Forex trading career, work or business can be called, because you can earn money from Forex gain loss both of them, so my opinion Forex job, work or business can be, i do not think Forex hobby, because you can not earn money from the hobby, but toward the hobby much money, can not exchange money.
Forex is supposed to be more than just a hobby. You'll never learn if it's going to be just a hobby. I mean, you can learm... but not as good as when you see it more than just a thing that you do before going to sleep.
I think that every trader has an individual approach to trading. Someone does it only in his spare time, someone only on weekends, and someone even left his job to become a professional trader and nothing can distract him. All of this is absolutely normal. You should trade when you are comfortable and like it, so that it doesn't interfere with your everyday life. The main thing is to maintain balance.
It is absolutely normal to earn 5-10% profit per month. Especially if you're a beginner. Yeah, you trade a lot, but that doesn't mean you're going to get all the world's success right away. There's still a lot to come to, a lot to learn before you start earning a lot. Just relax and enjoy the very process of trading. The more you stress yourself, the worse your results will be. You can't 'force' yourself to be profitable...
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