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1  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Kraken Review - Exchange Features, Trading Fees, and Security on: June 23, 2019, 07:56:27 PM
Ive been using kraken for a while.

I Use it because of the options to margin trade Btc, Eth, xrp at 5x leverage.  The information it provides regarding positions as well as having a variety of order types I think is awesome and one of the best.

It is a old school, established exchange with a excellent security record and has good liquidity.

It also allows you to trade euro/usd/yen pairs

Its fee structure is expensive, unless you have achieved a significant trading volume amount which is the only downside for me.

2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is margin trading worth checking out? on: June 17, 2019, 10:29:46 AM
This is a copy of an earlier post I made regarding margin, hopefully it will make sense in understanding margin trading a little bit.


Hello All

I've noticed that margin trading questions keep popping up on this forum and there seems to be a lot of misconceptions, misunderstanding regarding this issue as well as just lack of knowledge.  I totally understand this as I struggled to understand margin trading and the issues surrounding it when I first started to trade, so a helping hand from me to those learning to trade and wanting to know more and understand margin trading.

I will provide an analogy in regards to MT (margin trading), in a way that hopefully makes sense to you as it did to me.

I'm sure you have probably you have heard that MT amplifies your gains and losses.  Lets see how purchasing with and without MT effects your account balance and the risks and rewards involved with MT.

The analogy I am going to use is the purchase of a house using a loan/mortgage, as the principle is similar to trading crypto with margin.  This is a transaction many of us make in some points of our lives so understand it better.

You decide to buy a house worth 100k.  Your bank requires a 10% deposit (10k).

You are therefore looking to buy this house on ratio of 10/1 (or another way of saying it is on a leverage of 10/1)

If the bank had required 20% you would be buying at a ratio of 5/1 (leverage of 5/1).

Your initial deposit (or MARGIN) for the house is 10k and this is what your bank requires and will use as a risk mitigating factor to avoid its potential loss on its loan to you (expained later).

lets say your house price after a few months after purchase has increases by 10% to 110k.

So your initial investment was 10k and your house has now risen in value by 10k.  You have therefore made a 100% profit (ROI) on your initial capital investment if you were to now sell the house.  Hoorayyy you have made an awesome investment.

If the house had risen by 1% or say 5% (to 101k or 105k) you would have made a profit/return on investment (ROI) of 10% (1k) or 50% (5k) on your initial investment of 10k.

Now Lets look at if you purchased the house with no loan from the bank (NO deposit/margin) using a full 100k you had saved from work.

Again the value has increased by say 1%, 5% or 10% to (101k or 105k or 110k).  The profit you have made would have been either 1k, 5k or 10k.  So a ROI of 1%, 5% or 10% on a 100k initial investment.  You can immediately see even though your returns were the SAME! your ROI was way LESS with this method of purchase due to the larger amount of capital you used to purchase the house.

Now lets look at the opposite scenario.

The house price starts to decline for whatever reason.

You purchased on a leverage of 10/1 (10k yours 90k bank).

a 1% decrease (house price 99k), 5% decrease (house price 95k), 10% decrease (house price 90k).

If the above scenarios occurred you would have lost 10%, 50% or a total loss of 100% respectively on your initial capital of 10K!!! damn wiped out completely with 10% move against you so no more buying for you!!!

If you had used NO money from the bank and purchased the house with 100k of saved funds.

a 1%, 5% or 10% decrease would have reduced your capital investment by 1k, 5k or 10k respectively, therefore you would be left with 99k, 95k or 90k.

Below is the loss you would occur if you have used different leverage (borrowing ratios) and subsequently (DIFFERENT deposit/MARGIN allowance amounts) with a 10k investment and the price decreases.

10/1 (10k yours 90k bank) 1% decrease =1k loss=10% loss on initial investment=9k
50/1 (2k yours 98k bank) 1% decrease =1k loss=50% loss on initial investment=1k
100/1 (1k yours 99 bank) 1% decrease=1k loss=100% loss on investment=0

As you can see in the third scenario a 1% decrease would have wiped out 100% of your 1k deposit/margin allowance due to the highly borrowed ratio (leverage) amount.

