I agree, sometimes there's nothing we can do. However, Since we cannot personally change the ups and downs of the economy, we can change our own day-to-day behavior. We can choose to spend less on unnecessary things, which gives us more money to invest toward the future. And the key is finding a...
Some traders do not know the true the true performance of your investments. It’s great if some of your investments are doing really well, but that doesn’t mean that things are good overall. Your success isn’t judged on the profits made, nor is your failure based on your worst. What matters is...
Most of the time traders are punished if they go against the trend. Only at an inflection point are we rewarded. So do not try to predict trends. Instead, participate in trends that we have identified. Remember, markets don’t go straight up or down forever. Trends Change.
We can't get rid of our emotions since we are humans and not robots. However, our emotions are controllable even though it can be hard at times. Trading successfully is all about making the right decision in the midst of emotions. It's the price we all have to pay to be successful.
I get your point very correctly Alex. However, no matter what is posted here or anywhere else, a trader shouldn't be naive and just believe everything posted. Do your research, compare and contrast before making trading decisions.
Environmental distractions and boredom and stress cause a lack of focus and it affects the way we make trading decisions. Try trading during quiet times. It contributes to making wise decisions about the market.
I know that you know the reliability of a broker is not determined by the numbers of posts a newbie has. If you are really interested, why not do some research to find out if they can be trusted? There is always something to learn or benefit from other traders.