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« on: February 06, 2019, 06:27:14 AM »
BDSwiss   best way to avoid panic and indecision is to always trade based upon a proven trading plan which clearly defines the conditions by which you enter and exit the market, and perhaps more importantly, how much of your capital you are going to risk on each trade.
Any sense of disappointment which comes with a losing trade is therefore the result of adverse conditions in the market for the traders trading system - not the trader. When this is the case, you should not ascribe self-blame and create a massive trading psychology complex.

You have to remember that not all trades will win and that when you lose money using a proven system, you shouldn't panic. When you've lost money on an unstructured, impulse trade however, it is time to start looking at your trading psychology mindset.


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