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$China50 rises 3.1% - Is it time to buy or sell? ... Show More
Stephen John Charles Bliss @stebliss
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@mgonzalezlopez77 Welcome aboard new copier! I advise keeping the copy stop loss set at the preset level. It is always best to copy for at least 12 months to see true and accurate results. Many copiers stop copying trades as soon as they see a small decline in their investment. Do Not Panic! This is a natural part of trading. You will always see a small loss from the beginning when copying a trader especially when copying 'open positions.' This is the 'spread' or more simply put 'The fee for opening positions.' Markets fluctuate in price meaning that sometimes you will see trades in profit and sometimes in loss. Sometimes you will see trades in profit go into loss and vice versa. Quite often trades will be closed at a loss. Again, this is completely normal. At the start, some days you will see the copy in overall profit and some days at a loss but given sufficient time it should grow and our equity should rise in the long term. Just be aware that it will fluctuate. The sooner you become accustomed to this being normal the sooner you will become a better trader. Without market fluctuation it would not be possible for us to make money. Finally, I trade using my own money. Meaning I am 110% dedicated to making consistent and realistic returns without taking any big risks. One of the worlds wealthiest investors Warren Buffett once said "The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient, so be patient." - Thank You, and here's to a great future trading relationship! 🥂 ... Show More