@YaelGoldwasser If you plan to invest more, focus on a single instrument or max 2 to study their prices and reach a solid level of expertise. You can increase your portfolio over time - no rush to spend a lot quickly. If you are new trader, consider low leverage setups.
FxMasterGuru posted: If you don't want to spend 10,000+ hours in front of monitors and lose all your Forex funds with 95% certainty (statistically of course), then better to join someone who is already profitable. You know:
Sometimes finding the right money manager is also a big challenge. I guess this is easier said than done, though.
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