Over-trading is a very harmful

Feb 02, 2021 at 11:05
44 Replies
Member Since Sep 14, 2021   9 posts
Sep 22, 2021 at 11:53
Some traders set a limit of X traders per day max and stick to it. I imagine this helpful for those that over trader a lot
Member Since Sep 05, 2020   13 posts
Sep 25, 2021 at 16:01
Overtrading is such a thing which traders always face. There is no difference whether you're a professional trader or a rookie, all types of traders can be susceptible to overtrading. The main matter here is personal relation of traders to trading. Some traders, who tend to earn as much as they can, are susceptible to overatrding more, because they unwisely distribute their resources such as power and time. I believe that it's quite a spread issue in trading community and there are some ways how to get rid of overtrading. Traders should comply with working and relaxing regimes in order to let their organisms relax from trading.
Member Since Sep 10, 2021   20 posts
Sep 28, 2021 at 06:13
Overtrading is one of the most common and costly bad habits of traders. It’s sometimes assumed that the more you trade, the more you make. However, it is not true as trading is a game of patience.
Member Since Feb 08, 2019   57 posts
Sep 28, 2021 at 10:02
over enthusiam when people start trading usually.

It is why i prefer mechanical trading style to remove emotion as far as possible
Member Since Jul 27, 2021   20 posts
Sep 28, 2021 at 11:14
Automation of trading and scheduling of trading sessions excludes the possibility of overload. If you trade during a trading session that starts at night, then you will have to use a EA to sleep on time, or change your working day. Overtrading is profitable if you practice such a brainstorm periodically, during key market events. But don't do that 24/7.
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