Salary?

trait3r

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Hello forum

I'm a bored GP. I gamble on sports in my spare time and made around £18,000 on that on top of my GP salary last year.

I'm REALLY BORED of being a GP. Should've gone to LSE like my economics A- level teacher tried to get me to do.

My question is how much do people make per day/month/year trading on Forex?

Presumably its not tax free like gambling winnings?

What's the odds on me being able to make some money here after going to babypips.com school? :D

Thanks in advance!
 
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Shakone

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Hello forum

I'm a bored GP. I gamble on sports in my spare time and made around £18,000 on that on top of my GP salary last year.

I'm REALLY BORED of being a GP. Should've gone to LSE like my economics A- level teacher tried to get me to do.

My question is how much do people make per day/month/year trading on Forex?

Presumably its not tax free like gambling winnings?

What's the odds on me being able to make some money here after going to babypips.com school? :D

Thanks in advance!

I'm having trouble reading what you've written.


What are the odds on me being able to make some money on sports gambling? 18k sounds decent.
 
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trait3r

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I'm having trouble reading what you've written.

'What's the odds on me being able to make some money here after going to babypips.com school?'

Really?
 

PieterSteidelmayer

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I'm a bored GP. I gamble on sports in my spare time and made around £18,000 on that on top of my GP salary last year.

I'm REALLY BORED of being a GP. Should've gone to LSE like my economics A- level teacher tried to get me to do.

After 5 years getting your degree, 2 years foundation and 3 years vocational - that's a minimum of 10 years and you find yourself in the wrong profession?

The odds of you making a living from trading, or anything else for that matter, are incredibly small.

Smaller than are the odds of you really being a GP.
 

trait3r

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After 5 years getting your degree, 2 years foundation and 3 years vocational - that's a minimum of 10 years and you find yourself in the wrong profession?

The odds of you making a living from trading, or anything else for that matter, are incredibly small.

Smaller than are the odds of you really being a GP.

I am in the profession for longer than that.

I am a GP. And I'm bored and in the wrong job.

Even my sports gambling figures from last year are the correct ones.
 

Shakone

Senior member
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'What's the odds on me being able to make some money here after going to babypips.com school?'

Really?

Well the only money to be made here is for a vendor or an employee/owner of the forum. Which do you plan to be?
 
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ZEN archer

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My question is how much do people make per day/month/year trading on Forex?

It depends on the size of their trading account and how good they are (at trading).

Presumably its not tax free like gambling winnings?

If it’s spread betting, it’s classified as gambling.

What's the odds on me being able to make some money here after going to babypips.com school? :D

That depends on how long you study apart from few other things (IQ, EQ etc.) - on average less than 3 in 100.
 
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