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How many times has your wife told you to give up trading forex?
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camerongill

Biedrs kopš Aug 16, 2011  45 ieraksti The Currency Club (camerongill) Jul 31 2015 at 20:21
Hooray, this is the first year out of the last 10 years that my wife has not told me to give up trading forex! It is normally around tax time that the boss goes through the bank account statements and where forex related transactions are scrutinised.

It really is about persistence and I feel for all you traders out there that do not have the support of your partner in your forex trading journey - like what I have put up with for so long. Now that profits are being made I am finding my wife more interested in what I do - what about the last 10 years of staying up late gazing at multiple monitors!?

Have thought about quitting so many times, but we just keep on coming back!!

tranle447

Biedrs kopš Jun 08, 2014  103 ieraksti Benjamin Van Tran (tranle447) Jul 31 2015 at 22:30
camerongill posted:
Hooray, this is the first year out of the last 10 years that my wife has not told me to give up trading forex! It is normally around tax time that the boss goes through the bank account statements and where forex related transactions are scrutinised.

It really is about persistence and I feel for all you traders out there that do not have the support of your partner in your forex trading journey - like what I have put up with for so long. Now that profits are being made I am finding my wife more interested in what I do - what about the last 10 years of staying up late gazing at multiple monitors!?

Have thought about quitting so many times, but we just keep on coming back!!


You mean the taxman goes through the bank account statements . They would not do that unless you have been selected for audit by ATO.

Often , the best trade is no trade at all
FxMasterGuru

Biedrs kopš May 04, 2012  1566 ieraksti FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru) Aug 01 2015 at 08:48
camerongill posted:
Hooray, this is the first year out of the last 10 years that my wife has not told me to give up trading forex! It is normally around tax time that the boss goes through the bank account statements and where forex related transactions are scrutinised.

It really is about persistence and I feel for all you traders out there that do not have the support of your partner in your forex trading journey - like what I have put up with for so long. Now that profits are being made I am finding my wife more interested in what I do - what about the last 10 years of staying up late gazing at multiple monitors!?

Have thought about quitting so many times, but we just keep on coming back!!


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Kleb

Biedrs kopš May 19, 2014  12 ieraksti Kleb Aug 01 2015 at 16:23
Man, you are just a scamer selling dreams.... Just show us good trading history on myfxbook so we can judge

Kleb

Biedrs kopš May 19, 2014  12 ieraksti Kleb Aug 01 2015 at 16:24
a good trader can only achieve 10-40% a year.....

Kleb

Biedrs kopš May 19, 2014  12 ieraksti Kleb Aug 01 2015 at 16:32
I do not know what success you are talking aobut... you made 200 AUD in two months -_- out of 20 years

camerongill

Biedrs kopš Aug 16, 2011  45 ieraksti The Currency Club (camerongill) Aug 01 2015 at 16:53
tranle447 posted:
camerongill posted:
Hooray, this is the first year out of the last 10 years that my wife has not told me to give up trading forex! It is normally around tax time that the boss goes through the bank account statements and where forex related transactions are scrutinised.

It really is about persistence and I feel for all you traders out there that do not have the support of your partner in your forex trading journey - like what I have put up with for so long. Now that profits are being made I am finding my wife more interested in what I do - what about the last 10 years of staying up late gazing at multiple monitors!?

Have thought about quitting so many times, but we just keep on coming back!!


You mean the taxman goes through the bank account statements . They would not do that unless you have been selected for audit by ATO.


Hi Benjamin, the 'boss' is the wife! Don't get me started on them though and be careful - they will go for battlers like you and I trying to have a go and get out of the 'rat race'.

Look009

Biedrs kopš Apr 15, 2014  224 ieraksti Alex (Look009) Aug 02 2015 at 06:16
Do not forget that wifes too my have Margin Calls my friend wink

The market does not beat them. They beat themselves, because though they have brains they cannot sit tight (Jesse Livermore)
FxMasterGuru

Biedrs kopš May 04, 2012  1566 ieraksti FxMasterGuru (FxMasterGuru) Aug 02 2015 at 06:40
Look009 posted:
Do not forget that wifes too my have Margin Calls my friend wink


That is a good one...! lol

Anybody who has ever been married for more than 7 years knows what Alex is talking about...
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arigoldman

Biedrs kopš Oct 02, 2014  702 ieraksti Ari Goldman (arigoldman) Aug 03 2015 at 16:36
Not married!

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