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Having done well in trading stocks, I started trading Forex after I was laid off with the aim to supply my income. I quickly learned that trading currencies was very different from trading stocks, and I paid a considerable price for that lesson. So I stopped trading and started analysing the market in order to develop a profitable method.
If I knew than that it would take me 7 years to develop that method I probably would not have done it.
Tirdzniecības Stils:
Since I don't like gambling at all, I developed a method that focuses on low risk and high probability opportunities in order to not just survive, but to thrive.
I trade 16 currency pairs manually aiming at short term trades of 30+ pips with sound money management in place to minimise risk.
"One doesn't beat the casino by gambling"
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