in Forex Which investment is more appropriate it completely depends on trading knowledge and experience , more investment can bring maximal result if there is long term trading experience with most accurate money management. Otherwise not.
Good knowledge about trading in Forex is required. If you have good trading knowledge, you can make a lot of profit from trading. Trading is a game of psychology. A trader should have a lot of information about trading. If you can trade with a good strategy, the profit will be much better. And you can never trade emotionally.
Forex trading is one of the best ways to make revenue but you need to learn the basics right and practice a lot. Then trade with a lot of patience in a live account ( set the lot size to lowest possibly initially). You may lose initially ( don't give up at this point, think it as part of learning ) but if you believe in it and keep on doing it, you can become successful. I have written a guide https://pegima.com/1-introduction-to-forex-trading/ for beginners. Hope it will be useful for those who are new and interested in fx trading. One more thing, always choose a regulated and reliable broker to trade forex.. =)
Mohammadi posted: in Forex Which investment is more appropriate it completely depends on trading knowledge and experience , more investment can bring maximal result if there is long term trading experience with most accurate money management. Otherwise not.
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