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AngelFX99

Newbie
1 0
hello everyone, I am new here, I need help please.
How can I start my own business in trading? because, I don't want to work under anyone (and btw, I don't have a lot of money).
are there any proposals?

Thankssss
 

wonge

Junior member
11 5
hello everyone, I am new here, I need help please.
How can I start my own business in trading? because, I don't want to work under anyone (and btw, I don't have a lot of money).
are there any proposals?

Thankssss
If you’ve been trading a while and have a system that works, you could look into joining a prop trading firm. If you’re good, and can manage risk and drawdown to their standards then it’s one way of gaining access to larger tradable capital. Worth researching well though before jumping in.
 

ironjaw

Member
57 9
If you don’t have money, then you can’t make money. If you have low capital then start by growing that slowly so that once it grows to a level that you can use to make better returns and for your company. There are a lot of costs associated with trading. Broker fees, spread, charting software, education, you need to keep on learning to build your own strategy. It can take 5 years or it can 10 or 15. You will need to work 60 to 80 hours a week scanning, refining, reading, back testing your strategy as well as keeping positive mindset after many loses that you are still here and keep going. Once you’ve become profitable you can then take on clients. It’s hard work just like any other career and unfortunately most traders that lose and can’t make it turn to providing education courses for newbies luring them with the hopes of get rich quick scheme.
 

Mogor

Junior member
18 2
Well, on the whole, individual traders who strive for independence and freedom in the market have gathered here. The most important thing you should know about it is that trading involves a huge number of directions, approaches, strategies, and that's why each of us can find something here that will allow to implement the planned idea. The most important thing is that you should take your time and try everything that is offered in the market. I will advise you to start with a couple of classic strategies in order to understand what could be more effective for you. For this, you don't need money. You can do it on a demo to try it without risks or extra emotions. And then you can make the final decision and make an investment.
 

Midribante

Newbie
9 0
You could join a brokerage firm if you learn all the tricks of the trade.
 

Malordana

Member
69 3
I think that you should at least study the market in theory a little first. Because you have to understand exactly what this structure is, how it functions, what affects this state, etc. And I would also advise you to get acquainted with the key terms in trading - spread, leverage, etc. Now all this information is in the public domain, so you can easily learn at least the basic points. I see that you've already been prompted to start with a demo and some basic approaches - it's right. Do not try to learn everything at once, move carefully.
And be prepared that it will require you time and motivation. It's not easy, but it's very interesting.
 

StopTrading

Newbie
6 0
If you can prove that you are consistently good at trading over a reasonable period of time, then there are ways of being "sponsored" - feel free to PM me if you'd like more details
 
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