quote A few years ago I was introduced into some US trader. I'd only had my most successful year ever, he'd only LOST 11% for the year He made 60 times more than I did for the calendar year, which was paying quite substantial operating expenditures, and heavily discounting the annual management fee his firm charged clients. At that time, a typical months return for me in percentage terms has been greater than this men best ever year, he had a lot of money under management, I didn't. That is the way to get wealthy, make thousands in fees even...
For the big dollars, the secret is not to trade but for OPM.
Of course you have to demone some profit from the trading performance, then become or hire some good sales person and marketers. Your performance becomes 10 % trading 90 % sales (looking for / finding investors and customers). Get this OPM, 100 Million minimum. Trading is risky, managing money is not.
Trading live on small accounts is not going to net you the big bucks overnight but it is going to provide you with loads of real time trading experience..and after a couple of years of trading that is disciplined, you should begin earning profits consistently.
Is it feasible to get rich by trading in the forex market? Yes, but after a couple of years. .
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