Why Trading Forex is so Difficult – Randomness in the Markets: Clusters of Bad and Good Luck #forex #money #market

Why Trading Forex is so Difficult – Randomness in the Markets: Clusters of Bad and Good Luck #forex #money #market

Why Trading Forex is so Difficult - Randomness in the Markets: Clusters of Bad and Good Luck

Why Trading Forex is so Difficult – Randomness in the Markets: Clusters of Bad and Good Luck


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Why Trading Forex is so Difficult: Randomness in the Markets: Clusters of Bad and Good Luck. David Paul, Financial Trader comments. If you found value in watching this video, PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can do more! It is always my understanding that it is difficult to make money long term when trading currencies and indices – how do you manage? Most trend following systems have less than a 50% correct hit rate. This means that you get a series of losing trades from time-to-time – how good would you be with executing your system with precision when you get 5 losing trades in a row.

  • Jacob Cooley
    Posted at 03:49h, 11 October

    buy currency in a growing economy(india) and sell currency in a failing economy(japan). hold on for a couple years. use 2-5 leverage.

  • BROJR.
    Posted at 03:02h, 11 October

    great, thank you.

  • Crazy Variety Tv
    Posted at 02:30h, 11 October

    The key is MM. example You have 1000usd and trading with lot size 0.01 that very smart but you have 1000usd and trading with lot size 1.00 that very STUPID.

  • RightClic God
    Posted at 02:11h, 11 October

    I got a sick winrate, way better than what he mentions, but I risk 1 to make 1 lol. I like winning, so I prefer it that way 🙂
    Just wanted to say, there is not just 1 way to do things.

  • quan talor
    Posted at 01:44h, 11 October

    All you gotta do is keep up with the trend , it’s really not that difficult, you must have multiple strategies as well , it’s literally like robbing a bank

  • Gerald Davis
    Posted at 01:18h, 11 October

    What do I do if I want to sell South Africa short.

  • kebman
    Posted at 00:32h, 11 October

    Is he South African? Ah, so he is South African! Hehe, I gather I have a hunch why he'd bet on copper, then…

  • scott medes
    Posted at 23:58h, 10 October

    studying charts doesnt allow you to study business.

  • Luca Puzzoli
    Posted at 23:39h, 10 October

    Euphoria is a riskless state of mind ! be confident but not euphoric

  • Dihliz Nur
    Posted at 23:18h, 10 October

    because you dont have much or big balance..so forex is difficult…

  • Simon Cornell
    Posted at 22:27h, 10 October

    Came for Forex advice – received a life lesson 😀

  • day dreamer
    Posted at 22:04h, 10 October

    bang on.after experinnicingg such issue i hv learnt risk management is always necessary.

  • kwastro
    Posted at 21:44h, 10 October

    The market is random?? U must be smoking sh*t to think that. Many still think its random mmmmh keep learning.

  • Keith Jackson
    Posted at 20:49h, 10 October

    learn and master market structure

  • Cafe Racer
    Posted at 20:01h, 10 October

    IT IS NOT 50-50, not even close , just had an experiment on my demo account, 100 trades which I executed on random basis (not even all random, had some good strategy trades, but market always shaked me off even tho I was setting up my stop losses according to 14 days ATR. My winning ratio was only 25% , even tho my risk reward was 1-2.5. I was trading Crude Oil.

    If I had edge of only 32% I would be profitable.

    For some reason we are hardwired to lose.

    100 trades is not a small sample, and what really creeps me out is that the universe doesn't want everybody to have 50% chance, why is that ?

  • Rodrigo Albornoz
    Posted at 19:53h, 10 October

    This one was amazing! Thanks!!

  • Edwin Jansen
    Posted at 19:27h, 10 October

    It is always a challenge to keep listening when the person mentions a strategy in the first minute that is the exact opposite from what you are comfortable with and you trust and feel is the right strategy for you. I will get back later when my teachability is better. Of course strategies are as personal as tastes are. Trading is all about personal psychology. There are probable as many profitable strategies as there are people.

  • Kurt Cooper
    Posted at 19:16h, 10 October

    I don't have rabbits feet, I don't kiss beads, I don't cross my fingers & luck is a random word u use to fit a sentence or solution in place of wisdom. I don't believe in luck & never had a 5 in a row losing streak. Average 80% winners even though it's only going to give u a 10%+ return.
    But hey, I like listening to new ideas & everyone has an opoinion. But your math is based on luck.

  • News Update
    Posted at 18:17h, 10 October

    I like his analogy. funny but 100% correct!

  • nandy surya
    Posted at 17:47h, 10 October

    Nice explanation for FX trade

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