Making consistent money is possible. But for that you have to skilled enough. It's not a game for kids. You have to give time and dedication for learning. Some people think learning means combination of some indicators. If this happens, do that. But learning is not just getting familiar with some ready-made strategies. It's more than that.
LeviSievwright5 posted: Proper Money Management and Risk Management should be maintained to make a consistent profit. You can maintain 1: 2 risk rewards for consistent profit. It will have the ability to cover losses.
To make consistent profit traders need profitable trading strategy and discipline.
Without spending a long time it is not possible at all to lead a healthy trading life with certainly, because the success in this market is related with long term process. But practically mostly traders in particularly the newcomers try to make success very rapidly and fall a great loss when trading practically.
Earning consistent money is possible in trading but only for those who are willing to put their effort and time into it. It demands patience, discipline, knowledge and experience to pull money from the market.
For making profit with consistency we the traders have to depend on our trading strategies that we select according to our trading experience, for creating a successful trading strategy we have to make first of all the proper money management policy , otherwise that’s not possible at all to make profit despite of good trading approach .
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