Making consistent profit by forex trading is not an easy job. Very few people can do that. Most people get temporary success in trading. To become successful in trading one must require necessary skills and knowledge. Otherwise it's difficult to be profitable.
@ElliotCooke yes forex market is the sea of money. People also know it requires knowledge and skills but they are not ready to invest time in learning. After a few months study they start to behave like he knows everything.
Forex trading has never been an easy takes and whoever has been thinking the that has got it the wrong way . They may have been copy training which is not is similar to forex trading it is not he real deal forex trading. If you are going solo then you're gonna have to face a lot of obstacles and it is never going to be easy unless you get to the experienced level. Even then you i still have to struggle a little bit.
It is definitely not easy as those ads make it seem. Some guy is like let me show you how to make money in no more than thirty second and then leaves out the part where you have to struggle to make it in forex. People do not just make money in forex trading everyday. They have to lose to.
If you are joining forex then you might think that it is easy because no one ever tells you that it is as complicated as we now know it to be. There are so many things that we have to do on forex to determine whether we make it a success or a failure and it is all on you In forex you need to know and the only way to do that is by learning.
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