What would you do differently today for better trading results? - Page 24

View Poll Results: Did you learn anything recently for better trading results?

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  1. #231
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    I agree. I firmly believe in the old saying that one should learn something new every day. As long as we live we should grow and develop, learning more about Forex is part of that process.

  2. #232
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianajs View Post
    I agree. I firmly believe in the old saying that one should learn something new every day. As long as we live we should grow and develop, learning more about Forex is part of that process.
    Truly, to be relevant and to keep in the path of success, continuous learning and improvement is key.

    Trade safe and prosper.

  3. #233
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    I am pleased to say that I had closed my positions on Friday so the gap with which all the EUR currency pairs opened after the elections in France had no effect on my trading. I have learned that it's better to wait out such events.

  4. #234
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    Here's a video for thoughtful reflection. Let's know what you learn from it that could enhance your trading.

    Trade safe and prosper.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Y2B9zh_yGQ

  5. #235
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    Quote Originally Posted by dianajs View Post
    I am pleased to say that I had closed my positions on Friday so the gap with which all the EUR currency pairs opened after the elections in France had no effect on my trading. I have learned that it's better to wait out such events.
    Very good! Is that an improvement to your trading strategy?

    Trade safe an prosper.

  6. #236
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrapTheMarket View Post
    Very good! Is that an improvement to your trading strategy?

    Trade safe an prosper.
    I definitely consider my avoidance of trading news to be an improvement of my strategy, yes. I only trade news when I am very certain of the outcome, and that doesn't happen often.

  7. #237
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    Learning is the key to become successful and not the book knowledge, we need to learn through Demo and later through small investments, it could change our trades.

  8. #238
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    Do you think Forex trading is difficult? Why?

    I have always thought Forex trading was difficult until very much recently. Forex trading is very easy; what is difficult is succeeding in Forex trading. And here's why:

    It takes a load of hard work and mental effort to plan and prepare for consistent profitability; and much more mental and emotional effort to wait for the right time, price and location. Only very few traders can do this.

    Trade safe and prosper.

  9. #239
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    Trading is an intellectual exercise to me. I don't really regard is as easy or difficult. It requires my focus and my attention, as well as for me to be calm and disciplined.

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