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momo3HC

Member Since Oct 20, 2018  90 posts momo3HC Feb 09 at 22:07
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.

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Draggyr

Member Since Oct 21, 2019  5 posts Draggyr Feb 12 at 18:30
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

Member Since Sep 26, 2019  8 posts Oghmage Feb 13 at 18:19
It's as simple as that:
- assess your capabilities
- decided on the final result (monthly income).
- go ahead!!!

Jalath

Member Since Aug 16, 2019  6 posts Jalath Feb 16 at 10:00
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.

GlobalScalper

Member Since Jul 08, 2019  20 posts Jack Smith (GlobalScalper) Feb 16 at 17:21
If a trader trades on real account over 1 year the trader will understand himself how much deposit is suitable for him.

Duzragore

Member Since May 16, 2019  15 posts Duzragore Feb 17 at 17:18
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

Member Since Sep 22, 2019  5 posts Kathri Feb 18 at 19:58
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

Member Since May 27, 2019  8 posts Diego99 Feb 19 at 09:45
As much as you think you can risk. Always separate the amount from what is required for your livelihood.

richard2

Member Since Oct 19, 2019  16 posts richard2 Feb 20 at 08:16
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.

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