In a nutshell, trading forex is putting the odds(if u will) in your favor same as being able to count cards at the card table, and if you get caught (and you will sooner or later) you will be escorted out and your picture will be on the board in many Casinos. The line is not thin between Forex and Gambling. Ask yourself, does the Casino ever allow you to put the odds in your favor to win or Beat the House? I don't think so!!! 'Drop the Mike'
Forex trading is buying and sell transaction, this is a real business, but usually, traders that come to join in forex want to speculate in the market, but forex is not gambling, this is a high-risk high gain trading business, anyone trader that doesn't accept the risk, better stay away from forex because this maybe not suitable for them.
Oktaviani posted: Trading definetely shouldn't be betting. Successful trading cannot be betting, it is just impossible to guess right all the time to make consistent profits.
Exactly, trading can’t be compared with gambling, these two are way different things. Trading can not be done without proper knowledge and plan whereas we do not need any strategy and any plan for gambling.
You are absolutely right! Gambling and casinos are just a game, yes for money, but it is a game, there are rules in these games, and there is no competition. Everything depends only on your skills in this game and on luck. In trade, everything is completely the opposite. There must be an ability to analyze what is happening in the world. There are fundamental rules and everything, in fact, you have a huge field with a crop in front of you and what to do with it is up to you. It's not like playing [url=https://220.127.116.11/]Togel[/url] or anything like it, it's a real business. If you came into trading with the mindset of a casino player, then you will fail, you must think coolly and without hesitation, then you will succeed!
According to me, forex trading is taken as gambling by those who consider it a quick money making machine while there is nothing like gambling in the forex market, the only thing which works here is knowledge and skills.
CocoChannel posted: According to me, forex trading is taken as gambling by those who consider it a quick money making machine while there is nothing like gambling in the forex market, the only thing which works here is knowledge and skills.
Agree with this but also its probability with the math in our favour. We have a statistical edge once it is played out over a number of trades we will be up. Similarly big betting companies arent 'gambling' they know in the long run they will be profitable due to statistics
Depends how you look at it I guess. I just saw the Carl Icahn movie on HBO. The guy said it's all gamble in the markets. You can't really be sure you gonna get the desired outcome. Soros says you have to rely on your instincts and more or less guess what's gonna happen.
Keep in mind that trading in the Forex market can be dangerous. There are several threats to be aware of, all of which can result in financial ruin. Trading strategies that are meticulous and well-planned, on the other hand, will produce positive outcomes and assist you in becoming a professional over time. You shouldn't base your entire strategy on short-term goals and objectives, and you'll become better with practice. Keep these factors in mind at all times, and remember that forex trading is not a game of chance. Your decision-making skills will improve as a result of accepting this, and you'll be able to learn how to create effective trading methods. Playing slot machines/gambling is not the same as trading forex.
Forex is how you are using it for. If you like to gamble, it’s up to you because you can do this. But, if you are here for professional trading, you can also do that. There are several other strategies like scalping, long time trading, hedging etc. So sketch out your own strategy before getting into trading.
Forex is not pure speculation. There are skills that traders have to build before placing a trade. Fundamental & technical analysis, trading psychology, risk & money management are some of the few skills among many others. The more the traders know about these skills, the more they can increase their chance of winning trades.
FXOday posted: Yes, forex is business and not gambling, but depending on yours as an account holder, if want to work as a gambling trader you can bet in the forex market based on luck only, and forex trading is not based on luck, it required experience, knowledge patience, forex trading is high-risk business but not as gambling.
To be honest, Money Management is very much important! There is no way to make quick money in Forex! On the other hand, which traders try make quick money here, end of the day they lose their full capital!
UweMoench posted: Forex is not like gambling. I have taken trading as a business and a business isn't a betting it is about speculation. Different traders intentionally or unwittingly consider trading to be betting. Thusly they wind up losing their cash. We should see it as a business.
But you can stick to a system the same as you do with gambling and you either win or lose. Same with trading.
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