Day In The Life of A Forex Trader London

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  2. Oh man! Only just watched this video. When you were sat outside the Gherkin you were literally right opposite my office! Wish I had known, would have gladly invited you up for coffee.

  3. Great<video and some nice tips! This is a scary time for new investors but the best thing you can do is not to make decisions based on emotions. This could actually be a good time to buy more of your high conviction stocks or crypto on a discount. Wealth is created during bear markets, not bull markets. If your portfolio is really effecting your mental health then financial advisory is highly advisable ,with the markets ups and down its still a win win working with my financial Advisory Kate Weller currently Coo and Cmo .I started my portfolio with precisely 84k grand in stocks last year and currently over 1.3 million in my portfolio , never had major loses all of that covered by her insurance policies.

  4. Any way you can explain how many lots you bet, why that many vs the size of the account? And also how many lots max is safe to bet? Think it's important for traders to get a perspective.

  5. I had an account with CoreSpreads which later changed its name to Trade Nation. CoreSpreads had fixed spreads but used to slip me on the smallest of positions during London. It soon felt like they make their money on frequent slippage!

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