The BIG question most ask is what happens if the decrease in value is more than your initial investment!!!!.  Well let me tell you something, before that even happens the bank will forcefully sell the property as soon as the decrease is close to (60/80%) your initial investment amount and will certainly avoid ANY LOSS to their balance sheet and borrowed amount.  To add insult to injury, they will return a small balance leftover (usually not very much at all after they have taken all their fees to sell your house in an emergency).

Lets now look at a different scenario and say you want to purchase flats worth 30k each instead of a house, and the bank still lends at a ratio (leverage) of  10/1.  The bank therefore requires a 3k initial deposit (or margin required) per flat (3k yours 27k bank).

With your initial 10k you can purchase 3 flats on 10/1 leverage and still have 1k left over.

You have now made multiple purchases using your same 10k deposit and are still looking for another investment for your 1k that is remaining.

Now relating the above to trading crypto using margin.  The principle is exactly the same, you are borrowing to buy or sell a larger position using a small deposit in your account (margin allowance).  You can open one position or multiple positions depending on the leverage you use and an amount from your account will be used as a deposit by the exchange (or otherwise known as USED MARGIN ALLOWANCE allocated to that buy or sell position by your exchange).  If the position moves against you significantly (60/70% decrease), you will receive a margin allowance call (the exchange WARNING you) to say your allocated MARGIN/deposit is low according to their requirements.  They will allow you do close the position or ask you to increase your MARGIN/DEPOSIT by adding more funds

BTC is currently at $8300, to buy or sell 1 full BTC using MARGIN and different LEVERAGE options

a 5/1 position will require $1660 as your margin deposit (1/5th of the total position) - (a 20% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 10/1 position will require $830 as your margin deposit  (1/10th of the total position) -(a 10% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 50/1 position will require $166 as your margin deposit (1/50th of the total position) -(a 2% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 100/1 position will require $83 as your margin deposit (1/100th of the total position) -(a 1% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)

As you can see, you can buy ONE WHOLE bitcoin with only $83 on 100/1 leverage!!!before you get all happy, you need to understand price will only need to move 1% against you, for you to be liquidated by the exchange.


A LIQUIDATION will occur when the exchange forcefully sells your position due to insufficient margin/deposit in your account for that position you opened that has moved against you significantly, and therefore the exchange recovers their borrowed funds from you.  You will get liquidated before you reach a complete loss (known as bankrupt price).

You should not be getting Liquidated or even risk liquidation.  If you are, you are very likely trading incorrectly.  (unless high risk is part of your strategy and you position size accordingly)

Margin trading is something all professionals use and is a step up from normal trading.  As you can see you can buy (go long) or sell (go short) on a larger position using a small amount.

Most professionals usually DO NOT RISK more than 5% of their TOTAL account per trade.  Your risk/loss tolerance should be strongly taken into account when margin trading.


3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What exchanges support Stop Loss Limit? on: June 16, 2019, 12:52:14 PM
Every exchange has either a stop loss limit or stop loss.

Kraken supports stop loss and does not have the stop limit function.

I think the more experienced traders prefer stop loss over stop limit as it guarantees order placement in all situations especially high volatile moves
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: UK Banks - that allow you to buy crypto? on: June 16, 2019, 12:46:18 PM
LLoyds has always been good for me, have never had any issues in the past making a sepa to kraken.

Mind you I haven't made a transfer now for a few months.
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: SignalProfits? on: June 15, 2019, 01:07:50 PM
All signal groups 100% are all pump and dump groups.

The lead trader is the one who has the most advantage as he gets in at the very bottom and sells at the very top.

like the earlier post, said the lead trader will normally exit before everybody else to lock in profits.

I have traded for less than a year and I have gained a lot of knowledge on how to trade buy actually trading, learning from my mistakes and educating my self on a daily basis.  The free resources to learn on the internet especially youtube is incredible.

I would advise not to sign to any signal groups (pump or dumps) or paid subscriptions of ANY sort.  If these traders were so profitable why do they need your money? to offset their trading risk most likely thats why.

The best way to spend your money is to actually trade, start small and see your losses as education fees.  All the very best traders have blown multiple accounts before they became profitable.
6  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Binance UK (Jersey) Question on: June 13, 2019, 11:28:09 PM
You can use a stable coin like tether or true usd as they serve the exact same purpose.

