Hello Forum members! What’s going on? Hope, you all are enjoying your trading! So I have a question for you! Which trading style do you prefer? Part time trading or full time trading? and why? I know, in this forum there have so many active traders with different perspectives! Let’s make your opinion here!
By the way, I am a full time Forex trader and Forex trading business is my only one money earning option! Actually, I don’t need to involve with other professions as Forex provides me enough financial support, so what about you?
@PriceAction13 Hi. Personally I prefer Arbitrage Concept as my trading style. simple and basic. you can check here to know how it works. https://itrader-forex.com/blog/arbitrage-concept/ And to your second question, I was just trading part time, I have a regular job. I am from Paris and I'm a treasurer in a company. My salary as a treasurer was already enough but forex as a secondary income was not that bad right? Happy trading to all of us!
I am a lover of working part time trade. In part because it gives you the option to make other investments. I think one should be concerned about having more than one source of income that is really good. Which are of course profitable.
jannel posted: I am a lover of working part time trade. In part because it gives you the option to make other investments. I think one should be concerned about having more than one source of income that is really good. Which are of course profitable.
You are right. I guess if your main source of income is not enough for you then you will be needing another one. :)
@PriceAction13 I have a law. I believe that even if it were a source of good income for itself, it should not be limited to that activity. Why? To have a good solid platform is necessary to make investments in different areas.
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