The results are built upon hypothetical estimations, which have varying degrees of limitation.Read more...
The results are built upon hypothetical estimations, which have varying degrees of limitation. Read more...
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Trading is a risky process. You can lose money
Previous trade reports are not reliable prediction factors for the future. The results are built upon hypothetical estimations, which have varying degrees of limitation. Unlike actual trade performance reports, they hardly represent the real trading. Additionally, because the actual trade has not taken place, hypothetical reports may have regulated or increased the impact of critical market risk factors like a lack of liquidity. Hypothetical or simulated trade reports are also governed by the fact that they are aimed at benefitting the hindsight. No form of claim can be issued to indicate that an account will achieve the margins of profits and losses as indicated.
Additionally, simulated or hypothetical trade results have no financial risks. No hypothetical representation can account for the financial risks attached to an actual trade. For instance, the financial power to endure losses, or practice a particular trade plan despite experiencing losses are factors that impact a real trade account. Other factors that affect markets in general exist and may influence the implementation of a particular trading program. Such factors cannot be held to account for representations of hypothetical nature, but negatively affect performances of actual trade reports.
Future projections of the forex markets indicate the possibility of huge losses. Among other stock trading spaces, online forex trading platforms are highly volatile and pose numerous financial risks.
Hypothetically speaking, if you were to be on the losing end, then take caution now. Avoid trading with an amount of money whose loss will mean serious financial problems.