This applies too to all accounts I manage, PATIENT. With Patient your are guaranteed profits daily. It might seem easy but not that easy, I spend almost 16 hours daily, inside those hours, i'm looking for opportunity, and even if it take the last few hours to get one, i make very good use of it to get profits. Just be patient and you will always hit profits, Cheers.
Don’t let your emotion raid in your trading because it will make you take wrong decision that has a negative impact on your trading. So, flourish your trading with superiority and well-defined strategy.
Last month I only had 3 trades. I was patient and each of the trades brought me a profit. I agree with the topic creator that patience is the key to consistency. Just think that 3 trades can give you 10.9% profit per month instead of dozens of trades that will make you nervous.
MarcellusLux posted: Last month I only had 3 trades. I was patient and each of the trades brought me a profit. I agree with the topic creator that patience is the key to consistency. Just think that 3 trades can give you 10.9% profit per month instead of dozens of trades that will make you nervous.
Oh impressive. How many sedative pills did you have to drink during this period?? 😄😄😄 I'm kidding, dude. But the results are really impressive. My inner evil trader is jealous of you a little bit.
Quality is more important than quantity, trading forex is unique, this is different from traditional buying and selling in the market, although traders make hundreds of position order but if lack quality the result will only loss, but one order get the best price and timing the profit can be higher.
Oh sure. First of all, the quality of trading is important. Although there are times when you can be profitable and purely on a huge number of orders, where profits win. Although this is not a good way to become richer.
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