It depends on a number of factors and you may become successful or you may not. Having a sound methodology is obviously crucial to long-term success but your personal circumstances and psychology will also play a role in whether or not you make it as a trader. If you have a decent bankroll and can afford to sit there every day and study the markets, the odds are much better than if you are working a normal job from 9 to 5 and trying to trade sporadically every couple of days or trying to trade overnight in some thin market which offers little opportunity. I’m not saying you can’t learn to trade while also working a normal job. I’m saying the learning process is obviously going to take more time. In addition, I can help you understand when you should and shouldn’t be involved but I cannot prevent you from clicking the mouse when you’re bored. Knowing when to stay out is as important as knowing when to fire.