I am going to start out by saying YES! You can make extra profitable income and make whiles having your usual day to day work. You have what it takes and you can make enough money to make a living by trading. If you don’t believe that then maybe you should stop reading right now. However since you are here I feel like in your heart you have some hope that you can accomplish your dreams of becoming a trader. I am a dreamer and I always go after my dreams and I encourage you to do the same.
As a matter of fact all success starts with a thought and a dream, but is only achieved by those that go after it, with all of their hearts. That takes risk, a risk of failure and a risk of being laughed at and rejected by friends and those that you love. The reason people put down those with dreams is because they were afraid to take the risk to go after their dream so they put down others. Perhaps they tried to live their dream and they ran into obstacles and gave up along the way. Everyone has a dream in their heart but only a few have the courage to live it, can you relate to me here?
Now back to trading….
Sorry for the side trail but I get heart broken when I run into different types of traders, that have fallen along the way that one time had a dream but now they are angry and resentful. Some even deny reality and say that it is impossible to make it in trading. I am here to encourage you and say yes you can do it!
Guidelines that will help you along in your journey to become a successful trader.
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Have a Heart and Passion to live your Dream!
Trading is not easy or for the faint of heart, you will experience pain along the way. That pain will teach you if you let it. Embrace the pain of failure and learn from it. Many heartless traders experience the pain and they run from it or quit. If you have a heart you will not quit but you will keep going. If you don’t have a heart that is willing to take a risk or if you are being pushed back by fear. Then stir yourself up by verbally declaring your dream and also writing it down on paper and how you are going to achieve it.
Have written plan and follow it.
If you follow step one then you will be passionate about your trading and that passion will cause you to do what is necessary to achieve your goals. First you need to have a plan and most traders I talk to do not even do the first step. If that is you, then stop right now and get yourself a copy of the book and write a trading plan, don’t even finish this article! Do not take another trade until the plan is finished and you have a trading friend check it out. The next part is to follow your plan to fullness. What good is a trading plan if you do not follow it? The reason following a plan is so important is because it helps you to identify the areas where you need to work, the areas of your strategy that need to be tweaked. Time to be brutally honest with yourself, how will you learn if you do not know what is the problem. Following your plan will help you to determine what is wrong and how to fix it.
Focus on a single currency pair, expand as you better your skills.
The world of currency trading is deep and complicated, due to the chaotic nature of the markets, and the diverse characters and purposes of market participants. It is hard to master all the different kinds of financial activity that goes on in this world, so it is a great idea to restrict our trading activity to a currency pair which we understand, and with which we are familiar. Beginning with the trading of the currency of your nation can be a great idea. If that’s not your choice, sticking to the most liquid, and widely traded pairs can also be an excellent practice for both the beginner and the advanced traders.
Do what you understand.
Simple as it is, failure to abide by this principle has been the doom of countless traders. In general, if you’re unsure that you know what you’re doing, and that you can defend your opinion with strength and vigor against critics that you value and trust, do not trade. Do not trade on the basis of hearsay or rumors. And do not act unless you’re confident that you understand both the positive consequences, and the adverse results that may result from opening a position.
Do not add to a losing position.
While this is just common sense, ignorance of the principle, or carelessness in its employment has caused disasters to many traders in the course of history. Nobody knows where a currency pair will be heading during the next few hours, days, or even weeks. There are lots of educated guesses, but no knowledge of where the price will be a short while later. Thus, the only certain value about trading is now. Nothing much can be said about the future. Consequently, there can be no point in adding to a losing position, unless you love gambling. A position in the red can be allowed to survive on its own in accordance with the initial plan, but adding to it can never be an advisable practice.
Restrain your emotions.
Greed, excitement, euphoria, panic or fear should have no place in traders’ calculations. Yet traders are human beings, so it is obvious that we have to find a way of living with these emotions, while at the same time controlling them and minimizing their effect on our lives. That is why traders are always advised to begin with small amounts. By reducing our risk, we can be calm enough to realize our long term goals, reducing the impact of emotions on our trading choices. A logical approach, and less emotional intensity are the best forex trading tips necessary to a successful career.
Take notes. Study your success and failure.
An analytical approach to trading does not begin at the fundamental and technical analysis of price trends, or the formulation of trading strategies. It begins at the first step taken into the career, with the first dollar placed in an open position, and the first mistakes in calculation and trading methods. The successful trader will keep a diary, a journal of his trading activity where he carefully scrutinizes his mistakes and successes to find out what works and what does not. This is one of the most importance forex trading tips that you will get from a good mentor.
Keep it simple. Both your trade plans and analysis should be easily understood and explained.
Forex trading is not rocket science. There is no expectation that you be a mathematical genius, or an economics professor to acquire wealth in currency trading. Instead, clarity of vision, and well-defined, carefully observed goals and practices offer the surest path to a respectable career in forex. To achieve this, you must resist the temptation to over explain, overanalyze, and most importantly, to rationalize your failures. A failure is a failure regardless of the conditions that led to it.
Don’t go against the markets, unless you have enough patience and financial resilience to stick to a long term plan.
In general, a beginner is never advised to trade against trends, or to pick tops and bottoms by betting against the main forces of market momentum. Join the trends so that your mind can relax. Fight the trends, and constant stress and fear will wreck your career.
Be humble and patient. Do not fight the markets.
Recognize your failures, and try to accommodate them if they can’t be eliminated completely. Above all, resist the illusion that you somehow possess the alchemist’s stone of trading. Such an attitude will surely be ruinous on your career eventually.
Share your experiences. Follow your own judgment.
While it is a great idea to discuss your opinion on the markets with others, you should be the one making the decisions. Consider the opinions of others, but make your own choices. It is your money after all.
Study money management.
Once we make profits, it is time to protect them. Money management is about the minimization of losses, and maximization of profits. To ensure that you don’t gamble away your hard-earned profits, to “cut your losses short, and let profits ride”, you should keep the bible of money management as the centerpiece of your trading library at all times.
Study the markets, fundamentals, and technical factors leading the price action.
That we have placed this so low in the list should not surprise the experienced trader. Faulty analysis is rarely the cause of a wiped-out account. A career that fails to begin is never killed by the consequences of erroneous application or understanding of fundamental or technical studies. Other issues that are related to money management, and emotional control are far more important than analysis for the beginner, but as those issues are overcome, and steady gains are realized, the edge gained by successful analysis of the markets will be invaluable. Analysis is important, but only after a proper attitude to trading and risk taking is attained.
Don’t give up.
Finally, provided that you risk only what you can afford to lose, persistence, and a determination to succeed are great advantages. It is highly unlikely that you will become a trading genius overnight, so it is only sensible to await the ripening of your skills, and the development of your talents before giving up. As long as the learning process is painless, as long as the amounts that you risk do not derail your plans about the future and your life in general, the pains of the learning process will be harmless.
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Author: Gabriel Ofori Yeboah (Author) Investment Guide (Forex Trading).
Fund Manager, Investor, Broker, Underwriter, FX Trader, Consultant–(Investment, Financial Analyst, Banking) and business Analyst.
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