First of all, books are just starters, you have to actually drink lots of pool water before being able to swim. I prepared a lot, such as reading books, back test ideas and paper trading before I actually started my first trade. I thought by this way I could be an exception that without losing huge money (drinking pool water), I could learn to trade well. No, I was no exception. So my advice to you for a beginner is to trade small, the goal is to survive not to get rich quick. Only when you’re able to constantly win with your small money should you begin to commit your real portion of capital in. How do you know you’re able to constantly win? Well, you have to lose total of your small money several times. You never lose then chances are you’re still not able to trade correctly, it’s just a pure luck…

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