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Dmitri Chavkerov of Forex Peace Army Advises Traders Not to Abandon a Trading System Before Making at Least One Forex Baby with It

NORTH PORT, Fla., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dmitri Chavkerov, the President of Forex Peace Army advises traders not to abandon or lose hope in a trading system before making at least 50 trades with it, which Dmitri Chavkerov calls one forex baby. 



Dmitri Chavkerov is a well-known forex trader who has come up with some of the best strategies and techniques related to forex trading that have been helping traders for many years now. He believes that it is important to stay focused and committed to a particular forex trading system and to never abandon it without making at least 50 trades with it, in other words, creating at least one forex baby with it first.

"The two primary powers in the Universe are focus and power," says Forex Peace Army President Dmitri Chavkerov.

"Look at your own body. How was it created? Your father provided focused blueprint through his sperm, and your mother provided power to that blueprint, by growing it in her womb for around 9 months. Now imagine if there was this particular 'new age' woman that really believed in herself, and she said: 'I want a baby, but the reason other mothers have to carry their babies in the womb for 9 months is because they don't believe that they could do it faster. I believe that I only need 2 months to produce a baby, and because I believe that, it will happen!'" says Dmitri Chavkerov of Forex Peace Army.

"So this woman gets pregnant, and she is very disappointed, because after 2 months, she doesn't have a ready baby. So she says: 'I really did everything right! I believed in myself, but it was the wrong sperm. I simply got pregnant from the wrong guy, let me abort this baby, and give it another try.' So she goes and does an abortion, and gets pregnant from another guy, who seems a bit more 'new age' and more believing in himself than the previous guy, but the same thing happens. So the woman keeps doing the same thing over and over again. If you met such woman, would you think that she is a bit psycho or what?" asks Dmitri Chavkerov, President of Forex Peace Army.

Dmitri Chavkerov of Forex Peace Army has been providing traders worldwide with effective techniques and strategies that enable them to gain an advantageous position in the forex trading space. He believes that consistency and focus is important for traders to see success.

"Most traders take someone else's forex sperm, place a few trades with it, get frustrated, and abort their forex baby that didn't even get a chance to form yet. They are like those psycho women that we just discussed," says Dmitri Chavkerov, Chief of Forex Peace Army.

Dmitri Chavkerov came up with a forex trading system called Diamonds Forex Trading System that happened to be a blueprint for a forex baby. The traders need to use this system on at least 50 economic indicators and should keep the record of the progress in a journal.

"Take a note in the journal how much time you spent on watching each economic report, which one gave no trade, which gave a winning trade, and which gave a losing trade, and how much you won or lost. You need to trade with consistent amount of money, so that the monetary results of each trade are consistent," says Dmitri Chavkerov, CEO of Forex Peace Army.

Dmitri Chavkerov believes that many traders fail in forex because they are bad mothers to their forex babies. To become a good mother to forex baby, it is important to be patient, focused and place at least 50 trades to create the baby.

"I've produced more than 10 babies with the diamonds forex trading system, meaning that I have traded more than 500 economic indicators with it. Because I was actually participating in the forex game, and wasn't just reading how to trade and waiting on the sidelines, I also got many other trading ideas, simply from being in the game. Some of these ideas, I still use," says Dmitri Chavkerov of Forex Peace Army.

Forex Peace Army is a renowned forex trading information portal that provides traders with rational and successful strategies for becoming efficient traders. Forex Peace Army has been operating effectively for 8 years now.

SOURCE Forex Peace Army

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