Luck or Hardwork in Forex Trading ,If you think that it is not a business and if you take it as a gambling so it is luck game.But the True Forex Trading required hard work to get success in Forex.Forex Trading demands a high level of discipline ,strategy and trading practice on demo account.I believe that in Forex first we need to learn than earn money. At last Hardwork is key to Success in Forex Trading.What do you think?
Hi! I think you underestimate the role of luck in trading. In order not only to become, but also to remain a profitable trader, you can't do without luck. Yes, you need to learn and remember a lot, a lot of practice and other things, but you definitely can't do it all without luck.
I don't think the answer would be so obvious. In order to really succeed and become a profitable trader - you will need both luck and hard work. Because with only one of these you will not go far. You need to work hard to be successful, and you need luck to keep this success. So I only partially agree with you. But to me, that's not a bad point)
Thorgaswyn posted: Hi! I think you underestimate the role of luck in trading. In order not only to become, but also to remain a profitable trader, you can't do without luck. Yes, you need to learn and remember a lot, a lot of practice and other things, but you definitely can't do it all without luck.
Well, yeah. Still i would say 10% luck and 90% skill , knowledge and other things. What do you think ?
I would say both matters in trading. Working hard on learning forex first and then practicing really pays off at the end. You need to gain experience in trading. More experience will likely have more profits. Sometimes when situations work in your favour it’s said to be your luck. So, yes, working hard and your luck both plays a vital role.
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