You can’t make any profit in Forex depending on your luck only, you need to learn and practice trading in order to make consistent profit. But gambling is a totally luck dependent game. A gambler puts up money in the hopes of a return if a random event occurs.
freckcope posted: I think there is a lot of research, learning and a deep understanding of the market is required for trading forex. Can’t say it’s close to gambling there.
But when you do not have any knowledge about forex trading, you are quickly to dismiss them as a gambling and nothing more. Forex trading is such a beautiful concept and it has vast when it comes to serving the purpose, I must say
Sorry, but I don't agree with the statement that gambling and trading are similar things. I have experience in both of these areas. Trading is a much more complicated thing. When it comes to gambling, you just need to find your favorite casino or gambling platform and find out about all specificities. The main rule for me is to play not more than four times a week. I've played only [url=https://tr.superbahis.pro/]superbahis[/url] here this year. It's a great option for me because it's possible to make bets on sport from time to time which helps me take my mind off gambling when I need to.
Loss cannot be avoided in trading. There is no business where there is no loss. Trading is not the opposite. There is a loss in trading but that loss has to be maintained through risk-reward. Loss is a mistake and you should learn from this mistake. Loss can be covered through a 1: 2 risk-reward.
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