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Is Forex A Zero-Sum Game ?

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kkakaciulo: Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes...

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kkakaciulo saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:46am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

hasulescu saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:46am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

lombelo392 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:46am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

mmaricik saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:46am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

johnnyyo490 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:49am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

vlasulik saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:52am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

sandelsandel306 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:52am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

bbarosane saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:52am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

mayyya116 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:52am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

johnion17 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:52am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

wwwro58 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

trilulilu43 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

romaniaspania27 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

radiozu29 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

taleaapa saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

alina_ta69 saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

kina.town saved this page on 04/14/2012 01:57am

Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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Less than half of the money put in the market exit as income (profit). Trading seems not to be a zero-sum game. The rest, more than half, exit as spreads, swap, different taxes, etc. Zero-sum game is the wording that brokers use to attract dupes in the game. It is based on the fact that each one deems himself to be smarter than average, so he/she might be a winner on a long term from a zero-sum game. On a short term, each of us may win casually, but on a long term (from thousands of attempts, at least), the smarter one (with a better strategy, knowledge of probabilities,etc.) will win, and gain the exact sum of money the other one is losing. The sum is void, zero. But, Forex is not a zero-sum game. The ones that are winning, do so for about 45%-50% of the losses. Sometimes, even less. The rest are different taxes, interests, and spreads. Those money left on the table ensures the survival of the system. Those money pay for all that are involved, brokers, bankers, market-makers, finance-

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