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5 Things I have learned in 5 years of trading!

skihav
Feb 20 at 19:20
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A very important thing that I realized is that you should always think about your decisions. Sometimes haste leads to negative results.
Seb King (sebking1986)
Feb 21 at 10:43
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Agreed, if you're rushing then it's probably not a good trade.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
croisssan
Feb 21 at 14:08
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Honestly, for 5 years I have enough experience. It should be understood that during work this is quite enough to gain experience.
AhmadAli89
Feb 24 at 15:50
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sebking1986 posted:
1) A broker is not that important. 90% of them are fine so use whatever one you are comfortable with.

2) Social media “gurus” often don’t actually trade themselves and make their money conning the vast majority of people coming into trading looking for quick cash – don’t get caught out!

3) Nobody can give you a ready-made strategy and then send you off to start making money, A strategy is something personal to you in terms of time, risk tolerance, psychology, speed of the market etc. Take bits from different sources and then take the time to formulate and test your own strategy that fits your own parameters. There is no “one-size fits all” in trading.

4) Trading of any type is NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME! It takes time for the above reasons to first learn the basics and then formulate a strategy, test it thoroughly and implement it.

5) Set achievable goals – when you first start break even at the end of the month might be a great target for you and that is fine. Not losing long term is priority number one to protect your capital. Don’t compare your 1000hrs of practice to another person’s 10,000hrs. Be better than you were 6 months ago and focus on that.

What else have you all learned in your time trading?

Thanks for sharing your trading experience with us! Actually, this is why I am very much excited on this forum! There have so many useful members, who are willingly sharing valuable info as like you! That’s the power of Forum & forum community!
Brick_56
Feb 25 at 04:45
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The things which I have learnt throughout my trading journey are how to keep patience, stay dedicated, focused and how to manage risks and capital efficiently.
Marcolis
Feb 25 at 09:07
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croisssan posted:
To be honest, I learned a lot on the demo account. But after that I learned many more things that I always use in the process of work. As for me, the main thing is not to borrow for trading.
That’s true, I see a number of new traders try to gather huge amount of capital to trade in live account! Although, their trading skill isn’t up to the mark! Forex is a risky business where more than 90% traders are losers! So, don’t try to make quick money here!
Jungle78
Feb 28 at 20:32
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Number 4 is so important its not a get rich quick scheme contray to the IG fanfare gurus bloody leaches and charlatans
LabuyaChicay
Mar 02 at 06:57
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sebking1986 posted:
1) A broker is not that important. 90% of them are fine so use whatever one you are comfortable with.

2) Social media “gurus” often don’t actually trade themselves and make their money conning the vast majority of people coming into trading looking for quick cash – don’t get caught out!

3) Nobody can give you a ready-made strategy and then send you off to start making money, A strategy is something personal to you in terms of time, risk tolerance, psychology, speed of the market etc. Take bits from different sources and then take the time to formulate and test your own strategy that fits your own parameters. There is no “one-size fits all” in trading.

4) Trading of any type is NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME! It takes time for the above reasons to first learn the basics and then formulate a strategy, test it thoroughly and implement it.

5) Set achievable goals – when you first start break even at the end of the month might be a great target for you and that is fine. Not losing long term is priority number one to protect your capital. Don’t compare your 1000hrs of practice to another person’s 10,000hrs. Be better than you were 6 months ago and focus on that.

What else have you all learned in your time trading?
Nice to see your progress! But I believe, Learning is a continues process! Traders need to focus on mainly technical & fundamental analysis; having a good trading skill is the main concern here! Without a good trading skill no one can exist here!
croisssan
Mar 02 at 10:34
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In fact, I learned a lot really. At least - knowledge and ability to make decisions.
LabuyaChicay
Mar 02 at 11:14
51 投稿
5 year trading journey is not a small journey and this time passes through several ups and downs. During this period, a person learns how to go ahead in Forex and get the merit of developing a strategy. Personally, I prefer moving average strategy.
CraigMcG2020
Mar 25 at 08:22
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LabuyaChicay posted:
5 year trading journey is not a small journey and this time passes through several ups and downs. During this period, a person learns how to go ahead in Forex and get the merit of developing a strategy. Personally, I prefer moving average strategy.

Thats the key though there are so many ways to skin a cat and i think persistance and perseverance are the actual qualities you need to be successful in this industry
Maidas888
Mar 27 at 09:03
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It’s not flashy or quick mate, like any profession or should I say business venture it comes with risk and hard work
no_frame
Mar 28 at 04:58
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sebking1986 posted:
1) A broker is not that important. 90% of them are fine so use whatever one you are comfortable with.

