there is no one in this market place who can avoid losses despite of having good knowledge and experience , so we have to except this easily , always we should remember that a losses gives us a great lesson that profit cant.
If the loss is caused by fear and greed or other psy problems, then this will not affect the exp in any way, but will lead to large losses in the future. If the loss is the result of a mistake in market analysis or an e.g. wrong risk calc, then this can be corrected.
Mohammadi posted: 95% loser, I am not agree. I think only 70-80% are failing in this business , actually loss is an inevitable in Forex trading but loss comes when we trade blindly and without having knowledge , experience and skill, otherwise Forex is a lucrative business if we will do it with proper planning and strategy.
You might be right, we don't know the exact statistics, but I don't think the 95% is unrealistic, if we take into account that many people try trading but then abandon it after the first series of disappointments.
The Forex market is a very volatile market, it deals with a high volume of transactions hence the fear of losses will definitely exist. But if you can control your emotions, you can surely minimize loss and make profit. Try to use an expert advisor to prevent losses. Don’t use too much leverage initially. Although a bit of fear is good as it prevents you from making wrong decisions.
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