Can you make money by short term trading?

Have you made money by short term/intraday trading?

  • Yes

    Votes: 29 76.3%
  • No

    Votes: 9 23.7%

  • Total voters
    38

siyalikashyap

Stop overthnkng.U cant control evrythng, Be it
#42
Certainly, achieving profits in short-term trading becomes attainable when armed with the right strategy and a deep understanding of risk management
 
#45
The allure of making money through short-term trading is certainly appealing, but it's important to approach it with caution. While some traders find success in short-term strategies, it's crucial to remember the inherent risks involved. Market volatility and fluctuations can lead to significant gains or losses, depending on various factors.
 
#46
The allure of making money through short-term trading is certainly appealing, but it's important to approach it with caution. While some traders find success in short-term strategies, it's crucial to remember the inherent risks involved. Market volatility and fluctuations can lead to significant gains or losses, depending on various factors.
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#49
The answer is yes. But you can lose money as well since it is pretty risky. Besides, no one knows your financial goal and risk tolerance. As long as you win in a trade, I think a win is a win no matter how much you actually get.
 
#50
The allure of making money through short-term trading is certainly appealing, but it's important to approach it with caution. While some traders find success in short-term strategies, it's crucial to remember the inherent risks involved. Market volatility and fluctuations can lead to significant gains or losses, depending on various factors.
couldn't agree more! Short-term trading can be exciting, but it's definitely risky. It's important to stay cautious and be aware of the market's ups and downs.
 

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