Beginner's Tips

Dec 24, 2018 at 15:09
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Member Since Feb 09, 2020   2 posts
Feb 13, 2020 at 08:26
i dont get it how would i take profit and it will add up to my deposit balance?is it i close always the trade? example USDJPY and AUDUSD? sample computation.thank you
Member Since Dec 20, 2019   1 posts
Feb 14, 2020 at 06:54
forexcyborg posted:
Mohammadi posted:
I have seen mostly brokers don’t allow scalping in their trading platforms. So we the traders who are particularly scalpers have to choose our broker carefully. First of all we have to ensure brokers trading spreads , actually without lowest trading spreads that’s not possible at all to make profit with certainly in spite of having good trading knowledge .

Only MM (=Market Makers) broker would not allow scalping. Better avoid such brokers and search for real A-Book brokers with low trading costs.
hi forexcyborg i have an issue with my ea it apperas in trading status waiting for the trade timeframe but im already in 15 min chart and dont start trading what can i do
Member Since Oct 25, 2019   27 posts
Feb 23, 2020 at 18:07
As a beginer, you do not need to have much capital in your trading account yet. Even if you have a lot, never trade with all your capital at once. Learn as much as possible about risk management, and do not risk a high percentage of your trading capital at any given time
Member Since Apr 18, 2019   25 posts
Feb 29, 2020 at 09:12
The whole secret is only to remember your preferences and stick to your strategy even when you really want to sin and break all the rules. It seems to me that the accuracy and literacy of the work can ensure a positive result - everything else.... is just luck...
Member Since Dec 30, 2019   17 posts
Mar 03, 2020 at 10:26
Yozuru posted:
The whole secret is only to remember your preferences and stick to your strategy even when you really want to sin and break all the rules. It seems to me that the accuracy and literacy of the work can ensure a positive result - everything else.... is just luck...

just find a way to control your mind, especially greedy mind.
Member Since Nov 06, 2018   83 posts
Mar 09, 2020 at 23:44
Forex is 20% strategy and 80% mind set. Risk management and risk/reward is key!
Member Since Aug 11, 2017   886 posts
Mar 10, 2020 at 04:50
if you are a newcomer , i request dont skip anything ,
 is all important for you to bring good experience as a newbie. so, focus on there with regular practice.
Member Since Aug 09, 2017   785 posts
Mar 10, 2020 at 10:40
beginners lost discipline when they fall a great loss,
 in that time they always try to recover all losses by over trading. its just a part of immature attitude.
Member Since Apr 18, 2017   718 posts
Mar 11, 2020 at 14:53
New Forex traders should concentrate on only demo, I mean learning! Without proper trading knowledge, it’s quite impossible to be a good performer!
Member Since Apr 18, 2017   718 posts
Mar 13, 2020 at 11:39
for any traders Money Management is important; you have to make sure your base line; I am talking about the trading strategy here! Fixed & keen trading system is the key.
Member Since Mar 21, 2020   7 posts
Mar 22, 2020 at 23:45
Using a good profit to loss ratio (2:1, 3:1, 4:1) helps you to get an edge on winning long term. Even if you have a strategy that brings you a 50% win rate you will still be in profit long term.
Member Since Mar 23, 2020   63 posts
Mar 25, 2020 at 07:39
Start low; patience and practicality is the key.
Member Since Nov 30, 2019   20 posts
May 01, 2020 at 13:39
I feel the same way about newbies. A lot of them come to the forum and they're like, 'Oh, how do you do stuff here, give me some advice!' And you don't even know what to write back to this question. Yes, when they ask some general questions, that's great. When they ask questions like 'What leverage do I have to choose' or 'How much money do I deposit', it's just something... It's like they don't understand that there are more personalized questions, that more difficult to answer without knowing the information about the trader himself.
Member Since Dec 09, 2019   60 posts
May 02, 2020 at 04:23
Poolut posted:
I feel the same way about newbies. A lot of them come to the forum and they're like, 'Oh, how do you do stuff here, give me some advice!' And you don't even know what to write back to this question. Yes, when they ask some general questions, that's great. When they ask questions like 'What leverage do I have to choose' or 'How much money do I deposit', it's just something... It's like they don't understand that there are more personalized questions, that more difficult to answer without knowing the information about the trader himself.
I think despite these questions...we can try to help them out..It is not we are being forced to do so...if you do not want to answer, you can ignore it...atleast that's how i see it.
forex_trader_795566
Member Since Oct 09, 2019   1 posts
May 03, 2020 at 22:49 (edited May 03, 2020 at 22:53)
Poolut posted:
I feel the same way about newbies. A lot of them come to the forum and they're like, 'Oh, how do you do stuff here, give me some advice!' And you don't even know what to write back to this question. Yes, when they ask some general questions, that's great. When they ask questions like 'What leverage do I have to choose' or 'How much money do I deposit', it's just something... It's like they don't understand that there are more personalized questions, that more difficult to answer without knowing the information about the trader himself.


I feel its best to give them a direction or reference to read because most every trader is unique in their ability to trade the market plus the strategies vary. I have been reviewing some of the Mark Douglas videos and it has upgraded my approach to the FOREX market strictly from a psychological point of view. The questions provided above have to be answered and researched by the trader. No one else can advise them on this because only they know how much to risk in their unique situation once fundamental knowledge has been achieved regarding how to read the charts, indicators & platform operation. This is only my opinion on the situation your describing Poolut.
Member Since Apr 04, 2020   57 posts
Jun 22, 2020 at 04:48
For successful trading, you need to work out all the nuances
Member Since Jun 22, 2020   77 posts
Jun 22, 2020 at 06:15
Always make sure to keep risk and money management in mind while trading. I would say that this is one of the important tips for them.
Member Since Aug 11, 2017   886 posts
Jun 22, 2020 at 11:45
The demo account is really important for all kinds of traders in particularly the newcomers. in my trading career, after passing a long time I still depend on demo account for some inevitable reason, I use all my trading strategies first of all in demo account to see the performance how it works. this approach always helps me for avoid risk in live account when trading practically. What is your experience in demo ?
Member Since May 27, 2020   31 posts
Jun 30, 2020 at 06:28
As a beginner, it is important to go step by step. Grab some knowledge, practice on demo account and then jump to real trading. Learn and earn.
Member Since Jun 10, 2020   4 posts
Jul 17, 2020 at 08:00
Cruz45 posted:
As a beginner, it is important to go step by step. Grab some knowledge, practice on demo account and then jump to real trading. Learn and earn.

Cruz45 you right mate - its all about the learning about forex daily. we did a cool write up about forex for beginners > https://forexsuggest.com/forex-trading/
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