Almost all methods give profit if you follow the method properly. Most traders take impulsive decision while opening a trade even when they method doesn't allow them to open the trade. So controlling emotions is very important.
Yes I agree with you. Every method is useful if we know how to use it and when to use it. With changing market we also need to change our approach to the market. Due to lack of understanding people blame any system.
I do not agree. In fact I think the complete opposite. Almost all methods do not give profit even if followed exactly. If that were the case it would be easy to write an EA and then made $$$ . Forex is hard and requires insight not just blindly following some method
First, you need to decide on the system that works best for you. Then check its robustness on your demo account. And if there are positive results, then you can, adhering to this strategy, enter the market.
Each method has its advantages and disadvantages. Following one method blindly will not be profitable always. We should analyze and change method with the change of market so that we will not land into losses.
Michihito posted: Almost all methods give profit if you follow the method properly. Most traders take impulsive decision while opening a trade even when they method doesn't allow them to open the trade. So controlling emotions is very important.
yeah you're right because the emotion can cause bit hassle which can affect your trading decisions.
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