That is why there is such a notion as 'trader's psychology' and in order to become an effective market participant you need to study this topic and understand all the nuances of how you need to prepare for trading, how to keep your emotions under control and how to rest properly after a trading session.
Mostly traders especially the newcomers consider high leverage as much risk. But according to me I don’t consider it. If there is any risk, it is completely with non-sense planning and zero risk management plans, nothing to do with high leverage at all.
It seems to me that fear passes with time or more precisely with experience, because you get used to the fact that something may go wrong with you and accordingly you need to distribute capital, etc. And you don't have to get hysterical, you just have to understand that this is a stage when you get used to the new conditions, it's normal.
Forex trading deals in a high volume of transactions hence the fear of losses is bound to exist.The fear of losing when making a trade has several consequences. It tends to make a timer hesitant to execute his or her timing strategy, this can often lead to an inability to pull the trigger on new entries as well as on new exits.
Roberto21 posted: besides making profit there is only losses and fear. so we the traders have to make sure how to faces losses and control emotions. actually emotions is the foremost enemy in our life only not Forex trading all about life attitudes.
You can avoid fear and emotions issue simply by using expert advisors to trade for you.
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