel
    - Identify trend via draw trendline, Channel
    - How to trade when the trendline/channel is breakout


    6. Currency Meter Strength (forex strength meter)
    - Using fx4caster to measure strength of the currency
    - “How strong is strong” & “How weak is weak” ??
    - Daily Average & Hilo Concept.


    7. Penggunaan konsep buy/sell 28 pairs to determine currency domination and tidak akan ada "IF" when we know which currency is more dominant.
    - How to know when the trend is ending by using this concept?


    8.Technical Analysis yg biasa pakai oleh saya..
    - Stochastic Oscillator
    - Trading Divergences (stochastic vs price action)



    8.Fundamental approach –
    Forexfactory (check schedule), understanding market sentiment through actionforex.com, dailyfx.com, fxstreet.com and Bloomberg.com
    - How to find the keyword…
    - How to use consumer sentiment index, How to read Commitment of Traders Report (COT)

    9.Using metatrader
    - type of orders
    - using script and EA


    10.Money Management
    - standard lot yg di guna pakai oleh traders vs capital
    - when to put stop loss and trailing stop loss
    - kiraan margin dan recommended capital exposure/free margin



    11.Concept pair correlation vs Intermarket Analysis
    - Commodity, Indices, Bond, CCY Index vs pair correlation
    (pair pilihan saya, Euro/USD & Euro/Jpy. Why?)



    12. My Basic Trading Style

    - Initial Explosion trading from channel, wedge or triangle
    - Trading Divergences


    hanya serius newbie shj niat saya ikhlas utk menyumbangkan ilmu di samping menambahkan kenalan2 yg berminat utk trade forex, bukan main forex

    Utk Online Coaching bg mereka yg jauh
    Wajib guna desktop sharing software (join.mikogo/logmein etc) dan komunikasi via ym voice mail / skype..Charge ttp sama RM 100
    terima kasih...


    Disclaimer

    saya tidak akan mengajar golden techniques yg di jamin untung dlm forex trading...beribu2 teknik dah di revealed dlm forex but none of them can guarantee 100% profit.

    Apa yg saya ajar adalah basic trading style yg menjadi asas dlm development of technics such reading candlestick pattern,trendline, S & R di facilitate by using currency strength meter, sedikit technical analysis and paling important, Understanding market sentiment. Rate of success is highly depending on emotions.

    Teknik Trading saya adalah mencari price hesitation dlm candlestick, price action via currency strength meter,trendline explosive formation and Support & Resistence...Simple shj. Saya akan bg additional tools yg valuable utk memberi extra confirmation (indirectly confident) entry bila nak open pos...namun, segala2 nya masih 100% bergantung kepada pemahaman ttg konsep asas yg saya ajar di atas-->pivot, support & resistence-->candle pattern--->currency strength---> intermarket correlation. Segala Additional tools tersebut bukannya signal, tp panduan shaja.




    No.Hp : 012-3576124
    email: n_a_z_r_i@hotmail.com
     
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    1. cottage
      cottage
      Sedikit pengenalan ttg diri saya..

      saya mula kenal forex pada august August 2007...masa tue tgh plan cari jalan lain sbb dah boring jual unit trust public mutual..yer lah, asyek buat cold calling, jumpa org, belanja teh tarik, last2 tak melabur pun..hampeh..

      Modal Pertama forex saya is : usd 1000 ajer. belajar sendiri di cg dan mula trade live dgn stochastic, MA, SAR.alhamdulillah. bulan pertama dan kedua dapat 50% permonth.

      pernah juga loss dlm trade..dr modal 1000USD naik mencecah 3000USD ..at one time, float 500USD then Cut Loss!!! menggigil buang duit rm1.7k++ click mouse jek.

      masa tu baru saya perasan...utk trade, tak kira lah whatever teknik kita pakai with or without chart, mesti faham market sentiment..what drives the pair..saya mula start mendalami stories dkt actionforex, dailyfx, bloomberg(breaking news) dan dukascopy. forex factory pun hanya utk schedule ajer..dr situ juga saya mula belajar ngan ********* ttg currency strength concept dia...alhamdullillah..ilmunya sgt mujarab..cuma, saya tak sempat belajar lebih mendalam lagi dgn dia...

