In FundedNext “Meet the Traders” interview series, they introduced Ibrahim Abdullah. He is an exceptional individual who made a remarkable transition from studying Civil Engineering to becoming a full-time forex trader.
Hailing from Nigeria, Ibrahim has honed his trading skills and specializes in forex pairs, gold, and US30, with a focus on the London session. He credits his success to his discipline and patience, as well as his ability to manage risk effectively. Ibrahim also emphasizes the importance of having a trading plan. He also shared that sticking to the plan while continuously learning and adapting to market conditions.
FundedNext Meet the Traders Episode
Ibrahim employs a pullback strategy, patiently waiting for price retracements to enter trades, boasting an impressive 55% win rate. He emphasizes the importance of skill development, rigorous backtesting, and starting with small live accounts to gain valuable experience. Join FundedNext for an inspiring conversation with Ibrahim Abdullah. He shares his journey and invaluable insights, providing aspiring traders with the keys to achieving success in the ever-evolving world of forex trading.
During the interview, Ibrahim also discusses the importance of risk management and how he uses stop-loss orders to limit potential losses. He also shares his thoughts and advice for beginners. Watch the full video:
About the Firm
Traders at FundedNext are encouraged to become successful in their trading careers. The main priority that they expect from their clients is that they are disciplined individuals who properly manage risk and focus on long-term consistency. This can be seen through the scaling plan they offer, with a massive cap of $4,000,000. Traders are eligible to profit splits of 60% up to 90%, depending on their chosen funding program option. They can achieve these profits by trading forex pairs, commodities, and indices.
Their headquarters are located in the United Arab Emirates at the following address: AI Robotics HUB, C1 Building, AFZ, Ajman, United Arab Emirates.