seasweetpickleAug 20, 2021 부터 멤버 게시물8
Aug 20 2021 at 12:50
That is, the conclusion is very simple.
First, go to work in a regular job, if you don't know how, then do an internship and earn your first capital.
Then, use your capital as you need it. You can invest or trade on your own.
But life experience shows that after you have worked for 2 years at work with an average salary, in an office or a builder, or in a bar, it does not matter, you will no longer want to invest in forex.
Life will break you.
And throw you out.
That is not right. Working 2 years at a rubbish job will make people want to get our and earn Forex for their freedom
UweMoench posted:I think high leverage means high risks. If you don't have enough knowledge, you can lose a huge amount of money.
@Akasuki Yes due to high leverage, forex is a very risky financial market. A person needs good skills, knowledge and experience to make money in forex.
Elena Triston (ele020)Apr 15, 2020 부터 멤버 게시물219
Aug 23 2021 at 05:11
higher leverage, higher risk and low capital investment. Low leverage low risk but high capital investment.
The more your practice, the more you learn.
This option really rarely ends up with something positive. At least, I was convinced of this more than once.
CordawieldNov 03, 2020 부터 멤버 게시물65
Aug 23 2021 at 07:31
When we rely only on the funds that we have, we take it more seriously and insulate ourselves from certain risks.
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