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Is this too good to be true...? Forex? Have been working my tail off(student), and studying trading(part time)since 2015.
Hello everyone. I am somewhat of a new trader. I have been in college studying very hard as a C.S. student, and literally have had no life trying to make money on the side, failure after failure - with some success with my businesses, but in the end this [email protected]$$ major and it's accompanying courses always ended up taking all my time, forcing me to stop working on my businesses and end up quitting. Well, since I'm almost graduating, I had the opportunity to lower my course workload. I decided to start trading again with a mindset of I have nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Nonetheless, I'm not fearless by any means - However, failure doesn't nearly hit me as hard when I get stopped out, because I feel like I have failed constantly during my entire life. Failing doesn't necessarily make you a failure. Obviously I use analysis that enhances my odds, and by saying that, I don't mean to say I take trades with complete reckless abandon. As of late, I have found a string of successful trades. I nearly had an epiphany this morning, am I finally making it? This can't be true! It can't be this anticlimactic for me, are you kidding!? All of the studying on trading I did, the constant prying for information alone by myself in secret, feeling like I couldn't tell my friends about this pursuit of mine; of fear of them labeling me a "gambler", the years of lacking a social life, sacrificing of time, and for all of this - I get this bright green number of X amount on my screen? There's no way this can be happening... I found a mentor, then I found a strategy I believed worked for me as a trader, and I implemented/derived/tweaked it according to my own trading style I was comfortable with. Now, I almost feel I don't deserve this. I've basically been working class, and poverty level for most of my childhood. I googled if anyone else felt the same way as I did, and apparently they felt pretty similar to how I felt. YES. People and other users have said it time and time again. Beating this dead horse, standing on the soap box, preaching about this little annoying tick called "Psychology", they say. But, when it's you, my fellow fairly new traders - if you're like me, this feeling will hit you like nothing else. You feel like everything almost just "clicks". I ask myself now again as I write this, do I deserve it? After all of these years of hard work and sacrifice, I think it's safe to say I believe I do! EDIT: I would rather people ask me via public forum post, than ask me things in PM's. This post was intended more as a motivational post to keep you all going(especially the new/aspiring traders), and I don't mean to be rude, but it took me as I'd mentioned before... YEARS to develop my strategy as well as become educated in order to be successful. If you think I'm willing to give you my strategy, step by step, sorry, but that would be something I honestly would have to charge for, and aspiring traders you are sorely mistaken - as I truly do not want to charge you nor spoonfeed you. You must be able to interpret the markets on your own, and draw your own conclusions. This way, you keep everything you earn. In addition, I will tell you that everything I learned was free. If you ask me what strategy I use via PM I will block you. It already shows that you didn't read my post thoroughly and respect my boundaries. I will start with the first place I started, babypips.com. From there, I went to several trading communities. The one where I learned the most after babypips, was forexfactory.com. Again, I will not recommend any strategies or systems to you. The second thing that helped me was implementing my strategies on a demo account with the broker I was going to pick via metatrader4. Lastly, the third thing that helped me out significantly... was depositing a small amount of money into my broker. It is key that you experience the feeling of putting your own money on the line, and saying to yourself, this money does not make who I am as a person. That is what I did, exposing myself to the market and experiencing the vast array of emotions. Once I did that, of course it was was scary, but a needed experience.
