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Michihito posted: There is no easy way of learning. Learning is not like a school exam where you can pass the exam by following short cut. Trading is a skill. You have to learn it properly. How much time it will take depends on your level of understanding and present knowledge you have.
Agreed. I would say that it is very good to self study on what forex trading is all about. When you do self study, you are taking it serious and it shows.
UweMoench posted: Spend that time for learning. For actual trading you do not need that much time but for that you have to learn to trade on D1 chart. No matter what strategy you follow it doesn't take much time to find a good set up. Either there's a good set up or not. It's the fear of losing opportunity that creates the problem. So invest your time in learning.
Exactly, learning is the primary step which must be followed before trading.
We joined in this trading place because of earning money hugely. But after passing sometimes we can realize how much difficult this one , so before entering in here beginner trader should know the reality . it can support them for avoiding loss.
It seems to some that just by reading this information about the Forex market, everyone will be able to trade at once, this is absolutely not the case, because here it will be possible to understand many points.
Bunaya posted: It seems to some that just by reading this information about the Forex market, everyone will be able to trade at once, this is absolutely not the case, because here it will be possible to understand many points.
Trading is easy even making profit. But making consistent profit is another matter.
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