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    Walter Berger
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    Trading in the currency industry is not like having a cup of tea. It requires extreme patience and also dedication at the same time to excel in the performance. There are millions of investors who are entering the sector every day but most of them fail to make a profit. The answer is simple, they make mistakes that become costly and thus the career ends before it even begins.

    In this article, you will be bestowed with the idea of a few common flaws that are repeatedly made in the trading. Although it is the responsibility of the brokers to educate the clients in the right direction, there is a lack of information that needs to be overcome with the help of external resources. As there are plenty of errors to be noticed, we will only explore the phenomena of the four most common problems. Since the focus has been narrowed down, it will help to better make the investors understand these occurring errors.

    Lack of education
    There is no denying the fact that education serves an important purpose in our life. Whether it is getting a job or performing expectedly, the right knowledge will always give a head start in the competition. Most investors think the market is easy to gamble, the indicators are all expressing the direction and the free signals are a bonus. This makes them overconfident and without having the simplest idea, capital is poured in the market. This marks the ending of their career as only wisdom can help to identify the potential trends from the perilous ones. If you are thinking of investing money, get the basic idea of trading. Understand how the correlation works, how the pattern changes, how setting position size differently can affect the risks to reward ratio when to use leverage and all the other details. As long the basic is not cleared, mistakes will keep happening.

    Without having the proper knowledge of three major forms of market analysis, you can’t become a profitable trader. Try to think like professional traders in Singapore. They are trading CFDs with Saxo based on simple logic. They never risk a huge amount of money since they know the complex nature of this market. Try to trade the market with managed risk so that you can deal with the risk factors with an extreme level of ease. Stop thinking about complicated trading system as it never works.

    Setting eyes on the wrong goal
    If the goal is not properly set, there is hardly any chance a person will become successful. Never set the goal too high or the capital will be gone. It is wise to assess the scenario and set the target amount of profit. It is not necessary every trade has to close with a fixed amount of reward. Depending on the volatility and price movements, change the goal accordingly. People only make one goal in the lifetime and keep following that strategy all through their lives. Pay attention to other details that are happening nearby.

    Overtrading-the ticking time bomb
    Never get pulled into the colorful world of price and currencies. People who get obsessed overtrade and lose all the fund. It is a deadly time bomb that is ticking only to bust away. Only think of this sector while being engaged, the rest of the time should be free from trading-related concerns. To avoid this bad habit, practice in demo account and keep the greed in check. Sooner or later it will start to reap benefits in live trading.

    Poor financial management
    A trader does not need to be a graduate from Oxford to properly manage the fund. He needs to know the risks to reward ratio and develop a well-planned strategy that will reward the investment. Before jumping into spending money, learn how to manage the financial asset. It will help to meticulously manage the profits and losses in forex.

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