Posts by JoeSoap
When to go "Live" In New Traders Aug 12 2011 at 10:51
Thanks alot for the inspiration Sarah...:-) Thanks for the thoughts James and Ja..... I will go live with a small account soon..and try out to settle the 'nerves' and emotions of live trading... Cheers, Joe
When to go "Live" In New Traders Aug 07 2011 at 17:11
Thanks ALL for the great advice above, and agree fully that a demo account is much different to going LIVE. So...I'll start very small...micro or nano live account as suggested, and take it from there after a Live trial for 6 months or so... ;-) I must say I enjoy both the mental and psychological challanges faces in FX Trading and hope to one day do this full time - within the next 5 years that is if all goes really well. By the Way, I just bought "Trading in the Zone" today....thanks for the advice 'sharpforex' :-) Looks like agreat read....
Lets see your open trades ;-)
When to go "Live" In New Traders Aug 04 2011 at 10:52
A question for those experienced traders out there - who are making consistent gains - over the years.... : When do you know you're ready to go live? I'm demo'ing my account, a combo of EA and manual...and doing OK so far... Any thoughts?
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