Wannabe Succes Forex Trading?? Follow 10 Tips for trading the FOREX Market Part 1


FOREX, which stands for the foreign exchange market, also known as the currency market, is an unsupervised market where universal currencies are exchanged. By trading certain currencies for others during a certain time, you can make a lot of money. But doing so can seem complicated to new traders, for it takes understanding of charts, numbers, as well as getting the timing right. That is why many beginners start, and then give up shortly after. You need to be careful because you are putting up your own money in this market, and it may be lost. But with some reading, learning, and practice, you can learn how to take advantage of the Forex Market and make amazing money all from the comfort of your home!
This is our list of top 10 Tips for trading the FOREX Market:
1. Be Patient.
When it comes to forex, there are all these get-rich quick and easy money assumptions and hypes going around. Sure, some people make a lot of money trading forex, but some also make a lot of money selling houses! In both of these cases, it does not happen overnight. It may take years to gain the experience and insight to make forex trading a successful career.
Being new to the forex market, you should let go of those unreasonable expectations of getting rich quickly. Instead, work on learning what is required to be profitable. Do not place large trades in proportion to your account balance in hopes of making a huge profit, because sometimes the trade will go against you and you will suffer severe losses. Basically, read over these tips, study everything you can about forex, and do not quit your day job just yet…
2. Know Your Surroundings
When creating a plan, you should know your chosen currency pairs and how they are influenced by global events. But if you want to truly succeed, you should learn as much as you can about the foreign exchange market. You should learn about the different financial markets and how they affect each other. Learn about how they overlap, from stocks to bonds to commodities to forex. You should also learn about different currencies within the market. The more knowledgeable you are, the more understanding you will be and the more areas of development, investment, and future success await. This knowledge will lead you to making more informed decisions when new economic figures are released. The better informed you are, the better your chances for success. It is also important to be aware that different traders in the market may have different intentions from yours. Hedgers, for example, will sell into a rising market because they are looking for good average pricing on large orders so as to risk manage their portfolios. An individual trader, in contrast, wants to maximize their profits with each trade.
3. Make a Plan.
Before you place your first trade, you should decide on a strategy to follow. This will make it easier for you to focus on the market. You must study the market price action and attempt to identify patterns before you start risking your money. You can develop your trading plan by utilizing these observations.
When formulating your trading strategy, you should take these things into account:
• Technical indicators you are going to use
• The time of day at which you plan to trade
• Plan the frequency with which you will trade
• Estimated risk and reward for every trade
• Buy/Sell signals that you are planning on using
• A daily stop-loss to protect your total account balance
Overall, have a trading plan. First, decide on an overall objective for your general trading actions, as well as for each trade you make. Your overall objective should include the currencies you will be handling, the amount of leverage you will use, and the amount of time you have to spend on your trading activities. Second, you must have an exit strategy plan for every trade, including the lower and upper limits of the trade. You must identify the point at which you will close positions and collect your profits (take-profit order), or if you are losing, the point at which you are prepared to get out of the trade and limit your losses (limit order).
When you are in the heat of the moment, trading, focus on the process of trading rather than the possibilities of whether you are going to win or lose. Focus on the plan and stick to it so that other worries, such as potential loss, will not cloud your judgment.

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