There are many myths that we all encounter when studying the market. These myths are based on historical data, but we aren’t meant to look at historical data alone to inform our future decisions.
Indicators, fundamentals, and opinions do not paint a crystal clear picture. Price action is crucial when analyzing our charts.
In the Forex trading industry, “consistent profitability” is used so often, the actual meaning can become blurred.
It has become a phrase people use to pounce on newbie traders so these innocent traders can buy their course, lose thousands of dollars, and leave with nightmares about the Forex market.
The question most new traders do not ask? How long will I be losing for? How long, on average, will I be unprofitable?
Most entrepreneurs, who are seeking capital from investors, ask this question so that they’re not under pressure to turn a profit while a business is in its incubation period.
Trading in general, but particularly in the Forex market, requires that you have solid psychology when it comes to risk and loss.
A lot of new traders come to make boatloads of money sure, but nobody ever says “hey! while you’re making all that money, you’re gonna be losing some in the process”.
This is what new Forex traders have been looking for! The answer on how to grow a small account into a big account that would solve all the world’s problems.
In this article, I will try my best to break down what goes into growing a small account and “flipping” it, as most would like to call it.
In trading, there are clues and nuggets that the great traders before us left behind. We can use this knowledge to summarize and dissect how the markets work.
Funny enough, some of these sayings and clues only make sense when they finally make sense!
Trading, and the Forex market especially, can be a very cutthroat industry. Everything is supposed to be summed up by your bottom-line. You either made your bed, or you wet the bed, but I need you to know there is a lot that goes on behind the bottom line.