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- December 29, 2022 at 4:53 am #30745emmanewmanNew MemberJoin Date: Nov 2022Posts: 5Offline
It's hard to say how it will affect you. Start first, get a profit for at least a few months in a row, then you'll understand from your budget how it'll affect TDIU and taxes. If it'll be a non-permanent income, then it isn't profitable, especially if you don't have a safety cushion. Forex, as a whole, isn't an easy thing to do. It's hard not to get discouraged when you lose profits. When I started, I made a huge mistake, I failed to take into account the time factor, which I read in an article about forex market time, and I invested more than I should have done the first time. I've abandoned it for a while, and now I'm considering resuming it. Hope I'll be lucky.