The motivation behind why, is that most traders assume that 'more is better', when as a general rule 'more' is in reality more awful, as it identifies with Forex trading. There truly is no compelling reason to sit before your PC for a considerable length of time investigating Forex news reports or various pointers. My trading theory is that all factors that influence a market's price development are reflected by means of the price activity on a price chart.
Yes ofcorse . More or less is not important to me . Its more about the right thing. I think wasting too much time on a PC only makes you procrastinate your trade. So the moment i find a good trading opportunity , i immediately place an order for the same. So it not about more time , its just about the right time.
Abhijeet posted: I like to check on markets during the day but do not sit in front of PC. I will come back at the close of candles to see what is going on but I will just over trade if I am watching charts all day
On which pair you are talking about? EURUSD? Currently I am bearish on this major trading pair!
But at the start of the career or any trader I think little capital and short trades are simply unavoidable at all for many many reasons here completely. So I really do hope for all what is really happening there. I do not see why it should make it any longer.
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