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Hi,

 

Very useful and nice forum for Forex traders...

 

I am well experienced trader making gains since 1 year.. I have joined this forum to discuss and source some tools, useful things etc.

 

Thanks..

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hello, my friends,

I want to invest in forex hedge funds.

I’ve search on google.com but haven’t found good one.

(Maybe I should try other key words)

Could you please tell me how to search them?

Any good one to recommend?

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I'm relatively new to trading and I've found myself getting overwhelmed by the emotion of hitting the 'buy' and 'sell' button. I've been thinking lately about how brave we all are, taking on the market ourselves every day - running the risk of losing it all or experiencing the thrill of winning. Do you guys feel the same way?

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I'm relatively new to trading and I've found myself getting overwhelmed by the emotion of hitting the 'buy' and 'sell' button. I've been thinking lately about how brave we all are, taking on the market ourselves every day - running the risk of losing it all or experiencing the thrill of winning. Do you guys feel the same way?

 

early on you may feel that.....

but in answer to your question...No.

Bravery is an entirely different matter and a potentially dangerous thought to acquire in trading. IMHO

you should not feel like you are running the risk of losing it all, and the thrill of winning should be more about the thrill of executing a well thought out and tested plan and seeing it work in reality.

 

Now some folks work well in letting their gut do the trading and working with those emotions, but FWIW I think there are very few of those types of traders that make it big ...most blow up, and those that are sucessful usually follow their gut instinct and remain way more conservative that as big swingers. :2c:

 

Otherwise good luck.

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I'm relatively new to trading and I've found myself getting overwhelmed by the emotion of hitting the 'buy' and 'sell' button. I've been thinking lately about how brave we all are, taking on the market ourselves every day - running the risk of losing it all or experiencing the thrill of winning. Do you guys feel the same way?

 

If the impulse to daring and bravery is too fierce and violent, stay it with guidance and instruction.

 

Xun Zi

 

Trading professionally is about managing risk; not such a romantic notion as bravery. Fully understand the downside risk of any trade, and there should be no need for bravery. If you still need bravery, then you shouldn't be in the trade.

 

Fear of losing is natural, but losing is a part of trading; one needs to be able to take a loss and move on. Rather than trying to overcome fear with bravery, embrace losing as part of the cost of doing business.

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Hi everyone. I'm from Australia, Melbourne. I've been lurking around on this forum for a while now and finally decided to join. I'm a pretty experienced trader. Trading mainly Futures now, but have traded stocks CFD's and FX. My keen interest is in SPI, CL, YM and ES Futures. I've used a lot of different charting programs such as esignal, ninja trader, amibroker etc, and have used a lot of different T/A styles price action, VSA, Market Profile, Quantitative trading systems etc. I'm at the point now where I have a trading system/style and just trade it. I'm looking forward to sharing ideas with you guys and helping out any new traders.

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Hello...

I m a Forex trader trading since 2 years.I am following

 

different trading method to earn money from Forex. I have join this

 

forum to share my experience and gain some more knowledge.

 

In my school time, i was just hating to learn economics but

 

when i heard about Forex i started to love economics and now guess

 

what the subject which i was hating the most is now one of my

 

favorite subject.

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Hello guys...

Is forex trading danger for investment??

 

:2c: Only if you dont learn why you are investing ....as per any investment

but particularly in respect of FX.....dont be sucked in by the amount of leverage you WILL be offered. Just because it is available does not mean you have to use it....until you know what you are doing.

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