We are not a trading firm, we would just like to highlight the risks involved with trading.
YOUR CAPITAL IS AT RISK WHEN TRADING
Trading the financial currency markets and crypto currency markets involves levels of high risks. You are speculating your capital and betting on which way you believe the market will move. Your capital will always be at risk and with some brokers you can end up owning more money then you started with. You should NEVER trade with funds that you can’t afford to lose. The funds you use to trade with should be fully yours and have no negative impact if you were to lose all of them. When trading it is almost certain your money will go down at some point. This may be by losses or drawdown. You should be fully prepared for this and the emotional stress it could have on you. No one can guarantee anything in trading. The markets can change at any time and can wipe your whole account (if no protection). No one can predict this. You should always cash in profit when you can and run-in risk-free money.
You should ask yourself the following questions before trading:
- Can I afford to lose more than I invest?
- Will the emotions of losing cause me stress that will affect my life?
- Do I understand there is a high probability that I can lose?
- Do I understand that trading can be looked at as gambling and there for could get addictive?
- Can I dedicate enough time to at least learn the basics?
- Do I understand that no one can guarantee anything in trading?
- Do I understand that super car, Rolex’s and materialistic goods shown by traders on social media are not a true representation of trading?
These questions should allow you to think in more detail is trading for you. Trading can be very enjoyable and can change your life. BUT there are risks and you need to understand these. Here at ETS our software is designed to give you a hands-free approach to trading. This don’t not eliminate total risk. Even with our software there are risks involved. And you should still ask yourself the questions above. And of course, DEMO first.