In trading loss will be there. A good trader knows how to recover the loss. They are very calculative and discipline in their trading. But most traders can not tolerate loss. As a result they open revenge trades.
Losses are part of trading. Yes, it is...Unfortunately. But losses have one big PLUS: you start to analyze what have you made wrong. And next time you try do not make the same mistake. Any loss can bring you more profit in future. That's what I think.
Adribaasmet posted: if you can't handle the loss, then the loss will handle you, so be careful, because there is no way to avoid losses in spite of having good knowledge and experience.
Yes, one cannot just avoid losses, even if we do all our calculations, risk management, stop loss etc, still there will be a chance for the trade to result opposite to your prediction, thus you need to be prepared and work on covering up the loss later rather than just cribbing over it.
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