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    Loss is inevitable in trading, i dont place trades to cover up my losses, i try to place trades so that i can get something in return and not to cover the loss i ve made earlier.

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    Right, loss is inevitable but it can be minimize with proper knowledge, skill, and good trading system.
    I think that the best system is using EA that could cover the market movement and catch the profit.
    Using Martingale EA in CENT account in Liteforex, it has been giving me much of profit.

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    Forex trading indeed business have a high risk so we must have trading skill and risk management well to reduce forex risk

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    Money Management is the primary options that is to be taken consideration if you want to manage loss.

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    forex trading, can not be separated from the loss in forex trading this loss will always be there, therefore we need to always have a good risk manager. With good risk management will allow us to trade with a maximum. We can using Sl and TP for manage risk well

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    Managing risk in Forex may be the major issue in the world of Forex, but I consider that if you have an appropriate broker you can make more and more profits. I have started trading since 5 years but I have started earning in real since 3 years when I have selected my current broker.

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    Loss in forex trading is very detrimental to us, so it will allow us to trade with the maximum. For trading then we need to have good risk management that will allow us to trade with the maximum. For that, try to always use SL as to minimize the risk of forex trading well

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabanda View Post
    Loss in forex trading is very detrimental to us, so it will allow us to trade with the maximum. For trading then we need to have good risk management that will allow us to trade with the maximum. For that, try to always use SL as to minimize the risk of forex trading well
    Risk management is an essential part of forex trading with minimum losses. In my experience rebate bonuses are really great thing to gey some money back from a broker. For example, I use FreshForex rebate bonus with up to $10 per lot for losing trades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razoch View Post
    Risk management is an essential part of forex trading with minimum losses. In my experience rebate bonuses are really great thing to gey some money back from a broker. For example, I use FreshForex rebate bonus with up to $10 per lot for losing trades.

    have good risk management is indispensable in this forex trading, because with so it will allow us to trade with the maximum. Forex is a business that has a very high risk. For that, we must always have a good risk management so that we will be able to minimize the risk of forex properly

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    Losses will be always in Forex. But I agree that they can be limited and reduced, if you learn and gain experience(for instance with freshforex encyclopedia). It is also important not to lose your heart, and take the loss as experience, not as a failure

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