A Few Words about the ‘Easiness’ of the Trader’s Profession.

A Few Words about the ‘Easiness’ of the Trader’s Profession.

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Everyone cannot be a successful trader, because not everyone is able to develop a mix of will, courage, carefulness, insight, foresight and intelligence, that makes a person to be a successful trader.
Along with the technical aspect, psychology plays a major role in trading. 

Everyone cannot be a successful trader, because not everyone is able to develop a mix of will, courage, carefulness, insight, foresight and intelligence, that makes a person to be a successful trader. 


Along with the technical aspect, psychology plays a major role in trading. Trading is therefore a continuous work, that consists primarily in self-improvement. And if trading means for you just income, you should probably seek for another way to use your efforts and skills. The situation is contrary, if you feel that you are interested in trading itself. If you see it is not only money, but foremost a fascinating and interesting practice, for which you are ready to spend the vast majority of your time and efforts. Then go ahead and remember: a journey of thousand miles begins with a single step.


1. Set real goals, aim at an average income of not more than 5% per month. This is the realistic income of a trader. Do not pursue super-profits — it is the shortest path to bankruptcy.


2. Money management rules must become an integral part of your life. By violating these rules you put an end to the trader’s career.


3. There is no such thing as easy money. There are no trading robots on sale, which would bring a stable income. On the contrary, all these robots are potentially unprofitable. No one would sell the goose that lays golden eggs. Don't get fooled by promises of hapless persons behind the mask of a successful trader. Be wiser.


4. Think once again, whether it is your profession or you maybe should do some other business which might be more suitable for you.