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Does Forex Disturb Your Sleep?

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When we are still waiting for the state of trade in order to improve, apparently after a few hours, the situation has not improved and increasingly negative pips movement. We're tired of waiting, and then sleep. Are you able to sleep with this state?

Does Forex disturb your sleep?

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ALL my trading disturbs my sleep. I have lost many hours a night re-playing the day's game, thinking about my mistakes, wondering about my profits and if I did something right or if I just got lucky, but I know what you are talking about. I've been doing this for years and I found the only solution for me is to trade small enough where I can sleep. I know it's a cliche---and most trading cliches are bunk---but it really will help your game if you CAN sleep even though you have a trade going.

But I definitely know where you are coming from. I'm currently in oil in a big way (for my portfolio) and I wonder about what is going to happen after the computer is off and the clock says bed time. I'm sure someone will get on here and say something about setting your stops and setting your price target and just let it go, but it's still stressful.

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When we are still waiting for the state of trade in order to improve, apparently after a few hours, the situation has not improved and increasingly negative pips movement. We're tired of waiting, and then sleep. Are you able to sleep with this state?

Does Forex disturb your sleep?

 

forex historically trends more than many other instrument classes. If you are taking losers home, most likely you are fighting trend more often than you would if you were taking losing positions in other instrument classes home … Generally speaking...

 

Have you considered not taking losing positions ‘home’? …unless you also have limit orders resting at levels of even more adversity and your probs are tail high for a reversal. ??? For many if not most systems and with the ‘staying power’ / capitalization of most leveraged traders, across time, getting out of fx losers at your close is better for your bottom line than sticking in… Generally speaking...

 

Sleep is an integral part of recovery from ‘stress’. Without adequate recovery your performance, when seen from a longer span like ‘monthly’, will go down… and down… and down… Generally speaking...

 

hth

 

Have a Deep Solstice, a Happy Honica, Monica And a Merry Christmas, all

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I love sleeping. If you can't sleep because you're worried, you should do something to sort out the problem that you are worried about (whatever it may be, trading or life in general). Perhaps close your positions and take a break, or trade a smaller position size. If you can't think clearly about when to buy or sell, then you will make more mistakes and lose more.

 

For me, it helps to be able to say, "Oh, price did that? That's interesting." - to be detached from the winning and losing (it's hard to be like that and I often get worked up or emotional when I'm in a trade, but I think that being 'detached' is the way that I want to trade).

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Forex doesn't have to disturb your sleep, but you must rearrange your schedule to catch the moves. For example, I live in the Pacific time zone of the US, so I go to bed at 5pm. Awake at midnight, have my coffee, go to the gym and am sitting at my computer by 2am. I trade the German DAX, London Forex session, catch the early Crude Oil and Index futures moves at 5am and usually done with my trading day by 10am. I then spend the rest of the day spending quality time with my wife and children

 

I keep the same schedule on weekends so not to disturb the sleep pattern. I also sleep in an inside bedroom without windows with ear plugs so the kids playing doesn't awake me.

 

Note: the above schedule/routine would be near impossible for those that love to watch evening television. Simple... get rid of the boob tube, and your income possibilities accelerate.

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I agree with Dith, here. If my normal bedtime when I was trading stocks or had a different type job was lets say midnight, how am I supposed to go to sleep at midnight knowing that in just 2 hrs, all hell could bust loose. Usually 3am but they make many a sleep deprived trader miss out by moving the mkts at 1 or 1:30am these past few weeks and its all over till NY buy 3am!!! So yeah, we have that now to contend with as well. The "high volume" times are not as clearly in boxes as they used to be.

 

Plus, its not just missing the trade that keesp us awake. Here is what we dont talk about boys. Drum roll, please...................................... Ok, some of us have trained ourselves to go into almost a meditative state when the mkt isnt moving,so we get to constantly reflect on our trading plan or someone elses you just saw on this form, or even getting out of this crazy business altogether. We may not always have something to trade, but we always have something to be thinking about, or in OUR case ,something to analyze.

 

And so now if you get thru the London session, its now 7am or so and its totally dead. But whats this!!!!!? The sun is coming up, birds are chirping, the news from all over the world is streaming. Plus the action for NY starts at 8 or 8:30am. Do we really want to miss that?

