Meet the new winners of our Rally Trade and Drag Trade contests. In their interviews, they give advice to beginners. Artur Tochilin recommends to learn and show resolve at conquering the market, Kakiay Jhonson underlines the importance of having the patience for beginners, while Vladimir Gladun is certain that you shouldn’t listen to the other people’s advice. Read the interview and decide whom do you agree with.
Artur Tochilin, Russia, the winner of 212th round of Rally Trade, received $500 no-deposit bonus
“I’m 33 and I’ve been seriously trading for more than seven years. I learned everything myself, I read books, forums and mastered the built-in analysis tools in the terminal. The most important thing is to understand the chart and make decisions quickly. My advice to beginners is to show resolve, learn and gain experience. I prefer short-term trading and don’t usually hold positions for too long. I use Bollinger bands, moving averages, draw trend lines and channels. I look for a broker with a good reputation, pay attention to trading conditions offered and spreads for the instruments I’m interested in. I’ve been participating in Rally Trade for quite some time, I was close to victory several times, but I never won. This time luck was on my side, I was ready to close the terminal when the dollar spiked and I won.”
Kakiay Jhonson, Indonesia, the winner of 405th round of Drag Trade, received real $200
“I’ve been trading for three years. I follow trends and use Bulls Power and Bears Power indicators. My favorite instruments are EUR/USD and gold. Having the patience to wait for the intended profit is the hardest part in trading. All beginners should learn this. I like the variety of contests and promotions at Grand Capital. It’s a great opportunity to develop your skills and compete for the prize. I decided to enter Drag Trade to earn funds for trading on a real account.”
Vladimir Gladun, Kazakhstan, the winner of 213th round of Rally Trade, received $500 no-deposit bonus
“I’m 65 and I’m retired. I learned about Forex 20 years ago when the first dealing centers opened in my town. I graduated from trading courses, but due to the circumstances, I wasn’t able to start trading right then. About 10 years ago I bought my first computer and have been trading ever since. Though not on a regular basis. I don’t have any clear preferences when it comes to particular instruments, but I like highly volatile currency pairs. I use my own indicators in trading and don’t follow ready strategies. Beginners shouldn’t listen to the other people’s advice. I usually trust my hunches when choosing brokers, and then I check their reliability. I like that Grand Capital contests are suitable for short-term trading, they last from one hour to a week. This time there wasn’t anything ambiguous about my victory in Rally Trade, I gained $53,000 right away and left my competitors far behind. Then I stopped really trading and just controlled the closest opponents.”
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