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Michihito

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  76 posts Michihito Sep 17 at 04:23
Most new traders think he is going to be rich within few months. He got the easiest way to make money quickly. The problem is they have been introduced forex like that. Most newbie traders do not know the ugly truth of forex trading. Forex is not an easy job to do. You need specific knowledge and skills. And for that you have to give time and efforts. It doesn't happen overnight. Not even in few months.

Suarez

Member Since Jun 01, 2020  32 posts Suarez Sep 17 at 07:28
Exactly. Its not get rich quick scheme. Hard work and practice is what will pay off at the end of day. So it shouldn't be taken lightly at all.

Evelyn55

Member Since Apr 28, 2020  43 posts Evelyn55 Sep 17 at 11:10
People have big misconceptions about forex. Nothing comes for free ever. In the case of forex trading too we have to work really hard and devote efforts to enhance our skills each day.

LeviSievwright5

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  80 posts LeviSievwright5 Sep 17 at 23:50
When a person joins trading he has many dreams. But if you want to realize that dream, you have to think logically. If a trader wants to make a lot of money in a few days, it is never possible. You have to try with a long time goal. And you have to always follow the trading discipline. New traders face many kinds of problems. As they need to choose a broker, need a good mentor, there can be a lot of trouble to open an account. There are many different types of problems.

Stonesong

Member Since May 13, 2020  65 posts Stonesong Sep 18 at 07:18
Maximum concentration at the beginning of trading is what a trader needs and it is very convenient when financial managers, like the broker Amarkets, always help and give practical advice.

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4806 posts vontogr (togr) Sep 18 at 07:26
Learning forex is hard stony road to victory but it is worth it
Even though even experienced trader may have bad times...

pegima

Member Since Sep 13, 2020  22 posts Pegima (pegima) Sep 18 at 07:45
Michihito posted:
Most new traders think he is going to be rich within a few months. He got the easiest way to make money quickly. The problem is they have been introduced forex like that. Most newbie traders do not know the ugly truth of forex trading. Forex is not an easy job to do. You need specific knowledge and skills. And for that, you have to give time and efforts. It doesn't happen overnight. Not even in a few months.

Exactly. This is where many get the wrong assumption, then blow up the accounts and then blame forex brokers and also the whole forex industry.

Never Ever Give Up
Shelby10

Member Since Jul 15, 2020  53 posts Shelby10 Sep 18 at 19:52
You are right. Every new trader should get knowledge before start trading.

Sarahluke

Member Since Sep 18, 2020  1 posts Sarahluke Sep 18 at 20:53
Having a good broker to work with before venturing into trading by yourself is usually a good thing.
It helps you gain more knowledge and cash before you can start trading for yourself.

Annatyler

Member Since Sep 18, 2020  2 posts Annatyler Sep 18 at 21:16
@Allisonevan this is exactly what brought me to this site someone recommended the site. I've blown too many accounts and lost lots of money too, please can you connect me to him? Maybe a phone number or an email pls I'll really appreciate.

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