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NBlau
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I am planning to invest in the Forex market this coming this year, but I want to know whether I will do it in short term or long term.

As I have read in Short term is giving focus that security's price will decline and then bought back at a lower price to make a profit. While long term is about buying a commodity expecting that in the long term it will rise.

But I want to ask for those who are experienced, which is better?
Post Thu Apr 13, 2017 2:28 am
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michaelbronislav
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in my case, i already have long term investment plans for retirement. but i also invest short term

if you look at popular investment websites and journals, long-term investments seem to get all the attention. But it doesn’t have to be that way because [ can also have the desired impact. however, short term have this downside of Low risk Low return....
Post Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:07 am
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Contributing is not for here and now. Contributing is for long haul. In the event that you attempt to make a decent return in the transient you'll as a rule end up losing cash. In the event that you need to stop your cash for 5-8 months then you can do a short CD or only a plain ol' currency advertise account.
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