      saya sgt menekankan market sentiment, S & R dan price action dlm cara trade saya. Teknikal analisis saya lebih kepada memahami maksud "price hesitation" dlm candlestick pattern.. That's y saya hanya open class utk newbie shj...only for serius newbie..yg otai2 dah terror part nie..

      saya tak berminat nak screen shot account history ...kalau ada sapa nak tgk, jumpa saya utk tgk di laptop...kang saya paste di sini, ramai kata saya ciplak.

      sekian..
      Last edited: May 18, 2010
    2. cottage
      cottage
      my favourite trading style dan sesuai utk newbie...2 triangle formation terbentuk awal pagi nie...rezeki di timeframe H1 dan M15...simple jer..ada loss sket tp recover back..bak kata org, kalau tersalah bas, cepat2 la turun.

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    3. forexrobotgeeks
      forexrobotgeeks
      Charge RM 100 shj, lokasi adalah pilihan student as long as they convenient.

      -Kalau sabah sarawak boleh ker bro? Guna webcam?
    4. cottage
      cottage
      boleh...harap webcam lancar..kalau sekat2..takut tak berbaloi dgn bayaran rm 100 tue nnti
    5. fay_85
      fay_85
      so bila da abs teori trs live trade ker??brape modal??brape profit leh dapat ??
    6. cottage
      cottage
      Trade demo dulu tuan hehehe...try to be konsistensi dulu in making positive pips...

      so, after get konsistent dgn demo akaun, sacrificekan 10USD utk trade live...mc takpe tapi pengalaman lebih berharga utk bersedia bila dah decide trade dgn amount yg kita plan ...mana tahu sikit2 lama jadi bukit...10USD jd 100USD..who knows?

      pengalaman trade live tak sama dgn trade demo....no matter how kita "anggap demo as live"...


      apa yg saya dah ajar nnti (teori + praktikal) dah membolehkan u trade because ia adalah ASAS kepada development of techniques in forex...

      mODAL(mikro akaun)

      10USD..bukak 0.01 to 0.02 lot...satu pip 0.01cents to 0.02cents
      100 USD...bukak 0.05 lot to 0.1 lot...satu pip 0.05 cents to 10cents (maximum)

      nak 1 pip 1 usd..lebih selamat kalau bukak 1000 USD...at least ada free margin more than 1000%

      pROFit

      Based on how much u exposed and capital u put in...
      Last edited: May 21, 2010
    7. Robot Forex
      Robot Forex
      berminat bro...saya area selayang..nak bayar macam mana nie?
    8. Faiz Shafie
      Faiz Shafie
      berminat gak nie..nanti la..kumpul duit dulu dengan IM lepas tu terjun balik ke dunia forex..dunia forex..adalah dunia sebenar saya..
    9. cottage
      cottage
      bayar Cash lepas habis sesi 1utk guaranteed sesi ke -2 pula. 1st time jumpa takkan terus mintak duit kot ehehehe...

      * nak masuk ipta, kena bayar dulu....

      :rolleyes:
    10. cottage
      cottage
      masa lepak baca prelude forex market last week, terjumpa interview artikel nie di fxstreet.com..very interesting and affirmative ttg EUR VS USD..(understanding market sentiment, find the keyword)

      "The crisis has brought the ECB back to earth and the euro as well" – Joseph Trevisani

      Fri, May 21 2010, 08:55 GMT
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      “The EU and the ECB did an excellent job of preparing the world financial system for the euro and then maintained its value with a rigorous anti-inflation policy," says Joseph Trevisani, Chief Market Analyst at FX Solution. "Unfortunately much of that decade of work has been undone by the Greek crisis.”

      A decade after its inception, the Euro is facing the biggest challenge in its short life. After dominating the market , the unique currency is now experiencing difficult times and losing almost all of the gains reached in the past.

