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Psychology of trading

Uvie (ClinzzyOrlando)
Jan 19 at 10:16
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Loss aversion: People tend to feel the pain of losses more than the pleasure of gains, which can lead to holding on to losing positions for too long.

Anchoring bias: People tend to anchor to a reference point, such as the price at which they bought a stock, and base their decisions on that point, rather than current market conditions.

Confirmation bias: People tend to look for information that confirms their existing beliefs, and ignore information that contradicts them.

Overconfidence: Many traders overestimate their abilities, which can lead to taking on too much risk and making poor trading decisions.

Herding behavior: People tend to follow the crowd and make the same trades as others, rather than making independent decisions.

Emotion-based trading: People tend to make emotional decisions, instead of logical ones, which can lead to impulsive buying and selling.

Fear of missing out (FOMO): The fear of missing out on potential gains can lead to impulsive buying, especially during market booms.

Recency bias: People tend to overweight recent events and assume they will continue in the future, which can lead to poor predictions about market movements.

Self-attribution bias: People tend to attribute their successes to their own skill and effort, but attribute their failures to external factors.

Endowment effect: People tend to value things more highly simply because they own them, which can make it difficult to sell losing positions.
Trade with a clear mind and a disciplined approach
Jan 19 at 11:11
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Thank you! Good post on how and which biases relate to trading.
Jan 19 at 11:23
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The psychology of trading refers to the emotional and cognitive factors that can influence the decisions made by traders in financial markets. These factors can include things like fear, greed, overconfidence, and the tendency to follow the crowd.
Jan 19 at 12:09
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For me controlling my emotions from losses is definitely something to keep working on. Bad day with big losses = try again another day, do not aggressively try to recover your losses
Uvie (ClinzzyOrlando)
Jan 19 at 14:18
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dzonn posted:
For me controlling my emotions from losses is definitely something to keep working on. Bad day with big losses = try again another day, do not aggressively try to recover your losses

It's also important to remember that losses are a normal part of trading and that it's important to keep a long-term perspective.
Trade with a clear mind and a disciplined approach
Jan 23 at 08:20
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Understanding and managing these psychological factors is an important part of becoming a successful trader. Traders can improve their performance by developing a trading plan, setting clear goals, and using techniques such as risk management and mindfulness.
Suradi (FXOday)
Jan 25 at 00:19
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Psychology trading has high role during trading, weak psychology trading will make traders easily to break discipline and often making mistake, strong psychology will bring trader more discipline with all trading rules both trading system and money management. Good trading system need supported by good money management, and good money management need supported by good psychology.
Jan 30 at 20:43
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For me to overcome the Psychology in trading.

Is I know my lose the minute i put on a position , so as long as my strategy gives me a win lose ratio in my favour over an agreed period of time ( my plan) i can except the lose
and move on to the next trade.

Prince Sajir (princesajir)
Jan 31 at 09:11
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The central question is, how do we manage our emotions?
Feb 01 at 12:00
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princesajir posted:
The central question is, how do we manage our emotions?
Emotions can have a significant impact on trading decisions, leading to impulsive behaviour and poor performance. Here are some tips to help manage emotions in trading:

1. Develop a trading plan: Having a well-defined plan can help you stay focused and avoid impulsive decisions.
2. Practice risk management: Limit your potential losses by setting stop-loss orders and sticking to them.
3. Stay disciplined: Stick to your plan and avoid deviating from it due to emotions.
Feb 02 at 04:52
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developing a trading plan is really an important task , need a powerful money management first of all. otherwise no way
Prince Sajir (princesajir)
Feb 02 at 07:52
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@Keli_3 Thank you for your advice. I think the trading plan is the first thing that needs to be addressed.
Scalp Signal (stormscalp2023)
Feb 02 at 08:39
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The psychology of trading refers to the study of the emotional, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of traders and how these factors impact their trading decisions and performance. Some of the key elements of the psychology of trading include:

    Emotions: Fear, greed, and hope are some of the most common emotions that can influence a trader's decisions. Emotional control is crucial in trading to prevent impulsive decisions and maintain discipline in the face of market volatility.

    Cognitive biases: Traders can be prone to cognitive biases such as overconfidence, anchoring, and confirmation bias, among others. These biases can lead to suboptimal decision-making and impact performance.

    Behavioral finance: Traders are influenced by a range of psychological and behavioral factors, including their prior experiences, social norms, and cultural backgrounds. Understanding these factors can help traders to better understand their own behavior and make more informed decisions.

    Risk tolerance: Traders have different risk tolerance levels and it is important for traders to understand their own risk tolerance and make decisions accordingly.

    Trading plan: Developing a clear and well-thought-out trading plan, including strategies for managing emotions, can help traders to stay disciplined and focused.

Understanding the psychology of trading can help traders to identify and manage their own emotional, cognitive, and behavioral tendencies and make better-informed trading decisions.
Feb 03 at 03:37
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In Forex trading, we the traders have to be professional if we want to get maximal result from this volatile trading place. and for being a professional trader we the traders have to pass a long time period for acquiring most powerful analyzing trade knowledge which is really supportive to predict the faction of this market with certainly. And besides this also important to keep trading discipline with great money management.
Feb 07 at 11:00
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Some common psychological challenges faced by traders include fear, greed, overconfidence, and regret.
Feb 07 at 13:19
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in there Learning is the foremost ways to keep survive in this volatile trading place in a proper way. But sorry to say maximum traders who are particularly newcomers try to make money from here without learning. As a result they become loser when trading practically. It would be great if we choose the broker which always ensures best trading environment for learning this trading place by providing exclusive educational facilities.
Feb 08 at 19:17
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Agree with your words. As for me, the hardest thing is to relax and accept the situation as it is. Draw conclusions and keep working.
Unfortunately, by focusing on losses, you only make things worse for yourself.
Think thrice before opening an order
Suradi (FXOday)
Feb 08 at 22:40
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Human nature actually they don't want to lose, however trading forex involved the risk, want or not when loss occur we must accept the loss and although hide the pain, but still feeling in heart, thinking target and risk need to balance.
Feb 09 at 07:20
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Trader_Ember posted:
 Some common psychological challenges faced by traders include fear, greed, overconfidence, and regret.
In my opinion, it's important for traders to be aware of these psychological challenges and have strategies in place to manage them. Setting clear goals and having a well-defined risk management plan can help you overcome these fears.
Feb 13 at 08:00
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Ameliaxo35 posted:
IMO, it is important for traders to develop a strong sense of self-awareness and emotional regulation.
Agreed! For that to happen, you need to develop a proper trading plans before trading so that your emotions are kept in held.
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