4 Reasons Why Being A Day-Trader Is Not As Great As You May Think

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, traders have lost their good reputation. Whereas ten years ago, traders were seen as highly professional and smart business men, nowadays, they carry the somewhat dodgy reputation of being a gambler.

Trading, however, is far away from casino gambling. Although having a bit of luck can't harm, trading requires skill, experience and a fundamental understanding of how markets work. If you have ever though about bringing your hobby or side income to the . . .

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