the new Fore3x trading is always difficult , because there is no one can predict the real fiction of this market with certainly , so we the newcomers always have to make sure all basic infor5mation first of all.
Tradelist45 posted: the new Fore3x trading is always difficult , because there is no one can predict the real fiction of this market with certainly , so we the newcomers always have to make sure all basic infor5mation first of all.
Always prediction can put a trader in a great danger.
geleqdi posted: There is no such thing as professional trader. There are 4 types of traders : 1. Traders who just want to gamble. 2. Traders who are trying to exploit well known weaknesses on new brokers. 3. Traders who stick to a strategy with very clear rules. 4. Traders who trade with other ppl money and slowly loose the money while maing rebates. In the all types there are much more loosers than winners...
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Forex is not my hobby, I am spending here more than 12 hours in a day! In addition, in my live trading I’m following all of terms and conditions of a pro trader! But that’s doesn’t mean, here I am expecting any unrealistic profit! Right now my monthly target is round 10%, that means yearly target 120%, quite healthy yearly target!
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