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How much do you risk in total to make big profits at ago?

pipskilla
Dec 19 2020 at 08:05
posts 1
you can risk everything you want as long as you feel comfortable with the amont

SofieAndreasen
Dec 20 2020 at 11:55
posts 759
Johannes33865 posted:
I prefer not to take much risk. Although at the beginning of my trade, I often exceeded the acceptable risks and, as a result, suffered large losses. Therefore, at the present time, tell me not to risk more than 10-15%.

As for me, 10-15% risks per trade is quite high. I only take 5% risk per trade.

richardmarcus
Dec 21 2020 at 06:27
posts 104
pipskilla posted:
you can risk everything you want as long as you feel comfortable with the amont

that did not sound comforting though :P

Michihito
Dec 24 2020 at 12:04
posts 298
Trading is risky. That's why Managing risk is very important for maximizing profit. I risk 2% of my capital for each trade. Similarly, the most silly introduction to risk is 4%. It proposes I open most crazy of 2 trades. I figure everyone should keep up their hazard association rules. Without overseeing risk in trading entire arrangement achievement is farfetched.

Phyllis_Berry
Dec 25 2020 at 09:28
posts 10
Risk control is one of the most difficult things on the market.
And to cope with it, you need to do a lot of work.
It is true.

LyudmilLukanov
Dec 26 2020 at 11:22
posts 796
Phyllis_Berry posted:
Risk control is one of the most difficult things on the market.
And to cope with it, you need to do a lot of work.
It is true.

I agree. Learn first in demo account how to control risk. It is very important.

Michihito
Dec 27 2020 at 08:11
posts 298
Most people just want to make money just by entering into the market. They do not try to understand the reality. The reality is it needs time to be a good trader. You have to invest a lot of time and efforts. It is not going to happen just by learning some ready made strategies and a few months demo trading.

richardmarcus
Dec 28 2020 at 06:03
posts 104
Michihito posted:
Most people just want to make money just by entering into the market. They do not try to understand the reality. The reality is it needs time to be a good trader. You have to invest a lot of time and efforts. It is not going to happen just by learning some ready made strategies and a few months demo trading.
true that wise words from you

Elena Triston (ele020)
Dec 28 2020 at 06:41
posts 219
A calculative risk between 2-5% is acceptable depending upon your confidence in the trade idea. I never go beyond 5% in any condition.

The more your practice, the more you learn.
lovefortrading (perryjohn765)
Dec 28 2020 at 12:13
posts 238
risk percent is 10% max. i wont go beyond that

jasperrobert
Jan 19 2021 at 04:11
posts 15
Risking 1% of your trade is good. It is a safe way of going about it. I don’t risk more than 2% myself. The safer the better.

richardmarcus
Jan 19 2021 at 04:30
posts 104
jasperrobert posted:
Risking 1% of your trade is good. It is a safe way of going about it. I don’t risk more than 2% myself. The safer the better.

After generating 10% profits i opt out of trade

carolehaye
Feb 12 2021 at 04:41
posts 18
That is fair and it is also not advisable to risk more than 2% of your trades. This is the safest for any trader.

hailddjs
Mar 02 2021 at 04:25
posts 12
I don’t go beyond risking 2% of my trades and it works out fine for me. It is wise to not go beyond 1 or 2% of the total and most traders tend to do that.

UweMoench
Mar 02 2021 at 05:35
posts 751
My risk is 2% of my capital for each trade. Similarly, the most silly introduction to risk is 4%. It proposes I open most crazy of 2 trades. I figure everyone should keep up their hazard association rules. Without overseeing risk in trading entire arrangement achievement is farfetched. Stop loss is a part of risk management.

RobSchiz
Apr 03 2021 at 11:25
posts 567
UweMoench posted:
My risk is 2% of my capital for each trade. Similarly, the most silly introduction to risk is 4%. It proposes I open most crazy of 2 trades. I figure everyone should keep up their hazard association rules. Without overseeing risk in trading entire arrangement achievement is farfetched. Stop loss is a part of risk management.

Taking not more than 2% risk is very nice decision.

Akasuki
Jun 07 2021 at 10:59
posts 500
I risk 2% percent of my capital. And I do not open more than 1 trade at a time. Once I closed a trade, then I think about opening a new trade.

RobertFerrari
Sep 07 2021 at 18:19
posts 375
Akasuki posted:
I risk 2% percent of my capital. And I do not open more than 1 trade at a time. Once I closed a trade, then I think about opening a new trade.

I think 2% is good enough.

HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
Sep 08 2021 at 02:01
posts 231
I believe a lot of experts recommend never risking more than 1% of your total account balance, so about $1 for every $100 in your account. I typically follow this rule but sometimes I adjust it and risk slightly more if I’m more confident about a trade. Around 3% is the highest I usually go as I don’t like to risk too much.

CraigMcG2020
Sep 08 2021 at 06:58
posts 306
I always risk 1% but by reward is always 3 time this. I think thats the key. Now my accruacy is 90% or anything like it but i am profitable to where im happy

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