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I've been trading since march of this year. I am still searching for consistent profitability, but that all comes down to my mentality. Nothing to do with my skill. Anyways, after finding myself here, 7 months since i started. I notice how many beginners over complicate forex. Writing down tons of notes , looking for the small and precise information and mostly overthinking. I fell victim to this too. But I've come to learn that a lot of that is irrelevant. Honestly, what people don't talk about is chart hours and focusing on 1 pair. Wicksdontlie has a livestream I recommend everyone watch, I was in a separate discord group and learned all the basics, but from just watching his streams and watching the charts constantly (whilst making food , playing playstation etc) I got a proper understanding for what forex is and what I have to do to make it. But the fact people don't talk enough about focusing on 1 pair makes me wonder? If you sit in front of your laptop for hours watching 1 pair move you will get an unbelievable understanding for how the market moves and how YOUR pair moves. You notice the same things over and over again. I never studied imbalances, waiting for price to develop on higher time frames, lower lows and higher highs, patience, discipline, the different trading sessions (NY,LDN etc). All of that came to me naturally, from hours and hours on the charts, from backtesting and listening to Raja Banks and Uncle Ted's stream. Don't fall out of love with forex because of confusion etc. It's all due to your mind overcomplicating things. Think of hours on the charts like hours playing football. You get up and kick the ball from a young age, not thinking of the complications on how to hit an outside the boot pass or knuckle ball etc. The more hours you spend doing it the better you will become and the better of an understanding you'll form. Not only on the charts, but an understanding for YOU. What YOU need to do mentally to achieve success. 10% skill and 90% psychology is most certainly true. Enjoy your journey and prepare for a long ride full of losses and mental battles. That's what your signing up for. GL.
Hi, Im at the stressful point in my life where I have to choose a uni course. I'm learning a lot about FOREX through free information on the internet but I would also like to seek formal education as a backup. Would economics or commerce be a better degree that helps with working with FOREX in the future?
So I'm 19 y/o and have been trading forex for 7 months, still grinding away ,nowhere near being a full time trader yet. I looked into long term investing stocks and recently bought 11.365 shares in Tesla @ 410, 58 shares of Palantir @ 9.99 and 28 shares of NIO @ 27.42. I've been watching my account grow, and seeing how my money is working for me is becoming very addictive. I'm obsessed actually. I was wondering as to how I can make a living off of this. Yes I will most certainly do much research on this topic but was wondering if anyone in here could help me or guide me in the right direction. My plan is to have a 5000$ account , study stocks on the weekend, any stocks that have recently had good news or if I see them sitting at a known area of resistance/support I will buy/sell the stock and hold it for the week. Then close whatever profit I make on the Friday and withdraw it, leaving the 5000$ in the account of course. I practiced this on a demo account last week with 3 stocks I researched and liked the look of . NIO, PLTR and LMND. I pretended to buy 2361$ (2000€) worth of NIO and Palantir and 1,179$ worth of LMND since that was the one i was less confident with. 5900$ dollars invested and if I had've closed today I would've made upwards of 1700$ this week. Was this just a lucky week? Or is this something that I can actually do. Any advice/guidance would be hugely appreciated. Thanks
I am looking for a study/developing partner I am about to start new journey in Finance (forex & stocks especially) and its application using python as start to automate many financial tasks and process. I will start with this book Python for Finance: Mastering Data-Driven Finance by Yves Hilpisch the book looks amazing and it has almost complete set of skills that needed by any beginner. here's a link of the book https://www.amazon.com/Python-Finance-Mastering-Data-Driven/dp/1492024333 it includes: Python, financial analysis and algorithmic trading no prior experience needed, the book covers everything from scratch. About me.. I am a python developer with more than 5 years of experience in automation and scraping, data analysis....
I've been purely interested in Forex for the past few years, and in the last month have been studying Mcmillan's Options as a Strategic Investment alongside the study guide (which was expensive for the number of errors it had). Alongside this I've been very loosely paper trading on thinkorswim, mainly with credit put spreads and iron condors. Looking for some general advice from people in the UK re options trading. What brokers allow trading of US equity options, what else I should consider, minimum account size, trading platforms, etc. Any help would be appreciated.
I am thinking about getting into Forex trading. I saw that there are bots out there that you can pay for. Are they worth paying for considering I am not knowledgeable in Forex trading and I do not have months to study and learn the ins and outs?
Another rant about forex expectations and work ethic.
