Is Forex dead?

StanisBarateon

Highly Suspicious Person
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3
So I've talked to couple of people who used to trade Forex and they all say that it's basically "slowly dying".
I refuse to believe it - I started to learn how to trade like a year ago and don't want all my efforts just be pointless.
Should I continue to learn... or should I quit? I didn't invest any money - just time.
 

pezz55

Recruit
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9
at what point is it dying? the markets are as strong as every! constantly moving and working people making profit might be dying but that is because everyone is trying to get rich quick!
 

Anthony23

Recruit
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85
I am not quite sure what exactly does it means “slowly dying”. This is the largest market in the whole world and there is increasing number of traders who are entering this market
 

Shalirad

Private, 1st Class
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63
Any business has periods when it is not in demand or is undergoing some structural changes. But I do not agree that forex is dying and that it will not exist tomorrow. On the contrary, in comparison with all other directions on the market Forex is one of the most profitable, where even the smallest capital can bring profit to its owner. Maybe some decline is caused by the fact that now in this business comes less people, because some prefer passive ways of earning. But those who have been here for at least a few years and earn steadily will not give up this pleasure and freedom, which is provided by forex.
 

fxoday

Corporal
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79
I think one advantage forex is market open 24 hours 5 days a week, good option as part-time business only, while you still can work in daily basis, and then after rest in the home, we can take our laptop then turn on to monitoring the market, if there is good opportunity then take action to speculate, because as trader actually only as one small speculator in currency pair
 
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