Don’t let the numbers fool you
Online trading is all about numbers. You can find them everywhere, from broker and trading robot reviews to charts and trades. Everything revolves around them, and thus it’s easy to get lost and make lousy business moves that will lead you to ruin.
It’s easy to get hyped when you see that a broker offers more than a hundred assets or that a trading robot allows you to invest in several trades simultaneously. These things don’t matter. You won’t trade with all those assets, but choose half a dozen of assets and focus on them.
A good trading robot doesn’t have to possess dozens of options to be profitable. Just look at the CarbonFX , a trading robot that doesn’t complicate things. It gives you some basic settings you can use to tweak it to choose trades you prefer. It allows for fully automated trading while also giving you an option to confirm every trade manually.
So, don’t let high numbers and percentages to draw you away from reputable brokers and trading robots. The only number you should look for is the number of satisfied users. This number reflects the reliability of the broker (or trading robot), and thus it is better than dozens of reviews that might or might not be written by affiliates of a shady broker or trading software creator.
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