      In this exclusive interview, Trevisani states that the ECB should do structural changes to be more efficient in its crisis management: "The ECB independence and forcefulness against inflation of this past decade has been an anomaly. Central banks do not exist outside their political environment.”

      Joseph Trevisani is a respected and renowned fundamental analyst. Prior to joining the online trading industry he worked at Credit Suisse for 12 years in New York and Singapore as an interbank currency trader and trading desk manager.

      Asked about which currency will be the 'king' in the next ten years, Joseph answered without a shadow of a doubt: “USD”.

      The inception of the Euro took place in January 1999. What did the change from 11 different currencies to one mean for the currency market ?

      The biggest change was the reduction in volatility. When every European country had its own currency, the limited liquidity in many of the smaller ones almost guaranteed heavy volatility in any less than normal trading situation. Most of that trading interest is now concentrated on the euro.

      How did this event impact on the FX global market at that time and in the following years?

      It was initially feared that the advent of the euro would diminish interest in currency trading, that has not proved to be the case. Fortunately for currency trading the euro began at almost the same time as the internet. The growth in interest in currency trading was given a huge boost by the net and the retail firms that brought forex trading to every computer.

      What have been the most important challenges for the Euro in the last 10 years?

      The chief challenge for the euro was in establishing its credibility as a store of value and as a trading and funding currency. The EU and the ECB did an excellent job of preparing the world financial system for the euro and then maintained its value with a rigorous anti--inflation policy. Unfortunately much of that decade of work has been undone by the Greek crisis.

      Why has the Greek issue hurt so much the confidence in the Euro as a hegemonic currency? Is this damage profound or superficial?

      "The damage is specific to the euro and profound"


      The damage is specific to the euro and profound. For 80% of its existence the euro gained in value against the other major currencies. If you want to create a competitor to the dollars as a reserve currency there is no better way to go about the task than the way the ECB did.

      So you think that it has been doing his job well all these years...

      Yes, the ECB, until it was forced to bend in the Greek crisis, has been excellent. The success of the euro has been the proof.

      Then we can consider the Greek crisis as the first and real impasse for the European Central Bank.

      The ECB is no longer as independent as it was, its rate policy will now reflect wider economic needs that the simple inflation mandate of its charter. The ECB charter did not protect it when the first crisis struck, and it will not work in the future. The structural changes necessary in Europe to surmount (if indeed that is possible) this crisis will insure lower EMU economic growth over the next five years at least. Lower growth and lower interest rates will keep the euro weak.


      "Lower growth and lower interest rates will keep the euro weak"

      But the ECB is forced by law to control the Euro's stability as well as the inflation in the EMU, not the growth. Do you suggest this should be changed?

      Yes, the inflation mandate did limit the ECB effectiveness in the Greek crisis. Compare it with the near limitless activity of the US Federal Reserve in 2008 and 2009. The changes are already in train forced by the Greek crisis and demanded by the EU leadership. In reality the ECB independence and forcefulness against inflation of this past decade has been an anomaly. Central banks do not exist outside their political environment.

      How did the Euro co-existed with other majors currencies in the past?

      The story is in the trading rates. The ECB inflation focus, inherited and stiffened by the German Bundesbank, enabled it to dominate the decade. It gained against every major currency. The crisis has brought the ECB back to earth and the euro as well.

      Do you believe the Euro will reach parity with the Pound? Any option that UK become an Eurozone member?

      I do not think the sterling and the euro will reach parity. The euro would currently have to rise to 1.4800 versus the dollar to be at parity with the sterling or the sterling would have to fall to 1.2600, neither is likely. The UK will not enter the EMU.


      "The UK will not enter the EMU"

      Do you think the downtrend in the EUR/USD pair is due to risk aversion or is it because the USD is gaining strenght on its own?