You may only want to transfer to jersey or another exchange that allows fiat withdrawals to your bank, when you actually want to to make the transfer to your bank
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / MARGIN TRADING explained for newbies, noobs, new traders. on: June 13, 2019, 11:06:10 PM
Hello All

I've noticed that margin trading questions keep popping up on this forum and there seems to be a lot of misconceptions, misunderstanding regarding this issue as well as just lack of knowledge.  I totally understand this as I struggled to understand margin trading and the issues surrounding it when I first started to trade, so a helping hand from me to those learning to trade and wanting to know more and understand margin trading.

I will provide an analogy in regards to MT (margin trading), in a way that hopefully makes sense to you as it did to me.

I'm sure you have probably you have heard that MT amplifies your gains and losses.  Lets see how purchasing with and without MT effects your account balance and the risks and rewards involved with MT.

The analogy I am going to use is the purchase of a house using a loan/mortgage, as the principle is similar to trading crypto with margin.  This is a transaction many of us make in some points of our lives so understand it better.

You decide to buy a house worth 100k.  Your bank requires a 10% deposit (10k).

You are therefore looking to buy this house on ratio of 10/1 (or another way of saying it is on a leverage of 10/1)

If the bank had required 20% you would be buying at a ratio of 5/1 (leverage of 5/1).

Your initial deposit (or MARGIN) for the house is 10k and this is what your bank requires and will use as a risk mitigating factor to avoid its potential loss on its loan to you (expained later).

lets say your house price after a few months after purchase has increases by 10% to 110k.

So your initial investment was 10k and your house has now risen in value by 10k.  You have therefore made a 100% profit (ROI) on your initial capital investment if you were to now sell the house.  Hoorayyy you have made an awesome investment.

If the house had risen by 1% or say 5% (to 101k or 105k) you would have made a profit/return on investment (ROI) of 10% (1k) or 50% (5k) on your initial investment of 10k.

Now Lets look at if you purchased the house with no loan from the bank (NO deposit/margin) using a full 100k you had saved from work.

Again the value has increased by say 1%, 5% or 10% to (101k or 105k or 110k).  The profit you have made would have been either 1k, 5k or 10k.  So a ROI of 1%, 5% or 10% on a 100k initial investment.  You can immediately see even though your returns were the SAME! your ROI was way LESS with this method of purchase due to the larger amount of capital you used to purchase the house.

Now lets look at the opposite scenario.

The house price starts to decline for whatever reason.

You purchased on a leverage of 10/1 (10k yours 90k bank).

a 1% decrease (house price 99k), 5% decrease (house price 95k), 10% decrease (house price 90k).

If the above scenarios occurred you would have lost 10%, 50% or a total loss of 100% respectively on your initial capital of 10K!!! damn wiped out completely with 10% move against you so no more buying for you!!!

If you had used NO money from the bank and purchased the house with 100k of saved funds.

a 1%, 5% or 10% decrease would have reduced your capital investment by 1k, 5k or 10k respectively, therefore you would be left with 99k, 95k or 90k.

Below is the loss you would occur if you have used different leverage (borrowing ratios) and subsequently (DIFFERENT deposit/MARGIN allowance amounts) with a 10k investment and the price decreases.

10/1 (10k yours 90k bank) 1% decrease =1k loss=10% loss on initial investment=9k
50/1 (2k yours 98k bank) 1% decrease =1k loss=50% loss on initial investment=1k
100/1 (1k yours 99 bank) 1% decrease=1k loss=100% loss on investment=0

As you can see in the third scenario a 1% decrease would have wiped out 100% of your 1k deposit/margin allowance due to the highly borrowed ratio (leverage) amount.

The BIG question most ask is what happens if the decrease in value is more than your initial investment!!!!.  Well let me tell you something, before that even happens the bank will forcefully sell the property as soon as the decrease is close to (60/80%) your initial investment amount and will certainly avoid ANY LOSS to their balance sheet and borrowed amount.  To add insult to injury, they will return a small balance leftover (usually not very much at all after they have taken all their fees to sell your house in an emergency).

