Forex Trading for Beginners: 3 Things You Must Know BEFORE Starting

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I made $300 this week trading forex. Some people think you need to make 1 million a day to be successful in trading and in life. Well, I think that’s wrong.

In order to be successful you should be able to create something from nothing, so if at the end of the month or at the end of the year you made £1, in my humble opinion, you are a successful trader.

Being a trader isn’t easy and if you are considering to start this career, well, watch this video because I am going to tell you 3 things you must know before starting.

An investor, or a trader, can be overwhelmed by the contents he finds online.

You should keep trading simple and understandable. When I want to develop a new trading strategy I think like I am a beginner who doesn’t know anything about trading. And if this imaginary beginner can understand the strategy, then I am going to improve it.

I have years of experience in trading and today I am going to show you 3 things you should know before even starting. We are going to talk about expectation, strategies and risk!

I hope you’ll enjoy this video and I hope you’re going to smash that like button and subscribe to the channel!


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This video should not be construed as investment advice. Investments can fall and rise. Capital at risk. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.

DISCLAIMER: These videos are for educational purposes only. Nothing in this video should be construed as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any sort of security or investment. Consult with a professional financial adviser before making any financial decisions. Investing in general and options trading especially is risky and has the potential for one to lose most or all of their initial investment