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Trading for the long-term

Afterpiece
May 23 at 09:50
posts 29
If you are a long-time forex trader, meaning that you either practice swing trading or position trading, it is important for you to follow fundamental and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis of the forex market is very important because an examined outlook of all fields of life gives you an idea how the market will perform overtime. This helps you in long term trading in deciding when you want to exit the trade.
Inessive
May 24 at 07:14
posts 24
Whether you are a full-time or part-time trader, it makes no difference. It all basically comes down to having a solid approach. If you have a solid successful approach, you can make money and survive for a long period.
RoRand
May 24 at 16:40
posts 4
For me, all those who trade no-long term are risky guys. Maybe I'm wrong, but trading on minutes is better with the help of an adviser. I do not understand them, so my opinion is based precisely on my feelings:) I think that long-term trading still has less risks as such. Although the risk of losing funds in both cases is high.
Marcolis
May 25 at 04:47
posts 87
I always prefer long term trading to scalping because long-term trading refers to the complete professionalism. For long-term trading, good market forecast is badly needed. Long term traders should focus on fundamental analysis because only fundamental analysis can serve them an exact market forecast.
SteveFx11
May 25 at 05:08
posts 58
Trading for long-term helps a trader come across several of his setbacks. Proper learning helps traders conquering all setbacks and also assists in discovering different ways to get rid of losses and bring advancement in knowledge.
Pendular
May 26 at 07:38
posts 16
A sound strategy is the only thing that really matters. If you have a strategy that has been tried and tested, then you should be able to make a significant amount of money no matter if it is a short term or long term trading strategy.
Nakedize
Jun 16 at 07:34
posts 46
True that! Oftentimes, we forget about the vital fact that it all depends on how we play the game, how much knowledge we have, and how we apply it and tweak it wherever possible. We sometimes enter into the world of forex without knowing or calculating the risks involved and then losing it all.
NikkiStrickland
Jun 20 at 11:21
posts 17
It entirely depends on a trader's goals and objectives, whether long-term or short-term. The most important factor is the strategy used. It has the potential to change the entire game.
Jan (JanJj)
Jun 20 at 12:20
posts 6
Long term trading is good for those who like long term trading.
For me it's not working. But I really respect those who trading this way.
FinshedForex
Jun 20 at 15:18
posts 9
Long term FX is not worth it. Better to trade stocks or crypto
Suradi (FXOday)
Jun 21 at 00:09
posts 334
Long-term trading must get support from a reliable broker, when a trader working on a long-term trading plan, some point maybe need to become considered is including swap fee or rollover fee, spread trading strategy, funds and more
ChristineRamon
Jun 22 at 10:22
posts 8
If you are keeping the track of the product you want to invest for the long term, then you may think to invest in it. What I meant by keeping track, I mean like it's chart, it's base, news about it etc. Otherwise, it is a bit dangerous game.
Washboard
Jun 23 at 04:26
posts 26
It's your job as a trader to figure out which strategy works best for you. Regardless of whether you're trading for the short or long term. It doesn't really matter. The strategy is the most important aspect to consider. Successful trading careers can be built on a solid foundation of sound trading strategies that have proven to be profitable over time.
NathanJr
Jul 13 at 12:45
posts 18
If you are a beginner, then long term is a good experience to gain knowledge and experience of real or live trading. Also focus on the results instead of the duration of the trade.
Parker09
Jul 26 at 10:42
posts 53
Beginners can use long-term trading to obtain live trading experience and develop various strategies. It is also important to focus on the results and not on the duration of the trade.
Zaftig
Jul 26 at 11:46
posts 18
Yes, winning trades in forex can make up for a good source of consistent income in the long run. Forex trading is not easy, it requires a lot of accuracy in analysis to be able to predict the market correctly and take profitable decisions without letting overwhelming decisions block a clear thought process. But once you become profitable, there is no holding back. Many people have made their living out of forex trading. In order to achieve this, you need to trade diligently for a long term.
Yiannis_trader
Jul 29 at 04:34
posts 26
I would advise having solid and thorough knowledge of forex trading if you want to succeed as a long-term trader in the market. You should also improve your trading techniques as they are one of the most crucial factors in succeeding in the forex market. So start learning more about trading in order to have good experience.
billysnyder
Aug 02 at 06:54
posts 111
Long-term trading requires good experience and learning. It is also a game of patience. Therefore, long-term strategies should be considered only by those who are comfortable being patient for long periods of time.
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