Lets now look at a different scenario and say you want to purchase flats worth 30k each instead of a house, and the bank still lends at a ratio (leverage) of  10/1.  The bank therefore requires a 3k initial deposit (or margin required) per flat (3k yours 27k bank).

With your initial 10k you can purchase 3 flats on 10/1 leverage and still have 1k left over.

You have now made multiple purchases using your same 10k deposit and are still looking for another investment for your 1k that is remaining.

Now relating the above to trading crypto using margin.  The principle is exactly the same, you are borrowing to buy or sell a larger position using a small deposit in your account (margin allowance).  You can open one position or multiple positions depending on the leverage you use and an amount from your account will be used as a deposit by the exchange (or otherwise known as USED MARGIN ALLOWANCE allocated to that buy or sell position by your exchange).  If the position moves against you significantly (60/70% decrease), you will receive a margin allowance call (the exchange WARNING you) to say your allocated MARGIN/deposit is low according to their requirements.  They will allow you do close the position or ask you to increase your MARGIN/DEPOSIT by adding more funds

BTC is currently at $8300, to buy or sell 1 full BTC

a 5/1 position will require $1660 as your margin deposit  (20% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 10/1 position will require $830 as your margin deposit  (10% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 50/1 position will require $166 as your margin deposit  (2% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)
a 100/1 position will require $83 as your margin deposit  (1% negative swing in price for total loss of funds)


A LIQUIDATION will occur when the exchange forcefully sells your position due to insufficient margin/deposit in your account for that position you opened that has moved against you significantly, and therefore the exchange recovers their borrowed funds from you.  You will get liquidated before you reach a complete loss (known as bankrupt price).

Margin trading is something all professionals use and is a step up from normal trading.  As you can see you can buy (go long) or sell (go short) on a larger position using a small amount.

Most professionals usually DO NOT RISK more than 5% of their TOTAL account per trade.  Your risk/loss tolerance should be strongly taken into account when margin trading.






8  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is margin trading worth checking out? on: June 11, 2019, 09:05:20 PM
Yes it is worth it and is definitely worth learning about it.

Any person who is a serious trader margin trades.

I would recommend kraken.

Knowledge is key however.   As in my case the best and quickest way I leaned was to try it. I would say start of with a very small balance, familiarise yourself with the various orders, margin allowance, liquidation etc, and then work your way up when you are ready.
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Would like to start trading. Looking for tips!!!! on: June 11, 2019, 08:50:26 PM
The way I see learning to trade is like investing in a business, education and career all at the same time.  The majority of people invest in those things to better themselves and do not see it as a loss.  You should not see your initial loss in trading as losses rather see it as education, investing in yourself and a potential future career or investment.

I believe in jumping in the deep end tbh.

I would say start by educating yourself about trading, charting, strategies and various indicators people use as well as margin trading. (youtube and the internet has everything you need to learn for free imo)

Sign up to 2/3 reputable exchanges and deposit small amounts of money only!! (as your learning to trade balance), one of these exchanges should allow margin trading.

Set yourself a ROI on your acccount balance of between 10% growth for the first year.  You will need to work out daily/weekly/monthly targets to achieve your goal.  You will need to understand trading risk to reward, position sizing, and have knowledge of stop loss placement and strategy.

If you can achieve 10% in the first year that will be a great achievement and you will be one of the winning 5%


10  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How to Sell USDT? on: August 22, 2018, 06:38:52 PM
You do not have to exchange to USDT (otherwise known as tether)


Send your BTC back to a FIAT exchange that you probably used initially, (an exchange that has a BTC/USD pairing, like COINBASE/BITSTAMP/KRAKEN/BITFINEX plus many others).


Sell your BTC direct to USD and withdraw if required.


Hope this helps
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What is your opinions about today's trading? on: August 20, 2018, 06:21:24 PM
The truth is Crypto has great opportunities to make very good amounts of money EVERY single day!!

The reality is, are you experienced and skilful enough.

You can make good money by just trading one coin ONLY!!!  like ETH, BTC.

Coins like ETH make moves of 10/20 points per day MULTIPLE times on some days!!!

