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Beginners Greed

AniLorak
Nov 30 2019 at 07:16
920 Posts
saturdayresearch posted:
Greed often leads to losses. Hedge fund manager will by happy with 10% per year but newbie trader wants 10% per day!!! No wonder they lose


That’s difference between pro & new traders; expecting unrealistic profits leading to face MC for sure!

Wiame (Baazex)
Dec 04 2019 at 10:21
45 Posts
orex trading is no doubt a lifestyle Changing business you have to be very patient and keep an eye on the market conditions greed is a human nature but usually new traders have greed because lack of experience

Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity, but cash is king
Anthony Rizal (AnthonyWins)
Dec 04 2019 at 12:29
212 Posts
FirstHero posted:
Do not suppress emotions, you need to manage them. Only full control over the mind, emotions and body can give a positive result.

The first reply I read on this thread and that's what I agree with!

Never suppress emotions. This applies not only to trading. As soon as you try to suppress your emotions, your problems will begin much more seriously than greed, because these will be subconscious complexes and blocks. Unraveling these nodes will be very difficult. Learning to manage is the right way and the only way to successful trading without the influence of an emotional background. Various exercises (use google) will help you come to a state of calm and maintain it. Our emotional background is closely related to the physical body. Therefore, it is also important to monitor your health. Moreover, sometimes a lot of help is just discussion and communication.

Johny_tr
Dec 05 2019 at 11:36
34 Posts
Baazex posted:
orex trading is no doubt a lifestyle Changing business you have to be very patient and keep an eye on the market conditions greed is a human nature but usually new traders have greed because lack of experience

No offense to what you said, but I have seen many experienced traders too, giving in to greed while trading. That’s a very difficult emotion to handle and its not only the beginners who face an issue while dealing with it.

jamesgwyther
Dec 05 2019 at 12:04
289 Posts
A lot of the greed is because people are brought in to forex thinking they will make lots of easy money.

Adam Cantor (AdamCantor)
Dec 05 2019 at 13:22
98 Posts
Baazex posted:
orex trading is no doubt a lifestyle Changing business you have to be very patient and keep an eye on the market conditions greed is a human nature but usually new traders have greed because lack of experience


well said. a lot of people dont even take the time to master strategies on demo before diving in. never ends well.

Beallador
Dec 07 2019 at 15:23
17 Posts
It seems to me that greed is not so bad, especially when it comes to greed for knowledge. Although if you want a lot of money, it's also a normal desire. Another thing is that many people in the pursuit of financial achievements forget about the basic rules of trading and it leads to losses. No matter what happens, you should follow the rules in this business. And any risk you choose for yourself should be justified, otherwise you risk being in an unpleasant situation. Moreover, even the first loss can lead to the fact that a person is basically disappointed in this business and just does not want to continue. Therefore, you should avoid such mistakes and try to keep statistics, which will show what kind of profit you can count on and how to act to ensure a stable income, but without chasing the golden mountains.

semprolfx
Dec 10 2019 at 08:20
7 Posts
sustain over desire, create a simple value understanding, when you grab a thing and it taste good, you want more. however, such common understanding play against into, what risk explain about. that absolute risk, create aversion. when you tear deep disappoint while you understand how to measuring risk about, you are stuck upheaval in the midst of losses. you has no appropriate trade portfolio even though you know how to measuring risk about.

Mohammadi
Dec 14 2019 at 02:29
886 Posts
Basically we the traders in particularly the newcomers try to make money very rapidly by using high leverage and practically fall a great loss due to non-sense planning and zero risk management policy, nothing to do with high leverage at all. So, before trading with high leverage we have to know how to manage risk.

jonny99
Dec 19 2019 at 10:54
32 Posts
I agree beginners use high leverage and then get caught up in losses and then blame luck. Leverage is like a double edge sword. One has to be very careful while using it. Risk management is very important. One who has understood it won’t be disappointed in fx trading.




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