Don't give up!

Discussion in 'Newbie Questions' started by SweetPrincess, Jul 31, 2017.

  1. SweetPrincess

    SweetPrincess Trader

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    It is highly absurd that you will become a trading flair overnight, so it is only practical to await the ripening of your skills, and the development of your expertise before giving up. As long as the learning process is painless, as long as the amounts that you risk do not hinder your plans about the future and your life in general, the pains of the learning process will be harmless.
     
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  2. Jack Guill

    Jack Guill Newbie

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    We'll fight till the end. We may be face failure but we'll not be giving up. With our every failure we'll learn and take them as our lessons. We should not stop learning and gaining experiences. And we should always be positive and proactive.
     
  3. Sarn642

    Sarn642 Trader

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    Some people are like birds, once they’re on a branch, the other minute they’re on another branch of the tree. This is not how it works with forex. Some people don’t have patience and they simply heard that forex can be a good source of income and they must have said, let’s give it a try! Let me tell you that this business isn’t for these people at all. Forex needs A LOT of patience and hard working until you get into profit, and by profit at this point I don’t mean big profit, I’m just talking about ordinary normal profit. So you must try and try and try more to get to a good point in forex.
     
  4. DT77

    DT77 Trader

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    Patience....
     
  5. try, fail/win, learn, try, fail/win, learn... and as said patience. Took me a good couple of years to finally get it :)
     
  6. momo3HC

    momo3HC Active Trader

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    In short - no pain, no gain. ;)
     
  7. Steveday

    Steveday Newbie

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    You certainly need the right midset to become a trader and some people do not have it. You need to be patient as it is a bumpy road.
     
  8. walpants

    walpants Trader

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    its definitely not a quick start career it takes time to learn and gain experience, never give up!
     
  9. Petez_FX

    Petez_FX Trader

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    I agree. I've lost loads along the way but my trading account is actually in profit now, it's crazy!
     

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