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Member Since Apr 18, 2017  624 posts AmDiab Jan 04 at 10:45
Trallod posted:
Everything written is true, especially the phrase about capital safety. That's one of the most common beginners fails, as beginners want to obtain quick results and want to earn fast. Following such dreams, newbie traders rise risks and take risky deals and, as a result, blow up deposits. That's sad but true and finally such traders say 'forex is not a place where you can earn' and than quit the trading. The only thing all beginners should learn first is that profits don't matters, the first importance thing is not to lose own deposit.

The problem is; new traders try to make quick money here without learning! As a result; the lose their 1st live account too early!


Member Since Aug 07, 2017  24 posts Jonny87 Jan 10 at 04:17
It is difficult to survive in the market for the new traders. They always be in fear of losses. If they face losses, they quit the market. As a new trader, he should know that loss is the common factor of forex trading. If a new trader can get proper education about forex, he will never leave the market. Because he knows that if he tries well he can easily recover from that losses. A broker can help a new trader to recover and reduce the losses. I am always trading with Tpglobalfx because of their support and easy trading technic which can help me to reduce my losses and make profit.


Member Since Aug 09, 2017  436 posts Imamul Jan 10 at 18:36
If you want to make profit by scalping, first of all you have to ensure the lowest trading spreads. devoid of lowest trading spreads that’s not possible at all to make profit by scalping at all in spite of good trading knowledge.

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