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Nov 26 2017 at 08:00
6 posts
All marketing process starts slowly, especially in this business you have to be patient

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 26 2017 at 11:10
1944 posts
5% a month is a common goal for Investors ,intra day trading its unlimited especially trading Forex or Crypto ,market volatility plays a big part obviously,you have to learn to step away from losing trades as quickly as possible and let winners run.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
Nov 30 2017 at 15:37
10 posts
5% a month is my target. Any more than that and you are dreaming

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 30 2017 at 15:53
1944 posts
Do you think the market cares how much you make each month ,find the right trades and you can make way more than 5% a month.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
May 30 at 19:11
137 posts
Patrick14 posted:
All marketing process starts slowly, especially in this business you have to be patient

Yes. in this business you need to be patient and steady.

Jun 03 at 01:28
142 posts
mlawson71 posted:
I think this is a very subjective issue. Different people have a different idea what is considered profitable. For example, if I do 1% to 5% of profit per month I am terribly pleased, but others would scoff at such results and wouldn't consider them nearly enough.

It's just that people's ideas are different. For example, some people want 5% profit per month and some want 10%. Loss/profit is to be combined to gain profit.

Jun 03 at 15:48
447 posts
Kgodloveme posted:
Every trader is different. With my trading system and strategy, I can make on average 20% a month with minimum risk.

I also plan and create a trading strategy like you. However, my profit percentage is 5% per month.

Jun 04 at 09:44
3 posts
yes 5% a month is realistic and if you get that every month then the annual return is fantastic. Most hedgefunds make around 10% a year

Jun 08 at 10:10
441 posts
I am trying for monthly 5% growth. But I am currently making a 2% average return.

StanleyFrancisco (StanleyFrancisco)
Jun 08 at 11:47
2 posts
I think trying to get a consistent positive returns on a month-to-month basis is a little difficult. Personally, I'd like it to be an annual thing. I always tell myself if the largest fund management companies out there measure their performance on a year-to-year basis, why should I measure mine monthly? Just my 2 cents.

“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” — Tony Robbins
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