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Why do so many Forex traders lose money?
HERE’S THE #1 MISTAKE...
What if there was a reliable trading strategy you could count on to help you grow your forex trading account?
50% win rate: No problem.
1:1, 1:3, even 1:5 risk reward ratios: Yup!
10%, 20%, even 30% account growth every year: Absolutely.
Contrary to what you might think, price action trading can help you reach these goals.
Finding winning trades IS NOT THE PROBLEM
FOR MOST FOREX TRADERS
From Q2, 2014 – Q1, 2015 FX Brokers analyzed 43,000,000 real money trades on their servers.
They discovered two eye-opening things:
The first is encouraging: On average, traders close out over 50% of their trades with a gain.
Their second finding reveals the costly and embarrassing problem: Many trader lose much more money on their losing trades than they make on their winning trades.
Blue shows the average number of pips traders earned on profitable trades. Red shows the average number of pips lost in losing trades. This is why traders lose money despite being right 50% of the time.
CUT YOUR FOREX TRADING LOSSES EARLY, LET YOUR PROFITS RUN
WHY IS THIS SO DIFFICULT TO DO?
It comes down to two simple things:
1) Many forex traders miss clear as day price action market signs to take a small loss early -- rather than a big loss later.
2) Many forex trading strategies teach you to close out trades too early in order to protect profits. Instead of teaching you the smart price action trading strategies that let your winners ride -- with supreme confidence.
That’s why we created this free price action course for profit minded forex traders. Who want a more repeatable and scalable way to grow their accounts.
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