Hallimax posted: I will be trading for the rest of my life. I have always had a desire to trade ever since I started investing in shares over 20 years ago. I found forex and commodities and was sucked in immediately. Once you have your capital, guard it with your life!!! Master the risks, never gamble. Build a strategy that fits your trading personality, what works for one doesn't necessarily mean it will work for you, unless you are copying some automated trading system. Never give up, know that success comes from the sustained pursuit.
Could not agree more (with your whole post that is)... most people claim the risk .. while they do have a job, betting everything on a single paycheck that may (or may not) come next month.
losing a single trade is part of the business and nothing really serious, losing the paycheck can be life-ending in today's society, so Yes, trading is definitely the better choice.
there are some aspects in terms of morality, but hey we are just VERY small fish in a very very big pond ;)
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