This will be another rant following my previous post about the expectations some people have when going into forex. I started trading just over a year ago. I did not go into forex thinking I was going to get rich quick. I knew it would be a massive learning curve and it may take me upwards of 5 years to make any sort of money. Because I accepted these facts before I started, I did not get frustrated at any point during my learning journey. I did not feel helpless when yet another one of my techniques failed. I didn’t quit. I knew I just had to keep going and eventually, I would see success. I also knew that as long as I remained consistent I would get there NO MATTER WHAT. You also have to want it bad. For the past year, I have woken up at 5am every single day before my rubbish warehouse job, and studied. Same in the evening. Why? Because it gives me more time to learn, and the more time = learn quicker. On my days off I literally sit all day and study/trade. A lot of people come into forex thinking they will be able to quit their job within a few months, but their effort doesn’t reflect that. If your only putting in 2 hours a week to learn it will take a lot longer than someone who puts in 20 hours a week. And enough of the ‘oh but I don’t have time for that!’ - everyone can find time, as I mentioned with myself I work 50 hour weeks but I get up earlier. Simple as that. If you truly want something you will do whatever you can to get it. To all new traders who are just starting out - accept that this may take years. Don’t get upset at other people who are seemingly millionaires after a year. They aren’t. Rant over.
Hi everyone, My first post here. I am planning to do an M.A in Canada hoping to be able to get a job there and to live there permanently. This is going to be a very challenging and somewhat long experience and the first issue is that I don't know what I want to/should/need to study. :/ I really don't know where to start and if I should do something I like or do something that is in demand. I was thinking maybe I can describe my qualifications and interests here for you guys to take a look and let me know what you think. I really appreciate any suggestions/ideas.
I am 31, male, married, no kids, really good with computers
I have a B.A in Civil Engineering from an average uni with a terrible GPA ( 2.4 out of 4). Graduated in 2014
I have almost 5 years of official experience in construction.
I suck as an engineer and never wish to work as one again.
I am now a full-time English teacher at a university. (I know, yeah, that's who I am) with almost 6 years of full-time experience. However, I don't have any university Degree in English teaching.
I am doing an M.A in English Language Teaching at the same university I work for. (this is just the first semester and I am ok letting go half-way if I have to)
I have two major English teaching certificates [CELTA + DELTA (only 1/3)]
I am very successful as a teacher and I like teaching, too.
I am interested in Forex and have been studying trading and finance for about 6 months here and there.
I am interested in computers and gaming.
There are also things to consider and things I'm not sure about that makes choosing what to do more complicated for me.
Since I really don't like engineering and because I am simply not a good engineer, I really don't want to have to do anything with engineering.
Is teaching English in Canada a viable option in Canada for a non-native English speaker?
Can I do an M.A in finance with a terrible B.A in civil engineering?
Is finance an in-demand profession in Canada?
Should I go to Canada as an Engineering student and change majors later?
I'm really sorry if you're head is exploding after reading this but I'm really confused and feel pretty bad that I don't know what I want to do with my life considering trying to jobs already. Your opinion can help a lot. Maybe you guys can show me a way to be able to realize what I should study. Thank you very much for your time.
Hi, I'm new into Forex and I have some questions. (sorry for bad grammar but I'm not good in English)
Hi, I live in Portugal where making 800€ its an "decent" amount of money per mouth. I'm not rich, but I'm not poor either but I'm a bit limited about the deposit volume. I can't give 1000€ and to speak frenkly I'm looking for a good broker with a good laverage where I can spend about 10€ - 100€ max. Like a said, I'm new, I'm a student and I hope someday I will make a living with forex. I know it's a lot of work, I don't know what strategies I'm looking for or what indicators are usefull or not, the only strategie I know so far is the how to identify a trend. I'm curious about all the groups on Instagram about courses, but I like to think that I'm not that dumb and I don't want do fall in a scam choosing a wrong "guru". I have some books to read about forex but again, I don't know if they are good or "modern". So, my questions are: . Is there a good broker with a honest laverage for someone who can only spend 100€ max? . What are the main strategies to study first? . What's better, 1min trade? Day trades? Months trade? . Are robot are actually good and if yes, how to install? . Are copy trading actually legit?? Thanks for the time spend reading my problems and sorry again for the bad English.
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