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Are you afraid to lose your trade?
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45656

Member Since Jun 29, 2019  62 posts 45656 Oct 20 at 06:32
Trading fear sneaks its way in once you put on an exchange with your genuine money and watch it vacillate. For the most part, you feel energized and uncertain, and prepared to close or change your exchange at any moment. This is the place the trading botches start. Keeping your exchanges little will help you to remain above water while figuring out how to move this new issue. A trader ought to be sure constantly. What's more, certainty originates from information. The more you obtain the more you wind up plainly fearless.

Georg1o

Member Since Oct 20, 2019  3 posts Georg1o Oct 20 at 17:40
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1134 posts Professional4X Oct 21 at 20:35
45656 posted:
Trading fear sneaks its way in once you put on an exchange with your genuine money and watch it vacillate. For the most part, you feel energized and uncertain, and prepared to close or change your exchange at any moment. This is the place the trading botches start. Keeping your exchanges little will help you to remain above water while figuring out how to move this new issue. A trader ought to be sure constantly. What's more, certainty originates from information. The more you obtain the more you wind up plainly fearless.



Automate control of the account whenever possible.This reduces emotion based trading. Emotions have NO place in making trading decisions.

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1134 posts Professional4X Oct 21 at 20:35
Georg1o posted:
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.


Trades go bad sometimes, this is the nature of trading.
It's how we manage those losses which will determine if we can become profitable or not.

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
AmDiab

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  590 posts AmDiab Oct 22 at 09:12
Professional4X posted:
Georg1o posted:
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.


Trades go bad sometimes, this is the nature of trading.
It's how we manage those losses which will determine if we can become profitable or not.


True; it’s decentralized market, this is why Forex is all about the probabilities. In addition, that’s the reason why we need to use the SL tool.

Johny_tr

Member Since Oct 19, 2019  15 posts Johny_tr Oct 22 at 10:58
45656 posted:
Trading fear sneaks its way in once you put on an exchange with your genuine money and watch it vacillate. For the most part, you feel energized and uncertain, and prepared to close or change your exchange at any moment. This is the place the trading botches start. Keeping your exchanges little will help you to remain above water while figuring out how to move this new issue. A trader ought to be sure constantly. What's more, certainty originates from information. The more you obtain the more you wind up plainly fearless.


Trading fear is in every trader. Its just that some are able to handle it well and others aren’t.

AlexLabro

Member Since Oct 17, 2019  10 posts Alex (AlexLabro) Oct 22 at 11:12
Georg1o posted:
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.


Sometimes fear helps reduce losses as I think.

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1134 posts Professional4X Oct 22 at 22:10
AlexLabro posted:
Georg1o posted:
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.


Sometimes fear helps reduce losses as I think.


And sometimes it causes Revenge Trading and blown accounts.

To allow ones trading to be guided by emotions is absurd and shows a complete disregard for realistic risk management.

Emotions have NO PLACE in trading.


If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
peter_fx

Member Since Oct 19, 2019  11 posts peter_fx Oct 24 at 09:48
AlexLabro posted:
Georg1o posted:
Who isn't? No one likes to lose money, no matter the sum.


Sometimes fear helps reduce losses as I think.


Sometimes yes, but otherwise most of the times, fear causes you to panic and thus, increase your losses.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Oct 26 at 11:27
No; but that doesn’t mean; I like to lose my trade! I know the realty of Forex quite well; this is why, I am not expecting here 100% profit ratio.

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