With the hundreds of techniques to operate that today exist in the market it is difficult to say which of the techniques or strategies is better, or which one is good. What should be important to you as an operator is that you adopt a strategy that fits and fits your needs. And as Warren Buffet said, there are only two rules to invest, the first 'never lose money' and the second 'always keep the previous rule in mind'
People are constantly losing money in Forex. Whether it’s because their own flaws and lack of knowledge, discipline and experience, or because of a dishonest broker, they end up losing. And the dishonest brokers, unfortunately, are so many that loss because of fraud is also an important factor. According to data recently published by the the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) said on Friday the number of financial consumer complaints filed in the first half of 2016 with European National Competent Authorities (NCAs) has grown to 7,026, or up by 36.4% from the previous six months. (https://www.forexnewslab.com/2017/03/24/esma-says-financial-consumer-complaints-in-europe-exceed-7000-in-h1-2016/) And that’s just for six months.
I suppose that 'loosing money' itself is somewhat wide knowledge. Of course even micro-losses (such as charging commissions on trades and so on) take places. And trades with negative results are also unavoidable. What exactly should I assume as 'loosing money'? For which period?