Simply No, The BIG Nooooooooo
If an investor is not profitable, it's generally due to ignoring the basic rules of Risk Management.
Don't over trade.
Cut your losses.
Run your winners.
Use reasonable TP and reaonable SL price targets.
Trade high probability setups only.
Use automation where possible.
Use a profitable strategy which does not violate the risk management rules.
Trade with 100% ZERO emotions.
A high probability setup may occur once a day, multiple times a day, once a week, once a month, or even longer times between appearance of the setup.
NEVER trade just to trade in the markets. TRADE ONLY when it's going to be a high chance of profits.
Look at your trading history and review your bad trades and determine WHY the trade was bad and determine why you thought they were going to be good. Figure out WHY it happened, and adjust your understanding of the markets accordingly, then create a new risk management rule for future reference so you can learn from this.
If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.