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Day Trading for living..?

primetradersclub
Aug 14 2012 at 14:07
2 posts
If you still thinking that impossible, so you are probably wrong..:)
Fell free to ask whatever you want to know how yours trading spouse to look..

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Always expect the unexpected..
Abhinav
Aug 14 2012 at 14:51
24 posts
Trading for living! I feel too risky. Possible if anyone is experienced and confident trader.

guru
Aug 30 2012 at 11:50
6 posts
Abhinav posted:
Trading for living! I feel too risky. Possible if anyone is experienced and confident trader.

And have a generous fund that supports them just in case the market goes against their wishes...

NickMcDonald (NickMcDonald)
Nov 16 2012 at 09:55
86 posts
I know plenty of people that trade for a living.

A number of them work within my trading room actually. However the proportion of people that trade for a living is a very small part of the overall forex community.

But it is possible!

Find your passion and work hard
AmberLynn
Dec 10 2012 at 19:46
241 posts
Abhinav posted:
Trading for living! I feel too risky. Possible if anyone is experienced and confident trader.


 What greater risk then to look your position into a swing trade? Most swingers have tp and sl more then 8x the currency which they plays daily range! Your merely banking on the fact of luck, instead of EARNING your points by identifying formations which the market always trades. Every form of trading should have a check and balance, yet swing trading for me by far is the most reckless form of trading.

RollingStones74 (RollingStones74)
Dec 12 2012 at 10:05
76 posts
Abhinav posted:
Trading for living! I feel too risky. Possible if anyone is experienced and confident trader.


It has may be the same risk like any business. It all depends on you. The fact is very tiny amount of people are ready to such huge responsibility))

If you want to end up with a nonaverage net worth, a “learn from someone else” attitude is paramount. Putting your ego aside and admitting that you don’t know it all isn’t easy, but it is the mindset of true winner ----Paul Tudor Jones.
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myfxpt (myfxpt)
Dec 21 2012 at 02:45
345 posts
A strategy that delivers 50% plus accuracy. A minimum 1:3 risk/reward. Set a 2% risk factor. Withdraw 1/3 of your account each time you double your funds. When annual withdrawals equal or exceed your current annual income you are effectively trading for a living.

moerwadi (moerwadi)
Jan 16 2013 at 06:27
293 posts
i think this is possible,trading for living if you can like me no job just enjoy, but you must learn very hard about forex
for example you have to know about votality curencies pair your trade a month, what %.... so you can relax not in front of the PC all day..good luck

AS23 (AS23)
Jan 21 2013 at 02:55
7 posts
It is very possible but you have to remember you do not have to quit your daily job to trade Forex. I my case, it helps my trades to have other source of income, and I am not a CEO. It is a psychology site of trading. If you have a right strategy with good risk/reward ratio, you do not have to have 50% of positive trades to have positive balance. If you believe you are a good trader you can always try 'trade our account' programs and try to build the equity there. If you reach standard lot size you can make a living making 20 pips every day.

what one man can do another can do
Tecnotycoon (Tecnotycoon)
Jan 25 2013 at 01:40
6 posts
And i have done it..

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