Shardie posted: I cannot but agree with you here and I think that everybody understands that but not everyone has enough patience to follow this common knowledge.
Your argument is correct, but you have to be patient. However, it is never possible to earn from trading. And in the real sense, if you want to learn some important things, you have to work hard. Therefore, if you want to trade, you must apply patience.
Be it any profession or field, learning is required at every stage, even an experienced trader in forex needs to keep learning about the new advancements in the forex market, the fluctuating or the stable currency, which pair is performing good, ways of trading to be profitable in the long run, etc.., learning is a continuous process it does not stop anywhere.
It is absolutely right to say that learning is an everlasting thing in trading. Markets constantly change and the traders need to keep up with those alterations. The only thing to do that is to learn new strategies, new approaches and so on. Otherwise, you run risks of being left behind the market and you cannot lose when your idea are not adequate for the concrete time. So, whatever your level of expertise is, keep learning and never think that you fully understand the market.
Every trader knows that there is no result without learning actually and yes, it's really considered to be a nonstop procedure. If you stop learning, you will also stop developing your skills and gaining experience. You will just stay on one place, but of course there are some traders who are okay with such situation. They believe that they have already reached their goals and they stop at it. No doubts, that the matter here is to continue learning all the time, because learning brings you new knowledge. Trading isn't an easy activity, it requires lots of time to learn it on full. So, here everybody decide on his own.