My advice is to always know when you want to enter the market. That is, your trades should not be spontaneous and the decision should not be made in a hurry. Remember that if your plane is already taking off, then there is no point in catching up with it by car (unless of course you are Vin Diesel).
Yes, in every trader will open entry, the trader need a reason why they open entry, not only because fear of missing out, but based on trading rules their trading system, if trading based indicator before make new entry make sure if indicator really confirmed new signal, if not yet get the signal don't trade, this is way to learn how to keep discipline
It is very important to be aware of how you are trading. Money used in trades depends on your income, as well as how you decide to manage it in terms fo the various trades. The general rule is to stick to a percentage, such as 2% as you said , of the capital you have when trading. So a plan is important in these cases as it helps you keep better track of wht you intend to do.
Akasuki posted: @FirstHero Yes traders should have plans and checklists to enter into the market. If the market doesn't match with the checklists, do not enter into the market.
The trading system must be configured to build this trading plan. I see that many traders try to adhere to a trading strategy, I mean, they use different methods of technical analysis, but their trades are spontaneous and based on hasty conclusions.
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