Jamerson posted: As a beginner in forex, how can money management help me in forex trading and which is the best leverage to use?
Money management will help you to survive in the market for a long period of time. By applying money management techniques you will not easily blow up your account. As far as leverage is concerned, use small leverage initially.
Of course, most system os money management doesn't imply trading with leverages, however as far as I am concerned, some traders include leverag trading in their money management strategies. Everything because money management just implies how much money you can lose without any hesitation. Of course, it also implies how much money you can devote to the particular position and so on so forth. However, I believe that new traders have to avoid leverage trading because it's just the easiest way to lose all the money for them. Professional traders can either use leverages or ot, it's up to them, because they have experience.
Your trading career depends on the choices you make. From deciding when to open a trading position to determining how much leverage you wish to use, you have to make all the important trading decisions on your own. But one thing has to be common for all the choices, it must never go beyond your risk appetite. A risk management strategy can work great here.
Money management is definitely a fundamental thing in trading. Actually, you can ask a trader to count all the fundamental things in trading and he will be doing it during several hours... hahahha :D because traders think that everything is fundamental.
gotta count the main ones, money and risk management; wise approach; lack of greediness; learn and practice; using demo.
These are the main ones at least for me personally, maybe some other traders can add something to this list. I consider it exhaustive. Yeah, perhaps.... I can add here emotions control. Without it, traders would ruin their trading activity and destroy their accounts.
Money management and risk management are 2 major components for success in forex. You cannot survive in the market if you are unable to manage your capital and risk. The 2% rule is very valid and should be followed by all in order to keep your drawdown in limit.
A major aspect of money management is to take control over your emotions, because through money management you are taught not to overspend your money out of rage and greed. Many people do not understand leverage, and use unnecessary ratios because they are driven by greed to earn more profits. Remember that in order to earn profits with leverage, you must also have to learn proper risk management and analysis skills. Leverage is a double sided sword, so always be careful when using it.
NikkiStrickland posted: A major aspect of money management is to take control over your emotions, because through money management you are taught not to overspend your money out of rage and greed. Many people do not understand leverage, and use unnecessary ratios because they are driven by greed to earn more profits. Remember that in order to earn profits with leverage, you must also have to learn proper risk management and analysis skills. Leverage is a double sided sword, so always be careful when using it.
Leverage is so misunderstood. Even by regulators. Leverage is a good and safe thing to have if you understand it and can use it properly
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