      Since January the euro fall has been due almost exclusively to the Greek/EMU problem, which is part risk aversion and part judgment on the EMU economy and the euro. The recovery in the US economy, much in advance of Europe's, has been until now a minor factor. In the second half of the year those rationales will reverse. The EU/IMF Greek rescue will stabilize the EMU and the US economy will even more forcefully outstrip the EMU in GDP.

      So the 2010 currency King will be the...

      USD of course!

      That sounds logical, not the Euro.

      However, as I explained before, the Euro has been the king of the last decade.

      Tell me honestly, if somebody from FXstreet.com would have asked you the same question in 2000 which pair would have you chosen as the King of the decade to come?

      In 2000 I probably would have said the dollar because the euro was completely untried and no one had ever attempted to create a supra-national currency before and the US has a higher long term economic growth than the EMU.

      So, what is your bet for the next 10 years now?

      The dollar again, unless the yuan is floated.
    11. cottage
      cottage
      Those red fonts, adalah guidance yg saya akn find the keywordnya in bloomberg.com..just to understand market sentiment...

      The Trading Week
      The Trading Week: May 24 − May 28

      Sun, May 23 2010, 23:27 GMT
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      Become a better Forex trader, learn from our daily All Things Forex broadcast. May 23, 2010 (Allthingsforex.com) – The main gauge of economic activity and growth in the world’s largest economy, along with the U.S. consumer and housing market data, will take the center stage in the week ahead that could provide further evidence of investors’ willingness to “sell in May and go away”.

      In preparation for the new trading week, here is a look at the most important economic events that every currency trader should pay attention to.

      Monday, May 24 will begin with the Japanese All Industries Index of activity in all sectors of the economy, at 12:30 am, ET, and the Bank of Japan Monthly Bulletin on monetary policy, inflation and economic conditions, at 1:00 am, ET.

      The first spotlight event of the week- the U.S. Existing Home Sales, the main gauge of the condition of the U.S. housing market measuring the number of closed sales of previously constructed homes, condominiums and co-ops, will be released at 10:00 am, ET.

      As home buyers made the final push trying to take advantage of the tax credit before the April 30, 2010 deadline, the existing home sales could rise to 5.65 M in April from 5.4 M homes sold in March.

      The light on economic data day will conclude with the New Zealand Inflation Expectations survey on the inflation outlook of business executives, at 11:00 pm, ET.

      Tuesday, May 25 will start with the Swiss Consumption Indicator of consumer spending, at 2:00 am, ET.

      One of the major spotlight events of the week will follow with the release of the U.K. GDP- Gross Domestic Product, the main measure of economic activity and growth, at 4:30 am, ET, along with a leading indicator of the U.K. housing market- the British Bankers Association’s Mortgage Approvals Report, measuring the number of issued home loans, also at 4:30 am, ET.

      The U.K. economic growth in Q1 2010 is expected to be revised higher to 0.3% q/q from the preliminary estimate of 0.2% q/q.

      The Euro-zone Industrial Orders, a leading indicator of manufacturing activity, will come at 5:00 am, ET.

      The U.S. economic data will begin with the S&P/Case-Shiller National Home Price Index of the monthly changes in the average price of single-family homes in 20 metropolitan areas, at 9:00 am, ET.

      A spotlight event will follow with the release of the U.S. Consumer Confidence Index of consumers’ outlook on present and future economic conditions, at 10:00 am, ET. The trend of rising consumer confidence could continue with a reading of 58.3 in May, compared with 57.9 in the previous month.

      More U.S. economic reports will include the Richmond Fed Index of manufacturing activity in the Richmond Federal Reserve district, at 10:00 am, ET, and the U.S. House Price Index of the price changes of homes with mortgages backed by Fannie May and Freddie Mac, also at 10:00 am, ET.

      The day will end with the Bank of Japan Meeting Minutes from the last monetary policy meeting that may provide an outlook on the economy and the bank’s future monetary policy, at 7:50 pm, ET, along with the Japanese CSPI- Corporate Services Price Index, a measure of inflation experienced by corporations when purchasing services, also at 7:50 pm, ET.

