I don't really agree, because gambling is all about making rough predictions but on the other hand ,intraday trading is all about making right predictions on the basis of right knowledge and logics behind it.
Day trading is not gambling unless you trade like a gambler. You don’t need to watch charts all day for day trading. You can just trade during the volatile hours and limit your number of trades. Do not over trade and stop when you start losing in a row.
Sorry but I don’t agree with your statement. Everyone has a right to share their opinion but you should not come to a conclusion like this just because day trading is not an ideal thing for you. I think professional day traders are exceptionally skilled and know the market more than anyone else.
tyson_learner posted: I don't really agree, because gambling is all about making rough predictions but on the other hand ,intraday trading is all about making right predictions on the basis of right knowledge and logics behind it.
Exactly! The more experience you gain as a trader the easier the tasks are.
My goal is to emotionally intelligent while being intellectually intelligent while trading these markets and inspire others anything is possible.
I don’t think so. Day trading is hard to master but it is definitely not gambling. Analysing the market for a shorter time frame is a skill that has to be developed over time. Intraday traders make profit using this skill. And it is disrespectful to call it gambling.
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