2 Responses to How To Build A Trading Bank: A 10-Year Plan

  1. I wish people would stop writing about unrealistic returns like this.
    Even though Forex trading is scaleable (unlike Sports betting), the psychology of the trader means that either:

    A). They will feel more and more uncomfortable as their amount at risk increases – which will limit the % of the account per trade risked. Thus reducing the rate on increase of the account.

    B). They will get overconfident and complacent an blow the account.

    C). They will withdraw profit along the way. To reward themselves, and to protect their profit. Thus again the rate of increase of the account (if any) will slow down.

    Ian Foster
    May 21, 2013 at 3:47 pm

  2. I agree that these are possibilities, but not all traders have the same psychology and personality, and this is an article about what is possible – if you do stick to a set of trading rules.

    May 23, 2013 at 9:23 am

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