Roberto21 posted: sometimes you can feel only knowledge can help you when trading , on the other hand it seems despite of having good knowledge success will not come if you dont a support from a trading platform , because they can affects the result of your trading at any time.
That's true, it is important to choose the right trading platform for yourself, but I think if you have enough knowledge it becomes easier to make the right choice - that's the only way you'll know what you are looking for and what aspects of a platform you have to check if you want to find a good one.
Michihito posted: Every successful traders have their own money management policy. Without money management success in forex trading is not possible. No matter how big your capital is. It's all about being disciplined.
Money management help you to survive in the market long. I think surviving is the most important part.
We always advised by the senior traders and experts just for learning. but I think we the newcomers have to practice trading besides learning process. Demo account is more appropriate for them and as a learning Process newcomers can depend on Pips School.
I believe that only competent money management and adherence to the basic rules of money management will allow you to maintain and increase your deposit in trading. A low risk per trade, of course, will not bring huge profits, but it will help to avoid large losses and in the long run will certainly lead you to success. Profit everyone!
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