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Can you leave Forex Trading?
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Dictiony

Member Since Apr 01, 2020  64 posts Dictiony Apr 22 at 05:54
I think it is very difficult for a trader to leave Forex trading because there is always hope to make a profit. Although Forex is hard todo I would not want to leave it because I am here to make a profit. Forex can be risky if you want to be quick rick with it so always try to learn it and then make a profit. What do you think?

feelsofine

Member Since Dec 09, 2019  36 posts feelsofine Apr 22 at 06:37
It can be difficult for the trader whose source of income mainly comes from the forex...I think I can see myself exiting from forex trading...but do I want to? Probably not as I am enjoying it every day

Kazile

Member Since Apr 25, 2020  44 posts Kazile Apr 25 at 11:59
In principle, I am satisfied with forex trading, despite the difficulties that sometimes arise.

Periwield

Member Since Dec 28, 2019  9 posts Periwield Apr 25 at 18:24
Yes, there is always a hope and hope like that really keep people interested in all that matter entirely and absolutely for many possible reasons out there completely and entirely. How else do you think people loose and still have hope to play further...

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Kathri

Member Since Sep 22, 2019  14 posts Kathri May 26 at 17:10
I personally know a few people who were serious about trading. But then something went wrong with them and they lost their entire deposit in just a couple of months. After that they didn't want to trade anymore and they left trading behind, never came back. Personally, I can't imagine if I would ever leave trading and never do it again like that. Probably, if I had even lost all my money on deposit as well, I would have wanted to return it out of sport interest and started trading even more actively :0

TraderProHungary

Member Since Jan 06, 2020  83 posts FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 26 at 17:13
Why would any profiting Trader leave forex trading? I'm glad and proud to be a Trader.

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TraderProHungary

Member Since Jan 06, 2020  83 posts FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 26 at 17:15
Dictiony posted:
I think it is very difficult for a trader to leave Forex trading because there is always hope to make a profit. Although Forex is hard todo I would not want to leave it because I am here to make a profit. Forex can be risky if you want to be quick rick with it so always try to learn it and then make a profit. What do you think?

Leave money management and you will be profitable consistently and you will be glad to be a forex trader.

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Duktilar

Member Since May 24, 2020  36 posts Duktilar May 28 at 09:11
If the trade is successful, I see no reason to leave it.

Hardolian

Member Since Dec 28, 2018  19 posts Hardolian May 30 at 13:19
I think that each of us should ask ourselves that question periodically.
And if you even doubt the answer, then it's a reason to think and maybe reconsider something in your life.

TraderProHungary

Member Since Jan 06, 2020  83 posts FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 31 at 08:41
Duktilar posted:
If the trade is successful, I see no reason to leave it.

Exactly my point. Learn to trade first before you put in money, forex trading is not a gamble but strategy you must apply to be successful.

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