A 20 point move with 50 ETH is $1000.

All you need is a margin/leverage account with $2000/3000, very good trading knowlege and skill.  Willing to take on greater risk for greater reward than other normal investments.

12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Today $150 loss from storm coin in binance , now what i will do? please help on: August 10, 2018, 06:41:21 AM
No offence to many on here, but I think a lot of the guys on here don't know what the F*** they are talking about or are just full of C***


This post shows exactly why you should not take advice of some internet mugs.  

The correct answer woud have been to have a stop at maximum of between 3/10% of the position value.

Look at the price now!! its a seventh of what it was then, its absolutley tanked.

13  Economy / Speculation / Re: Why we will see $50k Bitcoin end of year on: August 06, 2018, 09:13:48 PM
If you look at BTC in Jan 2017 it was $1000


it increased by 2000% 20 times gain.


BTC would ONLY need to increase 700% 7 times gain to hit $50,000 or ($49,000) at current prices.



My opinion, it is very unlikely.  The ETF WILL get rejected!! and their will be a move down to $4/5k







14  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What is your trading style? on: August 06, 2018, 07:40:28 PM
I've used a few different strategies at different times depending on what was going on.  My technique doesn't involve a whole lot of technical analysis...has more to do with an active understanding of the coin and its market dynamics. I think some good advice is to be plugged into the communities and not spread yourself thin as far as what you're paying attention too.  It allows you to have a better reaction time if you're going to be an active trader and understand what's behind the ups and downs.  Also, I only trade with a portion of my bag.  Ultimately, I believe in the coin and want to get more of it...not looking to cash out short term.  If that's your motive as well, one bad trade can hurt you a lot, so I only trade with 20-25% of my bag.

Generally, if the market is bullish where I feel there could be a decent swing up, I set several high sell orders in front of larger sell orders in hopes that the market will pump to those levels and give me time to check whats going and decide whether to try arbitrage, swing trade, or a quick turnaround daytrade while the large orders get eaten up.  If I do swing/daytrade it, I'll usually only look to make 5-10% or less and then find a new higher position to set.  If I think its going to pump higher (50-100%+), I might put one high order in, but generally I'll just HODL that thing until I feel it's peaked and sell most of it, hanging onto a bit in case it goes higher.

On downturns, it's kind of the same thing in reverse.  I'll set some lower buys at various levels (above larger orders), and if they fill I'll generally try to make 2-3% on a low sell order and then set a lower price buy order in again.

In flat portions, I'll use both strategies to just make those 1-5% plays in either direction and try to stay sort of close to the top of both buy/sell books.  I usually won't have my whole trading bag out there either, in case things shift suddenly, which can definitely happen in crypto.

There are exceptions where I might do something different depending on why the price is going up or down, but in general that's what's worked best.  And of course, don't be too greedy, and have some patience.   Also, don't be afraid to take some small losses.  If you sold/bought too early, and the market is still moving quick, find a way to get out of the position and make it up with a better trade later on.

Full disclosure/disclaimer...I only have been trading crypto for like a month or two, but I've over tripled my trading bag doing the stuff above.




If your strategy is working great, I think I will try and give it a go to see if it works.  It sounds quite similar like a scalping technique where you place your buys or sells above support and resistence as sometimes price action will occasionally pierce through the S/R before moving in the opposite direction.


Another technique i occasionally use is the retracement strategy.  When a coin is in a consistent long term downtrend or uptrend (say last 50/100 trading days), I look at the Previous retracement value in satoshis, tether or USD.  If the the differnece between the previous swing high and swing low is say $100, I anticpate the next retracement may likely be similar between say between $90/$120. 


I will then place buy or sell orders accordingly.  It may surprise you, a simple trading strategy is more effective than you think.


I think consistent account growth is proof and verifies if your strategy is successful or not in the end however.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / What is your trading style? on: August 05, 2018, 11:46:27 AM
It would be interesting to know what your trading methods and style are?  and how successful your strategy is?

I have been trading for less than a year.  At the momement I mostly like to trade BTC and ETH due to the 5* leverage on Kraken.

