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A Forex Traders Life
Trading Psychology

A Forex Trader’s Life

In the big bad world of Forex Trading, there are many misconceptions about what it means to be a Forex Trader.
This can be chalked up to a lot of things… Mainly Instagram, if we’re honest. People either think Forex is a get-rich-quick scheme OR a place where savings go to die. Neither is true.

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The Opinions Of Others Over Your Trading Strategy
Trading Strategies

The Opinions of Others Over Your Trading Strategy

For a very long time, I struggled to trade my strategy because other people’s strategies seemed to be working better than mine. It was so bad that it felt that they were on the other side of most of my trades, taking my money and smiling to their withdrawals for some weekend shenanigans!

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Should you diversify when trading?
Technical Analysis

Should You Diversify When Trading?

I feel like the word “Diversify” may be over-rated. In some circles, they trade commodities. In other circles, they trade cryptos, and in my circle, we trade Forex. Which should you trade? Should trade you trade all of them? I don’t recommend it. It’s never as simple as ABC or 123 when it comes to trading.

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Retail Traders Vs. Institutional Traders – What Is The Difference?
Risk Management

Retail Traders Vs. Institutional Traders – What Is The Difference?

Retail traders are market participants who trade on their own behalf with personal capital. If you are reading this article, then it is highly likely that you currently fall into this category
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Institutional traders manage capital for a group of people or a company and trade on their behalf. Examples include banks, pension funds, hedge funds, mutual funds, and insurance companies.

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How’s Your Attitude towards Money
Trading Psychology

How’s Your Attitude Towards Money Out Of 10?

Imagine, with me for just one second, a boy or girl who grew up in a family where there wasn’t any more to spare month to month. Even worse, they couldn’t even get by, let alone have anything to spare, since their parents weren’t wealthy and didn’t have high-paying jobs but rather were considered part of the lowest income earners in society.

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