70-Forex ile alım-satım yapmak câiz mi? #forex #money #market

70-Forex ile alım-satım yapmak câiz mi? #forex #money #market



70-Forex ile alım-satım yapmak câiz mi?

70-Forex ile alım-satım yapmak câiz mi?

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HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU NEED TO TRADE FOREX? (Trading Capital Requirements)

HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU NEED TO TRADE FOREX? (Trading Capital Requirements)

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One of the most popular questions we receive is about trading capital. In particular, new traders want to know how much money you need to trade (forex). In this video, we go through our own thoughts on money management, risk management and how much money you need in a trading account as a minimum to be able to execute sensibly.

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20 Comments
  • Mozzus
    Posted at 18:11h, 10 October

    good info man .. im trading cryptos at this moment returns are way better than forex + u can lose all your money in matter of seconds forgot to mention that, i really would liek to start trade forex as well … as it is not so volatile as cryptos 😀

  • Michael Aslanian
    Posted at 17:47h, 10 October

    If I trade with .01 of a lot (10 cents per trade), then a 50 pip stop loss would equal $5.00 dollars, so $250 would be the minimum account size if we want to risk no more than 2% on any given trade. I don't know why we assume 1 standard lot on this video.

  • Ryan Coombs
    Posted at 17:35h, 10 October

    What trading platforms do u recommend? Uk

  • AmpzTech
    Posted at 16:48h, 10 October

    Started with only £60 in a crypto account. Now making over £5000 per trade. Maybe I got lucky or maybe people just expect shit to happen overnight. I do think I started way too low and sure I was "gambling" on everything e.g. 50x leverage on some trades, but it has payed off. Idk this guy does speak the truth though. (Sorry if it sounded like bragging just wanted to give an example of successful trading with a "peanut" account 🙂

  • Eugene Govender
    Posted at 16:07h, 10 October

    Brilliant video, extremely helpful for where I am in my trading.

  • US Citizen
    Posted at 16:03h, 10 October

    Trade the best leave the rest.

  • Bud Pierce
    Posted at 15:18h, 10 October

    I like you but I don't understand pips and I don't understand Euro's .Can you change it to Dollars?

  • Bud Pierce
    Posted at 14:34h, 10 October

    Not .1?

  • Night24
    Posted at 13:48h, 10 October

    to be honest you can start with only £250 and do small lot sizes like (0.01 – 0.05) then once the account grows you can do bigger lot sizes. it's more risky and it'll take longer but it works.

  • Adrian C.
    Posted at 13:29h, 10 October

    Lol buffer

  • Nero Okios
    Posted at 12:48h, 10 October

    so are you gonna stop your stop loss a little bit below 1% /$400… if thats the case youll get stopped all the time and youll just keep loosing $400 for no reason!!

  • Alan Haynes
    Posted at 12:36h, 10 October

    Bit of a blinkered view of trading for me, based solely on making 'Life changing sums'. Making £200 per month with a £1000 account is entirely possible. add compounding to that, and in 1 year you can certainly build to £9,000. This is risking no more than 2-3% on any trade. 1 year is pretty short term, continue to build for 2-3 years and you would comfortable be earning a decent wage.

  • Vuyo Sidinile
    Posted at 11:55h, 10 October

    Thank you for being honest.

  • xy double helix
    Posted at 11:20h, 10 October

    thank you.

  • Infamous Xpert
    Posted at 10:29h, 10 October

    lmao im trying to trade with 5 dollars on 1.3000 leverage interest rate decisions will get me to 50 road to 1250 from there

  • Pwat
    Posted at 09:47h, 10 October

    I started with $50 1 1/2 months ago and now at $2,000.

  • malthus101
    Posted at 09:32h, 10 October

    I just started going live on stocks and began with a 1% risk profile. After losing many consecutive trades, I have brought it down to 1/8th of 1%! (about 12.5 basis points)

    Feel much better now and can trade live while preserving most of my capital for when I finally get the hang of it.

    1-2% should be your risk AFTER you have become consistent at making profit and growing an account for at least 6 months I would say.

  • Jasford - After Effects and Photoshop Editor
    Posted at 08:56h, 10 October

    Im a very poor kid right now, I have about 1 grand to my name and barely make any income, this money has taken me ages to get and I wanted to be atrader, I went to a beginners workshop seminar for trading hosted by "learn to trade" they were good at showing some ebasics but then offered a 7k course and it was all a scam and said i can make it as a trader starrting with just 500 pounds alongside their course, this guy is aweesome, love his content and he gives actual answers not bs fluff that doeesnt even mean anything and doesnt ive answers, just leaves you with more questions, love you bro

  • Mwansa L. Matafwali
    Posted at 08:37h, 10 October

    Oh no… 😖

  • The Duomo Initiative - Financial Education
    Posted at 07:45h, 10 October

    Traders, this video is talking you through an example calculation. However, if you want to be more precise with your own capital, you will need to spend some time collecting data from your own demo account trading. By doing that, you can figure out what your maximum stop loss is expected to be (as an estimate for the calculation) and put the number of opportunities you are likely to get into perspective, so you can understand how far your capital is going to take you.

    If you fancy watching another video, why not watch this one next:

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