Forex trading can indeed lead to great returns, but it is important to avoid thinking that it is so easy and quick to attain. The truth is that it takes time, plenty of work such as by carrying out careful analyses, and you also need to be responsible in your trading by setting certain limits in terms of risks and money management.
While it is easy to put things on paper and plan while outside the market, getting into the market and implementing your plan really tests your ability and capabilities. Your first plan can be made better if you take market experience into account, since with experience you can overcompensate for any deficiencies.
Williamfreed posted: While it is easy to put things on paper and plan while outside the market, getting into the market and implementing your plan really tests your ability and capabilities. Your first plan can be made better if you take market experience into account, since with experience you can overcompensate for any deficiencies.
Yes planning for anything is very easy but executing the plan and working according to it is the real test, that is why before going live we need to practice on demo accounts.
I do agree with you here, if we talk about short-term investing. Forex trading can bring you really high profits in a short period of time especially if we compare it with some other forms of investing. However, if we talk about long-term, investing in stocks or funds is much more profitable and less nervous than trading.
Forex trading is a high-risk high gain, for long term return if any trader already having good ability to make a consistent profit, it will become a good gain for the long term, but indeed forex is risky, maybe only 15% traders can survive and make money in forex, diversification investment is one way to manage to invest business, an investor suggested to giving less than 30% potion for trading.
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