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Reduce your trading risk!

Feb 28 2017 at 17:57
20 posts
We must also understand the technical factors.
This is another way to reduce risk is just to trade when you see good trading opportunities and stay out when the market is hectic. A good trader does not have to trade daily. Good trading opportunities can only be identified if you have an understanding of the basics and Forex technicians through an automated Forex trading system.
Feb 28 2017 at 22:31
36 posts
I agree. However you have to take huge risks to reap big profits. In Forex, taking minimal risks while finding a good profitability is the basic way, successful traders start with in trading. Forex Trading with Controllable Risk and Risk Can Be Reduced by Knowledge.
Mar 01 2017 at 03:11
37 posts
They knew that the real risk during Forex trading lies in not fully understanding the currency before jumping into this money. It is up to the investor to exercise their skills and diligence to control the risks of foreign exchange transactions
Mar 01 2017 at 07:14
1916 posts
low risk taking winning is a tough thing with a sound strategy, imagine with an average one
Mar 01 2017 at 07:22
10 posts
I think one of the methods to minimize the risk of forex trading is through an adequate money management by apportioning your trade. Your trading capital should not be an amount you can not afford to lose.
Mar 07 2017 at 08:15
32 posts
Risk should always be managed and losses should always be minimized. One way to manage risk is to know when to ext from a trade if the market is moving against you and you feel higher risk than initially when you entered the trade. Of course you can always reenter the trade but foremost thing for a trader is to manage his risk.
Baldo (BaldoN)
Mar 07 2017 at 09:30
522 posts
alessanFX posted:
I think one of the methods to minimize the risk of forex trading is through an adequate money management by apportioning your trade. Your trading capital should not be an amount you can not afford to lose.

This is correct and very well said. Good money management, and control over the risk during trades + very important the amount of money that you are ready to lose. This does not mean the money have to be lose :)
Mar 26 2017 at 07:12
15 posts
In the currency market, proper risk management is of prime importance since leverage can take you to both ends of the rope ... profits or losses. You may find that your earnings are accelerating, but very few people pay attention to the fact that their losses are accelerated in the same way by the leverage that both attracted them at first.
Mar 26 2017 at 07:28
12 posts
The main risk of the forex is leverage. Leverage multiplies my earnings, but if the market goes in the opposite direction to where I think (which will happen very frequently), my losses will also multiply. In fact, there are so many people who lose their investment. Forex is very risky, and to lower the risk there are two options:

He must have MUCH experience in technical investment analysis to operate it leveraged or
I must operate on my own resources without leverage. So you should have about $ 10,000 and be willing to invest them. Even so, you run the risk of losing money if you do not have experience.
Mar 26 2017 at 07:31
8 posts
When experimenting with different percentages of your account, you will find what works for you ... Test and error. You will be amazed at the benefits you can get with the slightest amount of risk placed. If you learn to operate properly, the profits will come. But you have to be able to stay in the game long enough to get to that point.
Mar 26 2017 at 07:32
9 posts
The best way to assess how much risk is appropriate in each particular operation is to try to perceive its psychological reaction in performing these operations. Look carefully at their behavior, their feelings and their thoughts about the hypothetical situations of prices varying to different levels.
May 15 2017 at 14:55
45 posts
That’s really true, maximum retail Forex traders are losing their money here since they are not careful enough on money management as well as risk management policies! Whatever, I worked hard in my demo on sentimental analysis, as a result now I don’t need to work on MM and RM policies, I just follow my previous trading plan including risk reward ratios!
kieran (snapdragon1970)
May 15 2017 at 16:26
1948 posts
I use 1% risk on 95% of my trades, being stopped out is fine because my loss is small but my gains cover, I cant control the direction but can control my risk.
"They mistook leverage with genius".
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