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Roberto21

Member Since May 02, 2019  73 posts Roberto21 Sep 07 at 09:00
before some years ago , demo was the first choice for newcomer, but time has changed right now , beginners kick off live trading instead of demo , but result not actually. 

Marraby

Member Since Feb 18, 2019  8 posts Marraby Sep 12 at 17:07
Learning really comes first here anyway totally and completely. Then you will start to earn maybe and maybe not. That's the whole dilema anyway. See what I really mean here ? It does allow me to do all this stuff and that's really it. And there is no way around.

Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  550 posts Mohammadi Sep 13 at 09:14
So many new Forex traders try to make money from here without learning. As a result they become loser due to lack of exact trading knowledge. It’s a common thinking. I think by and large lose because they trade with emotions and don’t know how to manage money in Forex.

Roberto21

Member Since May 02, 2019  73 posts Roberto21 Sep 13 at 10:04
there is no way to stop learning even after passing a long time in here , but learning can be useless if there is no discipline and practice.  so, it is more appropriate to maintain real trading discipline with consistent practice.   

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4443 posts vontogr (togr) Sep 13 at 13:36
It is easy to learn to trade forex.
It is though very hard to learn trading forex and stay profitable :)

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
joha51

Member Since Sep 09, 2015  8 posts joha (joha51) Sep 13 at 15:03
Losing money is great teacher therefore knowledge & experience must come first before jump to forex ( it all about hardworking/smart). Nowdays people come with new way to make money with forex example copy trade etc...i believe lots trader of out there are losers (time/money) in longterm trading ..just a my view no harm...

Joha AL fath
Imamul

Member Since Aug 09, 2017  324 posts Imamul Sep 17 at 10:56
there is no real chance to bring biggest profit ratio until ensuring a most powerful analyzing money management. its the main rule. 

lazilybento

Member Since Sep 17, 2019  5 posts lazilybento Sep 17 at 12:33
Imamul posted:
there is no real chance to bring biggest profit ratio until ensuring a most powerful analyzing money management. its the main rule. 



Money management is important . I would go as far as to say very important...but it is just part of the picture. MM is needed for a good strategy but MM will not save a bad strategy

AmDiab

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  534 posts AmDiab Sep 17 at 14:59
Really agree on your last line; having a good trading system is the key! Since, it’s a decentralized market so; long term working strategies are not available here & there!

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  233 posts jamesgwyther Sep 18 at 10:19
togr posted:
It is easy to learn to trade forex.
It is though very hard to learn trading forex and stay profitable :)


good distinction

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