The gear you need once you enter the trading space

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Here's the gear you need once you enter the trading space. Feel free to share the image anywhere you want!

Helmet

To keep your head pressure at the right level. Ability to make cold calculations is one of the must-have skills of a successful day trader. This priceless quality is basically a combination of a theoretical background, patience, composure and stress resistance.

Headset

To communicate with the rest of the world. To succeed as a CFD trader you have to be one step ahead of the market trends. You need to keep up with world affairs. Useful sites:

www.wsj.com

www.bloomberg.com

www.zerohedge.com

www.blog.simplefx.com

Heavy space boots

To keep your feet down to the ground. Keep your self-esteem high, but set your goals realistically. Let’s make it clear: without an outrageous amount of luck you won’t be a millionaire in a month. Learn from the mistakes. Write them down to prevent making the same in the future.

Integrated computer

To make your trading experience as fluent as possible. Fast and reliable platform and a trustworthy broker are your friends. Choose your friends wisely. A trading platform should be as transparent as possible. Check out SimpleFX WebTrader and you're gonna stay with us for a long time.

Meters

To have something to read useful data from. Charts, meters, factors and analytic tools are a map and compass for traders. But you have to read them fluently to become a successful one. To do so, develop your analytical skills so you can recognize trends within the trends.  

Umbilical

To prevent you from floating away in the void. Calculate your risk. Don’t go all-in. Construct your safety net, not only to save some money for the worst case scenario but also for psychological reasons. Trust us, it will help you out with making trading decisions.

 

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