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Member Since Apr 25, 2020  66 posts Kazile Aug 27 at 05:50
Losing is really very annoying, but you need to treat it as an integral part of trading.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  109 posts UweMoench Aug 28 at 05:24
Loss is a part of any business. Trading is not exception to it. You have to learn how to minimize your loss. Treat any loss as your operating cost. If it was a physical business, you would have many more fixed cost and operational cost. By this way you can get less pain when will lose a trade.


Member Since Sep 30, 2020  10 posts Adampeterson Oct 07 at 08:21
Creating and trading through a demo account should be the first step when you decide to become a trader. You could learn valuable strategies and apply them on a demo account. Only when you are fully confident on this platform, even if it takes as long as 6 months, should you start trading live.


Member Since Aug 09, 2017  501 posts Imamul Oct 08 at 06:33
from last couple of weeks i am doing loss during news ,
its not general loss , actually news trading is a tough game from all in this trading place.


Member Since Jan 11, 2019  48 posts Gracewilson1995 Oct 08 at 09:17
Kazile posted:
Losing is really very annoying, but you need to treat it as an integral part of trading.

Undoubtedly losing is annoying but forex is very volatile market and one has to prepare themselves to bear losses as well


Member Since Jun 22, 2020  32 posts Miguelfabian Oct 16 at 12:15
True, it is certainly not possible to trade without losing every now and then.


Member Since Jul 20, 2020  147 posts ElliotCooke Oct 17 at 19:07
Loss is a common thing in the forex market. If you want to become successful in the forex market, You have to make deal with the losses.

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