Good luck with your trading journey. Find yourself a good mentor if possible, learn from somebody who has been trading FX markets for a number of years and has a decent track record. That should accelerate your learning process exponentially. However, finding somebody willing to teach you will not be easy... so you might consider analysing a successful trader's past trades and then start to build your own strategy around theirs.
Hi there, welcome to the market. Since how long have you been trading? Scalping is opted by many beginners because apparently the concept sounds easy but to make consistent profits from scalping, you need to be professional and quick in making right trading decisions.
Hello and welcome to the forum. It will be great if you can share about your experience as a scalper. It is a tricky strategy and requires great timing and many new traders will be curious to know about it.
I would advise to stay away from scalping as a new trader and stick to bigger time frames like the daily or 4-hour charts. That way you have more time to get used to the way markets move and it will be a lot less stressful than needing to watch the screen all the time.
It is very difficult to make consistent profits through scalping and you'll need to find a broker with zero spreads to really make it pay. Pepperstone's "Razor" accounts are quite good for this.
But I'd still stick with the daily if you're new to trading FX. You can work down to smaller time frames as you become more proficient.