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Your Gain

siyamak (siya1989)
Oct 02 2020 at 08:06
13 Posts
How many pip you earn in every deal?
how many pip you earn in every week and month?

Oct 02 2020 at 08:25
365 Posts
My goal is something between 10 to 100 pips per trade, but it also depends on the asset you're trading and also on the market conditions and own mindset at that very time when I start or close a trade. For weekly or monthly results I don't have any pip-goals; I'm looking more on the percentage-gain. A monthly gain between 0.5% and 10% is okay for me, because that's most realistic on long terms (e.g. if you're trading an account for more than 2 years). Everything else is just gambling not trading. This is how 3 of my accounts are looking like this year:


EloTrading (globofx)
Oct 02 2020 at 10:47
33 Posts
My trading style is conservative. My focus is on small gains and on a continuous basis without the need for so much exposure to risk.

Yield estimate: 1000 pips per month
Profit average per trade: $1 (100 points)


Oct 02 2020 at 11:44
298 Posts
It's not specific and it should be specific. It depends on market situation. In some weeks you can get a lot of good trades. In some weeks it could be very few or none. Profit target should be quarterly or half yearly. Daily target sometimes causes psychological pressure resulting in unnecessary trades and loss.

Oct 02 2020 at 12:35
318 Posts
It depends on the market situation. You can not say it specifically.

Oct 02 2020 at 13:36
589 Posts
@Michihito said it right. Every trader's target should be different. It should be based on trading skills. We should not compare ourselves with how many pips others are making. We should focus on our individual skills and experience.

Oct 07 2020 at 23:34
298 Posts
I plan before trading. I never trade without a plan. I have a profit target of 200 pips per month. That means 50 pips a week and 10 pips regular. When there is a loss in a trade, I try to cover that loss with a risk-reward.

Oct 08 2020 at 18:19
341 Posts
Having a target is good. But I don't think it is wise to try making a specific amount of money every day. Your earning will depend on the market situation.

Oct 12 2020 at 08:19
26 Posts
Market situations affect every aspect of trade and it is not easy to specify a particular target. It also depends on what you are trading in and what the profit margin is. Focusing on petty or small gains could help in fulfilling short term goals.

Bennie Riley (bennieriley)
Oct 12 2020 at 13:03
36 Posts
It’s not consistent. Anywhere between 50 to 100 pips on a good day.

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