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Forex isn't gambling. It is a business. We should consider Trading to be a business and keep a log of your trades. Figure your average leverage per winning trade, normal hardship per losing trade and rate victors versus washouts. In the event that this does not pass on preference or favorable position not worth the threat you are taking, at that point reassess your approach and set objectives.  I'm trading with XeroMarkets broker. It is a regulated and reputable broker. I like their ultra low spreads starting from 0.0 pip. It also doesn't requote while I place any order.

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While trading in the largest decentralized market Forex we all get many scam brokers who will try to divert our mind. More than thousands of online Forex brokers are available here. That’s why choosing the right broker has become very tough especially for new traders. But after getting Forex4you broker I have gotten many facility because they are regulated. I am making huge money by the support of this reliable broker.

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broker selection must be able to be considered properly, this is needed and needed so that traders can become better and can get more leverage in producing profits in accordance with expectations with Tickmill.

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John, yes, that's right. Forex is not gambling but one things is sure that you need to find good and rusted platforms for this. If you choose a bad broker for forex then you will never make money. Same with gambling, if you don't choose a good casino then you will be cheated. You can browse this site if you would be interested in really great online casino games. I play few of them time to time, and they are awesome.

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Forex becomes gambling when you don't know what you are actually doing, in fact you are then throwing darts in the dark hoping to make money whereas it is not the case. Forex is a purely professional market which does not spare any trader's mistake.

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A lot depends on how you feel about this case yourself. If you treat it like a game, you will sometimes win and lose more. But if you treat it like a business, you'll see that your work will bring you tremendous results. 

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I think that many people do not take trading very seriously when they just start their way in the market.
But over time you start to understand the mechanisms and regularities of the market and trading becomes more structured and therefore interesting. 

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