Couldn't agree more. Sometimes the things we can make money from are things we're already doing!
Not even the community? For me, talking to other people with the same interests still gives me that sense of belongingness and it also allows me to get a quick break. I'd much rather spend my time here than scrolling through social media - just because I'm free from the drama I'd normally see from friends and relatives. Heh.
Sorry it makes me kinda sad that you feel this way. But then, I respect your opinion.
It's just that, BP is where I began. And honestly, it's where I go to escape the frustrations courtesy of my demo trading AND busy busy life. I think the people here are nice and they're experienced traders who really try to help. I think they're just great. Although I really love the school and I keep visiting it, I feel like the value here is really coming from the members and the community in general.
How long have you been here? Maybe you could spend some more time here to get to mingle with them more? It's worth it!!!
I’ll say this and say it once. Seems people find greater concern over the fact ‘I’ didn’t find value here and am choosing to not be apart of the forum in the near future. This is one of the mindsets you need to rewire. Learn from what’s presented and continue on ‘your’ path. If a paths not yours don’t try relay it. If you feel your missing out of more helpful tips then you still haven’t learnt the first tip I gave. Either way to many people who have pmd me sorry if I haven’t got to all of the messages. I will try tonight.
its a good description , thank you so much
I think this is where what the millennials usually say apply: "you do you." There is nothing wrong with finding this community helpful and/or staying for the regular chitchats in the same way that there is nothing wrong with leaving also. We're all adults here and can respect each others' opinions and decisions.
What it just boils down to (at least for me) is sadness over the fact that someone from is leaving. I think that is all. We don't want to see you go but also respect your decision if you do.
In forex trading, it is easy to explain but very difficult to achieve success. I agree with you. Every newbie trader should stick to single strategy until the desired result achieved. Most often traders bounce from one strategy to another. At the end, the outcome is baffling.
Success is not an easy part for any business. Depends on person to person how capable he is to work here and how passionate he is about his work.
But success in Forex is open secret for all kinds of traders , first of all you have to be a skilled trader by passing a long time with great patience, and besides goo knowledge and experience you have to ensure a reliable support from a credible trading broker , because broker can affects the result of our trading with certainly.
success can be an easy task , if you have enough capital and you know how to manage money. that's all
success always complicated issue at any sector even Forex trading but it can be achievable of course by means of real patience, otherwise there is no real chance.
great post, thanks...a noob:)
If you really want to learn how to trade and invest, you need the core principles.
Can you please elaborate what actually core principle in Forex trading ?
For Hadden and others, this article here lays out some of the key principles you should be incorporating into your trading
My tip for noobs is to be mentally and psychologically for the burden of forex trading. Trading takes a toll on your body and mind. Trading tests the character and will of a man. So, don't come into this world if you are not strong enough.
Hm, I think it's possible to become quite savvy in only 4-5 months. Of course, that would take a master course and regular expert feedback but still. What is not advisable is to "go live" on your own without substantial background in trading.
I have never met anyone who has become what I would call "savvy" in trading in five months, but I guess everything is possible.
It’s not easy option, & not available to all.
Actually, does anyone know good examples of traders livestreaming their trades?
There are plenty of copytrading services, but I haven't seen actual livestreaming, come to think about it.
The beginner's guide to FX trading