The only rules you need to start being a profitable trader

Aug 07, 2022 at 08:41
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Mar 18, 2022からメンバー   48 投稿
Aug 07, 2022 at 08:41
The growth of a trader is an exhausting journey. The market hits all the technical and psychological weaknesses we have one by one. It causes losses and painful emotions. It’s not easy to become profitable trader for suer!
By technical unpreparedness, I mean a broader preparation for trading: in particular, for managing the sudden situations that can occur in the market. Most traders start by focusing on the promise that the markets make and neither want to nor know how to or think it is important: that the markets can take any money quickly.
That’s usually the first painful lesson. And after it comes the next ones, except that a very large number of them are…in my opinion, unnecessary. Especially the most painful ones, because they can break any trader’s career.
Lack of preparation leads to losses and psychological pain, which depending on the situation may lead to attempts of revenge trading from where it is a direct way to even greater losses and margin calls.
The solution is: proper preparation.
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Feb 28, 2017からメンバー   1 投稿
Aug 08, 2022 at 18:54
Demo is good to test your strategy but beyond that it's a waste of time.
Oct 01, 2020からメンバー   5 投稿
Aug 08, 2022 at 20:35
For this topic i recommend you watch some of Tom Hougaard's videos on youtube.
Aug 13, 2022からメンバー   3 投稿
Aug 13, 2022 at 18:53
I agree with Freddi
I know few online class that's really gonna shape you up!! In no time
Let's make some money
Aug 05, 2021からメンバー   401 投稿
Aug 24, 2022 at 16:19
True. There are a lot of things that go into it, it even takes some aspects of your personality when it comes to discipline, but one of the best things new traders can do is start by being prepared. If you spend enough time learning and you're truly ready, then you have a much higher chance of success and are less likely to get discouraged from the beginning.
Mar 28, 2021からメンバー   617 投稿
Aug 27, 2022 at 14:29
Trading spread is always considered an important aspect. But those who are traders should trade in low-spread-consuming trading pairs because it enlarges trader’s return.
Jun 29, 2022からメンバー   26 投稿
Aug 31, 2022 at 15:15
It cant be narrowed down to one rule but if i had to then never chase losses would be my number 1
Keep it country
Aug 17, 2022からメンバー   39 投稿
Sep 08, 2022 at 11:11
Learn on demo, and then trade with small amounts on live, Don’t indulge in overtrading, take risk into account and in case of losses, stay positive, take it as a lesson.
Aug 17, 2022からメンバー   45 投稿
Sep 15, 2022 at 12:14
Practice on a demo account, and trade wisely with proper study of the fundamental, technical, and chart analysis. Always remain calm and avoid impulse trading when making losses.
Sep 02, 2022からメンバー   75 投稿
Sep 17, 2022 at 07:36
Scalping is the easiest form of trading and traders rely on this type mostly in both good and bad conditions of the market.
Jun 29, 2022からメンバー   4 投稿
Sep 17, 2022 at 09:08
KAnthony posted:
hi. i'm newbie and have some questions. so how to carry out this correct preparation? is it worth it train on demo accounts for a long time? or is it real acc?
Start with a demo as you learn how to trade and then when you develop a strategy that will give you an edge in the market, you can go liive
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Oct 28, 2022からメンバー   50 投稿
Nov 01, 2022 at 08:14
Pegomancy posted:
Yes, becoming a profitable trader is not easy. Your only weapon in the market is a thorough understanding of the market and trading. You will also need to work on related skills such as risk management, analysis, and emotional control.
Becoming a profitable trader requires consistent practice and a deep understanding of how the market works.
Mar 28, 2021からメンバー   617 投稿
Nov 04, 2022 at 03:01

Forex is an uncertain and volatile market where nothing can be accurately predicted. So, using stop loss can shield traders from sudden losses.
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