Akasuki posted: Yes I am also a full time traders. But it doesn't mean I trade all the time. I analyse market everyday but open trade only if I get any set up. Thanks
I don't get you point. If you are good, you dont have to wait full time salary. I traded $100 to 50k within a year for charity during the covid period, currently on myfxbook tradimg for a friend 199 which is over 9k with over 4k withdrawal, my main portfolio is over 700k started with 50k, if you can have patient during trading, you make profits all the time.
Yes, your doctrine is true. If I have patience and discipline, I can make a profit with any right strategy.
I was a full time trader for a long time until I was able to get my developed trading system working profitable. I have partners who do some of the work, so I had time to do other projects (investing and business)
Becoming a professional trader is a challenging task, as most things worth doing are, but it's possible to navigate around many of the pitfalls of trader development through a combination of good planning, focus, and by thoroughly educating yourself on the markets before putting your account on the line.
The full-time trader is a challenging business, I think trader that treats forex as the full time they still have another business as source income, because the trading result in forex is always varying, making a consistent profit is not easy, today maybe we get profit but tomorrow maybe get lost, no perfect trader although as a full time trader