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Really? Long term is worth the wait?
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Antero36735354

Member Since Feb 11, 2020  7 posts Antero36735354 Feb 14 at 10:36
There is such a thing as long money. So the one who can organize long money for himself will always be in the black.

Kathri

Member Since Sep 22, 2019  6 posts Kathri Feb 24 at 11:39
Personally, I'm more comfortable with day trading since long-term trading requires a lot of patience to materialize. It's true that long-term trading is very beneficial, but that depends with how good you are at trading. If you realize that holding long-term positions is yielding better results for you, then go ahead. However, most traders prefer short-term trading

Cegar

Member Since Sep 29, 2019  5 posts Cegar (Cegar) Feb 24 at 11:50
Long term trading is worth the wait if you have enough capital to invest in it. However, if your trading capital is still little, it is better to stick to day trading. This applies mostly to new traders who are still testing the waters and do not have much capital to invest

nemesiscoiled

Member Since Feb 24, 2020  4 posts nemesiscoiled Feb 24 at 12:27
Cegar posted:
Long term trading is worth the wait if you have enough capital to invest in it. However, if your trading capital is still little, it is better to stick to day trading. This applies mostly to new traders who are still testing the waters and do not have much capital to invest


I could not agree more

richard2

Member Since Oct 19, 2019  18 posts richard2 Feb 25 at 06:24
Kathri posted:
Personally, I'm more comfortable with day trading since long-term trading requires a lot of patience to materialize. It's true that long-term trading is very beneficial, but that depends with how good you are at trading. If you realize that holding long-term positions is yielding better results for you, then go ahead. However, most traders prefer short-term trading


Agree with you however, it depends on a trader's goal. Whether he engages in short term or long term depends on why he trading at all. Is he trading for livelihood or just some regular income stream or whether he wants capital appreciation overtime. It just depends!

Betty_60

Member Since Jan 20, 2020  12 posts Betty_60 Feb 26 at 10:10
Cegar posted:
Long term trading is worth the wait if you have enough capital to invest in it. However, if your trading capital is still little, it is better to stick to day trading. This applies mostly to new traders who are still testing the waters and do not have much capital to invest

What type of a trader are you?

Mateusz36354

Member Since Feb 12, 2020  6 posts Mateusz36354 Feb 26 at 11:33
SophieB posted:
Hello everyone, I am not fan of doing a long term investment, in fact I never tried it. But I have been curious with it, so I tried ti read some articles, one of the articles I have read caught my attention. Entitles, 'Long Term Investment is Worth the Wait' (https://www.funds-money.com/long-term-investments/). According from this article, though there is a higher risk with this one there is also a greater returns? Is that true? Help me for those who did long term investment.

I think so too


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