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Shalilbine

Member Since Jan 05, 2020  12 posts Shalilbine Aug 28 at 12:36
Well, such several unsuccessful beginners can be explained by a non-serious attitude to trading. They saw an advertisement where they are told how easy it is to trade, and they start trading with the idea that it is easy and does not require any effort. Then they realize that it is difficult, and they are not able to deal efficiently, and they quit trading.

EbonyJones

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  167 posts EbonyJones Sep 02 at 18:57
Most of the traders lose their money because of their low knowledge and wrong strategy. If you can make a good strategy, you can become rich.

GeorgeBischof

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  231 posts GeorgeBischof Sep 03 at 17:46
Choosing a wrong broker can be the cause of loosing money. many traders lose their money everyday because of their wrong brokers. So, be careful when you are going to choose a broker for you.

Darkwarden

Member Since May 13, 2019  18 posts Darkwarden Sep 07 at 16:57
I believe that such a large number of failed traders is due to the fact that newcomers are very greedy and take trading as a casino, not realizing that it is a structured system in which the experience and skills play a significant role. One should understand that nothing is easy, and one should make a lot of effort in any profession, including trading.

LeviSievwright5

Member Since Jul 20, 2020  162 posts LeviSievwright5 Sep 08 at 01:41
Every trader should be patient. And trading should be done according to discipline at all times. Without discipline, it is never possible to make a profit in trading. The chances of loss are less if you trade with patience and discipline. Most traders lose because they have less patience and try to make a profit without learning anything. You have to give up greed all the time in trading.

Hillartrading

Member Since Sep 08, 2020  22 posts Hillartrading Sep 21 at 10:22
Lack of trading discipline is one of the main reasons why traders lose.

russellgutierrez

Member Since Jun 03, 2020  27 posts Russel Gutierrez (russellgutierrez) Oct 08 at 10:42
Majority of the people lose because they are not willing to learn the dynamics of trading fully, and want to jump into the action. They then have to bite the dust. It’s very important to learn all there is to trading, even if it takes a whole year, and then invest real money.

Shelby10

Member Since Jul 15, 2020  100 posts Shelby10 Oct 08 at 18:37
Choosing the wrong broker is the main reason to lose the money.

Fxg54

Member Since Feb 27, 2020  131 posts Fxg54 Oct 08 at 19:58
Before opening a live account you would need to study and practice a lot. Try a demo account in order to make all mistakes there. Treat demo account as you would a live account.

shuaisu

Member Since Jan 12, 2010  14 posts Pivotfx (shuaisu) Oct 08 at 20:05
lack of discipline is definitely a cause for failure. you can use any trading system to profit, but no system is golden grill. when traders experience a stream of losses, they deviate from strategy and lose.

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