NihadMunif posted: If you want to make it in forex and you are having a hard time then it is best if you go for long term. You may not see significant result in the beginning but after awhile when things start kicking goof you will be able to see.
Whether it’s trading or investing, financial markets are always very uncertain and you can never truly predict whether holding on a trade will be worth it or not. However, if you plan to employ long term strategy in your trading then it’s a good idea to fundamentally analyse the pairs and the underlying economies thoroughly.
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