ZINA67 posted: I'm new on Forex and lost 6000... and I don't refill my deposits more.. I was ready to loose at the beginning.. I told to myself:' You will loose, you must pay for knowledge and experience'. But I stopped to jogging, Scandinavian walking..I stopped to read usual books and I read and watch about trading only .. I sleep very bad and cant sleep without sleeping pills.. And when I sleep - I dream only about Forex.. I think I am crashing my health... I think I must stop... I just still have money on my account and I loose them and increase their number again and cant finish still..... I think many traders live like that... But not everybody speak truth to... I hope I will find strengths to over it at last.. This is a real depending for usual people, although it is a business, not a casino..... I think it is a business for professionals only, but very hard business.. My friends.. A lot of you thinks the same, is n't it?
Trade on cent account You will feed your addiction but not los emuch.
Dictiony posted: I think it is very difficult for a trader to leave Forex trading because there is always hope to make a profit. Although Forex is hard todo I would not want to leave it because I am here to make a profit. Forex can be risky if you want to be quick rick with it so always try to learn it and then make a profit. What do you think?
Forex trading is the toughest way to make easy money. It is extremely enticing as well. Thus, it is not easy for traders to quit. Thing is if a trader does not deal with it accordingly, he gets punished by this market mercilessly. He may not even never come back in trading. Thus, it is best to learn and prepare himself well before trading with live account.
That’s true, similar to the way that people continue gambling after winning something, up until they lose their winnings. I trade as a way to bring in extra income and while there are other options out there to make money from home, I don’t think any of them could be as flexible or lucrative. On the other hand, quitting could be easy for a beginner that has just blown their account and realized that they didn’t spend enough time learning.
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