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Forex and its earning
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togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4800 posts vontogr (togr) May 11 2018 at 08:47
BaldoN posted:
togr posted:
I would say long term income could be around 5%/mo.
Short term accounts can make even 20+ % but how long will they last?


Completely agree. If we have a look over some huge investment companies and funds, they are proud when reaches a few percentage on annual basis.

Yeah even 1% per month is better than bank account with zero

michaelbai

Member Since Oct 26, 2015  30 posts Michael Bai (michaelbai) May 13 2018 at 07:11
very true

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Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  758 posts Mohammadi May 27 2018 at 10:18
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.

ElliotCooke

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  87 posts ElliotCooke Sep 03 at 18:59
Forex is the most profitable online earning source in the world. You can earn a lot of money if you have proper knowledge and experience in this market.

LeviSievwright5

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  72 posts LeviSievwright5 Sep 04 at 02:26
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.

GeorgeBischof

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  85 posts GeorgeBischof Sep 08 at 19:47
Forex is a sea of money. If you can swim in this sea with your knowledge and experience you can become rich.

Shelby10

Member Since Jul 15, 2020  50 posts Shelby10 Sep 11 at 12:24
If you want to make money by sitting at your home, forex trading is the best option for you. You just need to know the basics of forex perfectly. You can learn the basics from a demo account easily.

Malajind

Member Since Aug 07, 2020  14 posts Malajind Sep 12 at 05:26
I agree that trading on the forex market is very convenient and options for earning money without leaving home.

pegima

Member Since Sep 13, 2020  22 posts Pegima (pegima) Sep 13 at 09:01
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.. =)

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pegima

Member Since Sep 13, 2020  22 posts Pegima (pegima) Sep 13 at 09:03
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.

true...

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