mrbuspaulmendez5 answered Reyniel's question on 21 May 2017, 23:38:25

I always tell people to only invest the amount of money they could afford to lose, although I don't think they'll lose much investing the way I do

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Reyniel answered Lexie's question on 02 May 2017, 23:27:05

Reality bro, every 4 to 5 years. Now I've been trading for 4 years now and I've only recovered my losses recently. Maybe in a year or two I'll make a 50% return. Maybe in 10 I'll be able to double it in a year. With that said, if you can't make 20% a year then give your money to the pro's. But if your prepared to invest your time and money the markets will reward your effort. Best of luck my friend.

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Catkathy answered Samanthar's question on 21 Feb 2017, 06:25:49

The economic/financial and political analysis of a country that does not involve interpreting charting patterns or price movements.

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BoyceAve answered Phoebe's question on 21 Jan 2017, 00:21:51

Bitcoin’s price fluctuates wildly, thanks to a variety of factors:

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justinjones answered Matthew's question on 17 Nov 2016, 23:28:29

No; leverage represents the proportion of the value of each quantity of currency you trade that the broker is essentially lending you for the purpose of the transaction. If you have 1:100 leverage, you're paying only 1% of the cost of opening a position of any specified size. If you buy one micro-lot of EUR/USD, that's always worth the same $1,000, and its price-movements always represent the same $0.10 per pip to you, regardless of your leverage.

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justinjones answered BoyceAve's question on 30 Aug 2016, 00:39:57

I have met my broker before making a real deposit. I wanted to see where I place my money before just making a deposit. They were great and ended up with part of my business.

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