Thanks for the reply but I certainly don't agree that someone can control an emotion. Emotion is not something that a human can control. Emotions is what makes us human and you cannot control it. Instead, you need to be aware that you have such emotion during the trading but never allow it to affect your trading decision.
Yes, trading can lead to overtrading if I cannot control emotions.
I believe that everything should have its own measure. Excessive trading in most cases leads to negative consequences. It is necessary to develop a trading strategy and monitor compliance with the rules of this strategy.
Taeusz1342354 posted: I believe that everything should have its own measure. Excessive trading in most cases leads to negative consequences. It is necessary to develop a trading strategy and monitor compliance with the rules of this strategy.
yeah so true i used to think i needed 10 / 15 trades a day and was always looking to jump in now its more about 3 or 4 clean great risk to reward trades a week sometimes less
Overtrading is one of the reasons people lose money in the forex market. It happens due to lack of discipline and proper plans. You need to have good plans and execution of those plans. Otherwise you will keep losing money.
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