Brel posted: I would say everyone can become experts in forex. It is just about how much efforts you put into it and how you use your knowledge practically into this field. Without hard work and good research, nobody can win here.
Right. New trader should focus on learning instead of making money.
Unless your trading capabilities is proven, nothing is worth per pip. No matter how big your capital is. This thought should come only after you get a well defined trading strategy. If you know how to make money in forex, money is not a problem at all. You would find many people to invest.
There are actually not many trading advisors that help traders to make money. And there are also a huge variety of demo programs that can run in a matter of days and then drain the account. So, it's really difficult to choose a good Forex advisor.
I won’t agree to this. Anybody can trade in forex if they have proper knowledge and they are patient enough to practice and learn about trading. Newcomers when trade with dedication and experience become expert traders.
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