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Michihito
Jan 22 at 12:35
260 posts
There is no easy way of learning. Learning is not like a school exam where you can pass the exam by following short cut. Trading is a skill. You have to learn it properly. How much time it will take depends on your level of understanding and present knowledge you have.

UweMoench
Jan 22 at 13:17
263 posts
Spend that time for learning. For actual trading you do not need that much time but for that you have to learn to trade on D1 chart. No matter what strategy you follow it doesn't take much time to find a good set up. Either there's a good set up or not. It's the fear of losing opportunity that creates the problem. So invest your time in learning.

LyudmilLukanov
Jan 22 at 17:24
249 posts
Spend time as much as possible in order to learn trading. New traders should spend at least 4 months in demo trading.

SofieAndreasen
Jan 24 at 17:51
270 posts
Michihito posted:
There is no easy way of learning. Learning is not like a school exam where you can pass the exam by following short cut. Trading is a skill. You have to learn it properly. How much time it will take depends on your level of understanding and present knowledge you have.

It is true that there is no shortcut to achieve success in trading. Success also take long time.

Dictiony
Jan 25 at 02:13
159 posts
Yes, forex is a risky business and you can not learn in a day or two. Spen d your most the time to learn it and also practice over demo account for at least 3 months.

forextrader777
Jan 27 at 03:52
76 posts
There are no shortcuts to learning. Learning is the only way out through which you can acquire a proper skill set and then only you can become a successful trader.


UweMoench
Jan 27 at 12:50
263 posts
Make yourself capable first for trading. Invest your time for learning. Most traders start to run for different strategies. They ignore the learning process. As a result they drop from the market very soon. Focus on developing skills.

LeonRocky3
Jan 27 at 19:57
28 posts
Just have to put the effort in and keep at it

Norman (azmanpay124)
Jan 28 at 02:47
20 posts
In a real-world such as forex trading, there is no grade or exam for your learning, the only grade is your profits and losses.
Forex trading is the combination of knowledge, skills, and experience, plus the ability to control our emotions.

richardmarcus
Jan 28 at 04:33
89 posts
Michihito posted:
There is no easy way of learning. Learning is not like a school exam where you can pass the exam by following short cut. Trading is a skill. You have to learn it properly. How much time it will take depends on your level of understanding and present knowledge you have.

Rightly said hardwork and patience always pays off

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