Winning is not only about developing the proper trading mindset; it's also about putting yourself in a position where your confidence skyrockets.

Have you ever had a bad morning? Have you ever burned your toast or spilled coffee on yourself, making it even more difficult to concentrate on Forex trading? It’s tough feeling like that for days. However, what if this was only an emotional reaction and not a sign of something more serious going on with your health or finances?

Moods can shift dramatically without our knowledge at times as we go about our everyday lives. Because when things don’t work out how they should, there are consequences. These factors may ultimately have a psychological effect on someone, resulting in negative consequences such as becoming grumpier than usual.

Avoid affirmations such as “everything is perfect” or “I am a great trader” in favor of “I am confident in my Forex trading strategy.” Do this with a resounding boast, and you’ll be amazed at how this can alter your trades for good!

Focus on good

There are no perfect days. Even the ones that start well can be marred by a challenge or mistake later on in your journey. It’s important how you react when things go wrong. If not, then future successes won’t come as easy to someone like yourself who has had one setback after another ruin their day or weekend.

The question becomes whether we’ll choose to continue forward even though something bad happened. Or perhaps with an angry look at our trading charts where potential trades went missed due to tiredness.

In the parable of The Chinese Farmer was shown that things can seem great in the beginning but can anyway bite you. Besides, terrible mistakes are just a matter of time. Try not to focus on one side only. Keep an open mind about most everything since “maybe good… maybe bad” is more likely than either being perfect. Or broken beyond repair no matter which way we look at them!

Losing Forex trades are lessons

No Forex trader is perfect, and no strategy can guarantee success. You will come upon a deal that backfired at some point. If risk management is implemented effectively, these losses will be minimized. It will even assist you in shaping your future decisions.

Instead of dwelling on what occurred (which may exacerbate the situation), consider how much better off you are today as a result of this experience.

What did I learn? What patterns should I never repeat that were a result of my overconfidence or whatever else contributed to my downfall here today? How much wisdom do these mistakes provide that may come into play later on?

Find profitable Forex trading circles

Trading in the Forex market may be a lonely and daunting endeavor. Whether you want to go pro or merely earn some money off your college investments through financial aid, a variety of factors will influence your level of success in this career choice. As senior traders, we discovered how critical it was to have supportive peers around us to assist our outlooks evolve into something more optimistic.

When you are not enrolled in a training program, consider joining an online community. Or, even better, inquire within your inner circle to see whether anyone you know is interested in the Forex market. It is essential to surround yourself with positive supportive people, yet this may be difficult. When you meet someone, channel their positive energy into yourself and allow their vibe to influence you!


FTUK Funded Account Disclaimer

CFTC Rule 4.41 – Hypothetical or Simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, because the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs, in general, are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown.

All our funded accounts come with a fixed equity stop out level. Once the account equity level gets below this fixed stop out bar, we will close all running trades and disable trading and access. The stop out level is a fixed value for each funding level, this means that any profit which has been made by the trader increases the loss allowance.

Order in

10% Off