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the difference between big class traders and small traders

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High-class traders chase the tranquility of poor traders pursue profit Heavy class traders don't trade with one shot. Cadre the usual snapper class often breaks lots at certain levels and each position has stop loss and taking profit different, because for them breaking lots can reduce psychological stress, when they feel calm can quickly make the right decisions. cadre change using maximum lot once the price is not appropriate the predictions of penny traders often panic. maybe there are additions?

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#1 - June 04, 2019, 12:03:18 PM

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High-class traders chase the tranquility of poor traders pursue profit Heavy class traders don't trade with one shot. Cadre the usual snapper class often breaks lots at certain levels and each position has stop loss and taking profit different, because for them breaking lots can reduce psychological stress, when they feel calm can quickly make the right decisions. cadre change using maximum lot once the price is not appropriate the predictions of penny traders often panic. maybe there are additions?
That's right, sir, that's indeed the difference between two traders who are very prominent. snapper and loose change traders will definitely crave a consistent profit but clearly the difference is because big traders are all ready.
#2 - June 04, 2019, 02:52:50 PM

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High-class traders chase the tranquility of poor traders pursue profit Heavy class traders don't trade with one shot. Cadre the usual snapper class often breaks lots at certain levels and each position has stop loss and taking profit different, because for them breaking lots can reduce psychological stress, when they feel calm can quickly make the right decisions. cadre change using maximum lot once the price is not appropriate the predictions of penny traders often panic. maybe there are additions?
I agree with you, it is very striking the difference between a small trader and a big class. however, one day nickel traders will be able to compete with big traders.
#3 - June 07, 2019, 05:42:25 PM

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yes right sir, big traders are always waiting for the moment to enter. indeed small traders often make frequent orders with the hope of getting a lot of profits.
#4 - June 09, 2019, 02:44:50 AM

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yes right sir, big traders are always waiting for the moment to enter. indeed small traders often make frequent orders with the hope of getting a lot of profits.
Big traders will certainly use large lots but patiently wait for the right momentum compared to small traders who always enter positions at any time



#5 - June 09, 2019, 02:51:32 AM

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Big traders will certainly use large lots but patiently wait for the right momentum compared to small traders who always enter positions at any time


yes I agree, sir, from the use of lots, the difference is clearly visible. because maybe large traders also have large capital, so they must use a large lot, sir.
#6 - June 09, 2019, 03:13:17 AM

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High-class traders chase the tranquility of poor traders pursue profit Heavy class traders don't trade with one shot. Cadre the usual snapper class often breaks lots at certain levels and each position has stop loss and taking profit different, because for them breaking lots can reduce psychological stress, when they feel calm can quickly make the right decisions. cadre change using maximum lot once the price is not appropriate the predictions of penny traders often panic. maybe there are additions?
that is an interesting difference from large and small class traders, small-scale traders should be able to learn from the large class mentality and psychology is not easily broken by a ferocious market.
#7 - June 09, 2019, 02:22:40 PM

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Successful traders and those who cannot easily be distinguished from their achievements or trading performance, whether they have been consistent profit or not.
#8 - June 09, 2019, 03:05:15 PM

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Successful traders and those who cannot easily be distinguished from their achievements or trading performance, whether they have been consistent profit or not.
indeed success is now only measured by large and consistent profits. but the process is also very long.
#9 - June 09, 2019, 03:08:23 PM

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if a big trader usually he trades long term
#10 - October 11, 2019, 02:04:57 AM

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low or high class traders in my opinion is only a matter of knowledge and experience.
#11 - October 11, 2019, 02:07:39 AM

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Big traders always look for consistent profits every month and the average is 10% in one month.
#12 - October 12, 2019, 04:12:52 PM

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???in my opinion there is no grouping of traders.
#13 - October 12, 2019, 04:22:27 PM

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upper class traders in my opinion fewer in number.
#14 - October 12, 2019, 06:13:32 PM

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big traders and lower classes are very different.
#15 - October 12, 2019, 06:34:02 PM

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