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Road to FTT (Full Time Trader)

Member Since Sep 11, 2017  75 posts Nasrul EJ (nasrul_poyo) May 15 at 12:11
Since they are too many people join forex trading nowadays, why not we share the success stories here. Maybe you can share your journey how you become FTT.

You are allowed to share your experience only. Maybe this can be a guideline for new trader to become FTT also.

Please include this info into your story:
1. How many years to become FTT.
2. Strategy that you used is made up by own idea or taken from other.
3. Key to success.

If you know someone that has been FTT, ask them to share it here also. Hoping that this topic can help us to be successful in Forex Trading.

p/s: Only for TRADER, not an IB.


Member Since Feb 12, 2016  503 posts Baldo (BaldoN) May 15 at 13:37
As per my perspective trading is a journey and becoming FTT is not just a destination and it strongly individual the screening time / gathering an experience, creating own perception for the market and using strategies that fits to own personality and character. Someone may need a year, another trader will need few years and etc. I believe this cannot be described with just few sentences :)


Member Since Apr 18, 2017  271 posts AniLorak May 21 at 06:40
For me, 3 years! Price Action! Trading knowledge & discipline.


Member Since Aug 27, 2017  219 posts Adribaasmet Jul 01 at 07:02
AniLorak posted:
For me, 3 years! Price Action! Trading knowledge & discipline.

3 years! That’s really such a long time; I really appreciate your patience; I hope gradually you’ll improve more and make more pips.

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