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90% are loser ..why ?

edwardddking (edwardddking)
Dec 15 2019 at 06:44
7 posts
Poor education. 99.9% that is free is . Poor mentors. You can't do well when you don't know what you're looking for. They're not persistent : most of them don't even trade for 3 months because they lose the entire stack ->>> They take BIG risk ! They don't have risk management, a beginner SHOULD NOT risk more than 0.5% per trade! They look at it as a get rich over night thing, this is what social media made out of it, they're impatient. You have to submit the time. A few years. Slow and steady wins the race, they go for the home-runs.

Mohammadi
Dec 17 2019 at 06:16
886 posts
Loss is an inevitable part of trading there is nobody who can avoid it completely; mostly loss occurs due to lack of exact money management plan as well non-skill trading knowledge. So, for avoiding loss we have to focus on there.

feelsofine
Dec 18 2019 at 11:33
51 posts
Yes I agree, but i wouldn't call them losers. Just newbie atleast...most of the new traders started with low knowledge or no proper education when it comes to trading so it is certain that they will make the losses…but when they learn, then they will get better in time like most of the pro traders out there.

kraken56 (kraken56)
Dec 18 2019 at 18:22
3 posts
because it is human nature, mostly born to be loser.

villaintrader
Dec 18 2019 at 19:59
14 posts
The market moves against the direction of where the dumb money is placed (the retail guys). And retail guys can't let losses go. Instead, they average down in most instances. Only making it easier for the market maker to liquidate the account.

richard2
Dec 21 2019 at 07:54
38 posts
feelsofine posted:
Yes I agree, but i wouldn't call them losers. Just newbie atleast...most of the new traders started with low knowledge or no proper education when it comes to trading so it is certain that they will make the losses…but when they learn, then they will get better in time like most of the pro traders out there.


True. We can’t call them losers. Newbies are in their learning phase. Gaining success in fx trading takes time. For some it may take years to become experienced. So one has to be extremely patient and positive.

Jonny87
Dec 26 2019 at 19:28
34 posts
Loss is the part and parcel of forex market. Every trader wants to reduce their losses. If you want to reduce your losses you need to study more and more about forex market. Basically new traders are not serious about the losses. To reduce the losses every traders need to make a plan and walk through that plan.

ProfitableRisks (ProfitableRisks)
Dec 27 2019 at 01:14
38 posts
edwardddking posted:
Poor education. 99.9% that is free is . Poor mentors. You can't do well when you don't know what you're looking for. They're not persistent : most of them don't even trade for 3 months because they lose the entire stack ->>> They take BIG risk ! They don't have risk management, a beginner SHOULD NOT risk more than 0.5% per trade! They look at it as a get rich over night thing, this is what social media made out of it, they're impatient. You have to submit the time. A few years. Slow and steady wins the race, they go for the home-runs.

You spoke the fact

JaniceLiu
Dec 31 2019 at 03:44
17 posts
feelsofine posted:
Yes I agree, but i wouldn't call them losers. Just newbie atleast...most of the new traders started with low knowledge or no proper education when it comes to trading so it is certain that they will make the losses…but when they learn, then they will get better in time like most of the pro traders out there.


yeah agree with you. everyone started from a beginner.

Thetafyn
Apr 18 2020 at 15:22
12 posts
They think it's all big game and nothing more than that and that is really the failed thinking for many of them I would say, totally wrong on so many levels that I forgot to tell you about it, treat it as a business and rate will be much lower.

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