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LeviSievwright5

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  115 posts LeviSievwright5 Oct 01 at 01:34
The first thing you need to look at is the market context. 4 types of context such as volatile / non volatile / impulsive / and corrective. Trading is done by combining support and resistance levels with these 4 things but the amount of loss will be reduced a lot.

ElliotCooke

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  150 posts ElliotCooke Oct 05 at 12:05
If you want to become a good and professional trader you need to have a plan to deal with the losses. If you can deal with the losses it is possible to overcome the loss and make a profit from this market.

Calacti

Member Since Jun 17, 2020  27 posts Calacti Oct 08 at 10:55
You need to backtest your strategy to know its worth. I personally find moving averages very simple to grasp, and something that has been working profitably for me for the last couple of months.

Shelby10

Member Since Jul 15, 2020  70 posts Shelby10 Oct 09 at 11:52
Every new trader should work hard to make money from this market.

Kazile

Member Since Apr 25, 2020  71 posts Kazile Oct 12 at 04:19
To achieve a result, you need to spend maximum time and effort, and then you will receive a certain income.

williamhayes

Member Since Jul 09, 2020  14 posts williamhayes Oct 15 at 05:21
Plan out your strategy and use it on the demo account for the time being, so that you get an idea about how it will be later. You can keep testing different strategies and then analyses them accordingly.

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