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90% are loser ..why ?

CRPA9
Mar 15 2019 at 08:11
21 poster
People want to get rich quick and over expose there accounts.

Wildbill
Mar 15 2019 at 08:17
35 poster
Retail traders mostly fail because they attempt to trade FX, a market dominated by a few big banks with an agenda, without learning what that agenda probably is for the day and how to read the BBs price actions.

I bounced around for years with indifferent results and spent lots of money on EAs and programs that were supposed to do my thinking (trading) for me. I chased every new idea or program including scalping, moving crossovers, double bollinger bands, and my gut feelings.

Happily, I found a training site with a daily mentoring program that taught me the whys of the market and had the tools in unique charts that help me trade. I've been profitable with 86% winning trades for almost 4 years.

You need to find a similar training experience that you can believe in and then invest some money in your education with their mentoring. If you do this, you can pay for your education with profits from your trading.

Wildbill
Mar 15 2019 at 08:17
35 poster
Retail traders mostly fail because they attempt to trade FX, a market dominated by a few big banks with an agenda, without learning what that agenda probably is for the day and how to read the BBs price actions.

I bounced around for years with indifferent results and spent lots of money on EAs and programs that were supposed to do my thinking (trading) for me. I chased every new idea or program including scalping, moving crossovers, double bollinger bands, and my gut feelings.

Happily, I found a training site with a daily mentoring program that taught me the whys of the market and had the tools in unique charts that help me trade. I've been profitable with 86% winning trades for almost 4 years.

You need to find a similar training experience that you can believe in and then invest some money in your education with their mentoring. If you do this, you can pay for your education with profits from your trading.

togr (togr)
Mar 15 2019 at 08:18
4862 poster
Wildbill posted:
Retail traders mostly fail because they attempt to trade FX, a market dominated by a few big banks with an agenda, without learning what that agenda probably is for the day and how to read the BBs price actions.

I bounced around for years with indifferent results and spent lots of money on EAs and programs that were supposed to do my thinking (trading) for me. I chased every new idea or program including scalping, moving crossovers, double bollinger bands, and my gut feelings.

Happily, I found a training site with a daily mentoring program that taught me the whys of the market and had the tools in unique charts that help me trade. I've been profitable with 86% winning trades for almost 4 years.

You need to find a similar training experience that you can believe in and then invest some money in your education with their mentoring. If you do this, you can pay for your education with profits from your trading.


Dear WilliBilly,

if you are so successful why don't you publish your trading account here on MFB,
like me for example.

Geewizzy
Mar 17 2019 at 10:59
1 poster
Wildbill posted:
Retail traders mostly fail because they attempt to trade FX, a market dominated by a few big banks with an agenda, without learning what that agenda probably is for the day and how to read the BBs price actions.

I bounced around for years with indifferent results and spent lots of money on EAs and programs that were supposed to do my thinking (trading) for me. I chased every new idea or program including scalping, moving crossovers, double bollinger bands, and my gut feelings.

Happily, I found a training site with a daily mentoring program that taught me the whys of the market and had the tools in unique charts that help me trade. I've been profitable with 86% winning trades for almost 4 years.

You need to find a similar training experience that you can believe in and then invest some money in your education with their mentoring. If you do this, you can pay for your education with profits from your trading.



And what's dis site?

KathyA (KathyA)
Mar 17 2019 at 13:05
1 poster
Because they trade with excitement before they check to make sure the trade makes sense.

tracydavison
Apr 01 2019 at 10:23
34 poster
KathyA posted:
Because they trade with excitement before they check to make sure the trade makes sense.




totally agree and thats what I am trying to avoid doing being a newbie :)

Korich
Apr 02 2019 at 06:03
10 poster
it is nice to have some kind of excitement when trading otherwise it become very boring. But I suppose the excitment should come when closing a trade with profit rather than when opening it with the hope of profit

Amadi
Apr 02 2019 at 12:49
11 poster
Profits generated is inversely proportional to the level of excitement from the trader. Ideally traders should be totally emotionless and just trade based on the facts of the market

FMovingAverage (FMovingAverage)
Apr 04 2019 at 12:09
24 poster
Korich posted:
it is nice to have some kind of excitement when trading otherwise it become very boring. But I suppose the excitment should come when closing a trade with profit rather than when opening it with the hope of profit


Excitement isn't necessarily a bad thing.. it's just important for you to have a control over it, not let the emotion gain control over you and your trading.

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