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    It’s sad that people consider trading as Casino or gambling where that’s far from reality. I am working with FMbinary.com broker and I have learned really amazing things from their education program and I believe everyone who consider trading whether it’s in Stock/Forex or Binary market as gambling should learn, as everything is explained here perfectly and if we learn it with right attitude then we could be making some serious money out of it which is why I love it.

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    Stock market is a real gamble...you cannot predict how stock prices will fluctuate in the near or longer term. But at the same time returns obtained from the market are higher...investing in upcoming ipos can be advantageous as investors may look forward in investing them if the company has a high potential

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    Sorry to say that I am not agree that stocks is gambling or casino. In casino you depends on luck but in stocks you can not and you can only win in stocks if you have proper knowledge and strategy because stocks has its own rule and you can not overcome these rules and regulations.


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    yes... we cant predict in stock market that we will gain guaranteed this much amount because stock market is always fluctuating

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    I'll compare the stock market to a pyramid scheme, not a casino. The bubble has been growing for a long time and you can invest and rejoice as your investment increases. But no one knows when the bubble will burst and investors ' money will burn.

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    Of course trading is totally different from gambling, because it requires a lot of practice, learning, skills and many other resources that offers you the right conditions to learn everything about this. Gambling is usually based on luck, you just find an online casino on the internet, you can register with no ID needed, deposit an amount of money and jsut play until you're getting tired. But trading is knowledge, if you know everything about the stock market, you have all chances to make good money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demixl View Post
    Of course trading is totally different from gambling, because it requires a lot of practice, learning, skills and many other resources that offers you the right conditions to learn everything about this. Gambling is usually based on luck, you just find an online casino on the internet, you can register with no ID needed, deposit an amount of money and jsut play until you're getting tired. But trading is knowledge, if you know everything about the stock market, you have all chances to make good money.
    What kind of no ID needed platforms? I became pretty interested in this.

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