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    due to uncertain market nature, no one should trade on borrowed funds, because no one has guaranty that he will must make profit....

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    I think trading forex alongside borrowed money is fairly dangerous and in the event that somebody like to do which. They will need to try on demo account to recognize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunefx View Post
    I think trading forex alongside borrowed money is fairly dangerous and in the event that somebody like to do which. They will need to try on demo account to recognize.
    If demo account trading also you are successful that doesn't mean that you can do 100% correct in the real trading also .Actually real trading is very risky and anyone can lose their trading account ..so,borrow funds is not advisable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunefx View Post
    I think trading forex alongside borrowed money is fairly dangerous and in the event that somebody like to do which. They will need to try on demo account to recognize.
    its true that traders must have to avoid trading by taking loan from other people because no one knows that where market will go in future so its good to do trading with your own funds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalex76 View Post
    If demo account trading also you are successful that doesn't mean that you can do 100% correct in the real trading also .Actually real trading is very risky and anyone can lose their trading account ..so,borrow funds is not advisable.
    True That , when hard worked money on line emotions gets involved and makes everything harder.
    Remember :
    You'll Be Under pressure if you borrow money , you'll start thinking that you need to make money to pay them back , once you lose a trade emotions will take over and blow your borrowed money account .
    you end up in debt
    Last edited by Kick4x; 04-20-2012 at 09:08 AM.

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    borrowed fund is really risky for trading because we couldn't predict that we will be gain or loss so in the form of loss we will be not able to return it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kick4x View Post
    True That , when hard worked money on line emotions gets involved and makes everything harder.
    Remember :
    You'll Be Under pressure if you borrow money , you'll start thinking that you need to make money to pay them back , once you lose i trade emotions will take over and blow your borrowed money account .
    you end up in debt
    i agree with you that if you will borrowed money then its for sure that you will surely come under huge pressure because first you have to save your capital which you have borrowed and then you have to make some good profit which you can use as your capital in your future trades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seahawks90 View Post
    i agree with you that if you will borrowed money then its for sure that you will surely come under huge pressure because first you have to save your capital which you have borrowed and then you have to make some good profit which you can use as your capital in your future trades.
    All I Know And Went Through Is Only Trade With Money You Can Afford.
    Fun Money Are Good For Trading , Now What I Mean By Fun Money ?
    Well Fun Money Is Like Your Smoking , Alcohol , Parties or buying Fancy Stuff You Can Use That Money To Trade With Instead.

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    Borrowed money mean hot money, its affected to you when everything is out of control, trading need a patience. With borrowed money you must have to pay, its hard to you to be patience in front of your charts.

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    i think with borrowed money you will do your best because you have to return the borrowed amount.

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    I furthermore suggest not to borrow cash from any one to trade. It's constantly better to trade with the money that you can provide to reduction.

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    Trading fx with lent money is in fact rather risky as well as if perhaps a person want to do which. The two should try on demo account to be able to recognize regarding their ability at first .

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    I believe trader shouldn't borrow cash for trading. Due to the fact there is no one optimal inside the fx and additionally any one could reduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeb View Post
    i think with borrowed money you will do your best because you have to return the borrowed amount.
    if the trader is proficient and able to generate profits consistently may not be a problem if the trader borrows money but have not been able to generate profits consistently then you should not use the borrowed money.

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    Why we should borrow funds for trading. Is this forum bonus is not good to use a our start. I do not think that there is need to borrow funds.

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