I believe emotions to be a poison that will destroy one's trading, it is always beneficial if a trader has a control on emotions and is not letting them to overpower his skills, because this is what makes trading profitable.
As humans, we can’t control our emotions completely. But when you have seen the market closely and know how calculative you have to be with your trading moves, you get better at managing them. Avoid revenge trading by taking a break after every loss you make.
That's really true. The vast majoity of traders let their emotions to take them over control, while it's prohibited when we speak about trading activity. When I say 'prohibited' it means that traders must be conscious and rely only on their logical conclusions and thoughts. Of course, on the very first stages it's very difficult to turn off the emotions, however nobody restrcits you in expressing your emotions. The task is never let them take you over control, because when you make moves under the influence of your emotions you can easily ruin your deposit and the whole trading activity, because emotions don't appeal to your conscious. So, be ready for suppressing your emotions and find an activity which will let you to express them.
Emotions and trading don’t mix well. To avoid being emotional, one should diversify his/her investments, stop trading after 3 consecutive profits or losses and stop looking at profits or losses while trading. Stay focussed and follow the plan.
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