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Oliver3634
Feb 14 2020 at 10:48
12 postów
But this is purely my opinion

Marketmultitool
Feb 14 2020 at 18:56
65 postów
Oliver3634 posted:
Antero36735354 posted:
With such a small risk, the income will be correspondingly small.
I also think that the lower the risk, the lower the profit.



Why would you risk anymore than 1% pre trade unless you are 100% sure something is going to pullback ,improve entry point is key here ,thats bs low risk does not stop mega profits ,most traders get out to soon for fear of making money and let losses destroy account ,upside down thinking.

Jack Smith (GlobalScalper)
Feb 16 2020 at 17:29
45 postów
The market doesn't follow any % or any rule, Trade what market says.

HertzTrader
Feb 17 2020 at 15:08
11 postów
GlobalScalper posted:
The market doesn't follow any % or any rule, Trade what market says.


Markets doesn't follow rule but risk management does. We have full control over it and this is why it is a critical part of trading

Marketmultitool
Feb 17 2020 at 16:48
65 postów
HertzTrader posted:
GlobalScalper posted:
The market doesn't follow any % or any rule, Trade what market says.


Markets doesn't follow rule but risk management does. We have full control over it and this is why it is a critical part of trading


Maybe I should start a thread about risk management 😉

SofieAndreasen
Aug 29 2020 at 15:26
220 postów
I always 1-2% risk per trade depend on market condition. I set mt SL according to that. I set my TP based on 1:2 risk reward ratio.

Adam Cantor (AdamCantor)
Aug 30 2020 at 09:25
98 postów
1 percent is probs about right

Kond (Kond)
Aug 30 2020 at 16:17
5 postów
Adequate risk of course matters, but this is a secondary factor, only part of the system. The main thing in trading is entry points and price goals.

AliaDare
Aug 31 2020 at 01:28
214 postów
Forex trading is a very risky business. And in this risky business, if you do not manage the risk, how to make a profit. I agree with you, it is usually not right to take more than 1% risk. The lower the risk for a trade, the better for the trade. This is called money management. You can never be successful in trading if you do not notice this money management.

LeviSievwright5
Aug 31 2020 at 02:01
214 postów
Trading is a risky business. And if you don't manage risk in this risky business, you can never be a successful trader. You need to learn to control risk. I never risk more than 2% on my account. This is what I usually call money management. I always give a lot of importance to money management. Only money management can keep you safe in trading. The less risk you have in trading, the more likely you are to succeed.

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