I do not think it is easy to trade on Forex. Even for experienced traders. You always must be 'in trend'. You always should improve your knowledges. And it is also goes for different professions. If you want to be successfull, you must work hard.
@RobSchiz Yes achieving knowledge and getting skilled is not easy. Actually it takes a long time to get skilled and most people are not willing to give time for getting knowledge. Unfortunately they can waste time for nothing.
I think people believe that mastering the market is about finding the right system and when that doesn't work immediately they move on. Truth is there are many systems, mine is grid which has a bad name but I've been doing it since 2015. In my view it is not important what system you choose but more important to understand that you must become a specialist with that system and that will take time, perhaps years. Those who throw their arms up and says 'it doesn't work' are often people who have tried a few systems and dropped each one the first time they failed.
It is a bit of a paradox forex is the simplest thing in the world(hit buy or sell) but the mechanics behind it are definitely not. I do think you can reach a stage where you are in a place where you have the experience and knowledge and you become affected by the market swings or a losing trade then it becomes 'easy'
Everything seems difficult when you are new to it but with time as you gain experience, you start to understand things better. The problem is the majority of the traders quit way before they actually gain the experience and learn how the market works. This is why it’s very important that you don’t chase profits in the beginning and try to learn as much as you can without risking a big amount of money.
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