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Traders Can Calculate Luck vs Skill Factor Using T-Statistic


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Dear traders,

You might be wondering if it is possible to know whether your trading performance is based on luck or skill? How do you know if your strategy is really doing that well or whether your trade setups were just a mere chanc

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The S&P

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What is the NFP and How to Trade It


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Top 16 Mistakes That You Must Avoid When Trading Forex & CFDs


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Many traders tend to neglect, both consciously and unconsciously, the risk aspect of trading and focus primarily on the reward side.

They ask questions, such as how many pips a system can generate on the average and

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