I think that depends on a trader. I know both two types of traders. Some traders take this like a hobby and they just spend 1-2 hours trading. However, for some traders that's real bussiness they spend a hours for.
BrandonWatson posted: I thinkg that it is better to start seriously.
Not exactly. Something that you start on is always a hobby before you find a deeper meaning in doing what you like and calling it your passion. At first, forex trading was just a try out as an hobby to see if I can waste some times and the sooner I realized that it became a part of my life.
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