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How do you know your a experienced trader?

rob559
Oct 31 2011 at 13:22
1916 posts
IT'S WHEN YO'VE MADE MISTAKES ,LOST $$ AND NOT REPEATING THOSE MISTAKES AND NOW MAKING$$

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212512
Oct 31 2011 at 16:11
7 posts
I found to be successful in Forex, all you need is good skills on Technical Analysis and keep your ears open on the Fundamental side. You need to love what you are doing and Read, Read and more Read on the subject.
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tigpips
Nov 09 2011 at 09:55
186 posts
Hmm... how about when you have made enough losses? lol

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Voffi (Voffi)
Dec 06 2011 at 16:10
64 posts

   PureMuscle posted:
   You know you are an experienced trader when you can differentiate between 'your' and 'you're' and you don't post the exact same thing that a person above you posted.


So success in the forex market is dependant on english literacy and forum ethics?

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
speki
Dec 06 2011 at 16:34
735 posts

   PureMuscle posted:
   You know you are an experienced trader when you can differentiate between 'your' and 'you're' and you don't post the exact same thing that a person above you posted.


OK, that's perfectly clear. And how do you know you could be next year's Spelling Bee Champion? 😁

Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
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walker36
Dec 06 2011 at 19:38
1341 posts
if when you take back your looses you are experienced trader

   fantasykid posted:
   So I see most people are traders for a couple of years but there is many factors to becoming an experienced trader. When do you graduate to becoming the guru of forex? Is it a time thing, a profit factor, or just losing your shirt so many times that you have learned. Who can you trust to get some facts from, the right advise so to speak. I know the first thing that comes to mind is well they make money. Well you can make money just at a normal job but that may not mean your a guru so to speak. I don't know maybe its the way people talk about forex that makes you a pro. The fancey lingo for all the different terms to forex. There is so many people who hide behind a wall of smarts but really they are a con. So I ask, 'Are you an experienced trader?'😎

Voffi (Voffi)
Dec 06 2011 at 19:45
64 posts
not everyone has english as their first language.. judging peoples trading abilities based on their grammar is folly.

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
SavantGarde
Dec 07 2011 at 07:15
4 posts
You know you are experienced enough.... when one can extract Pips at will.....control over greed... and leave some Pips on the table for others in queue...:)

SG


   fantasykid posted:
   So I see most people are traders for a couple of years but there is many factors to becoming an experienced trader. When do you graduate to becoming the guru of forex? Is it a time thing, a profit factor, or just losing your shirt so many times that you have learned. Who can you trust to get some facts from, the right advise so to speak. I know the first thing that comes to mind is well they make money. Well you can make money just at a normal job but that may not mean your a guru so to speak. I don't know maybe its the way people talk about forex that makes you a pro. The fancey lingo for all the different terms to forex. There is so many people who hide behind a wall of smarts but really they are a con. So I ask, 'Are you an experienced trader?'😎

" You don't play things as they are on your pink guitar" Things as they are......are changed upon my pink guitar.
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benbakhsh
Dec 07 2011 at 11:42
73 posts
When you have made mistakes, maybe lost some $$ but have learned from each one and never repeated.
Also when you can instantly take a trade that is within your strategy without hesitation or the worry of will this win or will it loose. Also if that trade looses and the next one after you can carry on consistently without becoming an emotional wreck... and of course make consistent profits.. while taking full responsability for any transactions, that is not blaming or resenting the market for any wins or losses... the market is indifferent about us so we should be indifferent about the market.

Thats just my opinion though.


burningpepito
Dec 08 2011 at 09:36
4 posts
I totally agree, but I would add : you know you are an experienced trader simply when you understand your best 'ennemy' is neither the market nor other traders but you. That is to say when you know if you can strictly follow your trading strategy and money management. That is why I trade automatically with Expert Advisors for example...

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