Unnecessary trade is a very common problem for newbies. Actually you do it out of confusion. You don't have trust on your strategy and yourself. You should have clear idea about your risk reward ratio and winning ratio. You lack confidence. It comes from not knowing what you are doing. Practice on demo find out your winning trade ratio. The main point is you have to increase your skills.
A lot of newbies think that overtrading would help them recover their losses. They must understand that nothing like that would ever happen. That’s what you learn with experience. The more experience you make, the better the trader you become.
salamibrish posted: A lot of newbies think that overtrading would help them recover their losses. They must understand that nothing like that would ever happen. That’s what you learn with experience. The more experience you make, the better the trader you become.
Absolutely. Overtrading is one of the biggest mistakes.
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