Brank_A posted: The reason people fail is because they don't have a concrete trading plan.
There are instances when there are failures due to trader’s own negligence but they learn from those mistakes. Planning can reduce the risk but it’s not a sure thing that every trade goes according to the strategy.
A home is built on a strong foundation and every trading journey starts from the solid plan. I think another reason (besides not having a trading plan) why newbies fail in the markets is due to unrealistic expectations. They think just opening an account with a broker will reap benefits which is not possible even in the fairy tales.
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