Up until now, I have been trying to be a trend reversal trader.   I mostly try and use RSI divergence on various timeframes (however prefer 4h) in undersold and oversold conditions, as well as using the MACD and the histogram as complimentary tools.

The histogram IMO is one of the earliest indicators for a change in trend that I know off.

I also use EMA 12/26 (cradle zone , area between the two EMA's) as support and resistence, as price action frequently bounces of these averages.

Over the last few months I have been trying to learn the breakout/breakdown Strategy.  When the price becomes very very tight and within a narrow range it is usually followed by an explosive break up or down.  Knowing the important suppport and resistence (for me i use the 4hr/daily) and then anticipating, if and when they get broken will very likely result in significant price movement in that direction following accordingly.

I lastly look at the Vwap and use it similar to the EMA's becuase many many traders use vwap too for entries and exits.





16  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The major reason why suicide traders donít use stop loss on: August 04, 2018, 07:19:43 PM
My last 3/4  trades I was stopped out on all occasions, and the market turned in my favour on all the occasions lol...

Rather than have made an easy $1000+ dollors im down about $300/400.  Its happened to me a number of times this last month..


I have been trying to analyse and see what I could have done differently, What were my mistakes etc.

My trading style is to try and catch trend/move reversals.  I Favour undersold/oversold RSI divergence etc as well as try to catch the pullbacks of sharp/sudden moves. Like the ETC pump yesterday.  I shorted ETC at 14.50, could have taken $100 profit but was convinced it was going to go down further... I was stopped out a bit later at 14.85... AND then it reversed down to 13.69 something.... so was well annoyed.

Placing a stoploss can be very tricky, and in my case, I placed too close to price action which resulted in a loss rather than profit.

Not placing as stop loss is extremly dangerous too, especially with crypto as coins can drop 20%+ in value within no time, however out of the two scenarios I think having stops is a must, like the previous OP said.  It helps with the emotions, you accepting a small calculated loss, allows you to trade another day!!!



17  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: S/R trading on: August 02, 2018, 10:30:51 PM
I disagree that you can not only use support and resistance by its own..

In fact many successful traders only use S/R for their trading as well as using price action.

I agree It is important to make decisions using different time frames when analysing S/R.

You can learn a lot by looking at a chart with candlesticks ONLY.

Ive come to desicions and was able to analyse more quickly by just looking at a candlestick only chart on occasions.










18  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: S/R trading on: August 02, 2018, 09:26:33 PM
On trading view you can save multiple charts.

A good idea is to have all the indicators you use on different charts.

Ie have one chart with only S/R, have another with the RSI/MACD and S/R

maybe a third with other popular indicators such as Bollinger bands, moving averages (sma/ema's etc),

I think understanding S/R is key to profitable trading too.


subscribe to the chartguys on youtube ( you'll understand him after a few months), his main trading ideas rely on S/R.



19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What's your favorite exchange? on: August 02, 2018, 06:55:05 PM
Kraken is my favourite...


It has a reasonable selection of coins to trade with the most common fiat pairs.  It has been established for a very long time ( from the first group of crypto exchanges).  It is based in the uk, Germany.   As with most exchanges (bar coinbase and a few others maybe), it is not regulated by a national body as far as I am aware (neither is Binance, bittrex).


you can place advanced orders like stop buy and stop sell as well as take profit orders!! the first two are very good if a strong break above or below a certain price is likely or predicted.


you can trade most coins with usd, euro, gbp etc.  The liquidity is fairly good.


Most importantly is allows margin trading on about 5/6 coins.   Btc/Eth with 5* leverage, the others etc, xmr, rep 2* leverage


With a verified level 4 account you margin trade upto $50,000 of borrowed funds, For level 2 $500 (excellent for newbies to learn) level 3 upto $5000 of borrowed funds.





20  Economy / Trading Discussion / Why are their no stickies for common questions on this board??? on: August 02, 2018, 06:28:34 PM
Ive been back on these forums for over a week, many of the same questions are getting repeatedly asked


Which coins to buy?

How to trade?

Exchange questions?

Blah, Blah , Blah

Now im not knocking newbies, as We were all newbies once.   However stickies topics are a must!  which will make this a more enjoyable and good discussion forum. Plus many answers will be readily available members.







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