Neural networks inverse problems
The reason that money management is so important with Forex trading is because a small loss requires a larger gain in order to recoup. For example, if you lose 25% of your equity, you would need to gain 33% of your equity just to recoup the loss. If you lose 50% of your equity, then you would need to gain 100% of your equity just to recoup the loss! By the time you have lost 75% of your equity, you would need a 400% return in order to recoup your losses. Despite the reality of this situation, it is common for traders to ignore money management techniques and lose their entire Forex profits in a few bad trades.
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