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@Lycineandrew if that’s how long your broker took to process the money, you need to re-consider trading with him. The whole transaction process will not take more than 24hrs. That’s been my experience with cmc markets and fxview. Even my ex-broker Alpari was good that way.
Adamgylicrist posted: I don’t know if I can call it the ‘most successful’ trade but it was somewhat close so I can consider it a success. I made some decent returns on EUR/GBP and since the price moved in my favor, I call it a win-win.
Was it the biggest win you've made till date?
I can’t say this was the biggest win but yes, it was the most profitable return I’ve seen in a while. I’m glad I went with Ig and Fxview and got faster withdrawals on my trade.
How long exactly does it take to get your money withdrawn from your broker? Mine took 7 days. Since it’s my first time withdrawing, I wanted to confirm the tenure.
Except for wire transfers, bank and credit/debit card transfers usually take 24 hrs to be processed. 7 days is too long a time. Even if you asked for the withdrawal a day before the weekend, it shouldn’t have taken this long.
Well, I am not sure in which context you are asking about the most successful trade. There are some trades that get you money and then there are some trades that get you skills that have the power of making you a consistently profitable trader.
I am still waiting for a trade that I can call my most successful trade. I have made some decent returns in the past but I don’t consider any of them as my most successful trade. I am sure that I can do better and have recently started to trade with Fxview and XTB that put no restrictions on trading style. So I suppose now I’ll be in a better position to trade as per my market analysis. My most successful trade is yet to come and I will share it here in some time. :)
inspirenez posted: I am still waiting for a trade that I can call my most successful trade. I have made some decent returns in the past but I don’t consider any of them as my most successful trade. I am sure that I can do better and have recently started to trade with Fxview and XTB that put no restrictions on trading style. So I suppose now I’ll be in a better position to trade as per my market analysis. My most successful trade is yet to come and I will share it here in some time. :)
Good spirit! We must never stop learning and never feel satisfied with what we have achieved so far. There is so much that can be done and achieved in the market. I have recently started to make some profits but don’t have a trade that I can call my best.
It’s hard to mention just one trade. There have been trades that got me profits and there have also been trades that prepared me for my future trades with the losses I had to face. And I truly believe that a trade that makes you a better trader deserves to be known as your most successful trade. I know I am getting a bit philosophical and all here but that’s how I truly think :)
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