any business is not an easy thing, and it is a fact, the main thing here is to have the necessary attitude so that you can always cope with some difficulties and find a way out of any situation, so that ingenuity and activity will definitely be useful, and of course a positive attitude, I think that without it there is nowhere
For sure it's tough, what did you expect? It gives you ability to make a lot of money and then you could make something from it but it's not guranteed, so do not make it your own possible income anyway, it will hurt you in the long run absolutely.
Sure it's very tough, and it's business mainly for forex brokers and big stock exchanges worldwide, but not for end person, it's more like hobby for them which MAY give some profit, I hope it's totally applicable to some sense out there entirely and clearly.
Well, no one ever said that it was going to be easy. Tough times do not last, it is the tough people that do. The ads we see about forex are usually made to attract potential clients. They make forex trading seem so easy. The person in the ad makes money in just 30 seconds without losing. That is not how things work as it turns out.
Forex trading is not hard. it is just complicated. In a sense it seem like some very complex mind game that we are all playing. it is no winder that many traders fail and we all know it and there is no point in denying it. if you do not tame forex then it will tame you and kick you hard.
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