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Learning Forex Trading

May 20 at 04:28
posts 26
You will have to work hard to reach where you want to. The market doesn’t give many chances to make money. You have to learn to find your chance of making a profit and build your trading plan as per that.
May 20 at 08:13
posts 258
learning is everything , but in spite of having much learning the result of trading can be useless if there is no regular level of practice.
Jun 06 at 04:24
posts 38
With the advancement of technology and the internet, knowing and learning about the forex market, trading has become comparatively easier. Yes, one has to put in time and effort to acquire knowledge. But any information that you need is freely accessible. So we all need to take advantage of this opportunity and focus on learning well. But applying the learned knowledge into your trading decisions is the real challenge. And one who is good at this is called a skilled trader. Having knowledge is useless unless you know how to use that knowledge. Theoretical knowledge alone cannot help in forex trading. Practical knowledge comes from hands-on experience in the forex market itself. So we need to keep learning and practicing in order to become profitable forex traders in the long run.
Jun 10 at 08:24
posts 32
You can learn how to trade forex. Forex trading is a high-risk, high-reward endeavour. Lots of information is available on the internet. It's there for you to use. However, as you know, real knowledge is gained through practice. For this, you should open a demo account and practice more. Demo accounts allow you to learn without putting any of your own money at risk.
Jun 13 at 12:21
posts 16
Most people who are learning forex do so by immersing themselves in educational materials such as articles, books, and videos. Let me share some additional advice with you that will help you learn more effectively:
1. Start practising on a demo account.
2. Learn to keep your emotions away from trading.
3. Do not risk your money that you cannot afford to lose.
4. Patience and discipline is mandatory. It takes time to be a profitable trader.
Jun 14 at 10:26
posts 24
As a trader, your primary objective should be to constantly improve your knowledge and skills. Nowadays, the Internet is the most important source of information. With a single click, you can access all the information you need. Don't give up. In order to be a successful trader, you must continue to learn.
Jun 15 at 06:23
posts 17
A trader should always take the concept of leverage very seriously, because being over leveraged can present significant risks, while if you choose to stay underleveraged, it may minimise your earnings potential. Leverage must be used only within its logical limits, as its effect on both gains and losses can get magnified. As a beginner, you should consider limiting your leverage to a maximum of 10:1. Or to be really safe, 1:1. Trading with too high a leverage ratio is one of the most common errors made by new forex traders.
Jun 29 at 05:49
posts 716
this is a fine reply with great detail. thanks for your nice post.
Jul 22 at 04:22
posts 29
Learning forex trading is not an easy undertaking, as many people believe. Learning is an ongoing process that is vital for everyone, whether they are beginners or experts. A good trading strategy, hard work and market knowledge, determination, and a genuine desire to succeed can all help you achieve your objectives.
Danny Gilbert (Whitethroat)
Jul 22 at 13:00
posts 17
I would advise you to surround yourself with people who trade Forex.
Together you will learn to understand the market much faster.
PnG Forex (PaulGerard)
Jul 23 at 08:57
posts 3
Learning forex trading is a continuous endeavor.
Learning about forex market and how to trade it isnt a big issue. Nowadays, all the brokerage firms have educational resources available for beginners on their website. So, learning about forex is easy.

The part of the equation that we all ignored at the beginning is 'learning about oneself and his/her relationship with money'. The broker is not going to give you that part of the lesson, in the process of learning to trade profitably the forex market.

So, Instead of devoting all the time to learn about all the technical stuffs about forex trading, focus more on the psychological, once you understand the movement of the market. Because you must 'become one with the market' before you can 'have success as a trader'.
Master thyself, trade well and create wealth. No Signal No Trade. No Stop-Loss No Entry. In Profits Pay Yourself.
Aug 17 at 05:06
posts 20
I think a beginner should start with a small amount and trade without risking too much. Leverage increases your risk and it is better to use minimum leverage until you get experienced in trading.
Aug 19 at 19:31
posts 18
Training is one of the main things in trading. It's important.
Because the result of good training is money.
If you don't learn well, you lose money.
Good training means money earned.
It's simple.
As for the minimum deposit.... $500 is a really good amount to start with.
It might be better to do otherwise. Trade on a demo account for 1-2 weeks and then trade on a live account with a $100 deposit (If your broker allows it)
This training will give better results because you also train your emotions.
This is important.
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