TradeHut posted: Newcomers should have sufficient knowledge of Forex and the most important factor required is patience.
Absolutely right. Few traders fail to realize that success takes time and often fall prey to their own impatience. It could either be a rough environment, market volatility, or charts could be hard to read, the wise decision would be to back off and forget about it.
Yeah and even entering and exiting the trade at the right moment is something that requires a lot of patience. Waiting for the right trade opportunities is something that traders find difficult. This is the reason why practicing demo account trading is suggested. There are reliable brokers out there like xm and fxview with good platforms. See if these suit you and invest some time instead of wasting your money.
PercymcDonnell54 posted: Explain something to me here. Sitting in the chair and watching the market move while I wait “patiently”, how will it reap me any profits when I’ll be missing out on trading opportunities?
See now that’s the idea, you needn’t rush into bad currency trades. If they don’t come up in that particular session, there’s always next. It’ll be worth the wait and patience.
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