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Gambling type of forex games? Is that true?
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Member Since Jul 20, 2020  167 posts EbonyJones Oct 08 at 19:18
No. I don't think so. Forex is not like gambling.


Member Since Aug 17, 2020  109 posts DoraWalletInvest Oct 09 at 18:48
EbonyJones posted:
No. I don't think so. Forex is not like gambling.

Forex itself is not, binary options kind of are.


Member Since Jun 29, 2020  14 posts Numeromatt Oct 26 at 05:13
Forex cannot be compared with gambling as they both are a bit different. Making a comparison between the two will not be accurate.


Member Since Oct 08, 2020  20 posts Rosstaylorr Nov 05 at 11:29
Forex trading is not gambling in any way. It needs a person to be knowledgeable to earn in forex trading.


Member Since Oct 13, 2020  25 posts Mitchelsantner Nov 06 at 11:44
Without proper decision-making, you cannot make money in the forex market. And for decision-making, you have to get information.


Member Since Oct 05, 2020  19 posts jimmyneeesham Nov 09 at 10:43
I have been a trader for the last 5 years. I hate it when people compare forex trading with gambling. I don’t why they think that it's anywhere near to gambling. I have never seen a gambler study so much.


Member Since Apr 15, 2020  3 posts margwad Nov 17 at 14:26
I wonder if it's more difficult than a regular casino? I've got experience with something like that so should I know the basics of forex?


Member Since Oct 15, 2020  45 posts Bladiminmunro Nov 18 at 05:45
These two are different things. Forex involves a lot of determination and learning. One should be aware of what is happening and there is a lot of learning associated with it.

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