Frustration in forex? Back to list

Member SinceJul 08, 2021

Posts 155


Sep 07, 2021 a 07:45
Every time you face a situation where the market is against you, you must postpone trading until better times. It is all about your psychological stability. Lose balance and lose everything.

In order not to get into a difficult situation, you must initially trade in the right direction or wait until the price returns to your side. It depends on the strategy so get knowledge and improve your strategy.

Member SinceJul 12, 2021

Posts 182


Sep 08, 2021 a 15:49
It is a good idea that in case you do not feel well enough psychologically, and could easily make rash decisions, to put off trading for a little while. To improve your decision making process and increase your chances of really making good decisions it is important to feel confident, responsible and cautious in your thinking.

Member SinceAug 09, 2021

Posts 197


Sep 11, 2021 a 20:05
Frustration might be a word related risk for forex traders, as misfortunes and surprisingly tremendous drawdowns can happen from time to time. This can result to self-question and an absence of trust in one's trading plan, which would then be able to prompt overtrading or helpless dynamic with an end goal to compensate for one's mix-ups.

Member SinceJul 12, 2021

Posts 136


Oct 11, 2021 a 16:42
The forex market can be a frustrating place to trade. The forex market is large, global and highly liquid. Traders are in direct competition for currencies with each other in real time because of the fast-moving markets. The problem with this market is that the majority of traders do not make big profits, while some make huge profits. This often leads to frustration among traders who cannot get ahead or even break even.

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