Risky

Readers will know that our chosen trade method is day trading a currency pairing.

People that are not familiar with how we go about our business will think ‘gosh, that’s risky’. And of course, to a large extent, they are right.

As with many disciplines that require a great deal of skill and practise (to merely achieve mediocrity), it comes across as risky because most don’t take the time and effort to learn.

Ironically a significant draw for us to day-trading is the control of risk.

Our e-book on the subject, release date within the first quarter of next year, shows, in some detail how this is possible.

Day trading, if done well and with practice, can provide a consistent daily or weekly return. So unlike other more traditional trade or investment methods.

With all worthwhile disciplines, it does not come to us overnight.

As Seth Godin said:

“The hard part is ‘steady.’

Anyone can go slow. It takes a (particular) kind of commitment to do it steadily, drip after drip until you get to where you’re going.”

Published by Day Trader

I flew fast jets for 30 years of my life. I've traded full-time, more or less, for the last ten years, initially from fundamentals and over the last few years as a dedicated day trader. I live on the North Norfolk coast.

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