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When a trader uses small

Akasuki
Oct 03 at 08:19
posts 334
@LukeRachel Yes without risk management, it's not possible to survive in the forex market. Unfortunately many people do not follow any risk management team.

croisssan
Oct 03 at 08:38
posts 457
It would be necessary to clarify what we are talking about at all. Sometimes it is better to start with a small amount, especially if the trader does not have enough experience.

LukeRachel
Oct 03 at 15:07
posts 364
Akasuki posted:
@LukeRachel Yes without risk management, it's not possible to survive in the forex market. Unfortunately many people do not follow any risk management team.

Of course, risk management is important for every trader.

HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
Oct 04 at 00:48
posts 109
It’s better to deposit more if possible, but some may not have a lot of funds to start with. It also ain’t advisable to take out loans for trading. Fortunately, some brokers do cater to those that would like to start with a small investment. I also think that low entry barriers make more timid traders feel confident enough to make that first deposit whereas a minimum in the thousands would be intimidating.

LukeRachel
Oct 05 at 14:47
posts 364
HeavLeighGill26 posted:
It’s better to deposit more if possible, but some may not have a lot of funds to start with. It also ain’t advisable to take out loans for trading. Fortunately, some brokers do cater to those that would like to start with a small investment. I also think that low entry barriers make more timid traders feel confident enough to make that first deposit whereas a minimum in the thousands would be intimidating.

This is the real thing, your reasoning inspired me. In fact, there are many brokers in trading who allow you to trade with little investment. But with this small investment there are many obstacles to overcome.

SteveHanks
Nov 04 at 17:54
posts 433
Proper risk management is mandatory for every trader.

Doombinder
Il y a 5 heures
posts 19
I can agree with you actually. Small capital in my opinion should be used only in two main situations. If you are a novice and you want to understand the mechanics of the market, so you can open a position with couple of dollars and close it with 0.5$ for example, or with minus 0.5$. By these techniques you will be able to stay with your deposit and you wil be able to learn trading.
Another situation where you can use small deposit is when you want not to stay for too long in trading. If you want just to get acquinted with trading activity and no more. You will lose all your deposit and you will understand that it's not the activity you want to run.

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