Every beginner trader has to face these problems. First of all, when you join trading you need to start with demo trading. You need to gather Forex -related information from many websites while doing demo trading. There must be a loss in trading and we have to learn from this loss. And you have to keep yourself emotionally strong.
antonyhollinwooe posted: Demo trading accounts are a good way of judging where you stand. They help you gain hands-on practice.
Yes, demo accounts are of great help, best to practice, agreed. But traders should never become over confident by seeing demo results, they should understand that live trading is going to be a lot more different with real money involved.
I would take a step back from trading on the live account since it's losing money for you and come back to that. Spend more time online on forums like this one and try YouTube, Babypips, and other learning sites as well. Take an in-depth look at your current strategy and whether it's working. Practice any changes on demo account and then go back to trading live. It could also help to keep a trading journal to help stay on top of what is and isn't working. Good luck, I hope things improve!
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