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    Uncertainity in trading
    Forex is a risky market. Anything can happen in this market. So, trader need to be comfortable with uncertainty. New trader also put the learning process first. Most pro trader spend more time and effort on the learning and training process than on the actual event. I had the same idea, spending a lot of time training in demo account with Eurotrader. If the process, training, and technique are successful, the results will follow.

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    It is not possible to give a 100% profit guarantee to trade in the Forex market. Here is how to create a trading plan based on ideas. If the idea is correct, there is a 90% chance of profit. That's why I go to the forex market at risk. And in order to control this risk, it is necessary to maintain money management and risk management.

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    Forex Trading is considered to be a very uncertain platform. The market changes from time to time and you cannot predict it every time, it's about when to trade and when not to.

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    Choosing a broker in a forex market is a difficult job. because there are so many scam and fake brokers available in the forex market. As a trader, I am trading with Forex4you. They are very reliable and trustable broker. They provide low spreads starts from 0.1 pips. They are giving high leverage up to 1:1000. They have expert advise, easy withdraw, trading policies, 24X5 customer service and many more facilities. With the help of them I can make profit consistently.

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    True, it's difficult to pick a broker. One of the main problems for newbies is how differentiate between scammers and legitimate companies - and that is further complicated by the fact that some scammers are brazen enough to even impersonate regulators.

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    Forex Trading is very much risky and you could never ascertain the situations in the Forex Market. You need to learn about analyzing the Market and turn that uncertainty into rewards.

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    Traders should invest into the world of Forex trading. What they can afford to loss. Traders should not put their personal finances at risk what they need to live. It is okay to loss small amount. Because of that trader will go for revenge trading which is not good for trading. That’s why I invested only $50 capital in TP Global FX’s micro account.

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    Forex trading can be difficult especially for the newbie. New traders find it more complicated than other markets. However, if you learn about the market and trading it is the easiest trading market in the world. So, learn first. Don’t invest money without knowing about the market. Otherwise, you will your invested money. I recommend the new trader should start trading with only $50 capital in Eurotrader.

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    in ro ham eslah kon:
    i am doing demo right now , importance is your own issue , its an inevitable part of trading before real account . thats why i am here.** by the way, i am very new in this community. hope you all welcome my entrance. thanks

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