by Steve the Trader
I do not believe having goals in your everyday living, being empowered and centered causes you to be delusional. Occasionally you need just to reexamine your objectives, alter them and keep moving on.
I am totally confident that no-one will become millionaire getting started with $100 capital, on the other hand, I believe that making $1,000 to $10,000 in one year could be doable with a decent program and strong money management plan, basically trading part-time. And then moving from $10,000 to 50,000 within a few years is probable sounds a reasonable goal to me. Given that, I may add more funds as I go along, and whenever I begin to see steadiness in my trading.
The typical time for establishing a footing and developing reliability has been said to be around three to five years. Therefore I would not be ready to become full-time trader earlier than that. However, this can also be the amount of time I could grant myself to master the art of trading and grow an account.
In my situation, the primary reason for micro-trading is always to learn and have the psychological and mental skills you won't ever learn simply by simulated trading indefinitely.
There is not a chance I'll pour my hard-earned investment capital money in the marketplace before I see steadiness in my end results. I realize I've got to pay for my training and whack a few trading accounts before I am aware of exactly how things work (I actually went through that!) as a result I would better practice it on micro-lots and protecting the capital for the real thing.
There isn't any mysterious way of obtaining prosperity, and so I do not expect full-time professional traders to arrive here and set down an "precisely how to ... within a few steps" handbook. Having said that I believe it could be intriguing to find out which of us have in fact were able to grow to be experienced professional "retail" trader as a result of working hard, studying and with the determination have built an advantage and skill. That at this point permits them to experience the best life they dreamed about.
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