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newcomers trading habit
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Biedrs kopš Aug 11, 2017  788 ieraksti Mohammadi Apr 22 at 15:07
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.


Biedrs kopš Dec 09, 2019  37 ieraksti feelsofine Apr 23 at 07:31
I mean there are so much to learn in forex have to control your emotions, you have to manage the risk, money and more...that is what forex trading so much beautiful in the end.


Biedrs kopš Oct 07, 2019  34 ieraksti Gabriel99 Apr 23 at 12:24
True @feelsofine Emotions are one thing which i consider the most in trading, it is very important to learn to deal with it otherwise it ruins your trading.


Biedrs kopš Aug 27, 2017  861 ieraksti Adribaasmet Apr 24 at 16:40
as a newcomer Don’t focus on your capital; focus on your process! By the way, you have to invest your capital only when you are very sure on your trading skill, here knowledge is the key not your healthy trading equity.


Biedrs kopš Oct 22, 2019  37 ieraksti Sven98 Apr 28 at 07:08
As a newcomer, it is important to focus on build a trading strategy and invest wisely.


Biedrs kopš Apr 28, 2020  1 ieraksti Emma93 Apr 28 at 08:57 (labots Apr 28 at 09:04 )
What are the best strategies for new comers?


Biedrs kopš May 02, 2019  319 ieraksti Roberto21 Apr 29 at 16:44
Newcomers should focus on others inevitable part of trading besides acquiring good trading knowledge. Controlling emotions , avoid revenge trading , overtrading , money management ,RR and much more things they have to observe for avoiding unfortunate loss.


Biedrs kopš Aug 09, 2017  520 ieraksti Imamul Apr 29 at 17:16
practically as a newcomer it is quite difficult to keep patience for a long time , so demo trading for long time we the newcomers have to practice , it can help us for ensuring a great patience.


Biedrs kopš Jan 05, 2020  12 ieraksti Shalilbine May 15 at 20:14
The fastest way for a beginner to get settled is a demo account. Even there, the trader starts to develop some habits and new qualities. If they are good and have a positive effect on both trading and the person - then they should be developed further. If they aren't, then they must be immediately changed or even eliminated. The trading journal also helps to follow yourself and your habits. Using it, you'll be able to analyze the problems and find your weak points. So, I recommend keep trading journal to all beginners!


Biedrs kopš Apr 28, 2020  50 ieraksti Evelyn55 May 18 at 08:23
Imamul posted:
 practically as a newcomer it is quite difficult to keep patience for a long time , so demo trading for long time we the newcomers have to practice , it can help us for ensuring a great patience.

True, even i had a problem being patient in the start. Patience takes a lot of time to come to newbies. But practice should be restricted to demo trading only, as emotions are less prominent there. We should do both demo and live account trading if we want to control emotions.

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