New traders become restless to make money. All day long they try to find out new entry. Even their night is sleepless. But the fact is to make money in trading you need a calm and relaxed mind. When I was new I was also in a hurry to make money. It's because most of the time we are given wrong information about trading. Like making money is vey easy here.
The moment they hear that you can make profit in trading, they will just rush in opening an account without thinking what to consider and where to start from. And just because of that they will become restless and will no sooner misuse their accounts and funds resulting in wiping the account.
Yes, new traders become restless to make money. But the actual fact is in order to make money in the forex market you need to be calm and have a relaxed mind. Rusing to make money will always lead to opposite results.
unsightlydray posted: Yes, they are always in a rush to make more and more money and get rich quickly. But forex doesn’t work that way and you’re right, a calm and composed mindset is very important to trade well.
I also agree with you. Forex is not a money-making machine. Those who have proper skill and knowledge can make money.
Everyone in trading brings a dream. New traders are in a hurry to fulfill that dream. This is why they face maximum time loss. So to fulfill the dream, you should trade with patience while maintaining a positive mindset.
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