Investing in Forex is a tricky business.. as all the fellow traders mentioned earlier it's not all about analyzing charts and markets, it also needs emotional intelligence which controls the feelings of greed and fear.. inculcate rational decision making in the trader.. discipline and practice and sticking to the strategy that gives you consistent results.
That is why I like using EAs and trading systems. No need for the emotions and I can let them do their thing. There are a lit of bad EAs out there but if you do your research then you can find some good ones
Szabolcs1985 posted: That is why I like using EAs and trading systems. No need for the emotions and I can let them do their thing. There are a lit of bad EAs out there but if you do your research then you can find some good ones
Trading system is my best choice (manually); on the other hand, I have such a bad experience on EA based trading.
I wouldn't say crypto is a scam. No one is out to get you. Crypto is what it is , a new digital currency. Sure it is unregulated and is highly volatile but that just makes it a high risk, speculation grade investment
Most brokers now days cover all kinds of things even bonds and individual stocks. But watch our for the spreads and over night charges. If you are keeping a long term position then an ETF or buying the stock may be better
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