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Soybjon (Soyibjon)
Jan 03 2021 at 08:04
9 posts
Can i take investment with 20% drawdown 6 monthly stable profit 50%
forex_trader_[2058895]
Jan 03 2021 at 21:40
14 posts
Why not, if indeed the profits are stable?
Soybjon (Soyibjon)
Jan 04 2021 at 09:35
9 posts
BankerKol posted:
Why not, if indeed the profits are stable?

yes bro stable. how much profit i must do for 20% DD?
LeviSievwright5
Jan 05 2021 at 00:34
298 posts
BankerKol posted:
Why not, if indeed the profits are stable?
Yes, I agree with you.
Jamesmaculm
Jan 12 2021 at 04:11
16 posts
Making profits consistently is the biggest challenge that forex traders have to face. If you can overcome it, there is nothing that can stop you from making profits.
Soybjon (Soyibjon)
Jan 21 2021 at 17:12
9 posts
Jamesmaculm posted:
Making profits consistently is the biggest challenge that forex traders have to face. If you can overcome it, there is nothing that can stop you from making profits.

Thank you bro
KnowFinance
Jan 28 2021 at 04:40
85 posts
Jamesmaculm posted:
Making profits consistently is the biggest challenge that forex traders have to face. If you can overcome it, there is nothing that can stop you from making profits.
Will definitely keep in mind. Thanks for guiding!
starlavey
Feb 04 2021 at 03:39
15 posts
If you are making consistent profits, you can easily do that. Just work on your strategy and go with the one that gives you maximum returns, good luck.
robindude
Feb 04 2021 at 06:57
110 posts
Depending on your strategy, the output is full of possibilities.
yana hansen (78678676)
Feb 04 2021 at 07:46
137 posts
If you have been making profits consistently, then why not.
Marksteve
Feb 26 2021 at 11:43
36 posts
78678676 posted:
If you have been making profits consistently, then why not.
I agree with you. If someone’s making good profits, they can surely spare some money in my opinion.
deckwisp
Feb 26 2021 at 13:12
25 posts
It is not at all easy to make consistent profits in forex. I mean I haven’t had the chance to so I can say that.
LyudmilLukanov
Feb 26 2021 at 17:58
851 posts
Don’t risk too much for small gain. Set your risk reward ratio effective.
philipsimmions
Mar 02 2021 at 09:25
42 posts
deckwisp posted:
It is not at all easy to make consistent profits in forex. I mean I haven’t had the chance to so I can say that.
That is how it mostly is, but if you keep working hard and use effective risk or money management, you’ll be fine. What platforms are you using now?
deckwisp
Mar 02 2021 at 12:58
25 posts
philipsimmions posted:
deckwisp posted:
It is not at all easy to make consistent profits in forex. I mean I haven’t had the chance to so I can say that.
That is how it mostly is, but if you keep working hard and use effective risk or money management, you’ll be fine. What platforms are you using now?
I have been looking for a broker change these days. I was making a list and analysing some broker conditions. So far I’ve landed on Exness and Fxview. Heard a lot about them.
SofieAndreasen
Mar 03 2021 at 16:52
759 posts
Never invest the money what you cannot afford to lose. Always start trading with small capital.
DanielGlaus
Mar 03 2021 at 18:15
26 posts
Forex trading is for skilled people. And to be skilled we need trading education. Without being skilled, we can trade forex but can not make profit consistently.
Freddraven
Mar 05 2021 at 10:11
26 posts
LyudmilLukanov posted:
Don’t risk too much for small gain. Set your risk reward ratio effective.
Ok so here’s a catch. Everyone says that the risk-reward should be 1:2 but how many of you know it's mere bluff? If you ask me, the risk-reward ratio on its own is completely meaningless.
morkaldish
Mar 05 2021 at 11:12
9 posts
Try to focus on your strategy at this point and keep learning the ins and outs of it. This will help you with perfecting a particular strategy.
Willemcurtis
Mar 05 2021 at 11:57
26 posts
Freddraven posted:
LyudmilLukanov posted:
Don’t risk too much for small gain. Set your risk reward ratio effective.
Ok so here’s a catch. Everyone says that the risk-reward should be 1:2 but how many of you know it's mere bluff? If you ask me, the risk-reward ratio on its own is completely meaningless.
So I’ve heard. I believe combining risk-reward ratio with the expectancy to know whether we’ll be making money in the long run helps better. I’ve still got to try this strategy though and hoping for better results.
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