The newcomers cannot avoid losses by their greediness and emotions, it’s true. But the regular traders cannot come out their losses because of having most powerful risk management and MM. they always fours on just acquiring good trading knowledge . of course we have to do it. But besides it must be focused on risk managing approach if we want to avoid losses.
Greediness is awe full in any scenario. Money made with patience is worth the hard-work and remains with you for long. Even wehn it comes to trading, one should be wise and patient while placing trades. Profits and losses are both 2 sides of a coin. Its only with time that you understand what to trade, how to trade, how much to trades etc.
New comers mostly face the issue of controlling their emotions and greed. Well practice well and trade with patience; be rational. If you trade with practical decisions, only then will you go far in this journey.
Greed is one of the main problems of traders. It is almost impossible to control, and it causes most losses in trading. That's why all traders need to learn self-control and restraint, and then their profits will grow significantly.
Greed is one of the first obstacles for all beginners in trading. When a beginner comes into trading, he expects a lot of money in a short time, and because of this perception, they lose all their investments very quickly. That's why I always advise beginners to open an account with a small deposit and learn to manage their capital correctly.
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