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Admoni

Biedrs kopš Aug 09, 2017  95 ieraksti Admoni Nov 12 2017 at 07:39
The beginners took this market place always as like a casino. And without passing a long time they always try to make profit very rapidly , as a result almost 90% traders are loser from here in particularly the beginners. So it is more appropriate , if the beginners emphasis on learning process before earning.

ay_kash

Biedrs kopš Aug 23, 2017  9 ieraksti Will Screen Name (ay_kash) Nov 12 2017 at 07:39
Be aware of Fake Celebrities and Teachers who don't have a track record.

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leo23

Biedrs kopš Oct 12, 2016  363 ieraksti leo23 Nov 12 2017 at 08:07
The most important thing for newbies is to survive in the market which means not loosing their initial capital at the first place which they can't afford to loose.

Because if it happens and they loose major money at the beginning, then they enter into a loosing cycle in their trading psychology for a long time which is very difficult to get out because they will always try to quickly recover the lost money next time they try to trade using any system and then, loose even more and the cycle continues.

So if you have lost some major money as a newbie while trading, then never trade live until you give sufficient time for psychological recovery before recovering the actual money itself because anyway you can recover the money if you become successful in trading, but don't try to recover money quickly.

Adribaasmet

Biedrs kopš Aug 27, 2017  264 ieraksti Adribaasmet Nov 12 2017 at 15:54
leo23 posted:
The most important thing for newbies is to survive in the market which means not loosing their initial capital at the first place which they can't afford to loose.

Because if it happens and they loose major money at the beginning, then they enter into a loosing cycle in their trading psychology for a long time which is very difficult to get out because they will always try to quickly recover the lost money next time they try to trade using any system and then, loose even more and the cycle continues.

So if you have lost some major money as a newbie while trading, then never trade live until you give sufficient time for psychological recovery before recovering the actual money itself because anyway you can recover the money if you become successful in trading, but don't try to recover money quickly.


Good direction! In this case, demo is the best way! Because, its all about virtual money so, no way to lose real capital! Traders should invest their own money when they are very sure about their trading skill.

ay_kash

Biedrs kopš Aug 23, 2017  9 ieraksti Will Screen Name (ay_kash) Nov 13 2017 at 07:28
Get the Education
Its like wearing a wrong lens will never help you see things clearly. Get the right Skills, Invest into educating yourself before you go into Live Market. Market Traders are a good Institution. Alpari has good free material.

Don't Stay in Bed, Unless You can Make Money in Bed.
ay_kash

Biedrs kopš Aug 23, 2017  9 ieraksti Will Screen Name (ay_kash) Nov 13 2017 at 07:28
Admoni posted:
The beginners took this market place always as like a casino. And without passing a long time they always try to make profit very rapidly , as a result almost 90% traders are loser from here in particularly the beginners. So it is more appropriate , if the beginners emphasis on learning process before earning.

Very Well Said

Don't Stay in Bed, Unless You can Make Money in Bed.
Admoni

Biedrs kopš Aug 09, 2017  95 ieraksti Admoni Nov 17 2017 at 14:50
Actually instead of demo account it is better to trade in a real account with small balance. Because mostly traders lost interest when trading demo practically especially the newcomers.

nasrul_poyo

Biedrs kopš Sep 11, 2017  85 ieraksti Nasrul EJ (nasrul_poyo) Nov 21 2017 at 07:48
Admoni posted:
Actually instead of demo account it is better to trade in a real account with small balance. Because mostly traders lost interest when trading demo practically especially the newcomers.

But some newcomer put big amount into real account and after Loss all the money, they claim Forex is Scam or that broker scam....yell

MM is the key to success
AlbertoCo

Biedrs kopš Aug 06, 2015  17 ieraksti AlbertoCo Nov 21 2017 at 15:50
Admoni posted:
The beginners took this market place always as like a casino. And without passing a long time they always try to make profit very rapidly , as a result almost 90% traders are loser from here in particularly the beginners. So it is more appropriate , if the beginners emphasis on learning process before earning.


Learning before earning, that sounds very good! I agree fully with your comment about the casino style of trading. There is luck but still one needs to do own homework before entering the market smiley

AniLorak

Biedrs kopš Apr 18, 2017  271 ieraksti AniLorak Nov 22 2017 at 15:35
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