      Wednesday, May 26 will begin with the German Gfk Group Consumer Climate Survey, an early indicator of economic conditions and consumer expectations, at 2:00 am, ET, and the U.K. Nationwide House Price Index of changes in home prices, also expected around 2:00 am, ET.

      The U.S economic data will start with a spotlight event- the U.S. Durable Goods Orders, a leading indicator of economic activity, measuring orders placed with domestic manufacturers for immediate and future delivery of factory hard goods, at 8:30 am, ET.

      Orders for durable goods are forecasted to increase to 1.4% in April from the March decline of 0.3%.

      More U.S economic reports will include a spotlight event- the U.S. New Home Sales, a gauge of housing market conditions measuring the number of newly constructed homes with a committed sale during the previous month, at 10:00 am, ET, and the EIA- Energy Information Administration Weekly Oil Inventories, at 10:30 am, ET.

      The second half of the U.S. housing data could show further signs of improvement in housing market activity, with the new home sales expected to rise from 411 K in March to 425 K in April.

      The day will conclude with a series of important economic data, beginning with the New Zealand Trade Balance of the difference between imports and exports, at 6:45 pm, ET.

      A spotlight event will follow with the release of the Japanese Trade Balance of the difference between imported and exported goods and services, at 7:50 pm, ET.

      With the Japanese industrial activity and exports picking up in Q1 2010, the trade surplus may rise above JPY 948.9 B in April.

      The Australian Leading Indicators of economic activity will wrap up the day at 8:00 pm, ET.

      Thursday, May 27 will start with the Swiss Employment Report, a measure of employment, labor market conditions and trends, at 3:15 am, ET.

      A notable report from the U.K. will follow with the release of the CBI- Confederation of British Industry Distributive Trades Survey of realized sales made by retailers and wholesalers, at 6:00 am, ET.

      The U.S. economic data will bring the main spotlight event of the week- the U.S. GDP- Gross Domestic Product, the most important measure of economic activity and growth in the world’s largest economy, at 8:30 am, ET.

      The U.S. economic growth in Q1 2010 is expected to be revised higher to 3.3% q/q compared with the preliminary estimate of 3.2% q/q.

      The U.S. reports will continue with the weekly Jobless Claims, a gauge of labor market conditions measuring new unemployment claims, at 8:30 am, ET, and the EIA- Energy Information Administration Natural Gas Inventories, at 10:30 am, ET.

      The day will conclude with a sequence of important economic data, beginning with the U.K. Consumer Confidence, a survey of consumers’ outlook on economic conditions, at 7:00 pm, ET.

      A major spotlight event- the Japanese CPI- Consumer Price Index, the main measure of inflation, will hit the newswires at 7:30 pm, ET, along with the Japanese Unemployment Rate and Household Spending, also at 7:30 pm, ET.

      The CPI report could show that deflation continues to pose threat to the Japanese economy with anticipated April national core CPI reading of -1.1%.

      The day will end with the Japanese Retail Sales, an important measure of consumer spending, at 7:50 pm, ET.

      Friday, May 28 will begin with the Swiss Trade Balance of the difference between imports and exports, at 2:15 am, ET, and the Swiss KOF Economic Barometer, a leading indicator of economic activity, at 5:30 am, ET.

      The Canadian Current Account of goods, services and transfer of payments into and out of the country will follow at 8:30 am, ET.

      One of the major spotlight events of the week will bring the U.S. Personal Income and Outlays, a measure of the income received and purchases made by consumers, released along with the Personal Consumption and Expenditures Deflator- a leading indicator of inflation preferred by the Fed because it measures a variable basket of goods and services, as opposed to the CPI-Consumer Price Index which measures a fixed basket of goods and services, both scheduled at 8:30 am, ET.

      The data is expected to show the U.S. consumers spending less at 0.3% m/m in April from 0.6% m/m in March, while the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge could signal subdued inflationary pressures below 2.0% y/y and only 0.1% m/m increase in the core PCE prices in April.

      The U.S. data will continue with the National Association of Purchasing Management – Chicago Index of economic conditions in the Chicago area, at 9:45 am, ET.

