Is it easier to make consistent profits with forex than stocks?

Discussion in 'Forex' started by helpme_please, Jul 1, 2017.

  1. Esha.J

    Esha.J

    Forex is the most volatile market there is. You either learn to handle the volatility and whipsaws or you are toast. Forex and stocks are like apples and oranges. They are not the same. Similar structure but totally different movement and volatility.
     
    #61     Dec 19, 2017
  2. You could never make profit consistently, you should have proper amount of knowledge and experience and skills to make it happen. You should gain more profit than the loss incurred as you could never neglect profits.
     
    #62     Dec 21, 2017
  3. Esha.J

    Esha.J

    Forex market keeps on changing. The majority of retail traders struggle to find out how to be consistently profitable in Forex.
     
    #63     Dec 25, 2017
  4. Yeah, Forex Market is quite fluctuating and hence we could never predict it totally. thus we need to have proper amount of practice to gain in Forex Market.
     
    #64     Dec 26, 2017
  5. Esha.J

    Esha.J

    Prediction by nature is not possible in the FX market. It's about allowing the law of large number to play out your edge in the markets.
     
    #65     Dec 29, 2017
  6. Prediction is never possible in the Forex Market, and if it happens, its just luck by chance, you could never predict the market situations all the time.
     
    #66     Dec 29, 2017
  7. Esha.J

    Esha.J

    Predicting anything in the forex market is actually impossible. Your best bet will always be to read the price action and act accordingly.
     
    #67     Jan 2, 2018
  8. comagnum

    comagnum

    Predictions are one thing - hard data is another:

    The EUR/USD has established its annual low or high in January about 80% of all years in recent decades.
     
    #68     Jan 2, 2018
  9. kwasik

    kwasik

    It's not a question of whether it's easier or not. It has more to do with better risk management. Trade what you can afford to lose and not the other way round. So long as your trading edge is present on the chart you should be be able to make consistent trades. No need to make the process look like rocket science.
     
    #69     Jan 5, 2018
  10. Well Stocks do have their own individual Chart Program as well - Rather than for expecting hold Market Reaction at one phase - But you do have a good point which if used correctly can be proved right. - Clever Boy.
     
    #70     Mar 8, 2018