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how many pips a year do you need to make ?
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SofieAndreasen

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  77 posts SofieAndreasen Sep 17 at 04:39
I don’t target pips. However, my monthly target is around 2% and yearly around 25% of my capital. I know its difficult but I am trying to achieve it.

mk90623

Member Since Sep 17, 2020  1 posts mk90623 Sep 17 at 09:37
Hello Sofie,

Could I ask you if the broker you currently use provides you with rebates for trading? This could make a relevant difference in your trading account.

UweMoench

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  77 posts UweMoench Sep 20 at 12:09
You need consistency. You do not need to count pips or make such yearly target. If you can make consistent profit, eventually you will make a lot of money. We should focus on developing our skills. The more skills we will have the more money we can make.

AliaDare

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  77 posts AliaDare Sep 21 at 00:01
How many pips you earn depends on the risk-reward. The better the risk-reward, the better the trading earning. However, I usually target 2400 pips annually.

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