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Are you afraid to lose your trade?
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Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  739 posts Adribaasmet Oct 26 at 15:04
peter_fx posted:
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.


True; even it brings more plans in human brain. I think, practice is the best medicine on the fear!

Baazex

Member Since Oct 24, 2019  45 posts Baazex Nov 28 at 11:43
Any how you have to cope up with your fair as sometime the fear makes a trader loose his great trading moves some time it really effect on a traders health and all of the above if a trader wants to achieve his goals in trading business he has to cope up with this fear
otherwise trading is not a suitable profession for him.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Nov 29 at 07:06
Baazex posted:
Any how you have to cope up with your fair as sometime the fear makes a trader loose his great trading moves some time it really effect on a traders health and all of the above if a trader wants to achieve his goals in trading business he has to cope up with this fear
otherwise trading is not a suitable profession for him.


Very logical point; this is why I recommend meditation practice! It helps a lot to build a professional brain!

downtown

Member Since Nov 08, 2019  13 posts downtown Nov 29 at 10:09
At first, I used to be scared about losing my money. But as the time goes by, I started taking realize what the mistakes were made, what lessons were learned, how to avoid making mistake again. Gradually improving helps the fear to go away.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  739 posts Adribaasmet Nov 29 at 13:22
downtown posted:
At first, I used to be scared about losing my money. But as the time goes by, I started taking realize what the mistakes were made, what lessons were learned, how to avoid making mistake again. Gradually improving helps the fear to go away.


I think, if you are following the rules of money management so keenly; there is no need to stop.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Nov 30 at 07:15
downtown posted:
At first, I used to be scared about losing my money. But as the time goes by, I started taking realize what the mistakes were made, what lessons were learned, how to avoid making mistake again. Gradually improving helps the fear to go away.


That’s the attitude we traders need; focusing on the process is the key instead of focusing on the loss or profit!

Malokelv

Member Since Apr 27, 2019  4 posts Malokelv (Malokelv) Dec 02 at 17:42
Of course I am. But I never let my fears to overshadow my mind. I know that I'm on top cause I'm a good trader, so even if I lose, I'll always return everything back. Uncertainty is the worst thing and everyone need just get rid of it...

Baazex

Member Since Oct 24, 2019  45 posts Baazex Dec 04 at 10:13
AniLorak posted:
Baazex posted:
Any how you have to cope up with your fear as sometime the fear makes a trader loose his great trading moves some time it really effect on a traders health and all of the above if a trader wants to achieve his goals in trading business he has to cope up with this fear
otherwise trading is not a suitable profession for him.


Very logical point; this is why I recommend meditation practice! It helps a lot to build a professional brain!



Yes, Meditation helps a lot but coping up with the actual fear and deciding either you are happy doing this job or not

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