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Forex is a high risky investment market. Forex brokers provide high leverage facility which makes the market more dangerous. With proper risk and money management you can be successful in forex easily. I am trading CapitalsTrade providing low tight spread and high leverage 1:500. I am trading with proper risk and money management. I invest 1% or 2% of my capital per trade. And my risk ratio is 1:2. Sometime I do not set my tp.

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Yes it is a very well known fact that each financial market requires proper money management and risks management. There are certain trading tools in the forex market which facilitate proper money management. Here a trader must decide which time frame he will prefer, how he will finance his investment, how long he will hold the currency or investment and what is his trading goal. After deciding all these, a trader should adopt proper trading strategy that will work towards his goals.

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I absolutely believe that right money management is not just an optional thing, but it is absolutely necessary. That is why i love it so much more with FreshForex given they have sensational 101% Tradable Deposit Bonus, it ensures that one works with ease and confidence with able to let high money management work.

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To manage my hazard I take after some strick money management rules. Initially I take after 2% cash management run the show. I never open trade woth over 2% of my value. I don't trade ordinary. I just open trade when I get a decent trading set up as per my procedure. I don't do exact retribution trade. In the event that I lose a trade, I quit trading for that day. I likewise break down my losing trades and endeavor to discover arrangement of those missteps next time. I am trading with MaximusFx broker. It is a regulated broker with the motto "Trading At Its Best".

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