 

I personally have no idea how anyone could hold down a full time job and also trade forex. I couldn't do it and would have a heart attack from the stress and sleep deprivation. All of thos sweet, polite, charming men who were interviewed by Jack Schwager in Market Wizards. So composed, so in control. Yeah...right! Catch them on friday morning at 10:30am when they now have almost zero chance if im forex to get even for the week, and they have been living on coffee and determination. Oh yeah,thats another thing. Would anyone here agree with me and say that the average trader probably drinks a lot more coffee than the regular working person out there? Heck, you can develop permanant sleep disorders just from caffeine manipulating your circadian sleep cycles long enough!!!!

 

But cant you just set it and forget it as the swing traders do, we keep hearing? Sure.....try it for a few days. Let me know how much Valium you needed. LOL

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Im seeing a pattern already from this thread. The ones whose sleep is not disturbed are those who trade just one session,once per day. I think in Futures and Stocks it is much easier but in Forex, who doesnt want to know what is happening at 3:30am when they are "supposed to be trading 8am-1pm daily as the other trader on the pacific coast does. Paul Tudor Jones(all of you should see the video on him) is up at 4am, no shower, breakfast, just coffee...and hes right at his desk trading gold or forex at 4:05am And thats with 29 other emplyees! I always feel I am missing something if I trade only one session. I wish they just traded everything from stocks to forex at the same time every day, the same 8 hrs. Pick any time and I will go along with it. Woullnt all the traders in the world be soooo much more relaxed? The brokerages too!

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Yes so much i even change to binary trading,

 

 

Now i trade in Vault Options, what you invest is what you risk, plus in Vault Options you have the instant withdrawal feature which allows you to get your money right back at your account. for me they are currently the best broker out there.

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for me it does not matter, because we are sure there are funds still hold floating forex, and tomorrow when we wake up the price was better, and I believe it can be achieved, because we also do pre-op analysis on forex trading, and we also have sure, then we do not feel disturbed sleep and a comfortable, healthy and tomorrow is bright, easy to think well.

regards:haha:

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It actually does. Sometimes it doesn't let me to fall asleep at all since I'm thinking of how I could avoid that losses or it might be the very time to switch the strategy etc.

 

Really want to get rid of that bad habit - it bothers me more than smoking! :crap:

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It actually does. Sometimes it doesn't let me to fall asleep at all since I'm thinking of how I could avoid that losses or it might be the very time to switch the strategy etc.

 

Really want to get rid of that bad habit - it bothers me more than smoking! :crap:

 

Since when did smoking started to bother..:D

Also, if it really affects your sleep then take a break for a while . i have gone through the same time when i had blown up my first account, then took a break and came back to it with better mental strength ....TBH blowing a small account can be helpful sometimes cause u get to know how the accounts gets blown up ..:D ...Now its much more better for me...

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Also, if it really affects your sleep then take a break for a while . i have gone through the same time when i had blown up my first account, then took a break and came back to it with better mental strength ....

 

Thanks for your advice and experience! I've come up with the similar decision - the break is surely needed. Really hope that my idea of giving my dimes to a money manager can help me to earn some spare time (hopefully, profits too :roll eyes:).

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As I think about it, my dilemma is that Im not a day trader. The lowest time frame I will play is the 60m and thats usually a 2 day trade on avg. So I usually get in at the start of a new day/night which on NY time is 6pm. I watch it until the spreads close up and get some kind of feel for what the mky wants to do***

 

and I put my trades on, and truthfully i dont HAVE to be watching the london session, i could wait for the ny, but i often sleep right thru NY till 11am. so I never trust my sleep habits so i get up at 2am to "take a peak" and suddenly im trading till 5:30am.

 

I really must try to put my trades on at 7pm and shut down till morning. Or.....retest both of my systems and see how they would work if i dont even look at the charts till 7:45am or so when NY gets rolling.That is my goal. Or...I can kiss getting back into great shape in the gym again good bye. At 54 its hard enough.

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Yes so much i even change to binary trading,

 

 

Now i trade in Vault Options, what you invest is what you risk, plus in Vault Options you have the instant withdrawal feature which allows you to get your money right back at your account. for me they are currently the best broker out there.

 

 

Hi,

Why Vault Options is the best? there are many broker firm in USA?

How much is the deposit with Broker?

How fast can get the money back?

Did VO broker helping you to earn profit, any recommendation?

 

rgds

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