A trap of profitable strategies

Updated: Jun 9

You will probably consider me crazy, ask yourself the question

"How profitable strategies can be a trap? It is nonsense!"

However, before you do this, read the article to the end and check that there is not a piece of truth in it 🙂.

You've created a strategy that is doing pretty well in the market. Occasionally you record losses, your winning transaction ratio fluctuates around 90%.

You start to think that your strategy is invincible and you trade in increasing amounts.

You attach less and less importance to the "technical support" of the platform, the VPS server and the strategy itself thinking "I will earn money anyway, I don't waste time". You only forget about one important matter,

the market is changing.

After some time, due to lack of discipline and supervision over trading, you can end your adventure on forex trading at the starting point or worse, you record losses.

Remember, in the forex market you need to constantly monitor strategies and acquiring knowledge to be a profitable trader, regardless of the prevailing conditions.

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