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Beallador posted: It seems to me that greed is not so bad, especially when it comes to greed for knowledge. Although if you want a lot of money, it's also a normal desire. Another thing is that many people in the pursuit of financial achievements forget about the basic rules of trading and it leads to losses. No matter what happens, you should follow the rules in this business. And any risk you choose for yourself should be justified, otherwise you risk being in an unpleasant situation. Moreover, even the first loss can lead to the fact that a person is basically disappointed in this business and just does not want to continue. Therefore, you should avoid such mistakes and try to keep statistics, which will show what kind of profit you can count on and how to act to ensure a stable income, but without chasing the golden mountains.
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