No way to avoid your statement but we need to follow our good emotions and need to learn the tricks of controlling bad emotions.
I think, in this case: meditation & yoga is much helpful! Even I see, pro traders are very much active on meditation.
I agree with you. I've found that meditation to be helpful in controlling my own emotional state. Not just in trading, but in life in general. Automation of ones trading strategy for those things which can be automated is also a massive help as well.
Really, meditation helps me a lot! But, in my early stage of mediation I missed out the reason of it; but now I have it.
i so agree, when i started meditation i always felt what the fuss is about? but i never stopped, and now i know. yoga and meditation help me a lot to control my emotional side.
Personally I beleive in meditation and I do regularly it helps a lot to maintain the focus in personality but keeping emotions in control is something spontiniously sometimes in trading so keep an eye on the market don't rush on making decissions and taking steps.
Emotional conditions are different for each of us. Some people can keep calm and trade in red, some, like me, worry about every failure. It is really important to accept the fact about your personality and note whether you need to train or not.
When I joined this market place I took it as a casino and tried to make money very quickly . as a result fallen a great loss due to lack of exact trading knowledge , it would be great if we take this market place as professional things. Otherwise we will be loser.
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