The fear of losing opportunity is very dangerous. All newbies have this fear. When markets moves a lot in a certain direction, they become restless by thinking they are losing an opportunity of making money. As a result they try to open trade even if their system shows no signal, and they open trade and lose the money.
If you are a day trader it's not possible to make pips everyday. In some days you won't get any trades. You have to sit on sideline bench. If you want to keep a goals make it 3 months 6 months or yearly goals.
Controlling your emotions is the biggest strength that helps you in your trading journey. If you can control your emotions, you can do anything. And if you can’t, you won’t be able to make profitable decisions.
UweMoench posted: The fear of losing opportunity is very dangerous. All newbies have this fear. When markets moves a lot in a certain direction, they become restless by thinking they are losing an opportunity of making money. As a result they try to open trade even if their system shows no signal, and they open trade and lose the money.
Really important to match your trading style with mindset. If youre that way inclined be a scalper
There's one golden investment rule that you should always keep in mind: Never invest money that you can't afford to lose. This rule will help you to overcome the fear of losing opportunity and enhance your confidence in trading.
Tremblay posted: If you are new in this market, you have to be very careful when you are going to trade. You need to make a good plan to make money from this market. A wrong decision can put you in great danger.
True. New traders should trade safely. Most of time new traders lose money in the market.
AliaDare posted: If you are scared after entering the trade, the chances of loss are much higher. So you have to overcome the fear and participate in the trade.
I agree. FOMO is a common thing we experience but over the time I have learnt that in forex one can't survive by being fearful. Confidence and faith is what will help you tap the opportunity on the right time.
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