Has daytrading become too difficult for ordinary people?

Trading is not honey and milk or an easy way to make money, but a LION’S FIGHT against big players and hedge funds, and sometimes a painstaking and, above all, BORING wait for something to happen.

The point is that trading is a “fine skill” that you must learn with as little external pressure and disturbance as possible, cultivating deep peace, absence of greed and above all HORSE PERSISTENCE, PATIENCE AND DISCIPLINE!

If you don’t have that, if you have pressures from all sides and imperative earnings, get out of the market both as a day trader and as a swing trader and maybe even as an investor. You will only lose money on paying brokerage fees, on bids and ask spreads, on entry and exit positions, all by trading against windmills, large funds and powerful financial institutions, trying to forcefully squeeze out earnings where there is none and missing out on the path of good opportunities because, blinded by the pressures and greed for big money that is imperative for you, you may not see them. Rather, hone some skill or open a business online or in reality.

FOR YOU WHO ARE STILL INTERESTED IN THE MARKET whether investing or trading (with or next to work) and after all the above warnings, I have one sentence of hope for you: THE PRICE IS HIGH, EFFORT IS NECESSARY, BUT IN THE END SUCCESS IS STILL POSSIBLE in spite of everything. It is true that it is not easy to reach it and that discipline requires complete subordination to the goal but it is possible to achieve it, it is just a matter of how long you can endure discipline and stick to your style, your game, your techniques and tactics you have developed and succeeded with ( because if you fail you need to change it until you come across the “right one” and develop your style that suits you) .. If you are persistent and patient you will probably be rewarded in the end.

(I.M.)

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