2) Social media “gurus” often don’t actually trade themselves and make their money conning the vast majority of people coming into trading looking for quick cash – don’t get caught out!

3) Nobody can give you a ready-made strategy and then send you off to start making money, A strategy is something personal to you in terms of time, risk tolerance, psychology, speed of the market etc. Take bits from different sources and then take the time to formulate and test your own strategy that fits your own parameters. There is no “one-size fits all” in trading.

4) Trading of any type is NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME! It takes time for the above reasons to first learn the basics and then formulate a strategy, test it thoroughly and implement it.

5) Set achievable goals – when you first start break even at the end of the month might be a great target for you and that is fine. Not losing long term is priority number one to protect your capital. Don’t compare your 1000hrs of practice to another person’s 10,000hrs. Be better than you were 6 months ago and focus on that.

What else have you all learned in your time trading?
Good to see this, I learnt to keep a control on my emotions.
skihav
Mar 28 at 11:38
801 投稿
I can say even more - I learned a lot more than just 5 things. To work in this niche, you need to learn a lot more.
LabuyaChicay
Mar 29 at 06:08
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Forex trading doesn’t only require trading skill rather it also requires some good human qualities like patience, perseverance and determination. When both are combined, trading success becomes easier for a trader. So, traders should devote to achieving success as early as possible.
Gripho_Griff
Mar 29 at 10:14
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sebking1986 posted:
1) A broker is not that important. 90% of them are fine so use whatever one you are comfortable with.

2) Social media “gurus” often don’t actually trade themselves and make their money conning the vast majority of people coming into trading looking for quick cash – don’t get caught out!

3) Nobody can give you a ready-made strategy and then send you off to start making money, A strategy is something personal to you in terms of time, risk tolerance, psychology, speed of the market etc. Take bits from different sources and then take the time to formulate and test your own strategy that fits your own parameters. There is no “one-size fits all” in trading.

4) Trading of any type is NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME! It takes time for the above reasons to first learn the basics and then formulate a strategy, test it thoroughly and implement it.

5) Set achievable goals – when you first start break even at the end of the month might be a great target for you and that is fine. Not losing long term is priority number one to protect your capital. Don’t compare your 1000hrs of practice to another person’s 10,000hrs. Be better than you were 6 months ago and focus on that.

What else have you all learned in your time trading?
Really appreciate your hard work!
forextrader777
Mar 29 at 10:16
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LabuyaChicay posted:
Forex trading doesn’t only require trading skill rather it also requires some good human qualities like patience, perseverance and determination. When both are combined, trading success becomes easier for a trader. So, traders should devote to achieving success as early as possible.
Patience, Perseverance and Determination - strongly agree on these buddy!
Davidwise
Mar 31 at 04:08
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I have learned a lot in all these years of trading forex, but the major highlights of my learnings would be money management, patience, rationality, and emotional control. Trading just doesn’t change your bank balance, but it changes you as a person.
CraigMcG2020
Mar 31 at 18:40
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forextrader777 posted:
LabuyaChicay posted:
Forex trading doesn’t only require trading skill rather it also requires some good human qualities like patience, perseverance and determination. When both are combined, trading success becomes easier for a trader. So, traders should devote to achieving success as early as possible.
Patience, Perseverance and Determination - strongly agree on these buddy!

These are actually the most valuable skills in all of forex!
momo3HC
Mar 31 at 20:46
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LabuyaChicay posted:
sebking1986 posted:
1) A broker is not that important. 90% of them are fine so use whatever one you are comfortable with.

2) Social media “gurus” often don’t actually trade themselves and make their money conning the vast majority of people coming into trading looking for quick cash – don’t get caught out!

3) Nobody can give you a ready-made strategy and then send you off to start making money, A strategy is something personal to you in terms of time, risk tolerance, psychology, speed of the market etc. Take bits from different sources and then take the time to formulate and test your own strategy that fits your own parameters. There is no “one-size fits all” in trading.

4) Trading of any type is NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME! It takes time for the above reasons to first learn the basics and then formulate a strategy, test it thoroughly and implement it.

5) Set achievable goals – when you first start break even at the end of the month might be a great target for you and that is fine. Not losing long term is priority number one to protect your capital. Don’t compare your 1000hrs of practice to another person’s 10,000hrs. Be better than you were 6 months ago and focus on that.

What else have you all learned in your time trading?
Nice to see your progress! But I believe, Learning is a continues process! Traders need to focus on mainly technical & fundamental analysis; having a good trading skill is the main concern here! Without a good trading skill no one can exist here!
Absolutely right. I can only add the tech to fundamental must be like a Pareto law - 80:20 in advance to technical.
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