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100 lots to start off!

tinklesmoker
Feb 25 at 14:47
24 messages
Thinking about starting trade with a 100 lots. What do you think? Do you have any past experience with high lots trading?

LyudmilLukanov
Feb 25 at 17:26
419 messages
Traders need high capital to trade with 100 lot. It is also extremely risky.

forexminded
Mar 01 at 08:22
35 messages
If you have enough money to trade and have a proper risk reward ratio in terms of return, then go ahead.

tinklesmoker
Mar 01 at 12:53
24 messages
forexminded posted:
If you have enough money to trade and have a proper risk reward ratio in terms of return, then go ahead.

I do have a plan and its worked well on my demo account, is that good enough?

irkedduff
Mar 02 at 11:02
26 messages
High lots trading can be risky. If you have just started trading, stick to 100 lots. Once you will be able to fill up that frequently, you can level up your lots.

ReaderTrimble33
Mar 02 at 13:11
20 messages
Trading has risks and you ought to take some in order to earn. I have either demo traded or traded in micro lots. If you are not willing to put a lot of capital in the initial start of the trading, go with micro lots.

Ericdier752
Mar 03 at 04:03
59 messages
Demo trading is good George. But one can also choose nano lots for trading in forex.

jamesmaxwell52
Mar 03 at 06:04
42 messages
Ericdier752 posted:
Demo trading is good George. But one can also choose nano lots for trading in forex.

Nano lots will not give you high profits and to be very honest, we trade to earn. So if your profits are low, what is the point of trading. Micro lots are a better choice.

caringloriana
Mar 03 at 08:02
26 messages
You are doing it right. Starting off with 100 lots is a better way in order to take low risks. In micro accounts, trading volume is low and some brokers give you no or minimum deposits and don’t even charge for deposits. I know the profits might be low but it’s good to keep it slow, rather than running fast and losing.

ddarko3
Mar 03 at 12:24
50 messages
Consider trying that out in demo trading and see it feels for you. You will get your answer there.

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