Ready made strategy doesn't help at to develop your trading skills. As you newbie you have to learn how price works, how an indicator works, why and when an indicator gives any buy or sell signals. When you are newbie, you are like an intern. You work to learn the skills not for money.
Ready made strategy is never gonna help you in the long run because what may work very nicely for someone else may be a disaster for you. So, formulate a strategy based on your own personality and goals.
Nothing is ready made in this world so how it can be on forex trading? We should always try to look into the possibilities of making new strategies for our trades although it is time taking but it is in accordance with your trading style only.
Ready made strategy is basically another way of implying that you are lazy to make your own strategy so you rather want to use someone's strategy which is not good mindset if you are committed in making profitable trading. Beginner can use these strategy to learn and improvise for their trading.
winning_trades posted: Nothing is ready made in this world so how it can be on forex trading? We should always try to look into the possibilities of making new strategies for our trades although it is time taking but it is in accordance with your trading style only.
Ready made strategy may not suitable for every trader. so, making the strategy from your own is the best option.
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