most welcome in this community , you are very young , i hope you will enjoy the environment with great level of learning. happy trading and good luck. just feel free to ask any question you need to know
Emotion plays the important role in trading. Not just newbie most traders do not have emotional stability when it comes to trading. Fear and greed overpowers them. That's why it's very important to learn how to control emotions..
There is some misconception among new traders. They think within 3 to 6 months they can be enough skilled to make to money by trading. They are not willing to give time in learning. They are in hurry. As a result they lose years after years. And what they learn? Nothing!
Yes greedy is an enemy that comes from own selves, this is dangerous in trading forex because the risk in forex is so high, if make a comparison between risk and potential return, is about risk higher one percent because cost spread broker, so choosing a broker that offers low spread us more preferable and also choosing pair that low spread is giving more advantage
Greed is very bad for every trader and beginner because forex trading is a greedy and risky business, so if you want to be successful or earn profit in forex trading market, you must control emotions and greed so that you can earn more profits quickly.
It’s difficult to not feel greedy, although I always lean more towards anxiety, which kind of keeps me grounded because I don’t want to risk as much. Either way I think it’s necessary for traders to learn how to be as emotionless as possible.
Greediness is inherent to beginners mainly because they don't know in details how does the mechanism of trading work, so that's why they always waste lots of money and decide that they can't be successful in this activity. I believe that it's the very first mistake of traders. You should always trust yourself and believe in yourself. Emotions is also the same problem as greediness, because novices neglect emotions control just because they don't believe that it matters in trading. So, in my opinion, traders, who want to start trading activity, should always be acuinted with fundamental trading tips.
Greed is the biggest enemy of a trader and it is very important to control this visceral emotion. Greed often incites a trader to over trade. I believe that the traders who are able to stick to their trading plan are less prone to suffer greediness.
Greedy is like an enemy that appears from own minds, usually, traders want to make big profits in a short time by increasing lot size, or open multiple orders without pay attention to the risk involved, usually, the result of greed only will leading trader fall in regret, because often greedy making big loss in trading and if faced stop out account hence will losing opportunity to make new trades
FXOday posted: Greedy is like an enemy that appears from own minds, usually, traders want to make big profits in a short time by increasing lot size, or open multiple orders without pay attention to the risk involved, usually, the result of greed only will leading trader fall in regret, because often greedy making big loss in trading and if faced stop out account hence will losing opportunity to make new trades
So true. Like so many people have been up 10/20% and they want it all and they want it all yesterday instead of being happy. Thats why a small account is harder to trade because the gains are small like 50/100/200 when the trader wants 1/2/10k profit
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