I started trading three years ago and failed a lot until I had a stable trading plan and a successful strategy, and I am now trying this strategy on a demo FTMO account, but the problem is that I trade in the first two hours of the London session and end the day and follow the plan with everything in it, but I feel very bored because I have nothing else to do and I always ask myself what is next to do or learn if you have any advice write it to me
I feel you my brother! I started my trading journey 3 years ago also, and honestly since last year (July 2022) up to this point, I have learned more than I could imagine! Having a trading plan and a strategy written either by paper or computer, helps you tremendously. You treat this as a business.
And that is perfect! Because the purpose of being a Forex trader is to give you 2 things: freedom of time and freedom of money! Enjoy life! Do the things that makes you happy
That's fantastic to hear that you've built a solid trading plan and strategy! If you're feeling a bit bored during your trading sessions, here are a few ideas: broaden your trading knowledge, review your past trades for improvements, explore different markets or instruments, connect with trading communities for inspiration, and don't forget to take breaks and indulge in hobbies you love. Keep learning, stay motivated, and enjoy the exciting journey ahead!
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