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What is the average profit...

Patrick14
Nov 26 2017 at 08:00
6 Posts
All marketing process starts slowly, especially in this business you have to be patient

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 26 2017 at 11:10
1944 Posts
5% a month is a common goal for Investors ,intra day trading its unlimited especially trading Forex or Crypto ,market volatility plays a big part obviously,you have to learn to step away from losing trades as quickly as possible and let winners run.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
BonkersBit
Nov 30 2017 at 15:37
10 Posts
5% a month is my target. Any more than that and you are dreaming

snapdragon1970 (snapdragon1970)
Nov 30 2017 at 15:53
1944 Posts
Do you think the market cares how much you make each month ,find the right trades and you can make way more than 5% a month.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
RobSchiz
May 30 at 19:11
242 Posts
Patrick14 posted:
All marketing process starts slowly, especially in this business you have to be patient

Yes. in this business you need to be patient and steady.

LukeRachel
Jun 03 at 01:28
210 Posts
mlawson71 posted:
I think this is a very subjective issue. Different people have a different idea what is considered profitable. For example, if I do 1% to 5% of profit per month I am terribly pleased, but others would scoff at such results and wouldn't consider them nearly enough.

It's just that people's ideas are different. For example, some people want 5% profit per month and some want 10%. Loss/profit is to be combined to gain profit.

AliaDare
Jun 03 at 15:48
525 Posts
Kgodloveme posted:
Every trader is different. With my trading system and strategy, I can make on average 20% a month with minimum risk.

I also plan and create a trading strategy like you. However, my profit percentage is 5% per month.

fxWrestler
Jun 04 at 09:44
9 Posts
yes 5% a month is realistic and if you get that every month then the annual return is fantastic. Most hedgefunds make around 10% a year

SofieAndreasen
Jun 08 at 10:10
484 Posts
I am trying for monthly 5% growth. But I am currently making a 2% average return.

StanleyFrancisco (StanleyFrancisco)
Jun 08 at 11:47
2 Posts
I think trying to get a consistent positive returns on a month-to-month basis is a little difficult. Personally, I'd like it to be an annual thing. I always tell myself if the largest fund management companies out there measure their performance on a year-to-year basis, why should I measure mine monthly? Just my 2 cents.

“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” — Tony Robbins
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