      The trading week will end with a spotlight event- the U.S. Consumer Sentiment, the University of Michigan’s monthly survey of 500 households on their financial conditions and outlook of the economy, scheduled at 9:55 am, ET.

      The index could confirm the trend of rising consumer sentiment with a reading of 73.7 in May, compared with the previous estimate of 73.3.
    12. cottage
      cottage
      :smile:
      Just wanna share...soalan cepuemas dr para newbies...

      Waktu yg Sesuai utk trade berdasarkan pengalaman saya....

      Kul 3.30pm hingga 6.30pm ---> Euro Session

      Kul 8.30pm hingga 11.00pm ---> US Session

      Perkara yg saya akan inform newbies bila belajar dgn saya

      1. Dont trade hari isnin
      2. Dont trade hari friday (pm) on every 1st week of the month
      3. Don't trade when the currency strength is neutral (mostly during asia session)

      Namun..terpulang kepada kepakaran masing2 apabila dah terror nnti..time yg saya proposed di atas sudah menjadi prinsip trading saya..
    13. fay_85
      fay_85
      adakah trade ni halal??and pas personal coaching..xde ke support ka??
    14. cottage
      cottage
      isu halal haram dah byk kali di bincangkan di forum sebelah..terpulang pada pandangan individu..saya ada pendirian saya sendiri dan saya yakin halal...

      support ada kat ym atau nak face to face balik pun boleh..charge hanya RM 100 sekali masa mula2 coaching itu shj.
    15. fay_85
      fay_85
      wow..area gombak leh x??u mmg fulltime foorex trader ker??blh cite pglmn x skit??
    16. cottage
      cottage
      (dah ada dlm post #2..saya copy paste..detail contact ada di post #1

      sy part time trader..trade forex utk retirement fund dan support duit keta dan duit rumah everymonth...selebihnya belanja2 ehehehe...kelas nie utk newbie shj:rolleyes:)


      Sedikit pengenalan ttg diri saya..

      saya mula kenal forex pada august August 2007...masa tue tgh plan cari jalan lain sbb dah boring jual unit trust public mutual..yer lah, asyek buat cold calling, jumpa org, belanja teh tarik, last2 tak melabur pun..hampeh..

      Modal Pertama forex saya is : usd 1000 ajer. belajar sendiri di cg dan mula trade live dgn stochastic, MA, SAR.alhamdulillah. bulan pertama dan kedua dapat 50% permonth.

      pernah juga loss dlm trade..dr modal 1000USD naik mencecah 3000USD ..at one time, float 500USD then Cut Loss!!! menggigil buang duit rm1.7k++ click mouse jek.

      masa tu baru saya perasan...utk trade, tak kira lah whatever teknik kita pakai with or without chart, mesti faham market sentiment..what drives the pair..saya mula start mendalami stories dkt actionforex, dailyfx, bloomberg(breaking news) dan dukascopy. forex factory pun hanya utk schedule ajer..dr situ juga saya mula belajar ngan ********* ttg currency strength concept dia...alhamdullillah..ilmunya sgt mujarab..cuma, saya tak sempat belajar lebih mendalam lagi dgn dia...

      saya sgt menekankan market sentiment, S & R dan price action dlm cara trade saya. Teknikal analisis saya lebih kepada memahami maksud "price hesitation" dlm candlestick pattern.. That's y saya hanya open class utk newbie shj...only for serius newbie..yg otai2 dah terror part nie..

      saya tak berminat nak screen shot account history ...kalau ada sapa nak tgk, jumpa saya utk tgk di laptop...kang saya paste di sini, ramai kata saya ciplak.

      sekian..
      Last edited: May 24, 2010
    17. myhafeez
      myhafeez
      bro minat ni...tapi i ddk johor la,,,
    18. cottage
      cottage
      kalau u willing to..online pun bley..:rolleyes:
    19. cottage
      cottage
      USD & JPY alligned today...those yg basket trade...mesti beribu2 pips collect..

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