How much should you invest in trading

Feb 25, 2021 at 09:05
130 Replies
会员从Oct 19, 2021开始   18帖子
Oct 19, 2021 at 11:09
It's usually said that more the capital, more is the profit. It's true but I believe beginners should always start with a micro account.
会员从Apr 03, 2021开始   470帖子
Oct 19, 2021 at 23:24
I think better keep obey rules investing money in risky business, just spent money that affords to lose, if still beginner they can start small use the micro account, and intermediate trader they can using bigger capital using STP account, a different trader has the different level skill, so make sure when you already spent big money, get supported by your skill, so it not waste money, but if still often worse in trading work, don't spent to big money because riskier
会员从Jun 17, 2021开始   46帖子
Oct 25, 2021 at 07:03
Though brokers allow traders to start trading with as low as $100, you should be ready to invest more than that.

 As a newbie, you’re more likely to lose money from trading than other traders.

So, you should always have more money to invest because if you have more money, then you will be able to make more profits and develop your skills.
会员从Oct 25, 2021开始   6帖子
Oct 25, 2021 at 07:06
Start from small lots, learn how to manage the risk.
会员从Jan 22, 2021开始   125帖子
Oct 25, 2021 at 11:00
Agreed, at starting never put your money in risk. Take your time to settle down and see how your capital affects from the trades. Don't make any hurry, trade, learn and grow!
会员从Oct 18, 2021开始   9帖子
Oct 25, 2021 at 12:29
Using demo is best low (no) risk way to trade. But once you have that understood you should just trade in small amounts to start
会员从Apr 03, 2021开始   470帖子
Oct 25, 2021 at 22:16
It depending your want to start, now forex online trading can start with low deposit even use $1 trader can use the micro account, but the trading condition in the micro account is different with STP and ECN account, and to start trading in STP or ECN account, start with $200 already good initial capital, but they also need to measure trading skill, if not yet ready they can invest small money to start.
会员从Aug 10, 2021开始   178帖子
Oct 26, 2021 at 01:42
In addition to your experience, your strategy also depends on how much you invest in trading. You must have a good understanding of price action and indicators. The more you invest, the more you make. Your strategies and experience will totally determine your profit and loss.
会员从Oct 25, 2019开始   27帖子
Oct 26, 2021 at 14:08
It doesn't matter how much money will you invest in trading actually. The matter is how will you turn your initial deposit into millions. If we speak about intraday trading, then it really doesn't matter because everything will be depend on your skills, knowledge and the main goal for you is not to lose money, but multiply them. If we will talk about investing, then here, sums of money matter, because the more money you will invest the more income you will get. Investors, generally, are aimed at long-term investments and they invest lots of money in order to get income in future and have an opportunity to extract their money.
会员从Aug 27, 2017开始   121帖子
Oct 27, 2021 at 17:04
Start with money that's really small. There are cent accounts nowadays so your 50 bucks can act like 5000 on a cent account. It will allow you to experience a big account without much risk. When you can consistently make money month after month for let's say 6 months, then you can move to a standard account with a bigger capital.
Trading is a marathon, not a sprint.
会员从Jun 16, 2020开始   57帖子
Oct 28, 2021 at 04:18
In matters of returns, forex trading has a simple rule: the more you invest, the more return you could get.
Therefore, you can trade and invest according to your financial goals.
会员从Feb 20, 2021开始   53帖子
Oct 28, 2021 at 05:19
Starting with small lots would help beginners trade more successfully and gain a better understanding of the currency market.
会员从Jun 09, 2021开始   44帖子
Nov 01, 2021 at 04:45
Instead of investing a big amount in forex, one should slowly increase the investment amount with time. That is because of market volatility and the risk involved in trading.
会员从Feb 02, 2021开始   38帖子
Nov 02, 2021 at 05:32
Depends on how much you want to make and how much you are ready to lose.
会员从Jul 20, 2020开始   399帖子
Nov 02, 2021 at 08:08
That's asking how long is a piece of string. You need to put as much work in as possible to get where you want to be. There is no time for the same person
会员从Aug 19, 2019开始   7帖子
Nov 02, 2021 at 08:49
It is always suggested for beginner traders to start with a smaller amount. And when it becomes easy to understand how to trade one can start adding more money. Dividend income could be a better alternative to interest income in a falling interest rate environment. Dividend payout is highly dependent on the earnings of a company coupled with its uncertainty of dividend policy. Before making a dividend portfolio, an investor needs to look for a targeted yield, based on his financial goals.
会员从Mar 28, 2021开始   617帖子
Nov 02, 2021 at 13:21
Initially one should not invest much money in the market. Once you develope the skills and mindset and start making consistent, you can invest big amount slowly.
会员从Jan 06, 2022开始   2帖子
Jan 06, 2022 at 20:01
Trading behavior is the first topic a beginner trader should learn.
会员从Feb 09, 2022开始   1帖子
Feb 14, 2022 at 11:28
Investments in trading are one of the main topics of discussion, and there are discussions, debates, and conversations on this topic. And one of the frequent questions was and remained the same. How much should I invest in trading? Once on, I found an interesting commentary on this subject. You should invest an amount that you would not be sorry to lose in case of something. And also, it is all primarily individual. It depends on different economic conditions because you have to be ready for anything, considering how often and how fast the financial market changes.
会员从Feb 04, 2022开始   9帖子
Feb 14, 2022 at 15:03
The simple answer is 'what ever you can afford to lose' because you will almost certainly lose your first deposit
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