Of course, I'd prefer a large income. I always trade big. Sure thing, that doesn't mean I don't care about risks, I use stop-loss. But what the point in trading, if you're shaking at every dollar you could lose. If I lose $100 but make $1,000 next month, that's a success for me. Even if the first month wasn't very profitable.
Of course, many traders are chasing huge profits, but this doesn't mean that it is worth taking risks and getting rid of all your savings in one go. Being a smart trader means not to take risks where you shouldn't. I myself try to always take minimal risks and if a deal becomes obviously a failure, then close it before I lose more than I would like. Of course, this is always individual, but for me protect my account and profit is more important than to immediately earn a large amount of money in one month, and in another month to fully lose it.
lanzu posted: Many traders have huge gain and winning ratio but suddenly they blow their account for making huge profit over a month. What do you think what is most important while trade with real money?
Forex trading comes wit risk so it is always better to reduce risk in order to cut your losses and maximize profits.
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