Dear colleagues!

Almost every trader is afraid of trading throughout the training process. It is possible that some excitement accompanies the speculator further, but it is fear that goes away. If a person has only recently started working on a real account, then he will have experiences concerning possible loss of funds and not only. Of course, in such a not simple psychological state it is very difficult to be objective in making decisions in the market. People often make mistakes, commit rash actions, which, as a rule, lead to financial losses in work.


The reasons for the fear of the trader are different, but the most important ones should be highlighted separately:1.Fear of losing money2.Experience for starting a new activity3.Anxiety due to lack of confidence caused by lack of experience4.A person worries that he was wrong, developing a system

Of course, there are other reasons for concern, but the most common can be considered exactly listed. To get rid of the fear of losing money, you need to reduce your trading capital by withdrawing some of the money. In this case, the person will continue to trade on a deposit of a smaller size, which will not so much disturb him. For example, for the purpose of acquaintance with trade, you can open a cent deposit. The second problem is related to the fact that starting to engage in a new business that a person regards as a promising one, inevitable emergence of excitement. The trader prepares to work, reads materials, practices on a demo account, after which it is time to test your strength as a currency speculator on a real deposit.

The excitement of lack of self-confidence, of their own strength in the market, is the ordinary state of the newcomer. It's not difficult to guess that you can get rid of this trouble by gaining experience. The more successful a person works, the sooner he will gain confidence in his actions. In addition, positively on self-confidence, as in a trader, the amount of knowledge gained by a person will affect. The last problem from the list above is to deceive one's own expectations. A person reads materials, communicates in forums, practices on demonstration and cent accounts, and therefore, expects positive results in trade. The trader in this case is afraid to be disappointed in the trade, he is worried that the spent efforts will ultimately be completely in vain.



At the very beginning of the trader's way of fears, a large number of people have. Gradually, as the trading experience increases, knowledge grows and so on, the speculator becomes more confident in himself, knows how and what to do in the market, does not experience much at his own expense. The better we are ready for trading, the more we have reason to believe that everything will work well, the calmer the trader will behave at the right time. Thus, the number of mistakes made in trading will be significantly reduced.
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