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Member Since Jul 27, 2020  56 posts cardigan Sep 29 at 11:41
Over confidence is one of those trait that require controlling in order not to get your account wiped out. You will have to be yourself and not getting the best of what market is showing else you are losing more than you can count.


Member Since Jul 16, 2020  14 posts rosellemunsays Oct 15 at 04:53
It is good to know that you are doing great and your confidence level is high. Be careful and good luck with the market.


Member Since Mar 16, 2020  29 posts Amber_0302 Oct 17 at 11:15
One should have confidence but overconfident person always make mistakes and in this volatile market you cannot afford to make any mistake.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  151 posts GeorgeBischof Oct 18 at 20:21
Overconfident can put you in great danger. You can loss all your money because of your overconfident nature.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  113 posts AliaDare Oct 19 at 00:49
Loss is inevitable if you are trading in volatile market conditions. Part of the loss in overconfident trading. You have to trade with the possibility of the Forex market. And if one wants to make a 100% profit in this market of possibilities, it is never possible. Money management and risk management are not followed if it is overconfident. This is why many traders make losses.

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