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How much should you invest in trading

Victimology
Jun 07 at 10:09
18 posts
If you are a beginner then keep it low for sure but if you have some experience with trading in the past and came back after a break or something then first update yourself about the market entirely and try to practise a few times then see how you are performing and then I guess you will know how much to trade with.
JasperMonvill
Jun 08 at 00:21
39 posts
In the beginning you must not invest to much money and try to do more and more practice with demo account.
Meatus
Jun 09 at 05:32
23 posts
No matter how many times beginners ask this question, at the end of the day, it depends on each person’s individual budget and plan and how much they wish to spend according to their financial situation. Of course, expectations should be achievable.
Ruslan (atwoodokra)
Jun 09 at 07:04
1 posts
I think we need to count the money for the worst trades.
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Pendular
Jun 13 at 12:33
16 posts
There is no fixed sum to invest; instead, one should invest as much as he can afford to lose.
SteveFx11
Jun 14 at 04:46
145 posts
Whatever your investment size is, try to pick up a secure broker. Insecurity is a big issue of brokers as traders are mostly victim to it. The securer a broker is, the more trustworthy it is among traders. But it’s the facility where most of traders are failure. You can choose ECN broker to invest your capital safely.
Furbelows
Jun 17 at 04:51
40 posts
If you’re just starting out, please do not invest huge amounts. Start small and then expand as you learn the process. As you gain experience, you will get better at making wise decisions, use it to your advantage to make consistent profit.
ABC11
Jun 24 at 08:35
11 posts
Furbelows posted:
If you’re just starting out, please do not invest huge amounts. Start small and then expand as you learn the process. As you gain experience, you will get better at making wise decisions, use it to your advantage to make consistent profit.

I think everybody choose themselves. But your right that you need to invest the amount with which the investor is ready to part easily. It doesn't have to be the last money.
Vomitoryy
Jun 27 at 04:10
28 posts
There is no limit as to how much you should invest in trading forex. Many people start with affordable capital for example $100, whereas big and experienced traders trade with capitals as huge as $100,000 or more.
Remember that higher the trading capital, higher is the profit (if you win), because as an average trader makes 2% to 3% per trade.
On the other hand, you might also be tempted to use leverage, but if you do so, remember to use Stop Loss in your trade, because if the market turns against your predictions, the negative side of leverage can blow your bank account.
personifica_
Jul 14 at 05:19
21 posts
Newbie or you have good command at the starting. Always start with a small amount according to your convenience. I would not recommend any amount as strategy differ from person to person.
LyudmilLukanov
Jul 15 at 11:44
845 posts
darinreeves posted:
That entirely depends on your capital and how much you want to spend on trading.

New traders need experience but they avoid trading in demo account which can benefit them in many ways. Demo trading helps traders ignite their trading knowledge.
Marcolis
Jul 17 at 14:38
175 posts

The spell of success is skill development. Traders should spend time for igniting skill if they are determined enough. Traders should learn how to use different tactics of tools of Forex market.
Masticate
Jul 18 at 10:20
20 posts
I know that you know that your profits in the forex market depend on the amount you put at risk. But if you are just starting out, keep aside your zeal to make money and focus on learning so that you trade properly and don’t lose anything you can’t afford.
Adrian78
Jul 19 at 05:58
15 posts
Being a newbie in this industry, can anyone please tell me a general amount to start with forex trading?
Ambersmith345
Jul 19 at 06:11
11 posts
It varies from trader to trader and if you are a beginner you should start with the minimum deposit.
Hydrophilous
Jul 19 at 10:21
21 posts
What you use for trading depends on the level you are at and your affordability. Making big gains would need big risks but if you are just starting out, you can keep them low until you know that you are capable of taking bigger risks.
WhiteWitcher
Jul 19 at 18:09
71 posts
Oh I would like to say the best invested amount to start is $1000. Because if your amount much less you need the leverage about 1:200. And as I know not every broker can provide you with this. And of course do not forget about your trading strategy. That also includes a certain amount of investment.
Megan21
Jul 20 at 04:46
16 posts
Well it depends how much you can afford to risk. But for a newbie it's better for start trading for $100-$1000 but your returns will be limited.
Zaftig
Jul 25 at 10:55
22 posts
See, Forex trading is a multi-trillion dollar business. There is no limit to how much money you can invest in the market. There is neither a maximum nor a minimum requirement in order to engage in trade, and neither can be changed.
Fopdoodle
Jul 27 at 05:42
25 posts
Don’t wait for anyone to tell you how much you should invest per trade. It should solely be your trading decision on the basis of how you understand the market movements and how well you can take advantage of them. Use a small amount to trade if you are not sure about your trades and if you are sure, you are free to take any risk you want. Just make sure you stick to your risk management strategy to stay safe in the long run.
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