Everyone wants to be a part of the elite 5% of traders who are constantly making money from the markets, month after month.
But the reality is...
95% of traders enter the markets, get destroyed and then leave with the idea of trading being a complete scam.
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If you're new to trading, no doubt you're eager to get started. But taking the time to prepare for your new exciting adventure should stand you in good stead for the future.
So what tips should you bear in mind as you begin your trading journey?
Read on to find out…
Follow these tips to set off on the right trading foot
Beginner trader tip #1: Understand your trading instrument
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If you're raring to start trading, don't let excitement blur your judgement.
The key to successful trading is having a solid strategy that adheres to strict money and risk management.
So how do you know if you're ready to place your first trade?
You need to do this simple thing first…
The perfect way to prepare yourself for trading
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