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Learning is a nonstop procedure

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  107 posts Michihito Oct 16 at 12:51
Learning is a nonstop procedure. You have to proceed with this procedure. Usage of the learning is hard in trading. One should fathom the forex market advancement and astutely hypothesize the possible market improvement and in this way trade in like manner with bolstered and strong speculation for making due in the forex promote.


Member Since Jan 11, 2019  52 posts Gracewilson1995 Oct 17 at 07:04
Learning is only helpful when we also practise it by trading.


Member Since Apr 15, 2020  63 posts Dorigda Oct 17 at 07:34
You say everything correctly, trading and training should go in parallel, then there will really be a result


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  151 posts GeorgeBischof Oct 17 at 10:58
Learning is a must thing for every trader. Without proper learning, it will be quite tough for any trader to survive in this market.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  115 posts UweMoench Oct 18 at 13:36
Yes you are absolutely right. Learning never stops. If we stop learning, our progress will stop. It's a never ending process. Learning could be by studying or by experience but it should continue.

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