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Forex Amount

Roberto21
Jan 18 2020 at 17:04
364 posts
which amount is more appropriate for new Forex trader , it depends on how much basic knowledge he acquired including practicing, if any newcomer go thorough all basic level of trading with live experience for 6 month , i think he has the capability to reduce unfortunate losses and risk.    

forex_trader_[795593]
Jan 20 2020 at 05:35
32 posts
For the beginner, it would be probably be the best for them to start with demo account and get dabbled with various variables and understanding those variables.
Once they get comfortable with making profits, they can start with real account. For that, it would be best for them to try Micro account - basically you can deposit minimum deposit - say $50, even $5 is fine (based on broker's conditions) and start facing the reality.

peter_fx
Jan 20 2020 at 12:03
21 posts
fancydandy posted:
For the beginner, it would be probably be the best for them to start with demo account and get dabbled with various variables and understanding those variables.
Once they get comfortable with making profits, they can start with real account. For that, it would be best for them to try Micro account - basically you can deposit minimum deposit - say $50, even $5 is fine (based on broker's conditions) and start facing the reality.

I agree with you. Even I think that the first step after one’s done with the learning part, should be using a demo account. That makes one aware of the practicality of this field, which is a great help when one starts with a real account to trade.

EmilioV
Jan 20 2020 at 14:32
11 posts
First step has to be demo. Forex is so complex that it needs a lot of practice. Even learning how to use the Meta trader platform is hard enough

Betty_60
Jan 21 2020 at 11:39
41 posts
Roberto21 posted:
which amount is more appropriate for new Forex trader , it depends on how much basic knowledge he acquired including practicing, if any newcomer go thorough all basic level of trading with live experience for 6 month , i think he has the capability to reduce unfortunate losses and risk.    

I agree, practice and learning are quite important. As far as the trading amount is concerned, I think every beginner should start with a low capital and then gradually give it a rise. Starting with a rush is of no use.

peter_fx
Jan 24 2020 at 07:50
21 posts
Betty_60 posted:
I agree, practice and learning are quite important. As far as the trading amount is concerned, I think every beginner should start with a low capital and then gradually give it a rise. Starting with a rush is of no use.

True, going slow and consistent will only make one win

Mirakelv
Jan 24 2020 at 21:01
23 posts
Minimum amount as some people already said it's some minimum deposit on so many levels out there that I really can't go on with that matter anyway. How else we can go for that matter anyway? Can we check it out? Be sure to make it.

downtown
Jan 30 2020 at 10:36
26 posts
fancydandy posted:
For the beginner, it would be probably be the best for them to start with demo account and get dabbled with various variables and understanding those variables.
Once they get comfortable with making profits, they can start with real account. For that, it would be best for them to try Micro account - basically you can deposit minimum deposit - say $50, even $5 is fine (based on broker's conditions) and start facing the reality.

That sounds really reasonable. I have to agree with you on this!

vontogr (togr)
Jan 30 2020 at 13:06
4862 posts
Roberto21 posted:
which amount is more appropriate for new Forex trader , it depends on how much basic knowledge he acquired including practicing, if any newcomer go thorough all basic level of trading with live experience for 6 month , i think he has the capability to reduce unfortunate losses and risk.    

A lot of traders starts with like $1,000
with expectations to make enough for living
obviously it leads to over trading
which leads to loss
which leads either to new deposit of 1,000 and loss
or leaving forex completely
It is possible to trade with 1,000 or even $100 but you can't expect to make enough for living

Dorofeev
Feb 07 2020 at 14:38
20 posts
I assume we can make something like your few thousands deposit with that matter. I do hope you already set it out to make it cause it clearly doesn't possible to make it bigger no matter how bad do you want it. Say big thanks for that.

momo3HC
Feb 09 2020 at 22:07
267 posts
Roberto21 posted:
which amount is more appropriate for new Forex trader , it depends on how much basic knowledge he acquired including practicing, if any newcomer go thorough all basic level of trading with live experience for 6 month , i think he has the capability to reduce unfortunate losses and risk.    

Everything between $500 and $1000 is fine.

Draggyr
Feb 12 2020 at 18:30
25 posts
That could be a hundred dollars - if you know how to work - the amount is not so important. It's only important if you're counting on a specific financial result.

Oghmage
Feb 13 2020 at 18:19
23 posts
It's as simple as that:
- assess your capabilities
- decided on the final result (monthly income).
- go ahead!!!

Jalath
Feb 16 2020 at 10:00
24 posts
It seems to me that with an account less than 1000 you have nothing to do here at all, because you will be constantly worried about a small free margin left or you will be limited to a small number of deals - it is not interesting at all plus it does not bring much money.

Jack Smith (GlobalScalper)
Feb 16 2020 at 17:21
57 posts
If a trader trades on real account over 1 year the trader will understand himself how much deposit is suitable for him.

Duzragore
Feb 17 2020 at 17:18
27 posts
It all depends on how much you want to earn plus it's worth calculating how much in percentages you manage to earn in a month - based on that you'll understand the sum total.

Kathri
Feb 18 2020 at 19:58
24 posts
it all depends on your abilities, of course, but I tried for a long time with small amounts of money and it did not work once I increased the capital to several thousand - the dynamics went immediately and was able to maintain stable statistics

Diego99
Feb 19 2020 at 09:45
11 posts
As much as you think you can risk. Always separate the amount from what is required for your livelihood.

richard2
Feb 20 2020 at 08:16
38 posts
Better to decide that yourself depending on your risk tolerance levels. An amount may be big for one trader and small for another, so you should yourself decide.

Cordardred (Cordardred)
Feb 25 2020 at 19:25
23 posts
The more the better - but only if you understand what you're doing and channel your capital in the right direction.

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